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Welcome to the Moroccan Arabic learning page!

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Facts about Moroccan Arabic[edit | edit source]

  • Language code (ISO 639-3): ary
  • Autonyms (how to write "Moroccan Arabic" in Moroccan Arabic): الدارجة
  • Other names for "Moroccan Arabic": Colloquial Arabic, Maghrebi Arabic, Maghribi, Moroccan Arabic, Moroccan Colloquial Arabic, Moroccan Dareja, Moroccan Darija, Moroccan Dereja
  • The Moroccan Arabic language is spoken in: Morocco

The Moroccan Arabic dialect, called in Morocco darija (ar) الدارجة (/dæɾiʒæ/) resembles several varieties of Arabic dialect spoken in Morocco. It belongs to the group of Maghrebi dialects. The word darija therefore specifically designates the dialects used by the Arabic-speaking Moroccan population, while in the Middle East the term arabia 'ammia (fluent Arabic) is used. Moroccan Arabic, as a mother tongue or serving as a lingua franca for communication between Arabic speakers and Berber speakers, is spoken by more than 30 million people in Morocco and by several hundred thousand in countries of Moroccan emigration.

Videos[edit | edit source]

Learn Moroccan Arabic / Lesson 1: GREETINGS ![edit | edit source]

Moroccan Arabic : very important How to greet people[edit | edit source]

Moroccan Arabic: 20 most common phrases[edit | edit source]

Free Moroccan Arabic Lessons[edit | edit source]

Language Exchange[edit | edit source]

Forum[edit | edit source]

Tools[edit | edit source]

Marketplace[edit | edit source]

Last Lessons[edit | edit source]

Seasons and ClimateDescribing the WeatherIndirect QuestionsReported SpeechLanguage Use and Social ContextDarija and Other DialectsUses of the ConditionalFormation of the ConditionalRamadanEid Al Fitr and Eid Al AdhaSports and ActivitiesMusic and DanceUses of the PassiveFormation of Passive ConstructionsEmergencies and First AidAt the HospitalRelative PronounsDirect and Indirect Object ClausesKasbahsThe MedinaBargaining and HagglingAt the MarketShopping for ClothesNegative ImperativeAffirmative ImperativePublic TransportationTaking a TaxiTemporal PrepositionsDirectional PrepositionsGreetings and Etiquette


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