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Moroccan Arabic Audio

Moroccan Arabic Audio Recordings

Take the guesswork out of learning Moroccan Arabic

Don't guess the pronunciation, hear it!

Have you ever struggled to make yourself understood when reading out a Moroccan Arabic word you only saw written down or only heard once?  You are not alone.

We have been recording a native speaker and adding the audio recordings to our dictionary entries to take out all the guesswork.  By becoming a member of our site, you will be able to access these recordings and play them as many times as you need to perfect your pronunciation.  

Choose a membership level to suit your needs:

Free Membership

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  • Access our audio recordings in 50 dictionary entries
  • Test out our audio recordings for free with no commitment
  • Great for beginners

Full Audio Membership

29.90 19.90 / one year *
  • Access ALL our audio recordings for a whole year (currently in 600 dictionary entries with more coming soon)
  • Good for beginner, intermediate and advanced language learners
  • 1/3 off if you subscribe now.
  • Secure payment through PayPal (you can pay by card without needing a PayPal account)
  • No Adverts
  • More audio and extra content for members being added over the coming months
  • * 19.90€ = Approx $21 / £17 / 210 DH

Frequently Asked Questions

When learning a language, listening to the sound of new words is so important.  In our opinion, the audio recordings are the most useful part of our dictionary and are worth paying to access. 

We have tried to keep the price down to make it accessible for everyone. It’s only 22 Euros per year  (around the same price as just two hours of language lessons with a language school) and you can access the audio as many times as you like, whenever you need to, thoughout the year.

We are paying a local person to give us permission to record their voice and use it on our site and we are paying for the audio files to be stored and accessible.  Also, there is a lot of work involved in editing and attaching each audio file to each dictonary entry.  We need your support to make all of this possible.

Once subscribed and logged in, the orange speaker icon appears in each dictionary entry that has audio.  It will appear like this:

noun

kheezo [خيزو] m
, s kheezowa f, pl kheezowaat

The free membership will enable you to access 50 of our audio recordings without needing to give your payment details.  This will enable you to see how it works and hear the quality of our audio recordings for as long as you need. You can then choose to upgrade to access all our audio recordings if and when you’d like to.

Yes, to upgrade to “Full Audio Membership” login to the site, go to “Profile” in the menu, and click on “Renew subscription”.  This will take you to PayPal to pay for a one-year subscription and then you will have full access using your existing login details.

For the “Full Audio Membership” this is a one-time payment for one year of access.  You can choose to renew your subscription at the end of the year, if you’d like to.  There is no automatic renewal.

Our “Free Membership” has no renewal date so you can continue to use your login for as long as you like.

Our “Full Audio Membership” will last for one full year.  At the end of the year your subscription will expire.  You will will still be able to login but only have access to “Free Membership” content until you choose to pay for another year. 

To renew and get full access for another year go to “Profile” in the menu and then click on “Renew subscription”.  This will take you to PayPal to pay for a new one-year subscription.  We will send you a reminder e-mail one week before your subscription is due to expire.

No, you have the option to pay by debit or credit card without a PayPal account.

When you subscribe and click to Pay though PayPal, you will be taken to PayPal’s site and you will have the option of signing in with a PayPal account or paying by card without a PayPal account.

The price is set in Euros because most of our site users are in or from Europe but you can pay with a bank card or PayPal account from any country. 

If you have a paypal account in a currency other than Euros, the price you pay in your currency will be determined by PayPal’s exchange rate.  If you pay by bank card and your bank account isn’t in Euros, the exchange rate and any additional bank charges will depend on your bank.

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