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63 [sixty-three]

Asking questions 2

 


‫63 [شصت و سه]‬

‫سؤال کردن 2‬

 

 
I have a hobby.
‫من یک سرگرمی دارم.‬
man yek sargarmi dâram.
I play tennis.
‫من تنیس بازی می کنم.‬
man tenis bâzi mikonam.
Where is the tennis court?
‫ زمین تنیس کجاست؟‬
zamine tenis kojâst?
 
 
 
 
Do you have a hobby?
‫آیا تو یک سرگرمی داری؟‬
âyâ to yek sargarmi dâri?
I play football / soccer (am.).
‫من فوتبال بازی می کنم.‬
man footbâl bâzi mikonam.
Where is the football / soccer (am.) field?
‫ زمین فوتبال کجاست؟‬
zamine footbâl kojâst?
 
 
 
 
My arm hurts.
‫دستم درد می کند.‬
dastam dard mikonad.
My foot and hand also hurt.
‫دست و پایم هم درد می کنند.‬
dast-o-pâyam ham dard mikonand.
Is there a doctor?
‫ یک دکتر کجاست؟‬
yek doktor kojâst?
 
 
 
 
I have a car / an automobile.
‫من یک خودرو دارم.‬
man yek khodro dâram.
I also have a motorcycle.
‫من یک موتورسیکلت هم دارم.‬
man yek motor-siklet ham dâram.
Where could I park?
‫ پارکینگ کجاست؟‬
pârking kojâst?
 
 
 
 
I have a sweater.
‫من یک پلیور دارم.‬
man yek poliver dâram.
I also have a jacket and a pair of jeans.
‫من یک کاپشن و یک شلوار جین نیز دارم.‬
man yek kâpshen va yek shalvâre jin niz dâram.
Where is the washing machine?
‫ماشین لباس شویی کجاست؟‬
mâshine lebâs-shu-yee kojâst?
 
 
 
 
I have a plate.
‫من یک بشقاب دارم.‬
man yek bosh-ghâb dâram.
I have a knife, a fork and a spoon.
‫من یک کارد، یک چنگال و یک قاشق دارم.‬
man yek kârd, yek changâl va yek ghâshogh dâram.
Where is the salt and pepper?
‫نمک و فلفل کجاست؟‬
namak va felfel kojâst?
 
 
 
 
 


Bodies react to speech

Speech is processed in our brain. Our brain is active when we listen or read. This can be measured using various methods. But not only our brain reacts to linguistic stimuli. Recent studies show that speech also activates our body. Our body works when it hears or reads certain words. Above all, words that describe physical reactions. The word smile is a good example of this. When we read this word, we move our "smile muscle". Negative words also have a measurable effect. An example of this is the word pain. Our body exhibits a clear pain reaction when we read this word. It could be said then that we imitate that which we read or hear. The more vivid the speech is, the more we react to it. A precise description has a strong reaction as a result. The activity of the body was measured for a study. Test subjects were shown various words. There were positive and negative words. The facial expressions of the test subjects changed during the tests. The movements of the mouth and forehead varied. That proves that speech has a strong effect on us. Words are more than just a means of communication. Our brain translates speech into body language. How exactly that works hasn't been researched yet. It is possible that the results of the study will have consequences. Physicians are discussing how best to treat patients. Because many ill people must undergo a long round of therapy. And there is a lot of talking in the process…

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______ is the native language of more than 90 million people. These people live primarily in ______y, Austria and Switzerland. ______ is also spoken in Belgium, Liechtenstein, northern Italy, and Luxembourg. In addition to the native speakers, there are 80 million people who understand ______. ______ is one of the most-learned foreign languages. It is counted among the West ______ic languages, like English and Dutch. It was also influenced by other languages over many centuries. This is due to the fact that the language region is located in the middle of Europe.

Nowadays, English terms above all are integrated into the ______ vocabulary. Another hallmark of the ______ language is the many different dialects. These are increasingly losing importance, however. The standard language is becoming more and more widespread, especially through the media. Because of this, many schools want to teach dialects again. ______ grammar is not especially easy, but it is worth the trouble! ______ is among the ten most important languages of the world.

 

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