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Youssef ELHIRAR
prossessive pronouns in Moroccan Arabic الضمائر المتصلة

Hello everyone!
السلام عليكم
كيف دايرين؟ [how are you all?] [keef dayreen]
Today, I am going to teach other pronouns that we use in Moroccan Arabic, and with some examples.
So enjoy it.

examples:
كْتَابْ  [ktab] [a book]
كُرْسِي [kursi] [a chair ]
school (madrasa)مَدْرسَة
ktabi | my(M&F)

ktabak |your (M&F)
ktabu |his
ktabha |her
ktabna |our
ktabkum |your (M&F)
ktabhum | their (M&F)

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kursiya |my
kursiyek |your(M&F)

kursih | his
kursiyeha |her
kursiyena |our
kursiyekum |your all (M&F)
kursiyehum | their (M&F)

-------

madrasti |my

madrastak |your (M&F)

madrastu |his

madrastha |her

madrastna |our

madrastkum |your all(M&F)

madrasthum |their (M&F)

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So, we have in moroccan 3 situations. When the final letter is a consonant we do the same of "ktab", the final letter is a vowel "i,u" we do the same of "kursi", and when we have a "t" silent of feminin ة you do as we have done for "madrasa", "t"
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 do the same for these words
تِلِفُونْ ( telephone) [tilifun]
مْدِينَة (a city) ( mdina)
بْلاَدْ (a country) (blaad)
لُغَة ( a language) (lugha)

Regards

Feb 11, 2013 5:06 PM
Comments · 5

you can say :

بِخِيرْ

لَبَاس الحمد لله.

بخير الحمد لله

remember we say a lot this word

بَزَّافْ = a lot / too much

February 11, 2013

al-3afw Safia, qraay mazyan.

qraay ( learn)

February 11, 2013

I do agree with you, but in Moroccan arabic, we try to make Arabic too easier in spoken, because we usually speak fast. Yeah, your, we use it for m and f things. we don't care.

Actually about "kursiyek" somebody say that in Moroccan, specially from Wajda, agadir, and some other regions. But in other places they say: kurseek. without pronouncing "y".

Yeah, it's homework! Tongue Out

don't be lazy Narim

February 11, 2013

shukran sadiqi ^^

February 11, 2013

baraka Allahu feek :)

but I find it weird using the same word "Ktabak" for both feminine and masculine, it only sounds masculine to me. and " kursiyek" sounds only feminine.

is the rest Homework? ;) 

February 11, 2013
Youssef ELHIRAR
Language Skills
Arabic, Arabic (Maghrebi), Arabic (Modern Standard), Chinese (Mandarin), English, French, Japanese, Spanish
Learning Language
Chinese (Mandarin), Japanese, Spanish