کانون زبان انگلیسی

کانون زبان انگلیسی

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اولین دوره آزمون PET در کانون زبان انگلیسی در تاریخ  28/9/1391 برگزار گردید .

آزمون تصحیح و مدارک آماده ارائه میباشد . 

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برگزاری کلاسهای فن تدریس




در کانون زبان  انگلیسی

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some idioms about HOT

English idioms using "hot"


to be hot = very popular / fashionable: "Iceland is a really hot weekend destination at the


a hot favourite = someone / something most likely to win: "Red Rum was always the hot

favourite to win the Grand National."

a hot tip = important or useful suggestion: "He gave me a hot tip for my interview."

a hot topic = an issue which is important: "Climate change is a hot topic at the moment."

hot off the press = very new story: "This gossip is hot off the press."

to get too hot = become too dangerous: "Things are getting too hot and the relief agencies

are pulling out of the are."

a hot date = a date with someone you find very attractive: "She's got a hot date tonight!"

hot stuff = attractive: "Her new boyfriend is hot stuff."

in the hot seat = in a position of responsibility: "You make the decisions – you're in the hot

seat now!"

in hot water = in trouble because you have done something wrong: "If you send that email

now, you'll find yourself in hot water with the boss."

have a hot temper = to get angry easily: "He has a hot temper, so don't provoke him into an


get hot under the collar = get angry about something which isn't very important: "You always

seem to get hot under the collar about people's driving habits. Don't let it worry you


hot and bothered = feeling uncomfortable, either because it's too hot, or because you have

too much to do in too little time: "She's all hot and bothered now that she's been invited to the    

theatre this evening

be like a cat on a hot tin roof = restless or jumpy: "He's like a cat on a hot tin roof with all

this talk about redundancies."

in hot pursuit = to follow closely: "The pickpocket ran off, with members of the public in hot


hot on the trail = close to finding something: "The police are hot on the trail of the

mastermind behind the bank robbery."

hot air = something which is not as important or true as it sounds: "What he says is just a lot of

hot air – don't take it too seriously


more (something) than you've had hot dinners = an expression to mean that you've had a

lot of something: "I've had more jobs than you've had hot dinners


blow hot and cold = keep changing your mind about something: "I'm blowing hot and cold

 about moving to the countryside."

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Englis Language Center

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The Making of a Mother

By the time God made mothers, He was into the sixth day working overtime.  An

Angel appeared and said "Why are you spending so much time on this one?"

And God answered and said, "Have you read the spec sheet on her? She has to be

completely washable, but not elastic; have 200 movable parts, all replaceable; run on

black coffee and leftovers; have a lap that can hold three children at one time and

 that disappears when she stands up; have a kiss that can cure anything from a

scraped knee to a broken heart; and have six pairs of hands."    


The Angel was astounded at the requirements for this one. "Six pairs of hands! No way!"  said the Angel.

God replied, "Oh, it's not the hands that are the problem.  It's the three pairs of eyes

that mothers must have!"

"And that's on the standard model?" the Angel asked.

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Why we learn English

Get access to knowledge

What are you interested in? Is it science? Music? Computers? Health? Business? Sports? Today’s

media — such as the Internet, television, and the press — give you almost unlimited access to

knowledge about your favorite subjects. After all, we live in the information age, don’t we

There’s only one problem. Most of this knowledge is in English.

Here are some examples of knowledge you can use if you know English:

  • Most pages on the Web. That’s over a billion (1,000,000,000) pages of information!

  • It’s amazing that learning just one language gives you access to almost all knowledge on the Internet.

  • Books — on any subject, from all over the world. Read books by British or American

  • authors, and books translated from other languages. Whatever you’re interested in, you

  • can read about it in English
  • !

  • The press. Only English-language magazines and newspapers can be bought in every

  • part of the world. You don’t have to search for Time, Newsweek, or the International

  • Herald Tribune!

  • Science. English is the key to the world of science. In 1997, 95% of the articles in the 

  • Science Citation Index were written in English. Only about 50% of them were from

  • English-speaking countries like the USA or Britain. (source
  • News reports. Watch international television networks, such as CNN International and

  • NBC. They broadcast news much faster, and more professionally, than smaller, national

  • networks. And you can watch them everywhere in the world.

Communicate with people

We like to call English “the language of communication”. Why? Because it seems all the people

in the world have agreed to use English to talk to each other


  • About 1,500,000,000 people in the world speak English. Another 1,000,000,000 are l

  • earning it. (source
  • 75% of the world’s letters and postcards are written in English. (source)

  • Almost all international conferences and competitions are conducted in English. For

  • example, the Olympics and the Miss World contest.

  • Diplomats and politicians from different countries use English to communicate with each

  • other. English is the main language of organizations like the United Nations, NATO, and

  • the European Free Trade Association.

If you can communicate in English, you can:

  • Contact people from all over the world. Talk about your ideas and opinions on

  • Internet discussion groups. Send e-mail to interesting people. Learn about their life and

  • culture.

  • Travel more easily. Communicate with people wherever you go — English is spoken in

  • more than 100 countries (source). Ask directions, have a conversation, or... ask for help.

  •  Who knows, maybe English will save your life someday!

Push your career forward

If you want a good job in business, technology, or science, get out of that armchair and start

learning English now! (If you already have a good job, start learning before you lose it


Knowing English will let you:

  • Put “excellent knowledge of English” on your CV. Get your dream job, and earn

  • more money.

  • Gain technical knowledge. English is the language of technology, especially high

  • technology like computer science, genetics, and medicine. If you’re going to read about

  • technology, you’ll probably have to do it in English

  • Learn computer science. Read technical articles without difficulty. Or write your own

  • articles

  • Be a world-class businessman (or -woman). It’s simple.  International business is done

  • in English. And all business today is international. So if you want to play, you have to

  • know English — to contact other businesspeople, go to conferences, read international

  • business newspapers and magazines, etc.

  • Become a better scientist. Contact scientists from other countries, go to international 

  • conferences, visit academic centers abroad. Learn about new scientific discoveries by

  • reading papers, books, and magazines

  • Use your computer more effectively. Most computer applications are in English, so

  • you will understand them better — and become a better employe

  • Learn new skills for your job. The section “Get access to knowledge” explains how

  • English helps you learn

Enjoy art like never before

  • Watch American and British films in the original. Once you try it, you’ll never go

  • back to dubbed versions

  • Read great books. Every famous book was written in English or it was translated into

  • English. There is an amazing number of titles — from classic plays like Hamlet to modern

  • thrillers 

  • Enjoy English-language music more. Believe us: music is much better if you can

  • understand the words

English is easy to learn

English is not only the most useful language in the world. It is also one of the easiest languages

to learn and to use

  • Simple alphabet — no special symbols such as é or ä. Type in sweet, part, film on your

  • computer. Now try süß (German), część (Polish), фильм (Russian). Which is easier

  • Easy plurals — simply add s to a word. One car, five cars; one telephone, two

  • telephones... There are very few exceptions

  • Words are easy to learn. In French, it’s la fille and le chien. In German, it’s das

  • Mädchen and der Hund. In English, they’re just a girl and a dog. And that’s all you need

  • to know

  • Short words. Most of the basic words are short: run, work, big, go, man. Long words

  • are often shortened: sitcom = situational comedy, fridge = refrigerator, OS = operating

  • system. Speaking English saves you time. 

  • Words don’t change. But in many languages, one word has many forms:

  • English: The man is blind.
  • German: Der Mann ist blind.

  • English: This is a blind man.
  • German: Das ist ein blinder Mann.

  • English: I see a blind man.
  • German: Ich sehe einen blinden Mann.

  • Call everybody “you”. You can say “Do you speak English?” to your friend or to your

  • teacher. In other languages, you have to use the right word for the right person. In

  • English, everybody is equal.

  • English is everywhere. You can easily access English-language television, music,

  • websites, magazines, etc. You don’t have to learn from boring textbooks. You can learn 

  • and use your English at the same time. Using your English is especially important because

  •  it increases your desire to learn

Get satisfaction

English is not only useful — it gives you a lot of satisfaction:

  • Making progress feels great. We’ll never forget the moment we discovered we could

  •  speak with Americans or watch TV in English

  • You will enjoy learning English, if you remember that every hour you spend gets you

  • closer to perfection

  • Using English is fun, too, because every sentence you speak or write reminds you of

  • your success

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What is learning

Learning is acquiring new, or modifying existing, knowledge, behaviors, skills, values, or

preferences and may involve synthesizing different types of information. The ability to learn is

possessed by humans, animals and some machines. Progress over time tends to follow learning

curves. Learning is not compulsory, it is contextual. It does not happen all at once, but builds

upon and is shaped by what we already know. To that end, learning may be viewed as a

process, rather than a collection of factual and procedural knowledge

Human learning may occur as part of education, personal development, schooling, or training. It

may be goal-oriented and may be aided by motivation. The study of how learning occurs is part

of neuropsychology, educational psychology, learning theory, and pedagogy. Learning may

occur as a result of habituation or classical conditioning, seen in many animal species, or as a
result of more complex activities such as play, seen only in relatively intelligent animals.

Learning may occur consciously or without conscious awareness. There is evidence for human

behavioral learning prenatally, in which habituation has been observed as early as 32 weeks into

gestation, indicating that the central nervous system is sufficiently developed and primed for learning and memory to occur very early on in development.


Play has been approached by several theorists as the first form of learning. Children play,

experiment with the world, learn the rules, and learn to interact. Vygotsky agrees that play is

pivotal for children's development, since they make meaning of their environment through play.

The context of conversation based on moral reasoning offers some proper observations on the

responsibilities of parents
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