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First thousand words in Arabic

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About this book

First thousand words
First thousand words in Arabic

  • A bilingual English/Arabic word book illustrated with busy scenes and labelled pictures to help children learn key Arabic vocabulary.
  • Includes an explanation of the Arabic alphabet and English/Arabic word list. Words are written in Arabic script, with a pronunciation guide in Roman letters.
  • Readers can hear how to pronounce all the Arabic words by listening to a native speaker on the Usborne Quicklinks website.

Reader Reviews

The Usborne First thousand Words in Arabic
I have been teaching young children Arabic for over 5 years and use this book over and over. It is a joy to use. I play many games with it, such as memory games: the children have two minutes to contemplate one of the pictures, say 'the countryside', and then say or write what they remember from the picture. The illustrations are memorable and fun. I can't recommend this book enough.

Jalila, 27th May 2011
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Arabic is really good to learn it's fun but it's hard. The First Thousand Words in Arabic helped me a lot. I love it!

Sarah, 17th May 2008
Fantastic book , would recommend it to anyone.
I have two children who vary in age but they both enjoy this book. It really helps them along with learning Arabic, as well as helping me when I can't remember the name of something. I can't think of a time I haven't found a word I was looking for!

nadia alrakami, 4th July 2007

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