First 1000 Words in Arabic by Heather Amery

By Heather Amery

This can be an creation to one thousand universal phrases in classical Arabic. prepared thematically, a number of the pages convey a regular scene, surrounded by means of images of items from the scene with their Arabic names. An Arabic/English dictionary of the entire phrases is integrated.

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This is a flaky rock made of one on top of the other. little crystals in thin sheets. Some of Stones are pieces of broken bedrock. the crystals sparkle. They are crumbs of the earth's crust. A white, yellow, gray, or bluish In most places, all the stones are made rock without crystals may be lime­ of the same kind of rock . They come stone . Rock made of little sand grains from the top layer of bedrock. is sandstone. It's fun to pick up stones and see if Slate breaks into thin sheets. It is they match the bedrock .

LooK FOR THE EARTH' s CRUST I f workmen are digging near your house, watch the hole grow. Maybe the workmen will strike rock. When y ou go for a walk, watch for places where the road cuts through the rock. Also look along the sides of cliffs, hills, and canyons for rock. - This great block of bedrock remained a fter softer bedrock This cave formed a s water seeped through limestone and a round it was worn away. d issolved away some pa rts of it. 43 PEBBLES THE PEBBLES along a beach come from It is fun to make a collection of cliffs near the edge of the sea.

If the earth were flat, you could And animals crawl among the plants . see the whole ship. Anything Some creatures walk about on two legs . They speak different languages . How can you see this wonderful all around the world . No one ever falls off. A strong force pulls everyone and everything down earth. From the ground, you cannot see how the earth is shaped . When you look across fields, the land seems flat. toward the earth's center. This force . IS . gravity. Anyone who jumps must work When you look at the sea, the water against gravity.

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