“Blend” (future) (verb) in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, “Blend” (the verb, in the future tense) is written using the Latin script as:

(I) N5allat

(You) T5allat

(You, plural) T5alltou

(He) Y5allat

(She) T5allat

(We) N5alltou

(They) Y5alltou

Using the Arabic script, it is written as:

نخلّط (I)

تخلّط (You)

تخلّطو (You, plural)

يخلّط (He)

تخلّط (She)

نخلّطو (We)

يخلّطو (They)

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Examples in sentences or statements

“I’m going to blend oranges and pineapple together.”

Bech n5allat l borgden wel ananas mab3ath’hom.

.بش نخلّط البرقدان و الأناناس مبعضهم

“Press this button to blend.”

(singular) Enzel 3al felsa hethi bech t5allat.

(plural) Enzlou 3al felsa hethi bech t5alltou.

 .انزل عالفلسة هذي بش تخلّط (singular)

.انزلو عالفلسة هذي بش تخلّطو (plural)

“Are you going to blend or eat the fruit raw?”

(singular) Bech t5allat l ghalla wala bech tekelha akeka?

(plural) Bech t5alltou l ghalla wala bech teklouha akeka?

بش تخلّط الغلّة ولا بش تاكلها أكاكا؟ (singular)

بش تخلّطو الغلّة ولا بش تاكلوها أكاكا؟ (plural)

“The chef is about to blend the vegetables together.”

Echef bech y5allat l 5odhra mab3ath’ha.

.الشاف بش يخلّط الخضرة مبعضها

“He is about to blend your drink.”

Haw bech y5allatlek kesek.

.هاو بش يخلّطلك كاسك

“She is going to blend the potatoes.”

Hay bech t5allat l batata.

.هاي بش تخلّط البطاطا

“We are going to blend the ingredients together.”

Bech n5alltou kol chay m3a ba3thou.

.بش نخلّطو كل شي مع بعضو

“They are going to blend the fruit.”

Bech y5alltou l ghalla.

.بش يخلّطو الغلّة


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