Usborne Quicklinks: beginners’ Arabic vocab with pronunciation

First-1000-Words-in-Arabic My students all share my love for the Usborne First 1000 Words in Arabic (a series which covers dozens of other languages), and now we’re all delighted to discover that the Usborne website also has audio files for all of the vocab included.

Go to this site, and enter a page number from 4 to 55, and you’ll find vocab galore🙂

http://www.usborne-quicklinks.com

Page 4 – things around the house

6 – the kitchen

8 – the garden

10 – the workshop

12 – the street

14 – the toy shop

16 – the park

18 -wild animals

20 – transport

22 – the countryside

24 – the farm

26 – the seaside

28 – school

30 – hospital

31 – doctor’s surgery

32 – at a party

34 – supermarket

36 – food at the dinner table

38 – me and my body

39 – clothes

40 – people & jobs & family

42 – everyday activities (verbal nouns)

44 – opposites

46 – time phrases (days of week, day, night etc)

47 – holidays & special occasions

48 -weather, seasons

49 – pets

50 – sport & hobbies

52 – colours, shapes

53 – numbers up to 20

54 – funfair

55 – the circus

Due to copyright, this website may only be available to those in the UK. Sorry if you can’t access it! It’s still worth getting a copy of the beautiful book – and look out for the notorious sneaky baTTah on every page

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About Ruth Ahmedzai Kemp

Literary translator from Arabic, German and Russian into English
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