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Language Learning
Topic Started: Tue Feb 3, 2015 12:22 pm (2,519 Views)

I know it's a very unique dialect, but it is ultimately still Arabic. Most of my friends who've gone to Morocco just study MSA and French, and then pick up a little Darija once they're there. I highly doubt anyone there expects foreigners to learn Darija before going.
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