Tunisian Arabic is a language that implements a mixture of classic Arabic, French, and even Berber influences to create a vocabulary unique to Tunisia itself.
Although it is most similar linguistically to the dialects of surrounding North African countries such as Algeria and Morocco, Tunisian Arabic has many of its own words and pronunciations. For a further breakdown, each region has its own dialect that Tunisians may recognize among themselves.
Over the next several months, I will be adding clusters of terms for you to be able to easily learn Tunisian Arabic. Any specific requests for translation may be submitted through the Tunisia Talk Forum, where I or a member of the community will be able to help! The more you know, the better you will be able to navigate this unique country, interact with locals, and take in the full cultural experience that Tunisia has to offer.