مرحبا (Marhaban)


مع السلامه (Ma'assalama)

Good morning

صباح الخير (Sabar al khayr)


من فضلك (Min fadlik)

Thank you

شكرا (Shukran)

Do you speak English?

هل تتكلم بالإنجليزية؟ (Hal tatakallamu alloghah alenjleziah?_

How are you?

كيف حالك؟ (Kaifa haloki)

How much?

كم؟ (Kam?)


آسف (Aasef)

You're welcome

عفوا (A'afwan)

Where are the toilets?

أين هي المراحيض؟ (Ayn hialmrahydh?)

I don't understand

أنا لا أفهم (Ana la afham)

The official language spoken in Tunisia is Arabic and French is widely understood. However, the majority of people speak what is called Tunisian Arabic. This is a mixture of dialects influenced by those who have lived in or ruled the region throughout history. The fusion of languages includes Arabic, Turkish, Italian, French and Spanish. It is also likened to Maltese. Make sure your Tunisian is up to scratch by taking a look at some of the most common phrases above. Click on the green icons to hear how they are pronounced.