Greetings in Arabic Dialects [Moroccan]

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Hello Readers of “Aprender Palavras” today we are going to start a series of articles with greetings in dialects or spoken Arabic, from several Arabic-speaking countries, today we are going to start with beautiful Morocco.


Come on:

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Portuguese (Moroccan Arabic) الدارجة
You welcome (merhba) مرحابة
Hello (Salam) اسلا
I forgot


(Nssit) نسيت
How are you? (kīf halek?) كيف حالك؟
(labas' lik?) لاباس عليك؟
I'm fine and you? انا بخير شكرا ونتة؟
(ana bekhīr shukran, wenta?)
What's your name? (shno smītek?) شنو اسميتك؟
(asmītek?) اسميتك؟
My name is… (ana smītī…) انا سميتى…
(smītī…) سميتى…
Where are you from? M (mnīn nta?) منين انت؟
F (mnīn ntī?) منين انت؟
Pl. (Mnīn ntūma?) منين
I came from ...

Or I'm from…

(ana men…) انا من…
Nice to meet you (metšerrfīn) متشرفين
Good Morning. (ṣbah lkḥīr) صباح الخير
Good afternoon. (mselkḥīr) مساء الخير
good night (lla yemsek 'la khir) الله يمسك علي خير
bye (lla yemsek 'la khir) الله يمسك علي خير
Enjoy your food. (besseha) بالصحة
I get it. (fhemt) فهمت
Do not understand (ma fhemtsh) ما فهمتش
Please speak more slowly. (tkellem beshwīya afak!) تكلم بشوية عفاك
Please speak again. ('awwedha' afak) عودها عفاك
Do you speak English (wash kat'ref neglīzīya?) واش كتعرف نجليزية؟
You speak Arabic? (wash kat'ref l'arbīya) واش كتعرف العربية؟
Yes a little. (īyeh, ghīr shwīya) ايه ، غير شوية
Excuse (smeh līya) اسمح لي!
How much? (beshhal?) بشحال
(beshhal hadīk?) بشحال هدك؟
excuse me (aasif) اسف
Please ('afak) عفاك
Thank you

Thank you very much.

(shukran) ﺷﻜﺮﺍ
(shukran bezzef) شكرا بزاف
You're welcome (bla zhmīl) بلا جميل
(la shukran ʿla wazhb) لا شكرا علي واجب
(barak llāhū fīk) بارك الله في
Where is the bathroom? (fīn kein lbīt lma?) فين كان البيت الماء؟
I love you (kenbkhrīk) كنبغيك
No (La) لا
Yes (Iyyeh, ah, wah)  إييه ، آه ، واه
Can you help me? (Wakha t3awnni?)  واخا تعاوني

NOTE: The audios here are from the “Omniglot” website and some phrases have been translated and adapted.

I leave this video with audio and other words:

That's it for today… until the next dialect!