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سه‌شنبه 31 خرداد‌ماه سال 1384
اصطلاح

از کیسه خلیفه بخشیدن

Make free/ bold with sth

Example: Your friends at the party who made so free with the drinks were not invited.

 

با چشم غیر مسلح

With the naked eye

Example: You should not look at the sun with the naked eye.

 

به امتحانش می ارزد

Give it/ sb a try

Example:  Even if you think you will not enjoy, give it a try.

 

وارد اصل مطلب شدن

Get down to business

Example: Well, time’s moving on; I suppose we’d better get down to business now.

 

مثل ساعت کار کردن

As regular as clockwork

Example: The postman comes at 8:40 in the morning as regular as clockwork.


پنج‌شنبه 12 خرداد‌ماه سال 1384
slang

Hey, friends. You remember I talked about slang. Now let’s see what you have learned. Let’s go through some of them:

 

 

Joy: hey, Kim. Can you lend me 20 bucks?

Kim: oh, dear I’m sorry. I’m broke.

 

Debbie: hi Gina. I was really into the bash last night.

Gina: yeah, me too. I had a blast at the bash.

 

Peggy: you seem really ticked off. What’s up?

Nick: I had a blowout on the way work. So I got to work late.

Peggy: chill out.

 

 

Bucks=dollar$

Broke=having no money

Be into sth= enjoy sth

Bash=party

Blast=wonderful time

Ticked off=angry

What’s up? = what’s the matter?

Blowout= flat tire

Chill out= relax, calm down

 

 

 

Best wishes,

   Parvin.

 


پنج‌شنبه 12 خرداد‌ماه سال 1384

Nice Jokes for Nice People

 

1)       “Aunt Mary has a new baby,” a mother told her small daughter. “What was
wrong with the old one?” answered the little girl.

2)      Dad- “Son, I’m spanking you because I love you.” Son-“I’d sure like to be big enough to return your love.”

3)       “Why are you crying, little girl?”  “Cause my brother has holidays and I don’t.”  “Well, why don’t you have holidays?”   “Because I don’t go to school yet.”

4)       “Mommy, do you love me?” “Of course” “Then why not divorce daddy and marry candy man?”

5)      A boy was about to purchase a seat for a movie. The box-office man asked,” Why aren’t you at school?” “Oh, it’s all right sir,” said the youngster earnestly.” I’ve got measles.”

 


پنج‌شنبه 12 خرداد‌ماه سال 1384

English language words

 

Parts of speech

Nouns       e.g. chair, information, happiness

Verbs       e.g. choose, tell, and complain

Adjectives     e.g. happy, tall, dangerous

Adverbs       e.g. slowly, carefully, often

 Prepositions     e.g. in, at, on

 Pronouns       e.g. me, you, him, we, it, she

Articles      e.g. definite article (the); indefinite article (a/an)  

 

Special! Terms

 

Uncountable noun: (U) a noun which has no plural form and cannot be used with the indefinite article, e.g. information.

Plural noun: (p1) a noun which only has a plural form and cannot be used with the indefinite article, e.g. trousers.

Infinitive: the base form of a verb, e.g. (to) work, (to) stop, (to) be.

Phrasal verb: a verb + adverb and/or preposition, e.g. turn on (verb + adverb), look after (verb + preposition), give up (verb + adverb), and put up with (verb + adverb + Preposition)

Idiom: a group of words with a meaning that is different from the individual words, e.g. never mind, hang on, a short cut, keep an eye on something.

Transitive verb: a verb which needs a direct object, e.g. Police caught the man (‘the man’ the direct object of the verb ‘caught’).

Intransitive verb: a verb which does not need a direct object, e.g. the books arrived on time. (There is no direct object after arrive.)

  

Word building 

In the word uncomfortable, un- is a prefix, comfort is a root, and -able is a suffix. Other common prefixes include: re-, in-, and dis-; common suffixes include: -ity, -ment, and -ivt Many words also have synonyms, which are words with the same meaning. For example; ‘big’ is a synonym of ‘large’. The opposite is small’.  

Pronunciation

Dictionaries show the Pronunciation of a word using phonetic symbols. Each word contains one or more syllables: ‘book’ has one syllable; ‘before’ has two syllable (be-fore); ‘cinema’ has three syllables (ci-ne-ma); ‘education’ has four syllables (e-du-ca. tion); and so on. 

For pronunciation, it is important to know which syllable has the main stress. On ‘before’ is the second syllable (be ‘fore) on ‘cinema’ it is the first (‘cinema); and on ‘education’ it is third (edu’cation). 

Note: Dictionaries mark stress in different ways: in bold (return); or a ‘before the main syllable (re’turn). Make sure you understand how your dictionary shows it.

  

Punctuation

Full stop.          Comma,           brackets ( )       hyphen -          question mark ?


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Abbreviated styles

سلام
تافل بخش شنیداری هم داره.
و اما ادامه درس

Abbreviated styles 

Some styles of writing and speech have their own special grammar rules, often because

Of the need to save space or time. 

1) Advertisements and instructions 

Small ads and instructions often leave out articles, subject or object pronouns, forms of be and prepositions. 

Cars wanted for cash. Contact Evans, 6 Latton Square.

(Not cars are wanted for cash…)  

Single man looking for flat oxford area. Phone 806127 weekends. Job needed urgently.

Will do anything legal. Call 31563. Pour mixture into large saucepan, heat until boiling, then add three pounds sugar and leave on low heat for 45 minutes.

Can be assembled in ten minutes. Easy to clean. Simple controls. Batteries not included. 

۲)    Notes

Informal notes, diary entries etc often follow similar rules.

Gone to hairdresser. Back 12.30.

Book tickets            phone Ann            see Joe 11.00                  meeting Sue lunch 

The same style may be used in postcards and short information letters.

Dear, Gran

Watching tennis on TV. A good book. Three meals a day. No washing up. Clean sheets every day. Everything done for me. Yes, you’ve guessed-in hospital!!

Only went to doctor for cold-landed up in hospital with pneumonia!! If you have time please tell the others-would love some letters to cheer me up.

Hope to see you.

Love, Pam 

۳)    Commentaries

Commentaries on fast –moving events like football matches also have their own grammar. Less important verbs are often left out.

Goal kick…and ball… the score still Spurs3, Arsenal 1….that’s Pearce….Pearce to Coates...Good ball…Sawyer running wide…Billings  takes it, through to Matthews, Matthews with a cross, oh, and Billings in Beautifully, a good chance there- and it’s a goal! 

4)    Titles, notices etc

Titles, labels, headlines, notices and slogans usually consist of short phrases, not complete sentences. Articles are often left out, especially in the names of buildings and institutions.

 Royal Hotel

Super Cinema

Information office

Bus stop

Police out

More money for nurses 

5)    Headlines

Newspapers headlines have their own special grammar and vocabulary.

Record drugs haul at airport: six held
Four die in blaze


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