In Morocco, people don’t use Reais. They use Dirhams.
With Dirhams people buy Sandals, Kaftans and Slippers in the Souks.
If you are hungry, you can eat dates and apricots at a food stall in the Souk.
But Souks are very special. In a Souk, one stall can contain Sandals, Kaftans, Slippers, fish bowls, birds in cages, jewelry and Fez. It’s amess!
1) Watch the video:
2) Answer the questions to learn more about Morocco. (The answers are at the end of this post):
1. What’s the name of Moroccan money?
2. What can you buy in a Souk?
a) Food. For example: apricot, dates, spaghetti, sandwich.
b) Clothes. For example: kaftans.
c) Everything! In a Souk there are many different products.
3. When you are ‘Hungry’, what can you eat in a Souk?
a) Apricot and Dates. These are popular foods in Moroccan Souks.
b) Dirhams. This is a typical food in Moroccan Souks.
c) Kaftans. This is a traditional food in Moroccan Souks.
ANSWERS: 1: c) 2: c) 3: a)