How to ask and say how old you are in Moroccan Arabic

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Asma Wahba


Today you’re going to hear how to ask and say how old you are in Moroccan Arabic.

Be sure to listen to the lesson on numbers so you can substitute the example with your own age.

Sample sentences:

  • How old are you?
  • How old are they?
  • I’m 25 years old.
  • They’re 9 nine years old.

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