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لغات موضوعی ایلتس با عنوان ویژگی های شخصی personality

در مقالات قبل در رابطه با تقسیم بندی کلمات بر اساس موضوع و تاثیر آن ها بر یادگیری و بالا بردن سطح زبان شما صحبت کردیم. در این صفحه نیز بر آن شده ایم تا با تعدادی دیگر از لغات و کالوکیشن های ضروری موضوعات پرتکرار آیلتس در خدمت شما باشیم. در این مقاله از آموزش لغات پر تکرار آیلتس میخواهیم لغات موضوعی و کالوکیشن های ضروری ایلتس با عنوان ویژگی های شخصی را بررسی کنیم .

لغات موضوعی ایلتس با عنوان ویژگی های شخصی personality

لغات و کالوکیشن های پرتکرار با موضوع ویژگی های شخصیتی personality

  1. To be the life and soul of the party

A fun person, someone who is the center of activity

  1. Broad-minded

Prepared to accept other views or behaviors

  1. Easy-going

Relaxed and not easily worried about anything

  1. Extrovert

An energetic person who likes the company of others

  1. Fun-loving

To enjoy having fun

  1. Good company

Enjoyable to socialize with

  1. Good sense of humor

The ability to understand what is funny

  1. Introvert

Opposite of Extrovert, Unsociable

  1. Laid-back

See ‘easy-going’

  1. To lose one’s temper

To suddenly become angry

  1. Painfully shy

Very shy

  1. Quick-tempered

To become angry quickly

  1. Reserved

Shy

  1. Self-centered

Thinks only of oneself

  1. Self-confident

Believes in one’s own ability or knowledge

  1. To take after

To be like (often another member of the family)

  1. Thick-skinned

Not easily affected by criticism

  1. Trustworthy

Can be trusted

  1. Aggravate

(= make worse; intensify)

Make (a problem, injury, or offence) worse or more serious

  1. Benevolent

(Especially of people in authority) kind, helpful and generous

  1. Well-mannered

Having good manners, courteous

  1. dedicated

Working hard at something because it is very important to you

  1. The underprivileged

People having less money and fewer opportunities than most people in society.

  1. discouraged

Feeling less confident of less enthusiastic about something

  1. Seek one’s advice
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اسپیکینگ speaking ایلتس جنرال و اکادمیک

Ask sb for an opinion or suggestion about what sb should do

  1. A sense of security

The state of feeling certain, safe.

  1. Owe gratitude to somebody

Feel grateful and want to express your thanks to somebody

  1. The underprivileged

People having less money and fewer opportunities than most people in society.

  1. Discouraged

Feeling less confident of less enthusiastic about something

  1. Seek one’s advice

Ask sb for an opinion or suggestion about what sb should do

  1. A sense of security

The state of feeling certain, safe.

  1. Owe gratitude to somebody

Feel grateful and want to express your thanks to somebody

  1. To have social skills

To have the personal skills required for successful communication and interaction

نکته مهم در هنگام یادگیری لغات موضوعی ایلتس با موضوع ویژگی های شخصیتی این است که باید کلمات را با اصول یاد بگیرید. سعی کنید حتما تلفظ صحیح لغات موضوعی ایلتس با موضوع ویژگی های شخصیتی را به همراه مثال های مرتبط آن ها در دیکشنری یا گوگل پیدا کنید.

مصاحبه ی مکالمه آزمون آیلتس با موضوع ویژگی های شخصیتی

برای تسلط بیشتر و بهتر در روز آزمون اسپیکینگ خود سعی کنید با مطالعه نمونه سوالات پرتکرار آزمون با موضوع رفتار و ویژگی های رفتاری و لغات موضوعی ایلتس با موضوع ویژگی های شخصیتی و تطبیق جواب سوالات با زندگی شخصی خود، هرچه بیشتر و بهتر برای امتحان آماده شوید. به لغات و کالوکیشن های ضروری موضوعات پرتکرار آیلتس در پاسخ سوالات دقت کنید و سعی داشته باشید که آن ها را در عبارت به خاطر بسپارید. هم چنین برای تعدادی از لغات، لغات هم معنی آورده شده است. با استفاده از آن ها و تنوع بخشی به پاسخ خود، گرفتن نمره ی بالاتر در آیلتس خود را تضمین کنید. نمونه سوال مصاحبه با استفاده از لغات موضوعی ایلتس با عنوان ویژگی های شخصی در زیر اورده شده :

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آموزش جملات معلوم و مجهول زبان انگلیسی

.Describe an interesting old person you have met

:You should say

  • who that person is
  • how you have met that person
  • where you met him/her
  • And explain why you think he/she was interesting

:Sample Answer 

Each person, young or old, is “unique” and “interesting” in his/her own rights since we all are different from each other in the ways we think, we talk, we feel and we behave. However, I try to avoid using the word “old” in isolation at all costs if it is not followed by some fine “adjectives” such as “interesting”, “intriguing” or “versatile”, since it could end up in meaning something derogative. Anyway, thank you for offering me the opportunity to talk about an interesting old person whom I met in a waiting room while waiting to catch my train at a railway station, about a year ago.

He was probably in his early 70’s. I didn’t really feel like talking to him or anybody, even though I was sitting very close to him because I was really exhausted after finishing a long and tiring day at work. All I needed was some quiet and relaxing time. But, unfortunately, that was not supposed to happen because I needed to go out in order to grab some snacks to please my “growling” stomach. I was very hungry. So, I requested the “aged” gentleman, sitting next to me, to watch my luggage just for a little while I was gone for buying something to eat. In response, he opened his little bag and offered me some cookies that were kept in it. I chose to oblige because I wasn’t really in a mood to talk or argue with anybody.

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لغات موضوعی ایلتس با عنوان ورزش

Eating cookies and thinking if I would make another attempt to go out because those cookies were just not enough for me, and just then he asked me for how long I was starving. I said “not more than 10 hours” in response. He smiled and then asked me again, “do you know how many people go to bed hungry every night?” I said that I had no idea. He said, “Almost 10% of the world population goes to bed hungry every night without knowing what they are going to eat the next day.” He also told me that he hardly ate more than twice a day, and his rather “thin” shape bears testimony to his “limited food consumption”. Suddenly, the train arrived, and we were ready to go. So, we just parted after greeting each other.

The conversation was brief, and I never really met that senior citizen before. But what was really interesting that I felt like he had some “authority” on me, and that I needed to listen to him even if I was not really in a mood to follow. In fact, up until I met that interesting senior gentleman, I had no idea that a person could be so passionate about learning the plights of other people in this world. But, the most fascinating thing about that “aged” person was he actually thought that he could make a difference in the world at his “not-so-young” age, and he surely proved it in his action by trying to feed a hungry person like me even though I didn’t ask for it.

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