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Youssef ELHIRAR
how to say "pronun+have+..." in Moroccan Arabic

السلام عليكم

salamu âlikum?

keef dayreen (how are you?)

Lyuma ghadi thadtu âla kifaash ghadi tquul bhaal had ljumla fel maghribiya.

Today were are going to know how you can make this sentence "pronoun+have/has+.." in Moroccan Arabic.

we talk about present, I have you have, she he has.... expect it has; in Moroccan Arabic, it has no "it". Let see some examples to understand better:

I have a car --------> âandi tumubeel [عندو توموبيل]

you have a book --------> âandak ktaab [عندو كتاب]

has she a computer in her house? ------> âandha shi computer f daar? [عندها شي كومبيوتر في الدار؟[

 

they have a phone = âandhum tilifuun [عندهم تلفون]

Yeap, as you see in these sentence the frist word means "have/has". Let us see some conjugation. " don't be scared it's simple"

ana âandi

nta âandak

nti âandak / âandki

huwa âandu

hiya âandha

nha âandna

ntuma âandkum

huma âandhum

Now, be happy ! you know how you can say: I have, you have, she he has..

Now, we can do some practice: let us go!

complete these sentences with all pronouns in Moroccan Arabic.

example: ktaab

ana âandi ktaab

nta aandak ktaab

hiya âandha ktaab.....

the words :

sahab = friend (M)

daar = house (F)

warqa = page (F)

adresa/ adres = adress (F)

 

 

 

Feb 24, 2013 5:33 PM
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Youssef ELHIRAR
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Arabic, Arabic (Maghrebi), Arabic (Modern Standard), Chinese (Mandarin), English, French, Japanese, Spanish
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