“Schedule” (future) (verb) in Tunisian Arabic

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

(I) Nbarmej

(You) Tbarmej

(You, plural) Tbarmjou

(He) Ybarmej

(She) Tbarmej

(We) Nbarmjou

(They) Ybarmjou

Using the Arabic script, it is written as:

نبرمج (I)

تبرمج (You)

تبرمجو (You, plural)

يبرمج (He)

تبرمج (She)

نبرمجو (We)

يبرمجو (They)

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Examples in sentences or statements

I will schedule the meeting.

Bech nbarmej el ejtime3.

.باش نبرمج الاجتماع

When do you want to schedule the meeting for?

L anehou nhar t7eb tbarmej el ejtime3?

لأناهو نهار باش تبرمج الاجتماع؟

When do you two want to schedule the meeting for?

L anehou nhar t7ebou tbarmjou el ejtime3?

لأناهو نهار باش تبرمجو الاجتماع؟

He is going to schedule the meeting.

Howa bech ybarmej el ejtime3.

.هو باش يبرمج الاجتماع

She is going to schedule it.

(masculine-based object) Heya bech tbarmjou.

(feminine-based object) Heya bech tbarmajha.

.هي باش تبرمجو (masculine-based object)

.هي باش تبرمجها (feminine-based object)

We are going to schedule a meeting with your teacher.

(m) Bech nbarmjou ejtime3 m3a profek.

(f) Bech nbarmjou ejtime3 m3a proftek.

.باش نبرمجو اجتماع مع بروفك (m)

.باش نبرمجو اجتماع مع بروفتك (f)

They are going to schedule football practice for Sunday.”

Houma bech ybarmjou entraînement el foot l nhar la7ad.

.هوما باش يبرمجو أنترينمون الفوت لنهار الأحد


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