Language is the oldest living witness to history. Language can be considered the “DNA of culture.” It contains the state of mind (psychology) and world view of the people. Without learning the language of the culture or group being studied, there can be no meeting of the mind. We’ve often heard the phrase “Let the Ancestors Speak” and in order to hear and understand, we must know their language. This is the inspiration behind the making of this book which is to provide the basic tools and means to enter the world of Ancient Egypt and have a meeting of the minds with the illustrious civilization, society, culture, and people responsible for contributing so much to the world that we are indebted to whether realized or not. Existing grammars can be a bit intimidating for beginners. “A Beginner’s Introduction To Medew Netcher” is a simplified solution made to be less intimidating and to lay a solid foundation that beginners can build upon for later studies. This book can serve as a complementary tool for interactive group study or as a standalone. It also serves as a perfect review for experienced students. Second Edition (January 2016) includes typographical corrections, and corrections in layout and footer citations to references in back matter.