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Morocco is an Arabic speaking country. Most Moroccan's speak at least a little French except in some of the more remote locations. In some areas of Morocco, Berber is the native language. Now I'm not suggesting you need to learn Arabic, French and Berber. That'd take some doing. But when you greet a Moroccan in Arabic, a whole new world of experiences will open up to you. You don't need to be fluent, not by any stretch. If you have just a few useful Arabic phrases, you will have some…
This article explains how to learn Moroccan Arabic in record time and contains all the best websites and resources to learn the Moroccan language. It contains
Lori Matzdorf saved to Morocco
Worried about getting around when you're in Morocco? Learn these basic phrases and expressions to help make it easier!
Amanda - MarocMama saved to Morocco Travel
These 10 expressions/phrases are used on a daily basis. It includes: greeting, apologizing, thanks, congrats and polite phrases. If you are interested
Are you headed to Morocco and worried about how to communicate with your taxi driver? Or do you already live here and find yourself stressing about how to argue with the Radeema office about your outrageous bill? Believe me, I get it! And I’m here to help!
Remote Ramblers saved to Travel to Morocco
This Lesson explains conjugation of The Verb to HAVE in DARIJA in Present, Past and Future tense and another meaning of this verb in DARIJA.
Pepi Cubel saved to Moroccan
These are lessons with audios to help you learn the Moroccan Arabic Darija, If you want to hear how do many phrases and expressions sound in Moroccan Arabic ...
Expressing Possession In DARIJA is something you may need in your daily conversations and is accomplished by the word Dyal or Suffixes.
Shhhhsecret saved to Learning arabic
This is the tastiest homemade date milkshake ever, says a girl who wasn't even that into dates until adulthood ;)It's easy, healthy and nutritious and perfect for Ramadhan, Suhr, Iftaar or just for an everyday normal breakfast. To this day I'm still not much of a milk fan either, but I like it when its with cereals, puddings and milkshakes. You have to try it ;) Makes 3 glasses.
Sara L. saved to Ninja Power