Hi there, I just told my friend I was going to go in Morocco this week, and he answered me this:
Aah mzn marhba bik,
O marhba bik 3andi ila nghiti tzorni f mdinti
I know that marhba bik is “Welcome to you”, but don’t know what is “Aah mzn”
Then, 3andi marhba bik it’s probably " I have a welcome to you(?)" that looks like “I can welcome you”, and from the other part I just get "if you’re going to tzorni in city " (what is this -ti added at the end of mdin standing for?)
Thank you a lot in advance!