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Bilmasri is a podcast and blog (www.bilmasri.com) dedicated to the Egyptian dialect. It is for learners of Arabic (ideally anywhere between lower intermediate to advanced level) who have so far been focusing on Modern Standard Arabic (MSA), who may or may not have some knowledge of another Arabic dialect, and who would like to understand how the Egyptian dialect works. The starting point of most blog posts and podcast episodes is a text in Modern Standard Arabic – a news story, an excerpt fr ...
 
Comedian/Actor Gary Mahmoud talks with his 80 year old dad about his life as an Egyptian immigrant, world history, and foreign affairs with a dash of humor thrown in. Dad brings to the table a variety of insights from his extensive travels and studies. Gary brings a microphone. Read more at http://garyanddad.com/#TwD55Soo42HqzKDT.99
 
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As I said in the only just published Episode 25 (on the life of Egyptian composer and singer Sayyed Darwish), I have now launched Bilmasri on YouTube, and I think this episode in particular is worth watching on there. That’s not to say you should abandon the podcast!! But because this episode is about extracts of Sayyed Darwish songs, having the so…
 
Sayyed Darwish 1892-1923 – his Biography With this episode, I’m very excited to be launching Bilmasri on YouTube! As I explain in the podcast, how and where you use Bilmasri is up to you (of course :)). Some may find it works best for them to listen to the podcast on the go, or to listen to it while reading the text in the blogpost, but others may …
 
In this third episode dedicated to regional Egyptian accents, I chat with Moustafa Maghraby from the southern Egyptian city of Qena. Qena lies just to the north of Luxor, and as Moustafa explains, both accents are very similar (although the north of Qena bears more resemblance to the city of Sohag). Thank you Moustafa for the informative chat! As w…
 
Today’s episode is another collaboration, and this time I was delighted to team up with Hector Fahmy, a fellow “Masri” enthusiast who runs the العالم بالمصري Facebook page, which aims to bring the world to the Egyptian reader (so you could say, the reverse of the direction Bilmasri operates in!) by translating a variety of content -texts, music etc…
 
In this second episode dedicated to regional Egyptian accents, I chat with Taha Seweidy from the northeastern Egyptian city/ governorate of Domyat (Damietta), who is currently working as a doctor in Brighton. Taha, who also has his own book review podcast كتاب في الخمسينة talks us through the various features of the Domyati accent, while giving us …
 
Today’s reading is from the first few pages of المولودة Al-Mawluda (the newborn) by Nadia Kamel, which was published in 2018 and written entirely in Egyptian ‘aammiya. In this biography-memoir-novel, Nadia Kamel tells the story of her mother in her own words: Naela was born Mary Elia Rozenthal to a Jewish Turkish-Ukranian father and a Christian Ita…
 
In this first of hopefully a series of episodes, I wanted to introduce you (and myself!!) to a number of regional Egyptian dialects. Because – let’s face it – Bilmasri isn’t really bilmasri if it stays as Cairo-centric as I am! And so I’m teaming up with Egyptians from across the country to talk about their dialects/ accents, and how their sounds, …
 
Earlier today, we lost one of Egypt’s foremost feminist writers and political activists, Dr Nawal El Saadawi (born 1931). A uniquely courageous woman who inspired so many, women as well as men, to stand up against their oppressors. Her outspokenness landed her in prison under Sadat’s regime, and this is where in 1981 she wrote “مذكراتي في سجن النسا…
 
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