“Good morning” in Tunisian Arabic

In Tunisian Arabic, “Good Morning” is written using the Latin script as:

Sbe7 lkhir (Sbe7 lkher, Sbe7 el 5ir)

Using the Arabic script, it is written as:

صباح الخير

(Editor’s note: To read the popular ways that Tunisian Arabic speakers say “Hello”, access the IBL article: How to say Hello in Tunisian Arabic)

Listen to this greeting pronounced (audio)


Examples in sentences or statements

“Good morning, how are you today?”

Sbe7 lkhir, chnahwelek el youm?

صباح الخير، شنحوالك اليوم؟

“Good morning, how was your sleep?”

Sbe7 lkhir, kifech r9adt?

صباح الخير، كيفاش رقدت؟

“Good morning, a coffee with one sugar, please.”

Sbe7 lkhir, 9ahwa wtaba3 sokr, 3aychek.

.صباح الخير، قهوه و طابع سكر، عيشك

“Good morning, what time does your store open?”

Sbe7 lkhir, waktech hanoutek y7el?

صباح الخير، وقتاش حانوتك يحل؟

“Good morning, do you speak Arabic?”

Sbe7 lkhir, tetkalam 3arbi?

صباح الخير، تتكلم عربي؟


Other greetings in Tunisian Arabic

“Good evening” in Tunisian Arabic

“Hello” in Tunisian Arabic

In other Mediterranean languages and dialects

“Good morning” in Egyptian Arabic

“Good morning” in Lebanese Arabic

“Good morning” in Turkish

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