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Maghrebi Arabic refers to the Arabic variants used in North Africa: Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco, and Libya. It is called Maghrebi to distinguish it from the Arabic used in al Mashreq, the East (i.e., the Middle East )as opposed to al Maghreb, the western part of the Arab World. All varieties of Maghrebi Arabic are known by their distinctive use of n-as the first person singular on verbs compared to the Middle East varieties. Maghrebi Arabic is known in the area as Da:rija which means the spoken dialect. It is indeed spoken in all types of communication and it is tolerant to borrowing words from languages of the colonisers of North Africa like French, Italian and Spanish, in addition to the influence of the Berber substrata.

Tunisian Arabic is one of these Maghrebi varieties. It is spoken all over Tunisia as well as the eastern part of the neighbouring Algeria and the western part of Libya. Tunisian Arabic (Tunisian, Tounsi) is a set of dialects of Maghrebi Arabic spoken in Tunisia.

Dialects: Northwestern Tunisian (also spoken in Northeastern Algeria), southwestern Tunisian, Tunis dialect, Sahil dialect, Sfax dialect and southeastern Tunisian. Tunisian Arabic differs from Classical Arabic in terms of consonant clusters, stress and syllabic types.

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