Ancient Egyptian language

Ancient Egyptian language is one the oldest languages in the world after Sumerian in the northern Afro-Asiatic continent. This language is related to Semitic and Berber languages like Arabic.  Late Egyptian developed prefixes definite and indefinite articles, which replaced the older inflectional suffixes. The sentences were changed from older form verb-subject-object to subject-verb-object.  Ancient Egyptian sounds were become sounds from Coptic Alphabet, which is still used in the liturgies of the Egyptian Orthodox Church in the modern days.   Продолжить чтение «Ancient Egyptian language»

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