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پادکست شماره 04: مدرک دانشگاهی

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سطح : سخت / موضوع: مدرک دانشگاهی / سخنران: بین خانم و آقا / طول: 02:38

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تمرینات قبل از گوش دادن به پادکست

برخی از کارهایی که برای ثبت نام در دانشگاه و موفقیت در تحصیل در آن سطح باید انجام دهید چیست؟ مزایای بالقوه دریافت مدرک آنلاین چیست؟

چند تمرین آنلاین :

برای انجام فعالیت های زیر از اینترنت استفاده کنید:

تمام هزینه های اخذ مدرک دانشگاهی چقدر است؟

برخی از روش های کسب درآمد دانشجویان برای پرداخت شهریه دانشگاه چیست؟

مدرسه ای را که دوست دارید در آن تحصیل کنید پیدا کنید و از وب سایت آنها دیدن کنید. سپس ، در مورد هزینه حضور در آن موسسه برای یک سال کامل ، از جمله شهریه ، هزینه های مدرسه ، کتاب و مسکن تحقیق کنید. همچنین ، هزینه های اضافی از جمله مراقبت های بهداشتی ، غذا و سایر موارد را در نظر بگیرید.

چه هزینه های اضافی ممکن است در مدرسه متحمل شوید؟

پادکست

تمرین

لطفا با دقت به پادکست زیر گوش دهید و بهمراه آن گفتگو را بخوانید. در نهایت، واژگان کلیدی و جملات نمونه را مرور کنید.

Daughter: Uh, Dad. Are you going to miss me when I leave for college next week?

Father: Yahoo!

Daughter: No, Dad . . . seriously. I mean you’re always talking about how much money you’ll save on food, hot water, and gas while I am gone.

Father: Of course I will . . . no, uh, well, I’ll miss you, of course. No, honestly, I’ll miss and worry about you, and you’ve really tried to prepare yourself. You know, I’m proud of you for that. You know, getting a university degree is a real accomplishment.

Daughter: Exactly.

Father: But, let’s go over the to-do list. Do you have everything ready? I mean, did you pay your tuition and housing fees by the deadline? [Yeap.] Because, you know, if you don’t, you’ll lose your class schedule, and you have to register all over again.

Daughter: Yeah, I paid for that a few days ago.

Father: Okay, did you sign up for the meal plan at the university so you don’t have to eat instant noodles everyday?

Daughter: Yeap. But Mom said I could take some food from home to get me started.

Father: Uhhh, well, yeah. The oatmeal is in the pantry.

Daughter: Dad! Mom said I could take a bag of rice, some canned food, and . . .

Father: . . . and grandpa’s old army rations.

Daughter: Ugh! Not that old stuff. Mom!

Father: Okay, okay. And you know you should set up an appointment to meet with your academic advisor to help you select future classes, right? [Yeah.] You know, business administration will be a great major for you.

Daughter: Well, Dad, uh . . .

Father: And future possibilities . . . a great salary, opportunities to make a difference in the community, and [Dad. I changed my major.] supporting . . .

Father: What? You changed you major . . . you switched majors!?

Daughter: Yeah. I really thought about it. After talking it over with Mom, I’ve decided to major in wildlife science.

Father: What? What are you talking about?

Daughter: Yeah. I want to degree in wildlife science. You know, analyzing, maintaining, and conserving national forests and wildlife.

Father: What? Uh, uhh . . .

Daughter: Dad. You can close your mouth now. I mean, I’ve ALWAYS been interested in working with nature; [Well.] You know that, and this field will give me the opportunity to live out my dream. [Well . . . ] I’ve also looked through the online university catalog, and I actually qualify for a two-year, full tuition scholarship.

Father: Wait. When did this all happen?

Daughter: I can even go on to graduate school and further my education . . . after Todd and I get married, of course.

Father: Graduate school . . . Todd? Wait, wait, wait!! Who’s Todd? Ah, what’s next?

Daughter: Thanks for the credit card. Mom said it was a present. And I just tried it out to make sure it worked, and I had no problem buying my new laptop computer. [Oh, I’m doomed!] Uh, Dad, where are you going?

Father: Uh, I’ve decided to enroll in night school to get another degree. That’s the only way I’m going to pay for your college.

اصطلاحات:

buckle down” = شروع به سخت کار کردن

“If you don’t buckle down and save money, you’ll never be able to afford college.”

hand to mouth” = با پول کمی به زندگی ادامه دادن

“My father lived hand to mouth while he was trying to finish college.”

جملات و واژگان نمونه

yahoo (interjection): صدا یا عبارتی که موقع هیجان زده شدن بیان میشود.

– Yahoo! I won two tickets to the concert.

accomplishment (noun): دستاورد ، موفقیت در کاری پس از تلاش فروان

– The company recognized my father’s accomplishments and gave him a promotion.

tuition (noun): شهریه  

– I had to work all summer at two jobs to earn enough money for college tuition.

pantry (noun): کمد یا انباری کوچک که در آن غذا نگهداری می شود

– My sister took a lot of food from the pantry before she left for college.

rations (noun): جیره بندی ، مقدار غذایی که برای هر وعده غذایی داده می شود ، به ویژه هنگامی که در زمان جنگ یا شرایط اضطراری مقدار زیادی موجود نباشد

– The soldiers survived on rations during the darkest days of the war.

talk it over (phrasal verb): قبل از تصمیم گیری درباره یک مسئله یا وضعیت بحث کردن

– You really need to talk it over with your parents before you decide to transfer to another school.

analyze (verb ):تجزیه و تحلیل ، بررسی  کردن

– The rescue workers quickly analyzed the situation before they entered the building.

maintain (verb): حفظ کردن ، مراقبت کردن از چیزی

– You really need to maintain all of your hiking gear in good condition because you never know when you’ll need it.

conserve (verb): کنسرو کردن ، جلوگیری  کردن از خراب شدن چیزی

– If the missing hikers conserve their energy and food, they should be able to survive a few more days.

live out (phrasal verb): کاری را که از قبل برای آن برنامه ریزی شده انجام دادن

– Although my grandfather was quite old, he was able to live out his dream of graduating from high school, something he wasn’t able to do 60 years ago.

further (verb): ترویج دادن ، بیشتر کردن

– The university wants to further educational opportunities by providing additional scholarships.

be doomed (verb): محکوم شدن ، خراب شدن ، بهم ریختن

– My sister’s plan to go to college was doomed from the beginning because she had terrible grades in high school, and she hadn’t saved any money for tuition.

enroll in (verb): رفتن یا شرکت کردن در چیزی

– More and more students are enrolling in computer science because they see a future in that field.

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