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     " زمان ها در زبان انگلیسی "

     

    مدرس: دکتر امین نعیمی

    زمان: چهارشنبه 21 و 28 آبان ساعت 12 الی 13

    مکان: دانشکده علوم انسانی_ 416

     

    علاقمندان جهت ثبت نام میتوانند شنبه و یکشنبه ساعت 12 الی 13 به دفتر انجمن علمی زبان واقع در ساختمان افشاریان مراجعه نمایند.

     

    ضمنأ ظرفیت کلاس محدود میباشد.



    ::Tags: Events
    Author: Ms.Babai
    Date: 93/08/05

    جلسات گفتمان

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    شنبه ها ساعت  13 الی 14

    ساختمان افشاریان_416

     



    ::Tags: Events
    Author: Ms.Babai
    Date: 93/08/05

     

    You will never feel free until you have freed yourself from the prison of your own false thoughts. 

    Philip Arnold


    Author: Ms.Bakhshi
    Date: 93/08/27

     

    The following chart will help you determine your learning style; read the word in the left column and then find the answer that most fits you in the three columns to the right. Your answers may fall into all three columns, but one column will likely contain the most answers. The dominant column indicates your primary learning style. Knowing what kind of learner you are can help you to develop a learning  strategy.

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    ::Tags: practice english
    Author: Ms.Bakhshi
    Date: 93/08/25

    Putting periods after abbreviations (or not) is a little-known difference between British English and American English.

    In American English, we always put a period after an abbreviation; it doesn’t matter whether the abbreviation is the first two letters of the word (as in Dr. for Drive) or the first and last letter (as in Dr. for Doctor).

    British writers, however, make a distinction: abbreviations that are written with the first and last letter of the word (as in Dr. for Doctor and Mr. for Mister) do not get a period.

    Here are examples of how the abbreviations differ:




    ::Tags: practice english
    Author: Ms.Bakhshi
    Date: 93/08/24


    I made an embarrassing mistake the other day. I wrote "I can't hardly believe . . ." when I should have written "I can hardly believe . . ."

    "Can't hardly" is an example of a double negative—something writing experts say you should avoid—and it also doesn't make much sense. Often double negatives mean the opposite of what you are trying to say.

    Occasionally, double negatives are useful when you want to place emphasis on something bad. I recently read a sentence in the New Scientist that referred to less unhealthy cigarettes. "Less unhealthy" is a double negative—"healthier" would be the positive descriptor but "less unhealthy" keeps the emphasis on cigarettes' dangers.

    Other examples of double negatives (and poor word choices) include

        could care less
        ain't got no
        don't need no
        don't have nothing



    ::Tags: practice english
    Author: Ms.Bakhshi
    Date: 93/08/21

    In life there are times when we have to warn people about all sorts of things. We might need to warn someone to avoid taking too many risks or if they a climbing up a ladder you might warn them to be safe. We often see formal notices around us that act as warnings about dangers or warning us not to do something.

    In every language there are expressions that are used to warn people. In this post in my , I’d like to share 10 expressions we use to warn people. I’ve categorized the expressions under the different scenarios that we could find ourselves in.

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    ::Tags: practice english
    Author: Ms.Bakhshi
    Date: 93/08/20

    The term "jigsaw" was believed to first be used around 1760 by John Spilsbury. He was a teacher in London. He wanted to produce a tool to teach his students what the country of England looked like.


    So, he came up with this idea which was to have separate wood blocks that you could fit together side by side. Each block represented a part of the country. This way his students could visualize the whole country and separate it into pieces in order to understand each part better.

    He used a jig saw to cut the blocks into unique pieces that fit together in a special way. This is how the name developed.

    This idea became popular and spread rapidly. Private companies jumped on his idea and started to develop it into other types of big pictures, such as the world map, and marketed them as educational tools and toys, until they became the jigsaw puzzles we know today.

    * Jig saw: a light portable electric saw with a vertical blade that used for cutting curves.



    ::Tags: practice english
    Author: Ms.Bakhshi
    Date: 93/08/17
    "Be good, but don't waste your time to prove it to others"


    ::Tags: Wisdom Quotes
    Author: Mr.Khalesi
    Date: 93/08/15


    An eponym is a word that is formed from the name of a person. A famous example is the word sandwich, named after the Earl of Sandwich, but there are hundreds more. We seem to like this type of word association and eponyms crop up in all fields. Here are some examples:

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    ::Tags: practice english
    Author: Ms.Bakhshi
    Date: 93/08/14
     


    A variety of terms distinguish the kinds of languages and vocabularies that exist outside the mainstream of standard, formal language. Here are twelve words and phrases that denote specific ideas of language usage.

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    ::Tags: practice english
    Author: Ms.Bakhshi
    Date: 93/08/13


    Adverbs of Manner: Adverbs of manner provide information on how someone does something

    For example: Ali walks very carefully

     

    Adverbs of Time: Adverbs of time provide information on when something happens

    For example: We'll come to you next week

     

    Adverbs of Frequency: Adverbs of frequency provide information on how often something happens

    For example: They usually get up at eight o'clock

     

    Adverbs of Degree: Adverbs of degree provide information concerning how much of something is done

    For example: They like playing golf a lot

     

    Adverbs of Comment: Adverbs of comment provide a comment, or opinion about a situation

    For example: Fortunately, there were some sandwiches left for us



    ::Tags: practice english
    Author: Ms.Babai
    Date: 93/08/09



    ::Tags: ٍEvents
    Author: Ms.Babai
    Date: 93/08/07

    A: I'm in a big trouble!
    B: Why is that?
    A: I saw a mouse in my house!
    B: Oh, well, all you need to do is use a trap.
    A: I don't have one.
    B: Well then, buy one.
    A: Can't afford one.
    B: I can give you mine if you want.
    A: That sounds good.
    B: All you need to do is just use some cheese in order to make the mouse come to the trap.
    A: I don't have any cheese.
    B: Okay then, take a piece of bread and put a bit of oil in it and put it in the trap.
    A: I don't have oil.
    B: Well, then put only a small piece of bread.
    A: I don't have bread.
    B: Then what is the mouse doing at your house?!



    ::Tags: Funny
    Author: Mr.Seyf
    Date: 93/08/07

    با سلام . چنتا اصطلاح خوب و باحال میخوام بزارم . انشالله مورد استفاده قرار بگیره                    

     

                leave it to me


                      بسپارش به من  

    your wish is my command

    شما امر بفرمایید

     

    nice to have you here

     خوبه که شما رو اینجا داریم/خیلی خوش آمدین

     

    i cant place you

     

    شما رو به جا نمیارم

     

     

     


    Author: Mr.Seyf
    Date: 93/08/05

    Meeting old friends (3)

     

    A: You haven’t been around much lately, have you?

    B: No. I’ve been away on vacation.

    A: Oh? Where were you?

    B: Isfahan. I`ve got a cousin there.

     

    lately: recently: اخيرا

    You haven’t been around much lately, have you?:

    اخيرا زياد اين طرف ها نيستي؟ اخيرا زياد خبري ازت نيست؟

    vacation: تعطيلات

    I’ve been away on vacation: تعطيلات خود را مي گذراندم

    Where were you?: كجا بودي؟

    cousin: فرزندان عمو، خاله، عمه و دايي

    I`ve got a cousin there: يه پسرخاله (پسردايي ....) اونجا دارم



    ::Tags: Easy English
    Author: English Department
    Date: 93/08/01
     دوستانی که تمایل به همکاری در فصلنامه پایـــــیز انجمن علمی زبان را دارند میتوانند مطالب

    خود را به آدرس زیر ایمیل نمایند تا درصورت تآیید با نام شما در مجله چاپ گردد.

     

     

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    ::Tags: Events
    Author: Ms.Babai
    Date: 93/07/25

    Be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a hard battle

    Plato



    ::Tags: brainy quote
    Author: Mr.Khalesi
    Date: 93/07/20
    به اطلاع دانشجویان عزیز می رسانیم کلاسهای استاد مرتضوی زاده در هفته جاری دایر می باشد.



    ::Tags: event
    Author: Ms.Barzegari
    Date: 93/07/14
    Author: Ms.Babai
    Date: 93/07/07
     
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