“How are you?” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, “How are you?” is written using the Latin script as:

(m) Kifak?

(f) Kifik?

Using the Arabic script, it is written as:

كيفاك؟ (m)

كيفيك؟ (f)

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Examples in sentences or statements

Good morning. How are you?

(m) Sabah 2al khir. Kifak?

(f) Sabah 2al Khir. Kifik?

صباح الخير. كيفاك؟ (m)

 صباح الخير. كيفاك؟ (f)

“Good to see you again. How are you?”

(m) Ktir mnih eno shefta mara tene. Kifak?

(f) Ktir mnih eno sheftik mara tene. Kifik?

كتيرمنيح شوفتاك. كيفاك؟ (m)

 كتير منيح شوفتياك. كيفيك؟ (f)

“Hey, how are you?”

(m) Marhaba, kifak?

(f) Marhaba, kifik?

مرهابا، كيفاك؟ (m)

مرهابا، كيفيك؟ (f)

“Good afternoon, how are you?”

(m) Sa3ide, kifak?

(f) Sa3ide, kifik?

سعيدي، كيفاك؟ (m)

سعيدي، كيفيك؟ (f)

“Good evening, how are you?”

(m) Masa2 2al kher, kifak?

(f) Masa2 2al kher, kifik?

مسا الخير، كيفاك؟ (m)

مسا الخير، كيفيك؟ (f)


In other Mediterranean languages and dialects

“How are you?” in Egyptian Arabic

“How are you?” in Tunisian Arabic

“How are you?” in Turkish

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