“Wheel” (future) in Tunisian Arabic

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

(I) Ndez

(You) Tdez

(You, plural) Tdezou

(He) Ydez

(She) Tdez

(We) Ndezou

(They) Ydezou

Using the Arabic script, it is written as:

ندز (I)

تدز (You)

تدزو (You, plural)

يدز (He)

تدز (She)

ندزو (We)

يدزو (They)

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Examples in sentences or statements


“I’ll wheel the shopping cart towards you.”

Ataw ndez el chariot lik.

.أتو ندز الشريو ليك


“I’m not going to wheel the luggage all the way there.”

Manich bech ndez el bagage ethneya hedhika lkol.

.مانيش باش ندز الباڨاج الثنية هاذيكا الكل


“I’ll wheel the stroller over.”

Ataw ena ndez el poussette.

.أتو أنا ندز البوسات


“Can you please wheel the cart back to the store?”

Tnajem tdez el chariot lel 7anout?

تنجم تدز الشريو للحانوت؟


“Where are you going to wheel the gravel to?”

Lwin bech tdez l7jar?

لوين باش تدز الحجر؟


“The nurse is going to wheel her to her room.”

El fermleya bech tdez beha l chaise roulante l bitha.

.الفرملية باش تدز بيها الشاز رولونت لبيتها


“She’ll wheel the stroller in the park.”

Bech tdez el poussette fel parc.

.باش تدز البوسات في البارك


“He’ll wheel the stroller.”

Bech ydez el poussette.

. باش يدز البوسات


“We’ll wheel it.”

(masculine-based object) Ataw ndezouh.

(feminine-based object) Ataw ndezoha.

.أتو ندزوه (masculine-based object)

.أتو ندزوها (feminine-based object)


“They’ll wheel the luggage to the airport.”

Bech ydezou el bagage lel matar.

.باش يدزو الباڨاج للمطار


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