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Author: Ms.Mosalla
Date: ۹۴/۰۲/۱۴

Sometimes somebody asks you a question and you don't know the answer. Here are some phrases that you can use when you don't know.

Ten Expressions to Use In Speaking And Writing

  1. Sorry. I don't know.
  2. (I'm afraid,) I've no idea.
  3. (Sorry,) I can't help you there.
  4. I don't know anything about..(cars)
  5. I don't know the first thing about (cars)
  6. I haven't got a clue.
  7. Search me.
  8. Don't ask me.
  9. What are you asking me for?
  10. How the hell should I know?

How To Use These Phrases In Your English

  1. In phrases 1, 2 and 3 we can use either 'sorry' or 'I'm afraid' or we can leave this part of the pharse out. These phrases are quite polite.
  2. Phrases 4 and 5 are saying that you don't know the answer and that you don't know about the whole topic area (cars).
  3. Phrases 6 and 7 are saying (more strongly) that you don't know anything about the topic.
  4. If you say phrases 8 or 9, you are probably a little angry that somebody asked you a question about this topic.
  5. Phrase 10 is showing stronger annoyance that somebody asked you about a certain topic.

Author: Ms.Bakhshi
Date: ۹۴/۰۲/۱۳

Author: Ms.Bakhshi
Date: ۹۴/۰۲/۱۲


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Author: Ms.Bakhshi
Date: ۹۴/۰۲/۱۲


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Author: Ms.Barzegari
Date: ۹۴/۰۲/۱۱

To first understand the major methodological principles of structuralism, one must first understand what structuralism is. "Structuralism," as a linguistic theory, is that words "have to be seen in the context of the larger structure they are part of" (Beginning Theory by Peter Barry). This means that a word is only a word because of the words that surround it, thus "structuralism."

1. Saussure stated that the meanings we give to words are arbitrary. The physicality, or structure of a word, holds no bearing to its connotation nor denotation. (The only exceptions may be onomatopoeia, however, because even these vary by language, it is not necessarily correct.)

2. Saussure stated that the meanings of words are relational. "No word can be defined in isolation from other words" (Barry). It is necessary to have other words frame a context to understand one word.

3. According to Saussure, there are no intrisic, or fixed meanings in words. If a group of people were asked to think of "dog," some people may mentally conjure a border collie, others a beagle, and others a labrador, etc. While these are all dogs, and would correctly fit under the category of "dog," this word would not accomplish simultaneous thought, or a fixed meaning.

4. And the fourth principle according to Saussure is that language constitues our world. Because language exists, thought exists (think 1984 and the removal of words from the dictionary). Because the word "freedom" exists, we understand the concept; however, if no such word existed, the thought would be vague or unclear, at the very least.

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Author: Ms.Barzegari
Date: ۹۴/۰۲/۱۱

قابل توجه دانشجويان مقطع كارشناسي آموزش زبان انگليسي واحد يزد 

بدين وسيله ياد آور مي شود براي دروس بيان شفاهي 1، بيان شفاهي 2، مكالمه موضوعي، تدريس عملي 1 راهنمايي و تدريس عملي 2 دبيرستان، آزمون نهايي برگزار نمي شود و فعاليت هاي كلاسي دانشجويان به عنوان نمره نهايي ثبت خواهد شد.


با آرزوي موفقيت

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Author: English Department
Date: ۹۴/۰۲/۰۸

Dead meat

 dead meat means that you are really angry with someone and is usually used as an exaggeration.

For example Johnny may tell his friend Eddy that "I am dead meat if you ride my new bike." What he really is saying is don't touch my bike!

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Author: Ms.Mosalla
Date: ۹۴/۰۲/۰۱

Saying goodbye (4)


A: I just dropped in to say goodbye.

B: what time are you leaving?

A: I’m going to try to leave by 10:00.

B: Take care and give my best to your parents.

A: Goodbye. hope to see you again next year.



to drop in: to visit someone: به كسي سر زدن

I just dropped in to say goodbye:آمده ام خداحافظي كنم

What time are you leaving?: When do you leave?: What time are you going?: چه ساعتي مي روي؟

I’m going to try to leave by 10:00: سعي دارم تا ساعت 10 اينجا را ترك كنم.

Take care: مواظب خودت باش

Take care and give my best to your parents:

مواظب خودت باش و بهترين سلام هاي من را به والدينت برسان (به پدر و مادرت سلام برسان)

Goodbye. hope to see you again next year:

خداحافظ. اميدوارم سال آينده مجددا ببينمت. 

::Tags: Easy English
Author: English Department
Date: ۹۴/۰۱/۳۱

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Author: English Department
Date: ۹۴/۰۱/۲۳

take time to love.............it is the secret of enteral youth


take time to laugh.................it is the music of the heart


take time to cry..................it is the sign of a large heart


take time to read...............it is the source of knowledge


take time to hear.................it is the power of inteligent


take time to think........................itis the key of success


take time to play............ it is the freshness of childhood


take time to dream............. it is the breath of happiness


take time to live.............because time passes quickly and never returns!


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Author: Ms.Mosalla
Date: ۹۴/۰۱/۲۱

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Author: Ms.Mosalla
Date: ۹۴/۰۱/۲۱

Author: Ms.Mosalla
Date: ۹۴/۰۱/۱۹
عکس نوشته های زیبا به زبان انگلیسی با ترجمه فارسی

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Author: Ms.Mosalla
Date: ۹۴/۰۱/۱۹
Author: Ms.Mosalla
Date: ۹۴/۰۱/۱۹

Saying goodbye (3)


A: I’m calling to say goodbye.

B: When do you leave?

A: I’m catching the 11:00 train.

B: Take care of yourself and don’t forget to keep in touch.

A: Goodbye. Thanks again for everything.


I’m calling to say goodbye.:تماس گرفتم خداحافظي كنم

When do you leave?: What time are you going?: چه ساعتي مي روي؟

catch: گرفتن

I’m catching the 11:00 train: با قطار ساعت 11 ميروم.

Take care of yourself: مواظب خودت باش

to keep in touch: to call or write sometimes: در تماس بودن

don’t forget to keep in touch: يادت نره در تماس باشي

Thanks again for everything: مجددا از بابت همه چيز سپاسگزارم

::Tags: Easy English
Author: English Department
Date: ۹۴/۰۱/۱۷

14Very Important Educational Tools You Barely Knew Existed




Author: Ms.Bakhshi
Date: ۹۳/۱۲/۲۰

Whether you are a foreign student or a native speaker, English skills can always be improved. There are many tried and true tips for learning English. These are five English tips that are often taught to the foreign language speakers coming into English. These tips not only help learn English, but they are also tips on improving English skills.

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Author: Ms.Barzegari
Date: ۹۳/۱۲/۱۷

Saying goodbye (2)


A: I’d like to say goodbye to everyone.

B: What time are you going?

A: My plane leaves at 7:25.

B: Well, goodbye and have a good trip.

A: Goodbye. Remember to look me up if you’re ever in Washington.


I’d like: I would like: مايلم

I’d like to say goodbye to everyone: مي خواستم از همه خداحافظي كنم

What time are you going? چه ساعتي مي روي؟

My plane leaves at 7:25: هواپيماي من ساعت 7:25 حركت مي كنه

trip: مسافرت

Well, goodbye and have a good trip: خوب، خداحافظ و سفر خوبي داشته باشي

to look someone up: تماس گرفتن با كسي

Washington: واشنگتن

نكته: واشنگتن نامي ايالتي است در شمال غربي آمريكا كه جنگل ها و هواي باراني اش معروف است. از شهرهاي بزرگ آن مي توان به سياتل و تاكوما اشاره كرد.

Remember to look me up if you’re ever in Washington:

فراموش نكن اگه يه وقت به واشنگتن اومدي با من تماس بگيري


::Tags: Easy English
Author: English Department
Date: ۹۳/۱۲/۱۶

Activities at the start of the lesson deserve more attention than they usually receive. In fact, the  initial activities that start the class are very important for  the following reasons:


Author: Ms.Barzegari
Date: ۹۳/۱۲/۱۳