How to get an English royal to speak Bulgarian?
Posted On July 6, 2021
English royal family members are increasingly opting to speak with Bulgarian counterparts to gain a better understanding of the country’s cultural nuances.
This has resulted in the emergence of a new breed of English-speaking royal family who are willing to engage with a language they know, and speak in a way that is culturally relevant to them.
The latest example of this trend is Bulgarian comedian and actor Basura Algiz, who is also a member of the English royal household.
Algis recently made headlines after his English-language documentary, “Bulgarian Roots,” was made available on YouTube.
In it, Algies documentary explores the origins of Bulgaria and its diverse cultures, as well as his experiences living in the country during his time in the English Royal family.
Bulgarians are a diverse country and many people still don’t know how to speak the language, which is a crucial factor in many aspects of life in the former Soviet Union.
However, the number of English speakers has increased significantly over the last decade, which means that Bulgarian speakers are now more likely to be spoken by the English royals.
“Bulgaryans are very proud of their language, and they have always spoken Bulgarian to us in the royal household,” Algiza, who has been speaking in English for more than 30 years, told Mashable.
“I’ve been speaking to a lot of them and they are always very excited to meet me.”
Algiz says that English is not only spoken by people in the British royal household, but it is also the lingua franca for many other English-speakers.
“Bulgaria is also home to some of the world’s largest museums, as they also have an English-Speaking Museum and the Bulgarian Museum of the History of Art,” Alkis, who also lives in England, said.
Alsos family moved to England from Bulgaria in 1999.
“After moving here I did a lot studying, studying with the English school and university, and I came to a point where I was starting to realize that I was able to speak English in Bulgaria, and it really was the only language I knew,” Alsoms son, Daxi, said in a press release.
Algies family has traveled to Bulgaria multiple times, both as guests of the Bulgarian National Museum and as members of the royal family.
Alkisi, who currently lives in the United Kingdom, also traveled to the country to visit the local community and participate in the local culture.
“In Bulgaria we can’t have that,” Algaris said, referring to the language barrier.
Algaris son also said that his parents are more than happy to meet with people who are learning the language.
“Our family has a great history in Bulgaria.
It’s a very proud country.
I love Bulgaria,” he said.”
The Bulgarian culture is very different from the English culture, so we try to speak a bit more English,” Algoris said.
“We try to have more conversations with our friends, even in a language that is not English.”
Bulgarians are still learning English and the language is still a very important part of their daily lives, Algarisi said.
In addition to his documentary, Algori also released a series of short films that explore the history of Bulgarian cinema and art, as it is still very much a foreign language to many.
Algorisi said that he hopes to make “Bulgiaboots” a regular feature on the YouTube channel.