Tuesday , February 21 2017

Basic greetings in Levantine Arabic

Today you’re going to learn some basic survival greetings in Levantine Arabic.

Sample sentences:

  • Hello.
  • Nice to meet you.
  • Goodbye.

Survival dialogue (members):

  • Good morning
  • Good morning (response)
  • Good evening
  • Good evening (response)
  • How are you? (f.)
  • Good (f.)
  • How are you? (m.)
  • Good (m.)
  • What's your news? (m.)
  • It's okay.
  • What's your news? (f.)
  • Praise God.
  • Good night (f.)
  • You too (m.) (response)
  • Good night (m.)
  • You too (f.) (response)

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One comment

  1. Christina Meyer

    In the pronunciation of hello, although the last letter is an “alif,” the pronunciation doesn’t sound like a long a, but rather a short “O.” If someone could please explain this, it would be very helpful.

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