فایل صوتی آموزش اصلاحات ویژه سفر

فایل صوتی آموزش اصلاحات ویژه سفر

با سلام خدمت همراهان همیشگی وب سایت موسسه زبان فرساد امروز همراه ما باشید با فایل صوتی آموزش اصلاحات ویژه سفر.
در این فایل صوتی ، گوینده اصطلاحاتی که ممکن است در طول سفر به درد شما بخورد را به شما معرفی میکند. در ابتدا داستانی را تعریف میکند که متن ان اورده شده است و سپس به بررسی اصطلاحات جدید ان میپردازد.

 

On Holiday
Story
Addison
When I got to Thailand I was pleasantly surprised to see that my
accommodations were phenomenal. It was a definitely not a scam or a
rip-off. I got a bargain for sure. I was staying for a month in the same
spot and checked-in to the hotel and settled in. I didn’t need to take a
nap or anything as I was still in the same time zone and had no jet lag
obviously. I decided I should probably just go to the beach and try and
get some sort of a tan slowly so I wouldn’tlook like a lobster. I went
for a walk along the beach and couldn’t help but eve’s drop some
conversations. Most of the people here were from all over asia. I had
decided to jump in to a conversation with some Chinese people. They
were shocked that I knew any Chinese. Although, they quickly found
out that it wasn’t so hot, but still invited me to have dinner with them
later that night.
Key vocabulary and phrases that are discussed in the podcast:
Accommodations – where you are staying or the kind of place it is. Ex. Hotel, apartment, house.
phenomenal – exceptionally great or excellent
rip-off – to participate in a scam. To get swindled or deceived and lose money or get a
bad deal on something.
Bargain – to get a great deal or buy something at a cheaper price than it is worth
settled in – put your things away where you want them to go in your place and have
everything where you want it to be
time zone – any of the 24 areas or regions in the world which have the same standard
time
jet lag – the feeling of not being used to a new time zone because of your flight
tan – the colouring of skin due to exposure to the sun
look like a lobster – if you get a sunburn sometimes people might say you look like a
lobster because of your red colour
couldn’t help but – an uncontrollable force to do something or behave in some way.
eve’s drop – listen to someone else’s conversation without them knowing or their
approval
jump in – get involved and start talking with the other people that were already having a
conversation

wasn’t so hot – not good at something. here the person wasn’t good at speaking Chinese

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با سلام خدمت همراهان همیشگی موسسه فرساد امروز همراه ما باشید با فایل صوتی مکالمه (موضوع خود بزرگ بینی) .

امروز فایل صوتی که برایتان در نظر گرفته ایم در رابطه با دو اصطلاح رایج و پرکاربرد امریکایی است که برای کسانی به کار میرود که دچار خود بزرگ بینی میباشند. به فایل صوتی دفعه اول بدون نگاه کردن به متن گوش دهید . برای بار دوم از روی متن خط ببرید، سپس کلمات و اصلاحات جدید را پیدا کرده و بخاطر بسپارید و برای دفعه سوم بدون دیدن متن گوش دهید.

 

Now, the VOA Special English program Words and Their Stories

Some expressions describe people who are important — or who at least think they are. One such expression is bigwig

In the 17th century, important men in Europe began to wear false hair, called wigs. As years passed, wigs began to get bigger. The size of a man’s wig depended on how important he was. The more important he was — or thought he was — the bigger the wig he wore. Some wigs were so large they covered a man’s shoulders or back

Today, the expression “bigwig” is used to make fun of a person who feels important. People never tell someone he is a bigwig. They only use the expression behind his back

“Big wheel” is another way to describe an important person. A big wheel may be the head of a company, a political leader, a famous movie star. They are big wheels because they are powerful. What they do affects many people. Big wheels give the orders. Other people carry them out. As in many machines, a big wheel makes the little wheels turn

Big wheel became a popular expression after World War II. It probably comes from an expression used for many years by people who fix parts of cars and trucks. They said a person “rolled a big wheel” if he was important and had influence

The top of something is the highest part. So it is not surprising that top is part of another expression that describes an important person. The expression is top banana. A “top banana” is the leading person in a comedy show. The funniest comedian is called “the top banana.” The next is “second banana.” And so on

Why a banana? A comedy act in earlier days often included a part where one of the comedians would hit the others over the head with a soft object. The object was shaped like the yellow fruit: the banana

Top banana still is used mainly in show business. Yet the expression can also be used to describe the top person in any area

A “kingpin” is another word for an important person. The expression comes from the game of bowling. The kingpin is the number one pin. If hit correctly with the bowling ball, the kingpin will make all the other nine pins fall. And that is the object of the game

So, the most important person in a project or business is the kingpin. If the kingpin is removed, the business or project is likely to fail

Kingpin is often used to describe an important criminal, or the leader of a criminal gang. A newspaper may report, for example, that “police have arrested the suspected kingpin of a car-stealing operation.”

This VOA Special English program Words and Their Stories was written by Marilyn Christiano

I’m Warren Scheer

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