Tunisian Arabic 101: Hello and Bye

I’m lucky that most of my students are understanding [with my electricity problem, my  being talkative, and my frequent asking of favor :p ]. Today, I wittingly requested my student from Tunisia to translate three English greetings in his own language, the Tunisian Arabic.

Here they are:

Hello.

 >Asslama. /as-le-ma/

How are you?

> Chnahwalek. /es-nah-wa-lek/

Bye.

 > Beslama. /bes-le-ma/

 

Whew! That was difficult. Thanks Kais!

 

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