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Moroccan Arabic Grammar ➡ The verb "To want"

With the Moroccan dialect, to say "You want!", we will say "te bré!" to a boy and "te brèye!" to a girl.

With the Arabic language, we would have said "tride!" (تريد).

You will find below the conjugation of this verb in the present:

Moroccan dialect Translation
bréte I want
te bré / te brèye You want (boy) / You get up (girl)
y bré / te bré He wants / She wants
ne bréou We want
te bréou You want
y bréou They want (mixed)

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