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The South Levantine Arabic is spoken in Palestine between Nazareth and Bethlehem, in the Syrian Hauran mountains, and in western Jordan.


Here are some phrase to use when you first meet someone:


English Levantine Arabic
Hello (or standard greeting) مرحبا / أهلين
Good morning صباح الخير / صباحو
Good evening مسا الخير
Good night (when leaving) تصبح على خير / مع السلامي / سلام
Excuse me عن إزنك / عفوًا / لو سمحت
I’m sorry بعتزر / لا تواخزني
Sorry, don’t worry about it ولا يهمّك
Thank you شكرًا / يسلمو
You’re welcome تكرم / أهلا وسهلا / أهلين وسهلين
Who? مين؟
What? شو؟ / إشو؟
Where? وين؟
When? إيمت؟ / إيمتى؟
Why? ليش؟
How? كيف؟ / شلون؟
How are you? كيفك؟ / شلونك؟
Present بـ
Future لح / حا / رح / بدي
Negation (verbal) ما / لأ
Negation (predicate) (i.e. isn’t) مش / مو

Source[edit | edit source]

https://www.industryarabic.com/levantine-arabic-guide/

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