Most Moroccans are very proud of their new King Mohamed 6. This king put Moroccon on the right path of democracy, human rights, economic development. During the Arab spring, the only revolution seen in Morocco was an extraordinary Economic revolution, creating more jobs and improving peoples living conditions. Long live the king!! in Arabic you should say: Aash Al-Malik!
This might be of use during Your Trip
English-/ French- / Arabic-
Yes/Oui/Yeh ( Hay)
Thank You/ Merci /Choukrane
Very Much/ Beaucoup/ Bzef (Bzeff)
Please /S'il vous Plait /Minfadlik (Min Fadlik)
Good Day/ Bonjour/ Sbah El Khir (Sba 'Lkir)
Good Night/ Bonsor/ Massa El Khir (Massa 'Lkir)
Goodbye/ Au Revoir/ Bessalama (Besslama)
Water/ Eau /Elma
Coffee /Cafe/ Kahoua (Kahwa)
Tea/ The /Atay (Ateille)
Bread/ Pain/ Khobz (Khobze)
I found Lonely Planets Moroccan Arabic Phrase Book to be quite useful-As well as Moroccan Arabic, there are French and Berber translations.
I found that in Marrakech, just using Berber Please and Thank You, got me a discount (to locals price) in taxis etc!
So far in Morocco I had managed to escape the local toilet. Until Ouarzazate that is. I won't go into detail, the one I used was uncomfortably small and I felt pretty unwell beforehand, lets just say I was glad when it was over!
On sundays and during the orange season do like locals do and enjoy a tasty and freshly squeezed orange juice in the Sunday souk (market). 5 dirhams for a big glass.