Tunisian Traveller's Phrases

Tunisian Traveller's Phrases

By Marguerite Thoresen

  • Category: Travel
  • Release Date: 2015-02-06
  • Current Version: 4.1.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 58.14 MB
  • Developer: Marguerite Thoresen
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    /5 ( 0 Reviews)
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Tunisian Traveller's Phrases App Description

Tunisian Travel Phrases Teach yourself Tunisian terms and phrases. TUNISIAN TRAVEL TERMS AND PHRASES including TEXT & AUDIO for each term or phrase (TOUCH THE PHRASE TO HEAR THE AUDIO). Easy to use FLASH CARD format - simplified format allows for easy learning Features over 400 terms and phrases suitable for travellers or anyone interested in learning basic Tunisian language. Also included is a brief quiz of food terms. TOPICS covered include: -Basic terms -Numbers -Days & times -Navigation terms -Locations -Colours -Sizes -Shapes -Tastes -Qualities -Quantities -Emergency terms -Food & drink -Hygiene terms -Medical terms -Human body terms -Directions & lodging -Occupations -Family & relatives -Weather This tutorial uses romanized text and language and does not include Tunisian script. This tutorial focuses on spoken Tunisian. Instructions ************** Simply touch each term or phrase to hear the term or phrase spoken in English and Tunisian. The Tunisian translation is repeated twice (the second time more slowly) to help students understand the pronunciation of each term or phrase. All topics are accessible from the main menu. There are also "next", "back" and "home" buttons to assist users to navigate between terms and phrases. PLEASE NOTE: This app is designed to be viewed in PORTRAIT mode only (do not use landscape mode). Learn Tunisian terms and phrases with this easy to use tutorial.


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Tunisian Traveller's Phrases App Reviews

  • Good start, not enough

    By Aeidanizadeh
    Off to a good start, but the text of modern written Tunisian via SMS social media etc., is extremely different than the written descriptions, and the written descriptions are more complicated than they should be. North African dialects also include French words, in this app for example cheese=furmaaj, but it's just fromage, i.e. the French word for cheese. Distinguishing which words in the dialect are actually French words will help the user in their learning curve a lot. Lebna, and jbin, are also common words to refer to cheese and they are actually more appropriate to include because they are not the French translation of the word (even though it is used learning Tunisian isn't just learning French, knowing lebna is known in the Arab world but I in is specific to Tunisia I believe, but it is helpful to know you can refer to the French language and people will understand you if you forget the Arabic/Tunisian translation) You are truly learning Tunisian when you do not prefer to use the French translations in your daily conversations.
  • Don't waste your money!

    By MinxofMayhem
    So I just bought this and it's WORTHLESS! The terms are wrong and I know this as I am married to a Tunisian man . For example Husband is Rajli, NOT Raajli. I can't remember what you put for wife, but it is incorrect . Wife is Marti. Smh