How Do I Say Hello in Egypt?

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The most common way of saying 'hello' in Egypt is using the Arabic greeting 'salaam aleikum'. However, there are other variations such as saying 'Iz-za-ac' (mas.) or 'Iz-za-ic' (fem.), which are the masculine and female versions of 'how are you'.
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There are many different way in which to say hello in ancient Egyptian depending on who you are talking to and in what feeling you wish to convey. One such example is Iiti em hotep.
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it comes from arabic- Ezayko is how you say hello in egyptian.
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Hello = "Ahlan" /hln/ . However, most Arabic-speaking Muslims greet...
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1. Say "chao" to friends and family as a way to say "hi. Pronounce "chao" like the word "chow. 2. Greet a man with "chao anh" and a woman with
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