Peace Corps - Tashelhit Language Lessons

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In order for trainees to move quickly into TashlHeet, this module uses a system of transcription that substitutes characters of the Latin alphabet (a, b, c, d) for characters from Arabic script. With this system, it isn't necessary for a trainee to learn all of Arabic script before he or she begins to learn to the language. On the contrary, once you became familiar with the system, of transcription, you will be able to "read" and "write" TashlHeet fairly quickly-using characters you are familiar with. You will also learn Arabic script during training, but with transcription it isn't necessary to know it right away.

Throughout the book, therefore, you will always see both the Arabic script and the transcription. Becoming familiar with the Peace Corps system of transcription is one of the best things you can do, early on, to help yourself learn TashlHeet. Practicing the different sounds of TashlHeet until you can reproduce them is another. This introduction is intended mainly to help you get started the system with of transcription, and as a result it will mention only briefly the different sounds of TashlHeet.

Morocco: 1963-present

Morocco: Youth Development, English Education, Environment and Health

Tashelhit (Shilha) is spoken in: Morocco

Tashelhit (Shilha) has no known alternate names.

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