I’ve decided to share my grandma’s recipe for Bamya. Watch how we make Bamya the Egyptian way. In addition to the recipe, you’ll learn a few Arabic words such as how to say meat, garlic, salt, pepper, tomatoes, and more. Remember to turn on English Canada subtitles. Here’s a link showing how to do that […]
Funny Romantic Poem In this video, you will watch my brother Ramez, his son, CJ, myself and Lucas as we recite a funny romantic poem. This poem was taken from a character called El Limby. This fellow is uneducated and the movie is a comedy. His girlfriend complained that he doesn’t say romantic things to
Body Parts In this video, you will learn how to say a few body parts in Egyptian Arabic. Watch Lucas, Dandan, Mr. Potato head, and myself as we demonstrate. Please remember to turn on subtitles. Here is what you will learn: ear = wedn ears = wedan eye = 3ein eyes = 3eyoon hand =
Mommy is coming – Egyptian Arabic song for babies Watch this famous Egyptian Arabic song for babies. Please make sure to turn on subtitles. Below is the song translated: Mama zamanha gaya = mom is on her way (coming) gaya ba3d shwaya = coming in a little bit gayba le3ab we 7agat = bringing toys
Count numbers in Egyptian Arabic Learn how to count to 10 in Egyptian Arabic. We made this video toddler-friendly. We basically waited till the kids went to bed and had fun with their toys 🙂 Please remember to turn on subtitles. If you like this video, give us a thumbs up and subscribe to our
Directions in Egyptian Arabic In this video, you will learn directions in Egyptian Arabic. You will learn how to say forward, backward, right, and left. You will also learn how to say car and bus. Finally, you will learn the colors yellow, black, and red in Arabic. Watch Lucas and I as we play with
Learn Common Egyptian Arabic Phrases Geraldine is back! Watch this dialogue between us as we use some of the most common Egyptian Arabic Phrases. Here’s what you’ll learn: Good night maybe Thank you You’re welcome Excuse me … can you help me? I’m sorry I’m from … I’m … years old. I don’t speak Arabic very
Learn how to say UP and DOWN in Arabic Watch Lucas as he plays with his car and pushes it up and down. He takes it up the hill and pushes it down again. He also learns to warm his hands in his pockets. Learn lots of new Arabic vocabulary. Remember to turn on subtitles.