Use these flashcards to demonstrate the basic Arabic grammar (Nisba) in describing the singular masculine/feminine nationality. For best results, adjust the printing setting to 6 slides horizontal per sheet.
Teach your student how to say "More please" of Arabic coffee in a an actionable, super fun and engaging way. While this activity is based on Alif baa book (Unit 6: At the coffeehouse), but you can certainly use it on its own.
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Make the distinguishing of masculine and feminine words an effortless task for your adult students with this bundle. First, explain the grammar using the flash cards. Then apply this knowledge using in-class activity. Finally, provide copies of the vocabulary lists in Saudi dialect so your student can complete their homework.
This exercise does bring this very basic Arabic grammar to life and makes it quite relative to your students'. The bundle contains the homework instructions and three pictures of the illustrated example.
This activity is meant to enhance the junior learners' ability of memorising and narrating stories in Arabic.
The kit includes the open source files of visual presentation, the transcript and a letter for the parents to use as a template.
Based on the book: Let's learn Arabic Vol. 1.
Encourage your students to formulate complete phrases of numbers and numbered in Arabic. This collection of clip arts allow for masculine, feminine, singular, plural, question with how many and answers with I have (literally for me) combinations.
Great guidance for an automating-reading activity. Based on unit 8 of the first book Arabic between your hands series.