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مطلبی که در ادامه خدمت شما ارائه میکنیم بسته جدید آموزش زبان انگلیسی است که به هدف ارتقای سطح زبان شما عزیزان آماده گردیده است.
در هر جلسه 5 پاراگراف از خبرگزاری های معتبر دنیا، در یک موضوع خاص انتخاب شده و 10 کلمه پرکاربرد و کلیدی از آن ها برگزیده می شود و همراه توضیح انگلیسی و معنی فارسی تقدیم حضورتان می گردد.
به امید خداوند پس از چند جلسه بررسی و یادگیری کلمات ضروری در یک حیطه ی مشخص قادر خواهیم بود متن های مربوط به آن موضوع را به سادگی مطالعه کنیم.
موضوع این جلسه: مذاکرات هسته ای
Deal: a secret or underhand agreement or bargain
Deadline: the latest time for finishing something; a line or limit that must not be passed
Sanction: action by one or more states toward another state calculated to force it to comply with legal obligations
Nuclear: operated or powered by atomic energy
Negotiator: a person who negotiate (negotiate: to deal or bargain with another)
Talk: a conference or negotiating session
Agreement: a contract or document containing such a settlement
Curb: control or restrain s.th
Deal: قرارداد Deadline: ضرب العجل، خط قرمز
Sanction: تحریم Nuclear: هسته ای
Negotiator: مذاکره کننده Talk:مذاکره
Agreement: توافق Curb: محدود کردن، مهار کردن
Negotiators from Tehran and six world powers are pushing to end a 12year.dispute over Iran’s nuclear programme.The talks aim to reach a settlement that would curb Iranian atomic activities in return for the phasing out of sanctions, but officials admitted that that the November 24 deadline is unlikely to be met.France, China, Russia, Germany, the United States and Britain want Iran to scale back its capacity to refine uranium, to prevent the production of a nuclear bomb, a key concern of neighbouring power Israel.
Talks on Iran’s nuclear programme have adjourned without Tehran clinching a final deal with the six world powers. Discussions are expected to reconvene at the end of December in the Omani capital Muscat.All parties were hoping to get an agreement by today’s self-imposed deadline. A European official said the possibility of securing a final agreement seemed “physically impossible”. The talks are aimed at securing a deal under which sanctions against Iran would be gradually lifted in exchange for curbs on its nuclear programme.
World powers and Iran agreed Monday to extend negotiations over Iran’s nuclear program for up to an additional seven months after they failed in a lastminute push to conclude a broad deal by a midnight deadline. Negotiators framed the extension as a chance to build on momentum achieved during a year of talks and said an interim agreement will continue to restrain any attempt by Iran to develop a nuclear weapon.
Iran and six world powers have renewed their quest for an elusive nuclear deal seen as crucial to reducing the risk of a wider Middle East war after negotiators failed for the second time in November to meet a self-imposed deadline. The major powers hope to persuade Iran to curb its nuclear program, which the West suspects may seek to develop atomic weapons, in exchange for a gradual easing of economic sanctions. Iran says its nuclear program is solely for peaceful purposes.
Iran and the six powers – Russia, China, Britain, France, the US and Germany are working to reach a final accord aimed at putting an end to the longstanding dispute over Tehran’s nuclear issue. Last month, the two sides failed to meet the November 24 deadline to sign a permanent nuclear deal. They agreed to extend their discussions until June 2015 so that they could resolve their differences and clinch a historic permanent accord.