سطح اول - آیلتس 5-4 (A2 - B1)
This news is about a girl. She is from Afghanistan. She cannot move her limbs well. She cannot use her hands to draw. She draws with her mouth.
Drawing makes her feel better. Without drawing, she is depressed and she cries. She wants to hold an art exhibition in Canada.
Limb: دست و یا پا
سطح دوم - آیلتس 6-5 (+B1+ - B2)
In Afghanistan, disability is often seen as a weakness. One Afghan girl, however, does not see disability like that.
She was born with partial paralysis of her limbs, but that did not stop her from drawing. Instead of drawing with her fingers, she uses her mouth. She said that before she started to draw, she was very depressed. She cried two or three times a day. She feels better now and would like to hold an art exhibition in Canada.
Disability: معلولیت/ ناتوانی
Partial: جزئی/ قسمتی
سطح سوم - آیلتس 7+ ( C1 - C2)
Sixteen-year-old Robaba Mohammadi from Afghanistan was born with partial paralysis of her limbs.
In her country, people often perceive disability as a weakness, and she said that she used to be depressed and cried at least two or three times a day. However, she discovered a passion for drawing which gives her a great deal of strength.
Instead of drawing with her fingers, she uses her mouth. She started drawing two years ago and now has lofty goals – her dream is to hold an art exhibition in the Aga Khan Museum, one of Canada’s biggest museums.
Perceive: درنظر گرفتن/ دیدن
A great deal of: مقدار زیادی