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  • Hi. My name is Rebecca from www.engvid.com. In today's lesson, you're going to learn five

    嗨,我是 www.engvid.com 的 Rebecca。在今天的課程中,你將要學習五個

  • idioms with the word "world" in them. Okay? So, here we go.

    有包含 "world" 這個單字的俚語,好嗎?開始吧!

  • First one: "They're on top of the world since they had a baby." What do you think it means?

    第一個:"They're on top of the world since they had a baby." 你覺得是什麼意思呢?

  • "They're on top of the world since they had a baby." Well, it could be a lot of things

    這個嘛...它可以有很多含意

  • if you have a baby, but in this case, it means that they're very, very happy. So, to be on

    如果你有小孩的話,那麼這句話就表示你們非常非常開心,所以 to be on

  • top of the world means to be extremely happy about something; very joyful. Okay? To be

    top of the world 表示對某件事感到極度開心、快樂,懂了嗎?To be

  • on top of the world.

    on top of the world.

  • Next one: "I think the world of my parents." So, what do you think that means? To think

    下一個:"I think the world of my parents." 這句話又是什麼意思呢?To think

  • the world of someone means to respect someone, to admire them. Okay? To value them. To think

    the world of someone 表示很尊敬、敬愛對方,To think

  • the world of someone is to think very respectfully about someone. Okay?

    the world of someone 是去評價他們、對他人保持尊重的態度,懂了沒?

  • Next, suppose somebody asked you: "So, what are you guys doing?" And you answer: "Nothing

    接下來,假設有人問你:「你們在幹嘛呀?」 你回答:「沒在幹嘛耶

  • much. Just sitting here watching the world go by." All right? So, what does it mean to

    只是坐在這裡耗時間。」好嗎?所以

  • watch the world go by? To watch the world go by means really what it says, pretty much.

    to watch the world go by 是什麼意思呢?它的意思其實就和字面上差不多

  • To not do anything much, to just sit, sit around, do nothing special, and the world

    沒有在做什麼事,只是閒坐著,沒特別在幹嘛,而世界仍舊

  • is going on. Okay? That's the expression: "to watch the world go by". It means to sit

    自顧自地運轉,了解嗎?這個片語是 "to watch the world go by",意思是

  • around and do almost nothing, and certainly nothing important. Okay?

    無所事事地坐著,也沒什麼重要的事發生

  • Next: "He had the whole world at his feet by the time he was 30." So, what do you think

    下一個:"He had the whole world at his feet by the time he was 30." 這是什麼意思?

  • that means? To have the world at your feet, or in this case, he had the whole world at

    To have the world at your feet,在這句話中,he had the whole world at

  • his feet means to become extremely successful, popular, admired. Okay? So, that's the expression

    his feet 表示他變得更加成功且受歡迎、被尊敬,懂了嗎?所以這個表達方式

  • to have... Or the idiom: "to have the whole world at your feet".

    或俚語就是:"to have the whole world at your feet"

  • Last one: "Congratulations on your new job! You're really moving up in the world." So,

    最後一個:"Congratulations on your new job! You're really moving up in the world."

  • the idiom is: "to move up in the world". What do you think it means? It kind of is easy

    這個俚語就是:"to move up in the world" 你覺得這是什麼意思?這其實很簡單

  • to figure out. It means to become more successful, to go up in social status, and so on.

    它代表變得更成功,社會地位更加提升...等

  • All right?

    可以嗎?

  • So, we have here: "on top of the world", "to think the world of someone",

    所以我們學了:"on top of the world"、"to think the world of someone"

  • "to watch the world go by", "to have the whole world at your feet", and: "to move up in the world".

    "to watch the world go by"、"to have the whole world at your feet" 以及 "to move up in the world"

  • Okay?

    對嗎?

  • So, which one of these means to not do anything special? Do you know?

    你知道哪個的意思是「沒有在做什麼特別的事」?你知道嗎?

  • Okay, it's the third one: "to watch the world go by". All right?

    好喔,是第三個:"to watch the world go by",答對了嗎?

  • Which one means that somebody's extremely popular, and successful, and admired by lots

    哪個是「某人特別受歡迎且成功,並受他人尊敬」的意思呢?

  • of people? What..? Which idiom is that?

    是哪一個俚語?

  • "To have the whole world at your feet". Very good.

    "To have the whole world at your feet" 很好

  • Okay. If you're very, very happy, let's say you're getting married or you just had a baby,

    如果你非常非常開心,像是你即將要結婚了,或是你剛有了小孩

  • or you won the lottery, what could you say?

    或者你中了樂透,你可以怎麼說?

  • "I'm on top of the world." All right?

    "I'm on top of the world." 對吧?

  • Means you're very, very happy.

    表示你超級高興

  • Okay. What do you say about someone who is becoming more and more successful, getting

    如果你想形容某人變得越來越成功、職場上平步青雲

  • one promotion after another? What's happening to him or her?

    你會怎麼說?對他或她而言,發生了什麼事?

  • They are "moving up in the world". Very good.

    他們 "moving up in the world",很好

  • And if you respect someone very much, you could say that you:

    還有,如果你非常尊敬某人,你可以說你

  • "Think the world of them".

    "Think the world of them"

  • Again, an idiom is important... Idioms are important to learn because the individual

    在強調一次,俚語很重要也很值得學習,因為無法永遠用單一的

  • words don't always tell you the meaning; the entire expression tells you the meaning.

    字彙來闡述意思,要用完整的表達方式才能告訴你真正涵義

  • All right? So, that's why you have to learn idioms very carefully. The most important thing about

    好嗎?所以這就是你該細心學習俚語的原因。關於俚語最重要的是

  • idioms is to understand them first, make sure you know, because people do use them very often.

    要先去理解它,確保你都知道了,因為人們的確很常使用它們

  • And only when you really know how to use it, then you use it yourself in language,

    只有當你真正了解如何使用俚語時,才能在語言中活用

  • especially if you are a language learner. Okay?

    如果你仍在學習語言,就要特別注意,好嗎?

  • If you'd like to practice this a little bit more, please go to our website: www.engvid.com.

    如果你想要再多加學習,可以去我們的網站看看:www.engvid.com

  • You could also subscribe to my YouTube channel for lots of other delightful English lessons.

    你也可以訂閱我的 YouTube 頻道,以觀看其他有趣的英文課程

  • All right? Thanks very much. Bye for now.

    好嗎?非常謝謝你們,掰掰啦!

Hi. My name is Rebecca from www.engvid.com. In today's lesson, you're going to learn five

嗨,我是 www.engvid.com 的 Rebecca。在今天的課程中,你將要學習五個

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