This week Year 6 have enjoyed learning how to tell and read the time in arabic. During the arabic lesson they have been learning:
How to ask for time in Arabic:
1- “kami as-sā’ah?” كم الساعة؟ (What time is it?) or
2- “kami as-sā’ah al-ān?” كم الساعة الأن؟ (What time is it now?).
How to read and tell the different forms of time (e.g):
Quarter past – والربع
Twenty past – والثلث
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Our wonderful online students aged 10-11 have been practising writing in Arabic. They went on to describe how they celebrated their Eid day! Children who read have better language skills. For our students who are learning the Arabic language read, speak and now have the essential writing skills.
Writing in Arabic helps you become familiar with the language. It's also a great way to learn new vocabulary, grammar and get a feel for the style without needing to formally study writing. Essentially, Read more [...]
Our home-schooled children have been writing all about the topic My House and how they spend their weekends during Arabic lessons.
They have produced some excellent written work to reflect this.
The children have also focused on comprehension which involved reading texts and answering the questions.
During Arabic this week some of the students have been learning about the Sun and Moon Letters.
The consonants are divided into two groups, called the sun letters or solar letters (Arabic: حروف شمسية ḥurūf shamsiyyah) and moon letters or lunar letters (حروف قمرية ḥurūf qamariyyah), based on whether they assimilate the letter lām (ﻝ l) of a preceding Arabic definite article al- (الـ), which is an important general rule used in Arabic grammar.
The 14 Sun-letters Read more [...]