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راهنمای تمرین با کتاب های انگلیسی

راز یادگیری موفق زبان چیست؟ مثل هر چیز دیگری ، راز در انگیزه نهفته است!
احتمالا برای شما هم خیلی سخته که  حداقل چند دقیقه در روز را برای مطالعه انگلیسی کنار بگذارید. 
برای همین آنا آیلتس این روند را برای شما به یک ماجراجویی تبدیل کرده است!
در این پیج متن هایی از کتب معروف انگلیسی را گردآوری کردیم و از هر کدام یک صفحه را انتخاب کردیم. تمام آنچه شما باید انجام دهید این است که متن را بخوانید
، آن را ترجمه کنید ، آن را درک کنید حتماً به کلمات برجسته توجه کنید و آنها را یاد بگیرید.

Day 1

〡BOOK 》 Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone 

 Harry woke early the next morning. Although he could tell it was daylight, he kept his eyes shut tight.
‘It was a dream,’ he told himself firmly. ‘I dreamed a giant called Hagrid came to tell me I was going to a school for wizards. When I open my eyes I’ll be at home in my cupboard.’
There was suddenly a loud tapping noise.
‘And there’s Aunt Petunia knocking on the door,’ Harry thought, his heart sinking. But he still didn’t open his eyes. It had been such a good dream.
Tap. Tap. Tap.
‘All right,’ Harry mumbled, ‘I’m getting up.’
He sat up and Hagrid’s heavy coat fell off him. The hut was full of sunlight, the storm was over, Hagrid himself was asleep on the collapsed sofa and there was an owl rapping its claw on the window, a newspaper held in its beak.
Harry scrambled to his feet, so happy he felt as though a large balloon was swelling inside him. He went straight to the window and jerked it open. The owl swooped in and dropped the newspaper on top of Hagrid, who didn’t wake up. The owl then fluttered on to the floor and began to attack Hagrid’s coat.
‘Don’t do that.’
Harry tried to wave the owl out of the way, but it snapped its beak fiercely at him and carried on savaging the coat.
‘Hagrid!’ said Harry loudly. ‘There’s an owl –’
‘Pay him,’ Hagrid grunted into the sofa.
‘What?’
‘He wants payin’ fer deliverin’ the paper. Look in the pockets.’
Hagrid’s coat seemed to be made of nothing but pockets – bunches of keys, slug pellets, balls of string, mint
humbugs, teabags … finally, Harry pulled out a handful of strange-looking coins.

چطور به سرعت کلمات جدید را بیاموزیم؟

How to learn new words immidiately

》 Make a list of the new vocabulary 

》 Search new vocabulary in google

》 Write down the vocabulary and its meaning in English

》 Make sentences with new vocabulary

》Use the new words in your speaking

 

Day 2

〡BOOK 》 Alice in Wonderland

It was the White Rabbit, trotting slowly back again, and looking anxiously about as it went, as if it had lost something; and she heard it muttering to itself, “The Duchess! The Duchess! Oh, my dear paws! Oh, my fur and whiskers! She ’ll get me executed, as sure as ferrets are ferrets! Where can I have dropped them, I wonder!” Alice guessed in a moment that it was looking for the fan and the pair of white kid gloves, and she very good-naturedly began hunting about for them, but they were nowhere to be seen—everything seemed to have changed since her swim in the pool, and the great hall, with the glass table and the little door, had vanished completely.
Very soon the Rabbit noticed Alice, as she went hunting about, and called out to her in an angry tone, “Why, Mary Ann, what are you doing out here? Run home this moment, and fetch me a pair of gloves and a fan! Quick, now!” And Alice was so much frightened that she ran off at once in the direction it pointed to, without trying to explain the mistake that it had made.


“He took me for his housemaid,” she said to herself as she ran. “How surprised he ’ll be when he finds out who I am! But I’d better take him his fan and gloves—that is, if I can find them.” As she said this, she came upon a neat little house, on the door of which was a bright brass plate with the name “W. RABBIT,” engraved upon it. She went in without knocking, and hurried upstairs, in great fear lest she should meet the real Mary Ann, and be turned out of the house before she had found the fan and gloves.

چطور به سرعت کلمات جدید را بیاموزیم؟

How to learn new words immidiately

》 Make a list of the new vocabulary 

》 Search new vocabulary in google

》 Write down the vocabulary and its meaning in English

》 Make sentences with new vocabulary

》Use the new words in your speaking

 

Day 3

〡BOOK 》 50 Shades of Grey

Dr. Greene is tall, blond, and immaculate, dressed in a royal blue suit. I’m reminded of the women who work in Christian’s office. She’s like an identikit model – another Stepford blonde. Her long hair is swept up in an elegant chignon. She must be in her early forties.

“Mr. Grey.” She shakes Christian’s outstretched hand. “Thank you for coming at such short notice,” Christian says. “Thank you for making it worth my while, Mr. Grey. Miss Steele.” She smiles, her eyes cool and assessing.

We shake hands, and I know she’s one of those women who doesn’t tolerate fools gladly. Like Kate. I like her immediately. She gives Christian a pointed stare, and after an awkward beat, he takes his cue.

“I’ll be downstairs,” he mutters, and he leaves what will be my bedroom.

“Well Miss Steele. Mr. Grey is paying me a small fortune to attend to you. What can I do for you?”

After a thorough examination and lengthy discussion, Dr. Greene and I decide on the mini pill. She writes me a pre-paid prescription and instructs me to pick them up tomorrow. I love her no-nonsense attitude – she has lectured me until she’s as blue as her dress about taking it at the same time every day. And I can tell she’s burning with curiosity about my so-called relationship with Mr. Grey. I don’t give her any details. Somehow I don’t think she’d look so calm and collected if she’d seen his house. I flush as we pass its closed door and head back downstairs to the art gallery that is Christian’s living room.

چطور به سرعت کلمات جدید را بیاموزیم؟

How to learn new words immidiately

》 Make a list of the new vocabulary 

》 Search new vocabulary in google

》 Write down the vocabulary and its meaning in English

》 Make sentences with new vocabulary

》Use the new words in your speaking

 

Day 4

〡BOOK 》 Twilight

As soon as the door shut behind me, I was running. I remembered the time I had gotten lost from this bathroom,

because it had two exits.

Outside the far door it was only a short sprint to the elevators, and if Jasper stayed where he said he would, I’d

never be in his line of sight. I didn’t look behind me as I ran. This was my only chance, and even if he saw me, I had to keep going. People stared, but I ignored them. Around the corner the elevators were waiting, and I dashed forward, throwing my hand between the closing doors of a full elevator headed down. I squeezed in beside the irritated passengers, and checked to make sure that the button for level one had been pushed. It was already lit, and the doors closed.

As soon as the door opened I was off again, to the sound of annoyed murmurs behind me. I slowed myself as I passed the security guards by the luggage carousels, only to break into a run again as the exit doors came into view. I had no way of knowing if Jasper was looking for me yet.

I would have only seconds if he was following my scent. I jumped out the automatic doors, nearly smacking into the glass when they opened too slowly.

Along the crowded curb there wasn’t a cab in sight.

I had no time. Alice and Jasper were either about to realize I was gone, or they already had. They would find me in a heartbeat.

A shuttle to the Hyatt was just closing its doors a few feet behind me.

“Wait!” I called, running, waving at the driver.

“This is the shuttle to the Hyatt,” the driver said in confusion as he opened the doors.

“Yes,” I huffed, “that’s where I’m going.” I hurried up the steps.

He looked askance at my luggage-less state, but then shrugged, not caring enough to ask.

چطور به سرعت کلمات جدید را بیاموزیم؟

How to learn new words immidiately

》 Make a list of the new vocabulary 

》 Search new vocabulary in google

》 Write down the vocabulary and its meaning in English

》 Make sentences with new vocabulary

》Use the new words in your speaking

 

Day 5

〡BOOK 》 The Catcher in the Rye

The reason I was standing way up on Thomsen Hill, instead of down at the game, was because I’d just got back from New York with the fencing team. I was the goddam manager of the fencing team. Very big deal. We’d gone in to New York that morning for this fencing meet with McBurney School. Only, we didn’t have the meet. I left all the foils and equipment and stuff on the goddam subway. It wasn’t all my fault. I had to keep getting up to look at this map, so we’d know where to get off. So we got back to Pencey around two-thirty instead of around dinnertime. The whole team ostracized me the whole way back on the train. It was pretty funny, in a way.

The other reason I wasn’t down at the game was because I was on my way to say good-by to old Spencer, my history teacher. He had the grippe, and I figured I probably wouldn’t see him again till Christmas vacation started.

He wrote me this note saying he wanted to see me before I went home. He knew I wasn’t coming back to Pencey. I forgot to tell you about that. They kicked me out. I wasn’t supposed to come back after Christmas vacation on account of I was flunking four subjects and not applying myself and all. They gave me frequent warning to start

applying myself – especially around midterms, when my parents came up for a conference with old Thurmer – but I didn’t do it. So I got the ax. They give guys the ax quite frequently at Pencey. It has a very good academic rating, Pencey. It really does.

چطور به سرعت کلمات جدید را بیاموزیم؟

How to learn new words immidiately

》 Make a list of the new vocabulary 

》 Search new vocabulary in google

》 Write down the vocabulary and its meaning in English

》 Make sentences with new vocabulary

》Use the new words in your speaking

 

Day 6

〡BOOK 》 Eat, Pray, Love

The first meal I ate in Rome was nothing much. Just some homemade pasta (spaghetti carbonara) with a side order of sauteed spinach and garlic. (The great romantic poet Shelley once wrote a horrified letter to a friend in England about cuisine in Italy: “Young women of rank actually eat—you will never guess what—GARLIC!”) Also, I had one artichoke, just to try it; the Romans are awfully proud of their artichokes. Then there was a pop-surprise bonus side order brought over by the waitress for free—a serving of fried zucchini blossoms with a soft dab of cheese in the middle (prepared so delicately that the blossoms probably didn’t even notice they weren’t on the vine anymore).

After the spaghetti, I tried the veal. Oh, and also I drank a bottle of house red, just for me. And ate some warm bread, with olive oil and salt. Tiramisu for dessert.

Walking home after that meal, around 11:00 PM, I could hear noise coming from one of the buildings on my street, something that sounded like a convention of seven-year-olds—a birthday party, maybe? Laughter and screaming and running around. I climbed the stairs to my apartment, lay down in my new bed and turned off the light. I waited to start crying or worrying, since that’s what usually happened to me with the lights off, but I actually felt OK. I felt fine. I felt the early symptoms of contentment.

My weary body asked my weary mind: “Was this all you needed, then?”

There was no response. I was already fast asleep.

چطور به سرعت کلمات جدید را بیاموزیم؟

How to learn new words immidiately

》 Make a list of the new vocabulary 

》 Search new vocabulary in google

》 Write down the vocabulary and its meaning in English

》 Make sentences with new vocabulary

》Use the new words in your speaking

 

Day 7

〡BOOK 》 The Master and Margarita

Midnight was approaching, time to hurry. Peering into the dim surroundings, Margarita discerned some candles and an empty pool carved out of onyx. As Margarita stood in the pool Hella, assisted by Natasha, poured a thick, hot red liquid all over her. Margarita tasted salt on her lips and realised that she was being washed in blood. The bath of blood was followed by another liquid–dense, translucent and pink, and Margarita’s head swam with attar of roses. Next she was laid on a crystal couch and rubbed with large green leaves until she glowed.

The cat came in and began to help. It squatted on its haunches at Margarita’s feet and began polishing her instep like a shoeblack.

Margarita never remembered who it was who stitched her shoes out of pale rose petals or how those shoes fastened themselves of their own accord. A force lifted her up and placed her in front of a mirror: in her hair glittered a diamond crown. Koroviev appeared and hung on Margarita’s breast a picture of a black poodle in a heavy oval frame with a massive chain. Queen Margarita found this ornament extremely burdensome, as the chain hurt her neck and the picture pulled her over forwards. However, the respect with which Koroviev and Behemoth now treated her was some recompense for the discomfort.

‘There’s nothing for it,’ murmured Koroviev at the door of the room with the pool. ‘ You must wear it round your neck— you must… Let me give you a last word of advice, your majesty. The guests at the ball will be mixed- -oh, very mixed–but you must show no favouritism, queen Margot! If you don’t like anybody … I realise that you won’t show it in your face, of course not–but you must not even let it cross your mind! If you do, the guest is bound to notice it instantly. You must be sweet and kind to them all, your majesty. For that, the of the ball will be rewarded a hundredfold. And another thing– don’t neglect anybody or fail to notice them. Just a smile if you haven’t time to toss them a word, even just a little turn of your head! Anything you like except inattention–they can’t bear that. . . .’

چطور به سرعت کلمات جدید را بیاموزیم؟

How to learn new words immidiately

》 Make a list of the new vocabulary 

》 Search new vocabulary in google

》 Write down the vocabulary and its meaning in English

》 Make sentences with new vocabulary

》Use the new words in your speaking

 

Day 8

〡BOOK 》 The Twelve Chairs

Ippolit Matveyevich woke up as usual at half past seven, mumbled “Guten Morgen”, and went over to the

wash-basin. He washed himself with enthusiasm, cleared his throat, noisily rinsed his face, and shook his head to get rid of the water which had run into his ears. He dried himself with satisfaction, but on taking the towel away from his face, Ippolit Matveyevich noticed that it was stained with the same black colour that he had used to dye his horizontal moustache two days before. Ippolit Matveyevich’s heart sank. He rushed to get his pocket mirror. The mirror reflected a large nose and the left-hand side of a moustache as green as the grass in spring. He hurriedly shifted the mirror to the right. The right-hand mustachio was the same revolting colour.

Bending his head slightly, as though trying to butt the mirror, the unhappy man perceived that the jet black still reigned supreme in the centre of his square of hair, but that the edges were bordered with the same green colour.

Ippolit Matveyevich’s whole being emitted a groan so loud that Ostap Bender opened his eyes.

“You’re out of your mind!” exclaimed Bender, and immediately closed his sleepy lids.

“Comrade Bender,” whispered the victim of the Titanic imploringly.

Ostap woke up after a great deal of shaking and persuasion. He looked closely at Ippolit Matveyevich and burst into a howl of laughter. Turning away from the founder of the concession, the chief director of operations and technical adviser rocked with laughter, seized hold of the top of the bed, cried “Stop, you’re killing me!” and again was convulsed with mirth.

“That’s not nice of you, Comrade Bender,” said Ippolit Matveyevich and twitched his green moustache.

This gave new strength to the almost exhausted Ostap, and his hearty laughter continued for ten minutes.

Regaining his breath, he suddenly became very serious.

“Why are you glaring at me like a soldier at a louse? Take a look at yourself.”

“But the chemist told me it would be jet black and wouldn’t wash off, with either hot water or cold water, soap or paraffin. It was contraband.”

چطور به سرعت کلمات جدید را بیاموزیم؟

How to learn new words immidiately

》 Make a list of the new vocabulary 

》 Search new vocabulary in google

》 Write down the vocabulary and its meaning in English

》 Make sentences with new vocabulary

》Use the new words in your speaking

 

Day 9

〡BOOK 》 The Alchemist

The wind has many names. In that part of the world, it was called the sirocco, because it brought moisture from the oceans to the east. In the distant land the boy came from, they called it the levanter, because they believed that it brought with it the sands of the desert, and the screams of the Moorish wars. Perhaps, in the places beyond the pastures where his sheep lived, men thought that the wind came from Andalusia. But, actually, the wind came from no place at all, nor did it go to any place; that’s why it was stronger than the desert. Someone might one day plant trees in the desert, and even raise sheep there, but never would they harness the wind.

“You can’t be the wind,” the wind said. “We’re two very different things.”

“That’s not true,” the boy said. “I learned the alchemist’s secrets in my travels. I have inside me the winds, the deserts, the oceans, the stars, and everything created in the universe. We were all made by the same hand, and we have the same soul. I want to be like you, able to reach every corner of the world, cross the seas, blow away the sands that cover my treasure, and carry the voice of the woman I love.”

“I heard what you were talking about the other day with the alchemist,” the wind said. “He said that everything has its own destiny. But people can’t turn themselves into the wind.”

“Just teach me to be the wind for a few moments,” the boy said. “So you and I can talk about the limitless possibilities of people and the winds.”

چطور به سرعت کلمات جدید را بیاموزیم؟

How to learn new words immidiately

》 Make a list of the new vocabulary 

》 Search new vocabulary in google

》 Write down the vocabulary and its meaning in English

》 Make sentences with new vocabulary

》Use the new words in your speaking

 

Day 10

〡BOOK 》 The Great Gatsby

About half way between West Egg and New York the motor-road hastily joins the railroad and runs beside it for a quarter of a mile, so as to shrink away from a certain desolate area of land. This is a valley of ashes—a fantastic farm where ashes grow like wheat into ridges and hills and grotesque gardens where ashes take the forms of houses and chimneys and rising smoke and finally, with a transcendent effort, of men who move dimly and already crumbling through the powdery air. Occasionally a line of grey cars crawls along an invisible track, gives out a ghastly creak and comes to rest, and immediately the ash-grey men swarm up with leaden spades and stir up an impenetrable cloud which screens their obscure operations from your sight.

But above the grey land and the spasms of bleak dust which drift endlessly over it, you perceive, after a moment, the eyes of Doctor T. J. Eckleburg. The eyes of Doctor T. J. Eckleburg are blue and gigantic — their retinas are one yard high. They look out of no face but, instead, from a pair of enormous yellow spectacles which pass over a nonexistent nose. Evidently some wild wag of an oculist set them there to fatten his practice in the borough of Queens, and then sank down himself into eternal blindness or forgot them and moved away. But his eyes, dimmed a little by many paintless days under sun and rain, brood on over the solemn dumping ground.

The valley of ashes is bounded on one side by a small foul river, and when the drawbridge is up to let barges through, the passengers on waiting trains stare at the dismal scene for as long as half an hour. There is always a halt there of at least a minute and it was because of this that I first met Tom Buchanan’s mistress.

The fact that he had one was insisted upon wherever he was known. His acquaintances resented the fact that he turned up in popular restaurants with her and, leaving her at a table, sauntered about, chatting with whomsoever he knew. Though I was curious to see her I had no desire to meet her — but I did. I went up to New York with Tom on the train one afternoon and when we stopped by the ashheaps he jumped to his feet and taking hold of my elbow literally forced me from the car.

چطور به سرعت کلمات جدید را بیاموزیم؟

How to learn new words immidiately

》 Make a list of the new vocabulary 

》 Search new vocabulary in google

》 Write down the vocabulary and its meaning in English

》 Make sentences with new vocabulary

》Use the new words in your speaking

 

Day 11

〡BOOK 》 Gone with the Wind

When the twins left Scarlett standing on the porch of Tara and the last sound of flying hooves had died away, she went back to her chair like a sleepwalker. Her face felt stiff as from pain and her mouth actually hurt from having stretched it, unwillingly, in smiles to prevent the twins from learning her secret. She sat down wearily, tucking one foot under her, and her heart swelled up with misery, until it felt too large for her bosom. It beat with odd little jerks; her hands were cold, and a feeling of disaster oppressed her. There were pain and bewilderment in her face, the bewilderment of a pampered child who has always had her own way for the asking and who now, for the first time, was in contact with the unpleasantness of life. Ashley to marry Melanie Hamilton!

Oh, it couldn’t be true! The twins were mistaken. They were playing one of their jokes on her. Ashley couldn’t, couldn’t be in love with her. Nobody could, not with a mousy little person like Melanie. Scarlett recalled with contempt Melanie’s thin childish figure, her serious heart-shaped face that was plain almost to homeliness. And Ashley couldn’t have seen her in months. He hadn’t been in Atlanta more than twice since the house party he gave last year at Twelve Oaks. No, Ashley couldn’t be in love with Melanie, because–oh, she couldn’t be mistaken!–because he was in love with her! She, Scarlett, was the one he loved–she knew it!

Scarlett heard Mammy’s lumbering tread shaking the floor of the hall and she hastily untucked her foot and tried to rearrange her face in more placid lines. It would never do for Mammy to suspect that anything was wrong. Mammy felt that she owned the O’Haras, body and soul, that their secrets were her secrets; and even a hint of a mystery was enough to set her upon the trail as relentlessly as a bloodhound. Scarlett knew from experience that, if Mammy’s curiosity were not immediately satisfied, she would take up the matter with Ellen, and then Scarlett would

be forced to reveal everything to her mother, or think up some plausible lie.

چطور به سرعت کلمات جدید را بیاموزیم؟

How to learn new words immidiately

》 Make a list of the new vocabulary 

》 Search new vocabulary in google

》 Write down the vocabulary and its meaning in English

》 Make sentences with new vocabulary

》Use the new words in your speaking

 

Day 12

〡BOOK 》 A Song of Ice and Fire

There were no heralds, no banners, no horns nor drums, only the twang of bowstrings as Morrec and Lharys let fly, and suddenly the clansmen came thundering out of the dawn, lean dark men in boiled leather and mismatched armor, faces hidden behind barred halfhelms. In gloved hands were clutched all manner of weapons: longswords and lances and sharpened scythes, spiked clubs and daggers and heavy iron mauls. At their head rode a big man  in a striped shadowskin cloak, armed with a two-handed greatsword.

Ser Rodrik shouted “Winterfell!” and rode to meet him, with Bronn and Chiggen beside him, screaming some wordless battle cry. Ser Willis Wode followed, swinging a spiked morningstar around his head. “Harrenhal! Harrenhal!” he sang. Tyrion felt a sudden urge to leap up, brandish his axe, and boom out, “Casterly Rock!” but the insanity passed quickly and he crouched down lower.

He heard the screams of frightened horses and the crash of metal on metal. Chiggen’s sword raked across the naked face of a mailed rider, and Bronn plunged through the clansmen like a whirlwind, cutting down foes right and left. Ser Rodrik hammered at the big man in the shadowskin cloak, their horses dancing round each other as they traded blow for blow. Jyck vaulted onto a horse and galloped bareback into the fray. Tyrion saw an arrow sprout from the throat of the man in the shadowskin cloak. When he opened his mouth to scream, only blood came out. By the time he fell, Ser Rodrik was fighting someone else.

چطور به سرعت کلمات جدید را بیاموزیم؟

How to learn new words immidiately

》 Make a list of the new vocabulary 

》 Search new vocabulary in google

》 Write down the vocabulary and its meaning in English

》 Make sentences with new vocabulary

》Use the new words in your speaking

 

Day 13

〡BOOK 》 The Jungle Book

Akela lifted his head again and said, ‘He has eaten our food. He has slept with us. He has driven game for us. He has broken no word of the Law of the Jungle.’

‘Also, I paid for him with a bull when he was accepted. The worth of a bull is little, but Bagheera’s honor is something that he will perhaps fight for,’ said Bagheera in his gentlest voice.

‘A bull paid ten years ago!’ the Pack snarled. ‘What do we care for bones ten years old?’

‘Or for a pledge?’ said Bagheera, his white teeth bared under his lip. ‘Well are ye called the Free People!’

‘No man’s cub can run with the people of the jungle,’ howled Shere Khan. ‘Give him to me!’

‘He is our brother in all but blood,’ Akela went on, ‘and ye would kill him here! In truth, I have lived too long. Some of ye are eaters of cattle, and of others I have heard that, under Shere Khan’s teaching, ye go by dark night and snatch children from the villager’s doorstep. Therefore I know ye to be cowards, and it is to cowards I speak. It is certain that I must die, and my life is of no worth, or I would offer that in the man-cub’s place. But for the sake of the Honor of the Pack, — a little matter that by being without a leader ye have forgotten, — I promise that if ye let the man-cub go to his own place, I will not, when my time comes to die, bare one tooth against ye. I will die without fighting. That will at least save the Pack three lives. More I cannot do; but if ye will, I can save ye the shame that comes of killing a brother against whom there is no fault — a brother spoken for and bought into the Pack according to the Law of the Jungle.’

چطور به سرعت کلمات جدید را بیاموزیم؟

How to learn new words immidiately

》 Make a list of the new vocabulary 

》 Search new vocabulary in google

》 Write down the vocabulary and its meaning in English

》 Make sentences with new vocabulary

》Use the new words in your speaking

 

Day 14

〡BOOK 》 Karlsson-on-the-Roof

“I told you his name’s Karlsson and that he lives on the roof,” said Eric. “What’s so strange about that? People can live where they like, can’t they?”

“Now then, Eric, don’t be silly,” said Mommy. “You nearly frightened the life out of us. You might have got killed when the steam engine exploded. Don’t you realize that?”

“Yes, but all the same, Karlsson is the World’s Best Steam Engineer,” said Eric, looking solemnly at his mother. He had to make her understand that you could not say no when the World’s Best Steam Engineer offered to start your steam engine.

“You must take responsibility for your actions, Eric,” said Daddy, “and not blame someone called

Karlsson-on-the-Roof, who does not exist.”

“He does exist,” said Eric.

“And he can fly, too, I suppose,” said Bobby sarcastically.

“What if he can!” said Eric. “I hope he’ll come back. Then you’ll see for yourself.”

“I sure hope he comes tomorrow,” said Betty. “I’ll give you a dime, Eric, if you let me see Karlsson-on-the-Roof.”

“I don’t think he’ll come tomorrow,” said Eric, “because he’s due to go into a garage for servicing.”

“It seems to me you need a good servicing, too,” said Mommy. “Just look at that bookshelf!”

“‘It’s a small matter,’ says Karlsson.”

Eric spread his hand in a superior manner, exactly as Karlsson had done, as though to say to his mother that talking about the bookshelf was a lot of fuss over nothing. But she was not impressed.

“So that’s what Karlsson says, is it? Well, you may tell Karlsson for me that if he puts his nose in here again I shall give him such a servicing that he won’t forget it in a hurry,” she said.

چطور به سرعت کلمات جدید را بیاموزیم؟

How to learn new words immidiately

》 Make a list of the new vocabulary 

》 Search new vocabulary in google

》 Write down the vocabulary and its meaning in English

》 Make sentences with new vocabulary

》Use the new words in your speaking

 

Day 15

〡BOOK 》 The Little Prince

The second planet was inhabited by a conceited man.

“Ah! Ah! I am about to receive a visit from an admirer!” he exclaimed from afar, when he first saw the little prince coming.

For, to conceited men, all other men are admirers.

Good morning,” said the little prince. “That is a queer hat you are wearing.”

“It is a hat for salutes,” the conceited man replied. “It is to raise in salute when people acclaim me. Unfortunately, nobody at all ever passes this way.”

“Yes?” said the little prince, who did not understand what the conceited man was talking about.

Clap your hands, one against the other,” the conceited man now directed him.

The little prince clapped his hands. The conceited man raised his hat in a modest salute.

“This is more entertaining than the visit to the king,” the little prince said to himself. And he began again to clap his hands, one against the other. The conceited man against raised his hat in salute.

After five minutes of this exercise the little prince grew tired of the game’s monotony.

“And what should one do to make the hat come down?” he asked.

But the conceited man did not hear him. Conceited people never hear anything but praise.

“Do you really admire me very much?” he demanded of the little prince.

“What does that mean−− ‘admire’?”

“To admire mean that you regard me as the handsomest, the best−dressed, the richest, and the most intelligent man on this planet.”

“But you are the only man on your planet!”

“Do me this kindness. Admire me just the same.”

“I admire you,” said the little prince, shrugging his shoulders slightly, “but what is there in that to interest you so much?”

And the little prince went away.

“The grown−ups are certainly very odd,” he said to himself, as he continued on his journey.

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