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  • I care a lot about my appearance now, So Okay, This is another weird habit that I developed, but pointing at yourself to do you Yeah.

    我現在很在意我的外表,所以,好吧,這是我養成的另一個奇怪的習慣,但指著自己做你是的。

  • Hey, guys, welcome back to my channel.

    嘿,夥計們,歡迎回到我的頻道。

  • I hope the lighting is okay.

    我希望燈光還可以。

  • I am trying very hard to find a spot for me to film any of anything.

    我很努力地想找到一個適合我拍攝任何東西的地方。

  • Honestly, because I haven't, uh, completed the office room.

    老實說,因為我還沒有,呃,完成辦公室。

  • I have my tea right here, and I have my Christmas tree in the back.

    我的茶在這裡,我的聖誕樹在後面。

  • I hope you guys can see it.

    希望你們能看到。

  • It's very beautiful.

    它非常漂亮。

  • Maybe maybe you can't.

    也許也許你不能。

  • I don't know.

    我不知道。

  • So there are a lot of habits.

    所以有很多的習慣。

  • I'm gonna try to be as brief as possible.

    我儘量簡短一點。

  • If some of you guys were living in Japan or living somewhere else around the world and you guys can share your habits with me, that would be wonderful.

    如果有的人生活在日本或者生活在世界其他地方,你們可以和我分享你們的生活習慣,那就太好了。

  • I'd love to hear about other countries and people who I've also lived abroad and developed some habits and all that stuff.

    我很想聽聽其他國家和人的情況,我也在國外生活過,養成了一些習慣什麼的。

  • So please comment down below.

    所以請在下面評論。

  • So the first habit that I developed was taking off my shoes.

    所以我養成的第一個習慣就是脫鞋。

  • So taking off your shoes in Japan is a very common thing.

    所以在日本脫鞋是一件很平常的事情。

  • Before you walk into the house automatically just without thinking.

    在你走進家門前自動只是不經意間。

  • Take off your shoes because if you're in someone's home or you're in a very nice, like Japanese restaurant or space or hotel or something, you just naturally take off your shoes like common etiquette in Japan.

    脫鞋,因為如果你在別人的家裡,或者你在一個非常好的,比如說日本的餐廳或者空間或者酒店什麼的,你就會很自然的脫鞋,就像日本常見的禮節一樣。

  • Also, I feel like this habit is very good for me because first of all, a lot of bacteria is carried on shoes.

    另外,我覺得這個習慣對我來說是非常好的,因為首先,鞋子上會攜帶很多細菌。

  • So if you're wearing your shoes outside and you're wearing your shoes inside as well, it's not good.

    所以如果你在外面穿鞋,裡面也穿鞋,那就不好了。

  • It drags a lot of germs into the house, and it makes the carpets dirty and the flooring dirty.

    它把大量的細菌拖進屋裡,使地毯髒了,地板也髒了。

  • And it doesn't help your posture.

    而且這對你的姿勢沒有任何幫助。

  • You can have room shoes, which is totally fine.

    你可以有房鞋,這完全可以。

  • But honestly, like I just don't feel comfortable in it anymore.

    但說實話,就像我只是覺得不舒服了。

  • I don't know if anyone else has experienced this when they're in Japan, but I definitely had developed this habit of just not wearing shoes.

    不知道別人在日本的時候有沒有這樣的經歷,但我絕對是養成了這個習慣,就是不穿鞋。

  • I used to actually just walk into my house with shoes, especially when I was a kid in America.

    我以前其實就是拿著鞋子進家門的,尤其是在美國的時候,我還是個孩子。

  • You know, we would go outside and play and we just come in and walk in, and it's just like my host sister when I had her in high school like we would walk in with our shoes and she'd be like, Oh, my gosh, why are you walking inside with your shoes?

    你知道,我們會去外面玩,我們只是進來,走在,它就像我的主人姐姐,當我有她在高中一樣,我們會走在我們的鞋子,她會說,哦,我的天哪,為什麼你走在裡面與你的鞋子?

  • She was just so confused.

    她實在是太糊塗了。

  • Another habit I developed is eating more fish.

    我養成的另一個習慣是多吃魚。

  • And some of you guys may think, Well, yeah, Japan is surrounded by water.

    你們有的人可能會想,嗯,是啊,日本四周都是水。

  • It's an island, so naturally you're gonna eat more fish.

    這裡是個島,自然要多吃魚。

  • And it's true.

    而且是真的。

  • Fish is very healthy for you if you're not a vegetarian.

    如果你不是素食主義者,魚對你來說是非常健康的。

  • If you're not vegan, Um, I feel like fish is a very good thing to incorporate into your diet.

    如果你不是素食主義者,嗯,我覺得魚是一個非常好的東西,納入你的飲食。

  • Has omega threes packed into it has vitamins such as vitamin D and B to fish is rich in calcium and phosphorus.

    有歐米伽三包裝到它有維生素D和B到魚是豐富的鈣和磷等維生素。

  • So it's just all around a good meal toe Have, if you are tired or just need something to pick you up, give you more energy.

    所以,這只是周圍的一個好的膳食toe Have,如果你累了或只是需要一些東西來接你,給你更多的能量。

  • I've been eating so many different types of fish.

    我吃了那麼多不同種類的魚。

  • My favorite fishes Sava, which is mackerel.

    我最喜歡的魚薩瓦,就是鯖魚。

  • I eat it all the time.

    我一直在吃它。

  • It doesn't have as much mercury in it, but salmon is also one of my favorite.

    它沒有那麼多的汞,但三文魚也是我的最愛之一。

  • So eat salmon.

    所以吃三文魚。

  • I flounder.

    我很困惑

  • I eat mackerel.

    我吃鯖魚。

  • I eat all types of other fish that I've never heard of.

    我吃的其他各種魚,我都沒聽說過。

  • Okay, I'm not sure what that is in English, but it's just very good for you.

    好吧,我不知道這在英語中是什麼意思,但這對你來說就是非常好的。

  • Like I just love fish and I love the way they cook it here, even though it has the bones in it, it's just ah, hearty meal like it's very good.

    我只是喜歡魚,我喜歡 他們在這裡煮它的方式, 即使它有骨頭在裡面, 它只是啊,豐盛的飯菜喜歡它的非常好。

  • This is just amazing.

    這實在是太神奇了。

  • If you guys come to Japan, you should try some of the many fish, but they have especially sushi.

    如果你們來日本,一定要嚐嚐很多魚,但他們的壽司特別多。

  • I'm trying toe lean toward not eating so much raw fish.

    我正在努力向不吃那麼多生魚的方向靠攏。

  • I like to eat.

    我喜歡吃。

  • I prefer to eat more cooked or broiled or grilled fish.

    我更喜歡吃更多的熟魚或燒魚或烤魚。

  • The pan is a very patient country.

    盤是一個很有耐心的國家。

  • Japan just loves to stand in long lines, and they're very okay with it.

    日本就是喜歡排長隊,他們也很能接受。

  • There's not a lot of complaining.

    抱怨的人不多。

  • People stand in lines that are hours long, probably Tokyo Disneyland.

    人們排著幾個小時的隊,大概是東京迪斯尼樂園。

  • If you ever come here, a lot of people stand in line for popcorn and it'll be miles long and you'll be like why they're the most patient people on the planet.

    如果你來過這裡,很多人排隊買爆米花,會排好幾里長,你會覺得為什麼他們是這個星球上最有耐心的人。

  • Even the customer service is very patient.

    連客服都很有耐心。

  • They are always there to help you and kind and loving.

    他們總是在那裡幫助你,善良而有愛心。

  • I feel like as a teacher in Japan, you learn to be more patient with things, so especially When you're teaching small Children, you learn patients, so I've become a lot more patient.

    我覺得在日本當老師,要學會對事情更有耐心,所以特別是在教小孩子的時候,要學會耐心,所以我變得更有耐心了。

  • I used to be a very, very impatient person, and I still kind of am.

    我以前是一個非常非常沒有耐心的人,現在也算是。

  • But I'm a lot better with it now, and I feel like patience is key to living in this country and to working here.

    但我現在已經好很多了,我覺得耐心是在這個國家生活和工作的關鍵。

  • That's just one of the positive habits that I developed.

    這只是我養成的積極習慣之一。

  • I care a lot about my appearance now, so when you come to Japan, you'll see lots of people that are dressed up and looking nice.

    我現在很在意自己的外表,所以來日本的時候,你會看到很多人都是打扮得漂漂亮亮的。

  • They look like they're going to a nice dinner.

    他們看起來像是要去吃一頓豐盛的晚餐。

  • They look like they're going to work or they look like they're going just out for a casual date.

    他們看起來像要去上班,或者看起來像只是出去休閒約會。

  • Everybody is dressed nicely.

    每個人都穿得很好。

  • You will never see anybody wearing sweatpants, but Jammeh pan their hair tied in a knot.

    你永遠不會看到任何人穿運動褲, 但賈梅泛他們的頭髮打了個結。

  • Everybody, it looks like they're going somewhere.

    各位,看來他們要去什麼地方了。

  • Even if they're not, you'll see moms at the grocery store wearing the most beautiful clothing, long skirts and cozy sweaters with their hair and braids.

    即使不是,你也會在雜貨店看到媽媽們穿著最漂亮的衣服,長裙和舒適的毛衣,頭髮和辮子。

  • I just like just seeing that makes me feel very embarrassed when I go out and I'm dressed really crappy.

    我只是喜歡只是看到,讓我覺得很尷尬,當我出去,我穿得很爛。

  • I have not gone out in sweat pants or anything like that since I moved here.

    自從我搬到這裡後,我就沒再穿運動褲之類的衣服出門了。

  • I used to when I was in the state.

    我以前在州里的時候。

  • You'd never see anybody really wear hoodies here, which is crazy, and they do sell them.

    你永遠不會看到有人真的在這裡穿連帽衫,這太瘋狂了,而且他們確實有賣。

  • But it's just like you don't really see people wearing them.

    但就像你真的沒看到有人穿。

  • There's a lot of fashion trends that are going on that people are trying out and just I just think it's so interesting to see how people dress and how the trends are changing.

    有很多的時尚潮流,人們都在嘗試,我只是覺得看到人們的穿著和潮流的變化是如此有趣。

  • And, ah, lot of people are starting to not care what other people think they express themselves.

    而且啊,很多人開始不在乎別人怎麼看自己的表達。

  • Some people dress up in like crazy stuff, and it just it's very expressive and very creative.

    有些人打扮得像瘋了一樣,它只是... ...它是非常有表現力和非常有創意的。

  • And I think that's one thing that I really love about Japan walking instead of taking public transportation.

    我想這也是我喜歡日本的一點,那就是步行而不是乘坐公共交通工具。

  • Okay, so I do take trains.

    好吧,所以我坐火車。

  • I do have to take trains to Goto work.

    我確實要坐火車去上班。

  • But if I had the option to walk and it was only about 30 minutes of a walk, I will take that walk because first and foremost trains they're usually very packed.

    但如果我可以選擇步行,而且只有30分鐘左右的路程,我會採取這種步行的方式,因為首先火車他們通常是非常擁擠的。

  • It's very hard to move in them, especially at certain hours of the day.

    在他們身上移動非常困難,尤其是在一天中的某些時段。

  • Um, taking a bus can also be very packed and slow walking is just sometimes generally faster.

    嗯,坐公車也會很擁擠,慢走有時只是一般比較快。

  • There's a lot of things that are close together.

    有很多事情是緊密相連的。

  • A lot of places, they're close together and you just should walk.

    很多地方,它們離得很近,你就應該走。

  • And there's so much to see.

    而且有很多東西可以看。

  • I love exploring.

    我喜歡探索。

  • I love being outside.

    我喜歡在外面。

  • I love walking from station to station just to see what they have and what's going on.

    我喜歡從一個車站走到另一個車站,只為看看他們有什麼,發生了什麼。

  • There's lots of cash phase and cool stuff, especially in Tokyo.

    有很多現金相和酷的東西,特別是在東京。

  • I really, really love it.

    我真的,真的很喜歡它。

  • Yeah, I just prefer to walk more.

    是啊,我只是喜歡多走走而已。

  • I even walk to the station from my apartment, which is literally, like 12 minutes of a walk.

    我甚至從我的公寓走到車站,這簡直是,好像是12分鐘的路程。

  • It seems long American standard.

    似乎長美國標準。

  • If you were in America or something, if I were in America, I used to be like parking, maybe five minutes walk away and I would complain.

    如果你在美國什麼的,如果我在美國,我以前就像停車,可能走五分鐘就到了,我會抱怨。

  • But now I'm just like when I go home and be park 15 minutes away.

    但現在我就像我回家時一樣,15分鐘就能到公園。

  • I'm like, Cool, let's walk and I do not care anymore.

    我想,酷,我們走吧,我不在乎了。

  • So I definitely walk more to places than I did before, and that's a habit that I've developed that's also very healthy.

    所以我去地方肯定比以前走得多,這是我養成的習慣,也是非常健康的。

  • Okay, this is a very common one.

    好吧,這是個很常見的問題。

  • I'm sure a lot of people that live here know this, but like bowing and thanks to me mustn't semi Muhsin Semi Muhsin means Excuse me so basically or sorry, but when you bump into somebody, you'll say to me, Muhsin, or if you are in the way, you'll say Ohsumi, Muhsin.

    我相信很多生活在這裡的人都知道,但是像鞠躬和感謝我一定不能semi Muhsin Semi Muhsin的意思是Excuse me,所以基本上或對不起,但是當你撞到某人時,你會對我說,Muhsin,或者如果你在路上,你會說Ohsumi,Muhsin。

  • Or, if you're late, you'll say Sammy Muhsin.

    或者,如果你遲到了,你會說Sammy Muhsin。

  • Or if you wanna ask a question, you'll say soon we mustn't and bow And those things have just grown on me to the point where when I go back to the States, I have that habit of like bowing or saying Sumi mustn't on accident or Oh, sorry, sorry, I apologize a lot.

    或者如果你想問問題,你就會說很快我們一定不要,然後鞠躬 這些事情對我來說只是增長了一點,以至於當我回到美國的時候,我有這樣的習慣,比如鞠躬,或者說蘇米一定不要不小心或者哦,對不起,對不起,我很抱歉。

  • So it's just kind of developed into this kind of bad habit.

    所以就養成了這種壞習慣。

  • I feel I'm not sure if, like semi must end is a very good habit.

    我覺得我也不知道是不是,像半必須結束是一個非常好的習慣。

  • It's a very polite habit.

    這是一個非常禮貌的習慣。

  • Maybe so, but I think people say a little bit too much and it's kind of grown on me as well.

    也許是吧,但我覺得大家說的有點多,我也有點長大了。

  • And my fiance notices that I apologize a lot more, and I think it's because I live here.

    而我的未婚夫發現我道歉的次數多了,我想這是因為我住在這裡。

  • E take a lot more baths now, at night.

    我現在洗澡的次數多了,晚上。

  • I am so, so, so relaxed and I love taking bath.

    我好,好,好輕鬆,我喜歡洗澡。

  • All the toxins come out of my body.

    所有的毒素都從我的身體裡出來。

  • I use EPPS and salt or Himalayan salt, magnesium salt to draw out the toxins in my body a couple times a week or once a week.

    我每週用EPPS和鹽或喜馬拉雅鹽、鎂鹽抽出體內的毒素幾次或一次。

  • And then I also use this own Zen like they have a lot of bath salt or bombs that are like from Hot Springs air used in hot springs.

    然後我也用這個自己的禪,像他們有很多的浴鹽或炸彈,就像從溫泉空氣中使用的溫泉。

  • And I love that.

    我喜歡這樣

  • I'll have to make another video about the collections that they have here in Japan and what the benefits are of those things, because taking taking about everyone should take a bath.

    我得再拍一個視頻,介紹一下他們在日本這裡的收藏品,以及這些東西的好處是什麼,因為拿著拿著大家都應該洗個澡。

  • It's very meditative.

    很有禪意。

  • It's very relaxing.

    這是很放鬆的。

  • It draws out the toxins.

    它能把毒素抽出來。

  • It's just it helps you sleep better.

    只是它能幫助你更好的睡眠。

  • It's so good for you.

    這對你很有好處。

  • I tend to listen to podcasts or audiobooks while I'm taking a bath sometimes.

    我傾向於有時在洗澡時聽播客或有聲讀物。

  • So, yeah, it's just been a very relaxing time in my day, and it it's only about 20 minutes out of your day, so take a bath.

    所以,是的,這只是一個非常放鬆的時間在我的一天, 它只有20分鐘左右,你的一天,所以洗澡。

  • Okay, this is another weird habit that I developed, but pointing at yourself whenever you say, like, can you look for example, can you give this to me or it's me or something usually point to you like your body.

    好吧,這是我養成的另一個奇怪的習慣,但每當你說,比如,你可以看比如,你可以把這個給我或這是我或什麼通常指向你,比如你的身體。

  • You don't point to your face.

    你不要指著你的臉。

  • I think I developed this a lot.

    我覺得我發展了很多。

  • As a teacher.

    作為一名教師。

  • A lot of kids would do this.

    很多孩子都會這樣做。

  • It will be like me or it's me or something, and they'll point to their nose whenever I refer to myself.

    會像我或者是我之類的,只要我一提到自己,他們就會指著鼻子說。

  • I point to my nose now.

    我現在指著我的鼻子。

  • I don't know.

    我不知道。

  • It's just a habit I developed.

    這只是我養成的習慣。

  • Now is it?

    現在是嗎?

  • Is it like that in anyone else's country?

    別人的國家也是這樣嗎?

  • I don't know.

    我不知道。

  • All right, thank you guys, for watching those air.

    好吧,謝謝你們,看這些直播。

  • All the habits that I've developed in Japan, I'm sure there's more that I haven't mentioned or I haven't thought about.

    所有在日本養成的習慣,我相信還有更多的習慣我沒有提到,或者我沒有想到。

  • But let me know if you guys live in Japan or live in another country and developed some habits there, or maybe even another city, some slaying or something that you just say more often.

    但如果你們生活在日本或者生活在其他國家,並在那裡養成了一些習慣,甚至可能是其他城市,一些殺戮什麼的,你們就多說幾句,讓我知道。

  • I feel like my accent has kind of gone away a little bit.

    我覺得我的口音已經有點消失了。

  • It comes out from time to time.

    它時常會出現。

  • I'm from Michigan, so I have a bit of Michigan accent, so that kind of got lost since I've been living here.

    我來自密歇根州,所以我有一點密歇根州的口音,所以自從我住在這裡後,我就失去了這種口音。

  • So that's another habit.

    所以這又是一個習慣。

  • Um, habit of speech here.

    嗯,這裡的說話習慣。

  • Yeah.

    是啊。

  • So I hope you guys enjoy this video and let me know what you think and let me know if you want me to do anymore top or listed type videos.

    所以,我希望你們喜歡這段視頻,讓我知道你們的想法,讓我知道,如果你們想讓我做更多的頂級或上市類型的視頻。

  • I love to do these.

    我喜歡做這些。

  • I think it's very interesting to share your experience.

    我覺得分享你的經驗很有意思。

  • And, yeah, don't forget to subscribe like this video and hit the Bell icon If you want to get notified for videos about Japan Health Lifestyle, I got you, I'll see you guys in the next video.

    還有,對了,別忘了像這個視頻一樣訂閱,並點擊鈴鐺圖標如果你想得到關於日本健康生活方式的視頻通知,我知道了,我們下一個視頻見。

I care a lot about my appearance now, So Okay, This is another weird habit that I developed, but pointing at yourself to do you Yeah.

我現在很在意我的外表,所以,好吧,這是我養成的另一個奇怪的習慣,但指著自己做你是的。

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A2 初級 中文 習慣 養成 日本 耐心 鞋子 生活

在日本生活時養成的習慣 (Habits I Developed While Living in Japan)

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    林宜悉 發佈於 2020 年 10 月 09 日
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