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1- مقاله به ترتیب شامل چکیده(حداکثر 5-8 سطر)، کلید واژه(حداکثر 5 واژه به همراه معادل انگلیسی)، مقدمه، بحث و بررسی، نتیجه گیری و فهرست منابع باشد

2- حداکثر 20 صفحه باشد.

3- فاصله خطوط 1، حاشیه از طرفین 3، از بالا 4 سانتی متر باشد.

4-متن مقاله با قلم زر 13 و چکیده با قلم زر 12 ایرانیک باشد.

5- مشخصات نویسنده یا نویسندگان(نام و نام خانوادگی، مرتبه علمی، نشانی محل کار و ایمیل ) در پاورقی ذکر گردد.

توجه: مشخصات نویسنده یا نویسندگان(نام و نام خانوادگی، مرتبه علمی، نشانی محل کار، تلفن و ایمیل در صفحه ای جداگانه )

6- ارسال چکیده به زبان انگلیسی (حداکثر 8 سطر) برای مقالات زبان شناسی و فارسی الزامی است.

7- نگارش منبع به صورت زیر باشد.

کتاب: نام خانوادگی نویسنده، نام، (تاریخ انتشار)، نام کتاب، نام مترجم، محل نشر: نام ناشر.

مقاله: نام خانوادگی نویسنده، نام، (تاریخ انتشار)، « عنوان مقاله»، نام نشریه، دوره /سال، جلد: شماره و صفحات مقاله.

8- فقط مقالاتی پذیرفته می شود که در زمینه زبان و زبان نشاسی باشد( مترجمی، آموزش، ادبیات انگلیسی و زبان شناسی) و حاصل پژوهش محقق / محققان باشد.

9- ویراستاری ادبی مقاله، بدون تغییر محتوای آن ، ازاد است.

10-  مقاله را به نشانی دفتر گروه زبان استان کرمانشاه ارسال نمایید:

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Here are ten common idioms which are related to body parts:

foot in mouth

To put your foot in your mouth means that you say or do something that accidentally embarrasses or offends another person

'I put my foot in my mouth when I called by brother's new wife by his ex-wife's name.'

cost an arm and a leg

When something costs an arm and a leg it costs a lot of money. It's very expensive.'

'It cost me an arm and a leg to get my car fixed.'

get off my back

We use this expression when someone is criticising you or telling what to do all the time.

'Stop telling me what to do. Get off my back!'

cold shoulder

To give someone the cold shoulder means to ignore someone.

'I saw my ex-girlfriend at a party but she wouldn't talk to me. She gave me the cold shoulder.'

cold feet

To get nervous and to have second thoughts about doing something.

'I'm getting cold feet about my wedding. I'm so nervous.'

a sight for sore eyes

We use this expression when we are very happy to see someone or something.

'Hi Frank. You're a sight for sore eyes. I haven't seen you for years.'

a finger in every pie

To have a finger in every pie means that you are involved in many activities.

off the top of my head

Off the top of my head means that you say something without really thinking about it. A spontaneous reaction.

'Off the top of my head, I'd say there were a thousand people there.'

look down your nose

When you look down your nose at someone you think you are better or more important than them.

'Because he's rich he seems to think that he's better than everyone. He really looks down his nose at people.'

play it by ear

To play it by ears means to improvise or do something without preparation.

I don't know where we should go tonight. Let's just play it by ear.'

Link: Time Idioms

  • The business man seemed to have a finger in every .
  • They charge an arm and a at that restaurant.
  • Good to see you, Jane. You are a for sore eyes.
  • She has cold about her trip, but she will be ok.
  • Be careful what you say. Try not to put your in your mouth.
  • She is always complaining about me. She will not get off my .
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Sitting in a classroom with the smell of chalk and glue,
I think back to those days when I hated to get up early
Couldn't stand to be there and couldn't wait to get home.
In the beginning I was that child that struggled,
Until the day that special teacher came into my life—
The first one that believed in me and took time with me—
The first one that helped me find that school was fascinating
And that I was intelligent and had something to give—
The first time I did not have that blank stare—
The beginning of my lifelong love for learning—
The beginning of everything.
And now older and wiser I look forward to going,
Can't wait to do the work and enjoy every minute of it,
While most are just wanting to be finished with it.
There are those of us doing everything we can to get back to it.
 
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  11. Below are the words beginning on A of a list of more than 250 words that speakers and writers of English often confuse. They are called false cognates because they sound or are written so similarly that they are often confused. Even if you are an excellent writer, you should read through this list; otherwise, how will you know if you are confusing any words? We will soon have a quiz that will help you check your knowledge of the most common false English cognates.

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    WORDS DEFINITIONS & EXAMPLES
    a lot
    allot
    A lot is two words meaning "much": A lot of bologna was left over from the party.
    Allot is a verb meaning "distribute proportionately, to portion out": You guys need to allot a lot more time to practice!
    a while
    awhile
    A while is two words meaning "a short period of time": I will meet you in a while. These two words are never spelled together.
    a
    an
    and
    A is an indefinite article used before nouns beginning with a consonant: a photograph, a tree, a horse.
    An is to be used before nouns beginning with a vowel (sound): an apple, an hour, an elephant.
    And is a conjunction used between nouns in a list: A blanket and picnic basket are needed for the afternoon.
    accede
    exceed
    Accede means "to agree or allow": Hiram Cheaply finally acceded to accepting the presidency of the company.
    Exceed means "to go beyond, to surpass": The amount of alcohol in his blood exceeded the previous record.
    accept
    except
    Accept means "to take willingly": Miss Deeds accepted the cup of hot tea even without a saucer.
    Except is a preposition meaning "excluding": Everyone was disappointed with the party except Ida Goodtime.
    adapt
    adept
    adopt
    Adapt means "to adjust": Minnie Miles quickly adapted to working 20 miles away from home.
    Adept means "skilled": Lucille is adept at speaking languages.
    Adopt means to "accept as your own": It was difficult to adopt only one puppy from the animal shelter.
    adverse
    averse
    Adverse means "unfavorable, hostile": Those driving in adverse winter conditions may be putting themselves at risk.
    Averse means "repulsed or repelled": She was immediately averse to the idea.
    advice
    advise
    Advice is a noun meaning "an opinion given with the intention of helping": My mother still gives me advice even though I'm 40 years old.
    Advise is a verb meaning "to give counsel or advice": The meteorologist advised listeners to stay indoors because of the extremely cold temperatures.
    affect
    effect
    Affect is most often used as a verb meaning "to influence and change": The president's speech affected his views of the upcoming election.
    The verb effect means "to cause": Batting her eyes so flirtatiously effected a strong desire in Rathbone to embrace Mirabelle.
    aid
    aide
    Aid is help or assistance given: Every Christmas the community gives aid to those less fortunate.
    An aide is a person who helps: Frieda Gogh worked five years as a teacher's aide.
    airs
    heirs
    Airs refers to snobbish and artificial behavior: Portia Radclyffe put on airs at the fine dinner party just because she had a few diamonds dangling from her neck.
    Heirs are people who, because they are family, will inherit an estate or title: Portia was the heir to her mother's diamonds.
    all right
    alright
    All right is a phrase meaning "everything is right": Is all right here?
    Alright is a single word meaning "OK": All are alright here.
    all together
    altogether
    All together is applied to people or things that are being treated as a whole: We always had fun when we were all together. To double check this usage, try separating the two words: We all had fun when were together.
    Altogether is an adverb that means "completely or totally": Using a flashlight in bed is an altogether new approach to reading at night.
    all ways
    always
    All ways means "by every means or method": Dirk tried all ways to navigate the storm.
    Always means "forever": Sue St. Marie always responded calmly during emergency situations.
    allude
    elude
    Allude means "to suggest indirectly": Leticia can't speak to her husband without alluding to his affair with Martha Snodgrass.
    Elude means "to dodge or escape": Serious relationships always seemed to elude him. Also beware of illude "to deceive, trick", the verb underlying illusion. It isn't used often but it is out there.
    allusion
    illusion
    An allusion is a subtle reference or hint: Rita Book made an allusion to the most recent novel she read in our conversation yesterday.
    An illusion is a deception, mirage, or a wild idea: The teacher said she had no illusions about how much work teaching demands.
    almost
    most
    Almost means "nearly all": Almost all my friends have graduated from college by now.
    Most is superlative of more, meaning "the greatest or to the highest degree": Chuck is the most computer savvy guy I know, or Chuck cooked a most delicious supper.
    aloud
    allowed
    Aloud means "speaking out so that someone else can hear you": Read this paragraph aloud.
    Allowed means "having permission": His boss allowed him to take the weekend off.
    already, all ready Already is an adverb that indicates an action is completed by a certain time: Herschel had already finished the whole pie by the time his guests arrived.
    All ready means "everyone or everything is completely prepared": The children were all ready and bundled up warmly to go caroling on the snowy evening.
    alternately
    alternatively
    Alternately means "taking turns": We paddled alternately so neither of us would get too tired.
    Alternatively means "as an option": Instead of going by train, we could have gone alternatively by car.
    altar
    alter
    An altar is a table used in communion and other services in a church: The priest conducted the ceremony at the altar."
    To alter means "to change": Don't alter a thing; leave everything as it is.
    ambiguous
    ambivalent
    Ambiguous is describes a phrase or act with more than one meaning, or one that is unclear: The ending of the short story is ambiguous; we don't know if he died or continue his journey.
    Ambivalent means "uncertainty and having conflicting attitudes and feelings": He was ambivalent as to which candidate to vote for.
    amiable
    amicable
    Amiable refers to a person who is friendly, good-natured, and pleasant: Susan was very amiable and liked by all.
    Amicable means "friendly and peaceable", and is used to describe agreements or relationships between groups or people: After years of disagreement, the two countries came to an amicable agreement.
    among
    between
    Among is used for three or more: Shirley had to choose among four universities she might attend.
    Between refers to only two two things: I couldn't decide between blue and green.
    amoral
    immoral
    Amoral means "having no principles at all, good or bad": Percy is totally amoral; he is either helping others or helping himself at their expense.
    Immoral means "bad, lacking good principles": Everything his brother does harms others whether it benefits him or not.
    amount
    number
    Amount is used with uncountable and abstract nouns: a large amount of money, amount of work, amount of happiness or amount of dirt.
    Number is used with countable and concrete plural expressions: a number of people, a number of attempts, a number of novels, a number of trials.
    amused
    bemused
    Amused is when something is entertaining: The children were amused by watching the kittens play.
    Bemused means "bewildered" or "lost in thought": George was bemused by the unexpected ending to the movie.
    annual
    annul
    Annual means "yearly": We must pay an annual tax.
    Annul means "to make void or invalid": They want to annul the marriage.
    any one
    anyone
    Any one means "any one person": Any one of you may go, but not all of you.
    Anyone means "anybody, any person at all": Anyone can chew gum and walk at the same time.
    anyway
    anywhere
    nowhere
    Anyway, anywhere, and nowhere are the correct forms of these words.
    apart
    a part
    Apart is an adverb meaning "in pieces": My plan for my vacation fell apart.
    A part is a noun meaning "one section of": A part of my heart left when he did.
    appraise
    apprise
    Appraise means "to assess or estimate the worth of": The jeweler appraise a diamond at $5000.
    Apprise means "to inform or notify": the officer apprised us of our rights.
    arcane
    archaic
    Arcane refers to things known and understood by few people: Amanda Lynn teaches arcane theories of modern music at the college.
    Archaic refers to things very, very old and outdated: The Oxford English Dictionary contains many words that are archaic.
    as
    like
    As may be used as a conjunction that introduce dependent clauses: George talks as his father does. Informally, it may also be used as a preposition in comparative constructions like: Jean-Claude is as forgetful as me (or as I am).
    Like is a preposition is followed by a noun or pronoun: George looks like his mother. It may also be used as an adjective meaning "similar": George and I have like minds.
    ascent
    assent
    Ascent is an upward movement, physical or abstract: Leo's ascent to the presidency of the company came slowly.
    Assent means "to agree to": Greta could not begin the project unless management assented.
    ascetic
    aesthetic
    An ascetic is a person who renounces all material comforts, often for religious devotion: the young man became an ascetic despite his parents' hopes that he would be a dentist. It can also be used as an adjective: Ethan Asia led an ascetic lifestyle.
    Aesthetic refers to the philosophy of beauty or the pleasing qualities of something: The statuette Leander created was lacking in aesthetic qualities.
    ascribe
    describe
    Ascribe means "to attribute to": She ascribed her feelings of jealousy to insecurity.
    Describe means "to show what something is by drawing a picture with words": Describe in detail what the man looked like.
    aspersion
    dispersion
    Aspersion is slander, a damaging remark: The campaign was filled with one aspersion after another.
    Dispersion is the act of scattering: The dispersion of seeds was irregular because he sowed the seeds by hand.
    assent
    ascent
    See ascent, assent.
    assistance
    assistants
    Assistance is help or aid: the nurses gave assistance to the patients.
    Assistants are more than one assistant, a person who gives help: the emergency room assistants were ready to help anyone who came through the door. (See also patience and patients.)
    assure
    ensure
    insure
    Assure means "to guarantee": He assured her it was a quality item. (Outside the US this word can also mean "insure".)
    Ensure means "to make sure by double checking": The custodian ensured the doors to the school were locked at night.
    Insure means "to provide insurance": It is wise to insure your house against flood, fire, or theft. (Insurance may be assurance outside the US.)
    auger
    augur
    An auger is a tool used for digging holes: If you want to ice fish, you need to first drill a hole in the ice with an auger.
    Augur means "to predict, forecast": Leroy's inheritance augured happiness for him in the near future.
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من بدنبال معنای کلامت

یادم آمد که به من گفتی از این عشق حذر کن
لحظه ای چند بر این
Room
نظر کن

Chat
آئینه عشق گذران است
تو که امروز نگاهت به Email
ی نگران است

باش فردا که PM
ات با دگران است
تا فراموش کنی چندی از این Log Out ،Room
کن

باز گفتم حذر از Chat
ندانم
ترک Chat
کردن هرگز نتوانم نتوانم

روز اول که Email
ام به تمنای تو پر زد
مثل Spam تو Inbox
تو نشستم

تو Delet
کردی ولی من نرمیدم نه گسستم
باز گفتم که تو یک Hacker و من User
مستم

تا به دام تو درافتم Room
ها رو گشتم و گشتم
تو مرا Hack
بنمودی. نرمیدم. نگسستم

Room
ی از پایه فرو ریخت
Hacker ی Ignore
تلخی زد و بگریخت

Hard
بر مهر تو خندید
PC
از عشق تو هنگید

رفت در ظلمت شب آن شب و شبهای دگرهم
نگرفتی دگر از User
آزرده خبر هم

نکنی دگر از آن Room
گذر هم
بی تو اما به چه حالی من از آن Room
گذشتم
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دستور العمل کامل تولید محتوای الکترونیکی تلفن همراه اطلاعیه مهم در خصوص تولید محتوی الکترونیکی قابل نصب در تلفن همراه و شیوه نامه اجرا همکارانی که مایل به شرکت در این مسابقه هستند لطفا شیوه نامه را به دقت مطالعه نمایند. همچنین نرم افزارهای لازم و پیش نهادی در این خصوص معرفی می گردد. لطفا فایل ضمیمه را در نسخه word دانلود نمایید.   منوی اصلی http://s1.picofile.com/file/7515896555/MOBILE.rtf.html
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نرم افزار Java Runtime Environment مورد نياز براي تهيه محتواي الكترونيكي تلفن همراه                                                                                                       برای دانلود روی فایل زیر کلیک کنید http://s3.picofile.com/file/7508588381/Setup.exe.html
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  • نرم افزار كاتب جهت توليد محتواي آموزشي ويژه تلفن همراه
فايل ضميمه را دانلود كرده و از حالت فشرده خارج نمائيد. راهنماي استفاده در داخل فايل فشرده قرار داده شده است.برای دانلود روی فایل های زیر کلیک کنید.http://s3.picofile.com/file/7508567311/kateb.pdf.http ://s1.picofile.com/file/7508540535/kateb2_trial.zip.html
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  • نرم افزار پرنيان و راهنماي استفاده آن

 نرم افزار پرنيان جهت توليد محتواي آموزشي ويژه تلفن همراه

فايل ضميمه را دانلود كرده و از حالت فشرده خارج نمائيد. راهنماي استفاده در داخل فايل فشرده قرار داده شده است.برای دانلود روی فایل زیر کلیک کنید.http://s1.picofile.com/file/7508497525/Parnian.rar.html
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  • نرم افزار كتابچه و راهنماي استفاده آن
نرم افزار كتابچه نسخه ۲.۱ جهت توليد محتواي آموزشي ويژه تلفن همراه فايل ضميمه را دانلود كرده و از حالت فشرده خارج نمائيد. راهنماي استفاده 
در داخل فايل فشرده قرار داده شده است.برای دانلود روی فایل زیر کلیک نمایید http://s1.picofile.com/file/7508497197/ketabche2_1.rar.html
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  • نرم افزار اف بوك و راهنماي استفاده آن

نرم افزار اف بوك نسخه ۲.۶ جهت توليد محتواي آموزشي ويژه تلفن همراهفايل ضميمه را دانلود كرده و از حالت فشرده خارج نمائيد. راهنماي استفاده در داخل فايل فشرده قرار داده شده است.برای دانلود، روی فایل زیر کلیک نمایید.     http://s1.picofile.com/file/7508496448/FBOOK.rar.html

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نمونه سوالات درس به درس کتاب زبان پیش دانشگاهی 1 و 2

درس اول

                  http://llenglish.persiangig.com/document/pre-university/lesson1.pdf

 

درس دوم  

                http://llenglish.persiangig.com/document/pre-university/lesson2.pdf

 

درس سوم  

             http://llenglish.persiangig.com/document/pre-university/lesson3.pdf  

 

درس چهارم   

             http://llenglish.persiangig.com/document/pre-university/lesson4.pdf

 

درس پنجم   

          http://llenglish.persiangig.com/document/pre-university/lesson5.pdf      

 

درس ششم  

         http://llenglish.persiangig.com/document/pre-university/lesson6.pdf

        

درس هفتم    

         http://llenglish.persiangig.com/document/pre-university/lesson7.pdf

 

درس هشتم  

         http://llenglish.persiangig.com/document/pre-university/lesson8.pdf

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                                                          نمونه سوالات درس به درس سال سوم دبیرستان


درس اول                        نمونه سوالات درس اول سال سوم

 

درس دوم                      نمونه سوالات درس دوم سال سوم

 

درس سوم                   نمونه سوالات درس سوم سال سوم

 

درس چهارم                 نمونه سوالات درس چهارم سال سوم

 

درس پنجم                  نمونه سوالات درس پنجم سال سوم

 

درس ششم               نمونه سوالات درس ششم سال سوم

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a. had had          b. would have 

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