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 اسهل طريقه لاتقان اللغه الانجليزيه

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مُساهمةموضوع: اسهل طريقه لاتقان اللغه الانجليزيه    الأحد يناير 09, 2011 8:08 am

انا باخد كرس انجلش فى معهد القوات المسلحه
للغات كنت بقابل مشكله فى درستى للمعهد وهى ان مافيش سيديهات ليسن فى
المعهد يعنى المناهج البلازما اللى منزلها مافيش سديهات سمعيه معها ودى
كانت مشكله كبيره وكتير بيعانو منها فى المعهد ده واكيد لو فى حد بيدرس فى
المعهد عارف كده كويس.
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احسن.
كل واحد مننا اكيد معاه موبيل بكارت ميمورى انا حطيت الملفات ديه عندى على
الموبيل ومعايا الهاندفرى بسمعها دايما وانا رايح الشغل وانا جاى من الشغل
اى وقت فراغ منه تسليه ومنه تعلم وطبعا الكلمات الصعبه اللى بتقابلنى بجيب
ملف الورد بتاع القصه او المقاله واترجمه على القاموس وديه طبعا زودتنى
بمفردات كتير ومعانى جديده .
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medical terms
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Now, the VOA Special English program, WORDS AND THEIR STORIES.
(MUSIC)
Many professions have their own words and expressions. This is true for
the medical profession. Doctors use many technical terms that most
people do not understand. But there are also expressions we use every
day to tell about a person’s health. Let me explain.
Last month, I was not feeling well. I was under the weather. I thought I
had caught a cold. I had a runny nose, itchy eyes, a sore throat and a
cough. I felt tired and run down. I was in poor condition because I had
not been getting enough rest.
My body hurt all over. I also had severe head pains -- a real splitting
headache. And I was running a fever. My body temperature was higher than
normal.
At one point, I blacked out. That’s right, I was out cold. I lost
consciousness and my friend had to bring me around. He used cold water
on my face to restore my consciousness.
I grew concerned that I might take a turn for the worse. I did not want
to become sicker because then surely I would be at death’s door.
My friend took me to the doctor. I told the doctor I thought I had come
down with a cold. When the doctor saw me, she immediately wanted to run
some tests. She said that medical tests would help her discover why I
was sick. The doctor also asked when I had my last physical. I do not
get yearly check-ups. But I probably should get a medical exam by a
doctor every year.
Then the nurse drew my blood. She used a needle to take a small amount
of blood from my arm. She sent it to a laboratory for tests. The nurse
also took my temperature. She used a thermometer to measure my body
temperature.
The doctor told me I had influenza, or the flu. But she told me I would
recover soon. She said I was over the worst of the disease. She told me
to rest at home and to stay away from other people because the flu can
spread. It is contagious.
Thankfully, I did not have to go under the knife. I did not need an
operation. Instead, I did just what the doctor ordered. I went home and
did exactly what was needed to become healthy again. Soon, I was on the
mend. I was pulling through and recovering from my sickness.
Now, I am back on my feet. I am physically healthy again. Even better,
the doctor has given me a clean bill of health. She says that I am
one-hundred percent cured. I am back to normal and I feel great. In
fact, I feel on top of the world. My friends say I now look like the
picture of health.
(MUSIC)
This VOA Special English program, WORDS AND THEIR STORIES, was written by Jill Moss. I’m Faith Lapidus www.voeenglish.blogspot.com






green
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Now, the VOA Special English program, WORDS AND THEIR STORIES.
(MUSIC)
Green is an important color in nature. It is the color of grass and the
leaves on trees. It is also the color of most growing plants.
Sometimes, the word green means young, fresh and growing. Sometimes, it describes something that is not yet ripe or finished.
For example, a greenhorn is someone who has no experience, who is new to
a situation. In the fifteenth century, a greenhorn was a young cow or
ox whose horns had not yet developed. A century or so later, a greenhorn
was a soldier who had not yet had any experience in battle. By the
eighteenth century, a greenhorn had the meaning it has today - a person
who is new in a job.
About one hundred years ago, greenhorn was a popular expression in the
American west. Old-timers used it to describe a man who had just arrived
from one of the big cities back east. The greenhorn lacked the skills
he would need to live in the hard, rough country.
Someone who has the ability to grow plants well is said to have a green
thumb. The expression comes from the early nineteen hundreds.
A person with a green thumb seems to have a magic touch that makes
plants grow quickly and well. You might say that the woman next door has
a green thumb if her garden continues to grow long after your plants
have died.
The Green Revolution is the name given some years ago to the development
of new kinds of rice and other grains. The new plants produced much
larger crops. The Green Revolution was the result of hard work by
agricultural scientists who had green thumbs.
Green is also the color used to describe the powerful emotion, jealousy.
The green-eyed monster is not a frightening creature from outer space.
It is an expression used about four hundred years ago by British writer
William Shakespeare in his play "Othello."
It describes the unpleasant feeling a person has when someone has
something he wants. A young man may suffer from the green-eyed monster
if his girlfriend begins going out with someone else. Or, that
green-eyed monster may affect your friend if you get a pay raise and she
does not.
In most places in the world, a green light is a sign to move ahead. A
green light on a traffic signal means your car can continue on. In
everyday speech, a green light means approval to continue with a
project. We want you to know we have a green light to continue this
series next week.
(MUSIC)
This VOA Special English program, WORDS AND THEIR STORIES, was written by Marilyn Christiano. I'm Warren Scheer www.voeenglish.blogspot.com





colors
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Now, the VOA Special English program, Words and Their Stories.
(MUSIC)
Every people has its own way of saying things, its own special
expressions. Many everyday American expressions are based on colors.
Red is a hot color. Americans often use it to express heat. They may say
they are red hot about something unfair. When they are red hot they are
very angry about something. The small hot tasting peppers found in many
Mexican foods are called red hots for their color and their fiery
taste. Fast loud music is popular with many people. They may say the
music is red hot, especially the kind called Dixieland jazz.
Pink is a lighter kind of red. People sometimes say they are in the pink
when they are in good health. The expression was first used in America
at the beginning of the twentieth century. It probably comes from the
fact that many babies are born with a nice pink color that shows that
they are in good health.
Blue is a cool color. The traditional blues music in the United States
is the opposite of red hot music. Blues is slow, sad and soulful. Duke
Ellington and his orchestra recorded a famous song – Mood Indigo – about
the deep blue color, indigo. In the words of the song: “You ain’t been
blue till you’ve had that Mood Indigo.” Someone who is blue is very sad.
The color green is natural for trees and grass. But it is an unnatural
color for humans. A person who has a sick feeling stomach may say she
feels a little green. A passenger on a boat who is feeling very sick
from high waves may look very green.
Sometimes a person may be upset because he does not have something as
nice as a friend has, like a fast new car. That person may say he is
green with envy. Some people are green with envy because a friend has
more dollars or greenbacks. Dollars are called greenbacks because that
is the color of the back side of the paper money.
The color black is used often in expressions. People describe a day in
which everything goes wrong as a black day. The date of a major tragedy
is remembered as a black day. A blacklist is illegal now. But at one
time, some businesses refused to employ people who were on a blacklist
for belonging to unpopular organizations.
In some cases, colors describe a situation. A brown out is an expression
for a reduction in electric power. Brown outs happen when there is too
much demand for electricity. The electric system is unable to offer all
the power needed in an area. Black outs were common during World War
Two. Officials would order all lights in a city turned off to make it
difficult for enemy planes to find a target in the dark of night.
(MUSIC)
I’m Warren Scheer. Listen again next week for another Words and Their Stories program in Special English on the Voice of www.voeenglish.blogspot.com




bird words
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Now, the VOA Special English program, \WORDS AND THEIR STORIES.
(MUSIC)
Today we explain some expressions about birds. For example, if something
is for the birds, it is worthless or not very interesting. Someone who
eats like a bird eats very little. And a birds-eye view is a general
look at an area from above.
Did you know that if you tell a young person about the birds and the
bees you are explaining about *** and birth? Have you ever observed that
birds of a feather flock together? In other words, people who are
similar become friends or do things together. Here is some good advice: a
bird in the hand is worth two in the bush. This means you should not
risk losing something you have by trying to get more of something you do
not have.
Sometimes I can do two things by performing only one action. This is
called killing two birds with one stone. But I would never really kill
any birds. I love all kinds of animals. This is a real feather in my
cap. It is something to be proud of.
Most of the people I work with are early birds. They believe that the
early bird catches the worm. They think that a person who gets up early
in the morning for work has the best chance of success. Everyone in my
office works hard, but some people have had their wings clipped. Their
jobs have been limited. This is because the office is organized by
pecking order. People with more years and experience are given more
responsibility.
Some bird expressions are about crows, chickens and ducks. For example,
when I am driving, I always travel as the crow flies. I go the most
direct way. Anyone who eats crow has to admit a mistake or defeat.
Now let’s talk about my sister. She is not very young. She is no spring
chicken. She will work any job for chicken feed -- a small amount of
money. She is easily frightened. For example, she is too chicken-livered
to walk down a dark street alone at night. Often she will chicken out –
she will not go out alone at night.
My sister was an ugly duckling. She looked strange when she was a child,
but she grew up to be a beautiful woman. Sometimes she thinks too much
about having something in the future before she really has it. She
counts her chickens before they are hatched. Sometimes her chickens come
home to roost. That means her actions or words cause trouble for her.
However, my sister does not worry about what people say about her.
Criticism falls off her like water off a duck’s back.
Politicians are sometimes considered lame ducks after losing an
election. They have little time left in office and not much power.
Congress holds a lame duck session after an election. Important laws are
not passed during this period.
(MUSIC)
This VOA Special English program, WORDS AND THEIR STORIES, was written by Jill Moss. I’m Faith Lapidus www.voeenglish.blogspot.com





Water
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Now, the VOA Special English program WORDS AND THEIR STORIES.
Expressions about water are almost as common as water itself. But many of the expressions using water have unpleasant meanings.
The expression "to be in hot water" is one of them. It is a very old
expression. "Hot water" was used five hundred years ago to mean being in
trouble. One story says it got that meaning from the custom of throwing
extremely hot water down on enemies attacking a castle.
That no longer happens. But we still get in "hot water." When we are in
"hot water," we are in trouble. It can be any kind of trouble -- serious
or not so serious. A person who breaks a law can be in hot water with
the police. A young boy can be in hot water with his mother, if he walks
in the house with dirty shoes.
Being in "deep water" is almost the same as being in hot water. When you
are in deep water, you are in a difficult position. Imagine a person
who cannot swim being thrown in water over his head.
You are in deep water when you are facing a problem that you do not have
the ability to solve. You can be in deep water, for example, if you
invest in stocks without knowing anything about the stock market.
"To keep your head above water" is a colorful expression that means
staying out of debt. A company seeks to keep its head above water during
economic hard times. A man who loses his job tries to keep his head
above water until he finds a new job.
"Water over the dam" is another expression about a past event. It is
something that is finished. It cannot be changed. The expression comes
from the idea that water that has flowed over a dam cannot be brought
back again.
When a friend is troubled by a mistake she has made, you might tell her to forget about it. You say it is water over the dam.
Another common expression, "to hold water," is about the strength or
weakness of an idea or opinion that you may be arguing about. It
probably comes from a way of testing the condition of a container. If it
can hold water, it is strong and has no holes in it.
If your argument can hold water, it is strong and does not have any
holes. If it does not hold water, then it is weak and not worth
debating.
"Throwing cold water" also is an expression that deals with ideas or
proposals. It means to not like an idea. For example, you want to buy a
new car because the old one has some problems. But your wife "throws
cold water" on the idea, because she says a new car costs too much.
(MUSIC)
This VOA Special English program, WORDS AND THEIR STORIES, was written by Marilyn Christiano. I'm Rich Kleinfeldt. www.voeenglish.blogspot.com
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