Description

Arabs are highly sociable people and family play a very important part in their lives. In Arabic A1.2, learn how to introduce family members and describe people.

When a man is being introduced to a woman, he should wait to see if she extends her hand towards him first. It is not customary for Muslim women to shake a man’s hand in public settings. When a Western woman is introduced to a Muslim man, she also should respectfully wait for him to make the first move instead of extending her hand first in a greeting.

The so-called ‘personal space’ might be slightly smaller in the Middle East than it is in some Western countries. Try not to move away when a person steps closer as you might unwillingly offend them.

* All cudoo language Microlearning courses are mapped to international CEFR levels and “Can Do” statements

Course Content

Lessons Status
1

Lesson 1: Fruits Revision

2

Lesson 2: Vegetables Revision

3

Lesson 3: Food Revision

4

Lesson 4: Some new food items

5

Lesson 5: Table items

6

Lesson 6: Some Restaurant items

7

Lesson 7: Verb to like in Arabic

8

Lesson 8: Negate Verb to like

9

Lesson 9: Verb to prefer in Arabic

10

Lesson 10: Negate Verb to prefer

11

Lesson 11: More restaurant vocabulary

12

Lesson 12: Let us practice more verb to eat

13

Lesson 13: Let us practice more verb to drink

14

Lesson 14: Let us practice more verbs to like and to prefer

15

Lesson 15: Colours revision

16

Lesson 16: More colours

17

Lesson 17: What colour is this - Part 1

18

Lesson 18: What colour is this - Part 2

19

Lesson 19: Adjectives revision

20

Lesson 20: Noun-Adj Agreement - Masculine nouns

21

Lesson 21: Noun-Adj Agreement - Feminine nouns

22

Lesson 22: Noun-Adj Agreement - Definiteness - Part 1

23

Lesson 23: Noun-Adj Agreement - Definiteness - Part 2

24

Lesson 24: Noun-Adj Disagreement

25

Lesson 25: May I have a table for two please

26

Lesson 26: Revision of the restaurant unit

27

Lesson 27: Directions Revision

28

Lesson 28: Imperative in Arabic

29

Lesson 29: Verb to want

30

Lesson 30: Negate Verb to want

31

Lesson 31: Road signs

32

Lesson 32: More Road signs - Part 2

33

Lesson 33: More signs - Part 3

34

Lesson 34: More places

35

Lesson 35: How to read a map in Arabic

36

Lesson 36: Introduction to the plural in Arabic

37

Lesson 37: Masculine Sound Plurals

38

Lesson 38: Feminine Sound Plurals

39

Lesson 39: Broken Plurals

40

Lesson 40: Revision of the unit

41

Lesson 41: Future

42

Lesson 42: Verb To Go future

43

Lesson 43: Verb To Do Future

44

Lesson 44: Verb To Work Future

45

Lesson 45: Verb To Eat future

46

Lesson 46: Verb To Study future

47

Lesson 47: Time Expressions

48

Lesson 48: Time unit revision

49

Lesson 49: Dialogues in the Future Tense

50

Lesson 50: Hobbies

51

Lesson 51: Hobbies pt1

52

Lesson 52: Hobbies pt2 Dialogues

53

Lesson 53: Seasons

54

Lesson 54: Weather

55

Lesson 55: Verb To Feel future

56

Lesson 56: Verb To Feel future negative

57

Lesson 57: Body Parts