“Hears” (verb) in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, “Hears” (the verb, in the third person participle) is written using the Latin script as:

(m) Byesma3

(f) Btesma3

Using the Arabic script, it is written as:

بيسماع (m)

بتسماع (f)

Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)


Examples in sentences or statements

“He hears well.”

Byesma3 mnih.

.بيسماع منيح

“She hears well.”

Btesma3 mnih.

.بتسماع منيح

“The teacher hears everything.”

(m) 2al 2estetz byesma3 kel shi.

(f) 2al m3alme btesma3 kel shi.

.ألقستاز بيسماع كلشي (m)

.ألمعالمي بتسماع كلشي (f)

“My dog hears well.”

Kalbe byesma3.

.كالبي بيسماع

“My grandpa hears better when you speak to him up close.”

(m) Jede byesma3 2ahsan lama btehke 2arib.

(f) Jede byesma3 2ahsan lama btehkiyo 2arib.

.جدي بيسماع أحسان لما بتحكي أريب (m)

.جدي بيسماع أحسان لما بتحكيو أريب (f)


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