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لغات موضوعی ایلتس با عنوان شهر

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 شهر را بررسی کنیم .

لغات موضوعی ایلتس با عنوان شهر

آزمون تعیین سطح گاما

لغات و کالوکیشن های پرتکرار با موضوع شهر “City or Town”

یکی از موضوعات پرتکرار آزمون آیلتس که اکنون می خواهیم به آن بپردازیم، موضوع “شهر” می باشد. این موضوع ممکن است در حالت های مختلف به عنوان سوال مطرح شود. ممکن است در غالب شهر محل زندگی شما و یا حتی آخرین شهری که به آن سفر کرده اید بیان شود. موضوعات مرتبط با “city” که می توانند در یک دسته قرار بگیرند، Hometown, Village, Living place, City, Tourism, Country می باشند. در روز آزمون مکالمه می توانید از کلمات و عبارات پیشنهاد شده که در ادامه آمده اند، کمک بگیرید. لغات موضوعی ایلتس با عنوان شهر :

  1. To get around

To travel to a lot of places: 2. to be able to go to different places without difficulty, especially if you are old or ill

  1. High-rise flats

Multi-story apartments

  1. Inner-city

The central part of a city where people live and where conditions are often poor

  1. In the suburbs

An outlying district of a city, especially a residential one.

  1. Lively bars/restaurants

Bars or restaurants with a good atmosphere

  1. Local facilities

Local buildings or services serving the public

  1. Multi-story car parks

Car parks on several floors

  1. Office block

A large building that contains offices

  1. Out of town shopping Centre/retail park

Large shopping centers outside of the town or city

  1. Places of interest

Buildings that have a particular interest for visitors

  1. Poor housing

Housing that is not in good condition

  1. Public spaces

Areas in a town or city that are open to the public

  1. Public transport system

Public vehicles such as buses and trains that operate at regular times on fixed routes

  1. Run down

Old and of a poor standard

  1. Shopping Centre

An area consisting of multiple shops

  1. Shopping malls

Large indoor shopping centers

  1. Tourist attraction

A place of interest to tourists

  1. (Congestion (traffic congestion

[Uncountable] heavy traffic making it difficult to move around a town or city

  1. Resident

Living in a particular place

  1. (Immigrant (immigrants

A person who has come to live permanently in a country that is not their own

  1. Infrastructure

The basic systems and services that are necessary for a country or an organization to run smoothly, for example buildings, transport and water

  1. Set in their ways

Not wanting to change.

  1. Fine

Being made to pay money for breaking the law.

  1. Conspicuous

(= noticeable; easily seen; prominent; striking)

Clearly visible/ attracting notice or attention

  1. Municipal

Of a city or town

  1. Amenity

Amenities are things such as shopping centers or sports facilities that are provided for people’s convenience, enjoyment, or comfort

  1. Commuter (commuters)

A person who travels into a city to work each day, usually from quite far away

  1. Housing

[Uncountable] houses, flats/apartments, etc. that people live in, especially when referring to their type, price or condition

  1. (Inhabitant (inhabitants

The inhabitants of a place are the people who live there.

  1. Neighborhood

A neighborhood is one of the parts of a town where people live.

  1. Bustling

A bustling place is full of people who are very busy or lively

  1. Pioneering

Introducing ideas and methods that have never been used before

  1. Urban

Connected with a town or city

  1. Investment / funding

Money to pay for an activity, either from government or business

  1. Transport hubs

Centers where many routes converge

  1. bottleneck

A place where congestion regularly happens

  1. Overcrowding

A situation where too many people try to live in one place

  • hinterland

The area around a city affected by its development

  • ​ to settle in a place

To move and live there permanently, usually with work and a family

  1. Urban sprawl

The situation where a city expands and buildings are constructed without control or laws

  1. hustle and bustle

Busy and noisy activity of a lot of people in one place.

  1. Concrete jungle

An overcrowded, unsafe and/or crime-ridden

  1. Concrete jungle

An overcrowded, unsafe and/or crime-ridden urban environment or city, characterized by the congestion of large buildings and roads.

  1. Pavement

A flat part at the side of a road for people to walk on

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

مصاحبه ی مکالمه آزمون آیلتس با موضوع شهر

برای تسلط بیشتر و بهتر در روز آزمون اسپیکینگ خود سعی کنید با مطالعه نمونه سوالات پرتکرار آزمون با موضوع شهر و کشور و تطبیق جواب سوالات با ویژگی های 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.

  1. Where are you from?
    Well, I am from (…say the place’s name you are from…) which is in (…city or district name…). It is a famous town which has a rich tradition and history. I am proud to be born there.
  2. Do you live in a village or in a town?
    I live in a town which is (…say the town name…). It is, in fact, a very big town with more than 2 million populations. In recent years very rapid development took place in this town and it looks more like a large modern city these days, especially the northern part of the city.
  3. Who do you live with?
    I live with my family. My family consists of my parents, my 3 siblings, my grandma and one of our younger uncles. We have a large number of house staffs who work for us and live in our house.
  4. What kind of place is it?
    This is a large town with a very large number of people living there. The town has two main parts: old town and modern town. The old town reflects the traditional building, old ways of businesses and life and that will give you an impression of the history of this town. On the other hand, the new part, which is in the northern part of the town, has gone through numerous developments in the last few years and it is usually a busy part. People are amiable, educated and they live in peace and harmony, which is the most attractive part of our town, in my opinion. The city has a small area which is occupied by tea gardens and has a small river and many fountains. This is the most beautiful part of our town. Overall, my town is beautiful and it is a good place to live in.
  5. What kinds of people live there? 
    Well, the population of my town is around 2 million and most of them are educated. That is why a majority of them are either service holders or own their own businesses. The people are quite well behaved and amiable. If someone visits our town will get a good impression about the local people. Many people work in their shops and run restaurant businesses. The women are mostly housewives but some of them are in teaching and banking professions as well. The local history of people who originally migrated here 200 years ago is not that much known to us. However, we learned that our ancestors were mostly farmers and they picked this place because the farming land here was fertile.
  6. What kind of place do you live in (a house or an apartment)?
    Well, I live in a house. This is basically the house my grandfather used to own. After his death my father inherited it and he improved the construction of the house in many aspects. This is a big house with over 2 acres of area. The main house has a three-storied building and the large garden in front of the house is the most attractive part of our house. I would say we have more people working for the maintenance of this big house than the number of family members we have.
  7. Do you think it’s better to live in a house or an apartment? Why? 
    I would say living in a house has far more advantages than living in an apartment. Big houses are spacious, have a garden and other places while an apartment has comparatively smaller rooms and no additional place. The houses give us an opportunity to live freely and there are very few privacy issues. On the contrary, an apartment has some rooms with no place for gardening and playing. The whole building is shared with many other families and that creates the privacy issues. You can reconstruct or build new facilities in a house which is quite impossible in an apartment. However, maintaining a big house requires more effort than it is required for an apartment. Finally, I would say I always prefer living in a house than living in an apartment.
  8. How do people choose their place to live? 
    Well, if you mean the area where people choose to live, then I would say that depends on where they were born, where they inherited property and where they move for work, education and business. 

زبان آموزان محترم دقت داشته باشید که این پاسخ ها صرفا به عنوان مثال آورده شده اند و در روز آزمون مکالمه فقط برای ایده گرفتن از این جملات استفاده کنند.

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