Shukran bzzzzzzef 3ala sa7i7 l kalam dyali.
3ndkum l-7aq: l-kataba dyal darija machi sahl ida ma-kayn-shi l-qanun. hnaya, f-esh-shmal, ka-n-3mlu-h shuya f-l-Triqa spanyolia. en-naS ma-kai-hadro-shi bzzef l-faransya, f7al l-janub, w kaynin bzzef elli ka-i-hadru wla ka-i-fahmu spanyiol. I will try to adaptate my writing.
Darija-lover, don’t worry… Madridista don’t scare me. He is right about the dialectal differences. Nowadays, the casawi dialect is growing up because the television, radio and internet, but in Tangier there is a focus of resistence: “Shinu 3indek ntina, l-3ayl?”
And yes, there is some hate between north and south or between some cities (like Tanjah - Tetwan). People in the north are really “racists” towards south people. They have a word -and is not a nice word- that applies to everybody who lives below the line La3rach-FaS : “3aroby”. In south they say that northern people, specially from Tanjah and Tetwan, they are “ma3agazin, wlad dial spanyiolin”, or that they speak like girls… It’s funny if you are not in the fight, because is not a necessary, a real deep hate.
But I only will “hate” Madridista because of his/her nickname :fouet: I’m “barsawi”, and as you probably know, the real “fight” in morocco now is the soccer one!
Tanjawi, l-uden 3la lakhbar, l-3in 3la l-b7ar, es-s**a 3la l-hjar.