“Saturday” in Lebanese Arabic

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

2al sabet

Using the Arabic script, it is written as:

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Examples in sentences or statements

“Do you want to take the kids to the beach on Saturday?”

(m) Badak tehod 2al 2awled 3al baher nhar 2al sabet?

(f) Badik tehde 2al 2awled 3al baher nhar 2al sabet?

بدك تاخد الأولاد عالبحر نهار السبت؟ (m)

بديك تاخدي الأولاد عالبحر نهار السبت؟ (f)

“Let’s meet on Saturday at 1pm.”

Khalina netle2a nhar 2al sabet 2al se3a wahde.

.خلينا نتلاقى نهار السبت الساعة وحدة

“When do you want to meet on Saturday?”

(m) 2aya se3a badak netle2a nhar 2al sabet?

(f) 2aya se3a badik netle2a nhar 2al sabet?

اية ساعة بدك نتلاقى نهار السبت؟ (m)

اية ساعة بديك نتلاقى نهار السبت؟ (f)

“Saturday afternoon is a good time for me to do the road trip.”

Nhar 2al sabet ba3ad 2al deher mounesib la 2ele lanrouh meshwar bel siyara.

.نهار السبت بعد الضهر مناسب لإلي لروح مشوار بالسيارة

“Let’s go visit the museum on Saturday afternoon.”

Khalina nrouh nzawir 2al mathaf nhar 2al sabet.

.خلينا نروح نزور المتحف نهار السبت


Related words in Lebanese Arabic

“Friday”, “Fridays” in Lebanese Arabic

“Sunday” in Lebanese Arabic

“Day”, “Daytime”, “Days” in Lebanese Arabic

In other Mediterranean languages and dialects

“Saturday” in Tunisian Arabic

“Saturday”, “Saturdays” in Turkish

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