10 tips to deal with Arabic language oral exams

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How to deal with Arabic language oral exams
  1. Listening

Most people will think that talking is the important part of the oral Exams but actually no it is listening always listen to the examiner carefully know what he want and what he ask about
  1. Know the contexts

What is the exam about what are the sections of the exam and know in which section you are?
Remember that one word can mean more than one meaning depend on the context I was said in
EX: word address & title means the same in Arabic 3anwan - عنوان
But if you are introducing each other I will mean address but if you are talking about an Article or story it will probably means the title
  1. Know your question tools

Question tools are fatal to exams you don’t want to answer the wrong question so know each single question tools and what each one is asking about and how to answer each one

  1. look for words you know

Oral exams are like fill the gabs game all you need to do is to look for words that you know and make a meaning out of it. Link the dotes to get to the meaning

  1. Use body language or sound tone

Body language or sound tone in the oral exams are as important as the language itself use them it is a great tool for example the word " good = جيد" I can use it to say that something is good or to ask you is it good or not !!!
  1. Timing

When did the examiner asked you a question is very good sign is it in the start meddle or end of the class
  1. Use the tech cheek – don’t be shy

Tech cheek is to make sure that you can hear and understand the question and the conversation so don’t be shy to make the examiner ask the question twice or even to change the form if you don’t understand say so
  1. Guess!!!

As plan Z guessing is very powerful tool if you ready don’t understand the whole sentence or simple missing one or two words but make sure that you guess based on the previous tips
  1. Lead the conversation

Always be a head suggesting topics and asking questions or even asking the examiner what he think of something remember it is a conversation not Q and A test
  1. Say what you know

Make it easy on yourself talk in topics that you know and love also don’t be afraid to make up thing just because you can talk about them for example if you can speak about Egypt monition Egypt in the conversation let him ask you about it and so on


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Hello everyone مرحباً اهلا وسهلا I'm Ahmed Mohy El-Din. Arabic & English Teacher and curriculum author at AIS (Arabic Institution of Studies). I have been teaching Arabic to non Arabic speakers for more than 6 years. In this time I taught Different Ages, Cultures for different reasons like jobs, academic studies, Islamic and tourism or just for fun. I taught Arabic Modern standard "Fos7a", Egyptian Amaia and gulf accents. Also I am a volunteer in AIESEC Egypt Responsible of teaching new AIESECers in Egypt the Egyptian Culture and language (Methods) As curriculum author I am fully aware of all Arabic teaching techniques which will enable me of designing teaching methods that serve the reason why my students want to study Arabic. Which means that all my courses are custom made for my students using games, songs, movies and much more. (promise) I promise my students that I will not just teach them Arabic also I will show them the way to continue learning by themselves "Give a Man a Fish and You Feed Him for a Day. Teach a Man to Fish, and You Feed Him for a Lifetime" (Resources) List of Most common Arabic words, Arabic phrases, Dialog and situations Movies, songs, poetry , Games E-Books and stories Full online coerces, websites (Used Books) الكتاب الاساسي, العربية بين يديك , أب ,Mastering Arabic , مدينة عربية , ,لغتنا الفصحي ,اهلا وسهلا ,عربي لبلب ,كلمني عربي ,كلام جميل , ام الدنيا , اتكلم , كتاب المدينة , صباح الخير يا مصر hope to see you soon in the class
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Hello everyone مرحباً اهلا وسهلا I'm Ahmed Mohy El-Din. Arabic & English Teacher and curriculum author at AIS (Arabic Institution of Studies). I have been teaching Arabic to non Arabic speakers for more than 6 years. In this time I taught Different Ages, Cultures for different reasons like jobs, academic studies, Islamic and tourism or just for fun. I taught Arabic Modern standard "Fos7a", Egyptian Amaia and gulf accents. Also I am a volunteer in AIESEC Egypt Responsible of teaching new AIESECers in Egypt the Egyptian Culture and language (Methods) As curriculum author I am fully aware of all Arabic teaching techniques which will enable me of designing teaching methods that serve the reason why my students want to study Arabic. Which means that all my courses are custom made for my students using games, songs, movies and much more. (promise) I promise my students that I will not just teach them Arabic also I will show them the way to continue learning by themselves "Give a Man a Fish and You Feed Him for a Day. Teach a Man to Fish, and You Feed Him for a Lifetime" (Resources) List of Most common Arabic words, Arabic phrases, Dialog and situations Movies, songs, poetry , Games E-Books and stories Full online coerces, websites (Used Books) الكتاب الاساسي, العربية بين يديك , أب ,Mastering Arabic , مدينة عربية , ,لغتنا الفصحي ,اهلا وسهلا ,عربي لبلب ,كلمني عربي ,كلام جميل , ام الدنيا , اتكلم , كتاب المدينة , صباح الخير يا مصر hope to see you soon in the class

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