“Bake” (verb) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, “Bake” (the verb) is written using the Latin script as:

(I) 2ekhboz

(You) (m) 2ekhboz

(You) (f) Tekhboz

(You, plural) 2ekhbezo

(He) Byekhboz

(She) Btekhboz

(We) Mnekhboz

(They) Byekhebzo

Using the Arabic script, it is written as:

أخبوز (I)

أخبوز (You) (m)

أخبزي (You) (f)

أخبوزو (You, plural)

بيخبوز (He)

بتخبوز (She)

منخبوز (We)

بيخبزو (They)

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Examples in sentences or statements

(Editor’s note: In one or more of the following statements, the word “Bake” is replaced with an applicable word or words to keep the statement colloquial but to maintain the meaning of the word “Bake” (“Bake” in the future or infinitive participle).)
“I’m going to bake this afternoon.”

Rah 2ekhboz hayda ba3ad 2al deher.

.راح أخبوز حايدا باعد ألضهر

“I’m not going to do any baking today.”

Marah 2ekhboz shi 2al yawm.

.ماراح أخبوز شي أليوم

“When are you going to bake next?”

(m) 2amtin rah tekhboz?

(f) 2amtin rah tekhebze?

أمتين راحتخبوز؟ (m)

أمتين راحتخبزي؟ (f)

“What do you all plan to bake?”

Shou rah tekhebzo?

شو راحتخبزو؟

“He is going to bake cookies.”

Rah yekhboz 2al cookies.

.cookiesراح يخبوز أل

“My mother is going to bake something for us.”

2eme rah tekhboz shi la2elna.

.أمي راح تخبوز شي لاقلنا

“We are going to bake them.”

Rah nekhbezon.

.راح نخبزون

“They are going to bake some muffins this weekend.”

Rah yikhebzo muffins hal weekend.

.weekendهال muffins راح يخبزو


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