Ordinal Numbers in Morocco Arabic

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Welcome to ArabicMorocco.wordpress.com. On this page you you will learn about ordinal numbers in Arabic. While traveling is pretty much useful to have some basic knowledge of numbers and to know how to count in the local language.

Morocco has fantastic souks (markets) and you can practice your language skills counting while buying some fruits or vegetables. Enjoying off the beaten parts of Morocco gives you the change of exploring a different way of seeing the country.

Learn Moroccan Arabic: Ordinal Numbers

  • First – LUWWEL
  • Second – TANI
  • Third – TALET
  • Fourth – RABE’
  • Fifth – KHAMES
  • Sixth – SADES
  • Seventh – SABE’
  • Eight – TAMEN
  • Night – TASE’
  • Tenth – ‘ASHER

Useful Phrases in Morocco Arabic

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Welcome to ArabicMorocco.wordpress.com. On this page you you will learn some basic and easy phrases in Moroccan Arabic. While you travel to Morocco it’s essential to know some key phrases in order to enter deep down in the culture and get to know people better as you can actually interact with your phrases in Moroccan Arabic.

Learn Moroccan Arabic: Useful Phrases

  • Hurry up Please – SERBI AFAK
  • Slow Down Please – BESHWIYA ALIK AFAK
  • I’m Ready – ANA MOUJOUD
  • Are You Ready? – ASH NTA MOUJOUD?
  • Leave Me Alone Please – KHLINI TRANKIL AFAK?
  • What is the Matter With You? – MALEK?
  • Where Are You Going? – FIN GHADI?
  • Good Afternoon – MSELKHIR
  • Please I Want One Ticket to Marrakech – BGHIT WAHID LWARKA L MARRAKSH AFAK

Basic Greetings in Moroccan Arabic

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Welcome to ArabicMorocco.wordpress.com. On this page you will learn Moroccan Arabic and specially the basics of Greetings. When you travel to Morocco you have to understand that most people will not speak English, this way you’ll have to learn some words just to get around easily and also to make people happy as Moroccan people love that foreigners speak their language. Also good to travel is to Learn French as the majority of people will be able to communicate in this European language.

Learn Moroccan Arabic: Basic Greetings

  • Hello – SALAM ALEIKUM
  • Goodbye – BISLAMA
  • Thank You – SHUKRAN
  • Excuse Me – SMEH LIYA
  • How Are You? – LABAS?
  • How is Your Family? – LA-ILA LA BAS?
  • Good Morning – SBAH LKHIR
  • Good Afternoon – MSELKHIR
  • How’s it going? – LABAS ALIK?
  • Fine Thank You – LABAS, BARAK LLAHU FIK
  • How Are You Doing? – KI DIER?
  • Is Your Health OK? – SEHA LABAS?
  • Are Your Children OK? – DRARI LABAS?

Spices and Condiments in Moroccan Arabic

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Welcome to ArabicMorocco.wordpress.com. On this page you will learn Moroccan Arabic and specially the basics for Spices and Condiment words. With this quick vocabulary you’ll be able to shop in Marrakech or any other city in Morocco. Explore the souks and tiny streets, adventure youself around the southern oases and kasbahs near Ouarzazate, and make a CamelTrekking in Sahara Desert near Merzouga dunes.

Learn Moroccan Arabic: Spices and Condiments

  • Clove – QRUNFEL
  • Cumin – KAMUN
  • Ginger- SKENZHBIR
  • Cinnamon – QERFA
  • Sesame -ZHENZHLAN
  • Saffron -ZAFRAN
  • Salt – MELHA
  • Pepper – LEBZAR
  • Paprika – FELFLA HAMRA
  • Olive Oil – Zit LEOUD
  • Oil – ZIT
  • Mustard – MUTARD
  • Jam – KUNFITUR
  • Hot Sauce – HRUR
  • Hot Pepper – FELFLA HARRA

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