This course was created with Moroccan Arabic learners in mind; it should be fairly easy for anyone interested in learning Moroccan Arabic grammar, so if you’re interested in grasping Moroccan Arabic then welcome aboard!
In this course, you will learn about the very basic components that make up the sentence in Moroccan Arabic: nouns and pronouns, adjectives and adverbs.
It should take less than two hours to complete with the accompanying exercises included; It is divided into the components that make up grammar of the language.
This course also contains PDF documents of Moroccan Arabic vocabulary in different categories: nouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbs. You will also find exercises under each section that will help you further grasp the subject.
You'll be learning all the Moroccan sounds, vowels and consonants.
In this video, you're going to earn how to make the difference between the massuline and feminine nouns.
You'll need to tell which article to use with definite nouns: add 'L' or double the first consonant of the noun. Next, some nouns (which are masculine) need to be made into the feminine and vice-versa. Last, grasp the basics of the plural.
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