Lebanese is a variety of Levantine Arabic,spoken primarily in Lebanon, with significant linguistic influences from other Middle Eastern and European languages, it's unique from other varieties of Arabic. Due to natural multiculturalism and multilingualism in Lebanon, it is common for Lebanese people to usually mix French, English, and other languages into their daily speech.
Vocabulary: many borrowings from other languages; Ottoman Turkish, Greek, and French, as well as Persian, and English.
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