“Two” (2) in Tunisian Arabic

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

Thnin

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

نين

When 2 is written numerically using the Arabic script, it is written as:

٢

In Tunisian Arabic, “Two”, when ordering or referring to a pair of objects, or when referring to a pair of people, is written using the Latin script as:

Zouz

Using the Arabic script, it is written as:

زوز

Listen to these two words pronounced (audio)


 


Examples in sentences or statements

“Two oranges, please.”

Zouz bordgenet, 3aychek.

.زوز بردقانات ،عيشك

 
“The suit number is 2.”

El chambre noumrou thnin.

.الشمبر نومرو ثنين

 
“Two teas with sugar, please.”

Zouz tey bel sokr, 3aychek.

.زوز تاي بالسكر، عيشك

 
“Two teas without sugar, please.”

Zouz tey man8ir sokr, 3aychek.

.زوز تاي منغير سكر، عيشك

 
“Can I buy these two pens?”

Ta3tini el zouz stylouwet?

تعطيني زوز ستيلوت؟

 

Other numbers in Tunisian Arabic

“One” (1) in Tunisian Arabic

“Three” (3) in Tunisian Arabic

This number in other Arabic dialects

“Two” (2) in Lebanese Arabic
 

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