Moroccan Adverbs

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Moroccan Adverbs

Learning the Moroccan Adverbs is very important because its structure is used in every day conversation. The more you master it the more you get closer to mastering the Moroccan language. But first we need to know what the role of Adverbs is in the structure of the grammar in Moroccan.

Moroccan adverbs are part of speech. Generally they're words that modify any part of language other than a noun. Adverbs can modify verbs, adjectives (including numbers), clauses, sentences and other adverbs. Here are some examples:

English AdverbsMoroccan Adverbs/ Arabic Script
adverbs - : ظروف
I read a book sometimeskanakra ktabe marra marra - أقرأ كتابا احيانا
I will never smokemaamary nakmy - أنا لن ادخن ابدا
are you alone?rake bwahdake - هل أنت وحدك؟

Notice the structure of the Adverbs in Moroccan.

List of Adverbs in Moroccan

Below is a list of the Adverbs of time place manner and frequency in Moroccan placed in a table. Memorizing this table will help you add very useful and important words to your Moroccan vocabulary.

English AdverbsMoroccan Adverbs/ Arabic Script
adverbs of time - : ظروف الوقت
yesterdaylbarahe - أمس
todayliyoume - اليوم
tomorrowghadda - غدا
nowdaba - الآن
then - ثم
latermane baade - فيما بعد
tonighthade lilla - هذه الليلة
right nowfhade saa - في الوقت الحالي
last nightlillte lbarahe - ليلة أمس
this morninghade sbahe - هذا الصباح
next weeksimana jaya - الأسبوع المقبل
alreadydike lmarra - سابقا
recentlylmarra lakhra - مؤخرا
lately - مؤخرا
soonkribe - قريبا
immediatelyflablassa - فورا
stillbaki - لا يزال
yetmane baade - بعد
agomnine - منذ
adverbs of place - : ظروف مكان
herehada - هنا
therehnake - هناك
over theretammake - هناك
everywherefkoulle blassa - في كل مكان
anywheref aye blassa - في أي مكان
nowherehatta fblassa - لا مكان
homedarre - منزل
awaybiide - بعيدا
outbarra - خارج
adverbs of manner - ظروف من الطريقة
verybazzafe - جدا
quitehiya hadike - تماما
prettyzwine - جميل
reallydbassahe - حقا
fastmazroube - سريع
wellmaziane - جيد
hardmtabbate - الثابت
quicklybazzarba - بسرعة
slowlybashwiya - ببطء
carefullymbarraa - بعناية
hardlybsououba - بالكاد
barelybjra - بالكاد
mostlyfalghaibe - في الغالب
almosttakribane - تقريبا
absolutelyitlakane - إطلاقا
togethermaahe - معا
alonewahdou - وحدها
adverbs of frequency - : ظروف من التردد
alwaysdima - دائما
frequentlybazzafe - كثيرا
usuallytbiaa - عادة
sometimesmarra marra - أحيانا
occasionallymarra marra - أحيانا
seldommashy dima - نادرا ما
rarelymashy dima - نادرا
neveramrou - أبدا

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