“Olive tree”, “Olive trees” in Lebanese Arabic

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In Lebanese Arabic, “Olive tree” is written using the Latin script as:

Shajrat 2al Zaytoun

In Lebanese Arabic, using the Arabic script, Shajrat 2al Zaytoun (Olive tree) is written as:

شجرة الزيتون

In Lebanese Arabic, “Olive trees” is written using the Latin script as:

2ashajar 2al Zaytoun

In Lebanese Arabic, using the Arabic script, 2ashajar 2al Zaytoun (Olive trees) is written as:

أشجار الزيتون

Listen to these two terms pronounced (audio)

 

Examples in sentences or statements

“That olive tree is approximately 500 years in age.”

Hayde shajrat 2al zaytoun ta2riban 3amruha khamsmit senet.

.هيدي شجرة الزيتون تقريبًا عمرها خمسميت سنة

 

“What kind of olive tree is that?”

Shou naw3 hayde 2al shajrat 2al zaytoun?

شو نوع هيدي الشجرة الزيتون؟

 

“When will olives appear on the olive tree?”

2aymata byidhar 2al zaytoun 3ala 2ashjar 2al zaytoun?

أيمتى بيظهر الزيتون على أشجار الزيتون؟

 

“By June, olives appear on many olive trees.”

Bi hezayran, zaytoun bi balish yitla3 3ala 2ashjar 2al zaytoun.

.بي حزيران، زيتون بي باليش يتلع عالا أشجار الزيتون

 

“The grove has olive trees, orange trees, and lemon trees.”

Fi 2al boustan 2ashjar 2al zaytoun, 2ashjar bourtou2an, wa 2ashjar laymoun.

.في بالبستان أشجار الزيتون، أشجار برتقال، و أشجار ليمون

 

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