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One of the most common ways to say thank you is 'merci', borrowed from French.
The 'a' at the end of words tends to be pronounced like a soft 'e'. So 'rain' (شتاء) is pronounced shete instead of the formal Arabic shita’.
The guttural 'q' sound is replaced by a glottal stop, so 'coffee' (قهوة) or qahwa in Classical Arabic becomes ’ahwe in Lebanese.
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