Hello, Timshaw9.

Today is a story about an interesting language that is spoken in Morocco.

The main official language of the Morocco is Arabic.Moreover, because there is a past ruled by France, it seems that France language is spoken widely.

First of all it’s interesting at this point.Arabic language and France… It is a rainy day blend.

When I went on a trip to Malaysia before, I became friends in the mosque with my uncle from Morocco, but I was certainly speaking Arabic and France language.(To other tourists who visited the mosque, not against me)

Well, there are two types of Arabic that are broadly divided.

  • Written by Hushar
  • Different dialects/spoken words of Arnmiyah in each country

In the actual conversation, the dialect is used, and it is likely to use the Hushar when writing.

Now, I was interested in Arabic Morocco dialect (Darija).

Let’s go on a journey to feel Morocco language!

What is a Darija?

I’ll ask you first.

When I know a new language, I first find and listen to the music in that language.

So first of all, let’s listen to the Darlija music.


Like this.

How is it?I love this pronunciation in private, it is the best.


This darija seems to be influenced by Arabic & France Languages & Spain & Berber languages.

The Morocco is so close to the Spain that it has its influence, and the Berber language is also one of the official languages of the Morocco.

So there are a lot of words France word and Spain words borrowed.

The combination of this Arabic & France language and Spain is the strongest.It’s pretty og.


I said, “I use the Hushar when I write,” but the chat with a friend seems to be written in the Darrija.

However, because there is no official Arabic character notation in the Darija, it represents a combination of Latin alphabet and numbers.

Let’s take a look at some of the lyrics of Trap Beldi earlier in the experiment.

Men Derb Sultan, Issam Fennan-Mirikan Me
n Derb trap Lbeldi jebna l3ezz F Motobécane N
har ntzewjo l3a9a Ndiro story 3y A9a f voiture Mégane
Sa7bi dégage, We9tek sala F’ar La Cigale

From genius.com

Like this.It is the best.

What is interesting is that the “9” in this darija represents the same “Q” pronunciation as Japanese.

The best.

At last

It has become a completely self-full article, I wrote that I thought that I could share the Darija even a little in the person of the pronunciation fetish of the language as well as me.

I also investigated in detail for the first time today, I’m sorry if there is a mistake.

Have a good day!Essalamo 3alikom!

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