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Monday at 06:30 PM
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Hi Kelly, Egyptian Arabic is very different from Moroccan, you will find many differences here and there, its very rare to agree on a word or verb, not that it doesnt exist, I mean its the same language, but keep in your mind the effects each languages has, I would say its the same numbers, but pronounced in a different way, with differences as well. The good news is, you wont find as many differences between Egyptian Arabic, Standard Arabic, and most of the Arabic dialects, pronunciation for sure, but many similarities with nouns, verbs, adjectives etc.. as well ! Thanks ! Hala

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Hi Raul,


Yeah, Standard Arabic is understood anywhere in the Arab world for sure :D


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Hi Team ArabicPod101:


Thanks for the lesson Itยดs very useful as usual. But I have a question. Iยดm taking the Begginer lessons and there we focus is Standard Arabic... So far I understood the numbers on this lesson are been said in the Moroccan way and I realized they are different from the standard arabic pronouncing? The question is: If I say the numbers in the standard way, Will I be understood anywhere in the arabic world, even in Morocco?


Thanks for the permanent support,


Raul