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Moroccan Arabic Grammar ➡ The verb "To Drink"

With the Moroccan dialect, to say "drink!", we would say "chrabe!" to a boy and "charbi!" to a girl.

With the Arabic language, we would have said "ichrabe!" (يشرب).

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

Moroccan dialect Translation
ne chrabe I drink
te chrabe / te charbi You drink (boy) / You drink (girl)
y chrabe / te chrabe He drinks / She drinks
ne charbo We drink
te charbo You drink (plural)
y charbo They drink (mixed)

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