My theory about Ancient Egyptian LanguageDuring the Middle Kingdom and the beginning of the New Kingdom, there were about 750 to 800 signs in use. Some signs had a phonetic value, others had one or more ideographic meanings and an occasional sign would have a phonetic and an ideographic meaning, depending on its context. By the beginning of the Greek-Roman era, the number of signs was drastically increased to several thousands, and the meaning of individual signs was increased as well.
http://www.ancient-egypt.org/_v3d/index.html THIS IS MY OPINION ABOUT THE CORRECT SIGNS
SHARED WITH ALSAADAW'S TABLE The Egyptian Hieroglyphics are not the Ancient Egyptian language
It is exactly the Old Hebrew language during the exodus time and before
entering Palestine (before the influences of Canaanites and ARAMAIC LANGUAGE )
This is my platform of my research about the exact pronunciation of the
the Ancient Egyptian language.