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    LESSON TWELVE : Daily routine

    To take a break from the previous more grammar orientated topics, this lesson will cover the daily routine and vocabulary related to every day life.

    However it is quite a long lesson with a lot covered, so please do not rush it!

    Firstly, read the following short story about Ahmed's morning (with the translation.) Verbs are highlighted in green.

    يستيقظ أحمد من فراشه الساعة السابعة صباحا
    Ahmed wakes up from his bed at 7am
    يذهب إلى الحمام ويغتسل
    He goes to the bathroom and washes himself
    يلبس ثيابه
    He dresses in his clothes
    يتناول الفطور مع أخته في المطبخ
    He has breakfast with his sister in the kitchen
    يأكل, ويشرب القهوة
    He eats, and he drinks coffee
    يغادر أحمد في الساعة الثامنة والنصف
    He leaves at 8:30.
    يذهب إلى العمل بالسيّارة
    He goes to work by car
    وتذهب أخته إلى المدرسة
    and his sister goes to school.
    أحمد مسرورٌ بحياته
    Ahmed is happy with his life
    ويشكر الله على كلّ ما له
    And he thanks Allah for all that he has.


    The illustration also shows the text with full vocalisation


    There are quite a few new words in the above story, and also a couple of new topics such as telling the time and rooms of the house.

    Here is some of the new vocab which you should learn:
    فراش
    (firaash)
    bed/matress
    ثياب
    (theyaab)
    clothes
    قهوة
    (qahwa)
    coffee
    مسرورٌ
    (masroor)
    happy
    حياة
    (hayaat)
    life
    كلّ
    (kull)
    all
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    Telling the time

    In the story, we read that Ahmed gets up at 7am and leaves the house at 8:30am... Now we will learn how to form similar sentences ourselves and to tell the time:

    الساعة الواحدة
    one o clock
    (as-saa3at ul waahida)
    الساعة الثانية
    two o clock
    (as-saa3at uth thaaniya)
    الساعة الثالثة
    three o clock
    (as-saa3at uth thaalitha)
    الساعة الرابعة
    four o clock
    (as-saa3at ur raabiya)
    الساعة الخامسة
    five o clock
    (as-saa3at ul khaamisa)
    الساعة السادسة
    six o clock
    (as-saa3at us saadisa)
    الساعة السابعة
    seven o clock
    (as-saa3at us saabi3a
    الساعة الثامنة
    eight o clock
    (as-saa3at uth thaamina)
    الساعة التاسعة
    nine o clock
    (as-saa3at ut taasi3a)
    الساعة العاشرة
    ten o clock
    (as-saa3at ul 3aashira)
    الساعة الحادية عشرة
    eleven o clock
    (as-saa3at ul haadiya 3ashara)
    الساعة الثانية عشرة
    twelve o clock
    (as-saa3at uth thaaniya 3ashara)

    to say "half past" we add the phrase
    والنصف
    (wan nisf)
    eg:
    الساعة السابعة والنصف
    as-saa3atus saabi3atu wan nisf

    If the time is the the morning, you can add follwowing the word
    to make this clear.
    صباحاً
    (sabaahan)

    If it is in the evening, you can add this word instead.
    مساءً
    (masaa'an)

    To ask a question about what time something happens, or when someone does something, we use the word
    متى؟
    (mataa?)

    eg:
    متى تذهب إاى المدرية؟
    (mataa tadhhabu ila al madrasa?)
    When / what time do you go to school.

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    Rooms of the house

    غرف البيت
    rooms of the house
    غرفة الجلوس
    (ghurfat ul jaloos)
    sitting room

    غرفة الاستقبال
    (ghurfat ul istiqbaal)
    reception room

    غرفة الطعام
    (ghurfat uT Ta3aam)
    dining room

    المطبخ
    (al matbakh)
    kitchen

    الحمام
    (alHamaam)
    bathroom

    غرفة النوم
    (ghurfat un nawm)
    bedroom

    الكراج
    (al kiraaj)
    garage

    الحديقة

    (alhadeeqa)
    garden

    .: Rufaida :.
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    Yawmun fi Hayaati Su3aad

    Now read this story

    يوم في حياة سعاد
    سعاد بنت عراقيّة الأصل تسكن في لندن مع والديها وأخيها,يوسف. في اليوم العاديّ تستيقظ الساعة السابعة صباحاً وتذهب إلى الحمام لتغتسل ولتنظّف أسنانها
    في الساعة السابعة والنصف تذهب إلى المطبخ وتأكل الفطور الّذي أعدّتها أمّها. ثمّ تسلّم على أمّها وتشكرها على الطعام
    ثمّ تلبس ثيابها المدرسيّة في غرفتها النوم
    يغادر يوسف البيت مع أخته ويذهبان إلى محطّة الحافلات مشياً,ويتحدّثان مع البعض في نفس الوفت. تستغرق الرحلة إلى المدرسة نصف ساعة
    في المدرسة تتعلّم سعاد أشياء كثيرة وتساعد أصدقاءها اذا لم يفهموا الدرس. تحبّ المدرسة ودرسها المفضّل هو التاريخ
    في الساعة الثالثة تعود إلى البيت وتساعد أمّها في تنظيف البيت وبعد ذلك تستعمل الحاسوب وتبحث عبرشبكة الإنترنت

    yawmun fi Hayaati Su3aad
    Su3aadun bintun 3iraaqiyyat ul aSl taskunu fi landan ma3a waalidayhaa wa akheehaa yousef.
    Fil yawm il 3aadiyyi tastayqaDu as-saa3at as-saabi3ata SobaaHan wa tadhhabu ila al Hamaam litaghtasila wa li tunaDDifa asnaanahaa.
    Fis saa3at is-saabi3ati wan-nisfi tadhhabu ilal maTbakhi wa ta'kulu alfatoor alladhee 3addathaa ummuhaa. Thumma tusallimu 3ala ummihaa wa tashkuruhaa 3ala aT-Taa3aam.
    Thumma talbisu theyaabahaa-l-madrasiyyata fee ghurfatihaa-n-nawm.
    yughaadiru yousef albayt ma3a ukhtihi wa yadhhabaani ila maHaTTatil Haafilaati wa yataHaddathaani ma3 alba3Di fi nafsil waqt. Tastaghraqu-r-riHlatu ilal madrasa nisfu saa3a.
    Fil madrasati tata3allamu su3aadu ashayaa'a katheeratan wa tusaa3idu asdiqaa'ahaa idha lam yafhamoo-d-dars. Tuhebbu-l-madrasata wa darsuhaa-l-mufaDDil huw at-taareekh.
    Fis saa3at ith thaalithati ta3oodu ilal bayti wa tusaa3idu ummahaa fi tanDeefil bayti wa ba3da dhaalika tasta3milu-l-Haasooba wa tabHathu 3abr shobkatil Internet.

    A day in the life of Suaad
    Suaad is an Iraqi girl living in London with her parents and her brother Yousef. In a normal day she wakes up at 7am and goes to the bathroom to wash herself and clean her teeth. At 7:30 she goes to the kitchen and eats the breakfast that her mother prepared. Then she greets her mother and thanks her for the food.
    Then she puts on her school clothes in her bedroom.
    Yousef leaves the house with his sister and they go to the bus stop by foot, talking to each other at the same time. The journey to school takes half an hour.
    At school Suaad learns many things and helps her friends if they do not understand the lesson. She loves school and her favourite lesson is History.
    At 3 oclock she returns home and helps her mum to clean the house. Then she uses the computer and searches on the Internet.


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    Every day verbs

    استيقظ
    wakes up
    اغتسل
    washes
    غادر
    leaves - departs
    شكر
    thanks
    تحدّث مع الأصدقاء
    speaks with friends
    زار
    visits
    ساعد
    helps
    طبخ
    cooks
    صلّى
    prays
    جلس
    sits
    شاهد التلفزيون
    watches tv
    لعب
    plays

    .: Rufaida :.
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    EXCERSIZES

    1) put the following in order, according to Ahmed's morning routine

    يذهب إلى الحمام ويغتسل
    يأكل, ويشرب القهوة
    يستيقظ
    ويشكر الله على كلّ ما له
    يذهب إلى العمل
    يتناول الفطور

    2) write the following times in Arabic
    a) 8am
    b) 9:30
    c)10pm
    d) 11am
    e) 4oclock
    f) 5:30

    3) answer the following questions in Arabic about your own routine [try and answer in full sentences if you are able]

    متى تستيقظ؟
    mataa tastayqaDu?
    متى تغادر البيت؟
    mataa tughaadiru-l-bayt?
    متى تعود إلى البيت؟
    mataa ta3oodu ila-l-bayt?
    متى تأكل؟
    mataa ta'kul?
    متى تساعد أمّك؟
    mataa tusaa3idu ummak?
    4) answer the following questions about this house plan

    أين الحمام؟
    ayn al hammam?

    أين غرفة النوم؟
    ayna ghurfat in nawm?

    أين المطبخ؟
    ayn al matbakh?
    أين غرفة الجلوس؟
    ayna ghurfat il jaloos?

    5) Answer the following questions in Arabic about Suaad

    متى تستيقظ سعاد؟
    ما إسم أخي سعاد؟
    هل تحبّ سعاد المدرسة؟
    أين تسكن سعاد؟
    من أين والداها؟

    6) write a piece about your daily routine, or make one up
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