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

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

(I) Mchit

(You) Mchit

(You, plural) Mchitou

(He) Mcha

(She) Mchet

(We) Mchina

(They) Mchew

Using the Arabic script, it is written as:

مشيت (I)

مشيت (You)

مشيتو (You, plural)

مشا (He)

مشات (She)

مشينا (We)

مشاو (They)

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Examples in sentences or statements

“I walked to the store.”

Mchit 3la sa9aya lel 7anout.

.مشيت على سقيا للحانوت

“I didn’t walk here. I took the bus.”

Mamchitech 3la sa9aya lhouni. Khdhit lcar.

.ما مشيتش على ساقيا لهوني. خذيت الكار

“Did you walk here?”

Mchit 3la sa9ik lhouni?

مشيت على ساقيك لهوني؟

“Did you two walk here?”

Mchitou 3la sa9ikom lhouni?

مشيتو على ساقيكم لهوني؟

“He didn’t walk to the movie theatre. He took a taxi.”

Ma mchech 3la sa9ih lel cinema. Khdha taxi.

.ما مشاش على ساقيه للسينما. خذا تاكسي

“She walked 5 kilometres yesterday.”

Mchet khamsa kilometrat emes.

.مشات خمسة كيلومترات امس

“We walked here.”

Mchina 3la sa9ina lhouni.

.مشينا على ساقينا لهوني

“We didn’t take the bus. We walked here.”

Ma khdhinech el car. Mchina 3la sa9ina lhouni.

.ماخذيناش الكار. مشينا على ساقينا لهوني


“They walked for about 6 kilometres.”

Mchew 3la sa9ihom 9rib el setta kilometrat.

.مشاو على ساقهم قريب الستّة كيلومترات


In other Mediterranean languages and dialects

“Walked” (past) (verb) in Lebanese Arabic

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