“Good” (emotion) in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, “Good” (the emotion) is written using the Latin script as:


Using the Arabic script, it is written as:


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Examples in sentences or statements

“I’m good. How are you?”

Ena lebes. Chnahwelek?

انا لاباس. شنواحوالك؟

“Pizza sounds good to me.”

Pizza fekra mouch khayba benesba lia.

بيزا فكرة موش خايبة بالنسبة ليا.

“The coffee here is very good.”

El 9ahwa houni behia barcha.

القهوة هوني باهية بارشا.

“I feel good after that bath.”

7asit rouhi merteh ba3ed el douch.

حسيت روحي مرتاح بعد الدوش.

“Yes, if you could pick me up for the drive to the airport at 7am, that is good. Thanks.”

Ey, ken tnajem thezni lel matar m3a sab3a ta3 sbeh, haja behia. Chokran.

اي، كان تنجم تهزني للمطار مع السبعة تع الصباح ، حجا باهية .شكرا.


Related phrases in Tunisian Arabic

“I’m good” in Tunisian Arabic

“How are you?” in Tunisian Arabic

In other Mediterranean languages and dialects

“Good” (emotion) in Egyptian Arabic

“Good” (emotion) in Lebanese Arabic

“Good” (emotion) in Moroccan Arabic

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