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Where are you from?
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Where are you from?

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This worksheet allows students to practice conjugating the verb “to be” to match (personal) pronouns, and to practice matching nationalities and countries. Format allows you to edit in Word.
Jobs (الوظائف) Reference Sheet
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Jobs (الوظائف) Reference Sheet

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This is a study guide for Arabic speakers learning English. It has vocabulary equivalents in their first language and Arabic explanations of English grammar involved when talking about jobs. Students can use this reference sheet as an at-home study guide or you can also use it as the unit content in an ESL course.
Meetings and Greetings (اللقاءات والتحيّات) Reference Sheet
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Meetings and Greetings (اللقاءات والتحيّات) Reference Sheet

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This is a study guide for Arabic speakers learning English. It has vocabulary equivalents in their first language and Arabic explanations of the cultural aspects involved when introducing themselves and others. Students can use this reference sheet as an at-home study guide or you can also use it as the unit content in an ESL course. There are some colloquial phrases used to demonstrate the formal and informal registers used in English.
Personality and Emotions (شخصيّة وعواطف) Reference Sheet
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Personality and Emotions (شخصيّة وعواطف) Reference Sheet

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This is a study guide for Arabic speakers learning English. It has vocabulary equivalents in their first language and Arabic explanations of English grammar involved when talking about personality and emotions. Students can use this reference sheet as an at-home study guide or you can also use it as the unit content in an ESL course.
Family and Relationships (العائلة والعلاقات) Reference Sheet
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Family and Relationships (العائلة والعلاقات) Reference Sheet

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This is a study guide for Arabic speakers learning English. It has vocabulary equivalents in their first language and Arabic explanations of English grammar involved when talking about their family and relationships with others. Cultural concepts are also included and explained in Arabic. Students can use this reference sheet as an at-home study guide or you can also use it as the unit content in an ESL course. WARNING: Some cultural notes, about dating and divorce, may not be suitable for children.
Clothes and Shopping (الملابس والتسوق) Reference Sheet
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Clothes and Shopping (الملابس والتسوق) Reference Sheet

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This is a study guide for Arabic speakers learning English. It has vocabulary equivalents in their first language and Arabic explanations of English grammar involved when talking about clothes and shopping. Cultural concepts are also included and explained in Arabic. Students can use this reference sheet as an at-home study guide or you can also use it as the unit content in an ESL course.
Physical Apperance (المظهر البدني) Reference Sheet
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Physical Apperance (المظهر البدني) Reference Sheet

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This is a study guide for Arabic speakers learning English. It has vocabulary equivalents in their first language and Arabic explanations of English grammar involved when talking about physical appearance. Students can use this reference sheet as an at-home study guide or you can also use it as the unit content in an ESL course.
Countries and Nationalities (البلاد والجنسيات) Reference Sheet
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Countries and Nationalities (البلاد والجنسيات) Reference Sheet

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This is a study guide for Arabic speakers learning English. It has vocabulary equivalents in their first language and Arabic explanations of English grammar involved when talking about their nationality, where they’re from, and where they live . Cultural concepts are also included and explained in Arabic. WARNING: Cultural notes on race and ethnicity include racial slurs. THIS IS NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. Please see the child-friendly version. Students can use this reference sheet as an at-home study guide or you can also use it as the unit content in an ESL course.
A Visual Explanation of Family Terms in English and Arabic
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A Visual Explanation of Family Terms in English and Arabic

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This visual aid was created with Arabic speakers learning English in mind, but it can also be useful for English speakers learning Arabic. It includes blended family terms like stepmother and half-brother as well. This can be a useful guide for students of all levels of English or Arabic.
The Grocery Store/Supermarket (بقالة وسوبر ماركت) Reference Sheet
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The Grocery Store/Supermarket (بقالة وسوبر ماركت) Reference Sheet

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This is a study guide for Arabic speakers learning English. It has vocabulary equivalents in their first language and Arabic explanations of English grammar involved when talking about the grocery store. Cultural concepts are also included and explained in Arabic. Students can use this reference sheet as an at-home study guide or you can also use it as the unit content in an ESL course.
Daily Routines (الروتين اليومية) Reference Sheet
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Daily Routines (الروتين اليومية) Reference Sheet

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This is a study guide for Arabic speakers learning English. It has vocabulary equivalents in their first language and Arabic explanations of English grammar involved when talking about their daily routines. Cultural concepts are also included and explained in Arabic. Students can use this reference sheet as an at-home study guide or you can also use it as the unit content in an ESL course.
Things in the Home (أشياء في المنزل) Reference Sheet
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Things in the Home (أشياء في المنزل) Reference Sheet

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This is a study guide for Arabic speakers learning English. It has vocabulary equivalents in their first language and Arabic explanations of English grammar involved when talking about things inside the home. Students can use this reference sheet as an at-home study guide or you can also use it as the unit content in an ESL course.
Getting-to-Know-You Bingo
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Getting-to-Know-You Bingo

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This a quick icebreaker that gets your students up and moving as well! Students go around, writing down the names of their classmates who identify with the fact written in the square. These are simple facts like, physical appearance, order of birth, birthday, hobbies, etc… However, this activity is not suitable for absolute beginners (of English language learners), and possibly young children. If you have Microsoft Word, it’s easy to edit this to suit your needs.
Numbers Flashcards
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Numbers Flashcards

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So yes, there are blank sides where there are usually pictures. I used these when I was tutoring children, and I took stickers of whatever they liked and used those to represent the numbers. For example, a little girl from China really liked princesses, so I made these flashcards with princess stickers and had her count how many princesses were on the card to get the answer. You can personally make these cards for someone, or you can turn this into a lesson where the kids personalize the cards themselves with markers, crayons, colored pencils or stickers. These are suitable for English language learners of all ages and mother tongues.