Vocabulary Quiz

Vocabulary Quiz

This quiz is designed to help you improve your reading skills in terms of both accuracy and fluency. The very simple sentences used in this quiz are intended to help you make quick link between the verb and the object. For instance, the verb [to eat] [آكل] is used with the object that is edible such as [apple] [تفاحة] while the other options or distractors are inedible such as [pen] and [chair] in such a way you increase your observational skill when reading and improves your memory. The simplicity of such quizzes is meant to save the efforts of the students when they struggle with long sentences and get lost in translation sometimes. The quiz is meant to improve the word-attack skill rather than sentence-attack skill.

Verbs (Quiz 1)

Complete the sentence with the correct object/noun:


Vocabulary Quiz

Vocabulary Quiz

Here is a new quiz about 20 opposites [antonyms]. Read the word  in Arabic and choose the opposite.

Opposites

Some opposites in Arabic

Stationary Items

Stationary Items

Here is a list of the most common stationary items used by students. Have a look at the items and their Arabic names. Then test your memory by taking the quizzes below the list.

 

QUIZ 1 

Name in Arabic and four images as options, three of which are distractors.

Stationary Items

This is a simple quiz for names of items students use . Read the name of the item in Arabic and choose the correct image.

QUIZ 2

Image of an item and for names in Arabic as options, three of which are distractors.

Stationary [reading]

This is a simple quiz for names of items students use . Look at the image and choose the Arabic name for the item in the image.

 

Reading Signs and Notes [Arabic GCSE]

Reading Signs and Notes [Arabic GCSE]

This quiz includes expressions taken from Edexcel GCSE past papers. Good for GCSE students who want to practice Unit 3: Reading and Understanding in Arabic

Read the expression in Arabic and choose the English equivalent.

Sign Reading

Some common expressions [Signs and warnings]  in Arabic and their English equivalents. 
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.

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.

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:

 

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.
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.

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.