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  • Hi. I'm Rebecca from www.engvid.com. In this lesson, you'll learn how to introduce yourself

    大家好,這裡是www.engvid.com的Rebecca.在這堂課裡面,你將會學習如何介紹自己

  • and also how to introduce people who don't know each other. Now, sometimes, you learn

    以及如何介紹不認識的人。 現在,有時候,你學習很多的英文

  • a lot of English and you don't... You still feel nervous, you don't feel confident doing

    和你不知道.....你依然感到緊張, 你沒有做簡單事情的信心。

  • simple things. So, this is one of those simple, but important things, but you need to be able

    那麼,介紹自己很簡單,但是很重要,但是你要能夠介紹自己。

  • to do. To be able to walk up to someone, to introduce yourself, and also to know how to

    可以走向對方,去介紹自己,和知道如何做出反應如果別人向你做自我介紹。

  • respond when someone does that. And that may be true, whether you're at a business conference

    無論你是參加商務會議或者派對,自我介紹都是很常見的。

  • or at a party. Okay? So, let's get started.

    可以了?那麼現在就開始了。

  • So, here, first we'll talk about the formal situation. So, let's say we'll start over

    那麼,這裡,我們想講一下正式場合的情況。 我們從這裡開始

  • here. "Hello. I'm Bill White." Their response is: "Hi. I'm Susan Jones." So, he says, then:

    “你好,我是Bill White". 他們的回應是:你好,我是Susan Jones“. 之後他會說:“

  • "It's a pleasure to meet you." And she says: "It's a pleasure to meet you, too." Okay?

    很高興認識你。” 然後她會說:“我也很高興認識你”。 沒問題?

  • Pretty straightforward, pretty simple. Why? Because, especially at this part, you're just

    很簡單直接。 為什麼? 因為在這部分,你只需要重複別人所說的話而已。

  • repeating what the other person says, except that you're adding the word: "too". Okay?

    只不過你加了too這個單詞。沒問題?

  • Let's try it again. "Hello. I'm Bill White." Now, at that point, you probably want to also

    再來一次! “你好,我是Bill White". 在這裡,你可能想要握手。

  • shake hands. So, let me mention that. So, the things that you should do in addition

    讓我說一下關於握手。 所以,除了你剛剛說的話,你要做額外的事情:

  • to what you're going to say are these things: you should try to maintain a straight posture because

    你要嘗試去保持挺直的姿勢因為你會看起來更加

  • you look more professional that way, especially in a business situation. In a North American

    專業,尤其是在公共場合裡。 在北美文化裡,

  • context, also, we establish eye contact. All right? That shows that we're not afraid, that

    我們會有眼神交流。 沒問題? 眼神交流表示我們不害怕, 表示

  • shows we're not hiding anything. All right? Shows confidence. And, you want to give a

    我們沒有隱藏什麼東西。 沒問題? 眼神交流表示自信。 還有,你想要給對方有力

  • firm handshake. Okay? Don't keep your hand really weak. Keep it firm. Not hard. Don't

    的握手。 沒問題? 不要沒力氣的去握手。要有力地去握。 不要很大力緊握別人

  • squeeze the other person's hand, but make a firm handshake. And this is true whether you're a man or a woman.

    的手,有力的去握就可以了。 無論你是男人還是女人,有力的握手

  • And usually, we smile because it's a little bit... It shows that

    很重要。 通常,我們微笑一點點是因為微笑可以顯示你是一個友好

  • you're a friendly person and you're happy to meet the other person, even in a business situation.

    的人還有見到其他人你很開心,及時在公共場合裡面。

  • So let's get started. And what I was saying is about the handshake, you could shake hands

    那麼開始了。 我剛剛說過握手,.你可以在這裡握手。

  • right here. So, you could say: "Hello. I'm Bill White." Or, you could say it at this

    那麼,你可以說:“你好,我是Bill White"或者, 在這裡你可以說:”

  • point when you say: "It's a pleasure to meet you." Okay?

    很高興認識你“。沒問題?

  • -"Hello. I'm Bill White." -"Hi. I'm Susan Jones." -"It's a pleasure to meet you." -"It's

    ”你好,我是Bill White". “你好,我是Susan Jones".很高興認識你。 我也很高興認識你。

  • a pleasure to meet you, too." And if you want, one thing you can do is to mention the person's

    如果你想的話,你可以在你說的時候提及一下那個人的名字:

  • name when you're saying: "It's a pleasure to meet you." Okay? But sometimes in a business

    ”很高興認識你。“ 沒問題?但是有時在公共場合,

  • context, you're not yet sure whether to say: "Ms. Jones", or: "Susan", so you could try

    你不確定是不是要說:”Mr.Jones還是Susan,“所以你可以嘗試一下,

  • it, and you could say: "It's a pleasure to meet you, Ms. Jones." And she might say: "Oh,

    你可以說:”很高興認識你,Mr.Jones."她可能會回答:“噢,

  • you can call me Susan. It's a pleasure to meet you, too." And so on. Okay? But main

    你可以叫我Susan. 我也很高興認識你。” 如此類推,明白嗎? 不過這部分主要

  • thing is this part is just repeated.

    的只是重複別人說過的話。

  • Next, in an informal situation. So, here, instead of saying: "Hello", we're just going

    接著,在一個非正式場合裡。我們會說:"Hi而不是Hello".

  • to say: -"Hi! Hi! I'm George." -"Hi! I'm Maria." -"Nice to meet you." -"Nice to meet you, too."

    "你好,你好,我是George。“你好,我是Maria”。 “很高興認識你”。“我也很高興認識你”。

  • Again, we're just repeating. So, what happened? Here, it's a little more formal, so we said:

    再來一遍,重複我們剛剛所說的。那麼,發生什麼了?這裡,有一點點正式,所以我們會說:

  • "It's a pleasure to meet you." And here, because it's informal, we just said: -"Nice to meet

    “很高興認識你”。 而這裡是非正式場合,所以我們會說:“很高興認識你”。

  • you." -"Nice to meet you, too." Okay? So, just repeat that. And also, instead of: "Hello",

    “我很高興認識你”。 明白嗎? 只是重複而已。 說Hi而不是Hello。

  • we're just saying: "Hi!" All right? -"Hi! I'm George." -"Hi! I'm Maria." -"Nice to meet

    "你好,我是George。“你好,我是Maria” 很高興認識你

  • you." -"Nice to meet you, too." Okay? So, try that. Next I'll show you how to introduce people who don't know each other.

    我也很高興認識你”。明白嗎? 嘗試一下,接下來我會教你怎麼向不認識的人介紹給對方認識。

  • So, let's see how to introduce people to each other. First, we'll do this in a formal situation.

    看一下如果想不認識的人介紹給對方認識。 首先,我們會在真實場合裡面做介紹。

  • Okay? So let's pretend in this scenario that there are three people. You are Carol Smith,

    明白嗎? 假裝這裡有3個人在這個場景裡面。 你是Carol Smith,

  • and you know Scott Topper, and you know Steven Shaw, but they don't know each other. But

    你認識Scott Topper,你也認識Steven Shaw,但是Scott和Steven不認識對方。

  • you don't know that, so you have to find out first, because sometimes people do know each other.

    而你不知道這點,所以你要去確定他們是否認識對方,因為有時候雙方知道對方。

  • So, Carol is going to speak first. So, Carol knows both of them. All right? So she says...

    Carol先說話。 Carol認識雙方。明白嗎!? 所以她說

  • Carol Smith says: "Have you met each other?" So, let's say she turns to one of them or

    Carol Smith說:“你們之前有見過面嗎?” Carol會他們其中一個說,

  • to either of them, and she says... So, Scott answers and he says: "No, we haven't."

    她說了......所以 Scott回答,他說“沒有,我們之前沒有見過面。”有時候

  • Sometimes this person will answer, sometimes both of those people will answer kind of at the same

    一個人會回應,有時候雙方會類似的回答,

  • time, say: "No, we haven't." Doesn't matter. And then, Carol says, if it's a formal situation:

    說:“不,我們沒有。”不要緊, 接著,如果是正式場合,Carol會說:

  • "Mr. Topper, this is Mr. Shaw. Mr. Shaw, this is Mr. Topper." Now, sometimes this part is

    "Mr.Topper,這是 Mr.Shaw. Mr.Shaw這是Mr.Topper, 有時候,這部分不是很必要,

  • not necessary, because it's kind of obvious. So, usually... Usually, if you just say the

    因為有點過於明顯。 通常.....通常,如果你只說了

  • first part, people will start introducing themselves then to each other or continue

    他們就會開始互相自我介紹,接著說

  • with the: "Pleasure to meet you." But if you want to know the traditional way in which

    :“很高興認識你”。 但如果你想知道傳統上自我介紹的形式,

  • it's done, it's done like that. Okay?

    那就是像剛剛那樣

  • So: "Mr. Topper, this is Mr. Shaw. Mr. Shaw, this is Mr. Topper." And, at that point also

    "Mr.Topper,這是 Mr.Shaw. Mr.Shaw這是Mr.Topper,“ 在這裡,你

  • when you're deciding whose name to say first, some of the rules of protocol are if there

    一般來說,如果

  • is an older person and a younger person, you introduce the older person to the younger

    有一個較年長的人和年輕人,你先向年輕人介紹年長的人。

  • person. Okay? So, let's say in this situation that Mr. Topper is older, then you would say

    明白嗎? 這個場景裡面Mr.Topper較年長,你就說Mr.Topper

  • Mr. Topper's name first. If they're both about the same age, it doesn't matter. Okay?

    的名字先。如果他們年齡差不多,就無所謂了。 明白嗎?

  • So, then, Mr. Topper, remember the earlier lessons we learned? What we learned just now?

    Mr.Topper,還記得我們之前學過的課程? 我們剛剛學過了什麼?

  • The expression? "It's a pleasure to meet you." And Mr.... And Shaw says: "Pleasure to meet

    表達方式? “很高興認識你” Shaw會說:“我也很高興認識你”。

  • you, too." Okay? You don't always have to repeat the entire expression: "It's a pleasure

    明白嗎?你不一定要完整重複別人說過的話,"很高興認識你"

  • to meet you." Even in a formal situation, it's fine to say: "Pleasure to meet you, too."

    即使在正式場合裡,.說"很高興認識你"也是沒問題的."

  • because that's the critical part. All right? So, now, that's the formal scenario.

    因為它是關鍵部分。 沒問題? 這就是正式的方案了。

  • Let's go through it one more time. -"Have you met each other?" -"No, we haven't." -"Mr.

    再來模擬一次。 ”你們之前有見過對方嗎?“——”沒有,我們沒有見過“。

  • Topper, this is Mr. Shaw. Mr. Shaw, Mr. Topper." -"It's a pleasure to meet you." -"Pleasure

    "Mr.Topper,這是 Mr.Shaw. Mr.Shaw這是Mr.Topper,“ ”很高興認識你:。——"我也很高興認識你“。

  • to meet you, too." And remember, at this point when Mr. Topper says: "It's a pleasure to

    記住,當Mr. Topper說”很高興認識你“,

  • meet you", that's when Mr. Topper will put out his hand for the handshake and Shaw...

    這時候Mr. Topper就會伸出手準備和Shaw握手了....

  • Steven Shaw will take his hand and shake his hand.

    Steven Shaw和對方握手。

  • Now, if it's an informal situation, it's pretty much the same way at the beginning. -"Have

    如果是非正式場合裡, 開頭是差不多一樣的。“你們之前有見過對方嗎?”

  • you met each other?" -"No, we haven't." So, then you can say: "Scott, this is Steven.

    ——“沒有,我們沒有見過。”所以,你可以接着說,Scott,這是Steven。

  • Steven, this is Scott." And then they will use the informal expressions. -"Nice to meet

    Steven,這是Scott。“ 他們會用非正式的表達方式。 ”很高興認識你“。

  • you." -"Nice to meet you, too." Okay? So, these expressions: "Pleasure to meet you",

    ——”我也很高興認識你。“沒問題? 那麼,這些表達方式:”很榮幸認識你,”

  • "Nice to meet you", they can take you a long way in introducing yourself and introducing others.

    “很高興認識你”,他們會可以幫助你介紹自己和介紹別人給對方認識。

  • Now, of course, there are many ways to introduce yourself; not only what I've said here, not

    當然,還有很多種自我介紹的方式,不單單是我剛剛說過的,所教過的。

  • only what I've taught you here. But I always advise my students that it's better to learn

    但是我經常教導我的學生,學好一種自我介紹的方式比

  • one way properly than to learn three different ways, and then get mixed up. Okay? So make

    學習三種自我介紹的方式,然後搞不清楚怎麼用,來的好。

  • sure you have mastered one way to introduce yourself and to introduce other people, and

    要確保你自己學會一種做自我介紹和介紹別人給對方認識的方式,

  • then you can move on to other variations because you are definitely going to hear a variety

    之後你就可以學習其他的方式因為你將會聽到不同的自我介紹方式。

  • of variations on this. Okay?

    沒問題?

  • So, if you'd like to practice this a little bit, go to our website: www.engvid.com and

    如果你想要練習一下,你可以去我們的網站www.engvid.com

  • you can do a quiz on how to introduce yourself and how to introduce other people.

    還有你可以做小測關於如何做自我介紹和介紹別人認識。

  • Thanks very much for watching. Bye for now.

    謝謝觀看。再見

Hi. I'm Rebecca from www.engvid.com. In this lesson, you'll learn how to introduce yourself

大家好,這裡是www.engvid.com的Rebecca.在這堂課裡面,你將會學習如何介紹自己

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