Lesson 40: Manners in Lebanese

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Hello All,

This is a video that I should have made a long time ago. I’m sure that whoever comes to Lebanon will hear all these sentences.

These are different ways to say “Please”, “Thank you”, and “You’re welcome” in Lebanese.

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49 thoughts to “Lesson 40: Manners in Lebanese”

  1. HI HIBA! I HAVE A QUESTION, MY MOTHER COMES FROM LEBANON, I RECALL HER SAYING : SALAM DAYETAK/ DAYETEK AFTER EATING , I MEAN SPOTTING THE PERSON WHO PREPARED THE MEAL, IS IT CORRECT? THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME, YOU´RE INDEED A WONDERFUL TEACHER!

  2. Hiba!! I cannot thank you enough for your help learning Lebanese Arabic! I met a friend from Lebanon recently who is has become very important to me. Your lessons have helped me build a better relationship with him by speaking his language in ways that the Arabic translators online cannot come close.

    You mentioned you have a book? I want to order it! I want all the books that you make!!! How can I get it, what is the title?

    Yeslamo hal idein! (can it be used for this purpose lol)

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