good job guys!!!
boo_rayyan yes 2 typos sorry for that - italfaza is correct and i believe we always use the form tfaraj- tfaraj means to watch and faraj means to show someone something, according to one of my moroccan bros...
it is the blind leading the blind here, as i am not a native speaker. i think before too long though we will have another native speaker stop by who can give us some good sentences or insight
najia: fein ghadi a yassine?
yassine: ana ghnla3b chi match ma3 drari as7abi.
najia: w malik ntaya wach nsiti khassak ta3oun babak fel khedma lyoum?
yassine: 9al lia tal apres midi
najia: wakha awildi 3ndak mata3talch llghada2.
yeah you guys got it!!
in the first sentence, i put ghadi so you can see the way we can use this word alone, usually in front of a verb to show the future tense, to say where are you going
ghnla3b i put in to show the way sometimes we slur this word into the verb so listen for that and dont be confused
tal - people use this word to say 'until' or 'leave it until'...if u ask someone if you can do something with them, maybe they say 'tal ghada', it just means lets do it tomorrow instead. or if someone asks you if something is happening today maybe they will say the same thing, to mean it is not happening until tomorrow. i dont know where this word comes from linguistically and i would be interested to know. i only hear it in moroccan darija.
3ndak - in addition to 'you have', this also has the meaning of 'take care'...the famous example is the donkeys coming through the middle of the small street with the man behind them yelling alternately 'balak' and '3ndak'...look out...however combining 3ndak + ma [present verb] ch is a construction for saying, take care that you do not...also i believe you can say '3ndak tji', make sure to come, so using the non-negated form to say make sure that you DO do something.
also you should be able to tell from context that this is a mother-son conversation
the other word for apres midi (sorry yes that was french that you may commonly hear) would be 3achia, the afternoon.