Tunisian Colloquial Arabic Vocabulary

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PDF eBook

Level

A1, A2, B1

Length

296 pages

Audio?

Yes

Tunisian Colloquial Arabic Vocabulary presents over 4,500 words, expressions, and example sentences organized into 57 categories to help you build connections and expand your vocabulary quickly. Suitable for beginners and more advanced students.

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  • Suitable for beginners and more advanced learners.
  • Over 4,500 items (words, phrases, and example sentences) in authentic Tunisian Colloquial Arabic.
  • Organized into 57 thematic categories to help you build connections and expand your vocabulary quickly.
  • Each item appears in Arabic script, phonemic transcription, and English translation.
  • A carefully designed layout allows you to reinforce your memory by covering columns and testing yourself.
  • Example sentences help to accelerate mastery of natural language.
  • Alphabetical English Index for quick referencing.
  • Develop listening skills and accurate pronunciation using the free, downloadable MP3s. Over four hours of audio professionally recorded by a native speaker in Tunis.

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Tunisian Arabic Grammar

Tunisian Arabic Grammar

This is a brief introduction to Tunisian Arabic grammar. It covers the basics of noun and adjective inflections as well as verb conjugations. It also highlights some of the idiosyncrasies of Tunisian Arabic that distinguish it from other varieties of Arabic.

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Additional information

Format

PDF eBook

Level

A1, A2, B1

Length

296 pages

Audio?

Yes

4 reviews for Tunisian Colloquial Arabic Vocabulary

  1. Sheila Trabelsi

    I received this Colloquial Tunisian Vocabulary book as a request in order to provide an honest review. I have purchased other Tunisian arabic language learning books and was always disappointed and more confused than when I started and provided irrelevant examples. One of my biggest complaint was the need for an audio component to my learning to which I had requested from the authors of other tunisian language resources. Tunisian arabic is a difficult dialect to master in my opinion and I needed all the help I could get. When I received this book the first thing I noticed and liked was how it was organized. It included a huge vocabulary including some more vulgar terms making it a very complete and well rounded vocabulary book. The topic range is also broad and covers everything under the sun. It provided relevant useful terms that will help me in my travels and communication skills with my in laws. Since I have also been learning modern standard arabic alphabet I like how it splits each word in 3 parts: the English translation, tunisian written term and then is written again in arabic script. I am very pleased with this book and am interested in checking out additional books by this author. One thing is for sure this book will be in my carry on each time I return to Tunisia and with its help someday I will master the language of my second home.

  2. Kamrul Hussain

    This dialect has a severe lack of resources, and those I had found were mediocre. This product is in a league of its own, and not just by default. The quality and amount of content here is some of the highest I’ve seen for any Arabic dialect. For anyone learning Tunisian Arabic, I would put this book at the top of the list of resources to buy.

  3. John S.

    I have the book, audio files and flashcards for Tunisian Arabic. They are a tremendous basis for learning the Tunisian dialect. I originally decided to learn MSA so I could have some conversations with a Tunisian colleague … well, not really. Having chosen TCA I can speak to her in a language that is her own and that she enjoys speaking … and she can explain things to me. I am so pleased I chose against MSA.

  4. Rachael

    Great book to use for begginers and advanced users alike. I downloaded this book electronically and it has been an excellent reference for all questions vocab related. I love how the book takes time to dive into letter sounds and even offers digital media to assist in hearing. Guaranteed you can find what you are looking for in here with confidence that the language is up to date and modern with the Tunisian street language.

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