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گروه زبان دکتر برزآبادی
2015-11-03 07:49:22
October 31, 2015: Speaking Topics: 1: what kind of activity do you think will help children to take responsibility. 2:what will you choose when you move from a place to another? wear headset or go in slience.
گروه زبان دکتر برزآبادی
2015-11-03 07:50:00
Writing Topic: which one is the most important for teacher? ability to give advice about planning for future. ability to recognize students that need help , ability to encourage students learn outside the classroom by themselves.
گروه زبان دکتر برزآبادی
2015-11-07 14:26:23
A TOEFL Taker's experience: امتحان 6 نوامبر امیربهادر 1. ریدینگ مطابق پیش‌بینی برای ساعت 12 اکستندد بود. پاراگرافها طولانی تر از tpo بود. بعضی کلمات رو معنی شو گذاشته بود. واقعا سرعت و دقت بالا میخواد که به همه سوالا برسی 2. به نسبت اسون بود. یکی از lecture ها لهجه داشت. یکی دیگه که برای من تکراری بود و تو کلاسم هم کار کردیم در مورد spiceها بود. نکته مهم: حتما و حتما و حتما از جمله آخر lecture ها سوال میاد. یعنی سوال آخر هر بخش مربوط به اون جمله آخری میشد که گفته بود. 3. وقت استراحت همه برگه ها رو عوض میکنن. تمپلیت نوشتن برای اسپیکینگ رو بزارین همون شروع اول اسپیکینگ به اندازه کافی وقت هست. 4. ماهیگیری برای من جواب نداد. با اینکه دور و برم داشتن حرف میزدن. انقد صداها درهم بود با وجود شنیدن چند جمله موضوع رو زودتر نفهمیدم. 5. سوال اول writing هم یکم پیچیدگی داشت. در مورد اهرام مصر بود. متن میگفت دلایلی هست که نشون میده توجیهی نیست برای اینکه مصری ها ساختن اهرام رو ادامه ندادن. ولی در بخش لسنینیگ میگفت اتفاقا دلیل هست برای این موضوع. حتما هم برای تصحیح بیشتر از 3-4 دقیقه وقت بزارید. من کم آوردم تو دوره و درنتیجه آخرش که قفل شد صفحه کلید داشتم با حسرت به اشتباه پاراگراف اخرم نگاه میکردم 6. امیربهادر هیچ مشکلی نداشت. اتفاقا به نظر من خیلی هم مهربون و لبخندزنان راهنمایی میکردن. نکته: به هیج عنوان با اونی که مدارکتونو چک میکنه جرو بحث نکنین. فقط هرچی مدرک میتونین ببرین خیالتون راحت باشه
گروه زبان دکتر برزآبادی
2015-11-07 14:29:07
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گروه زبان دکتر برزآبادی
2015-11-08 05:59:30
Word of the Day: CANDOR (KAN-dur) Frankness, openness, sincere expression. Synonyms include straightforwardness, outspokenness, forthrightness, and ingenuousness. Candor is the noun; the adjective is candid, frank, open, sincere. The candid person expresses his or her thoughts frankly and openly, with no hesitation. The forthright person speaks directly to the point, plainly and sometimes bluntly, in a no-nonsense manner. The ingenuous (in-JEN-yoo-us) person speaks honestly and sincerely, with no hint of evasiveness or deception.
گروه زبان دکتر برزآبادی
2015-11-09 06:19:33
TOEFL iBT November 8, 2015- Speaking Question 1: The school has been funding for students to participate in different types of activities, but this year due to the lack of money, the school will fund one activity, which one do you think is the one the school should fund: sports, arts and volunteering.
گروه زبان دکتر برزآبادی
2015-11-09 06:39:14
Word of the Day: MOROSE (muh-ROHS) Gloomy, moody, glum, grumpy, ill-tempered, depressed. “After weeks of futile job-hunting, he became morose.” More difficult synonyms of morose include dolorous (DOH-luh-rus), which means mournful, full of sadness; lugubrious (luh-GOO-bree-us), which means extremely gloomy or dismal; and saturnine (SAT-ur-nyn), which means having a bitter disposition or sour outlook on life. Antonyms—words opposite in meaning—include optimistic, jovial (JOH-vee-ul), and sanguine (SANG-gwin), which means having a cheerful, confident outlook on life. Sullen (SUHL-in) and morose are close in meaning. When you refuse to speak or associate with people because you're in a bad mood, you are being sullen. When you are depressed and silent because you are feeling bitter or resentful, you are morose. Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, tenth edition, says that morose suggests “bitterness or misanthropy.” Misanthropy (mis-AN-thruh-pee) is hatred of humankind, a spiteful or pessimistic attitude about the human race. Moroseness is ill-tempered, bitter gloominess.
گروه زبان دکتر برزآبادی
2015-11-11 13:22:28
Word of the Day: ADEPT (uh-DEPT) Skilled. Synonyms include handy, clever, able, deft, expert, adroit, dexterous (DEK-strus, also DEK-stur-us), and proficient (pruh-FISH-int, not proh-). Adept comes from the Latin adeptus, an alchemist who has learned how to do the impossible—change base metals into gold. The noun an adept (AD-ept) means a highly skilled person, an expert. The adjective adept means skilled, dexterous, proficient: “He was adept at managing his investments, and they always turned a handsome profit.”
گروه زبان دکتر برزآبادی
2015-11-14 05:24:48
Word of the Day: SATURATED (SACH-uh-RAY-tid) Soaked, thoroughly wet, full of moisture. Synonyms include drenched, steeped, permeated (PUR-mee-AY-tid), impregnated, imbued (im-BYOOD), and sodden (SAHD-’n). Sodden may mean heavy with moisture, soggy, or dull, stupefied, expressionless, as from drinking too much liquor. To saturate means to soak or wet thoroughly, either literally, as in “My french fries are saturated with oil,” or figuratively: “The company saturated the media with ads for its new product.” Saturation is the corresponding noun.
گروه زبان دکتر برزآبادی
2015-11-15 05:03:08
Word of the Day: PRAGMATIC (prag-MAT-ik) Practical, having to do with actual practice, concerned with everyday affairs as opposed to theory or speculation. Pragmatic comes from the Latin pragmaticus, which means skilled in business or law. The lawyer is concerned with evidence and proof; the businessperson is concerned with facts and figures. Both have little time for idle speculation or harebrained schemes. Both must be pragmatic, concerned with practical, everyday affairs.