talking about Tunisian dialect, does anybody know how i can get some books or courses? there must be some. i asked my friends in Tunis ,but they didn't find any. Of course i would rather stay one year in tunisia and learn it, but i can't afford
ha ha yeah i know swear words but i did pick up quite a lot to
im off to school doing basic arabic on the 9 june but tunisians have there own style of language i think but it will help pick it up and they will be able to understand me i hope
'Aslemma and 'aidkum mabruk to all members! I am new here and not so familiar with the forum. I spend several months each year in Tunisia in the Cap Bon region and, of course have started to learn Arabic. I have made good progress but it would be helpful to have some written material on the tunisian dialect. Does anybody know of books, website, etc. where this topic is covered? I would appreciate any response.
it is estimated about 1% of the tunisian population who speak Berber language . there are only 26,000 speakers of a Berber language called "Djerbi" (But which Tunisians call "Shelha") in Tunisia, all in the south around Djerba and Matmata. The more northerly enclave of Sened apparently no longer speaks Berber. This would make 0.3% of the population.
The Madinah Book Series by Dr V Abdur Rahim which is used by Madinah University to teach English speaking students the Arabic language. This course will contain everything an individual needs to learn the Arabic Language (Classical and Modern Standard) from complete beginner to advanced level Insha'Allah (God Willing).