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    Talking Learning Lebanese dialect

    I noticed a lot of dialect threads but none about the Lebanese Dialect

    So let's start. This is the dialect I am the most interested in since I may have Lebanese blood in me :P

    Feel free to correct me if I miss anything or make any mistakes. I will have questions too

    Basics

    Who-Meen
    What-Sho
    When-??
    Where-Wayn
    Why-Leysh
    How-Keef

    How are you?-Keefak/Keefik (f)
    Fine/good-Mni7/Mni7a (f) or mashy el hal
    What's up/new-Sho akhbarak (ik)? or Sho fi ma fi?
    Answer-Ma fi shi
    Thanks-Merci/yeslamo/shukran
    Please-Lebanese just say "please" right?
    No-La
    Yes-Na3m/eh
    Hello-Hello/ahlan/mar7aba
    Bye-Ma3salama/bye

    I want-Baddi
    You want-Baddak (ik)
    He wants-baddo
    She wants-bada
    They want-baddo
    We want-baddna
    You (pl) want-baddon

    Here-hon
    Today-el youm
    Tomorrow-bukra
    Yesterday-mbare7/ams
    Not-mish
    I am not-ana mish........

    #s
    1-wahed
    2-tnan
    3-tlete
    4-arb3a
    5-khamse
    6-sit3a
    7-sab3a
    8-tmane
    9-tisa3
    10-3shra

    Major Changes in Lebanese Dialect
    >Taa Marbuta in words changes pronounciation
    ex) sana -> sini
    >The letter "ذ" as in كذبة changes to a "z" sound so the word would be kizbe
    >The letter "ق" is pronounced a 2 (glottal stop) so qalb-> 2alb
    >The letter "ظ" as in نظرة is pronounced like a "z" so it would be nazre

    That's what I can think of from the top of my head right now

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    nice topic!! I love lebanese dialect!

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    Hey guys Lebanese dialect is also part of the levantine culture, from bilad alshaam, so you can check out the syrian thread

    This is like the learning maghreb dialect, which doesnt only consist of moroccan, but also the algerian and tunisian It just makes it easier to classify them as such, levantine as shaami (syrian), north african as maghreb and the gulf as khaliji, seeing that they are all similar

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    A few corrections: (while a mod moves these posts to the syrian dialect one)

    Quote Originally Posted by jnvlv247 View Post
    Who-Meen
    What-Sho
    When-??
    Where-Wayn
    Why-Leysh
    How-Keef
    When - Emta / Amteen

    Quote Originally Posted by jnvlv247 View Post
    Thanks-Merci/yeslamo/shukran
    Please-Lebanese just say "please" right?
    Or law sama7t (if you please) or iza bitreed

    Quote Originally Posted by jnvlv247 View Post
    >Taa Marbuta in words changes pronounciation
    ex) sana -> sini
    I didnt understand this how does it change?

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    I wrote this up for a friend a few weeks ago, but I think it might also be useful for others:


    Hey - Ahlen

    Good Morning - Saba7 il5eir
    (lit may your morning be good)

    Reply to Good Morning: Saba7 il noor
    (and if you want to be fancy you add random words, wil ful (and jasmine) wil ward (and flowers) wil 3anbar (and amber) etc

    Good Evening - Masa il5eir

    Same replies given: Masa il noor, masa il ward etc

    How are you - Keefak / Keefek (m/f)

    I'm good - Mnee7a

    Are you okay? - Inta mni7? / Inti mni7a? (m/f)

    Whats up? - sho fi ma fi? sho ilakhbar?
    (lit whats the news?)

    And you? - w inta? / w inti? (m/f)

    How is life treating you? - Keef il7ayat ma3ak/ma3ek (m/f)

    What are you doing? - Sho 3am ta3mol / Sho 3am ta3moli (m/f)

    I havent seen you in a long time - Ilo zaman il amar ma baan
    (lit the moon hasnt be sighted for a long time)

    Where's this absence - Wain hal ghaybe?

    Whats wrong? - Sho bak? / Sho baki? (m/f)
    - Sho malak? / Sho malek? (m/f)

    Is everything alright? - Inshallah kol shi mni7/tamam?

    Where have you gone? - Wain ro7it / Wain ro7ti? (m/f)

    I'm good thanks to God- mni7a alhamdulah

    Not too bad, still alive - mashi il7al, 3aysheen

    How is the family? - Keef il ahl?

    And the kids? - wil awlad?

    How is the work going? - Keef ilshoghol mashi?

    When will I see you? - Amteen ra7 shoufak / shoufek? (m/f)

    Can I see you? - Fiyi shoufak/shoufek? (m/f)

    Please - law sama7t / law sama7ti (m/f)
    - iza bitreed / iza bitreedi (m/f)

    Thank you / You're welcome - shokran, yislamo / 3afwan

    I'm sorry - Asfe
    Excuse me I'm sorry type would be 3afwan , 3an iznak / iznek (m/f)

    Go to sleep – Ro7 naam / Ro7i nami (m/f)

    Forgive me – Sami7ni / Sam7ini (m/f)

    I beg your pardon – 3afwan

    Can we talk? – Fina ni7ki?

    Immediately – Doghri / Fawran

    Now – Hala2

    Not now – Mish hala2

    Later – Ba3deen

    Today – Ilyoum

    Tomorrow – Bokra

    After tomorrow – Ba3d bokra

    Morning – Sobi7 / 3a bokra

    Evening – Masa / 3ashiye

    Night – Layl

    Midnight – Nos il layl

    Date - Tarikh

    Present – 7ader

    Past – Madi

    Future – Mosta2bal

    Watch / Clock – Sa3a

    Monday – tneen (2)

    Tuesday – talata (3)

    Wednesday – arbi3a (4)

    Thursday – khamis

    Friday – jom3a

    Saturday – sabit

    Sunday – a7d (1)

    Week – osbo3

    Month – shahar

    Year – Sene

    Last week – Ilisbo3 ilmadi

    Next week – Ilisbo3 iljay

    A week before – Ilisbo3 il ablo

    A week after – Ilisbo3 il ba3do

    Spring – Rabi3

    Summer – Sayf

    Autumn – 5areef

    Winter – Shita

    Season – Mawsim

    There is wind – Fi hawa

    Weather – Iljaw / ilta2is

    It’s nice outside – Iljaw 7ilo bara

    It’s raining – 3am itshati

    It’s snowing – 3am titloj

    It’s so hot outside – Ikteer shoub bara

    It’s cold – Bared

    It’s good – Mni7

    It’s bad – Sayi2

    Number – Ra2m

    East – Shari2

    West – Ghareb

    North – Shamal

    South – Janoob

    Right – Yameen

    Left – Shmal

    Far – B3eed

    Close – Areeb

    Inside – Jowa

    Outside – Bara

    In front of… – 2odam

    Behind… – Wara

    Here – Hon

    There – Honeek

    Are you there? – Inta honak / Inti honeek (m/f)

    Everywhere – Kol makan

    Up – Fo2

    Down – Ta7it

    How did you meet? – Keef it2abilto?

    What did you talk about? – 3an sho 7kiyto?

    About what? – 3an sho?

    What do you think about him/her? – Sho ra2yak/ra2yek fe/feha? (m/f)

    Very cute – Kteer mahdoom/mahdoome

    Do you have a crush on him/her? – Mo3jabe fe/feha?

    We had a fight – T5ana2na

    We reconciled (again) – (3odna/irji3na) itsala7na

    I love you – B7ibak/b7ibek

    I’ve missed you – Ishti2tilak / ishti2tilek (m/f)

    I went yesterday to the University – Ro7it imbare7 3al jam3a

    What did you learn at class? – Sho t3alamti bil saf?

    How did class go? – Keef kan ildaris?

    I learned about how to use Photoshop – It3alamet keef asta5dim il
    photoshop

    I have to write my project – Lazim aktob ilba7th taba3i

    (note, ba7ith is normally pronounced as ba7is, soft s sound)

    I have to start writing my project – Lazim balash ilba7ith

    I have to finish my project – Lazem khales ilba7ith

    What’s your project about? – 3an sho ba7thak/ba7thek?

    Do you like this subject? – Bit7ib/bit7ibi hay il mada (m/f)

    When do you finish University? – Amteen bit5alsi jam3a?

    How many years left? Kam sana dayil?

    I finish it in the month of June – B5alis bshaher site (month 6)

    Cant wait – ma adre astana / mafiye astana

    I’m so happy today – Ikteer mabsota ilyoum

    I’m sad today – Za3lane ilyoum

    I’m in a bad mood – Mazaji mo rayi2 / Tali3 5il2i

    I cant stand anyone – Mish tay2/tay2a 7ada (m/f)

    Lately – Min ijdeed

    Here you go – Tfadali

    Come on – yallah

    Take care – Intibih 3a 7alak / Intibhi 3a 7alek (m/f)

    Goodbye – ma3 ilsalame, bye, b5atrek

    Give my regards to everyone – Salmili 3al kol

    Give her/him my best regards – Salmili 3ale / 3aleha



    Sweetheart – 7abib albi / 7abibet albi (m/f)

    My life – hayati

    My beautiful – jamilati (f)

    My pretty - 7ilwati (f)

    My soul – ro7i

    My years – 3omri

    My eyes – 3ayni

    My heart – albi

    My love – 7abibi/7abibti

    Bless you – t2oborni/t2obrini (lit may you kill me) (m/f)

    Oh please (sarcasm) – da5elak / da5elek (m/f)

    Da5el il7ilo is also used as bless the pretty one, how cute


    I swear to God! – Wallah!

    Impossible, I can’t believe it! – Mo ma32ool, mani msadi2 / msad2a

    Right? – Sa7?

    What do you say/think? – Sho ra2yak?

    Do you think it’s pretty – Awlak 7ilo / 7ilwe?

    What are you doing? – Sho bitsawi?

    I’m listening to songs/music – 3am batsama3 3a aghani

    I’m bored – zah2ane

    I’m with my friends – ma3 rif2ati

    Nothing – Wala shi

    I’m studying – 3am badros

    Do you want anything? – Badak shi / Bidek shi? (m/f)



    *phew* all done, yallah that should keep you guys busy for a month
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    OK I thought winter was shity??

    Can someone tell me the use of 3am? Is it just the present progressive?

    So Fiye is I can? Can you also say a2dar??

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    Quote Originally Posted by jnvlv247 View Post
    OK I thought winter was shity??

    Can someone tell me the use of 3am? Is it just the present progressive?

    So Fiye is I can? Can you also say a2dar??
    Well its shita, though sometimes pronounced shiti, i.e bilshitiy

    3am = I am (doing) ---

    Examples: 3am ajli (I am washing the dishes), 3am bal3ab (I am playing), 3am baktob (I am writing) etc

    Exactly! Fiye is I can, and you can use a2dar, but we normally add a ba sound before it, ba2dar.

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    Sorry I am intruding but wow so different from the egyptian dialect

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    Quote Originally Posted by red_rose View Post
    Sorry I am intruding but wow so different from the egyptian dialect
    But much easier,and nicer to be honest))))))))))

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    Quote Originally Posted by CZAREK2581 View Post
    But much easier,and nicer to be honest))))))))))
    yeah alot of ppl have said how the egyptian dialect doesnt sound tooo good... but some ppl have said shamy dialect sounds whinnnyyyy.

    i dont know if shamy is easier... i've lived in egypt for over a year so im so accustomed to just hearing egyptian dialect. not familiar with the others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by red_rose View Post
    yeah alot of ppl have said how the egyptian dialect doesnt sound tooo good... but some ppl have said shamy dialect sounds whinnnyyyy.

    i dont know if shamy is easier... i've lived in egypt for over a year so im so accustomed to just hearing egyptian dialect. not familiar with the others.
    Yes EA well i would say sounds really terrible(it is not so soft and not so melodious as Levantine Dialects, For instance they say that lebanese accent should be only spoken by women ,cos it sometimes to sweet and doesnt suit to men much

    But i guess you face many difficulties with EA isn't??By the way me too

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    Quote Originally Posted by CZAREK2581 View Post
    Yes EA well i would say sounds really terrible(it is not so soft and not so melodious as Levantine Dialects, For instance they say that lebanese accent should be only spoken by women ,cos it sometimes to sweet and doesnt suit to men much

    But i guess you face many difficulties with EA isn't??By the way me too
    No my problem is i lived here for a year and i didnt TRY to learn the dialect - i just spoke to eveyrone in english. everyone here knows english and they love to have the opportunity to practise their oral skills.

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    Quote Originally Posted by red_rose View Post
    No my problem is i lived here for a year and i didnt TRY to learn the dialect - i just spoke to eveyrone in english. everyone here knows english and they love to have the opportunity to practise their oral skills.
    That is very bad i would say concerning us (as we want to learn Arabic).You had great chance to brush UP ur Arabic (no matter if it is EA or MSA)and you didnt take advantage to do it

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    Quote Originally Posted by CZAREK2581 View Post
    That is very bad i would say concerning us (as we want to learn Arabic).You had great chance to brush UP ur Arabic (no matter if it is EA or MSA)and you didnt take advantage to do it
    I knowwwwwwwwww. trust me u dont know how much i regret it. cause u can learn to read and write arabic even in western countries. but speaking is a skill you can only achieve if ur in the environment and I WAS and didnt take advantage

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    Quote Originally Posted by red_rose View Post
    I knowwwwwwwwww. trust me u dont know how much i regret it. cause u can learn to read and write arabic even in western countries. but speaking is a skill you can only achieve if ur in the environment and I WAS and didnt take advantage
    I agree in 100%%%%%%%%%

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    Red Rose - you are perfectly inclined to stick your nose wherever!

    As for how it sounds, lebanese accent is called 'mayi3' jokingly, I cant find a good english translation for that word, but think Haifa wahbe

    Generally, arabs prefer females to speak in the 'softer' dialects, but when it comes to men, they prefer stronger sounding dialects

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    Can someone explain the use of the word
    Wala

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    Quote Originally Posted by jnvlv247 View Post
    Can someone explain the use of the word
    Wala
    Wala, could mean hey/oi when calling someone, wala/walek!

    Or it could be wela which means or

    example: bidak hay wela hay? Do you want this or that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jnvlv247 View Post
    I noticed a lot of dialect threads but none about the Lebanese Dialect

    So let's start. This is the dialect I am the most interested in since I may have Lebanese blood in me :P

    Feel free to correct me if I miss anything or make any mistakes. I will have questions too
    Basics

    Who-Meen
    What-Sho
    When-aymta
    Where-Wayn
    Why-Leysh
    How-Keef

    How are you?-Keefak/Keefik (f)
    Fine/good-Mni7/Mni7a (f) or mashy el hal
    What's up/new-Sho akhbarak (ik)? or Sho fi ma fi?
    Answer-Ma fi shi, or you can just say l7mdela
    Thanks-Merci/yeslamo/shukran
    Please-Lebanese just say "please" right?
    Yes for the most part its just please, or you can say law sama7t/sama7ti

    No-La
    Yes-Na3m/eh
    Hello-Hello/ahlan/mar7aba hala
    Bye-Ma3salama/bye or just salam

    I want-Baddi
    You want-Baddak (ik)
    He wants-baddo
    She wants-bada
    They want-baddon
    We want-baddna
    You (pl) want-baddkon

    Here-hon
    Today-el youm
    Tomorrow-bukra
    Yesterday-mbare7/ams
    Not-mish, mo
    I am not-ana mish........mani, "mani maghroor - I am not conceited"
    She is not - mana
    He is not - Mano
    They are not - Mannon
    we are not - n7na mana
    you (pl) are not - mankon


    #s
    1-wahed
    2-tnan
    3-tlete
    4-arb3a
    5-khamse
    6-sitteh
    7-sab3a
    8-tmane
    9-tis3a
    10-3shra

    Major Changes in Lebanese Dialect
    >Taa Marbuta in words changes pronounciation
    ex) sana -> sini
    >The letter "ذ" as in كذبة changes to a "z" sound so the word would be kizbe
    >The letter "ق" is pronounced a 2 (glottal stop) so qalb-> 2alb
    >The letter "ظ" as in نظرة is pronounced like a "z" so it would be nazre
    Yes all of the above points are right
    Ya reitni 2amle b sha3rak, kel lama ashta2lak atsa7sel w ashoufak ♥

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    Added some other ways they can be said and corrected a few

    I havent seen you in a long time - Ilo zaman il amar ma baan
    (lit the moon hasnt be sighted for a long time)
    Or for a literal translation - Sarli zaman ma sheftak/sheftek

    Is everything alright? - Inshallah kol shi mni7/tamam?
    Or Kheir, shu fi/sar?

    How is the family? - Keef il ahl? ahlak/ahlek


    When will I see you? - Amteen/aymta ra7 shoufak / shoufek? (m/f)

    Can I see you? - Fiyi/fini shoufak/shoufek? (m/f)

    Please - law sama7t / law sama7ti (m/f)
    - iza bitreed / iza bitreedi (m/f)
    Also mn fadlak/fadlek Or just plain "Please"

    Thank you / You're welcome - shokran, yislamo / 3afwan
    Merci is actually more commonly used than Shukran, you're welcome - tekram, tekrameh

    I'm sorry - Asfe
    Or just plain sorry would be more commonly used

    Excuse me I'm sorry type would be 3afwan , 3an iznak / iznek (m/f)
    Excuse me - ma twakhezni

    Go to sleep – Ro7 naam / Ro7i nami (m/f)
    Or fout nam, fouti nami

    I beg your pardon – 3afwan
    The French "Pardon" is just used.. I hardly hear 3afwan anymore

    Immediately – Doghri / Fawran
    Or Bser3a

    Not now – Mish hala2
    Mo halla2

    Don't forget Afternoon - Ba3d eldohor


    Last week – Ilisbo3 ilmadi
    Or Jem3et elmadeyi

    Next week – Ilisbo3 iljay
    eljem3a eljaye

    A week before – Ilisbo3 il ablo
    eljeme3tayn yalli fatou

    A week after – Ilisbo3 il ba3do
    eljem3atayn yalli ba3do

    Right – Sa7
    For the direction right it's - Yameen

    Left – 3’alat
    Left is Shmal, ghalat means wrong


    Are you there? – Inta honak / Inti honeek (m/f)
    Wselet? Wselti?

    Everywhere – Kol makan
    B kel el matare7

    How did you meet? – Keef it2abilto?
    Keef t3araftou,elta2ayto


    When do you finish University? – Amteen bit5alsi jam3a?

    How many years left? Kam sana dayil?

    I finish it in the month of June – B5alis bshaher site (month 6)
    June - 7zayran or Younyo

    Cant wait – ma adre astana / mafiye astana
    Ma fini esbor/entezer

    Take care – Intibih 3a 7alak / Intibhi 3a 7alek (m/f)
    Deer balak 3a 7alak, deeri balek 3a 7alek

    My eyes – 3ayni (eye), 3youni

    Bless you – t2oborni/t2obrini (lit may you bury me) (m/f)

    I swear to God! – Wallah!
    or W7yet Allah

    Impossible, I can’t believe it! – Mo ma32ool, mani msadi2 / msad2a
    Or Mosta7il, ma fini/3am sade2

    Right? – Sa7?
    or Ma/mo heik?

    What are you doing? – Sho bitsawi?
    Shu 3am te3mol

    I’m listening to songs/music – 3am batsama3 3a aghani
    3am esma3 aghani

    I’m bored – zah2ane
    or Mallayt

    Nothing – Wala shi
    or Ma shi

    Stupid connection got lost had to do this twice, but God bless the back button while were at it
    Ya reitni 2amle b sha3rak, kel lama ashta2lak atsa7sel w ashoufak ♥

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