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  • Edexcel GCSE in Arabic

    GCSE Arabic

  • Edexcel GCSE 2009 Arabic Vocabulary Book Edexcel are pleased to provide this free vocabulary book freely to support learners following the Edexcel GCSE 2009 Specification in Arabic. Please note: the most up to date version of this document is available on the Edexcel website and a definitive list of core vocabulary is available in the Edexcel Specification.

  • Introduction This bilingual glossary has been produced to support you in your language learning and to help you prepare for the Edexcel GCSE. It features a revised minimum core vocabulary foundation level vocabulary (this has been expanded from the original one in the specification) as well as higher level vocabulary. English meanings, genders and irregular word endings are given and the vocabulary is listed both alphabetically and under the following Edexcel headings: High Frequency Language

    Verbs Adjectives Colours Adverbs Numbers Quantities Connecting Words Time Expressions Times Days of the Week Months of the Year Question Words Countries Continents Nationalities Areas/Mountains/Cities/Rivers Acronyms and Abbreviations Social Conventions Prepositions

    Listening and Reading Topics

    Out and About - Visitor Information, Basic Weather, Local Amenities,

    Accommodation, Public Transport, Directions Customer Services and Transactions

    - Cafes and Restaurants, Shops, Dealing with Problems Personal Information

    - General Interest, Leisure Activities, Family and Friends, Lifestyle (healthy eating and exercise)

    Future Plans, Education and Work - Basic Language of the Internet, Simple Job Advertisements, Simple

    Job Applications and CV, School and College, Work and Work Experience

  • Speaking and Writing Topics Media and Culture

    - Music/Film/Reading, Fashion/Celebrities/Religion, Blogs/Internet Sports and Leisure

    - Hobbies/interests, Sporting Events, Lifestyle Choices Travel and Tourism

    - Holidays, Accommodation, Eating (food and drink) Business, Work and Employment

    - Work Experience/Part-time Jobs, Product or service Information Although words are listed under specific topic headings, they are not always exclusive to these. Many words can also relate to other topic areas, but may only be listed in one. At the end of each section you will find some blank pages, these enable you to note down other words that you encounter during the GCSE course and which may prove useful. Please note that this is not a complete list of all vocabulary for the Edexcel GCSE, and should be used as a reference guide that students can refer to and add to rather than a definitive list of vocabulary needed to achieve a specific grade. This vocabulary book is currently a first draft; if centres notice any errors in the vocabulary lists contained in this document please let us know and we will ensure they are updated appropriately.

  • Section 1 High Frequency Language This has been taken from the appendix in the specification Verbs

    accept

    advise

    allow

    answer

    appear

    apply

    arrive

    argue

    attach

    avoid

    bake

    be

    able

    call

    beat

    begin

    bind

    bleed

    blow

    borrow

    break

    burn

    calculate

    carry

  • check

    chew

    climb

    close

    collect

    come

    copy

    crawl

    cry

    cross

    cut

    dance

    deliver

    describe

    deserve

    detect

    dig

    dislike

    do

    draw

    dream

    dress

    drink

    earn

    eat

    empty

    end

    enter

    escape

  • explain

    fall

    fail

    feel

    find

    finish

    follow

    forge

    forgive

    forsake

    freeze

    get

    get angry

    give

    go

    go down

    go for a walk

    grind

    guard

    hate

    have to

    hear

    hit

    hold

    hope

    hurry

    hurt Inform /

    introduce

  • invite

    joke

    jump

    kill

    kneel

    know

    knock

    last

    laugh

    lay

    leap

    leave

    lend

    let

    lie

    listen

    live

    look

    look after

    lose

    make

    manage

    mean

    meet

    murder

    note

    obtain

    open

    organise

  • pass by

    pay

    permit

    phone /

    place

    please

    plant

    play

    prefer

    present

    prevent

    produce

    promise

    pull

    push

    put

    reach

    read

    receive

    refuse

    regret

    remember

    rent

    request

    repair

    repeat

    research

    reserve

    return

  • revise

    ride

    rise

    rule

    run

    save

    saw

    say

    scream

    search

    see

    seek

    seem

    sell

    send

    serve

    show

    sign

    sink

    sit

    slay

    sleep

    smile

    sneeze

    speak

    spend

    spill

    split

    spread

  • squeeze

    stand

    stay

    steal

    sting

    strike

    stop

    study

    succeed

    swear

    sweep

    take

    tell

    thank

    think

    thrive

    throw

    touch

    try

    understand

    use

    visit

    walk

    want

    wash

    wear

    win

    wish

    work

  • worry

    write

    Adjectives

    able

    active

    alone

    angry

    awake

    bad

    beautiful

    bent

    best

    big

    bitter

    black

    boiling

    boring

    brief

    bright

    brilliant

    broken

    charming

    cheap

    cheerful / /

    clean

  • clear

    clever

    closed

    cold

    comfortable

    common

    complete

    complex

    cruel

    dark

    dead

    deep

    different

    difficult

    dirty

    disgusting

    dry

    early

    easy

    electric

    equal

    exciting

    false

    fast

    fat (person) /

    favourite

    female

    first

    free

  • friendly

    full

    funny

    general

    good

    great

    happy

    hard (difficult)

    hard (stiff)

    healthy

    heavy

    high

    hot

    ill

    important

    kind

    large

    last

    late

    lazy

    least

    light

    little

    long

    loving

    low

    male

    married

    marvellous

  • mature

    medical

    mixed

    narrow

    natural

    new

    nice

    noisy

    normal

    numerous

    old

    open

    perfect

    pleased

    polite

    poor

    pretty

    private

    public

    punctual

    quick

    quiet

    ready

    real

    regular

    responsible

    rich

    right

    rough

  • round

    sad

    safe

    same

    secret

    sensitive

    separate

    serious

    sharp

    short

    shy

    silent

    simple

    slow

    small

    soft

    sorry

    sour

    special

    strange

    strict

    strong

    stupid

    sudden

    sweet

    tall

    the best

    the greatest

    the least

  • the worst

    thick

    thin

    tired

    true

    typical

    ugly

    unbelievable

    useful

    valid

    valuable

    violent

    warm

    weak

    well

    wet

    wide

    wise

    witty

    wrong

    young Colours black

    blue

    brown

    chestnut brown

    colour

    dark

  • green

    grey

    light

    orange

    pink

    red

    violet

    white

    yellow

  • Adverbs

    already

    / almost

    always/still

    here

    however

    / immediately

    long time

    more

    often

    )( perhaps

    quickly

    rather

    / really

    recently

    sometimes

    straight away

    there

    too

    unfortunately

    very

  • Numbers

    1 0

    3 2

    5 4

    7 6

    9 8

    11 10

    13 12

    15 14

    17 16

    19 18

    21 20

    23 22

    25 24

    27 26

    29 28

    31 30

    42 40

    53 50

    64 60

    75 70

    86 80

    97 90

    100

  • Quantities

    a third

    bottle

    / box

    jar

    little

    many

    packet

    piece

    several

    Connecting Words

    also

    / and

    but

    first of all

    or

    so

    then

    Time expressions

    afternoon

    / always

    day

    early

    evening

    everyday

  • from

    later

    midnight

    minute

    morning

    night

    now

    punctual

    since

    soon

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