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دانلود کتاب The Practical Writer with Readings

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این فایل شامل درسهای زیر می باشد، برای دانلود فایل صوتی هرکدام از درسها روی همان درس کلیک کنید:

1.The Kitten by Richard Wright

2.Little Girls Wiser Than Old Men

3.Old Man at the Bridge

4.The Flying Machine

5.The Story of an Hour

6.The Open Window

7.Misery

9.Sredni Vashtar

10.War

11.After Twenty Years

12.The Doll's house

15.The Sniper

17.TheTell-tale Heart

18.The Bet

19.Luck

البته ممکن است فایل صوتی به صورت کلمه به کلمه منطبق با کتاب درسی نباشد. اما داشتن این فایل ها مفید است و آن را به شما توصیه می کنم.

 


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The 20 Vocalic and Diphthongal Sounds

ɑ:  æ         e         ɪ   i:   ɪə   ɒ   əʊ   ɔ:   ɔɪ   ʊ   u:   ʊə   ɜ:   ʌ  ə

 

SoundMnemonicListen
/ ɑ: / Famous stars smoke cigars in cars and bars. Play MP3!
/ æ / That fat cat sat on a rat. Now it's flat as a mat! Play MP3!
/ aɪ / Mike likes bikes with spikes to ride on ice. Play MP3!
/ aʊ I doubt he'll clout the lout who stole his trout. He'll shouout loud! Play MP3!
/ e / The clever never ever say "Never ever!". Play MP3!
/ eɪ / If there's a delay, they pay to stay another day. Play MP3!
/ eə / They dare to stare at fair hair because it's rare there. Play MP3!
/ ɪ / If the stick isn't thick, you'll spliit when you hiit. Play MP3!
/ i: / Don't freeze the cheese, please, Louise. Play MP3!
/ ɪə / It's clear the beer is dear here. Play MP3!
/ ɒ / Doctor Oscar often operates oopposition politicians. Play MP3!
/ əʊ / Joan won't go home to Rome by boat alone.   Play MP3!
/ ɔ: / She caught her daughter in the water with a naughty boy. Play MP3!
/ ɔɪ / The noise from Roy's toys annoys other boys. Play MP3!
/ ʊ / The cook shook when he took a look at the cook book. Play MP3!
/ u: / Whose two new blue shoes did Sue lose? Play MP3!
/ ʊə / If the water on the tour isn't pure, you can't be sure there'll be a cure. Play MP3!
/ ɜ: / Bert wasn't hurt but got dirt on his shirt.   Play MP3!
/ ʌ  / If Mother had another brother, I'd have another uncle.   Play MP3!
/ ə / A moment ago he announced a new address. Play MP3!

 

 

The 24 Consonantal Sounds

b  p   d   t      tʃ   ð   θ   v   f   g   k   z   s   ʒ   ʃ   h   j   l   m   n   ŋ   r  w

 

SoundMnemonicListen
/ b / Barry's barrel of beer was a better buy than Bob's bargain bottles.   Play MP3!
/ p / Pete persuaded Pam to pick up Paula's parcel at the post office. Play MP3!
/ d / Dad does detest dealing with dogs' droppings in the driveway.   Play MP3!
/ t / Toddlers' toilet training takes time. Play MP3!
/ dʒ / Jolting gelignite is generally jolly dangerous! Play MP3!
/ tʃ  / Charles said cherries, cheese and chocolate are cheap in China. Play MP3!
/ ð / It's the weather there that bothers them.   Play MP3!
/ θ / thirsty thief thanked Theo for his thermos. Play MP3!
/ v / Vera values the variety of vitamins in vegetables. Play MP3!
/ f / Inefficient farmers fear future foreign food imports.   Play MP3!
/ g / The giggling girls gradually got a grip on themselves.   Play MP3!
/ k / Cairo kids quickly catch colds in Canada. Play MP3!
/ z / The zippy Zaire zebra zigzagged through the Zurich zoo. Play MP3!
/ s / Super salesmen soon succeed in selling something. Play MP3!
/ ʒ / We should treasure leisure for its immeasurable pleasure! Play MP3!
/ ʃ  / Shshowed the shshogun a Shinto shrine.   Play MP3!
/ h / When Helen had Harry, her husband hurried her to hospital.   Play MP3!
/ j / You used your yellow uniform yesterday.   Play MP3!
/ l / Larry lured lots of lovely ladies to his lair. Play MP3!
/ m / Most managers make much more money than me.   Play MP3!
/ n / I'll naturally never know Naples like my Neapolitan neighbour.   Play MP3!
/ ŋ / Karaoke king Bing sang a long song in Hong Kong. Play MP3!
/ r / Ronald Reagan wrecked his red Rolls Royce. Play MP3!
/ w / We await snowwinter weather without warm winds.   Play MP3!
 

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Form

auxiliary verb + subject

  1. We use the same auxiliary verb in the tag as in the main sentence. If there is no auxiliary verb, we use do.
    • You live in Spain, don't you?
  2. If the auxiliary verb in the sentence is affirmative, the tag is negative.
    • You're Spanish, aren't you?
  3. If the auxiliary verb in the sentence is negative, the tag is affirmative.
    • You're not Spanish, are you?

Meaning

  1. We use tag questions to confirm or check information or ask for agreement.
    • You want to come with me, don't you?
    • You can swim, can't you?
    • You don't know where the boss is, do you?
    • This meal is horrible, isn't it?
    • That film was fantastic, wasn't it?
  2. We use tag questions to check whether something is true.
    • The meeting's tomorrow at 9am, isn't it?
    • You won't go without me, will you?

Additional points

  1. In the present tense if the subject is I, the auxiliary changes to are or aren't.
    • I'm sitting next to you, aren't I?
  2. With let's, the tag question is shall we.
    • Let's go to the beach, shall we?
  3. With an imperative, the tag question is will you.
    • Close the window, will you?
  4. We use an affirmative tag question after a sentence containing a negative word such as never, hardly, nobody.
    • Nobody lives in this house, do they?
    • You've never liked me, have you?
  5. When the subject is nothing, we use it in the tag question.
    • Nothing bad happened, did it?
  6. When the subject is nobody, somebody, everybody, no one, someone, or everyone, we use they in the tag.
    • Nobody asked for me, did they?
  7. If the main verb in the sentence is have (not an auxiliary verb), it is more common to use do in the tag question.
    • You have a Ferrari, don't you?
  8. With used to, we use didn't in the tag.
    • You used to work here, didn't you?
  9. We can use affirmative tag questions after affirmative sentences to express a reaction such as surprise or interest.
    • You're moving to Brazil, are you?

Pronunciation

  1. If we don't know the answer, it is a real question and we use a rising intonation with the tag question.
    • You don't know where the boss is, do you?
  2. If we know the answer and are just confirming the information we use a falling intonation with the tag question.
    • That film was fantastic, wasn't it?


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