What do they say in Morocco?

What do they say in Morocco?

Languages of Morocco
Vernacular Arabic dialects (92%) Moroccan Arabic: (91%) Hassaniya: (0.8%) Judeo-Moroccan Arabic (less than 1%) Amazigh languages (26%) Tarifit (4%) Tashelhit, including Judeo-Berber (14.1%) Central Atlas Tamazight (7.9%)
Foreign French (33%) Spanish (21%) English (14%)
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What is the typical greeting in Morocco?

Moroccans will say “salaam alykum” (hello) to everyone, even in large gatherings and they’ll ask about your health and the wellbeing of your family and children.

How do you say cheers in Morocco?

Bssaha ! Cheers! Bssaha ! Lay i âtik ssaha !

What are taboos in Morocco?

Prohibition on visiting mosques unless you are a Muslim. Do not offer alcohol to a Muslim unless you are in a bar or they are already imbibing. Do not eat or drink in public during Ramadan which is extremely rude. Do not offend the Moroccans with your revealing clothes.

How do you say cheers in Moroccan?

How do Moroccans say good morning?

sabba elkhir
good morning : sabba elkhir (saba’a el kher) “kh” to be pronounced as “ch” in Scottish “loch”.

What does Zwina mean?

Literally: Beautiful/good. Zwina is one of the most beautiful (ha) words in the Arabic language, in part because it can describe literally everything – the food is zwina, the weather’s zwina, this class is zwina.

Do they say Yalla in Morocco?

“Yallah” or يله = Let’s Go You will hear this word often when you go on a tour or follow a guide through the Medina (the old city). This is a common word and sometimes used twice for emphasis, Yallah Yallah, but it does not intend nor imply rushing, just some extra excitement.

Are Moroccan girls friendly?

Morocco ladies live a very conservative lifestyle like other Arabian countries. Morrocan girls are friendly and the women in Marrakesh are becoming more open-minded than before.

What are the basic words and phrases in Moroccan Arabic?

50 Basic Words and Phrases in Moroccan Arabic English Transcribed Moroccan Arabic Moroccan Darija in the Arabic Alphabet Yes Iyyeh / ah / wah إييه/ آه/واه No Lla لا Please (addressing a singular) 3afak عافاك Thanks Shokran شكرا

How do you Say Good Morning in Morocco?

Morocco: Important Phrases. good morning : sabba elkhir (saba’a el kher) “kh” to be pronounced as “ch” in Scottish “loch”. good night : maas elkhir (masa’ el kher) or Laila Saida [Moroccan Arabic] marhba bikoum = you are welcome : [Fr] vous etes les bienvenus.

What is the official language of Morocco?

‘Darija’ is the principal spoken language in Morocco. It is very different from classical Arabic. Eastern Arabic speakers can’t understand Moroccan Darija.

How do you say thank you in Arabic in Morocco?

Choukran: thank you [arabic] : pronounced ‘Shokran’ {Choukran is French spelling. Shokran is nearer to Arabic.} Hello/ ‘peace be with you’: Salam Alikome {salaam a eleikum is nearer to Arabic transliteration} Please: minfadlik (rarely used in Moroccan Arabic) Afak (Moroccan) or “Lah ihefdak” (may god protect you) pronounced Lay hefdak.