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Which is the best way to Learn English as a Second Language?
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There are many different reasons for people to learn English as a second language, including business advancements and personal communication. Regardless of the reason, it is important to know and understand your learning option. Having this knowledge will enable a person to make the best decision regarding how they are going to learn English. Consider the following methods that are available and their benefits:

Classroom based lessons – Depending on an individual's learning style, one might enjoy a traditional class environment. Learning in a traditional environment provides consistent interaction with an instructor and can be helpful for students who may seek out extra guidance for class materials. Classroom based learning also provides students with the opportunity to form peer groups with other students to study and work with.

Audio lessons – These are rather old fashioned now, and a lot of learners find that it can be hard to gain a real grasp of a language through this method alone. However, good online courses that teach English as a second language may involve audio lessons to give students a better idea of pronunciation and dialect. Audio lessons are commonly used tu supplement a curriculum, however, complete audio lessons are available for auditory learners.

Books – Books are also typically used as supplemental resources to more involved curricula. However, for self-motivated learners, instructional books may be just the ticket to learning the English language at a pace that is comfortable for them, without having the constraints and obligations technology might be involved in online learning forums.

DVDs – A very popular learning tool, DVD learning programs can be very successful if followed correctly and consistently. A self-motivated learner might appreciate the flexibility and freedom that comes with working with a DVD learning tool. However, the inability to gain feedback from peers and instructors may be frustrating to a user if they are struggling with course material or can not move forward with the program. A DVDs learning tool could be perfect for a student that already has a fundamental knowledge of the course material, but is in need of a refresher course.

Online learning – Online learning tools have proved to be very successful and well received by both students and instructors. With flexibility and convenience, this learning method might work well for a student who is unable to commit to a classroom schedule, but works well in groups and singularly. Online learning tools do assume that the student does have a working knowledge of the internet's South Dakota walleye classic newer technology.

101 Ways to Learn English
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Here are 101 things (in no particular order) you can do to improve your English:

  1. Don’t be afraid to make mistakes. Be confident. People can only correct your mistakes when they hear you make them.
  2. Surround yourself in English. Put yourself in an all English speaking environment where you can learn passively. The best way to learn is through speaking.
  3. Practise every day. Make yourself a study plan. Decide how much time a week you are going to spend studying and stick to it. Establish a routine.
  4. Tell your family and friends about your study plan. Get them to push you to study and also don’t let them interrupt you.
  5. Practise the 4 core skills: reading, writing, speaking and listening. They all need to be worked on for you to improve.
  6. Keep a notebook of new words you learn. Use them in sentences and try to say them at least 3 times when you speak.
  7. Visit EC’s free learn English website at least once a day and complete a lesson.
  8. Memorisation of lists is one of the most common ways of learning vocabulary for a test. It's only a good exercise for short term studying because you often do not retain the information that you have learned for a test.
  9. Use your body clock. If you’re not a morning person, study in the afternoon.
  10. You will find words easier to remember if you try to remember an example sentence using that word rather the word on its own.
  11. Plan to take a test. You’ll find that you work harder when you need to study for something.
  12. Saying that, it’s better not to study just to take a test. Think of the bigger picture. What can you do when you have a good command of English? How will the quality of your life improve?
  13. Give yourself a long term goal. Focus on working towards it.
  14. Give yourself short term goals too and reward yourself when you achieve each one.
  15. Create an atmosphere in which you want to learn, not because you have to. You’ll learn more when you’re learning because you want to.
  16. Know what works best for you. Think about what methods have been successful for you in the past and stick with them.
  17. Figure out how you learn. It can be by memorising, reading, speaking, summarising or other methods. Find out how you study best. It can be in a quiet place by yourself or with a group.
  18. Get help! If you don’t understand something you’ve got to ask someone. Ask your teacher, classmates or friends for help.
  19. Review! Review! Review! Make sure that you take the time to review things you have studied in the past.
  20. It’s not a good idea to study on your own for more than 30 minutes at a time. Take regular breaks, get some fresh air and stretch your legs.
  21. Don’t be in such a hurry to move up a level. Concentrate on the level you are at now.
  22. Watch DVDs rather than TV. It’s better to use something that you can watch over again to catch information you might have missed the first time.
  23. Watching TV only gives you the chance to hear something correctly first time. This is better for high level students. It can be great practice for speaking to native English speakers so you don’t have to ask them to repeat themselves!
  24. Read graded readers. These books are especially written for your level. Read a whole novel. You can do it! You’ll feel great afterwards.
  25. Children’s books have easier words and are a good alternative to graded readers.
  26. Newspapers are a good place to find passive constructs. Read through an article and see if you can find the passive sentences.
  27. Read for the general meaning first. Don’t worry about understanding every word, then go back and look up new words.
  28. For a word you don’t understand in a sentence, look at the other words around it. They will give you a hint. Try to guess the meaning from the context.
  29. Learn root words. They’ll help you guess the meaning of words. For example: scrib = write, min = small
  30. When you learn a new word, think of all its other forms: Beautiful (adjective), beauty (noun), beautifully (adverb).
  31. Learn prefixes (dis-, un-, re-) and suffixes (-ly, -ment, -ful), these will help you to figure out the meaning of words and build your vocabulary.
  32. English, unlike Japanese or French, uses word stress. For new words, count the syllables and find where the stress is. Only one stress per word and always on a vowel. Two syllable verbs have a stress on the second syllable (beGIN). 2 syllable nouns (TEAcher) and adjectives (HAPpy) stress the first.
  33. Use English whenever you can. It’s as simple as that!
  34. Don’t translate into English from your own language. Think in English to improve your fluency. Talk to yourself…but not on the bus otherwise people will think you have gone crazy!
  35. You can’t learn English from a book. Like driving a car, you can only learn through doing it.
  36. The most natural way to learn grammar is through talking.
  37. Keep an English diary or journal. Start by writing a few sentences a day and then get into the habit of writing more.
  38. Why not start an online blog and share your writings with the world?
  39. To become a better writer brainstorm as many ideas and thoughts onto paper without worrying about grammar or spelling. Then think about the structure. After that, write your piece using good grammar and spelling. Finally, read it through or give it to someone else to check for mistakes.
  40. Keep an eye on your punctuation as it can totally change what you’re trying to say. Check out the difference in meaning between these two sentences: “A woman without her man is nothing” and “A woman: without her, man is nothing”.
  41. Sing your heart out! Show the world your beautiful voice! Learn English songs and sing along with them to improve fluency and intonation… anyone for Karaoke?
  42. Get a penfriend or use chat-rooms, forums and community sites. If you can’t speak to someone in English, this is the next best thing.
  43. Shadow English CDs. Listen to a few sentences then repeat what you heard. Focus on the rhythm and intonation.
  44. Have English radio on in your house. Even if you are not actively listening to it, you will still be training your ears.
  45. Mirror CDs. Read out loud along with a CD. Again, this is great for intonation, pronunciation and rhythm.
  46. Dictation. Listen to a CD or friend and write down what you hear.
  47. Nobody likes to hear their own voice, but be brave and try it! Record your voice and listen to your pronunciation and intonation. It will help you to identify your problem areas.
  48. Ask your helpful teacher if you can record his lesson. This is a great way to review. You can also listen to your teachers speaking speed and intonation.
  49. Use an English/English dictionary as it will help you to keep thinking in English and not translating.
  50. If an English/English dictionary seems scary, there are learner’s dictionaries for English students of your level.
  51. Don’t become too reliant on your dictionary. Your dictionary should be an aid, not your main teacher. Try to guess the meaning of words rather than going straight for your dictionary.
  52. Don’t give up! Stay positive! Sometimes you will feel that you aren’t learning quickly enough. Everyone feels like this, don’t worry about it. You’ll get there in the end.
  53. Enjoy it! We learn more when we are having fun!
  54. If you get nervous when speaking, take two deep breaths before you say something. You’ll speak better when you feel relaxed.
  55. Keep yourself motivated by looking back at the textbooks and CDs you used in the past. You’ll be surprised at how easy they seem to you now! Congratulations, your level is improving!
  56. You are never too young or too old to start learning English. Don’t make excuses not to learn. What are you waiting for?
  57. Procrastination can stop you from being successful. To stop procrastinating, it's important you understand if your procrastinating is to avoid studying, or if it is your bad habit.
  58. If you haven’t gotten the results you wanted yet, it’s not because you’re bad at languages, it’s because you haven’t found your own special way of learning yet.
  59. Use resources which match your level. Don’t use texts/listening exercises which are too difficult or too easy. Use materials which challenge you but don’t frustrate you.
  60. Don’t worry about making your accent perfect. It’s an important part of your cultural identity to keep your accent. Native English speakers enjoy hearing English spoken with an accent.
  61. There are many types of English: British, American, South African and so on. None of these are wrong or not as important. English is English.
  62. Instead, be aware of the differences in American and British English and use your words accordingly. For example: Elevator (US) / Lift (British).
  63. Carry cue cards with you. These are small cards which you can write new words on. You can pull them out and look at them whenever you a free minute.
  64. Use post-it notes and stick them around your home. You can use them to label things. Stick one on your pet dog!
  65. You can’t ignore phrasal verbs (two words verbs), there are hundreds of them in English and they’re widely used. The more you focus on their meaning, the more you’ll be able to guess the meaning of new ones. You’ll start to recognise their patterns.
  66. Use your intuition. Go with your gut feeling, you’ll be surprised how often your first guess is the right guess. Like we said before, be confident.
  67. Gather your thoughts. Take a second to think about what you’re going to say. You know the grammar, but maybe you don’t use it correctly when you speak.
  68. Meet new people. Make the effort to mix with English speakers in your town. You could join a club or go to bars where foreigners hang out. Buy one a drink, they love that!
  69. Be the person to start conversations in English. Try to keep the conversations moving and use listening words (‘really?’ / ‘go on…’/ ‘what happened then?’) Don’t wait for others to speak to you. Get in there!
  70. Debate. Discuss topics in a group. Each person should choose a viewpoint (even if you don’t agree with it) and debate it within the group. Make sure you get your point across. Learn to listen actively. Active listening will help in the classroom and it will help you get more out of, and contribute more to, group study sessions. Focus on the person who is talking. Don’t fidget or become distracted by other people or events. Concentrate on the speaker with your ears and eyes. Follow the movements the speaker makes in an effort to hear more. It may help to repeat what you hear others say in an effort to understand their thoughts.
  71. It’s not enough to only learn English words. You can teach a parrot English words but that doesn’t mean it can speak English! You still need to have an understanding of grammar.
  72. Verb tenses are used by English speakers to talk about the timing of actions. You might not have the same expressions in your own language. It’s important that you know these tenses and when to use them.
  73. English has many irregular verbs. You should drill yourself on them.
  74. Keep it up! If you take a break from speaking English, you will find that your level decreases and all your hard work has been wasted.
  75. Don’t be put off by a bad test score. Sometimes students have the ability to pass an English test, but can’t communicate well with English speakers. If you can speak freely in English, you should be proud of yourself.
  76. Remember that as long as you have tried your hardest, you have succeeded!
  77. Learn English with a friend. You’ll have someone you can practice with and you can motivate each other to study.
  78. Remember, the way we write English is not the same as how it’s pronounced. For example ‘Ough’ has over 6 pronunciations. Familiarise yourself the Phonetic Alphabet. It will help you correctly pronounce words in the dictionary.
  79. Get used to the ‘schwa’ sound [ə] - an unstressed and toneless neutral vowel sound. ‘Schwa’ is the most common vowel sound in English. For example, the 'a' in about and the 'u' in supply.
  80. Keep in mind that it takes longer to improve when our level is high. Usually the fastest progress is made when we are beginners. Don’t think that you’re suddenly not learning anymore, it’s just a less noticeable progress.
  81. Make sure that your English matches the occasion. It’s OK to use slang with friends but not in a business meeting. Decide in which situation it’s appropriate to use the words and phrases you have learned.
  82. Textbook English is often different from the way we casually speak. To learn casual ‘slang’ watch movies.
  83. Idioms can be difficult to memorise, but they are great fun to use and they’ll make your English more colourful.
  84. When talking we usually link words together so that two words can sound like one. Simply put, we link words ending with a consonant sound to words beginning with a vowel sound (consonant > vowel). We link words ending with a vowel sound to words beginning with a vowel sound (vowel > vowel). Practice these to improve your listening and pronunciation.
  85. Make use of the internet. It’s full of resources to help you learn: BBC Learning English ;
  86. Think about your strong and weak points. Write down which areas you want to improve on and work on improving them. Of course, don’t ignore your strong points. Congratulate yourself on how well you’ve done!
  87. Unlearn your mistakes. You probably make the same grammar mistakes over and over again. Use English tests results as a study tool. Go over your mistakes and choose one or two that you want to focus on. Use your favourite grammar book to check rules.
  88. Use the correct article (a/an, the). Be aware that there is more to this rule than a/an= non specific, the=specific. For example: A university (not an university because it begins with a consonant sound). An hour (not a hour because the ‘h’ is often silent).
  89. For fluency, try image training. Before you go to that restaurant think through what the waiter is likely to say to you. Think of what phrases you are going to use.
  90. Much communication comes through body language and gesture. These can be different between cultures and countries. For example, the two-fingered "V" for victory symbol is fine palms-out. If you make it with you palm facing toward you, you'll offend a British person. It means…well, you ask a British person and find out for yourself!
  91. The easiest one - Sleep! You’ll learn more after a good night’s sleep. You’ll be able to concentrate more.
  92. Take an English course in an English speaking country.
  93. If you studying abroad, mix with people from other countries not only people from your own country. It’s not a good idea for you to live in a shared house with people from your own country. Enjoy a more cultural experience by spending time with other nationalities.
  94. Have you thought about getting a job or doing an internship abroad?
  95. Get yourself a qualified teacher. Who wants to learn wrong things?
  96. Nobody can learn all of the English language. No need to worry about trying. A useful shortcut to learning is that in English we have lots of words that have the same pronunciation, but a different spelling and meaning. For example, ‘come here’ has the same pronunciation as, ‘I can hear the birds’. You might find it easier to build vocabulary by knowing the different meanings.
  97. Once you have a basic level of English explore the different ways you can say the same thing. This makes your English more interesting to the listener and it shouldn’t be too difficult for you because you already know the basics. For example, how many ways can we say, ‘Goodbye' in English?
  98. When you are on your English course, be prepared for your class. Do your homework as soon as possible and hand it in on time. Review your notes and your last lesson a few minutes before the class. Doing this will refresh your memory and you'll be warmed up for lesson.
  99. Don't get distracted in class. Focus on the lesson, don't stare out of the window. Don't be late, arrive a few minutes before the start of the lesson. Don't sit next to people who won't speak to you in English. Switch off your phone. Be organised, remember to take your textbook, notebook and pen.
  100. Find a comfortable, peaceful place for quiet study. You need somewhere where you can focus 100%.

Last but not least, Learn English with EC!

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الف: اشتیاق برای رسیدن به نهایت آرزوها

ب: بخشش برای تجلی روح و صیقل جسم

پ: پویاپی برای پیوستن به خروش حیات

ت: تدبیر برای دیدن افق فرداها

ث: ثبات برای ایستادن در برابر باز دارنده ها

ج: جسارت برای ادامه زیستن

چ: چاره اندیشی برای گریز از گرداب اشتباه

ح: حق شناسی برای تزکیه نفس

خ: خودداری برای تمرین استقامت

د: دور اندیشی برای تحول تاریخ

‌ذ: ذکر گوپی برای اخلاص عمل

ر: رضایت مندی برای احساس شعف

ز: زیرکی برای مغتنم شمردن دم ها

ژ: ژرف بینی برای شکافتن عمق دردها

س: سخاوت برای گشایش کارها

ش: شایستگی برای لبریز شدن در اوج

ص: صداقت برای بقای دوستی

ض: ضمانت برای پایبندی به عهد

ط: طاقت برای تحمل شکست

ظ: ظرافت برای دیدن حقیقت پوشیده در صدف

ع: عطوفت برای غنچه نشکفته باورها

غ: غیرت برای بقای انسانیت

ف: فداکاری برای قلب های دردمند

ق: قدر شناسی برای گفتن ناگفته های دل

ک: کرامت برای نگاهی از سر عشق

گ: گذشت برای پالایش احساس

ل: لیاقت برای تحقق امیدها

م: محبت برای نگاه معصوم یک کودک

ن: نکته بینی برای دیدن نادیده ها

و: واقع گرایی برای دستیابی به کنه هستی

ه: هدفمندی برای تبلور خواسته ها

ی: یکرنگی برای گریز از تجربه دردهای مشترک

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A prefix goes at the beginning of a word. A suffix goes at the end of a word.

A prefix is placed at the beginning of a word to modify or change its meaning. This is a list of the most common prefixes in English, together with their basic meaning and some examples. You can find more detail or precision for each prefix in any good dictionary. The origins of words are extremely complicated. You should use this list as a guide only, to help you understand possible meanings. But be very careful, because often what appears to be a prefix is not a prefix at all. Note also that this list does not include elements like "auto-" or " bio-", because these are "combining forms", not prefixes.





also an-

not, without

atheist, anaemic


to, towards

aside, aback

in the process of, in a particular state

a-hunting, aglow







also abs-

away, from

abdicate, abstract


also a-, ac-, af-, ag- al-, an-, ap-, at- as-, at-

movement to, change into, addition or increase

advance, adulterate, adjunct, ascend, affiliate, affirm, aggravate, alleviate, annotate, apprehend, arrive, assemble, attend


before, preceding

antecedent, ante-room


also ant-

opposing, against, the opposite

anti-aircraft, antibiotic, anticlimax, Antarctic


all over, all around

bespatter, beset


bewitch, bemuse

having, covered with


affect with (added to nouns)


cause to be (added to adjectives)



also co-, col-, con-, cor-

with, jointly, completely

combat, codriver, collude, confide, corrode


against, opposite



opposition, opposite direction

counter-attack, counteract


down, away

descend, despair, depend, deduct


denude, denigrate

removal, reversal

de-ice, decamp


also di-

through, across



also di-

negation, removal, expulsion

disadvantage, dismount, disbud, disbar


also em-

put into or on

engulf, enmesh

bring into the condition of

enlighten, embitter


entangle, enrage


also e-, ef-


exit, exclude, expand


exalt, extol


excruciate, exasperate




outside, beyond






beyond, more than, more than normal

hypersonic, hyperactive



hypodermic, hypothermia


also il-, im-

not, without

infertile, inappropriate, impossible

also il-, im-, ir-

in, into, towards, inside

influence, influx, imbibe



infrared, infrastructure


between, among

interact, interchange


inside, within

intramural, intravenous


absence, negation

non-smoker, non-alcoholic


also oc-, of-, op-

blocking, against, concealing

obstruct, occult, offend, oppose


surpassing, exceeding


external, away from

outbuilding, outboard


excessively, completely

overconfident, overburdened, overjoyed

upper, outer, over, above

overcoat, overcast


round, about



after in time or order



before in time, place, order or importance

pre-adolescent, prelude, precondition


favouring, in support of


acting for


motion forwards or away


before in time, place or order




repaint, reappraise, reawake


half, partly

semicircle, semi-conscious


also suc-, suf-, sug-, sup-, sur-, sus-

at a lower position

submarine, subsoil

lower in rank


nearly, approximately



also sym-

in union, acting together

synchronize, symmetry


across, beyond

transnational, transatlantic

into a different state




ultraviolet, ultrasonic





unacceptable, unreal, unhappy, unmanned

reversal or cancellation of action or state

unplug, unmask


beneath, below

underarm, undercarriage

lower in rank


not enough



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Sociocultural theory
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The ideas of Vygotsky (1978) and related scholars have found many applications in language pedagogy. Vygostky’s sociocultural theory views humans as culturally and historically situated - not as isolated individuals. A key emphasis lies in the ways that we help each other learn, rather than learning on our own. This help can be called scaffolding (the support provided as buildings are being constructed). Scaffolding can be provided to a student by teachers, more capable peers and even by students at or below that student’s current level. When teachers use CL, they seek to enable students to work towards groups in which scaffolding takes place because the members care about each other, have the skills to help one another (see the CL principle collaborative skills) and are involved in tasks they find meaningful (see the CL principal cooperation as a value).

Review of the book Because we can change the world
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Jacobs, G. M. (2000). [Review of the book Because we can change the world: A practical guide to building cooperative, inclusive classroom communities]. KATA, 2(1), 44-46.


Sapon-Shevin, M. (1999). Because we can change the world: A practical guide to building cooperative, inclusive classroom communities. Boston: Allyn and Bacon. Pp. xvii + 262. ISBN: 0-205-17489-2. $30.00.




اضطراب امتحان
نویسنده : غلامعلی عباسی - ساعت ۱:۳٦ ‎ق.ظ روز ۱۳٩۱/٦/٢٦


اضطراب یکی از شایع‌ترین حالات روحی است که تقریباً در همه‌ی انسان‌ها در طول زندگی و به درجات مختلف بروز می‌کند. اضطراب امتحان نیز معمولاً با نزدیک شدن امتحانات در فرد نمایان می‌شود، به طوری که هر کسی در طول زندگی خود حداقل یک بار این احساس را تجربه کرده است. انسان دوست دارد هنگام ارزیابی و نقادی رفتارهایش بوسیله ی دیگران حداکثر امتیاز ممکن را کسب نماید. به همین دلیل هر زمان که در موقعیت امتحان یا آزمونی قرار می‌گیرد دچار اضطراب می‌شود،هر چند موضوع امتحان را بارها و بارها تمرین کرده باشد.

توصیه هایی مهم برای امتحان
نویسنده : غلامعلی عباسی - ساعت ۱:۳٠ ‎ق.ظ روز ۱۳٩۱/٦/٢٦



امتحان معیار ارزشیابی دانسته‌ها و توانایی‌های شماست و شما می‌‌توانید از آن به عنوان ابزاری برای ارزیابی مهارت های یادگیری خود استفاده کنید. اما شرایط فیزیکی و ذهنی وجود دارد که عملکرد شما در حین امتحان را تحت تأثیر قرار می‌‌دهد. بنابراین لازم است پاره ای نکات را هنگام امتحان رعایت کنید.

برای عملکرد بهتر در امتحان توصیه های زیر را بکار بندید:

با آمادگی کامل و به موقع در سر جلسه‌ی امتحان حاضر شوید. وسایل مورد نیاز مثل مداد، خودکار، ماشین حساب، لغت نامه و ساعت را به همراه داشته باشید. با این کار همه چیز در دسترس شما خواهد بود و نیازی به قرض گرفتن وسایل دیگران پیدا نخواهید کرد.

با اطمینان خاطر و آرامش کامل در امتحان شرکت کنید. مثبت اندیشی کنید. همواره این جملات را در ذهن خود تکرار کنید: " من برای امتحان کاملا آماده ام و به خوبی از عهده آن برمی آیم. " نگرانی را از خود دور کنید. هر گاه احساس نگرانی کردید، چند نفس عمیق بکشید تا آرام شوید. قبل از امتحان با دوستانتان راجع به اضطراب و دل‌شوره صحبت نکنید. بهتر است بدانید که نگرانی هم‌چون یک بیماری مسری قابل سرایت به دیگران است.

آرام ولی هوشیار باشید. اگر حق انتخاب دارید، مکان مناسبی را برای نشستن انتخاب کنید. نیمکتی را انتخاب کنید که بر روی آن فضای کافی برای کار داشته باشید. به پشتی نیمکت تکیه دهید و راحت باشید.

در ابتدا نگاهی گذرا به سؤالات بیندازید. حدودا 10% از وقت خود را برای این کار صرف کنید. کلمات کلیدی ( در سؤالات ) را مشخص کنید و برای پاسخ دادن به سؤالات زمان‌بندی کنید. در حالی‌که سؤالات را می‌‌خوانید، نکاتی که به ذهن‌تان می‌‌رسد و می‌‌توانید مفید باشد را در کنار آن‌ها یادداشت کنید.

برای پاسخ‌گویی به سؤالات از یک برنامه منظم پیروی کنید. ابتدا به سؤالات ساده تر پاسخ دهید و بعد به آن‌ها که نمره بیش‌تری دارند. سپس به ترتیب به سوالاتی پاسخ دهید که:

- مشکل تر هستند.

- جواب دادن به آن‌ها وقت بیش‌تری می‌‌گیرد.

- نمره کم‌تری دارند.

در امتحانات تستی برای انتخاب پاسخ درست دقت کنید.

- ابتدا پاسخ‌هایی را که می‌‌دانید اشتباه است، کنار بگذارید.

- اگر تست نمره‌ی منفی ندارد، از بین پاسخ‌های باقی مانده، پاسخ صحیح را انتخاب نمایید و یا حدس بزنید.

- اگر امتحان نمره منفی دارد و شما دلیل خاصی برای انتخاب پاسخ خود ندارید، حدس نزنید.

- شک نکنید، معمولا اولین گزینه ای که انتخاب می‌‌کنید، پاسخ صحیح است. پس پاسخ خود را تغییر ندهید، مگر اینکه واقعا به نتیجه‌ی قطعی رسیده باشید.

در امتحانات تشریحی، قبل از پاسخ دادن به سؤالات خوب فکر کنید.

- ابتدا نکات مهمی را که راجع به سؤالات به دهنتان می‌‌رسد، در چرک نویس یادداشت کنید.

- این نکات را به ترتیب شماره گذاری کنید.

- سپس آن‌ها را تنظیم کرده و پاک‌نویس کنید.

در پاسخ به سؤالات تشریحی، به اصل موضوع بپردازید و حاشیه نروید.

- در جمله‌ی اول موضوع اصلی را بیان کنید.

- مقدمه ای برای آن بنویسید.

- سپس موضوع را با جزئیات بیش‌تری شرح دهید.

- به سؤال توجه کنید و فقط به آنچه از شما خواسته شده پاسخ دهید. از توضیحات غیر ضروری و مثال‌های اضافی بپرهیزید.

10% از وقت امتحان را برای مرور مطالب کنار بگذارید.

- برای ترک کردن جلسه‌ی امتحان عجله نکنید.

- در انتها تمام سؤالات را مرور کنید.

- مطمئن شوید که به تمام سؤالات پاسخ داده اید.

- پاسخ‌ها را یک بار دیگر بخوانید و در صورت لزوم جمله بندی، املای کلمات و … را تصحیح کنید.

وقتی نتیجه‌ی امتحان را گرفتید، آن را بررسی کنید.

- به اشکالات خود توجه کرده و سعی کنید در آن زمینه بیش‌تر مطالعه کنید.

- برای امتحانات آخر سال، سؤالات امتحانات کلاسی را دوره کنید تا اشتباهات گذشته را تکرار نکنید.

- بهترین روش یادگیری را که برای شما مؤثر بوده، انتخاب کنید.

- روش‌هایی که برای شما کارآیی لازم را نداشته، کنار بگذارید.

- سعی کنید بهترین روش را پیدا کرده و بر روی آن تمرین کنید تا به نتیجه‌ی مطلوب برسید.

زمان حال کامل (ماضی نقلی)
نویسنده : غلامعلی عباسی - ساعت ۱:٢٦ ‎ق.ظ روز ۱۳٩۱/٦/٢٦


Present Perfect Tense

طرز ساختن:

اسم مفعول (قسمت سوم فعل اصلی) + have / has + فاعل


موارد استعمال:

1- کاری که در زمان گذشته نامعلوم انجام گرفته است:

He has seen this film.


2- کاری که در گذسته نزدیک انجام گرفته است.در این مورد معمولاً قید just بین فعل معین و اسم مفعول فعل قرار می گیرد:

He has just begun the work.

3- کاری در گرشته به کرات تکرار شده است:

I have read this novel many times.


4- کاری که در گذشته انجام گرفته و اثر آن تا به حال باقی است.در این مورد معمولاً یکی از حروف اضافه since یا for به کار برده می شود:

We have studied English since 1970.


تبصره1_ در مورد فوق گاهی یکی از فعل های زیر به کار برده می شود:

never, ever, always, recently, lately

He has recently been in America.


تبصره2_to be to در ماضی نقلی به معنی رفتن و از جایی دیدن کردن و to be in به معنی اقامت کردن است:

از اصفهان دیدن کرده اند.

They have been to Isfahan.


زمان حال کامل استمراری
نویسنده : غلامعلی عباسی - ساعت ۱:٢۱ ‎ق.ظ روز ۱۳٩۱/٦/٢٦



Present Perfect Continuous Tense

طرز ساختن:

فعل با ing+

+ been


+ فاعل



موارد استعمال:

1- کارهایی که در گذشته آغاز شده و ادامه یافته و تا زمان حال رسیده و ممکن است در آینده نیز ادامه یابد:

He has been reading this novel since yesterday afternoon.


2- گاهی عملی از گذشته آغاز شده و ادامه یافته و به زمان حال می رسد ولی در زمان حال قطع می شود:

I have been written a letter for half an hour.


3- بیان کارهایی که در گذشته ادامه داشته در ضمن بین زمان مورد نظر منقضی نشده است:

We have been doing our homework all this afternoon.

جمـلاتی الـهام بخـش برای زنـدگی 6
نویسنده : غلامعلی عباسی - ساعت ۱٢:۳٧ ‎ق.ظ روز ۱۳٩۱/٦/٢٦