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متن انگلیسی درس

Alongside

adv. If something is alongside another thing, then it is next to it.

We work alongside each other in the office.

Appetite

n. Your appetite is your hunger for food.

Tom has a big appetite. He eats all the time.

assist

v. To assist someone is to help them.

Andrew assisted me with my homework.

Breeze

n. A breeze is a soft wind.

The breeze caused the leaves to fall off the tree.

defy

v. To defy someone is to work against them or refuse to do what they say.

The students got into trouble for defying their teacher’s rules.

Display

v. To display something is to show it, especially by putting it in a certain place.

The museum displayed many wonderful paintings.

Efficient

Adj. If something or someone is efficient, they do not waste energy.

My car is very efficient. I rarely have to buy gas.

Feeble

Adj. If someone is feeble, they are small or weak.

The boy was too feeble to carry the object very far.

forgive

v. To forgive someone is to stop being angry with them.

Sandra forgave Peter after he said he was sorry.

Lively

Adj. If someone is lively, they have a lot of energy.

Jennifer is very lively: she’s always running and playing.

Majestic

Adj. If something is majestic, it is large and impressive.

The rich people lived in a big, majestic house.

Nor

conj. You use nor to connect two negative ideas.

I eat neither apples nor oranges. I don’t like either one.

outraged

Adj. If someone is outraged, they are very angry.

My father was outraged when he saw that I had crashed his car.

Pessimistic

Adj. If someone is pessimistic, they believe that the worst will happen.

John is pessimistic. He always thinks something bad will happen.

Relationship

n. The relationship between two or more people is the way in which they behave toward each other.

The teacher was proud of her good relationship with the students.

slap

v. To slap someone means to hit them with the palm of the hand.

Out of anger, Helen slapped Eunice on the face.

smash

v. To smash something is to break it into many small pieces.

Jacob smashed the window with a rock.

Successful

Adj. Someone who is successful achieves what they intended to achieve.

My father is a successful businessman.

Wage

n. A wage is the money that a person gets for doing a job.

The wages I receive from my job are really great!

Whereas

conj. You use whereas to show how two things are different.

My sister loves horror movies, whereas I prefer comedies.

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