“Log in”, “Logs in”, “Logging in”, “Logged in” (verbs) in Lebanese Arabic

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

(m) Sajil 2al doukoul

(f) Sajle 2al doukhoul

Using the Arabic script, it is written as:

سجل الدخول (m)

سجلي الدخول (f)

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

(m) Yisajil 2al doukhoul

(f) Tsajil 2al doukhoul

Using the Arabic script, it is written as:

 يسجل الدخول (m)

  تسجل الدخول (f)

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

(m) 3ambisajil 2al doukhoul

(f) 3ambetsajil 2al doukhoul

Using the Arabic script, it is written as:

عمبيسجل الدخول (m)

عمبتسجل الدخول (f)

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

(m) Sajal 2al doukhoul

(f) Sajlit 2al doukhoul

Using the Arabic script, it is written as:

سجل الدخول (m)

 سجلت الدخول (f)

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Examples in sentences or statements

 
“I logged in.”

2ana sajalet 2al doukhoul.

.أنا سجلت الدخول

 
“Did you log in?”

(m) Sajalet 2al doukhoul?

(f) Sajalte 2al doukhoul?

سجلت الدخول؟ (m)

سجلتي الدخول؟ (f)

 
“I’ll log in in five minutes.”

Rah sajil 2al doukhoul ba3ad khams da2i2a.

.رح سجل الدخول بعد خمس دقايق

 
“I’m having difficulty logging in.”

3ande sou3oubat betsajil 2al doukhoul.

.عندي صعوبة بتسجيل الدخول

 
“I’m logged in.”

2ana sajalet 2al doukhoul.

.انا سجلت الدخول

 

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