امروز 31 ام شهریور ماه سال 1396 خورشیدی مصادف با 22 ام ماه سپتامبر سال 2017 میلادی

7 سریال برگزیده برای یادگیری زبان انگلیسی

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سریال همیشه یکی از بهترین روش های یادگیری و تقویت زبان به شما می آیند و بحث در مورد اینکه کدام سریال برای یادگیری انگلیسی بهتر یا بهترین است بحث همیشگی بین زبان آموزان و یا اساتید زبان بوده و هست .

برای مثال سریال های طنز مثل Friends برای یادگیری بسیار مناسب هستند و خصوصا برای کسانی که اولین بار است می خواهند از سریال بعنوان یک منبع اموزشی بهره ببرند چون

  • قسمت های سریال Friends کوتاه هستند
  • شخصیت های داستان محدود به چند نفر می باشند
  • مکالمات زیادی صورت میگیرد
  • مکالمات روزمره و کاربردی هستند
  • خاصیت طنز سریال دلیلی خواهد شد که سریال خسته کننده نباشد

و اما در ادامه 7 سریال برگزیده را برای شما معرفی میکنیم که میتوانید از آنها برای یادگیری زبان استفاده نمایید . می توانید یک بار با زیرنویس فارسی ,دفعه بعد با زیرنویس انگلیسی و در نهایت بدون هیچ زیرنویسی تماشا کنید فقط یادمون نره هدف یادگیریه .

 

Friends

[United – States – 1994/2004- 10 seasons – Sitcom/Comedy] Friends

Few people don’t know Ross, Rachel, Chandler, Monica, Joey and Phoebe, the famous cast of Friends. The story follows the lives of a group of New Yorkers in their 30s. With 10 unbelievable seasons, the show is full of wit and laughter. It’s perfect for a relaxed evening. You quickly get attached to the 6 people, and I will admit that I felt rather sad when I watched the last episode of the last season.

Language Concerns

This show is ideal to start with because the English is not hard to understand. They use vocabulary that you would use in real-life situations. I had started with subtitles and then stopped using them with the last season. I really owe a large part of my English comprehension skills to Friends. You can easily find used copies for pretty cheap online. Otherwise, you can buy them here: Buy Friends on Amazon

 

How I Met Your Mother

[United-States – 2005/2013 6 seasons – Sitcom/Comedy] How I Met Your Mother

A sitcom that resembles Friends in many ways, this show is a more modern version and has known tremendous success. It follows a group of friends In New York (like Friends) but it’s more frank aboutrelationships, drinking, etc. The actors bring to life their characters who constantly find themselves involved in some situation. Even though I loved Friends, I think this sitcom is a close second.

Language Concerns

Like Friends, the English is not too difficult (although there is a lot of slang). You get plenty of practical vocabulary relevant to socializing. Download it here on iTunesOther sitcoms: There are loads of different sitcoms for every taste. If you don’t like shows like Friends, take a look at this list. I also suggest The Simpsons, The Office, and Modern Family. Don’t hesitate to share the shows you’ve fallen in love with in the comments section below!

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Lost

[United States  – 2004/2010 – 6 seasons – Adventure, Science-Fiction] 

Following a plane accident, a group of survivors found themselves on an apparently remote, lifeless Pacific island. While waiting for help, they must learn how to survive on the island and with each other. But the isolated area also contains many mysteries… Lost is a very captivating series and was put together very well. The action unfolds on two levels: in the present, you see the mysteries of the island; in flashbacks, you see the past of one of the characters. What’s amazing is that this show manages to pull you in and keep you interested, with situations that build upon each other in interesting ways. I’ve watched 3 or 4 episodes at a time, only stopping because of not being able to stay up any longer.

Language Concerns

In Lost, you hear a wide range of accents, which helps train your ear. You can really hear the differences in the characters’ English, whether they are young, old, American, British, Australian, or Scottish. The vocabulary is varied and covers many areas since each character has his or her own unique way of talking. You can download Season One on iTunes here.

 
 

 

Prison Break

[United States – 2005/2009- 4 seasons – Action, Thriller] Prison Break

Lincoln Burrows is waiting on Death Row in Fox River penitentiary after having been found guilty of murdering the U.S. Vice President’s brother. But Michael Scofield thinks his brother Lincoln is a scapegoat, and being blamed. He devises a plan to not only get incarcerated in the same jail as his brother, but to also escape together. The young protagonist’s knack for architecture allows him to craft a brilliant plan, which is one of the most fascinating things about the show. The political angle and major suspense also make it a good watch.

Language Matters

After having watched all 4 seasons, I’ve mastered vocabulary dealing with criminal behavior, incarcerated life, and engineering. Since the plot takes place in an American prison, there’s plenty of slang and a good amount of strong language. Download Prison Break on iTunes here

 

Breaking Bad

Breaking Bad

[United States – 2008/2013 – 5 seasons – Drama]

An honest Chemistry professor (Walter White, 50 years old) is afflicted with cancer, and to take care of his pregnant wife, and his handicapped son, he begins making drugs with one of his former students.
This series is one of the best. It’s got suspense, beautiful visuals, and great acting. It’s my favorite series (Sam).

Language Matters

A little like Prison Break, the vocabulary you learn with Breaking Bad is criminal and drug talk. Jesse Pinkman uses a lot of slang, but Walter White, the teacher, talks rather normally.

 
 

 

Grey’s Anatomy

[United States – 2005 – 7+ seasons – Medical Drama] 

The Grey of the title refers to Meredith, a surgeon in residence at the make-believe Seattle Hospital.  The series alternatives between the stories of patients and those of the doctors. Slowly but surely, we learn about each person that works there and the relationship they have with each other. Grey’s Anatomy episodes are well written. Each case involves a mix of themes including friendship, love, jeaousy, and life.

Language Matters

Obviously in a series like this one, you hear a lot of medical and scientific terminology. Even native speakers may not understand much of this jargon. Besides the specialized vocabulary, you do get to hear manyidiomatic expressions (common phrases that don’t translate easily into other languages). Download it on iTunes here.

 

Californication

[United States – 2007-  still on air – 6+ seasons – Comedy] 

Californication tells the existential ups and downs in the life of Hank Moody, a writer from New York who is working on his nihilistic book God Hates Us All.  Forced to move to Los Angeles, which he hates, the protagonist is torn between his attempts to salvage his career and his relationship with his ex (whom he still loves, and with whom he has a child). The show is funny, with David Duchovny playing the main character. Between sexual adventures, alcohol and writing, Californication speaks on hedonism and transgressive philosophy in a funny way, with the media industry of California in the background.

 


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