Hardware Vocabulary Quiz

Hardware Vocabulary Quiz

Here is a new quiz about the Arabic names of computer parts. Read the name of the part in Arabic and choose the right image.

The words are presented in sentences so you can practice reading comprehension and learn some verbs and expressions related to the computer. We will shortly publish another quiz to cover all items of vocabulary related to computer hardware.

Vocabulary

This is a simple quiz for names of parts of the computer  in Arabic [Hardware]. Read the sentence and  choose the right image.

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Professions

Professions

Here is a new quiz about the Arabic names of 20 professions. Read the name of the profession in Arabic and choose the right image.

Professions

This is a simple quiz for twenty professions in Arabic. Read the name of the profession in Arabic and choose the right image.

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Fractions [Basic]

Fractions [Basic]

The word for fraction is كَسْر which means [break]. because it is like breaking the whole into smaller fractions. The numerator (number above the line) is called [بسط] and the denominator (the number under the line) is called [مقام].

The basic fraction words are:

 

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Family [Basic]

Family [Basic]

This is a quiz through which you can practice and test your knowledge of the basic family words. This quiz can be used by teachers for testing or warping up a lesson about family members.

This chart can be used for illustration.

Family words

Family words quiz. Study the family tree and choose the correct answer to complete the sentence.
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Subject Verb Agreement

Subject Verb Agreement

The verb in Arabic includes the following items of information:

  1. Meaning
  2. Time reference
  3. Gender reference
  4. Grammar case [mabni/murab]
  5. Number

Subject-verb agreement [SVA], therefore, is an agreement of gender and number. Of course this is the case only when the verb follows the doer [subject] of the verb but not when the verb precedes the doer.

Look at the charts below and notice how [ا], [و], [ي] and  [ن] function as indicators of gender and number suffixed to the verb.

 

 

 

 

 

 

When the verb precedes the subject the verb is either singular masculine or singular feminine.

 

 

Now you can do this quiz to check your understanding of the Subject-Verb agreement.

Subject Verb Agreement

Try to complete the sentence with the correct form of verb that agrees with the subject [pronoun] given.

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Common Vocabulary [2]

Common Vocabulary [2]

Improve your Arabic vocabulary through this quiz.

This quiz includes the common names of animals in Arabic. This is good for revision and teachers can use it for testing after some lessons about animals.

Animals in Arabic [1]

This is a simple quiz for common animals in Arabic. Read the name of the animal in Arabic and choose the right image.

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Common Vocabulary [1]

Common Vocabulary [1]

Improve your Arabic vocabulary  through this quiz.

This quiz includes simple sentences such a ‘There are four seasons in the year’. All you have to do is to read the sentence and decide whether it is True or False. The quiz is designed to help learners of Arabic revise their basic knowledge of Arabic.

The quiz can also be used by teachers in the classroom as an icebreaker or to do some classroom competitions. Sentences in the quiz are simple. However,  the vocabulary used is essential for  everyday vocabulary every student needs such as, body parts, food items, places, jobs, animals, time.

Vocabulary [True/False]

Read the sentence and decide whether it is True for False.
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Fruit&Veg [images]

Fruit&Veg [images]

Learn and practice the names of common vegetables and fruits in Arabic by doing this quiz. The names of these vegetables are introduced within context. This is intermediate or advanced level. But those who can read Arabic can also do this quiz for revision.

Fruit&Veg2

This is a quiz about the names of vegetables and fruits in Arabic.
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General Knowledge

General Knowledge

These quizzes are designed to help students of Arabic have some fun while they are practicing reading. They are designed in a way that you can learn some items of vocabulary within context. Illustrative images are provided to facilitate the learning process and give you hints to find the correct answer. Enjoy!

GK Quiz 1

Read the question and choose the best answer.

GKQuiz2

Read the question and choose the best answer.

 

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Gender

Gender

Nouns in Arabic can be either masculine or feminine.

MASCULINE nouns refer to male gender and have no sign of gender. they are noun from the meaning of the word, such as:

  • Student [طالب ]
  • Man [ رَجُل]
  • book [ كتاب]
  • king [ مَلك]
  • pen [قلم]

FEMININE nouns refer to female gender and are of two types:

EXPLICIT: the word has feminine gender indicators as:

  • taa marboutah [ ة ] :
  • shortened alif [ ى ]:
  • alif followed by hamza [اء]:


We usually change the masculine nouns by suffixing taa marbouta [ ة ] to the noun.


IMPLICIT: the word does not have any gender indicators such as:

  • mother [ أم]
  • daughter [بنت ]
  • sun [شمس]
  • eye [عين]
  • ear [أذن]

There are some old masculine proper nouns end with tea marbouta such as:

معاوية ، حمزة ، عروة ، طلحة


Some nouns that end with (ى) as the last radical of the root verb are NOT feminine, such as:

  • shelter [مأوى ]
  • young man  [فتى ]
  • guidance  [هُدى ]

Most names of body organs that are pairs such as eyes, ears, lungs, kidneys are feminine even if they don’t have feminine signs:

  • kidney [كلية ]
  • lung [رئة ]
  • leg [رِجل ]
  • hand [يد ]
  • eye [عين ]
  • ear [أذن ]
  • testicle [ خصية]

Feminine words borrowed from other languages  usually end with [ا]:

  • France [فرنسا ]
  • Germany [ ألمانيا]
  • music [ موسيقا]
  • mango [ مانجا]
  • potatoes [بطاطا]

Some nouns that end with hamza after (ا) as the last radical of the verb are NOT feminine.

  • judgement /jurisprudence [قضاء ]
  • winter [ شتاء]
  • building [ بناء]

Now try to do the quiz below to evaluate your understanding.

Gender

Look at the noun and choose whether it is feminine [مؤنث] or masculine [مذكر].


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