Posts Tagged ‘tunisian’

Tunisian Arabic 101: Telephoning

The other day, I got hold of Kais from Tunisia and he was again generous of his time to share us some Tunisian Arabic conversational phrases. This time they are phrases and sentences used for telephone conversation. I am posting the first five (5) telephone conversation phrases and will post the other 5 next time. […]

Tunisian Arabic 101: Easy Words

Hi everybody! It’s my first post and I’m really pleased to do it. I’ll try to let you know about some easy words you can say to talk to a Tunisian in their dialect (if we speak about language, it’s the arabic and it’s common in the all the Arab country). You can use them […]

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. […]