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سه‌شنبه 27 بهمن‌ماه سال 1383
Happy Valentine’s Day

Happy Valentine’s Day

 

 Because You Loved Me

 

 

For all those times you stood by me
For all the truth that you made me see
For all the joy you brought to my life
For all the wrong that you made right
For every dream you made come true
For all the love I found in you
I'll be forever thankful baby
You're the one who held me up
Never let me fall
You're the one who saw me through
Through it all

You were my strength when I was weak
You were my voice when I couldn't speak
You were my eyes when I couldn't see
You saw the best there was in me
Lifted me up when I couldn't reach
You gave me faith 'coz you believed
I'm everything I am
Because you loved me

You gave me wings and made me fly
You touched my hand I could touch
the sky
I lost my faith, you gave it back to me
You said no star was out of reach
You stood by me and I stood tall
I had your love, I had it all
I'm greatful for each day you gave me
Maybe I don't know that much
But I know this much is true
I was blessed because I was loved
by you

You were my strength when I was weak
You were my voice when I couldn't speak
You were my eyes when I couldn't see
You saw the best there was in me
Lifted me up when I couldn't reach
You gave me faith 'coz you believed
I'm everything I am
Because you loved me

You were always there for me
The tender wind that carried me
A light in the dark shining your love
into my life
You've been my inspiration
Through the lies you were the truth
My world is a better place because
of you

You were my strength when I was weak
You were my voice when I couldn't speak
You were my eyes when I couldn't see
You saw the best there was in me
Lifted me up when I couldn't reach
You gave me faith 'coz you believed
I'm everything I am
Because you loved me

 

 


دوشنبه 26 بهمن‌ماه سال 1383
Already and All ready

دوشنبه 19 بهمن‌ماه سال 1383
short stroy

دوست عزیز علی.براتون دو تا داستان میذارم.البته در گروه آموزش زبان انگلیسی یاهو زیاد داریم.اگر مایل بودید میتونید عضو گروه بشید.


GRIMM’S FAIRY TALES

 

Jacob Ludwig Grimm and Wilhelm Carl Grimm


 

Grimm, Jacob (1785-1863) and Wilhelm (1786-1859) - German philologists whose

collection “Kinder- und Hausmarchen,” known in English as “Grimm’s Fairy Tales,” is a timeless literary masterpiece. The brothers transcribed these tales directly from folk and fairy stories told to them by common villagers. The Old Witch (1812) - A disobedient girl goes to see an old witch despite her parent’s threats and warnings. At the witch’s house the girl is frightened by what she sees.


 

THE OLD WITCH

THERE WAS once a little girl who was very obstinate and wilful, and who never obeyed when her elders spoke to her; and so how could she be happy? One day she said to her parents, “I have heard so much of the old Witch, that I will go and see her. People say she is a wonderful old woman, and has many marvelous things in her house; and I am very curious to see them.” Her parents, however, forbade her going, saying, “The Witch is a wicked old woman, who performs many godless deeds; and if you go near her, you are no longer a child of ours.” The girl however, would not turn back at her parents’ command, but went to the Witch’s house. When she arrived there the woman asked her, “Why are you so pale?” “Ah,” replied she, trembling all over, “I have frightened myself so with what I have just seen.” “And what did you see?” inquired the old Witch.

“I saw a black man on your steps.” “That was a collier,” replied she.

“Then I saw a gray man.” “That was a sportsman,” said the old woman.

“After him I saw a blood-red man.” “That was a butcher,” replied the woman.

“But oh, I was most terrified,” continued the girl, “When I peeped through your window, and saw not you, but a creature with a fiery head.” “Then you have seen the Witch in her proper dress,” said the old woman. “For you I have long waited, and now you shall give me light.” So saying, she changed the girl into a block of wood, and then threw it into the fire; and when it was fully alight she sat down on the hearth, warmed herself, and said, “Ah, now for once it burns brightly!”


THE OLD BEGGAR WOMAN

THERE WAS once an old woman, but thou hast surely seen an old woman go a-begging before now? This woman begged likewise, and when she got anything she said, “May God rewards you.” The beggar-woman came to a door, and there by the fire a friendly rogue of a boy was standing warming himself. The boy said kindly to the poor old woman as she was standing shivering thus by the door, “Come, old mother, and warm yourself.” She came in, but stood too near the fire, so that her old rags began to burn, and she was not aware of it. The boy stood and saw that, but he ought to have put the flames out. And if he could not find any water, then should he have wept all the water in his body out of his eyes, and that would have supplied two fine streams with which to extinguish them.

 

THE END


دوشنبه 19 بهمن‌ماه سال 1383
Disasters

Disasters

 

Natural Disasters

 

Hurricane= a storm with very strong winds.

 

Earthquake= a sudden strong shaking of the ground.

 

Flood= when there is flood, a lot of water covers the land.

 

Drought= a long time when there is not enough rain.

 

Famine= a famine happens when there is not enough food in a country.

 

Typhoon= a violent tropical storm in the pacific or Indian ocean with very strong winds.

 

Tornado= a violent storm with a very strong winds that blows in a circle.

 

Tsunami= an extremely large wave in the sea caused, for example by an earthquake.

 Synonym: tidal wave.

 

Volcano= a mountain with a hole in the top where fire, gas and hot liquid rock (called lava) sometimes come out.

 

 

Have you ever experienced these disasters?

 

If yes, so tell us about it. I myself never experienced.

 


دوشنبه 19 بهمن‌ماه سال 1383
A Joke

Joke

 

Visitor-“how old are you, son?

Boston Boy-“that’s hard to say, sir. According to my latest school tests, I have psychological age of 11 and a moral age of 10. Anatomically, I am 7, mentally, I am 9. But I suppose you refer to my chronological age. That’s 8. But nobody pays attention to that, these days.

 


جمعه 16 بهمن‌ماه سال 1383
آموزش اصطلاحات زبان انگلیسی

آموزش اصطلاحات زبان انگلیسی

 

آب پاکی رو دست کسی ریختن

Dash / shatter sb’s hopes

Example: well, I am sorry to shatter your hopes, but I don’t believe your furniture will fetch anything like the price you mention.

 

 

 

 

آب خوردن / خرج برداشتن

Knock / set back

Example: How much did your wife’s new hat knock you back?

 

 

 

آب شدن و  به زمین فرو رفتن

Go to earth / ground

Example: The police believe that the murderer has gone to earth somewhere in London.

 


پنج‌شنبه 8 بهمن‌ماه سال 1383
TOP 100 MISSPELT WORDS IN ENGLISH

TOP 100 MISSPELT WORDS IN ENGLISH

Here are the 100 English words which many people have problems spelling!

acceptable

accidentally

accommodate

acquire 

acquit

a lot

amateur

apparent

argument

atheist

believe

calendar

category

cemetery

changeable

collectible

committed

conscience

conscientious

conscious

definite(ly)

disappear

discipline

drunkenness

embarrass

equipment  

exhilarate

exceed

existence

experience

fiery

foreign

fourth

gauge

generally

grammar

grateful

guarantee

harass

height

hierarchy

ignorance

immediate

independent

indispensable

intelligence

its / it's

judgement

knowledge

leisure

library

lightning

maintenance

manoeuvre

memento

millennium

miniature

mischievous

noticeable

occasion

occasionally

occur / occurred

occurrence

official

parallel

parliament

pastime

pigeon

possession

preferable

principal / principle

privilege

questionnaire

receive

recommend

referred

reference

relevant

religious

restaurant

ridiculous

rhythm

sandal

schedule

scissors

sensible

separate

special

success

to / too / two

tomorrow

their / they're / there

twelfth

tyranny

until

vacuum

vicious

weather

weird

you're /


چهارشنبه 7 بهمن‌ماه سال 1383
ESSENTIAL WORLD ENGLISH SLANG

airhead: stupid person.

ace: excellent, great.

Adam and Eve - Rhyming Slang for 'believe'

aggro - short for aggravation or violence

amber fluid : beer

anorak - geek, nerd.

apples and pears - Rhyming Slang for 'stairs'.

armpit: dirty, unappealing place.

arse / ass [slightly offensive] (1): backside.

arse / ass (2): an unworthy person.

arse about/arsing about - to fool around

arse-about-face: something that is in a mess or crooked

arseholed: very drunk

arvo : afternoon

Aussie : Australian

awesome: great and impressive.

backhander (1): a payment given, normally in a secretive fashion.

backhander (2): hit someone.

ball (1): a fun time.  

ballistic - to go mad with rage

bang [slightly offensive](1): to make love

bang (2): a powerful effect.

banged up - to be put in prison.

bangers - another name for sausages.

barbie : barbecue, grill.

barf (1): vomit.

barmy - a foolish person, mad.

barney - row, violent argument.

beans: money.

beat: tired.

beemer: a BMW.

bent (1): a 'gay man'

bent (2): 'stolen'.

biggie: something important.

biker: a motorcycle rider.

bikkie : biscuit
bird -  woman/girl/girlfriend

bitch [offensive] (1): a very unpleasant woman.

bitch [offensive] (2): complain.

bitchy [slightly offensive]: moody.

bitzer : mongrel dog (bits of this and bits of that!).

bladdered - very drunk

blag -  a robbery

bloke - man

blotto -  'very drunk'

blue (2): domestic fight or row.

boat race - Rhyming Slang for 'face'.

bod: body.

bonkers; go bonkers: crazy.

bonzer : great.

booboo: a mistake.

bovver - trouble, usually fighting.

booze: alcohol.

boozer (1): a pub

boozer (2): someone who likes alcohol.

Brahms and Liszt - Rhyming Slang for 'pissed' (drunk).

brass monkeys - cold weather

bread: money.

brew (1): tea or coffee.

brew (2): beer.

brill - short for 'brilliant'.

bull: bullshit; lie.

bullshit [offensive]: lie; dishonesty.

bugger - a mild form of abuse or an exclamation.

bunk-off - to be absent without permission

bunk-up - to make love.

bushed: extremely tired.

cabbage -  someone who is a bit slow or stupid

cakehole - mouth..

catch some rays: get some sunshine.

char / cha - tea.

cheesy: cheap; lacking in good taste.

chicken: coward.

chook : a chicken

chuck up: vomit

chuck a sickie : take the day off sick from work when you're perfectly healthy.

ciggy - slang for cigarette.

cock and bull story - a rubbish story, nonsense.

(to) cop it - to die, to get into trouble.

cool: excellent; superb.

cooler, the: gaol; jail; prison

couch potato: a person who watches too much television.

cozzie : swimming costume

cranky : in a bad mood, angry.

crap [slightly offensive] (1): something worthless.

crap [offensive] (2): excrement.

crap [slightly offensive] (3): falsehoods and lies.

crikey - an expression of astonishment.

crust - money / wage.

cushy - easy.

dead cert - something that is definite.

deck: to hit someone.

dicey: unpredictable; risky.

dickhead [slightly offensive] - an idiot, fool.

dill : an idiot.

ding-dong - argument or fight.

dipstick - idiot, fool.

dirt: extremely bad person.

dirty: offensive.

div/divvy - stupid or slow person.

doodle - something thats easy / no problem.

dodgy - dubious person or thing.

done over - beaten up

dope - a slow or stupid person.

doobry - a nonsensical word used when you forget the name of something

dorky: strange; peculiar.

dosh - money.

dosser - down-and-out, tramp.

down under : Australia and New Zealand.

Drongo : a dope, stupid person.

dude: a male.

dump [slightly offensive] - to defecate.

dyke [offensive] - lesbian.

dynamite: powerful; excellent.

dinosaur: something out of date or old fashioned.

earbashing : nagging, non-stop chatter.

evil: great; excellent.

eyeball: to stare long and hard at someone or something.

eyepopper: something or someone visibly astounding.

fab: fabulous.

face-off: confrontation.

fag (2): cigarette

family jewels - Rhyming Slang for testicles.

far out - splendid.

fart [offensive] (1): an escape of gas from the bowels.

fart [slightly offensive] (2): an unpleasant person

fat head - an idiot or dull person.

fender-bender: small accident.

filth [offensive] - the police.

five finger discount - shoplifting.

flaky: unpredictable.

flashback: sudden memory.

flick (1): film; movie.

flick (2): to give something or somebody the flick is to get rid of it or him/her

floating : intoxicated

floozie - a mistress or girlfriend.

flommox - confuse

flutter - a bet (on horse racing or football)

footie - Abbreviated form for football.

for crying out loud ! - a expression of frustration or anger.

forty winks - a short sleep or nap.

fox: attractive, alluring person.

freebie: something that does not cost money.

French kiss : kissing with the tongue.

full monty - 'the whole lot', everything.

full-on - powerful, with maximum effort.

funny farm - mental hospital or institution.

funny money - counterfeit money.

gaff - house or flat.

gander - to look at.

geek: an unattractive person who works too hard.

get it: to understand something.

glitch: flaw.

gobshite [offensive] - someone who talks rubbish all the time.

go bananas: go slightly mad.

good onya : good for you, well done

goof (1): make a mistake.

goof (2): a silly and foolish person.

goof off: waste time.

goof up: make a mistake.

goofy: silly.

Gordon Bennet - an exclamation.

grand: one thousand dollars.

grass: marijuana.

greaser - slang name for a 1950's style man.

grog : alcohol, beer.

grub: food.

grubby: not clean.

grungy: unclean and stinky.

gut: a person's stomach; belly.

guts: courage.

gyno - gynaecologist

hacked off - fed up, annoyed.

hairy: difficult; dangerous.

ham-fisted - clumsy.

hammered - drunk.

handcuffs: an engagement ring or wedding ring

hang a left: make a left turn.

hang a right: make a right turn.

headcase - mad

hep: sensible; informed.

her ('er) indoors - wife, girlfriend.

hickey: a love bite on the skin.

hip: sensible; informed.

hole in the wall -  a cashpoint machine or bankomat.

hoo-ha - trouble; commotion..

hot (2):popular.

hottie : hot water bottle

huff - bad mood.

humungous: really big.  

hump (2) - bad mood.

hyper: overly excited.

icky: unpleasant.

I.D.: identification.

iffy - dubious, doubtful.

I'm outta here: I'm leaving; I'm departing.

in: fashionable.

ivories: teeth.

jack around: waste time.

jam (1): trouble.

jam (2): improvise (musically).

jamming, to be : going well.

jammy - lucky.

jerk: stupid or annoying person.

jock: someone good at sports.

K : a thousand.

keep your hair on - "keep calm".

kick back: relax and enjoy.

kick the bucket: die.

kip - sleep.

knackered - exhausted.

knees up - party.

knock: condemn, criticise.

knockout: beautiful woman; handsome man.

knock back : refusal (noun), refuse (transitive verb)

kook: peculiar person.

kraut [slightly offensive] -  German

laid back: relaxed; calm.

lairy - loud, brash.

lame: incompetent.

legless - very drunk.

limp wristed - a  gay man.

lip: cheeky talk.

loaded - someone with a lot of money.

loo : toilet

loser: a bungling and worthless person.

lost the plot - crazy/mad.

love handles: excess fat around the waist.

luvverly jubberly - wonderful, great, all is well.

make waves: cause problems.

malarkey - nonsense.

mate - friend

max, to the : maximum.

mega: big.

megabucks: a large amount of money.

mellow: relaxed.

mickey-mouse: unimportant; time-wasting.

minger [offensive] - an unattractive person (usually female).

mongrel : despicable person

moose [offensive] -  an ugly girl.

mozzie : mosquito

mug : a gullible person.

naff - something which is cheap and nasty.

nark - a police informer.

narked - to be annoyed.

neat: cool; great.

nick - to steal.

nipper - a small child.

no-hoper - somebody who'll never do well

nosh - food.

not cricket - not normal or correct.

not all there - someone who is stupid, not bright intellectually

not half! - cetainly, for sure.

not the full quid - someone who is stupid, not bright intellectually.

nuke (1): nuclear weapon.

nuke (2): destroy; delete.

nuke (3): cook something in the microwave oven.

nut (1): odd or crazy person.

nut (2): someone passionate about something.

nutter - crazy person.

nuts [slightly offensive]: testicles.

nutty - eccentric.

off your face - to be very drunk.

out of your tree - crazy, drunk or stoned.

pad: someone's home.

pants (1) -  an exclamation of frustration.

pants (2) -  bad or rubbish.

party: celebrate.

party animal: someone that loves parties.

paws: hands.

peanuts: very little money.

pickled: drunk.

pig out: eat too much.

pigs ear: to make a mistake with something..

pissed - drunk.

pissed (off): angry; upset.

piss-head - a habitual drinker or alcoholic.

piss-up - a big drinking session.

plank - an idiot.

plastered: drunk.

plonker - an idiot

pad: someone's home.

plonk (1) : cheap wine

plonk (2): sit down - as in "plonk your arse down there".

poop [offensive]: defecation; shit.

poop out: get tired and quit.

postie : postman

prezzy : present, gift

pro - someone who's good at something; professional.

psycho: crazy person.

puke: vomit.

pumped (up): excited. .

rabbit - talk.

racket (1): noise.

racket (2): an occupation.

racket (3): something that's dishonest or deceptive.

rat: a despicable person.

(a) riot - something or someone very funny.

rip off (1): stealing.

rip off (2): fraud.

ripper : great, fantastic

rocking: great; excellent.

roll up - a hand rolled cigarette.

rosie lee - tea

rubbish: nonsense; not true.

ruck - a fight.

rug - wig, toupee.

rug rat: a child.

rum - odd, strange.

runs, the: diarrhoea.

scoff: to eat.

screw up: to make a mistake.

screw-up: a person who makes a mistake.

scum (offensive] - a despicable individual.

shades - sunglasses.

shag [slightly offensive] - to make love.

shagged-out - to feel tired.

shed-load - a huge amount.

shite - milder variation of the word shit.

shitfaced [slightly offensive] - very drunk.

shithead [slightly offensive]: a stupid, impolite person.

skint - to have no money

skosh - a little bit.

slapper [offensive] - a loose or easy woman.

smeghead - an idiot.

snog - to kiss

snookered: cheated, stuck.

solid (1): really good; cool.

solid (2): consecutive.

specs: eyeglasses.

split: to leave.

spunk (2): spirit.

spunk (3): an attractive man.

stoned: drunk from drugs or alcohol.

stunner - a very good looking woman.

street smart: knowledgeable about city life.

strewth : exclamation

 (I'll be) stuffed : expression of surprise

suck: to be bad and unacceptable.

sunnies : sunglasses

swagman : tramp

sweet - excellent, cool.

ta - thanks.

tacky - something of poor taste or style.

tanked (up) - to get very drunk.

tea leaf - Rhyming Slang for thief.

telly - television.

thick as shit [offensive]- very stupid.

thick as two short planks [offensive] - very stupid.

thingo : Wadjamacallit, thingummy, whatsit, something you don't know the name of!

thou: thousand.

threads: clothing.

ticker (1): the heart.

ticker (2): a watch.

tiddly - slightly drunk.

toss-pot [slightly offensive] - idiot.

totally: really; completely.

to the max: maximum.

(the) trots - diarrhoea.

trouble and strife - Rhyming Slang for 'wife'.

trout [offensive] - unattractive woman

turkey (1): failure; flop.

turkey (2): dumb person.

turn-off: something that repulses a person.

umpteen: many; countless.

up for it - to be willing to have a good time.

up the duff - to be pregnant.

Uncle Tom Cobley and all - a phrase meaning 'everyone'.

uptight: nervous; anxious.

veg out : relax in front of the TV (like a vegetable)

wad: a lot of money.

wanker - an idiot or an unpleasant person.

wasted: killed.

weed (2): someone who is weak.

wheels: car; motorcycle.

whiz: someone who shows a special talent for something.

wicked - excellent, cool.

wimp: weak; feeble.

wimpy: weak.

wind up - to tease.

winks: sleep.

wuss : coward

yabber : talk (a lot)

Yank: an American.

yob - a horrible or uncouth young man.

zeds - sleep.

zero - an unimportant person.

zilch - nothing

zip (1) -nothing.

zip (2) - energy; vigor.

zip it - shut up.

zit: pimple; acne.


یکشنبه 4 بهمن‌ماه سال 1383


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یکشنبه 4 بهمن‌ماه سال 1383
Both / Both of us, neither / neither of, either / either of

 

We use both, neither and either when we are talking about two things. You can use these words with a noun:

 

Both restaurants are very expensive. (Not the both restaurants)

Neither restaurant is expensive.

We can go either restaurant. I don’t care. (Either=one or the other; it doesn’t matter which one)

I didn’t like either restaurant. (Not the one or the other)

 

 

You can also use both/neither/either with of….When you use these words with of; you always need the/these/those/my/yours/his, etc. You cannot say, “Both of restaurants.” You have to say “Both of the restaurants,” etc.:

 

Both of these restaurants are very good.

Neither of the restaurants we went to, was (or were) expensive.

We can go to either of those restaurants. I don’t mind.

 

With both you can leave out of. So you can say:

 

Both my parents        or

Both of my parents

 

 

After both of / neither of / either of you can also use us/them/you:

 

Can either of you speak Spanish?

I wanted Tom and Jim to come, but neither of them wanted to.

 

You must say: “both of” before us/you/them:

 

Both of us were very tired. (Not both us…)

 

After neither of…you can use a singular or a plural verb:

 

Neither of the children wants (or want) to go to bed.

Neither of us is (or are) married.

 

 

You can say bothand…, neithernor…, and eitheror… Study these examples:

 

Both Tom and Jack were late.

They were both tired and hungry.

Neither Jill nor Jane came to the party.

He said he would contact me, but he neither wrote nor called.

I’m not sure where he is from. He’ll either Spanish or Italian.

Either you apologize or I’ll never speak to you again.

 

You can also use both/neither/either alone:

 

“Is he British or American?”    Neither. He’s Australian.”

“Do you want tea or coffee?”   Either. It doesn’t matter.”

I couldn’t decide which one to choose. I liked both.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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