وبلاگ زبان آموزان

آموزش زبان انگلیسی

نویسنده: حبیب الماسیان - ۱۳۸٩/٥/٢٦

Getting Acquainted

آشنا شدن

YOU HERE

اهل کجا هستید؟

Where are you from?

اهل کجا هستید

Where do you come from ?

اهل کدام کشور  هستید؟

What country are you from ?

ملیت شما چیست ؟

What is your nationality ?

از کدام شهر می آیید؟

What city are you from ?

از کدام ایالت هستید؟

What state are you from ?

YOU SAY

ایرانی هستم .

I am from (Iran).

از (ایران ) آمده ام .

I come from (Iran).

از (آلمان آمده ام ).

I come from (Germany).

(آلمانی ) هستم .

 I am a (German).

ملیت من (ایتالیایی ) است.

My nationality is (Italian) .

اهل (تهران ) هستم.

I am from (Tehran).

از  ایالت (نیویورک ) آمده ام .

I come from (New York) .

 


منبع : کتاب راهنمای کامل مکالمات روزمره آمریکایی و انگلیسی

نویسنده : سید حسن کاظمی شریعت پناهی

 




نویسنده: حبیب الماسیان - ۱۳۸٩/٥/٢٢


How to use an English dictionary

Tips for getting the most from an English Dictionary.

Invest in a good English dictionary. It's one of the best things that you can do to improve your English.

Learn the phonetic alphabet. At the beginning of most good English dictionaries, you'll find the phonetic table, which tells you how to pronounce the phonetic symbols given with each word. If you learn these symbols, you'll find it much easier to pronounce new words.

Learn how to use the stress marks. Most English dictionaries show where the stress of a word is by using the mark '. This means that the following syllable is stressed:

'pho-to-graph
pho- 'to-gra-pher
pho-to-'gra-phic

The best way to improve your pronunciation is with correct word stress, as making mistakes with stress causes more misunderstandings than mispronouncing the word.

Make sure you know the grammar of the new word. If it is a verb, does it need a preposition, such as 'in' or 'of'? Does the verb have an irregular ending?

Look at the definition of the new word. If you don't understand it, try a simpler dictionary. Good dictionaries give definitions that are simpler than the word they describe.

Look at the example sentence given. It should show the new word in a way that explains its meaning.

Other things to think about

 


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نویسنده: حبیب الماسیان - ۱۳۸٩/٥/٦

 

This web site introduces some common slang with title of "Slang of the day"

 

For example:  Ace

 

Definition:

To do something very well, particularly an examination (verb); first-rate (adjective), or an expert (noun).

Example:

1) I'm going to ace this exam - I've been studying all week!

2) Lois Lane was the ace reporter for The Daily Planet -- although she did have a lot of trouble uncovering Superman's identity!

Etymology:

In World War I, a pilot who shot down five enemy planes was called an 'ace', which is the powerful one card in a deck of playing cards. 'Ace' can be used as a verb (to do well) or as an adjective (excellent, best) or as a noun (a nickname for someone who is good at something, or for a good friend).

For more information please visit the following address:

 

http://www.englishdaily626.com/slang.php

 

 

 

You can also visit an  online dictionary of the rich colourful  slang language from a British perspective, with new slang added every month.

Please click the following title :

 

English slang and colloquialisms used in the United Kingdom