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

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

(I) So9t

(You) Se9et

(You, plural) So9tou

(He) Se9

(She) Se9et

(We) So9na

(They) Se9ou

Using the Arabic script, it is written as:

سقت (I)

سقت (You)

سقتو (You, plural)

ساق (He)

ساقت (She)

سقنا (We)

ساقو (They)

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Examples in sentences or statements

“I rode here.”

So9t lenna.

.سقت لنّا

“How long did it take you to ride your bicycle here?”

9addech 93adt tsou9 fel besklet bech wselt lenna?

قدّاش قعدت تسوق في البسكلات بش وصلت لنّا؟

“Did you walk or ride here?”

Kifeh jit lenna? So9t wala 3ala sa99ik?

كيفاه جيت لنّا؟ سقت ولا على سقّيك؟

“He rode his motorcycle here.”

Se9 el moutour mte3ou bech jé lenna.

.ساق الموطور متاعو بش جا لنّا

“She rode a stationary bicycle at the gym for about an hour.”

3amlet se3a besklet fel salla.

.عملت ساعة بسكلات في الصالة

“We rode our bicycles for about 2 hours this morning.”

So9na bsekelna l moddet se3tin lyoum essbe7.

.سقنا بساكلنا لمدّة ساعتين اليوم الصباح

“They rode here on motorcycles.”

Jew lenna bel moutourat.

.جاو لنّا بالموطورات


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