Today was a beautiful springtime weather. In such circumstances, Algerian university students get easily affected staying at home instead of coming studying. Even those who come, spend their time chatting, so it is hard to work with them. In this chatty atmosphere, I had only one guy to talk, not as if he wouldn't deserve … Continue reading QQ: Word Game Against a Translator
"If you love me, you must love my language." There are a great amount of examples for foreigners knowing each other and making a couple despite of the language diversity among them. One of the example is the most famous YouTuber's (Pewdiepie's) love story in which he as a Sweden met … Continue reading Learn language by ❤ : my Arabic
Travelling around the world as a Hungarian is surely surprising and sometimes indeed offending when you meet with new people knowing nothing about your nation. While -at least- it would consist the minimal intelligence to know that "Hungary is a European country", "Hungary is the heart of Europe, next to Eastern Europe", "Hungarians are … Continue reading “Hungarian is like Russian, isn’t it?”
Pity: Private Teacher Exploitation In Algeria, it's my third year as a private teacher of English. Private teachers are needed everywhere, but Algeria is in a special case since the Government's Education is very low. In the most national schools, teachers don't have the required competence neither as pedagogist, English speaker, nor worker. Teachers may … Continue reading Pity: Private Teacher Exploitation
Why Berbers resist Islam in Algeria? Before I would start to examine this spicy question of "why Berbers resist Islam in Algeria", let me clear the situation which is almost idyll nowadays. In fact, the major population of Algeria find no difference between being Arab or Berber or Muslim; these three traits equally mean the … Continue reading Why Berbers resist Islam in Algeria?
Algerian Holidays: Bejaia, the Kabylian Capital Today I've visited Bejaia, the Great Kabylian (Bgeya, Tamurt n leqbayel). Bejaia city can be called the capital of the Berber culture in Algeria since it has the most Berber speakers and territory why it is called the La Grande Kabylie. I am not here to tell how the … Continue reading Algerian Holidays: Bejaia, the Kabylian Capital
One month of adventures has begun. So, I've come to Hungary again to visit my mom and my country... but this time I took myself my little brother who enjoys hid first trip abroad, in Europe- in the country of Budapest. We woke up early and we found our package ready to go since we … Continue reading Hungarian Holidays: First Day