Morocco is a country of many languages and many Moroccans speak two or more languages. Morocco's official language is Classical Arabic, however people tend to speak a Moroccan Arabic dialect. Following Arabic are the three dialects of Berber, namely Tarifit, Tamazight and Tashelhit, spoken mostly in rural areas.
Most people enjoy a bit of light evening entertainment and Television is often the easiest and most convenient way to see to that need. During your time in Morocco you will find that there are quite a few different TV stations and channels that you can investigate and enjoy at your leisure.
Though most of us are not born linguists, striving to achieve even a small level of communication between ourselves and the inhabitants of the country we are visiting can be a most rewarding endeavor. Because of the varied historical influences on the people of Morocco, there is a large variety of languages spoken throughout the country. In order to help you in your pursuit to communicate ...