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BRING

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The phrasal verb “BRING” ۱٫ bring about ✅Meaning: cause ?Example: She hopes to bring about a change in his attitude. ۲٫ bring in ✅Meaning: yield, earn ?Example: His investments bring in a profit, and his wife brings in fifty thousand dollars a year. ۳٫ bring on ✅Meaning: cause ?Example: The assassination brought on the first world war. ✅Meaning: cause to …

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Come Idioms

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✳️Idioms using “COME” ۱٫ come about ?Meaning: happen ?Example: The event you were waiting for has come about. ۲٫ come across ?Meaning: find unexpectedly ?Example: Reading a book I came across a photo of my hometown. ?Meaning: provide services on demand ?Example: She pressured her manager, but he didn’t come across with her raise. ۳٫ come across as ?Meaning: give the …

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عبارت In the name of God

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In the name of God  به نام خدا عبارت “In the name of” دارای معانی و کاربردهای مختلفی میباشد. اصلی ترین معانی آن, “به نامِ”, “تحت نامِ”, “به نمایندگیِ ” میباشد:   – Open, in the name of law! – به نام قانون, باز کنید.   – He purchased the items in the name of them. – او به نمایندگی …

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Movie Expresions

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  اصطلاحات رایج در فیلم های آمریکایی اسمش سر زبانم است . His name is on the tip of my tongue. مرا خر فرض کردی ؟ How dumb do you think of me? آز کجا باید بدانم ؟ How on earth should I know? اسم شما چی بود ؟ I didn’t catch your name? از آن سر در نمی آورم …

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idiom 09

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معادل اصطلاح “حسش نیست”  در زبان انگلیسی “not to feel like doing sth” می باشد. . . حسش نیست! . . . . . .I don’t feel like doing sth . I don’t feel like cooking tonight. Let’s eat out امشب حسش نیست غذا بپزم. چطوره بریم بیرون غذا بخوریم.  

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