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  • Hello, everyone.

    大家好。

  • My name is Robin Shaw.

    我的名字是羅賓-肖。

  • And I am here today with a very special guest.

    今天我在這裡有一位非常特別的客人。

  • My dear friend, Stephen.

    我親愛的朋友,斯蒂芬。

  • He's also my personal hero.

    他也是我的個人英雄。

  • Hello, Stephen.

    你好,斯蒂芬。

  • Hey, Robin.

    嘿,羅賓。

  • Can you tell us a little bit about yourself?

    你能告訴我們關於你自己的一些情況嗎?

  • I am 33.

    我今年33歲。

  • I am deaf.

    我是聾啞人。

  • I can communicate with you right now through lip-reading and listening through my hearing aids.

    我現在可以通過讀脣語和通過助聽器聽來與你交流。

  • Alright so, yes, he is deaf.

    好吧,那麼,是的,他是聾子。

  • And he can understand me because he can hear a little bit through his hearing aids and

    他能理解我,因為他能通過助聽器聽到一點,而且

  • he has to read my lips.

    他必須讀懂我的嘴脣。

  • Yes.

    是的。

  • Where did we meet?

    我們在哪裡認識的?

  • We met in North Korea 5 years ago.

    我們5年前在北韓相遇。

  • That's right.

    這就對了。

  • I was traveling in North Korea for a few weeks, and we had to stay in the same room for about

    我在北韓旅行了幾個星期,我們不得不在同一個房間裡呆了大約半個月。

  • a week or two.

    一兩個星期。

  • And we met each other.

    而我們遇到了對方。

  • And I was very surprised because he was traveling alone in North Korea.

    我非常驚訝,因為他是獨自在北韓旅行。

  • And, well, you know, just to be in North Korea, Yes,

    而且,嗯,你知道,只是為了在北韓,是的。

  • is such an adventure.

    ...就是這樣一個冒險。

  • But he was there alone.

    但他是獨自一人在那裡。

  • He didn't need anybody's help.

    他不需要任何人的幫助。

  • Yeah.

    是的。

  • And he's quite an independent person.

    而且他是一個相當獨立的人。

  • There are a lot of misconceptions about deaf people.

    人們對聾人有很多誤解。

  • A lot of people believe that deaf people cannot do much.

    很多人認為,聾人不能做很多事情。

  • But I'm a good example of why that is so wrong.

    但我是一個很好的例子,說明為什麼這樣做是錯誤的。

  • Why don't you tell us about your childhood, like, how did you learn English?

    你為什麼不告訴我們你的童年,比如,你是如何學習英語的?

  • It started with a deaf school.

    它開始於一所聾啞學校。

  • So I'm with other children who are also deaf.

    所以我和其他也是聾啞人的孩子在一起。

  • We learned English through the hands, so it's not sign language.

    我們通過雙手學習英語,所以這不是手語。

  • But a representation of English with the hands.

    但用手來表示英語。

  • So through that medium, we learn the structure of English.

    是以,通過這種媒介,我們學習英語的結構。

  • And also

    而且還...

  • My family are all hearing.

    我的家人都有聽力。

  • So I was isolated from the conversation.

    所以我被隔離在對話之外。

  • So I spent a lot of time reading.

    所以我花了很多時間閱讀。

  • So I learned more English through books.

    所以我通過書本學習了更多的英語。

  • Through books, yes

    通過書籍,是的...

  • That is amazing.

    這真是令人驚訝。

  • You must've read a lot of books.

    你一定讀過很多書。

  • A lot, yes.

    很多,是的。

  • A lot of books.

    很多書。

  • As I said, or he said, we met in North Korea.

    正如我說的,或者說他說的,我們在北韓相遇。

  • He loves to travel.

    他喜歡旅行。

  • I do.

    我願意。

  • So, how many countries and territories have you been to?

    那麼,你去過多少個國家和地區?

  • I have been to, now, over 90.

    我已經去過,現在,超過90個。

  • Over 90, yes.

    超過90歲,是的。

  • I have not traveled that much.

    我沒有走過那麼多路。

  • And I don't think many of you have traveled that much,

    而且我認為你們中的很多人都沒有走過那麼多路。

  • so he is amazing.

    所以他很了不起。

  • He can travel the world alone.

    他可以獨自環遊世界。

  • You know

    你知道...

  • No problem.

    沒問題。

  • There's no problem.

    沒有問題。

  • Can you tell us what kind of problems you may have when traveling?

    你能告訴我們你在旅行時可能會遇到什麼樣的問題嗎?

  • I have been to a lot of poor countries.

    我去過很多貧窮的國家。

  • And in poor countries, a lot of people cannot read and write.

    而在貧窮的國家,很多人不能閱讀和書寫。

  • So, a lot of the time, when I communicate, I have to use pen and paper.

    是以,很多時候,當我溝通時,我必須使用筆和紙。

  • So when I go up to someone in a poor country to ask for something,

    是以,當我走到一個貧窮國家的人面前,向他索要東西的時候。

  • I write it down.

    我把它寫下來。

  • But they cannot read it.

    但他們無法閱讀。

  • So, I've had to adapt to that by miming for example, or drawing a picture.

    是以,我不得不通過模仿來適應這種情況,比如說模仿,或者畫圖。

  • So that's a good example.

    所以這是一個很好的例子。

  • Okay, and what country are planning to travel in the near future?

    好的,在不久的將來打算去哪個國家旅行?

  • There's so much more of the world that I want to see.

    世界上還有很多東西是我想看到的。

  • I'm thinking of going to Mongolia.

    我正在考慮去蒙古。

  • It's very beautiful.

    它非常漂亮。

  • Yes.

    是的。

  • Yes, alright.

    是的,好吧。

  • You have been.

    你一直在。

  • I've been to Mongolia.

    我去過蒙古。

  • It's very beautiful.

    它非常漂亮。

  • And, yes, we have traveled...

    而且,是的,我們已經走過了...

  • after we met in North Korea.

    在我們在北韓見面之後。

  • We have traveled to other countries.

    我們曾到其他國家旅行。

  • We've traveled to Sri Lanka and Maldives together.

    我們曾一起去斯里蘭卡和馬爾地夫旅行。

  • Yes.

    是的。

  • And in the future we will travel to more countries.

    而在未來,我們將去更多的國家旅行。

  • Alright, thank you very much, Stephen.

    好的,非常感謝你,斯蒂芬。

  • You're welcome.

    不客氣。

  • I'm very happy you did this.

    我很高興你這樣做。

  • And you shared a part of your life with our viewers.

    而你與我們的觀眾分享了你生活的一部分。

  • And your struggles traveling around the world.

    還有你在世界各地旅行時的掙扎。

  • And learning and speaking English.

    並學習和說英語。

  • So thank you very much.

    所以非常感謝你。

  • Yeah.

    是的。

  • Alright, thank you everyone for watching.

    好了,謝謝大家的觀看。

  • And I'll see you next time.

    還有,下次見。

Hello, everyone.

大家好。

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