Moroccan Arabic Grammar in Brief
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Moroccan Arabic Grammar in Brief

This is a brief guide to Moroccan Arabic Grammar for anyone
4.5 (14 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
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Last updated 4/2016
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Includes:
  • 1.5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Grasp the basics of Moroccan Arabic grammar
  • Know when to use nouns, adjectives and adverbs in a sentence
  • Know when to use prepositions in a sentence
  • Conjugate verbs in the present, past and future tenses
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Requirements
  • You should be interested in Morocco
  • You should be interested in the Moroccan Arabic language
Description

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.

Who is the target audience?
  • This course is intended for any beginner interested in learn Moroccan Arabic.
  • This course is not meant to teach you standard Arabic.
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Curriculum For This Course
29 Lectures
01:14:49
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Introduction to The Course
1 Lecture 01:11
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Alphabet
1 Lecture 07:34

You'll be learning all the Moroccan sounds, vowels and consonants.

Alphabet and Sounds
07:34
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Numbers
2 Lectures 09:21

Ordinal Numbers
02:12

Let's see if you can spell these numbers out!

Numbers Quiz
15 questions
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Nouns
3 Lectures 05:33
Definiteness (the V.S. a)
02:23

In this video, you're going to earn how to make the difference between the massuline and feminine nouns.

Gender
01:19


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.

Nouns Quiz
15 questions
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Pronouns
5 Lectures 10:06
Independent Pronouns
01:25



The Possessive
02:35

This and That - Hada and Hadak
01:54

Know all your pronouns!

Pronouns Quiz
18 questions
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Adjectives
1 Lecture 03:12
Adjectives
03:12

Adjectives Quiz
6 questions
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Adverbs
2 Lectures 04:49

Avderbs (cont.)
01:42

Adverbs Quiz
8 questions
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Prepositions
1 Lecture 04:35
Prepositions
04:35

Prepositions Quiz
9 questions
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Verbs
6 Lectures 13:00

Prenset Tense
6 questions

The Past Tense
02:01

Past Tense
6 questions

The Future Tense
02:57

Future Tense
6 questions

The Imperative
01:39

Imperative
6 questions

The Active Participle
01:44

Active Participle
5 questions

The Infinitive (Second Verb)
00:56

Infinitive
5 questions
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Modals
3 Lectures 02:56
Modal 'bgha'
00:46

Modal 'qder'
01:07

Modal 'xes'
01:03

Modals Quiz
8 questions
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About the Instructor
Mr. Abdeljabar Taoufikallah
4.5 Average rating
14 Reviews
460 Students
1 Course
Linguist and Computer Programmer

Abdeljabar is passionate about languages and computer languages, he got a bachelor degree in English studies - linguistics, and a degree in computer programming. He is a web developer, a blogger and a teacher.

Abdeljabar’s passion for languages and programming made him determined to teach what he knows about languages and computers. Determined to help his students to learn and master new tools, he will do his best in his courses to make it as easy to grasp as possible