Telling time - Telling time Telling time in Arabic involves...

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Telling time؟ةعاسلا مكTelling time in Arabic involves the use of ordinal numbers,which are used as adjectives, the only exception when the time is One O’clockwe say ةدحاولاthis is the only exception that we do not use the Ordinal number... and the numbers are always definite (Spoken language)and feminine.- 1 –Ordinal ( F)ىلولاX( ةدحاولا)√ةدحاولا ةعاسلاOne o’clockةيناثلاةثلاثلاةعبارلاةسماخلاةسداسلاةعباسلاةنماثلاةعساتلاةرشاعلا
Time Expressiontwo o'clockthree o'clockfour o'clockfive o'clocksix o'clockseven o'clockeight o'clocknine o'clockten o'clockeleven o'clocktwelve o'clockTIME EXPRESSIONS- 2 –
In this lesson you will learn how to express the time with fractions of the hour as well as the basic required vocabulary. To start, you will need to learn these words.

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Term
Fall
Professor
dababneh
Tags
Arabic, 35 minutes, 30 Minutes, five minutes, Ordinal number

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