Principles are beliefs, values or basic truths.
principal means the head of a school, or the main thing.
He has many principles. One of which is that we should all be kind to each other.
The principal actor in the play gave a great performance.
Emigrate , Immigrate
Emigrate means to move away from a city or country to live somewhere else.
Immigrate means to move into a country from somewhere else.
Chesters grandfather emigrated from Canada sixty years ago.
Poseys sister immigrated to Ireland in 2004.
Uncommon → rare , unusual
Not uncommon → ordinary, customary, usual
It is not uncommon for students to have bank loans.
It’s not uncommon for people to become ill when they travel.
It is not uncommon for a college student to live in a dormitory.
عبارت Like Chalk and cheese
Like chalk and cheese = completely different from each other
Their two daughters may look alike, but they are completely opposite to one another
پارتی بازی کردن
Example and description:
+ Francis pulled strings to get him out of trouble.
+ Samuels pulled strings to get her daughter a job in Mitchell’s office.
+ make use of one’s influence and contacts to gain an advantage unofficially or unfairly. “he tried to pull strings with people he knew to avoid being called up”.
مشاهده سایر ویدئوهای آموزشی در سایت موسسه ارسطو آیلتس کلاب
کانال آپارات موسسه ارسطو آیلتس کلاب
عبارات Call up, Call out, Call off
Call up: Phone someone
Call out: Shout something
Call off: Cancel
likewise = similarly
Iran is heavily dependent on its oil industry. Likewise, Iraq’s economy relies on its natural resources.
I put on my life jacket and told the children to do likewise.
In the same way,
In a similar vein,
phrasal verb formal
Meaning: to think that a belief or opinion is probably correct
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF
This can have both a positive and a negative meaning, but in both it simply means to take an opportunity.
When its positive, its taking an opportunity, usually financial, that benefits everyone.
When its negative, it means to take an opportunity, but by using another person.
You should take advantage of this 25% discount. At the party, she took advantage of the chance to meet new people.
He’s always taking advantage of his mother when he does not have any money. She always says yes. The insurance company totally took advantage of us.
opportunity = chance
At every available opportunity
At every possible opportunity
The opportunity of a lifetime
A window of opportunity