“Come” (future) in Tunisian Arabic

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

(I) Nji

(You) Tji

(You, plural) Tjiw

(He) Yji

(She) Tji

(We) Njiw

(They) Yjiw

Using the Arabic script, it is written as:

  نجي (I)

تجي (You)

تجيو (You, plural)

يجي (He)

تجي (She)

نجيو (We)

يجيو (They)

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Examples in sentences or statements

“I will come over now.”

Bech nji ba7dhek taw.

.بش نجي بحذاك تو

“Can you come over now?”

Tnejem tji ba7dheya taw?

تنجم تجي بحذايا تو؟

“Do you two want to come over now?”

T7ebou tji ba7dheya taw?

تحبوا تجي بحذايا تو؟

“He said he can come to the party.”

9al ynejem yji lel 7afla.

.قال ينجم يجي للحفلة

“She will come to the event.”

Bech tji lel évenement.

.بش تجي للايفانمون

“We will come over at 10pm.”

Bech njiw m3a el 3achra mta3 ellil.

.بش نجيو مع العشرة متع اللّيل

“My parents will come over at 7pm for dinner.”

Baba wommi bech yjiw yet3achew 7dheya m3a lsab3a .

.بابا و أمّي بش يجيو يتعشاو حذايا مع السبعة


Related words in Tunisian Arabic

“Comes” (third-person) (verb) in Tunisian Arabic

“Coming” (present) (verb) in Tunisian Arabic

“Came” (past) (verb) in Tunisian Arabic

In other Mediterranean languages and dialects

“Come” (future) in Lebanese Arabic

“Come” (future) in Turkish

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