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HELLO

Playground school bell rings again

دوباره زنگ مدرسه به صدا در اومد

Rain clouds come to play again

دوباره ابرهای بارانی بازیشون رو شروع کردن

Has no one told you she’s not breathing?

کسی بهت نگفته که اون دیگه نفس نمی کشه؟

Hello, I am your mind giving you someone to talk to

آهای، من ذهن تو هستم، کسی که میتونی باهاش صحبت کنی

Hello…

آهای. . .

If I smile and don’t believe

اگه لبخند می زنم و باور نمی کنم

Soon I know I’ll wake from this dream

بزودی از این خواب بیدار می شم

Don’t try to fix me, I’m not broken

سعی نکن من رو درست کنی من خراب نشدم

Hello, I’m the lie, living for you so you can hide

آهای، من دروغی هستم که می تونی پشتش مخفی شی

Don´t cry…

گریه نکن. . .

Suddenly I know I’m not sleeping

ناگهان متوجه میشم که خواب نیستم

Hello, I’m still here

آهای، من هنوز اینجام

All that’s left of yesterday…

چیزی که از دیروزت برات باقی مونده. . .

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Faghat emshab baray emtahan farda motale konid

 



تاريخ : چهارشنبه پانزدهم مرداد 1393 | 23:35 | نویسنده : وحید |
  • علاوه بر متن مدت زمانی را که امتحان دادید بفرستید
  • از روی کتاب یا جزوه به هیچ وجه نگاه نکنید.
  • سوالها را پرینت گرفته و یک نسخه برای خود نگه دارید که برای آمادگی امتحان پایانی از آن استفاده کنید.

 



تاريخ : سه شنبه چهاردهم مرداد 1393 | 22:54 | نویسنده : وحید |

Test

Form of Affirmative Sentences - Part 1

Choose the correct form.

  1. We sometimes  books.
  2. Emily  to the disco.
  3. It often  on Sundays.
  4. Pete and his sister  the family car.
  5. I always  to the bus stop.

Form of Affirmative Sentences - Part 2

Put the verbs into the correct form.

  1. (to like)  lemonade very much.
  2. The girls always (to listen)  to pop music.
  3. Janet never (to wear)  jeans.
  4. Mr Smith (to teach)  Spanish and French.
  5. You (to do)  your homework after school.

Simple present with 'have' and 'be'

Fill in the correct form of the verbs.

  1. We (to have)  a nice garden.
  2. She (to be)  six years old.
  3. Simon (to have)  two rabbits and five goldfish.
  4. (to be)  from Vienna, Austria.
  5. They (to be)  Sandy's parents.

Negative Sentences

Make negative sentences.

  1. My father makes breakfast. → 
  2. They are eleven. → 
  3. She writes a letter. → 
  4. I speak Italian. → 
  5. Danny phones his father on Sundays. → 

Questions

Make questions.

  1. you / to speak / English → 
  2. when / he / to go / home → 
  3. they / to clean / the bathroom → 
  4. where / she / to ride / her bike → 
  5. Billy / to work / in the supermarket → 
Q1 - He ____ it.




Q2 - They _____ here very often.



Q3 - John and Mary ______ twice a week.



Q4 - I _____ mind at all.




Q5 - It _____ sense.



Q6 - They ____ happy.



Q7 - You _____ to do it.



Q8 - She ____ a brother.




Q9 - The journey _____ an hour.


Q10 - I _____ it now.


Q11 - Peggy ____ by bus.


Q12 - She ____ .




Q13 - She ____ hard.




Q14 - They _____ football every weekend.



Q15 - The exam _____ two hours.



Q16 - She can ____ it.

Choose the right answer.

1. I _______ him every day and he never says hello to me.

 see
 am seeing
 will see

 

2. What is the name of that car which you _____ in the garage.

 have at
 is having at 
 are having at

 

3. ______ to see that game at the stadium next week?

 Do you go 
 Is you going 
 Are you going

 

4. _______ every single thing which you see on TV?

 Do you believe
 Is you believing 
 Are you believing

 

5. Sometimes I ______ what the profesor says to me.

 don't understand
 am not understanding 
 understand not

Simple Present – Exercise 01

1. I usually  (go) to school.
2. They  (visit) us often.
3. You  (play) basketball once a week.
4. Tom  (work) every day.
5. He always  (tell) us funny stories.
6. She never  (help) me with that!
7. Martha and Kevin  (swim) twice a week.
8. In this club people usually  (dance) a lot.
9. Linda  (take care) of her sister.
10. John rarely  (leave) the country.
11. We  (live) in the city most of the year.
12. Lorie  (travel) to Paris every Sunday.
13. I  (bake) cookies twice a month.
14. You always  (teach) me new things. 
15. She  (help) the kids of the neighborhood.
Change the verb into the correct form:
1. London  (be) in England.
2. The summer  (be) hot.
3. She  (drive) very well.
4. They  (open) the store at 8:00.
5. Linda  (be) a very pretty girl.
6. I  (have) several jobs.
7. Water  (boil) at 100 degrees.
8. Water  (freeze) at 0 degrees.
9. My sister  (speak) English.
10. He  (have) a big apartment.
11. A triangle  (have) three corners.
12. My birthday  (be) in June.
13. Books  (have) pages.
14. Dogs  (be) good friends.
15. I  (work) hard.
Change the verb into the correct form:
1. I  (love) you.
2. This  (weigh) 20 kilograms.
3. Ron  (seem) serious.
4. We  (like) tomatoes.
5. The boy  (want) to play.
6. You  (need) to sleep.
7. They  (agree) with me.
8. She  (hear) something strange.
9. The box  (contain) food.
10. Emma  (appear) sad.
11. David  (know) how to fix a car.
12. Daniel and Liz  (seem) happy.
13. This  (smell) bad.
14. I  (believe) you.
15. We  (be) number one!
  1. She ___ four languages.
    a. speak
    b. speaks

  2. Jane is a teacher. She ___ French.
    a. teach
    b. teaches

  3. When the kettle ___, will you make some tea?
    a. boil
    b. boils

  4. I always ___ the window at night because it is cold.
    a. close
    b. closes

  5. Those shoes ___ too much.
    a. cost
    b. costs

  6. The food in Japan is expensive. It ___ a lot to live there.
    a. cost
    b. costs

  7. His job is great because he ___ a lot of people.
    a. meet
    b. meets

  8. He always ___ his car on Sundays.
    a. wash
    b. washes

  9. My watch is broken and it ___ to be fixed again.
    a. need
    b. needs

  10. I ___ to watch movies.
    a. love
    b. loves

  11. I ___ to the cinema at least once a week.
    a. go
    b. goes

  12. They never ___ tea in the morning.
    a. drink
    b. drinks

  13. We both ___ to the radio in the morning.
    a. listen
    b. listens

  14. He ___ a big wedding.
    a. want
    b. wants

  15. George ___ too much so he's getting fat.
    a. eat
    b. eats

  16. The earth ___ round the sun, doesn't it?
    a. go
    b. goes

  17. The shops in England ___ at 9:00 in the morning.
    a. open
    b. opens

  18. The post office ___ at 5:30 pm.
    a. close
    b. closes

  19. Jackie ___ two children now.
    a. has
    b. have

  20. Mr. Smith ___ too much. He always has a cigarette in his mouth.
    a. smoke
    b. smokes


تاريخ : سه شنبه چهاردهم مرداد 1393 | 22:49 | نویسنده : وحید |
دوستان

یک متن جامع درباره خود، معرفی یک روز معمولی و همچنین معرفی یک دوست را با ذکر جزییات در ده خط بنویسید و برای استاد ایمیل کنید



تاريخ : سه شنبه چهاردهم مرداد 1393 | 0:30 | نویسنده : وحید |

"""""Bacheha lotfan in grammaro dar in had bekhonid ke baray ketabetone na bishtar.,,,,

I'm talking to David. Who are you talking to?
I came from France. Where did you come from?
a hammer is used for extracting nails from wood. What a hammer is used for?
Claudia is working in Microsoft Inc. What company is claudia working in?
I am speaking with Mike. Who are speaking with?
she is talking about her marriage. What is she talking about?
He is looking at you. What is he looking at?

Prepositions "On," "At," and "In"

A preposition is a word that links a noun, pronoun, or noun phrase to some other part of the sentence.

Prepositions can be tricky for English learners. There is no definite rule or formula for choosing a preposition. In the beginning stage of learning the language, you should try to identify a preposition when reading or listening in English and recognize its usage. 

  • to the office
  • at the desk
  • on the table
  • in an hour
  • about myself

A preposition is used to show direction, location, or time, or to introduce an object. 

Here are a few common prepositions and examples.

On

Used to express a surface of something:

  • I put an egg on the kitchen table.
  • The paper is on my desk.

Used to specify days and dates:

  • The garbage truck comes on Wednesdays.
  • I was born on the 14th day of June in 1988.

Used to indicate a device or machine, such as a phone or computer:

  • He is on the phone right now.
  • She has been on the computer since this morning.
  • My favorite movie will be on TV tonight.

Used to indicate a part of the body:

  • The stick hit me on my shoulder.
  • He kissed me on my cheek.
  • I wear a ring on my finger.

Used to indicate the state of something:

  • Everything in this store is on sale.
  • The building is on fire.

At

Used to point out specific time:

  • I will meet you at 12 p.m.
  • The bus will stop here at 5:45 p.m.

Used to indicate a place:

  • There is a party at the club house.
  • There were hundreds of people at the park.
  • We saw a baseball game at the stadium.

Used to indicate an email address:

Used to indicate an activity:

  • He laughed at my acting.
  • I am good at drawing a portrait.

In

Used for unspecific times during a day, month, season, year:

  • She always reads newspapers in the morning.
  • In the summer, we have a rainy season for three weeks.
  • The new semester will start in March.

Used to indicate a location or place:

  • She looked me directly in the eyes.
  • I am currently staying in a hotel.
  • My hometown is Los Angeles, which is in California.

Used to indicate a shape, color, or size:

  • This painting is mostly in blue.
  • The students stood in a circle.
  • This jacket comes in four different sizes.

Used to express while doing something:

  • In preparing for the final report, we revised the tone three times.
  • A catch phrase needs to be impressive in marketing a product.

Used to indicate a belief, opinion, interest, or feeling:

  • I believe in the next life.
  • We are not interested in gambling.


[Quiz 22.1]

Identify all prepositions in the following sentences.

After flying for many hours, we finally got off the airplane. We walked out the exit and went to the baggage claim area. There were hundreds of different bags on the conveyer belt. I almost picked up the wrong one because it looked like mine.


[Quiz 22.2]

Choose a correct preposition in the sentence.

1) I want to lose 5 kilogram                      (on, at, in) one month. 
2) Could you get me this pants                      (on, at, in) a larger size? 
3) She seems to be interested                      (on, at, in) Psychology. 
4) I will come to pick you up                      (on, at, in) 2 pm tomorrow. 
5) This class will be held                      (on, at, in) Mondays. 


 

Prepositions "Of," "To," and "For"

Of

Used for belonging to, relating to, or connected with:

  • The secret of this game is that you can’t ever win.
  • The highlight of the show is at the end.
  • The first page of the book describes the author’s profile.
  • Don’t touch it. That’s the bag of my friend’s sister.
  • I always dreamed of being rich and famous.

Used to indicate reference:

  • I got married in the summer of 2000.
  • This is a picture of my family.
  • I got a discount of 10 percent on the purchase.

Used to indicate an amount or number:

  • I drank three cups of milk.
  • A large number of people gathered to protest.
  • I had only four hours of sleep during the last two days.
  • He got a perfect score of 5 on his writing assignment.

To

Used to indicate the place, person, or thing that someone or something moves toward, or the direction of something:

  • I am heading to the entrance of the building.
  • The package was mailed to Mr. Kim yesterday.
  • All of us went to the movie theater.
  • Please send it back to me.

Used to indicate a limit or an ending point:

  • The snow was piled up to the roof.
  • The stock prices rose up to 100 dollars.

Used to indicate relationship:

  • This letter is very important to your admission.
  • My answer to your question is in this envelop.
  • Do not respond to every little thing in your life.

Used to indicate a time or a period:

  • I work nine to six, Monday to Friday.
  • It is now 10 to five. (In other words, it is 4:50.)

For

Used to indicate the use of something:

  • This place is for exhibitions and shows.
  • I baked a cake for your birthday.
  • I put a note on the door for privacy.
  • She has been studying hard for the final exam.

Used to mean because of:

  • I am so happy for you.
  • We feel deeply sorry for your loss.
  • For this reason, I’ve decided to quit this job.

Used to indicate time or duration:

  • He’s been famous for many decades.
  • I attended the university for one year only.
  • This is all I have for today.


[Quiz 23.1]

Choose the correct preposition in each sentence.

1) I slept                      (of, to, for) only two hours last night.
2) It was my first trip                      (of, to, for) Hawaii.
3) Turn off the TV and go straight                      (of, to, for) bed.
4) This book was written                      (of, to, for) the people who want to learn how to play a guitar.
5) I was late                      (of, to, for) school.
6) Spencer is one                      (of, to, for) my best friends.


Prepositions "With," "Over," and "By"

With

Used to indicate being together or being involved:

  • I ordered a sandwich with a drink.
  • He was with his friend when he saw me.
  • She has been working with her sister at the nail shop.
  • The manager will be with you shortly.

Used to indicate "having":

  • I met a guy with green eyes.
  • Were you the one talking with an accent?
  • People with a lot of money are not always happy.

Used to indicate "using":

  • I wrote a letter with the pen you gave me.
  • This is the soup that I made with rice and barley.
  • He cut my hair with his gold scissors.

Used to indicate feeling:

  • I am emailing you with my sincere apology.
  • He came to the front stage with confidence.

Used to indicate agreement or understanding:

  • Are you with me?
  • Yes, I am completely with you.
  • She agrees with me.


تاريخ : سه شنبه چهاردهم مرداد 1393 | 0:21 | نویسنده : وحید |

 

You've been on my mind
I grow fonder every day,
Lose myself in time
Just thinking of your face
God only knows
Why it's taken me so long
To let my doubts go
You're the only one that I want
 
I don't know why I'm scared, I've been here before
Every feeling, every word, I've imagined it all,
You never know if you never try
To forgive your past and simply be mine

I dare you to let me be your, your one and only
Promise I'm worthy to hold in your arms
So come on and give me the chance
To prove that I'm the one who can
Walk that mile until the end starts

If I've been on your mind
You hang on every word I say
Lose yourself in time at the mention of my name
Will I ever know how it feels to hold you close?
And have you tell me whichever road I choose you'll go

I don't know why I'm scared 'cause I've been here before
Every feeling, every word, I've imagined it all,
You'll never know if you never try
To forgive your past and simply be mine

I dare you to let me be your, your one and only
I promise I'm worthy to hold in your arms
So come on and give me the chance
To prove that I'm the one who can
Walk that mile until the end starts

I know it ain't easy, giving up your heart
I Know it ain't easy, giving up your heart
 
(Nobody's perfect, trust me I've learned it)
I know it ain't easy, giving up your heart
(Nobody's perfect, trust me I've learned it)
I know it ain't easy, giving up your heart
(Nobody's perfect, trust me I've learned it)
I know it ain't easy, giving up your heart
(Nobody's perfect, trust me I've learned it)
I know it ain't easy, giving up your heart

So I dare you to let me be your, your one and only
I promise I'm worthy to hold in your arms
So come on and give me a chance
To prove that I'm the one who can
Walk that mile until the end starts
Come on and give me a chance
To prove that I'm the one who can
Walk that mile until the end starts.

 

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تاريخ : سه شنبه چهاردهم مرداد 1393 | 0:4 | نویسنده : وحید |

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تاريخ : یکشنبه دوازدهم مرداد 1393 | 23:31 | نویسنده : وحید |

"""""""""""Bacheha in grammaro kamel kamel kamel ba hame jozeeat bekhonid.""""""""""

 


The simple present tense in English is used to describe an action that is regular, true or normal.

We use the present tense:

1. For repeated or regular actions in the present time period.

  • take the train to the office.
  • The train to Berlin leaves every hour.
  • John sleeps eight hours every night during the week.

2. For facts.

  • The President of The USA lives in The White House.
  • A dog has four legs.
  • We come from Switzerland.

3. For habits.

  • get up early every day.
  • Carol brushes her teeth twice a day.
  • They travel to their country house every weekend.

4. For things that are always / generally true.

  • It rains a lot in winter.
  • The Queen of England lives in Buckingham Palace.
  • They speak English at work.

 

Verb Conjugation & Spelling

We form the present tense using the base form of the infinitive (without the TO).

In general, in the third person we add 'S' in the third person.

SubjectVerbThe Rest of the sentence
I / you / we / they speak / learn English at home
he / she / it speaks / learns English at home

The spelling for the verb in the third person differs depending on the ending of that verb:

1. For verbs that end in -O, -CH, -SH, -SS, -X, or -Z we add -ES in the third person.

  • go – goes
  • catch – catches
  • wash – washes
  • kiss – kisses
  • fix – fixes
  • buzz – buzzes

2. For verbs that end in a consonant + Y, we remove the Y and add -IES.

  • marry – marries
  • study – studies
  • carry – carries
  • worry – worries

NOTE: For verbs that end in a vowel + Y, we just add -S.

  • play – plays
  • enjoy – enjoys
  • say – says

 

Negative Sentences in the Simple Present Tense

To make a negative sentence in English we normally use Don't or Doesn't with all verbs EXCEPT To Be and Modal verbs (can, might, should etc.).

  • Affirmative: You speak French.
    Negative: You don't speak French.

You will see that we add don't between the subject and the verb. We use Don't when the subject is I,youwe or they.

  • Affirmative: He speaks German.
    Negative: He doesn't speak German.

When the subject is heshe or it, we add doesn't between the subject and the verb to make a negative sentence. Notice that the letter S at the end of the verb in the affirmative sentence (because it is in third person) disappears in the negative sentence. We will see the reason why below.

 

Negative Contractions

Don't = Do not
Doesn't = Does not

don't like meat = I do not like meat.

There is no difference in meaning though we normally use contractions in spoken English.


Word Order of Negative Sentences

The following is the word order to construct a basic negative sentence in English in the Present Tense using Don't or Doesn't.

Subjectdon't/doesn'tVerb*The Rest of the sentence
I / you / we / they don't have / buy
eat / like etc.
cereal for breakfast
he / she / it doesn't

 

 

 

* Verb: The verb that goes here is the base form of the infinitive = The infinitive without TO before the verb. Instead of the infinitive To have it is just the have part.

Remember that the infinitive is the verb before it is conjugated (changed) and it begins with TO. For example: to have, to eat, to go, to live, to speak etc.

Examples of Negative Sentences with Don't and Doesn't:

  • You don't speak Arabic.
  • John doesn't speak Italian.
  • We don't have time for a rest.
  • It doesn't move.
  • They don't want to go to the party.
  • She doesn't like fish.

 

 

 

Questions in the Simple Present Tense

To make a question in English we normally use Do or Does. It has no translation in Spanish though it is essential to show we are making a question. It is normally put at the beginning of the question.

  • Affirmative: You speak English.
    Question: Do you speak English?

You will see that we add DO at the beginning of the affirmative sentence to make it a question. We useDo when the subject is Iyouwe or they.

  • Affirmative: He speaks French.
    Question: Does he speak French?

When the subject is heshe or it, we add DOES at the beginning to make the affirmative sentence a question. Notice that the letter S at the end of the verb in the affirmative sentence (because it is in third person) disappears in the question. We will see the reason why below.

We DON'T use Do or Does in questions that have the verb To Be or Modal Verbs (can, must, might, should etc.)

 

Word Order of Questions with Do and Does

The following is the word order to construct a basic question in English using Do or Does.

Do/DoesSubjectVerb*The Rest of the sentence
Do I / you / we / they have / need
want etc.
a new bike?
Does he / she / it

*Verb: The verb that goes here is the base form of the infinitive = The infinitive without TO before the verb. Instead of the infinitive To have it is just the have part.

Remember that the infinitive is the verb before it is conjugated (changed) and it begins with TO. For example: to have, to eat, to go, to live, to speak etc.

Examples of Questions with Do and Does:

  • Do you need a dictionary?
  • Does Mary need a dictionary?
  • Do we have a meeting now?
  • Does it rain a lot in winter?
  • Do they want to go to the party?
  • Does he like pizza?

 

Short Answers with Do and Does

In questions that use do/does it is possible to give short answers to direct questions as follows:

Sample QuestionsShort Answer
(Affirmative)
Short Answer
(Negative)
Do you like chocolate? Yes, I do. No, I don't.
Do I need a pencil? Yes, you do. No, you don't.
Do you both like chocolate? Yes, we do. No, we don't.
Do they like chocolate? Yes, they do. No, they don't.
Does he like chocolate? Yes, he does. No, he doesn't.
Does she like chocolate? Yes, she does. No, she doesn't.
Does it have four wheels? Yes, it does. No, it doesn't.

However, if a question word such as whowhenwherewhywhich or how is used in the question, you can not use the short answers above to respond to the question.

 



تاريخ : شنبه یازدهم مرداد 1393 | 23:45 | نویسنده : وحید |