October 15, 2019 11

Weekly Moroccan Arabic Words with Chaima – Travelling

Weekly Moroccan Arabic Words with Chaima – Travelling

[سلام (salam)] This is Chaima again. Welcome
to Arabic weekly words and let’s find out this week’s topic travel [السفر (al
safar)] traveling. First word is [سوڭ] means to drive. In Moroccan Arabic, we say suq هو كايسوڭ مزيان دانا من
مراكش للدا ر البيضاء ف جوج سوايع و نص huwa kaysūg mizyān dāna min marrāksh lddār
lbīḍa fjūj swāyaʻ w noṣṣ. He is a good driver, he took us from Marrakesh
to Casablanca and it took only two hours and half. Next word, ركب ف الطيار ة to fly. We don’t really have like a translation
for that but we say [أخد الطائرة(akhada aṭṭa’ira)] which literally translates
to take the plane but in Moroccan Arabic Darija we say [rkab f tayyara] like he was on the
plane. هو ما كيحملش يسوڭ كياخد
الطيارة ديما huwa kamayḥmilsh ysūq kayākhd ṭṭayyāra
dīma He doesn’t like to drive, he flies all the
time. Next word حقيبة which means suitcase and in Moroccan Arabic
again, we use a French word which is [صاك (sak)] هي كانت مسافرة غي يومين
و كانو عندها جوج صكان hiya kānt msāfra ghī yumīn w kānū ʻindha
jūj ṣikān. She was traveling only for three days and
she had two suitcases, weird. Next word تدكرة [تيكي] means ticket. Sometimes in Moroccan Arabic, we’d say the
French word which is [billet] but we also say ticket ticket أنا مسافرة السمانا الجايا
و مازال ما شري ت التيكي ديال الطيارة ana msāfra ssimāna jjāya w māzal machrītsh
tikīdyāl ṭṭayyāra. I am traveling next week and I haven’t bought
the plane ticket yet. Next word [وصل] is to arrive and we almost have the same words in Darija. We
say w’sal الطيارة ديالو وصلت معطلة
بزاف،كان خاصو يوصل مع 12 و وصل مع 3 ṭṭayyāra dyālu wiṣlat mʻaṭṭla
bizzaf kān khāṣu yūṣil mʻa ttnāsh wṣil mʻa ttlāta. His plane was really late. He was expected
to arrive at 12 and he arrived at 3. That was it. Thank you for joining us and
I will see you next week, [بسلامة (bslama)] bye bye.

11 Replies to “Weekly Moroccan Arabic Words with Chaima – Travelling”

  • Flo Kruse says:

    Can you please do standard arabic and not a specific dialect

  • cashcroom says:

    I love this series. Keep it up Chaima! 😀

  • BobRenoir says:

    Great to see concentrating on Darija / Moroccan! 🙂 I will need it in 3 weeks when I am in Maroc 🙂 greetings from Serbia

  • Saida V says:

    Why do u say standard arabic word and then u make an example on Moroccan? I don't really understand this dialect, I thought the videos will be totally in standard arabic


    العربية والدارجة كلهم كياكلوا الشحط،.

    شيء آخر يقود وليس يقوذ.

    next time, please take care of how to spell words.

  • Rena omer says:

    omg am a native moroccan speaker and this is really hard to learn good luck

  • MiniMiniTini says:

    I´m learning to speak moroccan fluent. This is perfekt way. It´s good that you use both classic and moroccan. It´s good to hear the difference. I just want to ask if you can talk little slower? I have seen all the videos and there are some you talking fast. shockran bazaf

  • Salah Uthman says:

    to fly in standard Arabic is طار يطير

  • Hazel Shmikira says:

    Thank you! It's so hard to find helpful videos to learn Darija and there's already few books on it as well.

  • pcinsb says:

    thank you for providing this. we will visit morocco for the first time in a few weeks.

  • Brotato says:

    Like sa7a
    0:35 Properly you can translate it to took the plan or traveled by a plan also in Moroccan Dialect we say : rkeb f teyara ,
    this is gonna be useful to who would know something about Moroccan soon i'm gonna be doing a tutorial for traveleds a guidance exactly about how to say the most common words they need to use while roaming Morocco it would be short effective and time saving for those who looking to learn it from a native speaker. good job tho

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