Mar 31, 2011

Egypt Freedom Song

This song is really nice, trust me! Lets us show our support towards the Egyptians. The lyrics of this freedom song convey a simple yet powerful message: "in every street of our country, the VOICE OF FREEDOM is calling" .

If you wish to learn certain Egyptian Arabic phrases, you can learn some of them from this video. The lyric is included in the video and it will make easier for you all to understand its meaning. So, enjoy~

Mar 23, 2011

Semoga Berjaya Kalian


Tidak sampai 12 jam lagi, para pelajar yang menduduki ujian Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia 2010 akan mengetahui keputusan ujian masing-masing. Saya cuma ingin mengucapkan semoga berjaya kepada kalian semua. Bagi saya SPM merupakan peperiksaan awam yang paling mencabar dan memerlukan ketahanan fizikal dan mental untuk menghadapinya. Keputusan yang cemerlang dalam peperiksaan ini membolehkan anda memohon pelbagai biasiswa yang ditawarkan oleh pelbagai pihak seperti JPA dan juga MARA.

Bagi sesiapa yang berminat untuk menjadi guru, anda bolehlah merujuk laman web ini. Pada tahun ini, untuk Program Pengajian Perguruan dibahagikan kepada empat kategori iaitu:

  • Program Ijazah Sarjana Muda Perguruan
  • Program Pelajar Cemerlang ke Universiti Terkemuka Luar Negara
  • Program Kembar Bahasa Perancis
  • Program Kembar Bahasa Jerman

Akhir kalam, bagi yang bakal mengambil keputusan SPM 2010, semoga anda semua diberikan kekuatan untuk menghadapi saat-saat itu kerana sememangnya saat anda menerima keputusan itu merupakan antara saat yang mendebarkan.


Mar 20, 2011

After Holidays

This should be posted on Friday 12 March 2011.


Alhamdulillah, so here I am, at Egypt, again after about one month holiday at my beloved Malaysia. Truly, the unplanned holiday was the best for some of us especially to those who are in first year or to those who never return to Malaysia since they went to Egypt. Yesterday, which is on Thursday, we went to Etisalat Maadi to do some business. On the way there, we met a group of Arab people. One of them asked us,

“ mish khaifiin?” (All of you dont afraid?)

We didnt answer to that question and went away just like that. I guess that they thought us afraid and ran away to Malaysia during the crisis in Egypt. Then, after finishing our business at Etisalat Maadi, we went to buy the vegetables at Mounira. The seller says,

“ duktuur, kullukum geet hena?” (All of you had came to Egypt?”)

While asking that, I can see the joy and happiness from his face because the can gain the profit again. I can said that Malaysian had contribute something to increase Egypt’s economy. For example, all of us have to make visa to stay here and the visa is only valid for one year. To make the visa, we have to pay LE 83.10. There are more than 10 000 Malaysian at Egypt, so if all of us make visa, they will get about LE 831 000 per year. Besides visa, there are other things such as universities’ fees, daily things, vacations, public transports and others.

So after the Egyptian Revolution 2011, what are the changes in Egypt? Well, before the revolution, the seniors always reminded us no to talk about the politics in Egypt and we cannot talk about the ex-president in the public. His name was just like he-who-must-not-be-named I guess. I mean we cannot even mention his name in public such as in taxi!

But now, not anymore, even the lecturer told us about the Egyptian revolution and he also mentions that the ex-president should give the power to the young people like us. For the environment, I see some changes such as certain places look more clean than before. We all know that the changes of a country cannot be done in a day and it will take some time to see a lot of good changes. =)

p/s: Today, while I was walking to go to Abu Rish bus station, an Arab girl aged around 7 years old shook my hand and said “ welcome”. LOL. I guess the kids still does not change.

Mar 12, 2011

An Evening Story


At one evening, at a grocery, while I was drinking Mirinda, a girl aged around 5 years old talked to me.

The girl: enta walad? (Are you a boy?)

Me: Ehh? (What?)

The girl: enta walad? (Are you a boy?)

Me: Laa’ ana rogeel. (No, I’m a man -with proud. LOL) Enta bent? ( Are you a girl?)

The girl: Laa’ enta waladd! (No, you are a boy!)

The conversation ended just like that because her sister took her home. I just wanna say here that one of the way to improve the skills of speaking Egyptian Arabic is by talking to the kids because they talk not so fast and we can understand what they say.

p/s: I guess she don’t want to admit that she is the girl because I use enta instead of enti. Smile Enta is use for boy while enti is used for girl.

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