>> Rachel: Welcome back, its time for Chompers, your morning and night toothbrushing show.
And heres chompion rylee speaking hawaiian to count us off:
>> KIDS: 3, 2, 1 brush!
Its World Week, and tonight our friend Sarah is back to tell us more about Libya, and Arabic, the language they speak there.
>> Jasmine: So how do you say toothbrush in Arabic?
>> Sarah: Farash As Snoon.
>> Jasmine: Farash Asnoon
>> Sarah: Farash means brush, and asnoon is teeth. So it's the brush for your teeth.
Switch your Farash asnoon, your toothbrush, to the other side of the top of your mouth, and make sure youre not brushing too hard
>> Jasmine: How Would you say good morning?
>> Sarah: Sabah Elhaer
>> Jasmine: uhhhh can you do it slower?
>> Sarah: Sabah, which is morning, and haer, with is good, or better, so sabah el haer, good morning.
>> Jasmine: Sabah El haer
>> Sarah: Yeah.
>> Jasmine: Yeah really?
>> Sarah: No that was really good!
Switch to the bottom of your mouth, and brush in little circles around each tooth
>> Jasmine: It sounds like Arabic has sounds that aren't in English.
>> Sarah: Yes it definitely does.
>> Jasmine: Do you have a different alphabet in Arabic?
>> Sarah: Yup.
>> Jasmine: Can you read the alphabet for me?
>> Sarah: Sure!
>> Jasmine: Ugh I'm gonna need some more lessons...
Switch to the other side of the bottom of your mouth, and brush the molars in the way back
>> Jasmine: Are there any easy Arabic words that you can teach me?
>> Sarah: In Libya, theres this word, baehi,
>> Jasmine: Baehi
>> Sarah: which means OK
>> Jasmine: Oh ok. But this is a word that they just say in Libya?
>> Sarah: Its very Libyan, and they use it ALL the time. Baehi for everything
>> Jasmine: Ok ok, beahi beahi I can do that
That's it for Chompers tonight, but come back tomorrow for more world week.
Until then, Sarah count us off.
>> Sarah: Fleatha, thneen, Wahed, Uthfal