What's the weather like today? What will the weather be like tomorrow? Nice day today, isn't it? What awful weather! What a lovely day! It's raining. It's snowing. It's … Tomorrow it will be … Yesterday it was … sunny cloudy overcast foggy stormy windy cold warm hot
A thunderstorm is a grand sight. In our country, thunderstorms are very common at the beginning and at the end of the monsoon. We had a grand thunderstorm yesterday.
We had had hot blasts of wind for many days. Everyday, the blazing sun used to rise in the sky, and the earth burned like a furnace. At last we saw some dark clouds that were forming in the sky. The air was very not moving. Everything was so calm. But, it was a calm before the storm. It was a signal that the storm was going to burst.
The storm came at last. The dark clouds overcast the sky.The thunder rolled and the flashes of lightning appeared in the heavens.
Then a cool wind started blowing. It smelt of rain. Slowly, the thunder
roll became louder and the flashes of lightning became brighter. The clouds started racing swiftly across the sky; the sharp raindrops began to fall; the storm had come. Now the storm was furious. The lightning flashed continuously in the sky. There thunder crashed tremendously. The rain poured down heavily. The trees were violently rocked to and fro by the strong wind.The storm roared for an hour. Nothing could be heard except the loud rain pour and the louder boom of the wind. The thunder crashed and rolled, the lightning was flashing, the heavy rain poured down, and the furious storm blew.
After an hour, the wind slowed down to a gentle breeze; the lightning flashes became less frequent; the thunder disappeared; the heavy rain changed to a drizzle. The storm had ended. But it left its marks behind.The electric poles were twisted; the trees were uprooted; the windowpanes were broken; the roofs of the mud-houses were blown away; the cottages were swept away and puddles and pools were filled with rushing water.
But it did a lot of good. The air became clean and cool; the earth became soft and wet; and the atmosphere became pure.
لغات مربوط به سرطان رو گذاشتم براتون.البته امیدوارم لازمتون نشه.
همیشه سلامت و سر بلند و شاد باشید.
در ضمن همچنان به یاری سبزتان نیازمندیم
از عزیزانی که مایل هستن در این وبلاگ همکاری کنن تو قسمت نظرات اسم و آدرس ایمیل بزارن تا به جمع ما اضافه بشن.دوستانی که انگلیسی خوب بلدن.
Cancer: Medical Vocabulary
The following are terms that you might hear during the diagnosis and treatment of cancer: Adjuvant therapy: Chemotherapy, radiotherapy or hormone therapy used to kill remaining cancer cells left behind after surgery.
Advance Directive: Instructions on what kind of care you would like to receive (or not receive) if you become unable to make medical decisions.
Any tumor, growth or cell abnormality that is not cancerous. The growth
will not spread to deeper tissues or other parts of the body.
Therapy that uses the body's own immune system to attack cancer cells.
Biological therapy is sometimes called immunotherapy, biotherapy or
biological response therapy.
Biopsy: Removal of a small portion of tissue to see whether it is cancerous.
Carcinoma In Situ (CIS): Cancer that involves only the cells in which it started and has not spread to deeper tissues or other parts of the body.
Chemotherapy: Therapy that uses drugs to damage cancer cells and make it difficult for them to grow in number.
Clinical Breast Exam: Examination done by a health-care professional who has training in breast health.
Research studies that involve actual patients. They are designed to
find better ways to manage cancer (and other medical conditions and
diseases) from prevention and detection to diagnosis and treatment.
Insertion of a long, flexible, lighted tube through the rectum and into
the colon. This allows the physician to check the lining of the colon
Colposcopy: procedure where a lighted, magnifying instrument (colposcope) is used to examine vaginal and cervical abnormalities.
Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM):
Therapy used during or after cancer treatment that may help relieve the
symptoms of cancer and/or standard cancer treatments. Some examples of
CAM include meditation, yoga, spiritual counseling, acupuncture,
acupressure and transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS).
Digital Rectal Exam: Exam where the doctor feels inside the rectum with his or her finger and checks for abnormalities.
Family History and Genetic Risk Factor: Increased risk of cancer because a close relative (such as a mother or a sister) had or has had the disease.
A doctor who specializes in treating every part and disorder of the
human body. He or she may manage all or part of your cancer treatment.
Fecal Occult Blood Test: Test that checks for the presence of blood in the stool. This test can be used to help diagnose colorectal cancer.
Fibroid: A benign tumor usually found in the uterus.
Insertion of a flexible, lighted tube into the rectum. This tube is
shorter than the tube used in a colonoscopy. It allows the physician to
check the rectum and part of the colon for abnormalities.
Follow-up: An appointment with your doctor after treatment to check the status of your cancer and overall health.
Invasive Cancer: Cancer that starts in one area of the body and then spreads to the deeper tissues of that same area.
Localized: Cancer affecting only the cells of a certain area.
Lumpectomy: Surgery that removes abnormal or cancerous tissue and sometimes part of the surrounding healthy tissue.
Malignant: Indicates that cancer cells are present and may be able to spread to other parts of the body.
Mammogram: An X-ray taken of the breast in order to check for abnormalities.
Mastectomy: Surgical procedure that removes all or part of a diseased (cancerous) breast.
A type of skin cancer where the cancerous cells are found in the
melanocytes (cells that make the skin darker after being exposed to
natural or artificial sunlight).
Nonmelanoma: A type of skin cancer where the cancerous cells are found in places other than the melanocytes.
The spread of cancer from one area of the body to another. For example,
breast cancer may spread to the lymph nodes and lung cancer may spread
to the brain.
Neoadjuvant Therapy: Chemotherapy or radiotherapy given before surgery.
Oncologist: A physician who specializes in cancer and its treatment.
Palliative Care: Therapy that focuses on improving one's quality of life rather than curing his or her cancer.
Polyp: Usually a benign growth. Some polyps on the wall of the colon or rectum can contain cancer or become cancerous over time.
A test that involves the scraping and study of cells that line the
cervix. Pap smears (also called pap tests) are used to detect
precancerous and cancerous cells, as well as other noncancerous
Pathologist: A doctor who identifies diseases (such as cancer) by studying cells under a microscope.
Prognosis: The expected outcome of a disease and chances for recovery.
Prosthesis: An artificial replacement for a body part such as a breast or leg.
Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) Test:
A test that measures the amount of a substance created by the prostate
gland in the blood. An elevated amount could be the result of infection,
prostate cancer or an enlarged prostate.
Radiation Therapy (also called radiotherapy):
Therapy that uses high-energy rays (beams of light) or radioactive
materials to damage cancer cells, making it more difficult for them to
grow in number.
Reconstructive Surgery: Operation
performed to repair skin and muscles after surgery to treat cancer has
been performed. Often used to reconstruct a breast after a mastectomy.
Recurrence: The development of cancerous cells in the same area or another area of the body after cancer treatment.
Risk Factors: Behaviors (such as smoking) or other circumstances (family or genetic history) that may increase your risk of cancer.
Side effects (of therapy):
problems caused by the damage of healthy cells along with cancerous
cells during treatment. Some common side effects of cancer therapy
include being tired, feeling sick to your stomach (nausea), throwing up,
hair loss and mouth sores.
Stages of Cancer: The
progression of cancer from mild to severe. Usually indicates whether it
has spread to deeper tissues or other parts of the body. One method used
by doctors to stage different types of cancer is the TNM classification
system. In this system, doctors determine the presence and size of the
tumor (T), how many (if any) lymph nodes are involved (N) and whether or
not the cancer has metastasized (M). A number (usually 0-4) is assigned
to each of the three categories to indicate its severity.
Surgery: A procedure that removes, repairs or allows for the further study of a part of the body.
Tumor: An abnormal mass of tissue that can be benign or malignant
آموزش زبان انگلیسی:دانلود آخرین نسخه دیکشنری لانگمن
Dictionary of Contemporary English 5th Edition
نرم افزار دیکشنری Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English یکی از معروف ترین و پرطرفدار ترین دیکشنری
های حال حاضر جهان به شمار میرود. این نرم افزار کاملترین دیکشنری زبان انگلیسی است
و یک منبع کامل لغات و جملات زبان انگلیسی می باشد. شما با داشتن این نرم افزار دیگر
نیازی به خرید کتاب های مختلف دیکشنری ندارید چرا که این برنامه مرجع کامل لغات زبان
انگلیسی است. در این نرم افزار بیش از 230,000 کلمه، لغت ، معنی، مثال و ... قرار دارد
و همچنین بیش از 165,000 جمله و مثال مختلف به زبان انگلیسی در این برنامه گنجانده
شده است. این برنامه علاوه بر اینکه یک مترجم لغات است، یک نرم افزار آموزش زبان انگلیسی
نیز می باشد. در واقع در این نرم افزار قسمت های مختلف آموزش زبان قرار گرفته که به
شما در یادگیری بهتر زبان انگلیسی کمک بسیار زیادی می کند. به عنوان مثال وقتی شما
لغتی را برای ترجمه وارد این نرم افزار می کنید، علاوه بر اینکه نرم افزار معنی کامل
آنرا در اختیار شما قرار می دهد اطلاعات دیگری مانند کلمات مترادف، کاربرد کلمه در
فرهنگ های مختلف، طریقه تلفظ صحیح لغت، کلمات متضاد، کاردبر کلمه مورد نظر در جاهای
مختلف، نوع کلمه از لحاظ دستوری، تمرین های مختلف در رابطه با لغت مورد نظر و ... را
در رابطه با لغت مورد نظرتان را در اختیار شما قرار می دهد. علاوه بر این یکی از ویژگی
های بسیار مهم این دیکشنری قابلیت تلفظ صحیح لغات و کلمات به دو لهجه ی امریکن و بریتیش
می باشد که شما با استفاده از این قابلیت به راحتی می توانید با تلفظ صحیح لغت مورد
نظرتان نیز آشنا شوید. همچنین با کمک این برنامه می توانید خود را برای امتحان در آزمون
های مختلف زبان انگلیسی نیز آماده کنید.
An important step to improving your vocabulary is to not only learn the appropriate terms, but to learn the words that commonly go together with those terms. These word combinations are often, adjective + noun, verb + noun, and noun + verb pairs. Each of these collocation sheets provide collocations for commonly used words arranged into categories. Each collocation is illustrated with an example sentence.
Adjectives + "Equipment"
The following list are adjectives that are commonly used with the noun 'equipment'. Each adjective has an example sentence to illustrate usage.
He always buys the latest fishing equipment to make sure he catches the most fish.
ot quite a bit of modern computer equipment in the house.
The lab uses only state-of-the-art equipment.
Our equipment is up-to-date, but not state-of-the-art.
I love browsing in stores with lots of high tech equipment.
We use sophisticated equipment to track weather across the region.
Our technical equipment is equal to any task.
Be careful when you use that equipment. It's very sensitive.
Be sure to gather all the essential equipment before you begin the experiment.
We need to get rid of that faulty equipment and buy the latest.
The school bought state-of-the-art gym equipment this year.
Office equipment manufactures do billions in business each year.
The laboratory employs a wide range of scientific equipment.
The studio provides a wide range of electronic equipment for your needs.
Verbs + "Equipment"
I've been saving to purchase the new equipment.
Best Buy sells a wide range of audio equipment.
Our company supplies a number of leading hospitals with medical equipment.
You'll need to ask a specialist to install this equipment.
We need to upgrade our scientific equipment.
You don't need to be a genius to operate this equipment.
This profession requires a wide range of equipment.
"Equipment" + Verbs
consist of something
The required equipment consists of two transformers and a switch.
The equipment is working now.
Unfortunately, the equipment is malfunctioning at the moment.
"Equipment" + Nouns
There are a number of high tech equipment manufacturers in the area.
The best computer equipment vendor is down the street.
It's best to go with equipment rental for that project. Buying that technical equipment is far too expensive.
Phrases + "Equipment"
Don't try that experiment without the right equipment.
Make sure to have all the proper equipment before you begin
There are many ways to talk about physical appearance
My grandfather is quite old. In fact, as he has a pension, he is an old age pensioner, or a senior citizen.
His daughter, my aunt, is 55, and middle-aged. She has three sons. One is a young adult, at 24 years of age, and the other two are both teenagers. They are 16 and 17. My sister also has two children – one toddler who is a two-year old, and a baby who is 6 months old.
People are built in all shapes and sizes. There are those who are fat and overweight. Some people are extremely overweight and are obese. Other people are naturally slim, but others look have absolutely no fat on them and are thin, or skinny.
Personally, I am stocky – small, but well-built. My father is tall and lean – with very little fat. My sister is short, but wiry – she is quite thin, but muscular. Both my brothers are athletic and well-proportioned. My mother looks like a 1940's film star. She is curvaceous, with an hour-glass figure.
My grandfather is fit for his age and takes plenty of exercise. He doesn't want all his muscles to get flabby.
My sister is an English rose – she has fair hair and fair skin. She doesn't tan easily and has to be careful in the sun. My mother is blonde, also with a fair complexion. I am a red-head – with red hair. Like many other people with a pale complexion, I get freckles from the sun – small brown dots on my face and arms. In contrast, my father has dark-brown hair and he is quite dark-skinned. You are born with a colour – white or Caucasian, black or Asian. People whose parents are of different ethnic origin are mixed-race. Southern Europeans are sometimes described as Mediterranean.
Faces, like build, vary a lot. Some people have oval faces – their foreheads are much wider than their chins. Other people have heart-shaped, square or round faces.
Features also vary. My grandfather has bushy eyebrows (he has lots of hair!), a hooked nose and high cheekbones. His eyes are large and set quite far apart. My mother has a broad nose, which she hates, as she prefers narrow noses. But she is lucky to have even or regular teeth. My sister corrected her crooked teeth by wearing a brace which straightened them. She has rosy cheeks, small ears and a snub nose, which goes up at the end.
I have long, curly hair, though my sister is the opposite, with short, straight hair. Her hair is fine and doesn't weigh very much, but mine is thick and heavy. My mother's hair is wavy – in between straight and curly. It's cut in a bob and she also has a short fringe, where it is cut horizontally across her forehead. My father is losing his hair – in fact he is going bald, which makes him very sad. My brother looks like he is going to lose his hair too – it is receding.
What do you like doing in your spare time? Do you go somewhere with
your friends or your family? Here is some useful English vocabulary for
talking about entertainment
Many people regularly go to the cinema (or the pictures). Most towns have a multiplex (= multi-screen) cinema which shows a wide range of films, from feature films to family films. Films are classified in Britain, with U suitable for all ages, PG (parental guidance) suitable for everyone over the age of 8, 12 (where no children can watch unless they are with an adult), 15 (where no one under the age of 15 can watch) and 18 (only suitable for adults
Large towns as well as the major cities have theatres, where you can
see plays, musicals or pantomimes (a comedy play performed over
Christmas). You can choose to go in the afternoon, for the matinee (pronounced "mat - in - ay") performance, or in the evening.
Generally, the more you pay, the better seat you get. The stalls are the seats at ground level in front of the stage, and these have the best views. Then there are the seats in the Dress Circle (or Royal Circle), which are in the first balcony. They also have good views of the stage. Then there are the seats in the Upper Circle, which are in the second balcony. Above this are cheaper seats in the Balcony or the Gallery, which are so high up that it's often difficult to see the actors. There are also seats in the Boxes, which are private rooms built into the side walls of the theatre
Large cities can offer you a huge range of musical performances, from opera to classical concerts to jazz, folk, rock and pop gigs (= concerts). In summer there are often music festivals, with Glastonbury Festival being one of the most popular.
Bank holidays and weekends are favourite times to go out with your
family. Some things, such as circuses, zoos and water parks can be
quite expensive. But other events, such as fun-days, parades and carnivals are much cheaper. Children often like to go by themselves to funfairs, where they can go on the rides and eat candyfloss
A cheap night out
There are also plenty of cheap activities available in English towns and cities. Bingo is popular, and in London, people still go to the dogs, to see and bet on dog racing. You can often find a leisure centre in towns, which offer sport facilities. Many English people go to their local (= pub) where they can play darts or pool (= a type of snooker), as well as have a drink with friends.
At the weekend, younger people often go clubbing (= night clubs) or to a disco with their friends.
آموزش زبان انگلیسی Renovating and decorating your house
Renovating and decorating your house
Many people in the UK like renovating or "doing up" their houses to
keep up with fashions and trends. Here are some useful English words
and phrases to describe this
give something a lick / a coat of paint = paint walls
hang / put up wallpaper = to attach new paper to the walls
fit / put up blinds or curtains
= cover the windows either with curtains (fabric hanging across the
window) or blinds (strips of plastic or fabric that cover the window)
throw out / replace the old light fittings = change the lights
go for a (name of fashion) effect = recreate a particular look
put the finishing touches to = complete the decoration with the final details
have an extension = build on to the existing house to provide more rooms
put in a conservatory / a fitted kitchen / a new bathroom
= to install a conservatory (room between the back of the house and the
garden), a fitted kitchen (where the units are connected, rather than
being single pieces) or a new bathroom
convert the loft (have a loft conversion) = convert the attic into a liveable room
turn the dining room into a spare bedroom = convert a room into one with a different purpose
knock down a wall = demolish a wall
knock through from the kitchen = demolish the wall from the kitchen into another room
build a patio = build a paved area around part or the whole of the house
rewire the house = put in new electrical wiring
install central heating / solar panels = put in a new heating system
re-plaster the ceiling = take off the old plaster (covering the bricks) and replace it with new
re-tile the bathroom = put new tiles on the floor and walls
Other useful expressions
diy = Do it Yourself (doing maintenance and building works in your house)
be handy around the house = to be practical and able to do jobs in the house
draw up plans = to make technical plans before you do building or renovation work
get planning / building permission = to get authorisation from the town hall to do work on your house
Someone who likes a particular type of music,sport,book etc
Lover [n C]
Be a lover of Mr Roach was a lover of the arts
and had a particular passion for classical music. \jazz/art/animal etc
lover Every jazz lover , at some time in their life, has dreamed of
visiting New Orleans. Great lover(=Someone whi likes or cares about
something very much)Miss Bardot has gained the reputation of being a great
Freak (= an informal word: someone who is extremely interested in fitness
etc) [n C]
Raw vegtables in fitness and nuts have always been a
favourite with health-food freaks.\Jack isn’t wild about pop music, But Jason is
a real reggae٭ freak.
a style of popular music with a strongly accented subsidiary beat, originating
Fan someone who likes a particular performer or
activity very much, and watches or listens to them as often as possible [n C]
The fans shouted and screamed as Michael Jackson walked
onto the stage. \opera/jazz/baseball etc fan Gina loved going to the
theatre and was a great opera fan.
\be a big/great fan of (=have an extremely strong
likeing for) I’ve never been a big fan of TV shows.
Enthusiast someone who likes a subject, activity,
performer etc very much, is very interested in them and knows a lot about them
Football/film/jazz etc enthusiast
Real enthusisats are willing to pay up to $12,000 for an
original copy of the book.
Devotee someone who likes something sych as art or
literature so much that they spend a lot of their time and money on it [n C]
آموزش زبان انگلیسی Verbs and Phrasal Verbs About Clothes
Lets Learn English
Many verbs have different meanings, however this section deals with verbs
and phrasal verbs connected with clothes . An example is provided only where
the verb is commonly used in everyday conversation.
One irregular verb in bold is shown in all its forms.
To Live Is To Love To Love Is To Feel To Feel Is To Hurt To Hurt Is To Lose To Lose Is To Hate To Hate Is To Heal To Heal Is To Change To Change Is To Risk To Risk Is To Love Love Is A Risk Everyone Takes Some Of Us Win Some Of Us Lose Its A Lottery Of Hearts You Never Know What To Expect Just Keep Playing The Odds And Pray For The Best ... Have Fun And Keep Your Masks On
the balance of advantage; superiority in strength, power, or resources: the chances of something happening or being the case.
at odds in conflict or at variance. it makes no odds informal, chiefly Brit. it does not matter. [from an earlier use of odds in the sense 'difference in advantage or effect'.] lay (or give) odds offer a bet with odds favourable to the other better. over the odds Brit. (especially of a price) above what is generally considered acceptable. take odds offer a bet with odds unfavourable to the other better.
آموزش زبان انگلیسی Spice up your nightlife with English
Spice up your nightlife with English
It's the weekend, and it's time to have some good times! With so many entertainment possibilities, it's good to be armed with a variety of fun expressions that you can use.
Dressed to the nines Any big night out begins at home with a wardrobe full of clothes, a mirror and some imagination! When you are dressed to the nines it means that you are wearing some seriously fashionable clothes. For example, you might say, "If we're going to the cocktail party we'd better get dressed to the nines!"
Grab a bite to eat You may want to start the night with a quick dinner at a restaurant or cafe, which we call grabbing a bite to eat. For example, your friend might ask you, "Do you want to grab a bite to eat before we go out?"
Go and catch a flick Early evening is a great time to pay a visit to the local cinema and catch up on the latest big movie. Informally, we say that we are going to catch a flick when we are going to watch a movie. For example, your friends may say, "Let's go and catch a flick at the cinema tonight!"
Paint the town red By now, everyone is probably ready to let loose and have some fun! This is what we call painting the town red, having a really great night out with friends! So, when you're friends asks "Do you want to go and paint the town red?" they're not expecting you to bring paint and paintbrushes!
Go bar-hopping Part of your big night out might include stopping into a few bars for some relaxing drinks and to meet up with friends. By bar-hopping we mean that you go to one bar for a while, and then hop, or move on, to several more.
Shoot some pool While bar-hopping you might spot a pool table and feel like having a quick game or two. Don't worry, it's not as dangerous as it sounds - shooting some pool simply means to play pool!
Dance the night away Hearing lots of music while bar-hopping has probably got everyone in the mood for a disco! Dancing the night away means to dance for hours and hours until the early hours of the next morning. So when someone asks you the next day why you are so tired, you can tell them, "Because last night I danced the night away!"