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Vous faites souvent des voyages au Maroc et vous voulez savoir ce que les marocains racontent quand ils parlent devant vous et bien cette application est faite pour vous. Elle contient pleins de mots français traduits en dialecte marocain qui s'appelle le daRija.


Le Maroc compte deux langues officielles à savoir l'arabe et le berbère. Chacune des deux langues est parlée sous différentes formes dialectales, alors que l'arabe classique est la langue administrative.

D'autres langues comme le français, et dans une moindre mesure, l'espagnol, sont aussi très présents au Maroc, tandis que l'anglais gagne du terrain dans le monde des affaires et des échanges internationaux.

Avec cette application, vous allez apprendre pas mal de mots et de phrases qui se prononcent fréquemment durant votre séjour au Maroc.

Elle est aussi destinée aux adultes et aux enfants qui résident à l'extérieur du Maroc et qui n'ont pas la chance de fréquenter des marocains pour converser et pratiquer leur dialecte natal.

L'application est aussi utile pour le visiteur de l’Algérie et la Tunisie puisque la plus part des mots marocains sont aussi utilisés par les algériens et les tunisiens et vice versa.

L'application contient le menu suivant:

- Aide
- Lettres à savoir
- Mots usuels
- Salutations
- Les pronoms personnels
- Les nombres
- Pronoms possessifs
- Pronoms démonstratifs
- Famille
- Couleurs
- Mois, jours, ...
- Membres du corps
- Fruits et légumes
- Vêtements
- Animaux et insectes
- Nourriture
- La nature
- La maison
- La cuisine
- Emplois et métiers
- Le verbe avoir
- Test (pour mettre en valeur ce que vous avez appris)
- Chez l'épicier
- Chez le medecin
- Les visiteurs
- La douane
- Verbe vouloir
- Phrases usuelles
- Le temps

Une version ios (pour iPhone, iPad ...) est disponible sur App Store.You often make trips to Morocco and you want to know what Moroccans say when they speak in front of you and this application is made for you. It contains lots of French words translated into Moroccan dialect called daRija.


Morocco has two official languages ​​namely Arabic and Berber. Each of the two languages ​​is spoken in different dialect forms, while Classical Arabic is the administrative language.

Other languages ​​such as French, and to a lesser extent Spanish, are also very present in Morocco, while English is gaining ground in the world of business and international trade.

With this application, you will learn a lot of words and sentences that are pronounced frequently during your stay in Morocco.

It is also intended for adults and children who live outside Morocco and who do not have the chance to meet Moroccans to converse and practice their native dialect.

The application is also useful for visitors to Algeria and Tunisia since most Moroccan words are also used by Algerians and Tunisians and vice versa.

The application contains the following menu:

- Help
- Letters to know
- Usual words
- Greetings
- Personal pronouns
- Numbers
- Possessive pronouns
- Demonstrative pronouns
- Family
- Colors
- Month, day, ...
- Body members
- Fruits and vegetables
- Clothes
- Animals and insects
- Food
- Nature
- The House
- The kitchen
- Jobs and trades
- The verb "to have
- Test (to highlight what you have learned)
- At the grocer's
- At the doctor
- Visitors
- Customs
- Verb "to want
- Usual sentences
- Time

An iOS version (for iPhone, iPad ...) is available on the App Store.

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