Arabic/LearnRW/Row 3 and 1/Sound Association

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If an English word has a silent letter, that letter does not count. Think about the sound, not the English spelling when doing this exercise.

Reference[edit]

  • م : m in map and maim
  • ك : k in break , cake, and Rick
  • ي : j in fjord and y in yellow (not the y in system)
  • ث : th in think and bath
  • ف : f in fate
  • ت : t in talk and bat
  • ب : b in break and cab

Exercise 1[edit]

Instructions: Write the Arabic letter that represents the sound that the English word starts with. examples:

  • think ث
  • face ف

Begin:

  1. king
  2. hate
  3. father
  4. hamper
  5. mass
  6. mother
  7. yacht
  8. matter
  9. clan
  10. master
  11. Yemen
  12. coat
  13. match
  14. foremost
  15. boot
  16. first
  17. taste
  18. cave
  19. banner
  20. third
  21. mom
  22. track
  23. cast
  24. thistle
  25. main
  26. fate
  27. base
  28. yes
  29. captain

Exercise 2[edit]

Instructions: Write the Arabic letter that represents the sound of the English sound that the English word ends in. Because fate ends in the "t" sound, write ت (taa) beside the word. Examples:

  • fate ت

  • fat ت

  • bluff ف

  1. rob
  2. club
  3. hate
  4. Tuesday
  5. day
  6. boat
  7. rate
  8. just
  9. institute
  10. make
  11. ray
  12. cake
  13. kick
  14. lame
  15. Rick
  16. mom
  17. trumpet
  18. doom
  19. Nick
  20. damn
  21. calculate
  22. must
  23. am
  24. fame
  25. name
  26. lime
  27. crazy
  28. Monday
  29. wait
  30. bath
  31. raft
  32. jumpy
  33. math
  34. tame
  35. easy
  36. lazy


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