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کتاب صوتی ۴۰۰۰iEssential English Words شامل مجموعه ای از رایج ترین لغات زبان انگلیسی بوده که به منظور آشنایی زبان آموزان با کلمات رایج زبان انگلیسی منتشر شده است. این کتاب دارای ۶ مجموعه است که پس از قرار گرفتن نسخه های شماره ۱ , ۲ , ۳ , ۴ و ۵ آن در سایت امروز نسخه شماره ۶ این مجموعه برای دانلود شما کاربران محترم قرار داده ایم. همچنین لازم به ذکر است که لغات موجود در این کتاب ها بر پایه مطالعات دقیق انتخاب شده و تقریبا ۹۵ درصد از مکالمات عادی زبان انگلیسی را پوشش میدهند. توجه داشته باشید که این ۶ مجموعه به صورت کتاب های صوتی می باشد و به صورت یک کتاب الکترونیکی با فرمت PDF نبوده در واقع به شکل کلاسیک کتابهای لغت تنظیم گردیده که طی آن پس تلفظ کلمه معنی آن و در برخی موارد مثالها و تمرین هایی از کاربرد آن گفته خواهد شد.
- Intonation - Intonation is the rising and falling sounds of the voice when speaking.
- Intonation (Part 2) - Phrasing - In addition to the intonation of a statement, there is another aspect of speech that indicates meaning -- phrasing.
- Intonation (Part 3) - Contrast - Once the intonation of new information is established, you'll soon notice that there is a pattern that breaks that flow. When you want to emphasize one thing over another, you reflect this contrast with pitch change.
- Intonation (Part 4) - In any language, there are areas of overlap, where one category has a great deal in common with a different category. In this case, intonation and pronunciation have two areas of overlap.
- Intonation (Part 5) - Mood and personality is an extremely important aspect of intonation, as it goes beyond what you are trying to say--it dictates how your listener will relate to you as an individual
- Liaisons (Part 1) - In American English, words are not pronounced one by one. Usually, the end of one word attaches to the beginning of the next word. This is also true for initials, numbers, and spelling.
- Linking Words Together - When you learn English by reading (as most people do) you tend to speak it word by word. But real English is connected together and pronounced sound by sound.
- Linking Words Together (Part 2) - When you learn English by reading (as most people do) you tend to speak it word by word. But real English is connected together and pronounced sound by sound.
- Liaisons (Part 4) - When the letter or sound of T, D, S or Z is followed by a word that starts with Y, or its sound, both sounds are connected.
- Using æ, ä and uh - Learn how to pronounce the common sounds æ, ä and uh
- Silent or Neutral? - The schwa is a neutral sound, (no distinctive characteristics), but it is the most common sound in the English language.
- Pronunciation of - The American T is influenced very strongly by intonation and its position in a word or phrase. It can be a little tricky if you try to base your pronunciation on spelling alone.
- Pronouncing Contractions - Many people who speak English as a second language feel uncomfortable making contractions. But to really sound natural in English, it's important to say these words correctly.
- Pronouncing -ed at the ends of words - There are 3 ways to pronounce the final -ed in a word. /id/, /d/, and /t/
- Homonyms and similar sounding words - Homonyms are two words that sound like each other but have different meanings. Many people make mistakes with them. Here are some common homonyms...
- Learn ESL Pronunciation - English pronunciation can be tricky indeed—but there are numerous ways to practice and numerous resources to help guide you
- Using the Conditional (part 1) - We use the conditional to show a possible situation based on another situation. For example: If A happens, then B will happen.
- More on using 'The' - Here's some specific about how to use the word 'the'.
- Using the Past Continuous with the Simple Past Tense - Past continuous tenses are used to show something that happened in the past and continued for a while.
- Have you ever...? - Ever means from the time you were born until now. Except for rare exceptions, it can only be used in questions and to answers with a no.
- Using have to, supposed to, and ought to - Learn when to use "have to", "supposed to" and "ought to".
- Reported Speech (Part 1) - Learn how to use Reported Speech - Reported Speech is used to tell or report what someone has said.
- Reported Speech (Part 2) - Learn how to use reported speech in part two of our lesson.
- Reflexive Pronouns - Learn how to use reflexive pronouns such as: myself, yourself, herself, himself, itself, ourselves, yourselves, and themselves.
- Using because to connect sentences - Learn how to use the word 'Because' to connect two sentences together.
- Using Parallel Verbs - When speaking and writing in English, we sometimes use more than one verb to describe what is happening. Learn how to use Parallel Verbs
- Using wish to talk about the past - Learn how to use the word 'wish' when talking about the past.
- Past Participles - Past Participles show something that started in the past, but continues until now. Learn how to use Past Participles.
- Very vs. Too - Learn what the difference between Very and Too are, and when to use them.
- Using must as a conclusion - Learn how to use the word 'Must' to show necessity in a sentence.
- Using wish in the present tense - Learn how to use 'wish' in the present tense. When you say "I wish..." you are talking about something that you want but probably will not happen.
- The Present Perfect Progressive Tense - The Present Perfect Progressive Tense talks about how long you have been doing something you started in the past and still continue now.
- Using Since and For - Learn what the differences are between 'Since' and 'For' and when they should be used.
- Using the Present Perfect Tense - Learn how to use the Present Perfect Tense to talk about a something that started in the past and continued until now.
- Use to/ Used to - There is a little confusion on how to use the words use to and used to. One reason for the confusion is that it is sometimes used as a verb, and sometimes used as an adjective.
- In, At, On + Time or Date - Do you know which preposition to use before times, days, months and years? Here is a reminder...
- Simple Past vs. Past Progressive Tense - Learn when it's appropriate to use Simple Past Tense versus Past Progressive Tense.
- Using either, neither and too - Learn when you should use the word 'either', 'neither', or 'too'.
- Simple Present vs. Present Continuous - Learn when you should use Simple Present Tense vs. Present Continuous Tense.
- Tag Questions - Tag questions are questions that are put at the end of a statement to elicit a response from the listener.
- It's and Its - Misusing the words "it's" and "its" is a common problem. Learn what the difference is and when each should be used.
- Hear and Listen to - Learn what the difference between 'hear' and 'listen to' are, and when they should be used.
- See, Look at, and Watch - Learn what the differences are between 'see', 'look at' and 'watch' and when they each should be used.
- Confused about confusing language? - Learn when you should use the word 'confused', or the word 'confusing'. You won't be confused any more!
- Irregular Past Tense Verbs -
- Go + noun - How to use the word 'go' in conjunction with a noun in a sentence.
- Learn Basic English Grammar - You can learn basic English grammar online for free!
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Language is the most important expression. How many of us can truly express ourselves in the language we know or like? Common mistakes command more than the correct form of language. English being the most common language, ironically has the most common mistakes leading to broken English. But no more, as one can learn and master the language, and develop fluency as consistent as a flowing river.
The following steps will help you attain fluency in English:
- Root Words from Tele and Phone - Learn what words can be create from the prefix Tele and the suffix Phone.
- Prefixes using pre-, re-, and sub- - Learn about the words that can be created from the prefixes pre-, re- and sub-.
- Some root words + ~cide - An explanation of the -cide suffix and words that can be created from it.
- Unicycle, Bicycle, Tricycle, and more - Learn about the prefixes uni-, bi-, tri-, quad-, quint- and more.
- Caring Vocabulary - Learn vocabulary relating to the word 'Care'.
- Professional Relationship Vocabulary - Learn vocabulary to describe professional relationships.
- Marry/ Get Married/ Be Married - Confused how to use the words Marry / Get Married / Be Married? Our guide can help.
- Using Die, Died and Dead - Learn how to use the words Die, Died and Dead correctly in a sentence.
- American Words/ British Words - Learn the differences between common American and British words.
- Languages and Nationalities - A listing of countries, the term people from that country are referred to as, and the language spoken.
- Words with Bulb and Knob - Some vocabulary words containing the words 'bulb' and 'knob'.
- Go, do, or play sports? - How do you know when to use go, do, or play when you talk about sports? Are these sentences correct? Look at them and try to guess.
- English Vocabulary Lessons - How to develop your knowledge of English vocabulary.
One mistake that people often make is putting in effort to study grammar rather than conversational English. In order to become a good English speaker, remember to focus on actually conversing rather than just memorizing grammatical rules. To speak good English you need to focus on conversing!
Also remember to LISTEN! Sometimes, you can begin to understand other people before actually being able to speak fluently yourself. This is a step in the right direction. Being able to understand others will help in forming conversation yourself. Be sure to completely immerse yourself in the language. If you continue to limit yourself to social circles that do not speak English, it will make fluency that much more difficult. By submerging yourself in the language you will be forced to learn and use the English language.
Another tip is to not translate each and every word or phrase that you hear. Often you will misunderstand the topic of conversation by taking the most literal translation of each phrase. As in every language, English speakers often revert to slang and cliches. Don't be afraid to ask what these mean, by understanding these phrases you will be that much closer to fluency and on your way to being able to speak correct English.
Most importantly, remember that all the listening and reading in the world will not make you a better speaker. Many people are intimidated at first when they try to jump into conversation, but it is the only way to improve your fluency and speak fluent English. Don't be afraid! People will be more impressed at your ability to speak a second language than your accent or mispronunciation of words.
Use any resources you can to better your English language skills. Doing research online and in your local library will help to strengthen your fluency, but nothing is better than getting out into the world and putting all you have learned to good use!
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