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

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

Shajrat 2el bert2an

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

شجرة البرتقان

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

Shajarat 2el bert2an

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

شجراة البرتقان

 

Listen to these two terms pronounced (audio)

 

Examples in sentences or statements

 
“That is an orange tree.”

Hayde shajrat 2al bert2an.

.هيدي الشجرة البرتقان

 
“Across the road is an orchard with orange trees.”

M2ebil 2al tarik fi besten shajarat 2el bert2an.

.مقابل الطريق في بستان شجراة برتقان

 
“There are olive trees, orange trees, and fig trees in this grove.”

Fi shajrat zaytoun, shajrat bert2an, ou shajrat tin bihal besten.

.في شجر زيتون، شجراة برتقان، و شجر تين بهال بستان

 
“There are many orange trees throughout this city.”

Fi ktir shajrat bert2an bikel hal madine.

.في كتير شجراة برتقان بكل هال مدينة

 
“Would you like an orange fresh off my family’s orange tree?”

(m) Betheb tekhod bert2an 2al taza men 2al shajrat 2al bert2an taba3 3aleyte?

(f) Bethebe tekhde bert2an 2al taza men 2al shajrat 2al bert2an taba3 3aleyte?

بتحب تاخد برتقان طازة من شجراة برتقان تاباع عيلتي؟

 

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