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Meet Ilham

I am a 25 year-old Moroccan girl. I've been studying English for four years, and because of the lack of practice during the last two years, I feel that my English skills are deteriorating. So I thought that it would help me improve my english if I joined your group.

Now I am working in a bank in Morocco. I like jogging and swimming, music and bellydancing, and watching Americcan movies.

Denilson's question to Ilham should go here

Ilham's reply, Sept 20, 2002

Thank you Denilson !

I think that the opera you have seen talk about the old Moroccan traditions. Well ... many years ago in Morocco, parents used to choose their daughter's future husband ... their son's future wife as well. Since girls used to marry their cousins, parents used to choose their daughter's/son's future partner since their childhood. ( example : when X grow up he is going to marry with Y ) and this was a decision; neither the girl nor the man had the right to refuse.

Now days everything has changed ( thank God) .... we just marry the one we choose Maybe there are still some cases in the country side.

I hope I made it clear to you.

this was about the Moroccan "old" tradition part. Islam is something completely different ... I will tell you about that next time... Maybe later today.

That's it from Morocco ... i need to go for now work is calling.

It's a great pleasure for me that I joined your group ...

nice to meet you all

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Last updated: September 18, 2002