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Not so good in Moroccan Arabic

Moroccan Darija

Not very good in Moroccan Arabic

“Not so good” in Moroccan Arabic can be expressed as “Mashi Mezian”. This is a way of saying that something is not very good.

Here are some examples of when you can use it, for example, if you ask someone how you are doing while you are sick, the answer is: “Mashi Mezian, Ana Mraid! (Not so good, I’m sick)” (this is for male because we have added “Marid” which means sick, for female, it is “Mashi Mezian, AnaMarida (Not so good, I’m sick)”, so an “a” at the end of “Marid”.

Greetings in Moroccan Darija (Moroccan Arabic/Berber)

The adventure of discovering a new language is always exciting! Here are some enchanting Moroccan words and phrases that you will encounter regularly during your stay in Morocco. These linguistic treasures are written in the enchanting Moroccan dialect, also known as Moroccan Darija.

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