Arabic Without Tears - Book Three
The Third book for younger learners
Arabic Without Tears is a colourful, lively series designed to teach Arabic to younger learners.
This third volume builds upon the reading skills taught in the first two books of the series by introducing the child to a
wide range of useful common nouns, grouped according to theme. These include: household objects, people and
relationships, items of clothing and stationery, fruit and vegetables, colours and parts of the body. Sentence
structures are kept short and simple and include basic questions such as ‘What is this?’, ‘Who is this?' and ‘What
colour is it?’, together with suitable responses, as well as ways of expressing likes, dislikes and preferences. The
singular attached possessive pronouns are taught, as are the demonstrative pronouns ‘This’ and ‘That’.
Written exercises include extensive copying practice to help the child to memorise new words while improving
their handwriting, as well as question-based tasks that require the child to provide a suitable answer.
Some classroom games and activities are also suggested to help pupils learn the two-hundred-word vocabulary
introduced in this book.
- Dr. Imran Alawiye
- Anglo-Arabic Graphics Ltd
- 29.7 x 21cm