Lebanese Arabic is an Arabic dialect completely indigenous to Lebanon. The people of Lebanon are generally multilingual, i.e. they usually speak Arabic, French and English. Also known as Levantine Arabic, this dialect shares many features with modern Arabic.

What makes this language interesting is that written ‘Lebanese Arabic’ is different from the ‘Lebanese’ spoken. Live through the history of Lebanon as you discover this flowery language with its unique pronunciation, grammar and vocabulary.

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