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    (Original post by Pizzalover12)
    Aw thank you, i'm flattered. Yes we absolutley love Food.Nice to see you too😋.
    Shukran, ta3aam hiya hyaati
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    Najwa Karam for me
    She is an icon 😍 Good choice.
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    Shukran, ta3aam hiya hyaati
    Same here, as u can tell from my username😂
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    The Lubnani accent is the best in the Arab world tbf...
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    (Original post by Hirsty97)
    The Lubnani accent is the best in the Arab world tbf...
    Thank you,Arabic itself is a beautiful language that should be more appreciated.
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    (Original post by Pizzalover12)
    I'm not sure, but i believe it consists of eggs and other inggredients. It has a tunisian origin? I guess Lebanese people put onions, peppers, tomatoes and parsely. Hope that helped😊
    cool, in marathi (and I think other indo-pakistani places), there is a dish called sharg (apologies for mis-spelling), which is aubergine (eggplant), tomatoes, onion, black-eyed peas (or chick peas in some variation)
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    cool, in marathi (and I think other indo-pakistani places), there is a dish called sharg (apologies for mis-spelling), which is aubergine (eggplant), tomatoes, onion, black-eyed peas (or chick peas in some variation)
    That sounds amazingg😍
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    (Original post by Pizzalover12)
    That sounds amazingg😍
    there is no egg sadly, but is an awsome vegan dish with pitta bread/nan (actually made a pizza once with pitta base, sharg sauce/toping, smoked salmon season with peppercorns, garlic, chilli; and topped off with grated mozerella). reckon you would enjoy it (word of advice those, indian people use a lot more spice. the marathi version is the least oily version but most versions are riddiculously oily
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    (Original post by Pizzalover12)
    Thank you,Arabic itself is a beautiful language that should be more appreciated.
    Yep, I love learning Arabic, been learning it on and off for two years now
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    Yep, I love learning Arabic, been learning it on and off for two years now
    Wow that is amazing, is it your home language?
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    (Original post by Pizzalover12)
    Wow that is amazing, is it your home language?
    Haha no I am British

    But I think learning another language is great
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    (Original post by Hirsty97)
    Haha no I am British

    But I think learning another language is great
    That is great to hear,same here i did spanish, french and arabic. good luck,I hope you get the grades you want. 😋
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    (Original post by Pizzalover12)
    Well I can tell you this, Lebanon is an astonishing country that is very proud of its roots and is accepting of everyone. I might be a bit subjective, we do have beautiful women, but beauty is in the eye of the beholder. So many arab countries have beautiful/ handsome women and men.
    Do lebanese marry outside their race?
    meaning the Lebanese women?

    I heard majority of arabs dont .
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    Do lebanese marry outside their race?
    meaning the Lebanese women?

    I heard majority of arabs dont .
    Yes so many do. For example, shakira is half colombian and half Lebanese. I guess it really depends on the family itself as everyone is different. And the same goes with other Arabs🙂
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    Hey everyone I'm Mexican girl with a question for a lebanese person familiar with lebanese etiquette.

    When visiting someone's house in Lebanon is it considered polite / impolite to acknowledge the live-in cleaning lady? (I mean should I or shouldn't I greet her/ make conversation with her?)

    Thanks! (:
 
 
 
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