1994 Moroccan Arabic book by Abdelghani Lamnanouar, rewrote some lessons completely and added new material to arrive at the 2004 edition. Language an introduction to moroccan arabic and culture pdf Aicha Ait Cherif, Malika Boukbout, Mohamed Mahmoudi and Abdellah Ouhmouch contributed. Layout and design was by Morocco RPCV Stephen Menicucci. Trainees use the manual with their LCFs during the PST and with their tutors at their sites.
Its competency-based approach made it a reliable tool in learning the basics and survival Moroccan Arabic dialect in some weeks. Chapters of the 194 page 2004 version of the manual are available the FOM web site. Thanks to volunteer, Bill Day.
Users of this information should credit Peace Corps Morocco. On a related note, Bab Dar is the Peace Corps Morocco produced phrase book for Moroccan dialectical Arabic. FOM has permission to also transcribe it to the web.
Harrell, with Mohammed Abu-Talib, William S. Written in Latinate transcription for this reason, it is carefully designed to present vocabulary and grammatical points in a useful, cumulative order. After completion of the course, the user will have learned all of the essential information about the structure of Moroccan Arabic and be prepared to continue through real-life practice. Each of the 130 lessons consists of a text where a small number of phrases and sentences illustrate grammatical points, grammatical notes that provide an explanation of new grammatical material introduced in the text, exercises and drills of new grammar and vocabulary, and vocabulary lists of the new words introduced in each lesson.