“Orange”, “Oranges” (the fruit) in Lebanese Arabic

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In Lebanese Arabic, “Orange” and “Oranges” (the fruit) are both written using the Latin script as:

Bert2an

In Lebanese Arabic, using the Arabic script, both of these words are written as:

برتقان

Listen to this word pronounced (audio)

 

Examples in sentences or statements

“This orange tastes delicious.”

Hal bert2an orange ta3matuha taybe.

.لبردقان طعمتو طيبة

“Would you like an orange?”

(m) Badak bert2an?

(f) Badik bert2an?

بدك بردقان؟ (m)

بديك بردقان؟ (f)

“Can I buy six oranges please?”

(m) Fine 2eshtere sit bert2an 2arjouk?

(f) Fine 2eshtere sit bert2an 2arjouke?

فيني اشتري ستت بردقان ارجوك؟ (m)

فيني اشتري ست بردقان ارجوكي؟ (f)

“Where are your oranges from?”

(m) Men wen jebet 2al bert2en?

(f) Men wen jebte 2al bert2en?

من وين جبت بردقان؟ (m)

من وين جبتي بردقان؟ (f)

“When does your next shipment of oranges arrive?”

(m) 2aymata byousalak 2al talabiyet 2al jeyet men 2al bert2en?

(f) 2aymata byousalke 2al talabiyet 2al jeyet men 2al bert2en?

ايمتا بيوصلك الطلبية الجاية من البرتقان؟ (m)

ايمتا بيوصيلك الطلبية الجاية من البرتقان؟ (f)

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