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Most Influential Arabic Newspapers

With hundreds of Arabic newspapers across the world, both state-backed and independent, it’s harder than ever to choose between outlets. That’s why we’ve compiled this list of the most influential Arabic language newspapers.

Our methodology combines quantitative measures of a paper’s reach and impact, with qualitative factors to provide an overall influence score. It considers both the overall footprint of the publication, as well as measures of influence. Searchers online are more likely to find higher ranking papers in a search due to the number of pages on its site, as well as the number of links referencing the papers’ individual web pages.

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Arabic Summer Fees

Arabic Summer Fees,

50 Words of Arabic Origin

  • ALGEBRA (الجبــر: More on the eponymous founder of Algebra as an independent mathematical discipline here.)
  • ALGORITHM (خوارزم: More on the eponymous founder of algorthimics here.)
  • ALKALINE (القلوي: Meaning “non-acid, basic.”) 
  • ALMANAC (المنــــــاخ: Literally meaning “climate”)
  • AVERAGE (From Old French avarie, itself from the Arabic term عوارية, meaning “damaged goods”, from عور meaning “to lose an eye.”)
  • AZIMUTH (السمــــــــت: This concept is used in several fields, such as الفلك/astronomy، هندسة الطيران/aerospace engineering، and فيزياء الكم/quantum physics.) 
  • CIPHER (صِفـــــــــــــــــــــــــــر: The term “cipher” is now mostly applied in cryptography—see الكَندي/Al-Kindi’s work.)
  • ELIXIR (الإكسيــــــــــــــر: Something like a“syrup”—also an Arabic term, possibly borrowed from Persian.) 
  • NADIR (نظيـــــــــــــر: It is the opposite of the zenith.)
  • SODA (صـــــــــودا.)
  • ZENITH (سمت الرأس: Literally the “azimuth of the head”، it is the opposite of the “nadir.”) 
  • ZERO (same as “cipher.”)

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Device in Arabic

Arabic Vocabulary

Device in Arabic

Using Documentaries in Teaching Arabic Poetry

The easy access to new technologies had transformed language teaching and learning in more ways than we can count it. Watching documentaries can keep students engaged and motivated. Film documentaries are highly authentic materials that can be an excellent learning tool in Arabic language learning classes. Teaching Arabic literature, poetry in particular, was always a great challenge to students and teachers. It requires a competency on a top of competency (Saussy 2005, 19). Arabic poetry is full of words and vocabulary that is not used in Modern Written Arabic. It is the aim of this study to integrate documentary films in teaching Arabic poetry to Arabic learners, and to develop appropriate approach to Arabic poetry. This pilot study is an attempt to see how Arabic learners benefits from using one documentary series called On the Footsteps of the Arabs “على خطى العرب” to learn about Arabic poetry . The TV programeme, produced by Al Arabiya television channel and presented by Eid Al-Yahya. The overall aim of this study was to introduce Arabic poetry through an authentic visual context, where students can have a full visual context to help them grasp the cultural references, styles, an content of Arabic poetry.

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Arabic Linguistic Affiliation

Linguistic affiliation

Arabic is a Semitic language of the Arabo-Canaanite subgroup (Ruhlen 1987). Arabic and Canaanite—which includes Hebrew, Phoenician, and several extinct languages—are distantly related to Aramaic. Other even more distant relatives are the Semitic languages of Ethiopia and Eritrea (such as Amharic and Tigrinya) and Akkadian, an extinct language once spoken in Mesopotamia. Semitic is a branch of the Afro-Asiatic family of languages, the bulk of which are spoken in Africa. Afro-Asiatic has several major branches: Semitic, Berber, Chadic (including languages such as Hausa), Cushitic (including languages such as Somali), and Ancient Egyptian, whose modern descendent, Coptic, is preserved as a liturgical language. It should be noted that the minority languages collectively known as South Arabian spoken by about 50,000 people altogether in Oman and Yemen are more closely related to the Semitic languages of Ethiopia and are not dialects of Arabic.

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Key Stage 4 Arabic

Learning at KS4 builds upon the work done in KS2/3.

Key Stage Four (Years 10 & 11)

GCSE’s are the typical pathway for most young people in Key Stage 4 although some learners, where appropriate, will start their GCSE course in Year 9. GCSE courses are assessed at the end of the course but there are regular opportunities to assess progress throughout the year.

Many schools are now starting KS4 in Year 9 so they operate a three-year KS4. This might allow more time for pupils to cover GCSE content, but there is a concern that it narrows the curriculum too early

ADLS | Arabic Daily teaches Key stage 4 Arabic, contact us for more info.

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Jamaica Arabic Tutor

Find your ideal private Arabic language schools, teachers or tutors in Jamaica.

Contact Arabic language teachers or schools and meet for customised one to one Arabic lessons in Jamaica, alternatively start on-line Arabic lessons using SKYPE or Webcam.

If you cannot find teachers in this list, our teachers database is updated daily, so please come around again.

If you are a freelance Arabic language teacher, tutor or run your Arabic language school in Jamaica, and looking for great students/or Arabic teaching jobs, just create your professional profile and advertise yourself.

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Learning Arabic in Kuwait

Those who are moving to Kuwait for work will probably be offered language training in Arabic if it is a necessary part of the job, while many foreign companies in Kuwait use English as the main language for work. There are several language schools in Kuwait which offer a variety of courses, ranging from short intensive courses to evening courses for people who are able to take more time. The classes differ in price and style. Visit the following websites to find out more:

Learning Arabic in Kuwait guide

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Portugal Arabic Tutor

Arabic lessons in Lisbon

Find your perfect private arabic tutor in Lisbon.
Learn arabic with our teachers at home or in their studio.

Apprentus is the best way to find high-quality teachers in hundreds of different subjects. From math tutoring to yoga, our mission is to provide thousands of searchable and bookable classes.

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The importance of Arabic

Learning Arabic

There can be no doubt that learning the Arabic language should be one of the top priorities. Indeed, it is one of the basic necessities for a person who wishes to study Islam.

Likewise, the teaching of Arabic is equally a priority for those who wish to impart Islamic knowledge to others. This is especially the case when the student is young.

The only reason of this is that the Arabic language is the language of our religion. The Quran was revealed in Arabic. Allah says:

Indeed, We have made it an Arabic Quran that you might understand. (Al-Zukhruf 43:3)

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Arabic Listening Paper

Arabic Listening Paper

Gambia Arabic Tutor

Find your ideal private Arabic language schools, teachers or tutors in the Gambia.

Contact Arabic language teachers or schools and meet for customised one to one Arabic lessons in Gambia, the, alternatively start on-line Arabic lessons using SKYPE or Webcam.

If you cannot find teachers in this list, our teachers database is updated daily, so please come around again.

If you are a freelance Arabic language teacher, tutor or run your Arabic language school in Gambia, the, and looking for great students/or Arabic teaching jobs, just create your professional profile and advertise yourself.

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Arabic Fiction Prize 2020

DUBAI: The International Prize for Arabic Fiction has announced its 2020 winner, Abdelouahab Aissaoui, for his novel “The Spartan Court.”

Algerian novelist Aissaoui’s first novel “Jacob’s Cinema” was published in 2013 and came first in the novel category of the President of the Republic Prize. He recently won the Assia Djebar Prize, widely regarded as the most important prize for the novel in Algeria. 

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Fundamentals of Arabic Grammar

Fundamentals of Arabic Grammar

Mohammed Sawaie (author)

Paperback (24 Dec 2013) | English, Arabic

£45.99

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Talk in Arabic

Review – try out this Arabic learning programme to learn Arabic like a native…

Saudi Arabic refers to several distinct varieties of Arabic spoken in Saudi Arabia. The two most popular being Hejazi (Western variety native to Jeddah and similar to Egyptian) and Najdi (central).

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A History of the Arabic Language

The Arabic language is not well known in the Western world. Having studied the language for almost three years now, I could be considered something of an expert on the language. Thatís not to say, however, that I always knew a lot about Arabic. I certainly wasnít an expert when I initially decided to fulfil the non-Indo-European language requirement for my Linguistics major by studying Arabic instead of Chinese, as I had previously planned. In fact, my knowledge of Arabic up to that point could probably have been summed up in one succinct phrase: I think Arabs speak Arabic!

The fact that Arabic is not well known in the Western world should perhaps be considered a point of regret considering that the Arabic language is spoken natively by over 150 million people (Kaye 664). Moreover, it functions as a liturgical language for the hundreds of millions of Muslims throughout the Earth. It is truly one of the great modern languages of the world. At the same time, as I have learned through my study, Arabic is not a language without deep historical roots. In fact, the history of the Arabic language is one which spans the centuries from well before the advent of the Christian era to modern times. In this paper, I will trace the history of the Arabic language from its roots in Proto-Semitic to the modern linguistic situation in the Arabic-speaking world. In particular, I will focus on the various phonological, morphological, and syntactic changes which together have created Arabicís unique dialectal situation.

Brian Bishop
Linguistics 450
April 24, 1998

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Box in Arabic

Box in Arabic

Place in Arabic

New Website | adls.co.uk

https://www.adls.co.uk

Dear all,

Due to limitations on our current website we have decided to get a new website. We may still occasionally post from arabicdailyonline.com but most of our new posts shall be posted from adls.co.uk. ADLS is the parent company for arabicdailyonline.com, ADLS Services is actually our registered business name.

As usual do not expect too much posts as we are too busy to keep up with regular posts, whether on the website, facebook or elsewhere.

We have also decided to have this new website in time for our ten year tutoring anniversary next year, 2021.

Our email remains the same, arabicdaily@gmail.com.

Our phone number remains the same, 0786 786 2520.

This new website is launched on a day when schools in London and the UK have shut down, until further notice. We intend to keep providing our online lessons and in fact we have already begun to experience an increase in online lessons. We do GCSE Arabic for 2021 and beyond iA, we also do Quranic Arabic, A’ level, KS3 and basic Arabic lessons. In addition we also do translation services. Our home tuition and examiner services have ceased for the time being until the situation with COVID-19 improves.

Look after yourselves out there.

ADLS | Arabic Daily Language Support Services

GCSE Arabic Exam 2020****Postponement****Corona Virus/Covid-19

Re: GCSE Arabic Exam 2020 Postponement

 

Dear Colleagues and Parents,

This is a quick update to inform you that due to the ongoing Corona Virus pandemic all speaking and/or reading, listening and writing exams may have to be rescheduled, we cannot therefore guarantee availability of a speaking examiner for the time being.
Teachers are reluctant to travel to homes or centres at this time so until further notice or update we shall be scaling back some of our services.
It is not known how long the current uncertainty shall last but we recommend that you do not slack on your studies or revision. There is also a potential lockdown in London by the government, which may curtail movement around town.
Do note that all online lessons offered by Arabic Daily are not affected and we shall be continuing with remote, online lessons via Skype or Google hangouts in preparation for the exam, just incase anything changes, and general Arabic related lessons. Contact us for more info on our online learning option.
All home tuition shall be cancelled henceforth. We understand your frustrations but certain measures must be taken to protect you, your loved ones, us and our families.
****Pearson-Edexcel have released a statement on their website that the GCSE exams will not be held in May and June of this year. We understand by that this will include the speaking paper also and that the exam may be deferred until a later date in the year. https://www.pearson.com/uk/educators.html
Do remember to:
• self isolate where necessary.
• essential travel only advised.
• understand what to look out for.
• try to remain calm and hopeful.
• do not block up the emergency lines with minor irritations.
We wish you all the utmost safety in these unprecedented times.
Kind Regards
Sulaiman Abdul Wahaab and Team.

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Sequencing Grid – Pearson-Edexcel MFL

The Sequencing Grid for Pearson-Edexcel GCSE Arabic Speaking Exam

SOURCE: Pearson-Edexcel Specification-and-Sample-Assessment Materials

An introduction to the new 9-1 GCSE Sequencing Grid

 

Arabic Examiner for GCSE Arabic

Arabic Examiner for GCSE Arabic

 

Visiting Examiner for GCSE Arabic in London and Greater London.

Whether you are a school that has one or more candidates entered for the Arabic GCSE exam for summer 2020 or you are a parent with a child wanting to take the exam this year or in the future we may be able to help.

We have visited numerous schools over the past 10 years with the Pearson-Edexcel old specification from 2009/10. We have been all around London and as far as Bury St Edmunds. We have also started with the new Pearson-Edexcel specification from summer 2019.

If you know anyone taking the exam this year or next then talk to us. We can inform you about prices based on your location and whether you are taking the exam at school or a private exam centre. Alternatively if you wish to prepare for Arabic GCSE or Arabic in general without the exam then we do that also.

Here is a reminder of our services:

Visiting Arabic Examiner (for GCSE Arabic).

Visiting Speaker (Anti Terrorism and Gangs).

Online Arabic tuition (from age 6/7 and all locations).

Online GCSE Arabic ((from age 6/7 and all locations).

Online Quranic Arabic and Tajweed tuition (from age 6/7 and all locations).

Home tuition in Croydon, Bromley, Sutton.

 

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