February 13th, 2013

Some of the Lebanese grammar could be traced to several thousand years. Through history, the people who lived in the Mount Lebanon region were accommodating new effects on their language, yet they were keeping most of its grammar. They acquired a lot of vocabulary compered to minor changes in its structure.

Most of the grammar used now in Modern Lebanese could be traced to ancient Phoenician and Aramaic in addition to some effect from Arabic.

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