But according to the egyptian dialect (and not the formal arabic) يزاكر=to study, like revising for a little while يدرس= to study in a specific faculty.. So you can say بدرس طب.. Again according to the egyptian dialect you can't say بدرسwhen you're refering to a specific duration /revising or even doing a homework. I hope you got what I mean
@Ignaciosabat يذاكر = يزاكر = يدرس but يزاكر =This word is in Egyptian dialect (يزاكر) هذه الكلمة باللهجه المصرية أما كلمة (يذاكر) = This word is in classical Arabic اما كلمة (يذاكر)فهي باللغة العربية الفصحى Both words have the same meaning for example : يذاكر الطالب واجباته المدرسيه
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