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دانلود اپلیکیشن «زبانشناس»
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n. People study accounting so they can deal with money and finance properly. He works for an accounting firm.
v. To appeal to someone is to be interesting or attractive. Sleeping all day appeals to me, but I have to go to school.
v. To assume something is to think that it is true. even with no proof. I assume you are both familiar with this plan.
v. To borrow something is to take it and then give it back later. Can I borrow a pencil to use today? I’ll give it back to you tomorrow.
n. A client is a person or business that pays another to do a service. She has many clients who enjoy coming to her salon.
n. The downtown area is the center of most cities. The downtown area is filled with many tall buildings.
adj. if something is dull, it is not exciting. The movie was very dull. I fell asleep watching it.
v. To embarrass people is to make them feet ashamed or foolish. He was embarrassed when he couldn’t remember her name.
n. A fare is an amount of money paid to use a bus, train, or taxi. Since he is a senior, my grandfather pays a low fare for the bus.
former adj. Former describes something that used to be but is not anymore. The hotel, a former castle, was built over 200 years ago.
v. To found a company or organization means to start it. The Pilgrims founded one of the first colonies in the United States.
v. To invest means to use money in a way that will bring a profit later. I invested money in a new building that should bring me a profit.
n. A loan is something, usually money, that one person lends to another. I got a loan from the bank.
practical adj. If something is practical, it is useful. Learning English is practical; you can use it in many places.
n. A quarter is one 4 or 25% of something. He paid a quarter for the candy.
n. A salary is how much money a person makes at his or her job. He got a new job with a better salary.
n. A scholarship is money given so someone can go to school. I got a scholarship to help me pay for university.
adj. If something is temporary. it exists for a short time. This car is only temporary; I’l get a new one soon.
n. A treasure is a collection of valuable things. especially jewels or gold. They became very rich when they found the buried treasure.
v. To urge someone is to try very hard to get them to do something. He urged them to believe his story.
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