“I’m good” in Lebanese Arabic

In Lebanese Arabic, “I’m good is written using the Latin script as:

(m) 2ana mnih

(f) 2ana mniha

Using the Arabic script, it is written as:

أنا منيح (m)

أنا منيحا (f)

Listen to these two phrases pronounced (audio)


Examples in sentences or statements

“I’m good, thanks.”

2ana mnih, shukran.

.أنا منيح، شكراً

“I’m good. And you?”

(m) 2ana mnih. Wa 2enta?

(f) 2ana mnih. Wa 2ente?

أنا منيح، وأنت؟ (m)

أنا منيح، وأنتي؟ (f)

“I’m good. And how are you?

(m) 2ana mnih. Wa 2enta kifak?

(f) 2ana mnih. Wa 2ente kifik?

أنا منيح، وأنت كيفك؟ (m)

أنا منيح، وأنتي كيفيك؟ (f)

“I’m good. Thanks for asking.”

2ana mnih. Shukran 3al sou2al.

.أنا منيح، شكراً عالسؤال

“Yes, I’m good.”

Na3am, 2ana mnih.

.نعم، أنا منيح


In other Mediterranean languages and dialects

“I’m good” in Egyptian Arabic

“I’m good” in Tunisian Arabic

“I’m good” in Turkish

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