لغات ضروری برای امتحان آیلتس آکادمیک و جنرال

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لغات ضروری برای امتحان آیلتس آکادمیک و جنرال

لغات ضروری برای امتحان آیلتس آکادمیک و جنرال

لغات ضروری برای امتحان آیلتس آکادمیک و جنرال

برخلاف چیزی که در ذهن بسیاری از کسانی که به تازگی گام در مسیر آیلتس گذاشته اند، رسیدن به نمره ۶ یا ۷ خود به خود برابر با حفظ کردن ماشینی هزاران هزار لغت سخت و نامفهوم و گذر از سد آزمون نیست. روش حفظ کردن طوطی وار لغات که ریشه در سیستم آموزشی کشور دارد و زبان آموزان با توجه به آشنایی کامل با آن طبیعتا علاقه بیشتری به آن نشان میدهد متاسفانه به شکست بسیاری در آزمون انجامیده و صد ها ساعت زمان و توان و انرژی بسیاری را هدر میدهد.

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لغات ضروری برای امتحان آیلتس آکادمیک و جنرال – ۰ تا ۱۰۰ !

در این صفحه بایگانی کاملی از پیش پا افتاده ترین و ساده ترین واژگان زبان انگلیسی در سطح آیلتس ۲ یا ۳ تا واژگان کاملا فنی و دشوار در سطح آیلتس ۷ تا ۷٫۵ را بصورت یکجا میبینید. این مجموعه دو ویژگی دارد: (۱)  سبک ترین و کوچترین بسته پیشنهادی مجموعه واژگان لازم و ضروری برای رسیدن به نمره ۷ آیلتس است و (۲) تمامی واژگان لازم بصورت یکجا و بدون تکرار پیشنهاد شده و تنها با اتکا بر همین واژگان میتوان از سطح پایه و بسیار ابتدایی به نمره ۷ آیلتس دست یافت.

این مجموعه پیشنهاد بدون کم و کاست در کلاس های خصوصی، نیمه خصوصی و آنلاین آیلتس مهندس ابوالقاسمی به کار گرفته شده است و چندین سال است با دستاورد درخشانی همراه بوده و تنها یک فرمول پیشنهادی نظری برای دیگران نمیباشد. امیدواریم این مجموعه برای شما عزیزان نیز سودمند باشد.

لغات ضروری برای امتحان آیلتس آکادمیک و جنرال – آغاز کار تا نمره ۶

بدون شک آغاز کار باید با تعیین سطح همراه باشد. اگر پیشتر در کلاس های آموزشگاهی شرکت کرده اید لی این دوره ها را رها کرده اید سطح خود را پایه در نظر بگیرید و از کتاب های پایه یا Basic آغاز کنید. برای مثال کتاب های زیر میتوانند گزینه های بسیار خوبی باشند:

Oxford Word skills Basic

Oxford Word skills Intermediate

توجه داشته باشید که بسیاری از کتاب های واژگان زبان انگلیسی و حتی آیلتس موجود در بازا استاندارد نیستند و در بهترین حالت دربرگیرنده صدها واژه تکراری یا کم کاربرد هستند. با انتخاب و گزینش یک منبع خوب میتوانید از دوباره خوانی و صرف زمان و انرژی خود روی واژه هایی که واقعا به درد شما نخواهند خورد پیشگیری نمایید.

در مرحله بالاتر از کتاب هایی که در بالا اشاره شد میتوانید برای مهارت ریدینگ از کتاب معروف لغات ضروری آیلتس یا Essential Words for IELTS استفاده بفرمایید. سطح این کتاب بالاست و تنها مناسب مهارت ریدینگ شما خواهد بود. این کتاب با دربرداشتن بسیاری از واژه های دشوار اما کاربردی و ضروری در ریدینگ های آیلتس باید گزینه نخست شما برای بهبود وضعیت لغت باشد. از برتری ها  و مزیت های دیگر این کتاب وجود بخش لیسنینگ و ریدینگ و همچنین سوالات درک مطلب و معرفی خانواده لغات Word Family برای یادگیری هرچه عمیق تر لغات در چهارچوب و context میباشد. در بخش بعدی درباره این کتاب صحبت میکنیم.

لغات ضروری برای امتحان آیلتس آکادمیک و جنرال – ادامه کار تا نمره ۷

برای سطح بالاتر از متوسط(نمره ۶) میتوان در یک برنامه جمع و جور تنها به کتاب لغات ضروری آیلتس از انتشارات برنز(بارونز Barron’s) اکتفا کرد. کتاب Essential Words for IELTS از کتاب هایی است که دقیقا بر پاسه ریدینگ های دوره های پیشین آزمون آیلتس نگاشته شده و لغات پرت و بی ربط در آن بسیار کم دیده میشود. همچنین بجز وجود Reading Passage های بسیار همسان با آیلتس آکادمیک و جنرال، تمرین ها و لیسنینگ مناسبی برای تمرین بیشتر در این کتاب به چشم میخورد.

در تمرین های کتاب Essential Words for IELTS میتوان آموزش هایی در زمینه خانواده لغات یا word family مشاهده کرد. این نمونه تمرین ها را در کمتر کتاب لغتی میتوان یافت.

اما سوال بسیاری از زبان آموزان این است که آیا با این کتاب میتوان به نمره ۷ دست یافت. به باور من نرسیدن شما به نمره ۷ ریدینگ آیلتس باید در جایی دیگر جستجوی شود که در بخش بعدی به آن میپردازیم. موضوع مهم دانستن این نکته مهم است که افزودن به دایره لغات به خودی خود منجر به بالا رفتن نمره شما در این مهارت نخواهد شد.

دانلود کتاب لغات ضروری آیلتس برنز Barron’s Essential Words

چرا با این دایره لغات وسیع نمره ریدینگ من از ۵٫۵ بالا نمیرود؟

در یک برنامه کوتاه و فشرده بسیاری از زبان آموزان میتوانند با به پایان رساندن همین ۳ کتابی که در بالا اشاره شد به نمره ۶ تا ۷ برسند. البته دقت داشته باشید در آیلتس بخش ویژه لغات وجود ندارد و نمره ریدینگ برایندی از بسیاری از توانمندی های شما به ویژه درک مطلب، سرعت خواندن متن، حافظه قوی از متن و آشنایی با ساختارهای دستوری پیچیده و البته آشنایی با ساختار بخش ریدینگ آزمون آیلتس و تکنیک های ریدینگ میباشد.

در این زمینه میتوانید توضیحات مهندس ابوالقاسمی دریافت کننده نمره ۸ آیلتس در زمینه پیشرفت گام به گام در مهارت ریدینگ آیلتس از سطح پایه را بشنوید:

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لغات ضروری برای امتحان آیلتس آکادمیک و جنرال – چرا فارسی حفظ کردن جواب نمیدهد؟

بسیاری از زبان آموزان این تصور نادرست را دارند که با حفظ کردن ماشینی لغات و یا حفظ کردن برابرهای فارسی آن ها میتوانند در آزمون آیلتس موفق باشند و متاسفانه پس از چندین بار شرکت در آزمون و ناکامی در این بخش متوجه وجود یک خطای بزرگ در شیوه آموزشی خود میشوند. این خطا عدم توجه به عواملی است که در بالا فهرست کردیم. برای موفقیت در آزمون باید تمامی این عوامل رادر نظر داشته باشید و با آشنایی با نقاط قوت و ضعف خود کوشش کنید وضعیت کلی مهارت ریدینگ خود را بهبهود ببخشید.

فارسی حفظ کردن برابر های واژگان که در ایران بسیار معمول است و از سوی برخی آموزشگاه ها و انتشارات بصورت فعال پیگیری میشود دلیل اصلی شکست در بخش ریدینگ آیلتس به شمار میرود! دانستن برابرهای فارسی تنها یک تصویر گنگ از ریدینگ های دشوار آیلتس به زبان آموز ارائه خواهد کرد که با تکیه بر آن به هیچ وجه در یافتن پاسخ سوالات بسیار دشوار(به ویژه در پارت ۳) و ظریف ریدینگ آیلتس که برای جدا کردن زبان آموزان با سواد و تیزهوش و دارای فهم بالا از متن از دیگران طراحی شده موفق نخواهند بود.

دانستن برابر فارسی لغات انگلیسی بجز خطر بسیار زیاد نادرست بودن آن ها نه تنها هیچ کمکی به درک مطلب شما نخواهد کرد بلکه به ویژه در بخش اسپیکینگ و رایتینگ با درگیر کردن ذهن با ساختارهای زبان دوم عملا مانع پیشرفت شما در ساختن سریع و ارائه جمله های درست خواهد شد.

لغات ضروری برای امتحان آیلتس آکادمیک و جنرال – پیشگیری از تکرار و منابع کم اثر

کتاب هایی که تنها با تبلیغات و با هدف بازرگانی و فروش بیشتر و نه بدلیل ارزش عملی/آموزشی آن ها وارد بازار شده و جا انداخته شده اند کم نیستند. کتاب Grammar Digest یکی از این کتاب هاست که عملا در خارج از ایران ناشناخته است اما دست کم تا ۱۰ سال پیش و پیش از فراگیر شدن اینترنت بعنوان تنها منبع خوب گرامر برای مدرسان زبان انگلیسی پیشنهاد میشد. این کتاب همچنین منبع کنکور رشته زبان انگلیسی، کنکور های ارشد و کنکور های دکترا و آیلتس و تافل بود بدون اینکه کوچکترین ارتباطی با این آزمون ها داشته یا اصولا برای این آزمون ها طراحی شده باشد!

کتاب ۵۰۴، ۶۰۱ و ۱۱۰۰ هم از همین دست کتاب ها هستند. این کتاب ها ارتباطی با آیلتس یا تافل یا دوره های مکالمه زبان انگلیس یا کنکور های ارشد و دکترا ندارند ولی جالب اینکه از سوی مدرسانی که منابعی بهتر در دسترس ندارند، و فقط بدلیل معروف بودن این کتاب ها برای تمامی این دوره ها تجویز میشوند.

پیشگیری از استفاده از این منابع میتواند تاثیر چشمگیری در کامیابی شما داشته باشد. کتاب ۵۰۴، که معمول ترین کتاب بی ربط به آیلتس است به ۳ دلیل اصلی برای این آزمون کاملا نامناسب است:

(۱) کتاب ۵۰۴ برای آزمون آیلتس یا تافل طراحی نشده و واژه های درون آن با واژه های ضروری برای آیلتس و تافل همپوشانی ندارند. افزون بر این واژه های پرشماری در این کتاب وجود ندارند که باید آن ها را برای این کتاب فراگرفت و ضروری هستند.

(۲) کتاب ۵۰۴ هیچ متن واقعی(authentic) همسان با متن های ریدینگ های آیلتس ندارد و خواننده هیچ تمرینی برای بهبود سرعت خواندن، درک مطلب یا تقویت حافظه نخواهد داشت. متن های این کتاب کاملا غیر واقعی و برای گنجاندن تمامی واژه های هر گفتار برای بازبینی و مرور یکباره آن ها هستند و هرگز نخواهند توانست زبان آموز را برای ریدینگ های آیلتس یا تافل آماده کنند.

(۳) کتاب ۵۰۴ دارای بخشی برای تمرین درک مطلب، یا حتی بخش لیسنینگ یا رایتینگ برای جا انداختن واژگان آموزش داده شده نیست درحالیکه کتاب های بسیار مناسبی مثل Essential Words for IELTS وجود دارند که تمامی این بخش ها در آنها گنجانده شده است و بسیار پربازده تر هستند.

لغات ضروری برای امتحان آیلتس آکادمیک و جنرال – نرم افزار ها و اپلیکیشن ها

به تازگی نرم افزارها و اپلیکیشن های زیادی در اینترنت عرضه شده است که میتوانند برای زبان آموزانی که به کارکردن با این نرم افزارها عادت دارند بسیار سودمند باشند و در زمان صرفه جویی زیادی نمایند. این نرم افزارها همچنین مجهز به بخش شنیداری و مثال های فراوان هستند که از برتری های آن ها در سنجش با دیگر شیوه ها به شمار می آید.

در این زمینه فایل صوتی توضیحات را بشنوید:

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لغات ضروری برای امتحان آیلتس آکادمیک و جنرال – مهارت اسپیکینگ و مهارت لیسنینگ

دو مهارت اسپیکینگ و لیسنینگ آیلتس نیز مستقیما با دانش واژگان و دایره لغات در پیوند هستند. در این زمینه میتوانید توضیحات مهندس ابوالقاسمی دریافت کننده نمره ۸٫۵ در مهارت اسپیکینگ و لیسنینگ آیلتس در آزمون رسمی آیلتس در سال ۱۳۹۵ را بشنوید:

برنامه ریزی برای تقویت گام به گام مهارت لیسنینگ آیلتس از پایه:

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برنامه ریزی برای تقویت گام به گام مهارت اسپیکینگ آیلتس از پایه:

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لغات ضروری برای امتحان آیلتس آکادمیک و جنرال – تمرین خود را شروع کنید!

در این بخش فصل هایی از کتاب های Select Readings Elementary و  Oxford Word skills Intermediate آورده شده و زبان آموزان دوره های خصوصی و نیمه خصوصی/آنلاین آیلتس و تافل خواسته میشود پس از بررسی و چک کردن در دیکشنری استاندارد، برای هر یک از واژه های اصلی هر یک از فصل های اصلی این کتاب ها یک مثال در بخش دیدگاه ها بنویسند. این دو کتاب از کتاب های اصلی برای تقویت لغات زبان آموزان از سطح مقدماتی و پیش آیلتس به سطح آیلتس ۶ و آیلتس ۷ میباشد.

این مثال ها توسط ما بررسی میشود و feedback لازم به زبان آموزان ارائه میگردد. شما عزیزان نیز میتوانید همگام با زبان آموزان ما مثال های خود را در بخش دیدگاه ها وارد کرده و همگام با ایشان برای تقویت واژگان و گسترش دایره لغات خود بکوشید. همچنین تمامی پرسش های شما عزیزان در بخش دیدگاه ها در کمتر از ۱۲ ساعت پاسخ داده خواهد شد.

آموزش لغات زبان انگلیسی سطح مقدماتی Basic – درس اول  Select Readings Elementary

فصل دوم بدلیل ضعیف بودن و نداشتن متن مناسب حذف شده است

آموزش لغات زبان انگلیسی سطح مقدماتی Basic – درس سوم Select Readings Elementary

تمرین با لغات کاربردی زبان انگلیسی سطح پایه – درس چهارم Select Readings Elementary

لغات کاربردی زبان انگلیسی سطح پایه – درس پنجم Select Readings elementary

لغات پایه زبان انگلیسی سطح Elementary – درس ششم Select Readings Elementary

فراگیری لغات مقدماتی زبان انگلیسی – فصل هفتم Select Readings elementary

تمرین یادگیری لغات زبان انگلیسی از سطح پایین – فصل هشتم کتاب Select Readings elementary

تمرین یادگیری لغات زبان انگلیسی از صفر – فصل نهم کتاب Select Readings elementary

آموزش لغات انگلیسی در سطح مقدماتی – فصل دهم کتاب Select Readings elementary

فراگیری کلمات انگلیسی در سطح Elementary – فصل یازدهم کتاب Select Readings elementary

آموزش لغات انگلیسی از سطح دبیرستان – فصل دوازدهم کتاب Select Readings elementary

حفظ کردن ساده ترین لغات انگلیسی – فصل سیزدهم کتاب Select Readings elementary

به خاطر سپردن ساده ترین لغات انگلیسی – فصل چهاردهم کتاب Select Readings elementary

لغات ضروری برای امتحان آیلتس آکادمیک و جنرال – کتاب Oxford Word Skills Intermediate

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تمرین لغات ضروری آیلتس کتاب Oxford word Skills فصل هفتم – احساسات

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تمرین لغات پایه آیلتس کتاب Oxford word Skills 10 مراسم عروسی/خاکسپاری

تمرین لغات کلیدی آیلتس کتاب Oxford word Skills 11، جهان هستی/کیهان

تمرین لغات کلیدی زبان انگلیسی کتاب Oxford word Skills 12 رودخانه ها و دریا

تمرین لغات کلیدی زبان انگلیسی کتاب Oxford word Skills 13 اقلیم و آب و هوا

تمرین واژگان پایه آیلتس کتاب Oxford word Skills 14 بلایای طبیعی

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لغات سطح پیش آیلتس کتاب Oxford word Skills فصل شانزدهم – میوه و گوشت

لغات کاربردی آزمون آیلتس – Oxford word Skills 17/18 پخت و پز/پول مسائل مالی

آموزش لغت های ضروری آیلتس – فصل ۱۹/۲۰ Oxford Word Skills خواب/جراحات

آموزش واژگان کاربردی آیلتس – فصل ۲۱/۲۲ Oxford Word Skills خودرو/رانندگی

تمرین با کلمات کاربردی آیلتس – Oxford Word Skills 23/24 پوشاک و دندانپزشکی

لغات کاملا ضروری امتحان آیلتس – Oxford Word Skills 25/26 بیمارستان ابزار آلات

لغات پایه برای امتحان آیلتس – Oxford Word Skills 27/28 کارهای خانه/آرایشگر

لغات پایه برای امتحان آیلتس – Oxford Word Skills 29/30 زندگی شهری/ساختمان

تمرین با واژگان اصلی امتحان آیلتس – Oxford Word Skills 31/32 اشیاء/حس ها

ضروری ترین لغات آزمون آیلتس – Oxford Word Skills 33/34 نقاشی/توصیف عمل

یادگیری لغات ضروری آزمون آیلتس – Oxford Work Skills 35/36 جرم/سیستم قضایی

لغات لازم برای آزمون آیلتس – Oxford Word Skills 37/38 بیماری ها/سیاست

لغات لازم برای امتحان آیلتس – Oxford Word Skills 39/40 جنگ/صلح/تاریخ

پرکاربردترین لغات امتحان آیلتس – Oxford Word Skills 41/42 روزنامه/فیلم

پرکاربردترین لغات آزمون آیلتس – Oxford Word Skills 43/44 عکاسی/موسیقی

یادگیری لغات ضروری آزمون آیلتس – Oxford Work Skills 35/36 جرم/سیستم قضایی

لغات لازم برای آزمون آیلتس – Oxford Word Skills 37/38 بیماری ها/سیاست

لغات لازم برای امتحان آیلتس – Oxford Word Skills 39/40 جنگ/صلح/تاریخ

پرکاربردترین لغات امتحان آیلتس – Oxford Word Skills 41/42 روزنامه/فیلم

پرکاربردترین لغات آزمون آیلتس – Oxford Word Skills 43/44 عکاسی/موسیقی

تمرین لغات زبان انگلیسی، مقدماتی آیلتس/تافل و آیلتس/تافل – کتاب Essential Words for IELTS

لغات کاربردی آیلتس – Essential Words for IELTS 1/1 محیط زیست/طبیعت

لغات ضروری آیلتس Essential Words for IELTS 2/1 محیط زیست/ جهان طبیعت 

لغات ضروری آیلتس Essential Words for IELTS 3/1 محیط زیست/ بیابان ها

لغات ضروری آیلتس ۷ Essential Words for IELTS بخش ۱/۲ زمان فراغت/ورزش

لغات کاربردی آیلتس ۷ Essential Words for IELTS بخش ۲/۲ زمان فراغت/سرگرمی

لغات ضروری آیلتس ۷ Essential Words for IELTS بخش ۳/۲ زمان فراغت/تفریح

لغات لازم آیلتس ۷ Essential Words for IELTS بخش ۱/۳ سیستم حمل نقل

لغت های لازم آیلتس ۷ Essential Words for IELTS بخش ۲/۳ رفت و آمد شهری

لغت های آیلتس آکادمیک ۷ Essential Words for IELTS بخش ۳/۳ خودروهای برقی

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لغات ضروری امتحان آیلتس ۷ Essential Words for IELTS بخش ۱/۵ سلامت/پزشکی

لغات ضروری امتحان آیلتس ۷ Essential Words for IELTS بخش ۲/۵ ورزش و سلامت

لغات ضروری امتحان آیلتس ۷ Essential Words for IELTS بخش ۳/۵ سلامت/دارو

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  • نجمه    نجمه

    اول اینکه ممنونم بابت ویس های کاملتون.
    من برای ریدینگ یک سوالی داشتم.
    من قصدم امتحان جنراله ایا ریدینگ های اکادمیک کتاب های کمبریج برای من مفید هست
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  • FAEZEH MOHAMMADI- OXFORD WORLD SKILLS- LESSON 12-34
    Lesson 12
    Flow: if the windows are shut, air cannot flow freely through the building
    Wide adj (width) (OPP shallow): the river is more than fifty yards wide. How wide is the door? What is the width of the desk?
    Burst (v. burst, burst): the pipes had burst and the house was under two feet of water
    Banks: land alongside of a river or lake. River bursts its banks
    Deep (depth) (OPP shallow): The swimming pool has a deep end and a shallow end for kids
    Narrow: not wide. The stairs were very narrow
    Flood (n): The village was cut off by floods
    Dry up: come to an end. Foreign investment may dry up. Taking too much water for household use is drying up the river
    Tide: is the tide going out or coming in?
    High tide, low tide
    Float: boats float on the surface of the water
    Capsize: In bad weather a boat can capsize and sink
    Underwater: This is an underwater camera. He dived underwater.
    Drown (v): to die from being underwater for too long. Depressed Peter tried to drown himself.
    The cause of something: The police don’t know the cause of accident
    To cause something: I’m sorry if I cause any confusion
    Waterfall, Lake; Stream: small river
    Pond: a small area of fresh water that is smaller than a lake or artificially made. This park is designed with a nice lake and ponds
    Puddle: a small pool of liquid, especially rainwater. Children splashed through the puddles
    Canal: We walked along by the side of the canal
    Coast: I used to live in a small village on the coast
    Beach: It’s a nice day for going to the beach
    Sandy: The beach is mainly sandy
    Rock (stone): The beach was covered with rocks and pebbles
    Shore: The island is about three miles off the shore (=away from the coast). She began to swim to shore.
    Bay: a house with a view across the bey
    Harbour: At the end of the bay there is a harbour
    Protect sb/ sth from sth: When the weather is bad, the harbor protects the sailing boats from the waves
    Rough: The rough sea shakes the sailing boat
    Ships: Supplies that came by ships
    Lesson 13
    Pour (with rain) (v): rain heavily. It’s pouring outside
    Soaking wet (SYN soak): a soaking wet towel was left on the bathroom
    Drizzle (v): The rain isn’t too bad-it’s drizzling
    Rainbow: Did you see a rainbow?
    Bitterly cold (extremely cold): The weather is bitterly cold, please wear your coat.
    Chilly: a little too cold to be comfortable. It is getting chilly, isn’t it?
    Mild: warmer than usual for the time of year. We had an extremely mild winter this year.
    Heatwave: a period of unusually hot weather. I hate this heatwave.
    Muggy (SYN humid): It’s really muggy today.
    Mist (n) Misty (adj): you get a lot of mist in the morning in autumn
    Frost (n) frosty (adj): very cold weather. There was a frost last night
    Breeze (n) breezy (adj): a light wind. It’s hot today but there is lovely breeze
    Gale: strong wind. It’s blowing a gale.
    Climate: these flowers will not grow in cold climate
    The environment (an environmentalist): Pollution from cars is bad for the environment. Some of these chemicals are damaging to the environment
    Gradual: Education is a gradual process. There has been a gradual change in climate
    The atmosphere: if a place or event has atmosphere, it is interesting. The castle was centuries old and full of atmosphere. The average temperature of the earth’s atmosphere is increasing.
    Harmful: These chemicals are harmful to the environment
    Gas: Toxic gases are harmful to the environment
    Pollution (pollute v.): industrial pollution has negative impact on people’s health
    Human: The accident was as a result of human error
    Melt: It was warmer now, and the snow was beginning to melt
    Rise (n.v) (OPP fall) (SYN increase, go up. Prices have gone up a lot. Sales roses by 20% over the Christmas period. Temperatures rarely rise above freezing.
    Extreme: very great in degree. Extreme poverty still exists in many rural areas.
    Unpredictable: Language has unpredictable nature
    Disappear (SYN vanish) (OPP appear): The sun had disappeared behind a cloud.
    Famine: A million people are facing famine
    Disease: His father died of heart disease
    Spread: Fire quickly spread through building
    Effect (n), affect (v): smoking affects your health. Her parents’ divorce had a big effect on her.
    Lesson 14
    Hurricane (Typhoon: a very violent tropical storm): In the Western Atlantic hurricane usually happens.
    Violent (violence n): his father is a violent and dangerous man
    Earthquake: The city is in an earthquake zone
    Sudden: her death was sudden
    Ground: The ground was frozen solid
    Damage (n.v): smoking can severely damage your health
    Tidal wave: Tidal wave caused by earthquake destroyed the city for miles
    Destroy: The school is completely destroyed by the fire
    Volcanic eruption. Volcano is a mountain with a hole in the top and when it erupts, hot gases and lava are forced into the air.
    Erupt: explode and throw out fire. When a volcano erupts, hot gases are forced out into surrounding.
    Lava: hot liquid rock. Great streams of lava flowed from the crater (cave) in ancient times.
    Surrounding (SYN nearby): We decided to explore the surrounding country side.
    Drought: Heat and drought had continued for more than three weeks.
    Crops: plants that are grown for food. The main crops in Iran are rice and potato
    Starve (to death): Thousands of people will starve if food doesn’t reach the city
    Hit sth/sb (SYN strike sth/sb): He raised the hammer and hit the bell
    Collapse (n.v): He collapsed with a heart attack while he was dancing
    Evaluate sb (evaluation n.): You should be able to evaluate your own work
    Fear (n,v): The girls’ parents expressed fear for her safety
    Trap sb: People caught in the unemployment trap
    Death toll: The official death toll stands at 53
    Considerable: We’ve saved a considerable amount of money
    Crucial (SYN vital): The aid money is crucial to the government’s economic policy
    Rescue sb (save sb): Survivors of the crash were rescued by helicopter
    Maintain sth: How can we maintain control of spending? It is important to maintain a constant temperature inside the greenhouse
    Supply: They were arrested for supplying drugs to street dealers.
    Lesson 15
    Creature
    Wild
    Insect
    Poisonous
    Harmless
    Vary
    Up to
    Weigh (v)/ weight (n)
    Survive
    Average
    Lifespan (for animal)
    Life expectancy
    Bone
    Hunt sth
    Attack sb/sth
    Sting (n.v)
    Lesson 16
    Parsley
    Mint
    Basil
    Thyme
    Rosemary
    Veal
    Calf’s liver
    Kidney
    Duck
    Rabbit
    Trout
    Cod
    See bass
    Carp
    Salmon
    Oyster
    Squid
    Lobster
    Crab
    Clams
    Mussels
    Lesson 17
    A waste of time: It is a waste of time to eat a poor diet to become slim
    Good for you (SYN healthy) (OPP bad for you). Doing the exercise for 20 minutes is good for you
    Keep sth up: Keeping up this diet seems very difficult
    Put on weight (OPP lose weight): She has put on weight around 11 kg during 7 years
    Junk food: Please don’t it junk food. These are fattening
    Plenty of sth: Drink plenty of water each day
    Fizzy drink: Fizzy drinks are harmful. They are not proper for your health.
    Snack: Try not to snack between meals
    Fattening: Most of the snacks are fattening
    Cut down on sth: cutting down on salt and sugar have a good impact on losing weight
    Exercise: Gentle exercise can be beneficial for older people
    Recipe: I found a good recipe for tomato soap
    Ingredients: John has all the ingredients of a great player. The food is home-cooked using fresh ingredients
    Stock: I usually add chicken stock to the soap
    Boil sth: Boil the potatoes until they cook completely
    Fry sth: I try not to fry fishes. I usually cover them with aluminum and cook them in an oven.
    Add sth: Add some olive oil to the salad
    Dish: put the food in a large dish.
    Back sth: I’m backing some bread for Friday night
    Lesson 18
    Afford sth: She cannot afford to buy a car
    Scratch: Shop assistant will give you a discount because the screen of this phone has a scratch
    Discount: Members get 15% discount
    Off: This dress has 50% off
    Receipt: Keep your receipt in case you want to bring it back
    Refund: The Company will give me a refund. Return your purchase within 7 days for a full refund
    The sales: These gloves were on sale for only $5. Wait for winter sales, now the prices are very high.
    Reduce (reduction): Small business will need to reduce costs in order to survive.
    Bargain: There are no bargains in the clothes shops at the moment.
    Change: I want to change my dollars into ponds. Can you change a $20 note?
    Income: People on higher incomes should pay more tax.
    Wealthy: After winning the lottery, she became a wealthy woman
    Worth: The film is well worth seeing. She bought a car worth 100 million dollars
    Cost of fortune: She will have bought a car that cost a fortune in May
    Value sth at sth: The jewelry valued at $ 300.000.
    Waste of money: You should never buy that house. It is waste of money.
    Own sth: I’d like to have a place of my own
    Huge: She has a huge dog. The play was a huge success
    Amount: Please pay the full amount by end of the month
    Broke: She became completely broke when she couldn’t pay the loan banks
    Owe sb sth (borrow): I owe my brother $50
    Debt: She had debts of over $ 200.000
    Lesson 19
    Sleepy (ADJ, sleepier, sleepiest): The warmth of the fire made me feel sleepy
    Fall asleep (SYN go to sleep): Granddad fell asleep watching TV
    Asleep: Baby is asleep
    Nightmare: Years after the accident I still have nightmares about it
    Fast asleep (SYN in a deep sleep) (OPP wide awake): I heard a snore and found he had fallen asleep
    Go off: The clock goes off after 7.30
    Oversleep: sorry I’m late. I overslept.
    Wake sb up: I’ll wake you up when it’s time to leave
    Have a lie-in: After going off the alarm, I decided to have a lie-in for 15 minutes
    Habit: Thinking negatively can become a habit
    Sleep like a log (OPP sleep badly): When I am tired, I sleep like a log
    Have a restless night: If I drink a Turkish coffee in the evening, I will have a restless night
    Concentrate (on sth): Be quiet, please let me concentrate on my homework
    Irritable: becoming angry easily. Jo was tired, irritable, and depressed
    Exhausted: I was exhausted by the journey
    A heavy sleeper (OPP a light sleeper): I’ve always been a heavy sleeper nothing disturbs me
    Disturb sb: sorry to disturb you, but I have an urgent message
    Suffer from sth: have the experience of something unpleasant. She suffers from insomnia.
    Insomnia: She is not able to sleep. She suffers from insomnia
    Have a nap: having a nap makes you fresh during the day
    On my mind: When there are thing on my mind I really sleep badly
    Lesson 20
    Cover sth (protect, hide): cover the pot and bake the rice for 20 minutes. Dan covered his face with his hands
    Bandage: The nurse bandaged up his elbow
    Prevent sth: The rules are intended to prevent the accident. We were prevented from entering the site
    Infection: The baby had an ear infection. Cover the affected area with clean dressing to prevent infection
    Symptom: Common symptoms of diabetes are weight loss and fatigue (exhaustion)
    Develop: Chicago developed into a big city in the late 1800s.
    Thoroughly: completely. She sat feeling thoroughly miserable. The room had been thoroughly clean
    Wound: injury. A nurse cleaned and bandaged the wound
    Temporary (OPP permanent): I’m living with my parents, but it’s only temporary
    Heal or heal up: It took three months for my arm to heal properly
    Burn (N, V): I burnt all his old letters
    Blood: Blood tests proved he was not the father
    Nasty: Don’t be so nasty to your mum. It gave me a nasty shock
    Injury (injure V.) She was taken to hospital with a serious head injury
    Backward (OPP forward): she went without a backward glance
    Bang sth: There was a loud bang outside the kitchen
    Dizzy: The heat and the champagne made him feel dizzy
    Unconscious (OPP conscious): She was found unconscious but alive
    Come round (OPP faint, pass out): become conscious again. When I came round my arm was very painful
    Swollen (swell v.) His eyes were swollen from crying
    Bleed: (bled, bled): your nose is bleeding
    Lesson 21
    Bonnet: I will need to check under the bonnet
    Windscreen wiper: windscreen wipers do not work properly on this rainy day
    Windscreen: A motorway crash damaged the windscreen
    Boot: He opened the boot and put the luggage.
    Wheel: The wheel became damaged because all the air went out the tire
    Tire: I had a flat tire on the way home
    Door handle: Door handles are locked
    Wing mirror: It’s illegal to drive a car when it doesn’t have a wing mirror
    Number plate: He bought a new car, but he has to wait to get a number plate
    Headlights: suddenly, a figure appeared in my headlight
    Engine: The engine won’t start
    Steering wheel: The steering wheel was locked suddenly
    Speedometer: The speedometer makes an alarm when the speed becomes higher than it is usual
    Ignition: the ignition doesn’t function
    Rear-view mirror
    Gear stick/ lever: You have to drive with first and second gear in a neighborhood
    Accelerator: Press the accelerator to make a car go faster
    Brake: Test your brake after driving through water
    Clutch: Tom fell to the ground clutching his stomach
    Horn: Don’t make a noise with your horn
    Tip: This week’s magazine has some tips on healthy eating
    Be prepared for sth: Always be prepared for bad weather
    Steer: He was steering with only one hand
    Accelerate: go faster. (OPP slow down) The car accelerates smoothly away
    Skid: The car skidded as she turned onto the highway
    Watch out: Watch out for cyclist and motorcycles
    Overtake sb/sth (overtook, overtaken) Give cyclist plenty of space when overtaking (go past sth)
    Reverse: Bob reversed into a parking space
    Rather than: instead of, in place of. In a parking reverse into parking space rather than drive into
    Speed limit: Keep to the speed limit
    Close to sth: Don’t drive close to the vehicle in front

    Lesson 22
    Trouble (n) (doing sth, with sth): a situation that causes a problem. We are having a lot of trouble with the new computer system. The company ran into trouble when it tried to expand too quickly.
    Trouble (v): I promise not to trouble you again. I don’t want to trouble the doctor with.
    Get/ be held up: sth has caused you to be late. We got held up in traffic, because of that we became late.
    Day return: I couldn’t get an early train, my day return was valid until 9 pm.
    Valid: acceptable and able to be used. OPP invalid. Your return ticket is valid for three months.
    Due: expected to arrive or happen. The train was due at 9.30 pm.
    Get in: arrive. The train didn’t get in until 10.20 pm.
    Cancel sth. I was too late because they canceled my ticket without warning
    Connecting flight: I missed my connecting flight to China. Because the flight from Dubai had delay
    Pick somebody or something up. My brother was meant to pick me up at airport
    Turn up. SYN. Arrive or appear. Although he was meant to pick me up, he didn’t turn up
    Trip. SYN journey. I have a business trip to Japan.
    Overnight. SYN. For one night. Pam is staying overnight at my house.
    Hire a car. We hired a car and drove up to Qazvin
    Stop off. We stopped off on the way to buy souvenirs
    Via: going through a place. We went down to Tehran via Chaloos
    Nightmare: a very difficult, unpleasant experience. Traffic was a nightmare
    Get/ be stuck. We got stuck in traffic jam last night
    End up. Find yourself in a place or situation you didn’t plan. We finally ended up on the outskirt of Karaj.
    The outskirts. The outer part of a city or town.
    Serious accident. A serious accident h

  • Faezeh Mohammadi- Essential words
    UNIT ONE
    Logging: n. a cutting down trees for commercial use. Logging is responsible for soil erosion.
    Array: a large number, a collection. There was a vast array of colours to choose from.
    The Environment: n. natural word. Some of these chemicals are very damaging to the environment.
    Habitat: n. the natural area where a plant or animal lives. The grassland is an important habitat for many wildflowers. Habitat loss and pollution are side effects of the logging industry.
    Inhabit: v. live. The woods are inhabited by many wild animals
    Pollution: n. damage to air, water, etc. The cost of pollution control must be considered.
    Extend: v. to reach past; get bigger. Management has agreed to extend the deadline.
    Fell: v. to cut down a tree. More than 100 trees were felled in just over an hour.
    Nutrients: n. the goodness of food. The plant absorbs nutrients from the soil.
    Terrestrial: adj. living on the land. Many life forms both terrestrial and aquatic are becoming endangered as forests vanish.
    Aquatic: adj. living or growing in the water. These aquatic habitats are damaged by logging
    Vanish: to disappear. The bird vanished from the sight.
    Myriad: adj. many, numerous. We are still studying a myriad of options
    Intact: adj [not before noun]. whole, complete, not broken, damaged, or spoiled. Onley a medieval tower had remained intact.
    Stabilize: v. to keep from changing, maintain. The patient’s condition has now stabilized.
    Erosion: n. loss of soil from the action of water or wind. The problem of soil erosion has been one of the concerns of societies.
    Vegetation: n. plants. Vegetation along rivers and stream banks helps a steady water flow
    Inhibit: v. to prevent, slow down. An unhappy family life may inhibit children’s learning
    Defense: n. protection. The area’s flood defenses (BrE defense) need repair
    Deforestation: n. the removal of all trees from a large area. The deforestation of the tropics has had an influence on global warming.
    Algae
    Obliterate
    Infertile
    Erode, eroding
    Emit, emission
    Deteriorate
    Drought
    Water vapor
    Discharge
    Irreplaceable
    Migration: n, movement from one place to another. birds’ migration usually occurs between their breeding grounds and the areas that they inhabit
    Fascinate: v. to interest greatly. Dolphins fascinate me. (it is not used in the progressive)
    Observer: n. a person who watches something. Observers are predicting a fall in interest rates.
    Imperative: n. a priority; an urgent need. V: It is imperative to meet face to face with the client.
    Evolve: v. to develop and change. If an animal or a plant evolves, it changes gradually over a long period of time. Business needs to evolve rapidly. Fish evolved from a prehistoric sea creature
    Breed: v. to reproduce. If animals breed, they mate in order to have babies. Eagles breed during the cooler months of the year.
    Optimal: adj. best; most favorable. SYN. Optimum. Migration allows birds to breed in areas that provide an optimal condition.
    Hemisphere: n. one half of the earth; one half of a sphere. Migration of some types of birds takes place into higher latitudes of the Northern Hemisphere.
    Species: n. types; a basic group in biological classification. Seven species of birds of prey have been observed.
    Windswept: adj. unprotected from the wind. This place is windswept because there are not many trees or buildings.
    Endure: v. to live under difficult condition. He can’t endure being apart from me. (Usually, people say stand rather than endure)
    Fuel: v. to provide energy. (Fueled P and PP). We would better fuel up at the next town.
    Aspect: n. apart of a feature. Dealing with people is the most important aspect of my work.
    Feat: n. a difficult act or achievement. Remarkable/ considerable/ incredible est. feat. They climbed the mountain in 28 days a remarkable feat.
    Nocturnal: adj. active at night. Hamsters are nocturnal creatures
    Diurnal: adj. active during the day. Diurnal migrants migrate during the day.
    Obscure: v. to make difficult to see. To make difficult to understand. For some obscure reason. The group is very popular
    Stray: v. to leave the correct route; to become separated from the group. This meeting is beginning to stray from the point.
    Navigation: n. finding and following one’s route. Navigation becomes more difficult further up the river.
    Nest: a place where insects or animals live
    Arctic: relating to the most northern part of the world
    Tern: a black and white seabird
    Grouse: a small bird that is hunted for food and sport.
    Atop: on top of something
    Unerring: adj. always right. He passed the ball with unerring accuracy.
    Innate: children have an innate ability to learn a language
    Occupy: v. to be in a place; exist in. he occupies the house without paying any rent.
    Sparse: adj. small in numbers or amount. That was a rural area with sparse population
    Swing: n. a sudden or big change. His mood could swing from joy to despair.
    Violent: adj. strong; sudden and destructive. His father is violent and aggressive.
    Extreme: adj. very severe or difficult. Very great in degree. Extreme poverty still exists in many rural areas.
    Transitional: adj. relating to change from one type to another. He will remain head of state during the period of transition to democracy
    Fringe: n. the edge of something. Nina remained on the fringe of the crowd.
    Diverse: adj. varied; of many kinds. Very different from each other
    Diversity: n. a diversity of opinions. SYN. Variety
    Adapt: v. to change to fit a situation or environment. Flowers which are well adapted to harsh winters.
    Thrive: v. to grow well. To become very strong and healthy. (usually people say do well rather than thrive). Plants that thrive in tropical rain forests
    Resilient: adj. tough; able to endure difficult conditions. Children are often resilient.
    Stressor: n. something that causes great difficulties.
    Minimize: v. to reduce the lease possible amount. Click on the top of the window to minimize it.
    Moisture: n. wetness or water. Plant use their roots to absorb moisture from the soil.
    Prolific: adj. producing a lot of something. He is a prolific author.
    Mechanisms: n. methods. This is a mechanism for decision making
    Evaporate .v. evaporation .n: the change from liquid to gas; loss of water to the air
    Dilute: v. to make weaker by mixing with water. Dilute the paint with a little oil
    Determine: v. to decide. SYN. Establish. The tests will help the doctors determine what treatment to use.
    Accumulate: v. to gradually increase over time. Fat tends to accumulate around the hips and thighs.
    Unit 2
    Focus: v. center attention on one particular object. SYN. Concentrate. Focus on: he needs to focus on his career. Focus your attention/ mind/ efforts on something
    Indistinct: adj. unclear. OPP. Distinct. My memory of what happened next is indistinct
    Blur: n. something not seen clearly. I saw the blur of the car as it passed in front of me
    Unconsciously: adv. Without thinking; automatically. Unable to see, move, feel etc in the normal way. Knock/ beat somebody unconscious. She was found alive but unconscious
    Peripheral: adj. at the edge. Formal in the outer area of something, or relating to this. The peripheral nervous system. The romance is peripheral to the main plot of the movie.
    Tolerate: v. accept; allow. Tolerant, tolerance n. SYN. Stand. Bear. I couldn’t tolerate the long hours.
    Vision: n. the ability to see; sight. SYN. Sight. Visual. Tears blurred her vision
    Athlete: n. a person who plays sports. I was a natural athlete as a kid
    Demonstrate: v. to show or prove something clearly. The study demonstrates the link between poverty and malnutrition.
    Range: n. A land of high mountain ranges. The police shooting range (area). V. range from something to something. The show had massive audiences ranging from children to grandparents.
    Performance: n. how well a person or machine does something. This evening’s performance will begin at 8.00 pm
    Detect: v. to notice; become aware of. SYN. Notice. Many forms of cancer can be cured if detected early
    Maneuver: n. a movement
    Distracting: adj. taking attention away from something. Distract: v. coverage of the war was used to distract attention from other matters. Distract somebody/ something from something.
    Anticipate: v. to expect; be ready for. SYN. Look forward to. Daniel was eagerly anticipating her arrival.
    Scan: v. to look over. To examine an area carefully but quickly. Scan sth for sth. I scanned the street for people I knew
    Complicate: v. to cause to be more difficult. The situation is complicated by the fact that I’ve got to work late
    Coordinate: v. to organize; make work together. Her movement were beautifully coordinated. I couldn’t get my brain to function or coordinate my muscles.
    Boundary: n. an edge; border. The Mississippi River forms a natural boundary between Lowa and Illinois
    Indiscernibly: Adv. In a way that is impossible to see or notice. Indiscernible: The path was almost indiscernible in the mist (fog)
    Entertainment: n. a performance or show. There will be live entertainment throughout the day
    Century: n. a period of 100 years. By beginning of the next century
    Ancient: adj. very old; of the distant past. OPP. Modern. The religion of ancient Eygept
    Found: v. to start or establish an institution. Eton College was founded by Henry VI in 1440
    Venue: n. place where an event is held. The first thing to do is book a venue.
    Popular: adj. liked by many people. Popular with/ among. Hugely/ enormously/ immensely etc popular. The president is very popular with Jewish voters
    Spectator: n. a person who watches an event. Audience. The match attracted over 4000 spectators
    Exhibit: n. something shown to the public; a display. Signs/ symptoms/ behavior. Her paintings have been exhibited all over the word
    Exotic: adj. unusual; from a foreign place. Those are exotic birds.
    Renovation: n. repair or rebuilding. SYN. Repair. The hotel has been renovated and decorated
    Massive: adj. very big. Good. Listen to this. It’s a massive song. My phone bill was massive last month.
    Remnant: n. a small leftover piece. The remnant of a meal stood on the table
    Permanently: adv. For always. OPP. Temporary. The accident left him permanently disabled.
    Reduce: v. to make something smaller. SYN. Cut. Reduction. Reduce sth by sth. The workforce has been reduced by half.
    Band: n. a small group. They formed a band. I grew up playing in rock bands.
    Trainer: n. a person who teaches skills to people or animals. Coach.
    Develop: v. to grow and change. Develop into. Develop from. Chicago developed into a big city in the late 1800s. a tree can develop from a small seed.
    Talent: n. special ability. skill. She showed a talent for acting at an early age
    Survive: v. to continue; stay alive. She survives cancer.
    Grandeur: n. greatness. Massive beauty, power, or size. The grandeur of the mountains.
    Obesity: n. the condition of being very overweight.
    Physical: adj. related to the body. The physical and emotional needs of young adults
    Crucial: adj. very important. SYN. Vital. Important. Crucial to. Crucial in/ to doing sth. This aid money is crucial to the governments’ economic policies.
    Intellectual: adj. related to thinking. A job that requires considerable intellectual effort
    Overwhelming: adj. overpowering; very large or love. An overwhelming sense of guilt
    Suffer: v. to experience something difficult or painful. She is suffering a lot of pain. Suffer from. The writer suffered from ill health for most of his life
    Merely: adv. Only. He is merely a boy- you can’t expect him to understand.
    Emotion: n. a feeling such as anger or love. She was good at hiding her emotion. Conflicting/ mixed emotions
    Rejuvenate v. refresh; restore. Plans to rejuvenate the inner city areas.
    Deliberately: adv. intentionally; on purpose. OPP unintentionally. The attack on him was quite deliberate.
    Deliberate: v. to think about sth very carefully. Deliberate on/ about/ over. There was silence while she deliberated on his words.
    Passive: adj. not active. He listened passively.
    Pastime: n. a free time activity. Reading was her favorite pastime.
    Reluctant: adj. not wanting to do something; unwilling. OPP. Willing. Maddox was reluctant to talk about.
    Depression: n. constant sadness. Her mood was one of deep depression
    Authority: n. a person with power or special knowledge. Expert (authority on). He is a leading authority on Chinese food. No one may enter without my authority
    Obvious: adj. easy to see, clear. It might be obvious to you but it is not to me.
    Chunk: n. a large piece. The rent takes a large chunk out of my month salary
    Industrious: adj. hardworking. She is industrious.
    Engage: v. to participate in something. Engage in/on/upon. He was engaged in prayer. She remains actively engaged in shaping policy.
    Tricky: adj. difficult. I can get your tickets for the show but it will be tricky
    Cast: v. to throw light on something. Cast light on/ onto sth: to provide new information about something, making it easier to understand. The research findings that cast new light on the origin of our universe.
    Vulnerable: adj. weak; without defense. OPP invulnerable. We work mainly with the elderly and other vulnerable groups.
    Disaster: n. a terrible event. Hurricane was a natural disaster to hit England for decades.
    Portable: adj. easy to carry. That was a portable radio.
    Freight: n. cargo carried by train, truck, aircraft or ship. We will send your personal belongings by air freight and your furniture by sea freight.
    Innovation: n. a new idea or product. Innovation in. we need to encourage innovation in industry
    Illuminator: n. an object that produces light. Illuminate: v. a single candle illuminated his face
    Knot: n. a hard bump in wood. A part where one or more pieces of string, rope, cloth have been tied or twisted together. Are you any good at tying knots?
    Locomotive: n. the engine of a train
    Reflector: n. an object that sends light back or makes it stronger. All bicycles sold in the UK must be fitted with reflectors.
    Generate: v. to make or produce. SYN. Create. Generate revenue/ profits/ income/ excitement/ interest/ support etc. Tourism generates income for local communities.
    Display: v. to show or exhibit. Shop windows displaying the latest fashions. N. on display. SYN. On show. Sth that is on display is in a public place where people can look at. Her photos were first put on display in New York.
    Intense: adj. very strong. Young people today are under intense pressure to succeed.
    Drawback: n. a problem, disadvantage. A drawback of/ to (doing) something. The main drawback to these products is that they tend to be salty.
    Equip: v. to provide with something. Equip somebody/ something with sth. The rooms are equipped with video cameras.
    Efficient: adj. able to work without waste. OPP. Inefficient. If somebody or something work efficient, they work well without wasting time. Lighting is now more energy efficient.
    Mode: n. method. Mode of. They have a relaxed mode of life that suits them well.
    Stringent: adj. strict, firm. A stringent rule, law, standard or etc is very strict and must be obeyed.
    Rugged: adj. strong; able to stand rough treatment. The rugged beauty of the highlands.
    Unit 3
    Intrinsic: adj. basic
    Underground: adv. below the ground
    Centerpiece: n. the main or most important feature
    Pedestrian: n, a person traveling on foot
    Clog: v. to fill

  • FAEZEH MOHAMMADI- WORD SKILLS 19-20-21
    Lesson 19
    Sleepy (ADJ, sleepier, sleepiest): The warmth of the fire made me feel sleepy
    Fall asleep (SYN go to sleep): Granddad fell asleep watching TV
    Asleep: Baby is asleep
    Nightmare: Years after the accident I still have nightmares about it
    Fast asleep (SYN in a deep sleep) (OPP wide awake): I heard a snore and found he had fallen asleep
    Go off: The clock goes off after 7.30
    Oversleep: sorry I’m late. I overslept.
    Wake sb up: I’ll wake you up when it’s time to leave
    Have a lie-in: After going off the alarm, I decided to have a lie-in for 15 minutes
    Habit: Thinking negatively can become a habit
    Sleep like a log (OPP sleep badly): When I am tired, I sleep like a log
    Have a restless night: If I drink a Turkish coffee in the evening, I will have a restless night
    Concentrate (on sth): Be quiet, please let me concentrate on my homework
    Irritable: becoming angry easily. Jo was tired, irritable, and depressed
    Exhausted: I was exhausted by the journey
    A heavy sleeper (OPP a light sleeper): I’ve always been a heavy sleeper nothing disturbs me
    Disturb sb: sorry to disturb you, but I have an urgent message
    Suffer from sth: have the experience of something unpleasant. She suffers from insomnia.
    Insomnia: She is not able to sleep. She suffers from insomnia
    Have a nap: having a nap makes you fresh during the day
    On my mind: When there are thing on my mind I really sleep badly
    Lesson 20
    Cover sth (protect, hide): cover the pot and bake the rice for 20 minutes. Dan covered his face with his hands
    Bandage: The nurse bandaged up his elbow
    Prevent sth: The rules are intended to prevent the accident. We were prevented from entering the site
    Infection: The baby had an ear infection. Cover the affected area with clean dressing to prevent infection
    Symptom: Common symptoms of diabetes are weight loss and fatigue (exhaustion)
    Develop: Chicago developed into a big city in the late 1800s.
    Thoroughly: completely. She sat feeling thoroughly miserable. The room had been thoroughly clean
    Wound: injury. A nurse cleaned and bandaged the wound
    Temporary (OPP permanent): I’m living with my parents, but it’s only temporary
    Heal or heal up: It took three months for my arm to heal properly
    Burn (N, V): I burnt all his old letters
    Blood: Blood tests proved he was not the father
    Nasty: Don’t be so nasty to your mum. It gave me a nasty shock
    Injury (injure V.) She was taken to hospital with a serious head injury
    Backward (OPP forward): she went without a backward glance
    Bang sth: There was a loud bang outside the kitchen
    Dizzy: The heat and the champagne made him feel dizzy
    Unconscious (OPP conscious): She was found unconscious but alive
    Come round (OPP faint, pass out): become conscious again. When I came round my arm was very painful
    Swollen (swell v.) His eyes were swollen from crying
    Bleed: (bled, bled): your nose is bleeding
    Lesson 21
    Bonnet: I will need to check under the bonnet
    Windscreen wiper: windscreen wipers do not work properly on this rainy day
    Windscreen: A motorway crash damaged the windscreen
    Boot: He opened the boot and put the luggage.
    Wheel: The wheel became damaged because all the air went out the tire
    Tire: I had a flat tire on the way home
    Door handle: Door handles are locked
    Wing mirror: It’s illegal to drive a car when it doesn’t have a wing mirror
    Number plate: He bought a new car, but he has to wait to get a number plate
    Headlights: suddenly, a figure appeared in my headlight
    Engine: The engine won’t start
    Steering wheel: The steering wheel was locked suddenly
    Speedometer: The speedometer makes an alarm when the speed becomes higher than it is usual
    Ignition: the ignition doesn’t function
    Rear-view mirror
    Gear stick/ lever: You have to drive with first and second gear in a neighborhood
    Accelerator: Press the accelerator to make a car go faster
    Brake: Test your brake after driving through water
    Clutch: Tom fell to the ground clutching his stomach
    Horn: Don’t make a noise with your horn
    Tip: This week’s magazine has some tips on healthy eating
    Be prepared for sth: Always be prepared for bad weather
    Steer: He was steering with only one hand
    Accelerate: go faster. (OPP slow down) The car accelerates smoothly away
    Skid: The car skidded as she turned onto the highway
    Watch out: Watch out for cyclist and motorcycles
    Overtake sb/sth (overtook, overtaken) Give cyclist plenty of space when overtaking (go past sth)
    Reverse: Bob reversed into a parking space
    Rather than: instead of, in place of In a parking reverse into parking space rather than drive into
    Speed limit: Keep to the speed limit
    Close to sth: Don’t drive close to the vehicle in front

  • Faezeh Mohammadi- Oxford Word Skills
    LESSON 17
    Diet: she doesn’t eat a very healthy diet. I have gone on a diet several times. It is important to have a balanced diet
    A waste of time: It is a waste of time to eat a poor diet to become slim
    Good for you (SYN healthy) (OPP bad for you). Doing the exercise for 20 minutes is good for you
    Keep sth up: Keeping up this diet seems very difficult
    Put on weight (OPP lose weight): She has put on weight around 11 kg during 7 years
    Junk food: Please don’t it junk food. These are fattening
    Plenty of sth: Drink plenty of water each day
    Fizzy drink: Fizzy drinks are harmful. They are not proper for your health.
    Snack: Try not to snack between meals
    Fattening: Most of the snacks are fattening
    Cut down on sth: cutting down on salt and sugar have a good impact on losing weight
    Exercise: Gentle exercise can be beneficial for older people
    Recipe: I found a good recipe for tomato soap
    Ingredients: John has all the ingredients of a great player. The food is home-cooked using fresh ingredients
    Stock: I usually add chicken stock to the soap
    Boil sth: Boil the potatoes until they cook completely
    Fry sth: I try not to fry fishes. I usually cover them with aluminum and cook them in an oven.
    Add sth: Add some olive oil to the salad
    Dish: put the food in a large dish.
    Back sth: I’m backing some bread for Friday night
    Lesson 18
    Afford sth: She cannot afford to buy a car
    Scratch: Shop assistant will give you a discount because the screen of this phone has a scratch
    Discount: Members get 15% discount
    Off: This dress has 50% off
    Receipt: Keep your receipt in case you want to bring it back
    Refund: The Company will give me a refund. Return your purchase within 7 days for a full refund
    The sales: These gloves were on sale for only $5. Wait for winter sales, now the prices are very high.
    Reduce (reduction): Small business will need to reduce costs in order to survive.
    Bargain: There are no bargains in the clothes shops at the moment.
    Change: I want to change my dollars into ponds. Can you change a $20 note?
    Income: People on higher incomes should pay more tax.
    Wealthy: After winning the lottery, she became a wealthy woman
    Worth: The film is well worth seeing. She bought a car worth 100 million dollars
    Cost of fortune: She will have bought a car that cost a fortune in May
    Value sth at sth: The jewelry valued at $ 300.000.
    Waste of money: You should never buy that house. It is waste of money.
    Own sth: I’d like to have a place of my own
    Huge: She has a huge dog. The play was a huge success
    Amount: Please pay the full amount by end of the month
    Broke: She became completely broke when she couldn’t pay the loan banks
    Owe sb sth (borrow): I owe my brother $50
    Debt: She had debts of over $ 200.000

  • Oxford Word Skills- lessons 12, 13, 14
    Faezeh Mohammadi– Odd esfand

    Lesson 12
    Flow: if the windows are shut, air cannot flow freely through the building
    Wide adj (width) (OPP shallow) : the river is more than fifty yards wide. How wide is the door? What is the width of the desk?
    Burst (v. burst, burst): the pipes had burst and the house was under two feet of water
    Banks: land a long side of a river or lake. River bursts its banks
    Deep (depth) (OPP shallow): The swimming pool has a deep end and a shallow end for kids
    Narrow: not wide. The stairs were very narrow
    Flood (n): The village was cut off by floods
    Dry up: come to an end. Foreign investment may dry up. Taking too much water for household use is drying up the river
    Tide: is the tide going out or coming in?
    High tide, low tide
    Float: boats float on the surface of the water
    Capsize: In bad weather a boat can capsize and sink
    Underwater: This is an underwater camera. He dived underwater.
    Drown (v): to die from being underwater for too long. Depressed Peter tried to drown himself.
    The cause of something: The police don’t know the cause of accident
    To cause something: I’m sorry if I cause any confusion
    Waterfall, Lake; Stream: small river
    Pond: a small area of fresh water that is smaller than a lake or artificially made. This park is designed with a nice lake and ponds
    Puddle: a small pool of liquid, especially rainwater. Children splashed through the puddles
    Canal: We walked along by the side of the canal
    Coast: I used to live in a small village on the coast
    Beach: It’s a nice day for going to the beach
    Sandy: The beach is mainly sandy
    Rock (stone): The beach was covered with rocks and pebbles
    Shore: The island is about three miles off the shore (=away from the coast). She began to swim to shore.
    Bay: a house with a view across the bey
    Harbour: At the end of the bay there is a harbour
    Protect sb/ sth from sth: When the weather is bad, the harbor protects the sailing boats from the waves
    Rough: The rough sea shakes the sailing boat
    Ships: Supplies that came by ships
    Lesson 13
    Pour (with rain) (v): rain heavily. It’s pouring outside
    Soaking wet (SYN soak): a soaking wet towel was left on the bathroom
    Drizzle (v): The rain isn’t too bad-it’s drizzling
    Rainbow: Did you see a rainbow?
    Bitterly cold (extremely cold): The weather is bitterly cold, please wear your coat.
    Chilly: a little too cold to be comfortable. It is getting chilly, isn’t it?
    Mild: warmer than usual for the time of year. We had an extremely mild winter this year.
    Heatwave: a period of unusually hot weather. I hate this heatwave.
    Muggy (SYN humid): It’s really muggy today.
    Mist (n) Misty (adj): you get a lot of mist in the morning in autumn
    Frost (n) frosty (adj): very cold weather. There was a frost last night
    Breeze (n) breezy (adj): a light wind. It’s hot today but there is lovely breeze
    Gale: strong wind. It’s blowing a gale.
    Climate: these flowers will not grow in cold climate
    The environment (an environmentalist): Pollution form cars is bad for the environment. Some of these chemicals are damaging to the environment
    Gradual: Education is a gradual process. There has been a gradual change in climate
    The atmosphere: if a place or event has atmosphere, it is interesting. The castle was centuries old and full of atmosphere. The average temperature of the earth’s atmosphere is increasing.
    Harmful: These chemicals are harmful to the environment
    Gas: Toxic gases are harmful to the environment
    Pollution (pollute v.): industrial pollution has negative impact on people’s health
    Human: The accident was as a result of human error
    Melt: It was warmer now, and the snow was beginning to melt
    Rise (n.v) (OPP fall) (SYN increase, go up. Prices have gone up a lot. Sales roses by 20% over the Christmas period. Temperatures rarely rise above freezing.
    Extreme: very great in degree. Extreme poverty still exists in many rural areas.
    Unpredictable: Language has unpredictable nature
    Disappear (SYN vanish) (OPP appear): The sun had disappeared behind a cloud.
    Famine: A million people are facing famine
    Disease: His father died of heart disease
    Spread: Fire quickly spread through building
    Effect (n), affect (v): smoking affects your health. Her parents’ divorce had a big effect on her.
    Lesson 14
    Hurricane (Typhoon: a very violent tropical storm): In the Western Atlantic hurricane usually happens.
    Violent (violence n): his father is a violent and dangerous man
    Earthquake: The city is in an earthquake zone
    Sudden: her death was sudden
    Ground: The ground was frozen solid
    Damage (n.v): smoking can severely damage your health
    Tidal wave: Tidal wave caused by earthquake destroyed the city for miles
    Destroy: The school is completely destroyed by the fire
    Volcanic eruption. Volcano is a mountain with a hole in the top and when it erupts, hot gases and lava are forced into the air.
    Erupt: explode and throw out fire. When a volcano erupts, hot gases are forced out into surrounding.
    Lava: hot liquid rock. Great streams of lava flowed from the crater (cave) in ancient times.
    Surrounding (SYN nearby): We decided to explore the surrounding country side.
    Drought: Heat and drought had continued for more than three weeks.
    Crops: plants that are grown for food. The main crops in Iran are rice and potato
    Starve (to death): Thousands of people will starve if food doesn’t reach the city
    Hit sth/sb (SYN strike sth/sb): He raised the hammer and hit the bell
    Collapse (n.v): He collapsed with a heart attack while he was dancing
    Evaluate sb (evaluation n.): You should be able to evaluate your own work
    Fear (n,v): The girls’ parents expressed fear for her safety
    Trap sb: People caught in the unemployment trap
    Death toll: The official death toll stands at 53
    Considerable: We’ve saved a considerable amount of money
    Crucial (SYN vital): The aid money is crucial to the government’s economic policy
    Rescue sb (save sb): Survivors of the crash were rescued by helicopter
    Maintain sth: How can we maintain control of spending? It is important to maintain a constant temperature inside the greenhouse
    Supply: They were arrested for supplying drugs to street dealers .

  • Select Readings – Pre_ Intermediate- chapter 3
    Spill: My son almost spilled his milk.
    Beet: Your face is beet-red.
    On purpose: You make it sound as if I did it on purpose.
    Run in to: I ran in to an old friend.
    Seasick: He was seasick almost at once.
    With envy: His son watched the other students with envy.
    Recycling: Recycling is important to me, but my husband doesn’t agree with me.
    Embarrassing: I couldn’t fix his watch- it was so embarrassing.
    Negative: He always tells me more positive than negative.

  • Select Readings – Pre_ Intermediate- chapter 2
    All alone: I worried about being all alone in that city.
    Warm welcome: I felt comfortable when I saw their warm welcome.
    Pub: Do you fancy going to the pub?
    Points: There are three important points we must bear in mind.
    Advice: You should have followed my advice.
    Impression: I got the impression that she wasn’t very happy with her job.
    Realize: I suddenly realized that the boy was crying.
    Request: You have to request permission if you want to take any photographs.
    Treat: She doesn’t think her co-worker treat her as an equal.
    Worry (about): I worry about my son.
    Delicious: The apple pie is delicious with vanilla ice cream.
    Native: They never saw their native land again.
    Reasonable: I think he had a reasonable request.

  • FAEZEH MOHAMMADI
    OXFORD WORD SKILLS
    Lesson 9
    Only child: She is an only child in her family. She does not have any siblings.
    Single parent: He is a single parent. He has raised her daughter lonely since he divorced.
    Foster parents: The couple applied to adapt a child to become her foster parents
    Adapt a child: The couple are unable to have children, but hope to adapt. She was adapted when she was four
    Get divorced: They parents got divorced just after her birth
    Supported sb: This producer supports amateurs in field of movie industry
    Bring sb up: after losing her parents, he was brought up by his grandparents
    Stepfather: She has a nice stepfather. He treats her as his own daughter
    Stepson, stepdaughter, stepbrother, stepsister
    Half-brother, half-sister: Although they are half-brother and half-sister, they have a lot in common with each other
    Be related to sb: She was related to Pahlavi family
    Member: She is member of physicians association
    Royal: He was a member of royal family
    Ancestor: This Iranian girl has ancestors from India
    Immigrant: Most of the time this street becomes full of immigrants
    Emigrate from … to …: They want to emigrate from Iran to Canada
    Previous: Her previous generation was from Turkey
    Generation: My grandfather generation were Turkish
    Originally: Her family originally came from France. The building originally was used as a prison
    Look like sb: The new born baby looks like her mother exactly. It looks like, they won’t need us
    Take after sb: I take after my father. We have both sense of humor.

  • Select Readings – Pre_ Intermediate- chapter 1
    Experiment: They are doing experiments to learn more the affects of alchohol on the brain.
    Speech: In speech we use a smaller vocabulary than in witting.
    A counting test: He couldn’t finish a counting test.
    Fur: A barber always cut my dog fur.
    Eventually: Eventually, the weather get fresh because it is raining.
    For sure: It will be rainy for sure at tomorrow.
    Replenish: As more workers retire, new employees are needed to replenish the work force.
    Relieve stress: I listen to music to relieve my stress.
    Pass through: Each day, we pass through many things of life.
    Brain: My father died of a brain tumour.
    Effects (of): I could feel the effects of smoking.
    Purpose: The purpose of conducting a business is to make money.
    Researcher: She is a medical researcher.
    Sleep: Mu husband and my son sleep very soon.
    Stress: A lot of illness are stress – related.
    Find out: Did you find out whether there are any seats left?
    Have (trouble): We had trouble finding her house.
    Nap: I often take a nap after my son goes to school.
    Spend: My husband spends the days in watching T.V.
    Stay (awake): I have headache and it is hard to stay headache.
    Blurry: I printed a few blurry photos of his dead cat.
    Dangerous: It’s too dangerous for the kids to play in the street.
    Normal: A normal working week is 36 hours in Iran.
    Sleepy: I never felt sleepy before.
    Hallucinating: Someone who is Shizophern begin to hallucinating.
    Slur: He was slurring his words as if he was excited.

  • سلام.کتاب های مور نیاز برای آزمون آ یلتس کدومو هستند که مطمئن بشم از لحاظ لغت کم نمیارم البته من essential word 4000 خوندن. با تشکر

  • سلام. من کتاب های essential word 4000 خودم میخواستم بدونم چه کتابهایی بخونم که در بر گیرنده تمام لغات مورد نیاز آزمون آ یلتس باشه .و مطمئنا باشم با خوندن از نظر لغات کم نمی یارم .ممنون میشم زود جواب بدیم.با تشکر

  • زینت    زینت

    thrilled: I was absolutely thrilled when I heard I am going to be an aunt.
    furious: I dent his car and he was furious when he found out.
    astonished: Her birthday presents made all the guests astonished.
    heartbroken: she always became heartbroken after her argument with her husband, I think her divorce was a good decision.
    terrified: my mother was absolutely terrified when she heard about my sister’s accident.
    miserable: his mental problem is because of his miserable childhood.
    proud: I am so proud of my father, he is my first hero.
    jealous: why are you so jealous of your sister’s success?
    anxious: parents are always anxious about their children
    upset: disobedient kids make their parents upset.
    emotional: he was very emotional person.
    show your feelings: don’t be ashamed of showing your feelings
    upset sb: try to not upset your friend with your irrational advice
    be in a bad mood: she was in a bad mood after she broke up with her boyfriend.
    hurt somebody’s feeling: if you lie about loving her, you will hurt her feeling
    moody: she is a kind of moody person. she always is changing her mind
    sympathetic: I try to be a sympathetic friend when I am listening to my friends’ problems
    supportive: my husband is very supportive person, he always try to motivate me.

  • Popular:my father is a popular person in my
    town
    Originally : I’m originally kashanian but I was
    born in semna
    Spectators: spectators was anxious because their team couldn’t take a result in
    .competition
    approximately=approximately 1000people were killed by earthquake in kermanshah.
    especially :This food has cooked from fresh material but this food was cooked by chef
    especially for you
    Mainly:the work force in mainly made up to
    woman.
    Percent: 50percent of iranian people suffer
    from deppresion
    Players :Football players receive at least
    one milion dollar for year
    fun : l like to have fun with my friends
    Game:playing game is one of my favoorite
    hobbies
    rule : in iran some rules have limitted
    .sociable life
    Last:Tennis play between Federer and
    Nadal lasted 4hours
    different : I try to speaking with my father
    from different ways
    Important :This is important what to do in
    emergency situation.
    Professional :CR7 is a proffesional footbal
    . palyer
    Similar:my mother and sister are very
    similar with together from appearance
    Top : 2days lasted until he went to top of
    mountain

    Convenience : most of us like the
    covenience of using creadit card
    Owner=I met the owner of hotel
    Own : my father has owned one apartment
    in city center
    Building :my father has costructed a
    building in coty center beautiful:there are beautiful flowers in my
    garden
    beauty : an are of outstanding beauty
    Floor:our building has 3floors
    There is mini garden in my balcony’s home
    guest:we have party tonight and the guests
    will arrive at 9 p.m
    There is a lake in west of tehran which is
    . called persian gulf
    Place : There are a lot of places which you
    can buying your needs.
    View : look that building . it has great view Seat: I think this class has 50 seats .
    Type : Articles have different types , for
    example official and unofficial
    Expensive : an apartment are very
    expensive in north of tehran
    Simple :the exam was very simple . Ididn’t
    get in trouble
    Special : This pitza is special . It is very
    delicious
    They were sitting close together on the
    class
    When my father arrives home , I greet
    with him
    Hug: my sister living in tehran when she
    come to semnan and my home , I’m hug her

    You can make a decision in different
    situation

    Way : there are a lot of ways for reach to
    goals.
    Change : I made a mistake, I want to change
    . My mind
    Depend : you can buy this car , it depends
    on your car .
    Describe : I can’t describe my feeling
    Shake hand :when I see my new classmate ,
    shake my hand for him .
    Touch :my sister is living in italy but we
    keep in touch together
    Acceptable: The document was acceptable
    for police officer
    Common : common money of US is dollar
    Formal : you have to use from formal
    converstation when you working in
    governmental organization
    Traditional: l love traditional Iranian cooking
    Slightly : I respect to an old people and
    when see them , I bow slightly
    Though : Two heats attacks in a year .It hasn’t stopped him smooking , though
    Together : ali and amir have friendly relation
    . together

  • باسلام..واقعا مفید هستن مطالبتون.من جملات رو ساختم ولی متاسفانه نمیتونم فیدبک جملات ساخته شده رو دریافت کنم.و نمیتونم بخش نظرات رو پیدا کنم..ممنون میشم واضح راهنمایی کنین.تا بتونم هرچه سریعتر اصلاح کنم.

  • با سلام و احترام
    سایت بسیار خوبی دارید.
    ممنون از زحماتی که می کشید.
    با سپاس
    هادی پیرهادی

  • سلام
    من از زبان آموزان دوره فشرده روزهای زوج هستم

  • این سایت عالیه
    من از زبان آموزان دوره فشرده روزهای زوج هستم

  • hammer:a tool for bang a nail
    nail: piece of metal whit a flat top which you can hit into a surface whit hammer
    screwdriver: it is a tool that you can turn screws
    screw:close something by turning it
    drill: a machine to making hole in something
    rezvan marzban,odd azar, lesson 26
    hole:there is a hole in my garden
    needle:a small thin of steel that can be dangerous
    pin:a piece of metal that used to fasten things together
    scissors: a tool for cutting paper or cloth
    string:used for fasting something
    rope:it is very stonger than string
    wire: thin metal in the form of a thread
    glue: i use it for joining things together

    • admin    admin

      درود

      مواردی که نوشتید تعاریف واژگان هستند ما نمونه یا مثال میخوایم. کاربرد این واژگان در جمله بدون خطا

  • would you mind going to fetch my jeys from the car?
    earthquake can strike witjout warning.
    do you maintain control of spendings?

  • درود بر شما
    من تست آنلاین تعداد واژگان رو دادم ۵۰۰۰ تا واژه میدوستم (یعنی نتیجه ای که گرفتم این بود)
    ولی نمره ی ریدینگ آکادمیک من ۶٫۵ هستش و در ۳۰ الی ۴۰ درصد مواقع میتونم ۷ رو هم بگیرم
    شاید دلیلش همین فاکتور های دیگه ای باشه (چون من تقریبا سه سال دارم زبان میخونم از همون اول هم ریدینگ رو لوث نکردن ریدینگ ها از همون اول باشه استراتژی من همیشه این بوده: معنی لغات رو در دیکشنری سرچ نمیکردم و معنی هارو حدس میزدم و سعی میکردم همیشه در یک زمان قانونی ریدینگ هارو بزنم) و در انتهای ریدینگ لغات رو در دیکشنری سرچ میکردم
    این تجربه ی شخصی بنده است گفتم شاید کسی بدردش بخوره

  • admin    admin

    درود

    باید دقت داشته باشید جمله های شما میبایست پس از به ذهن سپردن یک جمله مناسب از دیکشنری استاندارد و با به وجود آوردن تغییراتی اندک در اینجا نوشته بشه. بیشتر جمله های نوشته شده نادرست هستند و میبایست بازنویسی شوند.

  • Morteza    Morteza

    با سلام و تشکر از زحمات شما.
    بنده از یک نرم افزار فلش کارت به نام Anki استفاده می کنم که بسیار راضی هستم. از قابلیت های آن قابلیت افزودن صوت برای لغت و پاراگراف ها. افزودن عکس و ویدیو به کارتها و بسیاری قابلیت های جالب دیگر.
    امکان اجرا روی اندروید، مک، ویندوز و لینوکس را دارد.
    همچنین میتوانید لغت های خوانده شده را بین Device های مختلف شیر کرده و بروز رسانی کنید.
    فلش کارت های آماده و بسیار دقیقی برای این نرم افزار وجود دارد که بنده آن ها را دانلود کرده و در حال استفاده میباشم.
    اینجانب آمادگی همکاری در زمینه معرفی نرم افزار و دیتا بیس های مورد نیاز برای رفع مشکلات حفظ لغت سایر دوستان را دارم.
    تشکر

    • admin    admin

      ممنون از اطلاعات شما.
      اتفاقا بسیاری از بچه های کلاس های خصوصی همین پیشنهاد رو به من دادند. مطمئن هستند برای بچه ها سودمند خواهد بود.

  • عالی بود