By Maksoud N. Feghali
Spoken Lebanese teaches tips to communicate Lebanese Arabic utilizing phonetic symbols instead of Arabic script. beneficial for English-speaking humans of Lebanese ancestry.
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G. I have three brothers, two sisters, five uncles.... g. my first uncle is Jim, my second uncle is Robert.... • What are your favorite months & seasons? g. 8:00 University (jeem9a),12:00 Lunch (Gada) ..... • List your activities for the weekend. 29 Chapter Four Post Office & Telephone Chapter Four: Post Office & Telephone In this chapter you will learn how to conduct simple business at the post office and over the phone, as well as the necessary vocabulary to conduct such a business. The verbs conjugated in this chapter are: badd, ba9at, 9aTa, wazan, HaTT, Daa9, Hiki, 9alla, talfan, 9imil, leel, ttaSal, tikram.
In this chapter you will learn how to give biographical information and talk about different means of transportation . The verbs conjugated in this chapter are: ftaGal, ija, maDDa, 'idir, axad, faaraT, sta9mal. DIALOGUE I This dialogue is between a public safety officer (mwaZZaf-I'amn-19aam) at the airport and *viktor. mwaZZaf-I'amn-19aam: Iu ismak? *viktor: ismi *viktor. m: ism-19ayle? *viktor: *williams. m: 'iddayI 9umrak? *viktor: 9iIriin sini. m: Iu btiItiGil? ana Taalib biljeem9a. *viktor: m: hay awwal marra btiji 9a*libneen?
Ma9luum, ktiir mabsuuT. 11 12 Spoken Lebanese *saliim: *samia: *saliim: CULTURE bitHibbu tifrabu finjeen 'ahwe? Gayr marra nfalla. yalla bxaaTrak. ma9-ssaleeme, alIa ma9kun. & VOCABULARY 9amm: paternal uncle. 9ammi (paternal aunt). The Iii after 9amm is a pronominal suffix. SuHHa: health. ". 9aal: fine, well. nufkur: we thank, imperf. of fakar (to thank). See grammar notes. jawzi: my husband. Some people use the word "xaweejti". ingliizi: British, English. ilna: lit. for us, belongs to us. "ila" for, and the pronominal suffix "nail.