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Possessive Pronouns in Moroccan Arabic

In Darija, a suffix (ending) may be added to the end of words in order to express possession.

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Possessive Pronouns[edit | edit source]

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* For the “my” and “his” forms, the first ending is used for words ending in consonants, while the second is used with words ending in vowels. For example, smiti (my name), but xuya (my brother).

Example of possessive pronouns with the noun “book.”[edit | edit source]

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Table of Contents - Moroccan Arabic Course - 0 to A1[edit source]


Greetings and Basic Phrases

Nouns and Pronouns

Food and Drink


House and Home


Traditions and Customs



Imperative Mood

Shopping and Bargaining

Historical Sites and Landmarks

Relative Clauses

Health and Emergencies

Passive Voice

Leisure and Entertainment

Holidays and Festivals

Conditional Mood

Regional Dialects

Indirect Speech

Weather and Climate

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