Born in a land of souks, spices, ancient cities, and intriguing winding streets, Maghrebi or Moroccan Arabic is the fascinating variety of Arabic spoken in Morocco. This stunning language has influences from Spanish and French, as well as ancient Amazigh languages, due to its interaction with European and African cultures. Moroccan Arabic is different from modern Arabic, with its vocabulary, significant vowel shifts, and it’s ingrained French and Spanish phrases.
Used in almost all print media, entertainment, and commercial advertising, the language is spoken widely in this magical country. Now, where would a good setting for the Arabian nights be? Turn back the sands of time by learning and exploring this exotic Arabian language from the Kingdom of Morocco!
With our Moroccan Arabic – starter microlearning course, you can: