What are the characteristics of the different Arabic dialects?

Do you know some of the characteristics of the different Arabic dialects?

Arabic Dialects are different in their pronunciation, vocabulary, and grammar!
Pronunciation: The Letter (Qaaf) is sometimes pronounced as “Quaf”, as “ah” or as “geh”, depending of the region where the people come from. Let’s use as an example the word Coffee, that is pronounced “Kahwa” in Modern Standard Arabic. People in Cairo pronounce it as “Ahwa” and rural people in upper Egypt pronounce it as “Gahwa”.
In order to show you that Arabic dialects differ among themselves, and also differ from Modern Standard Arabic, we made this example. Of course there are many different Arabic dialects, but to make it easy to understand, we only chose three Arabic dialects. It’s just for you to get an idea.

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