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آموزش زبان انگلیسی با داستان The Last Photo

داستان The Last Photo توسط Bernard Smith به انگلیسی بریتانیایی و برای یادگیری زبان انگلیسی نوشته شده است. سطح این داستان بسیار ساده می باشد، با این حال مطالعه ی آن برای تمام افراد مناسب است. شما با مطالعه داستان The Last Photo حداقل ۲۰۰ کلمه یاد می گیرید.

بطورکلی تسلط به زبان انگلیسی، به تقویت چهار مهارت خواندن، شنیدن، صحبت کردن و نوشتن نیاز دارد؛ و بهترین راه برای افزایش و تقویت این مهارت ها، داشتن مکالمات بیشتر و تمرین های بیشتر و بیشتر است. دلیل اصرار بر تمرین و تکرار، این است که شما به جایگاهی برسید که بتوانید به صورت تمام وقت به انگلیسی برنامه ریزی و فکر کنید.

شما می توانید با داستان ساده و آسان «The Last Photo»، یک قدم به بهبود مهارت های یادگیری زبان انگلیسی نزدیک تر شوید. فراموش نکنید در هر سطحی که باشید، ساده ترین تمرین ها نیز به تقویت مهارت های شما کمک می کنند.

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The Last Photo

It is Saturday afternoon. Martin and his sister Pam are in Cambridge for the day.
They are looking at the beautiful old buildings of this University City.
Pam has a camera with her. She likes taking photos and sometimes they are very good. But sometimes they are not very good and Martin laughs at them.

It is five o’clock. Pam and Martin are going home now. They are tired after their long day. They are in the garden near the bus station. “Let’s have a last photo of you,” says Pam.
“Oh no, not again,” says Martin.
“Come on,” says Pam. “It’s the last one. I want to finish the film in my camera.”

“Oh, all right,” says Martin.
He stands in front of the flowers.
“Look at me,” says Pam and takes a photo.
A man with a big rucksack on his back walks between Pam and Martin.
“Oh no,” says Pam. “Now I’ve got a picture of that man, not of you, Martin.”

The man looks at Pam. He is angry. He goes across the road without a word.
“That man isn’t very nice, is he?” says Martin.
“No,” says Pam. “And that was the last picture on the film, too.”
The man with the rucksack on his back goes into the bus station. He has got sunglasses and a blue hat.

“Come on,” says Martin. “Let’s find our bus.”
They go into the bus station.
“Look,” says Martin. “There’s that man again. He’s getting into that bus. He’s going to Aberdeen. That’s in Scotland.”
“Good,” says Pam. “Far from here and far from me!” She is angry with the man.

Three days later, on Tuesday, Pam has got her photos from the shop.
“Look at these,” she says to Martin. “They’re the photos of us in Cambridge.”
“Oh, these are all very good.” says Martin.
“But not this last one,” says Pam. “Look, it’s that man with the rucksack.”

In the photo the man is in front of Martin. You cannot see Martin behind the man’s rucksack.
“Wait a minute,” says Martin. “I know that face. It’s in the newspaper. Have you got it?”
“Today’s newspaper?” says Pam. “Yes, it’s here. Why?”
“Yes, here he is. Look at this picture,” says Martin. Pam looks at the photo in the newspaper.

“Who’s that?” she asks.
“It says in the paper his name’s Alan Rook,” says Martin. “And he works in a bank in London. But on Monday morning – yesterday morning – no Alan Rook! The people at the bank don’t know where he is. And they say he’s got a hundred thousand pounds with him.
The police are looking for him, too.”

“But is that man in my photo?” asks Pam. “He hasn’t got a beard and he hasn’t any hair.”
“Look at his ears. Look at his nose,” says Martin. “It’s him. I know it is.”
Martin has an idea. He takes a pencil and starts to draw on the newspaper.
“What are you doing?” asks Pam.

“Look,” says Martin. “I’m putting dark glasses and a two-day beard on the man in this photo. Now I’m drawing a hat on his head. See? Now look at the two pictures.”
“You’re right.” says Pam. “It’s him. It’s Alan Rook.”
“Come on,” says Martin. “Let’s take these pictures to the police.”

At the police station Pam and Martin speak to a policeman.
They put Pam’s photo and the newspaper on the table and they tell their story.
“That’s Alan Rook,” says the policeman. “In Cambridge at 5 o’clock on Saturday. The big question is – where is he now?”

“We think we know. He’s in Scotland, in Aberdeen,” says Pam. “Or he’s near there.” They tell the policeman about the man and the bus to Aberdeen.
“He’s got a rucksack and a tent on his back in the photo,” says the policeman. “He isn’t living in a hotel. He’s camping. If we’re lucky, he’s still in Scotland. I must make a telephone call.”

The policeman telephones the police station in Aberdeen.
“Alan Rook’s in Scotland,” he says. “We think he’s camping near Aberdeen. He’s got a short beard now. The next day the police in Aberdeen find Alan Rook tent in the mountains near Aberdeen. The money from the bank is in his rucksack.

The next morning Pam and Martin’s story is in all the newspapers.
There is Pam’s photo of Alan Rook at the bus station.
There is a picture of Martin and Pam too.
In the newspaper it says:
CAMERA GIRL GETS PHOTO OF ROOK
POLICE IN ABERDEEN FIND BANK MONEY

The people at the bank are very happy. They give Pam and Martin a thousand pounds.
“My last photo’s a good one after all,” laughs Pam.
“Now I can buy a very good new camera.”

لغات مهم (Vocabulary) داستان

شنبه Saturday
بعد از ظهر Afternoon
ضمیر ملکی سوم شخص مفرد (برای مذکر) His
خواهر Sister
روز Day
به دنبال … – نگاه کردن Looking at
زیبا – قشنگ – خوشگِل Beautiful
قدیمی – کهنه – پیر Old
ساختمان Building
دانشگاه University
شهر City
دوربین Camera
دوست داشتن Like
گرفتن Take
عکس – عکسبرداری Photo
گهگاهی – گاهی اوقات Sometime
خیلی خوب Very Good
خندیدن – خنده دار Laugh
در حال رفتن Going
خانه Home
الان – هم اکنون Now
خسته Tired
بعد از After
طولانی Long
باغ – باغچه Garden
نزدیک Near
ایستگاه اتوبوس Bus Station
بیا Let’s
آخرین Last
گفتن Say
دوباره نه Not Again
بیا Come on
خواستن Want
آخرین – پایان Finish
خیلی خوب – مترادف با OK All Right
ایستادن Stand
در مقابل – جلوی In Front Of
گل Flower
به من نگاه کن Look at me
مرد Man
کوله پشتی Rucksack
پیاده روی – راه رفتن Walk
بین Between
عصبانی Angry
جاده Road
عینک آفتابی Sunglasses
آبی Blue
کلاه Hat
یافتن – پیدا کردن Find
دور Far
سه – عدد ۳ Three
بعد Later
سه شنبه Tuesday
دیدن See
پشت Behind
یک دقیقه صبر کن Wait a Minute
شناختن – دانستن Know
چهره – صورت Face
روزنامه Newspaper
امروز Today
اینجا Here
چرا Why
کیه؟ – چی کسی هست؟ Who’s that?
پرسیدن Ask
کار کردن Work
صبح دوشنبه Monday Morning
دیروز صبح Yesterday Morning
مردم People
صد هزار Hundred Thousand
ریش Beard
مو Hair
گوش Ear
بینی Nose
ایده – فکر Idea
مداد Pencil
کشیدن – رسم کردن – طراحی کردن Draw
چی کار می کنی؟ What are you doing?
گذاشتن – قرار دادن Put
عینک دودی Dark Glasses
سر Head
کلانتری – پاسگاه پلیس Police Station
صحبت کردن Speak
میز Table
گفتن – تعریف کردن Tell
داستان Story
سوال بزرگ Big Question
فکر کردن – گمان داشتن Think
چادر Tent
زندگی کردن Live
چادر زدن – اردو زدن Camping
خوش شانس Lucky
هنوز Still
کوه Mountain
پول Money
دختر Girl
خوشحال Happy

حالا فایل صوتی زیر را پخش کنید (Play) و به همراه خواندن متن داستان، به آن گوش دهید.

توانایی خود را بسنجید.

۱. Why is Cambridge a nice place to visit?

۲. Where does Pam take the last photo on the film?

۳. What is the man wearing?

۴. Where is the man going on his bus?

۵. Where does Alan Rook work?

۶. What does Martin draw on the newspaper?

۷. Why don’t they look for Rook in a hotel?

۸. How much does the bank give to Pam and Martin?

هیچ فرصتی را برای یادگیری زبان انگلیسی از دست ندهید.

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مقاله آموزشی «آموزش زبان انگلیسی با داستان The Last Photo»، نتیجه یک فعالیت گروهی می باشد که تحقیق و پژوهش، گردآوری، ترجمه لغات و نگارش آن توسط هیئت تحریریه پورتال یو سی (شما می توانید) و میکس و آماده سازی فایل صوتی داستان، توسط واحد چند رسانه ای پورتال یو سی (شما می توانید) انجام شده است. در این راستا کتاب The Last Photo نوشته ی Bernard Smith، منتشر شده در ۱۹۹۸ با شابک ۹۷۸۰۵۸۲۴۰۲۸۲۹ به عنوان منبع اصلی مورد استفاده قرار گرفته است.

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