How to say: Yesterday, the day before yesterday, today, tomorrow, the day after tomorrow in Egyptian Arabic ?
Apr 30, 2011 6:40 AM
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the first word from left is standard arabic, the second one is egyptian slang yesterday : أمس( ams) in egypt we say , most used word امبارح( imbareh) the day before yesterday : أول أمس( awal ams) the most used are : أول امبارح( awal imbareh) today : اليوم( alyawm) we say انهاردة( inharda) tomorrow : غدا( ghadan) most used بكره(bokrah) the day after tomorrow : بعد غد(baed ghad) most used بعد بكره(baed bokrah)
April 30, 2011
In Egyptian dialect: Yesterday: Embareh: امبارح Day before yesterday: Awel Embareh: أول امبارح Today: Enaharda: النهارده Tomorrow: Bokkra: بكره The day after tomorrow: Ba'ed Bokkra: بعد بكره I hope this will help!
May 3, 2011
Yesterday امـــــس (ams) day before yesterday قــبل امــــس (kabl ams) today اليـــــوم (al yum) tomorrow غــدا (ghadan) but the more Popular word بـكرا (bokra) the day after tomorrow بـعد غــد (baed ghda) or بـعد بكرا (baed bokra) Hope This Helps You ☺
May 3, 2011
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