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Moroccan Arabic, also known as Darija, is the language spoken in the Arabic-speaking areas of Morocco, other than in official communications of governmental and other public bodies, which use Modern Standard Arabic, as is the case in most Arabic-speaking countries. It is within the Maghreb Arabic dialect group.
Moroccan Arabic has a distinct pronunciation and is nearly unintelligible to other Arabic speakers apart, to a certain degree, from those from other Maghreb countries. It is grammatically simpler, and has a less voluminous vocabulary than Classical Arabic. It has also integrated many Berber, French and Spanish words. Other Moroccans speak Berber languages such as Tashelhit and Tarifit.
There is no clear cut between Moroccan Arabic and Modern Standard Arabic, most Moroccans would more or less understand the Modern Standard Arabic spoken on Satellite TV channels like Al Jazeera. Depending on their cultural background and the more they are literate, some will prefer to use arabic words instead of their French or Spanich borrowed countreparts, while others often adopt Code-switching between French and Moroccan Arabic. As everywhere in the world, how you speak, what words or language you use is often a very good indicator of your Social class and even religious opinion in Morocco.
While being a natural localisation of Classical Arabic due to geographic and historical reasons, as French evolved from Vulgar Latin. Moroccan Arabic suffers from being perceived as a minor and bastardized version of Arabic. Moroccan Arabic probably suffers from the fact that Arabic is the language of the Coran which serves as a reference. While being the native language of nearly 20 Millions people in Morocco, Moroccan Arabic is rarely written, this situation probably explains the high illiteracy rates in Morocco.
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