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  • 🔵 پادکست مقدمه و معرفی - Introduction +

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  • 🔵 پادکست اول - The place you live in +

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    Can you describe the place you live in?

    I live in a two-bedroom apartment on the third floor of a recently renovated building. The living room is fairly spacious but the bedrooms are rather cramped. Fortunately, my bedroom has a large window and a balcony overlooking a beautiful lush park. My bedroom is really cozy , bright and quiet, so I feel really comfortable in it.



    Renovate: (v) to repair a building or old furniture so that it is in good condition again

    Fairly: (adv), rather, to some degree. More than a little but much less than very

    Example: She speaks English fairly well.

    Spacious: (adj)being large and having plenty of space.

    Synonym: Roomy, capacious

    Cramped: (adj)Not having enough space for people to move around

    Example: The kitchen was small and cramped. A cramped car

    Overlook: (v) If a house, room, etc overlooks something, it has a view of it, usually from above/ ignore, to not notice something

    Example: The villa overlooks the sea.

    Lush: (adj) Plants that are lush grow many leaves and look really green

    Example: The fields were lush with grass and flowers.

    Cozy (Americam) /Cosy (British): (adj) a place that is cozy is small, comfortable and warm.

  • 🔵 پادکست دوم - ?How do you like shopping +

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    How do you like shopping?

     

    Well, I can say I’m really into shopping. I go shopping whenever I have free time and of course money! You know, shopping changes my mood, relaxes me, and rewires my brain. I really like to shop around to see if I can hunt a real bargain. But sometimes I’m on a tight budget and I have to be careful with money, so I just go window shopping and browse around shops.

    How do you like…: used for asking someone for their opinion

    Example: How do you like this city/these shoes?

    Be into something: to like something, Synonym: be interested in something, be keen on something

    Whenever: every time that a particular thing happens

    Example: call me whenever you like.

    Mood: (n) the way you feel at a particular time (be in the mood for something: to feel that you would like to do something)

    Example: I’m really in the mood for a party.

    Relax: (v) to become or to make somebody calm after being upset or nervous, rest

    Example: Relax! Everything’s fine.

    Rewire: (v) to put new electric wires in a building, machine, light etc.

    Shop around: (phrasal verb) to compare the price and quality of different things before you decide which to buy

    Hunt: (v) to look for and find something

    Example: The kids were hunting for shells on the beach.

    Bargain: (n, v) something you buy for less than its usual price. To discuss the conditions of a sale or agreement for example to get a lower price.

    Example 1: The second-hand table was a real bargain.

    Example 2: Workers are bargaining for a better pay.

    Be on a tight budget: not to have enough money = money is tight

    window shopping: (n) the activity of looking at goods in shop windows without intending to buy them.

    Browse: (v) to look at goods in a shop without a particular purpose

  • 🔵 پادکست سوم - Tell me a bit about your eating habits +

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    Tell me a bit about your eating habits.

    Frankly speaking, I didn’t use to be a healthy eater.I used to have a lot of junk food, fizzy drinks and precooked and canned food which were really fattening. However, I radicallychanged my eating habits. Now I try to make more healthy choices.I have more veggies and fruits, and lessred meat. I try to eat in moderationand watch my portion sizes.Actually, I try to eat a balanceddiet including nourishing meals. I’ve also cut down on dinner. If I feel hungry, Ihave a light meal early inthe evening.

     

    Eating habits: the kinds ofthings a person eats or drinks

    Frankly: (adv)honestly and directly

    Example: Heanswered all the questions frankly.

    Frank: (adj) honest Synonym: candid

    Healthy eater: someone whoeats healthy food

    Junk food: (n) food thatis not healthy, for example because it contains a lot of fat, sugar etc.

    Fizzy drink: a drink withbubbles of gas

    Precooked food: food that ispartly or completely cooked before it is sold so that it could be quicklyheated up later.

    Canned food: food that issold in cans

    Fattening: (adj) likely to make you fat

    Radically: (adv) A radical change or difference isvery big, important and fundamental

    Veggie: (n)vegetable. (adj) veggie food is made using vegetables, nuts, beans etc. ratherthan meat of fish

    Example:(n) fresh veggies (adj) veggie lasagna

    In moderation: if you dosomething in moderation, such as drinking alcohol or eating certain foods, youdo not do it too much

    Watch: (v) to actcarefully in order to avoid unwanted situations

    Example 1: He is an athlete; he has to watchhis weight.

    Example 2:Employees should watch what they say in personal emails.

    Portion: (n) an amount of food for oneperson Synonym: serving, helping

    Example: He had ahuge portion of roast beef.

    Balanced: (adj) giving equal attention to all sides, fair

    Example: a balancedview

    Balanced diet: a diet that is healthy because it contains the rightfoods in the right amounts

    Nourishing: (adj) food that is nourishing makes you strong andhealthy Synonym: nutritious

    cut down on: to use less ofsomething

    Light: (adj) a lightmeal is a small one and does not make you feel full Antonym: rich, big

    Example: I had adelicious light snack in the afternoon.

  • 🔵 پادکست چهارم - ?What is an ideal job +

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    What is an ideal job?

    Well, in my opinion, several factors make a jobperfect and ideal such as a high and competitive salary,working hours, the workplace, a friendly and supportiveatmosphere, the employer and the colleagues you workwith and above all it is very important thatyou love and enjoy the job you are doing. For some people, the relevance to the fieldof education is also of high importance and makes a job ideal. Incrowded cities like Tehran, a short distance betweenhouse and work is a big plus point so that you do not have to commute for hours every day.

     

    Ideal: (adj) the best or most suitable thatsomething could possibly be

    in my opinion: Synonym: to me, from my point of view

    Salary: (n) money that you receiveas payment from the organization you work for usually paid to you every month

    competitive: (adj) relating tocompetition; being better than others

    Example: Competitive sports encourage children towork together as a team.

    Example: Some Industries are not as competitive asthey were in the past.

    Supportive: (adj) helpful, encouraging

    Example: Her family were really supportivethroughout the divorce.

    Atmosphere: (n) the feeling that anevent or place gives you.

    Example: The hotel had a lovely relaxed atmosphere.

    Employer: (n) a person, company ororganization that employs you

    Colleague: (n) someone you work with Synonym: fellowworker, co-worker

    Above all: more than everything else

    Relevance: (n) the state of beingrelevant or related to something

    Field: (n) a subject that peoplestudy or an area of activity that they are doing

    Example: Peter is an expert in his field.

    Distance: (n) the amount of spacebetween two places or things

    Plus point: an advantage or goodfeature

    Commute: (v) to regularly travel along distance to go to work

  • 🔵 پادکست پنجم - ?Do you follow the fashion in choosing clothes +

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    Do you follow the fashion in choosing clothes?

    Well, I can say that I’m a real fashionista. I never stop keeping up with the latest fashionsand I always try to wear stylish clothes. Manyof my friends believe that I’ve got a good sense of style and I can realize what looks good on me and goes withmy skin. However, I try not to get a fashion victim. I never wear something that is trendy but makes me look odd.

     

    Fashionista: (n)someonewho is very interested in fashion and who likes the very newest styles(informal)

    Keep up with (someone orsomething): (phrasal verb) to go at the same speed as a person or thing, tomaintain the same rate of progress

    Example: Sometimes I can’t keep up with the rest of theclass.

    Keep up with fashion: tomake sure that you know about the most recent fashions

    Latest: (adj)the most recent and the newest Synonym:up-to-date, fashionable

    Example: His latest film is one of the funniest he’s evermade.

    Example: She always likes to have the very latest mobilephones.

    fashion: (n)(Uncountable) The business and study of making and selling clothes, shoes, etcin new and changing styles

    Example: This is amagazine about fashion and beauty.

    (Countable) a style of clothes, hairetc that is popular at a particular time

    Example: Lucy likes to keep up with the latest fashions.

    Stylish: (adj) Fashionable and well-designed in an attractive way

    Example: The furniture looked very stylish and modern.

    senseof style: awareness of what is tasteful orfashionable

    lookgood on somebody: When you think a person’s haircut,makeup, or clothes match that person well, and make that person look good, youcan say it.

    Example: That dress looks so goodon you.

    Gowith (somebody or something): to lookgood with something else

    Example: Do you think that bluewallpaper will go with the carpet?

    Fashion victim: (n)someone who always wears what is fashionable, even if it makes themlook bad

    Trendy:(adj)fashionable, in fashion, stylish

    Odd:(adj)different from what is normal orexpected Synonym: unusual, strange

  • 🔵 پادکست ششم - ?What is the attitude toward marriage in your country +

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    What is the attitude towardmarriage in your country?

    Honestly speaking, people’s attitude toward marriagehas changed over the last decade. From a religiouspoint of view, they used to think that thesooner someone gets married, the better it is. However, nowadaysyoung people are reluctant to getmarried. Girls are more education-minded than marriage-minded and boys are afraid of taking on so manyresponsibilities or commitments. Young people would rather pursue their goals and ambitions. They like to furthertheir education, get decent jobs and become financiallyindependent but sometimes they lose some good chances of getting married.Unfortunately, among some young adults, the idea of marriage and family has shattered.

     

    Attitude: (n) the opinions and feelings that you usually have aboutsomething

    Example: Living abroadchanged his attitude to life and religion.

    Honestly speaking: used to emphasize that what youare saying is true, even though it may seem surprising

    Over: during

    Example: Will you behome over the summer vacation?

    Decade: (n) a period of 10 years

    Religious: (adj) relating to religion

    Example: He is adeeply religious person

    Point of view: (n) a particular way of thinking about or judging a situation

    Example: From aneconomic point of view, COVID 19 has badly influenced countries.

    Reluctant: not wanting to do something Synonym: unwilling

    Example: She wasreluctant to talk about her childhood.

    Example: When I gavehim the news, he gave me a reluctant smile.

    minded: to be thinking about something, to focus of something

    Be afraid of: be scared of, be frightened of

    Take something on: (phrasal verb) to agree to do somework or be responsible for something

    Example: Don’t taketoo much work on.

    Commitment: (n) a promise to do something or to behave in a particular way

    Example: Our companyhas a serious commitment to quality and customer service.

    Would rather: to prefer to do something

    Example: I’d ratherdrive to walk.

    Pursue: (v)to continue doing an activity or trying to achieve something

    Ambition: (n) a strong desire to achieve something

    Example: She has alwayshad an ambition to run her own company.

    Further: (v) to make something progress

    Example: He is tryingto further his career.

    Decent: (adj) of a good enough standard and quality

    Example: She islooking for a job with a decent salary.

    Financially: (adv) in a way that is relating to money or the management ofmoney

    Shatter: (v) 1- to break into very small pieces. 2-to completely destroyor ruin something such as someone’s beliefs

    Example: The plate hitthe floor and shattered into tiny pieces.

    Example: His injuryshattered his dream of winning an Olympic medal.

  • 🔵 پادکست هفتم - ?Why do you think television has become so popular over the last 50 years +

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    What is the attitude towardWhy do you think television has become so popular over the last 50 years?

    I do agree with the saying that TV is a magicbox. It relaxes and pacifiesour mind. TV serves many purposes. It’scheap, accessible and availableto all income brackets. No need to go to overcrowded stadiums to watch a sport match or tolerate noisypeople disturbing you at the movie theater. TV broadcastsdifferent programs and since the advent ofsatellite the rangeof channels displaying your favoriteprograms has astronomically risen. So, it’s easy to findout why TV has such a wide appeal.

    Saying:(n) a well-known short statement that shows an idea most people believe.

    Magic: (adj) relating to the skill of doing tricks to entertain people

    Relax: (v) to become quiet and calm

    Example: What I neededwas a hot drink to relax me.

    Pacify: (v) to make someone calm and satisfied after they have been angryor upset

    Example: I justaccepted what he said in the argument to pacify him.

    Serve: (v) to be useful or helpful for a particular purpose or reason

    Example: The sofa alsoserves as a bed.

    Accessible: (adj) easy to obtain or use Synonym: available

    Example: Computersshould be readily accessible to all teachers and students in the school.

    Income: (n): the money that you earn from your work or that you receivefrom investments

    Example: People ofhigher income should pay more tax.

    Income bracket: (n) a category of people whose income falls within a specificlevel

    Overcrowded: (adj) filled with too many people or things

    Match: (n) a game, a competition between two teams or people

    Tolerate: (v) to be able to accept something unpleasant or difficult Synonym: Bear

    Example: I can’ttolerate his bad behavior.

    Disturb: (v) to interrupt someone so thatthey cannot continue what they are doing

    Example: Sorry todisturb you, but I have an urgent message.

    Movie theater: (n) (American English) a building where you go in order to watchfilms

    Synonym: cinema(British English)

    Broadcast: (v) to send out radio or television programs.

    Example: The soccermatch was broadcast live.

    Advent: (n) the time when something first begins to be widely used Synonym: arrival, coming

    Satellite: (n) a machine that has been sent to space for radio, televisionand other electronic communication

    Range: (n) a number of people or things that are all different but areall of the same general type

    Example: the companyoffers a wide range of services.

    Display: (v) to show

    Example: Shop windowsdisplay the latest fashions.

    Astronomically: (adv) in an extremely high manner

    Example: The priceshave risen astronomically in the past 2 years.

    (Astronomical: (adj) astronomical prices, costs andfees are extremely high)

    rise: (v) to increase in number, amount or value (rise-rose-risen) Synonym: go up,climb

    find out: (phrasal verb) to learn or discover something

    Appeal: (n) a quality that makes people like something or someone

    Example: The film hasgreat appeal for young people.

  • 🔵 پادکست هشتم - ?What do you think of divorce and its increasing rate in your country +

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    دوست خوبم، پادکست هشتم با مبلغ بسیار اندکی و البته با تخفیف ارائه شده است که می‌تونی تهیه کنی و از یک جلسه آموزشی بهره مند بشی.

    بعد از خرید هر زمان که با حساب کاربریت وارد سایت بشی، پادکست قابل درسترس خواهد بود.

  • 🔵 پادکست نهم - ?Who is a real friend and how important is having a good friend +

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    دوست خوبم، پادکست نهم با مبلغ بسیار اندکی و البته با تخفیف ارائه شده است که می‌تونی تهیه کنی و از یک جلسه آموزشی بهره مند بشی.

    بعد از خرید هر زمان که با حساب کاربریت وارد سایت بشی، پادکست قابل درسترس خواهد بود.

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