Tashelhit language resources – Language Links Database

Tashelhit, also known as Shilha -  is a Berber language. It is spoken by more than eight million people in southwestern Morocco. The endonym is Taclḥit /taʃlʜijt/, and in recent English publications the language is often rendered Tashelhiyt or Tashelhit. In Moroccan Arabic the language is called Šəlḥa, from which the alternative English name Shilha is derived  In French sources the language is called tachelhit, chelha or chleuh.

More information: Wikipedia

Native speakers: 7,200,000 (2016)

Native to: Morocco

Tashelhit Grammar and Pronunciation


Tashelhit Reading Materials


Tashelhit Dictionaries


Tashelhit Listening and Video Resources


TV / Video / Movies


  • YouTube - The Sound of the Shilha / Tachelhit language (Numbers, Greetings, Phrases & Story)
  • YouTube - Learn Tashelhit playlist
  • http://snrtlive.ma/ - TV Station online

Radio




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