“Hello” in Tunisian Arabic

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

3aslama (Asslema, Aslema)

Using the Arabic script, it is written as:


Listen to this greeting pronounced (audio)


Examples in sentences or statements

“Hello. How are you?”

3aslama. Chnahwelek?

عسلامة. شنحوالك؟

“Hello. Can I have a coffee please?”

3aslama. Najam nekhou kahwa 3aychek?

عسلامة. نجم ناخو قهوا عيشك؟

“Hello. How much to rent a car for three days?”

3aslama. B9adech bech nekri karhba thletha ayem?

عسلامة. بقداش باش نكري كرهبا ثلاث ايام؟

“Hello, it’s good to see you again.”

3aslama, fraht li ritek mara okhra.

.عسلامة، فرحت لريتك مرا اخرى

“Hello, what direction is the airport?”

3aslama, mnin thniya lel matar?

عسلامة، منين الثنيه للمطار؟


Related greetings & farewells in Tunisian Arabic

“Goodbye” (Bye) in Tunisian Arabic

“Good evening” in Tunisian Arabic

“Good morning” in Tunisian Arabic

In other Mediterranean languages and dialects

“Hello” in Lebanese Arabic

“Hello” in Egyptian Arabic

“Hello” in Moroccan Arabic 

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