الاثنين، 23 أبريل 2012

محادثة مسموعة باللغة الانجليزية عن كيف تكتب رسالة writing a letter على فيديو

تحميل محادثة فيديو بالانجليزية عن كيف تكتب رسالة writing a letter, داونلود حوار بالانجليزية لتعليم النطق بالكلمات والمصطلحات والعبارات الانجليزية التي تستعمل في التحدث عن كيف تكتب رسالة writing a letter, أهم طرق ووسائل مناقشة ودراسة بالانجليزية, تعليم محادثة عن كيف تكتب رسالة writing a letter في الانجليزية, حوار أو ديالوج باللغة الانجليزية لتعلم كيفية نطق اللغة الانجليزية, تعلم امريكان انغلش بسرعة, تعليم محادثة مع الكتابة والصوت عن كيف تكتب رسالة writing a letter في اللغة الانجليزية,  أسهل وأبسط طرق تعلم اللغة الانجليزية من النت وأفضل من السكايب, دراسة وتعليم الانجليزية عبر الكورسات الصوتية المجانية لجميع المبتدئيين والمتوسطين. في هذا الموقع سوف تتقن الانجليزية بسرعة وسهولة وسيكون بمقدورك التحدث مثل الناطقين باللغة الانجليزية كلغة ام.

A letter is a written message containing information from one party to another. The role of letters in communication has changed significantly since the nineteenth century. Historically, letters (in paper form) were the only reliable means of communication between two persons in different locations.

As communication technology has diversified, posted letters have become less important as a routine form of communication; they however still remain but in a modified form. For example, the development of the telegraph shortened the time taken to send a letter by transferring the letter as an electrical signal (for example in Morse code) between distant points. At the telegraph office closest to the destination of the letter, the signal was transferred back into a hardcopy format and sent as a normal mail to the person's home. This allowed the normal speed of communication to be drastically shortened for larger and larger distances. This required specialised technicians to encode and decode the letter. The facsimile (fax) machine took this one step further: an entire letter could be completely transferred electrically from the sender's house to the receiver's house by means of the telephone network as an image.

Today, the Internet is becoming (or has become) the predominant medium for sending letters. The term e-mail, meaning electronic mail, has entered into everyday speech. By analogy, the term letter is sometimes used for e-mail messages with a formal letter-like format. (And regular letters, since they take longer, are often called "snail-mail.")

Historically, letters exist from the time of ancient India, ancient Egypt and Sumer, through Rome, Greece and China, up to the present day. Letters make up several of the books of the Bible. Archives of correspondence, whether for personal, diplomatic, or business reasons, serve as primary sources for historians.