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Moroccan Arabic Introduction and Greetings

Jun 3

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6/3/2010 11:58 AM  RssIcon

Moroccan Arabic (Darija) phrases and words:  Introduction and Greetings

Hello Salam

How are you  Keef dayer?

I am good   koulshi labas

What’s your name?  Ashno smytek? 

My name is Syndey Smyti Syndey

How old are you?  Shehaal fe Omrek? 

I am 24 years old Eendi 24 Eame

Where are you from?  Mnine neta?  Or Mnine neti

I am from Miami,  Ana men  medina Miami

What do you do in Maimi? Ash Kader fe Maimi? Or Ash Kaderi fe Maimi

I am a journalist, Ana khddam sahafi or Ana Khaddama sahafia 

How long are you staying here? Shehaal neta henaya?

12 days  Tenash leyoum

Did you see the city? Shefti le medina?

Yes, most of it    Ah, sheft bezaff 

Did you like it? Aar gebatek ?

Yes       gebateni meziane

I have to go Ana ghadi nemeshi

Bye Beslama   


Note: lightblue highlights: When addressing with a female


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