English as a Second Language

سلام دوستان عزیزم خوش آمدید برای بهتر استفاده کردن ازاین وبلاگ به آرشیوی موضوعی مراجعه کنید

Hot chair but in English

hi friends welcome to hot chair let's go straight to my question

 and i hope u correct my possible mistakes.

 plz introduce yourself entirely
 how did u learn English??
 if somebody ask u how much do u know English?what would u tell him in percent
 i am not good at pronouncing the words which i have learned .what do u advise me to improve it
 Are u married ? if not when do u wanna marry ?if yes are you henpecked
 Do u think that u’ll be taken to heaven or hell ? why so
 are u a handsome boy
 how many girl friends do u have

 please make sentence with ong ,avril and afghan-esl
 do u know avril lavigne???if yes .what is your idea about her
 in your opinion is it a waste of time to connect internet and surfing in afghan-esl
 can u guess my CHARACTERISTIC???
 how do u predict the future for our country?? any progress
 do u like live in abroad??i mean Europe country or usa
 can u comprehend all of sentence in English movie without subtitle
 what is the best way to improve speaking
 who is your idol in your life
 what is your idea about clergy man or akhond
 what is your idea about commit suicide??have u ever thought about it??or wanted to do it
 have u ever fallen in love???with any girl
 what is the worst and the best your characteristics of yours
 do u believe in Elf??? if yes have u ever seen it
 how many girl friend abdullah has??? can u estimat

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Valentine's Day Around the World

 


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Valentine's Day Around the World
Mel and Doron discuss various Valentine experiences.
 

Mel: So, Doron, what did you do last Valentine's Day?

Doron: Last Valentine's day I got disappointed I think, cause I teach at university, and I'd heard that Japanese students always give their teachers loads and loads of chocolate, and even though it was my fifth year, and every other year I only got like two or three, I was still really excited cause I'm at university now and I got two chocolate bars.

Mel: Oh, really?

Doron: How, about you? Are you looking forward to it this year?

Mel: I'm planning on going to Korea with my co-workers to escape the Valentine's Day.

Doron: To escape?

Mel: Atmosphere, yes.

Doron: You're not a fan then?

Mel: I like Valentine's Day, but I don't plan on celebrating it this year. Is Valentine's Day big in England?

Doron: I haven't lived in England for awhile now, about ten years. When I was a kid it was big in school, like in junior school, and we used to have a little Valentine's post box in your class where you could write little messages to your classmates and then you put it in the box and it'd get delivered.

Mel: Oh, in a box?

Doron: Yeah, in a little Valentine's post box.

Mel: Oh, cool.

Doron: The teacher would deliver them.

Mel: Did you only get notes or did you get candy as well?

Doron: No, it was just notes. In England we don't really give candy and chocolate and presents to people. We just give letters, unless it's like a boyfriend or a girlfriend or something. But when you are seven, you don't really bother.

Mel: Well, the thing I liked about Valentine's Day as a kid was that you'd get Valentine's Day cards from everyone, but I was always curious to see what the boy I liked wrote to me.

Doron: Did you know who wrote what to you?

Mel: Yeah, they would sign their name on the card.

Doron: What? They sign names?

Mel: Yeah, it'd be like. Happy Valentine's Day Adam.

Doron: Oh, in England I don't think you don't put your name. Even if you know who it's from. You know it's from your girlfriend, or your best friend, or your grandma, or something, I think you just put a big question mark.

Mel: Really?

Doron: It's half the fun. You have to figure it out.

Mel: But my favorite Valentine's Day gift is always from my mom.

Doron: She gives you a gift every year.

Mel: She'll send me gifts in the mail, and when I was in elementary school, she would hide chocolates and stuff in my desk. It was awesome.

Doron: That's brilliant.

Mel: Yeah.

Doron: I don't remember getting any really really cool Valentine's presents. I remember giving a couple. I was dating a girl who lived in Norway when I was at university in England and so for Valentine's Day is the same ... I think her birthday was February the 11th or something.

Mel: Oh, yeah.

Doron: So, I just flew over. I e-mailed like her best friend who I knew quite well as well and he picked me up at the airport I and flew over to Norway.

Mel: Yeah.

Doron: And in Norway, it's a very safe country, so they don't really lock their doors a bit like Japan, and he just drove me down to the house and I walked in at like nine in the morning, and she just came down stairs and she nearly died. She thought I was a ghost.

Mel: Yeah. That would be scary but fun.

Doron: Scary but fun. That's what she said when she could talk.

Mel: Yeah, so it was a double birthday, Valentine's Day gift.

Doron: Exactly.

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Afghan Superstitions

Afghan Superstitions

 

  • A mag-pie is sitting on the wall, some message might come to us.
  • Cover your bald head or else it may start raining. :)
  • Don't beat against the sandalI, it might rain. (sandalI is a popular means of keeping families warm in winter. It consists of a wooden squaretable about 40cm high covered with a big cotton quilt, and charcoal fire under neath in brazier.)
  • Don't click the scissors, it brings about a fight.
  • Don't look at the new moon in the face of a child, he may fall down.
  • He has got up from his left side, (It is said to those who look anxious, unhappy, and grim-faced).
  • I bit my tongue, someone must be backbiting on me.
  • If the comb falls down a guest will come.
  • If water (from a bowel) spells out with a sound, it means that some guest will come.
  • If you arrive somewhere at a time when others are just starting their meals it means that you mother-in-law likes you very much.
  • If you draw lines on the ground you will be in debt.
  • If you shake the bunch of keys it might bring about a fight.
  • If you sit on the threshold, your father will be in debt.
  • It is no good to cut your tatiloring on Tuesday.
  • My palm itches, I will obtain some money.
  • My sole itches, I may travel.
  • Some evil door rubbed pigfat in her clothes and made her hateful to all.
  • Some one dropped Myrobalan on her in her wedding night and made her hateful to her husband.
  • Water throbbed in his throat, who remembered him? (Means someone is either thinking of the person or the person's name is mentioned somewhere)
  • Water was shed, it is a good omin.
  • Your right eye-lash throbbed you will face happiness.

 

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