“Six” (6) in Tunisian Arabic


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


When spelled using the Arabic script, it is written as:


When “6” is written numerically using the Arabic script, it is written as:


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Examples in sentences or statements

“A pack of six bottles of water, please.”

Stika me bseta dbebez, 3aychek.

.ستيكا ماء بستة دبابز، عيشك

“I’ll go buy a package of six water bottles.”

Taw nemchi nechri stika me bseta dbebez.

.تو نمشي نشري ستيكا ماء بستة دبابز

“Do you have water bottles in 1.5 litres in packages of six?”

3andek dbebez me bitra wnos fi steyek bseta?

عندك دبابز ماء بترا ونص في ستايك بستة؟

“The restaurant opens at 6pm.”

El restaurant y7el m3a el seta mta3 la3chiya.

.الرستورانت يحل مع الستة متع لعشية

“The flight arrives at 6:05pm.”

El vol yousel m3a el seta wdraj mta3 la3chiya.

.الفل توصل مع الستة ودرج متع لعشية


This number in other Arabic dialects

“Six” (6) in Lebanese Arabic

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