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Egyptian Arabic language is not officially recognized by Egyptian government.
More than 76 million people in Egypt speak Masri. Also a lot of people in the Middle East can understand Masri.
- Nishio, Tetsuo. "Word order and word order change of wh-questions in Egyptian Arabic: The Coptic substratum reconsidered". Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference of L'Association Internationale pour la Dialectologie Arabe. Cambridge: University of Cambridge. 1996, pp. 171-179
- Bishai, Wilson B. "Coptic grammatical influence on Egyptian Arabic". Journal of the American Oriental Society. No.82, pp. 285-289.
- Youssef (2003), below.