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جمعه 22 / 3 / 1398برچسب:, :: 4:46 PM ::  نويسنده : ARMINK211

The memory problem

A woman  had  a memory problem.so she went to a doctor . Doctor”the woman said “I have a memory problem.I park my car somewhere and I can’t find it.

I put my baby somewhere and I can’t find him.

“Hmmmm,”The doctor said.This is serious .Tell me more about your problem.

“problem?”the woman said. What problem?


شنبه 4 / 6 / 1394برچسب:, :: 10:18 PM ::  نويسنده : ARMINK211
springtime on the menu          
It was a march day on Manhatan and Sara was crying over her menu.perhaps you think thatshe was sad because she was eating carefully  and didn't want to see ice cream on the menu,well.  you're rong.   Sara was sitting at her desk with  a typewriter in front of her.she worked at home -typing things for people. Her best job was workins for Schulenberg's restaurant.this stood next  to the house were she had a room. When she ate there one winter evening she noticed the writing on the menu card was realy difficult to understand. That night she typed out the menu and the next day she showed it to mr Schulenberg. 
He at wance gave her the job of typing out menus for his restaurant every day.For this work mr Schulenberg agreed to pay sara in food.
After that a waiter took threemeals every day to sarah's room together with the new menu of the day in pencil for sarah to type.Now it was an afternon in March-springtime but the  weather was still as cool as winter,and sarah felt sad. she looked outof her window at the factory opposite.but she didn't realy see it.She was remembering her

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دو شنبه 25 / 3 / 1392برچسب:, :: 10:45 PM ::  نويسنده : ARMINK211

"Stories of Other Worlds" Book/CD-Rom Pack: Level 2

by H.G Wells

A mountain climber, high in The Andes, falls into a strange valley. In London a man is looking for a green door. A third man tries to help an unhappy ghost. Each of these exciting stories shows us two very different worlds. But which is better? And can we be happier in another world?

جمعه 22 / 3 / 1392برچسب:, :: 4:11 PM ::  نويسنده : ARMINK211



The free Emma notes include comprehensive information and analysis to help you understand the book. These free notes consist of about 101 pages (30,030 words) and contain the following sections:

Emma Plot Summary

After her beloved governess, Miss Taylor, leaves Hartsfield to become Mrs. Weston, Emma Woodhouse finds herself in need of a friend. The answer is Harriet Smith, a girl of questionable origins whom Emma decides to improve. First she convinces Harriet to refuse a marriage proposal from Mr. Martin, a farmer. Imagining Harriet to be too respectable and genteel for such a man, Emma chooses for her Mr. Elton, the town preacher. Mr. Knightley, an old family friend, .........




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سه شنبه 15 / 2 / 1392برچسب:, :: 7:17 PM ::  نويسنده : ARMINK211

The Ancient Egypt Site (main.gif - 14.4 Kb)

The more than 3000  year long history of Ancient Egypt has been divided into 8 or 9 periods, sometimes called Kingdoms. This modern-day division is somewhat arbitrarily based on the country's unity and wealth and the power of the central government. The Ancient Egyptians themselves did not group their rulers according to such criteria. They rather seem to have developed the notion of dynasties throughout their history. The palermo stone simply lists the kings one after the other, without any apparent need of grouping them. The turin kinglist, which is more recent, has grouped the kings according to their descendance or origin. Thus, Amenemhat I and his descendants, are described as the kings of Itj-Tawi, the capital whence they ruled. We owe the division into 30 dynasties as we use it now to manetho, an Egyptian priest who lived at the beginning of the Ptolemaic Era. In many cases, however, it is not clear why Manetho has grouped some kings into one dynasty and other kings into another. The 18th Dynasty, for instance, starts with Ahmose, a brother of the last king in Manetho's 17th Dynasty. Theoritically, Ahmose and Kamose should thus have been grouped in the same dynasty. Thutmosis I, on the other hand, does not appear to have been related to his predecessor, Amenhotep I, but still both kings are grouped in the 18th Dynasty.

Some Egyptologists have attempted to abandon the notions of Kingdoms and dynasties, but for the sake of conformity with most publications dealing with Ancient Egypt, this site will continue using both notions. Visitors may, however, notice that the timeline below and the timescale used throughout The Ancient Egypt Site may be somewhat different from some of the other books or web-sites they have consulted.

Visitors should also be aware that, as is the case with any publication dealing with Ancient Egypt, dates are approximations and should not be taken literally. In many cases it is not known just how long a king may have ruled. Comparing different publications on the hisory and chronology of Ancient Egypt, visitors may notice that one king may be credited with a fairly short reign in one publication and a fairly long in another. This impacts the absolute chronology, that is to say, Egyptian history using our year numbering.

In The Ancient Egypt Site, some dates will be proposed but again, they should only be seen as approximations and not as absolutes. A discussion on the length of the reign of a king may follow and this discussion may show the likelihood that this king reigned longer or shorter than the dates linked to his reign.

It can thus not be stressed enough that the provided dates are just a frame of reference helping readers to gain insight in the sequence of events and occurences and to have an approximate idea of the age of certain monuments and artefacts.



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جمعه 2 / 12 / 1391برچسب:, :: 5:25 PM ::  نويسنده : ARMINK211


A son and his father were walking on the mountains. Suddenly, his son falls, hurts himself and screams: "AAAhhhhhhhhhhh!!!"

To his surprise, he hears the voice repeating, somewhere in the mountain: "AAAhhhhhhhhhhh!!!"

Curious, he yells: "Who are you?" He receives the answer: "Who are you?" And then he screams to the mountain: "I admire you!" The voice answers: "I admire you!" angered at the response, he screams: "coward!" He receives the answer: "Coward!"

He looks to his father and asks: "What's going on?" The father smiles and says: "My son, pay attention." Again the man screams: "You are a champion!" The voice answers: "You are a champion!"

The boy is surprised, but does not understand.

Then the father explains: "People call this ECHO, but really this is LIFE. It gives you back everything you said or did. Our life is simply a reflection of our actions. If you want more love in the world, create more love in your heart.

If you want more competence in your team, improve your competence. This relationship applies to everything, in all aspects of life; Life will give you back everything you have given to it.



Learning Part

Scream = Make a loud and sharp vioce

Anger = Noun for angry. Strong displeasure feeling

Coward = Person who fear to face the truth

Reflection = Consequence

Competence = Ability

Coincidence = An event that although accidental seems to be planned or arranged


جمعه 2 / 12 / 1391برچسب:, :: 5:19 PM ::  نويسنده : ARMINK211

The word O.K. was firstly used in 1838 by Boston newspaper.

They tried to come up with the way to make the journal more interesting by using acronyms such as I.D.N (I don't know).

The acronym was getting distorted from time to time and one of them is O.W. which stands for All right because the pronounciation is similar to Oll Wright as well as O.K. which stands for All Correct because the pronunciation is similar to Oll Korrect.


However, the O.K. would have been forgotten over time had it not been used in the campaign for U.S. President of Martin Van Buren.

The O.K. Club was es to support Van Buren in the election. This O.K. stands for Old Kinderhook which is his hometown. Even though he lost the election it brought a big popularity to the word O.K.

The popularity of O.K. is widesperad and continue until present.

Learning Part

The author plays with the word "berg"

Acronym = Words formed from initial letters of a name/ word.

Pronunciation = The way to speak words

Election = The right or ability to make a chioce (vote)

Establish = Set up


سه شنبه 22 / 11 / 1391برچسب:, :: 2:46 PM ::  نويسنده : ARMINK211

The Music on the Hill by Saki                             
Sylvia Seltoun ate her breakfast in the morning-room at Yessney with a pleasant sense of ultimate victory, such as a fervent Ironside might have permitted himself on the morrow of Worcester fight. She was scarcely pugnacious by temperament, but belonged to that more successful class of fighters who are pugnacious by circumstance. Fate had willed that her life should be occupied with a series of small struggles, usually with the odds slightly against her, and usually she had just managed to come through winning. And now she felt that she had brought her hardest and certainly her most important struggle to a successful issue. To have married Mortimer Seltoun, "Dead Mortimer" as his more intimate enemies called him, in the teeth 



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سه شنبه 1 / 11 / 1391برچسب:, :: 7:9 PM ::  نويسنده : ARMINK211



Attic People store things in the attic.
Ballroom A room in stately homes where rich people dance and concerts are held.
Box Room A small room used for storage.
Cellar Underneath the house.
Cloakroom A small room where people put their coats.
Conservatory A greenhouse attached to a house for the display of plants.
Dining Room A room where people eat (see eating at home).
Drawing Room A room in stately homes where rich people entertain.
Games Room A room in large houses where games are played.
Hall The entrance passage to a house.
Larder A small room used for the storage of food.
Library A room where books are kept.
Lounge Another name for living room.
Music Room A room where people play music.
Office A room where people work.
Pantry A small room used to store kitchen and dining items.
Parlour Old fashioned word for living room.
Sitting Room Another name for living room.
Spare Room/
Guest Room
A room where guests sleep.
Toilet A room where people go to the toilet (often known as WC)
Utility Room A room where appliances such as washing machines are used.

پنج شنبه 17 / 10 / 1391برچسب:, :: 3:5 PM ::  نويسنده : ARMINK211



. Normal verb can immedietly put s --

  1. stand / stands
  2. walk/ walks

2. Verb which ends with O, SS, X, Z, CH, SH uses es

  1. Go / Goes
  2. Boss / Bosses
  3. Six / Sixes
  4. Buzz / Buzzes
  5. Reach / Reaches
  6. Clash / Clashes


3. Verb which ends with Y changes Y to I and put es

  1. Fly / Flies
  2. Story / Stories

3.1 If the verb which ends with Y has A, E, I, O, U before Y, put only S (not ES

  1. Buy / Buys
  2. Play / Plays




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