and another one... somebody can translate this plz?

??? ?? ??? ??? ?? ???
??? ??? ??? ??? ??? ??? ?? ??? ?? ??? ?? ??? ?? ???
… ?? ?? ??? ??? ??? ?? ??? ??? ? ??? ?? ??? ???
??? ???

it’s a saying or something like that?

and also, what does: ??? mean?

ok very bad translation…not sure on a couple words but yes that kind of weird sort of poetry again

Cry, sky and shout with pain


We choose silence it doesn’t necessarily mean ??? (we are gullible or something like this, easily fooled?) or that we are not aware of what is going on around us

But rather that we have a desire to explore the other and the extent of the depths of personality

In order to uncover (??) it

al samt means silence

Thank you so much, it may be hard to believe but this is actually making sense to me now! :stuck_out_tongue:

I’m happy to find people kind enough to translate these things for me. I really want to learn that language sometime, but I am already practising french now and have other lessons too… so it will have to wait for now. And I will rely on kind strangers for now :slight_smile:

you are welcome here, many resources when you want to start. also if you are interested in moroccan dialect, french will help you a great deal.

I was looking at the lessons a bit, but don’t really know where to start yet.
In fact I am learning french because I already knew that a bit and it seemed easier to me to brush that up then learn moroccan from nothing. But I already found out that english does not help a lot when I am visiting morocco, so I want to learn some language they understand there.

if you are new to arabic, a good place to start would be the alphabet. this is a great way to learn ( you should also practice writing the letters, though you need no writing for darija)

next, have a look at some of the videos on this site, to build some vocab and hear words.

3rd i would recommend going through the resources here

once you have mastered that, you can start trolling around the archives of this forum and find a HUGE amount of vocabulary, lessons and examples. there are many videos on youtube for listening as well. and you could probably check out the peace corps manual, i doubt it would hurt

Thank you for those tips, I will look into them and hope I can find some time to learn the basics of the language.

Now another (silly?) question, the darija you talk about… that is what I would call moroccan language? Or is is some dialect in moroccan?

I found the Peace Corps manual to be the best source.

yes it is the language of morocco.

Okay thanks :slight_smile:
And I will go look at that peace corps site too then.