Ancient Egyptian. A linguistic introduction
Author: Loprieno, Antonio
Publisher: Cambridge University Press, 1995
The first account to include the insight of modern linguistics, this book covers the hieroglyphic system and its cursive varieties, as well as phonology, morphology and syntax.
Author: Gardiner, Alan H.
Publisher: Griffith Institute, Oxford, 1979
Class-book of Middle-Egyptian. Each chapter is a lesson dealing with one or more topics of the Egyptian language, ending with a vocabulary and an exercise. A concise dictionary, combined with a sign-list will help any student on the way.
Egyptian Hieroglyphic Grammar: With Vocabularies, Excercises, Chrestomathy
Author: Mercer, S.A.
Publisher: Ares Publications, 1980
Lots of exercises, an interesting sign-list and a good grammar, this book should not be missing on any student of Egyptology's desk.
Middle Egyptian: An Introduction to the Language and Culture of Hieroglyphs
Author: Allen, James P.
Publisher: Cambridge University Press, 2000
Written well and easy to follow, this book is an introduction to hieroglyphics for the serious student as well as the amateur.