Arabic Learning Resources > Moroccan Arabic Resources
Moroccan Arabic is part of the group of Maghrebi Arabic. It is the primary language spoken in Morocco. There are 21 million native speakers of Moroccan Arabic. The language has great influence from the Berber languages. In addition, French and Spanish has their influence. Typically, people who know Moroccan Arabic can also understand speakers of Algerian Arabic.
View the resources in the table below to help you learn Moroccan Arabic.
|A Practical Guide to Learning Moroccan Darija||Moroccan dialect with a clear pronounciation system. Very useful for street talk.|
|Live Lingua||Based on Moroccan Dialect. Courses from Defense Institute and Foreign Service Institute that include an eBook and accompanying audio.|
|italki Arabic||Connect with Arabic tutors and practice your conversational skills.|
|Talk In Arabic||A service that teaches you how to speak in Arabic dialects.|