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Moroccan Daarijah Dialect

ARA 315

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This is an introductory course in a widely spoken Arabic dialect in Morocco called Daarijah where Arabic and Indigenous Tamazight, the language of the Indigenous people of North Africa come together, making this language variety very rich and authentic. Students will learn the language of everyday life of conversation, commerce, administration, family, celebration, politics, spirituality, and literature. It is also familiar far beyond the borders of Morocco, given migration patterns from North Africa to Europe and the Americas. For these reasons, Daarijah is one component to achieving more linguistic and cultural competency in Arabic.
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Section C01