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  • The Canadian-English Dictionary. Over 500 sold. Not many Canadians, I think, eh? Just

    加拿大-英語字典。賣了超過500本。我想,加拿大人不多,哈?開個玩

  • joking. It's 500,000, and my name is James from EngVid. Welcome. I'm going to help you

    笑。是 50萬本,而我是 EngVid 的詹姆士。 歡迎你。今天,我要來幫你

  • today learn to use this thing and not this thing. And there's a reason why, and I'm going

    學習去用這個東西而不是這個。而這是為什麼,我要

  • to tell you why today because I think it's an important lesson that I don't see people

    告訴你為什麼今天今這堂課十分的重要且我沒有看到人們

  • really talk about a lot. They -- in classes, and I teach classes, we mention it. And students

    認真地去多加著墨。他們 -- 在課堂上,而我教課時,會談論這個主體。而學生

  • always come -- not always. Bad. You're so forward. They usually use an electronic dictionary,

    通常會來 -- 不是通常。糟糕。你們都太先進了。他們通常使用電子字典,

  • but I prefer the paper because today I'm going to teach you how to build your vocabulary

    但我偏愛紙本,因為今天我要教你的是如何用這本字典

  • using this, something that's a few hundred years old.

    來建立你的字彙量,這是幾百年前的老方式。

  • So let's start off: "Know your dictionary." Do you know what your dictionary -- do you

    所以我們開始吧。" 了解你的字典 " 你知道你的字典 -- 你知道

  • know who your dictionary is or what your dictionary is? I ask you because I'm going to ask you

    你的字典是什麼或是誰嗎?我會這樣問是因為我要問你,你知道

  • do you know "prescriptive" versus "descriptive"? Most students don't know the difference, and

    "prescriptive" 和 "descriptive" 差別嗎? 大多數的學生不知道差異在哪,然而

  • it's a very important difference for you to know. If you're a native English speaker,

    知道這兩個字的差異對你來說是十分重要的。如果英語是你的母語。

  • this is your dictionary. It's good. It's great. It says things like, "'Choral' -- or of a

    這就是你的字典。這很好、很棒。它會說類似 : " 'Choral' -- 或屬於一個

  • choir. 'Chorale': slow stately hymn tune", and you're thinking, well, if you're learning

    合唱團。'Chorale' : 慢慢哼出的音調",然後你會想,嗯,如果你正在學習

  • English, "What did James just say to me?" There are many of these things. "'Retrench':

    英語的話,"詹姆士剛剛到底說了些什麼?" 這本書裡有很多那些東西。"'Retrench' :

  • reduce expenditure, cut." You know, like, "What?" Well, this is because it's prescriptive.

    縮減之出,修剪。" 你知道的,像是,"What?" 那麼,這是因為這就是字的用法規範。

  • "Prescriptive". Think of a doctor, you know, the guy who checks your chest, like, your

    "Prescriptive"。想想看以醫生為例,你知道的,就是會拿聽診器在你胸口聽的人,比如說,

  • heart. He prescribed something to you, right? Gives you something. But he doesn't give you

    聽你的心音。他給你開了些處方,明白?給你些什麼。但他不給你任何其他

  • any kind of extra information. He's the doctor. He's the expert. They tell you and you know.

    額外的資訊。他是個醫生。是個專家。他告訴你,然後你聽就是了。

  • Well, if you have a command of the English language or you speak English, of course you

    那麼,如果你能掌握英語或你能說英語,你一定會

  • know all the other words they use. "'Critic': Professional judge." I know all these words.

    知道全部其他他們會用的字。"'Critic' :專業判斷。" 我知道這全部的字。

  • I don't have to learn these words, so it's great. But if you're learning English -- and

    我不需要去學這些字了,真開心。但如果你正在學習英語 -- 而

  • learning English -- and I want to tell you this because a lot of people don't know. You

    學習英語 -- 我想要告訴你這些是由於許多人都不知道。你

  • know my name, right? My name is James ESL, right? James. I can't even spell my own name.

    知道我的名字,對吧?我叫詹姆士 ESL,可以嗎?詹姆士。我甚至不會拼我自己的名字。

  • It's a lie. My name is James ESL. And some of you said, for sure, What is "ESL?" That's

    騙人的。我的名字是詹姆士 ESL。而你們有些人會問,廢話,什麼是"ESL?" 那是個

  • a funny name. Because it's not my name. "ESL" stands for "English as a Second Language".

    好笑的名字。因為那根本不是我的名字。"ESL" 意思是"以英語為第二外語"。

  • That's what it stands for. Many of your teachers use it, and they never tell you what it means.

    就是這個意思。許多你們的老師會使用他,而他們絕不會跟你解釋那代表什麼意涵。

  • So it means James is teaching English as a second language. And that's for you guys.

    所以這就代表詹姆士他教英語為第二外語。而這是特別跟你們講解的。

  • You have French, Hindi, Arabic as first languages, and you want to get another language. What

    你們有人是以法語,印度語,或阿拉伯語為母語,而你們想要多學一種語言。

  • you need is a descriptive dictionary. What does that mean? Well, let me explain something

    你需要的是一本有解釋說明的字典。這是什麼意思?這個嘛,讓我來解釋一下給你

  • to you. There is a thing that is long, has a big head, a smile. It has little lines on

    聽。這裡有一件東西很長,有很大的頭,和一張笑臉。這是一些在他身上的

  • its body. Its first name starts with M. His last name starts with E. Do you know whom

    細小的線條。他的名字是M開頭。他的姓氏是E開頭。你知道我在說誰了

  • I'm describing? It's Mr. E. Right? I described it to you. An ESL dictionary is descriptive,

    嗎?就是E 先生,對吧?我描述它給你聽。一個以英語為第二外語的字典是具有說明、敘述性的,

  • right? So the first thing you should know is, is your dictionary prescriptive or descriptive?

    對吧?所以第一件你該知道的事,就是你的字典是規範性的還是說明性的?

  • "Prescriptive", like a prescription from a doctor -- it just tells you this is what the

    "Prescriptive",像是來自醫生的處方籤一樣 -- 就只告訴你這些

  • word means. It does not give explanation -- it gives an explanation, but no diagrams and

    字的字義。它不會給你任何解是 -- 它給一個解釋,但卻沒有圖表和

  • no definition, okay? Or explanation. For example, a descriptive one not only tells you what

    定義,明白嗎?或解釋。舉例來說,一本說明性的字典不只告訴你這些字的

  • the world is, it gives you an example of its use in speech. It helps you. Maybe even a

    字義,它也給你這些字的用在口語中的例子。它幫助你理解。也許甚至給你

  • picture to show you. That's for the ESL. So when you're looking for a paper dictionary,

    一張圖說明解釋。這是給英語為第二外語的人用的字典。所以當你在挑選紙本字典時,

  • go to your bookstore and ask for a descriptive dictionary because you're studying ESL, and

    到書局問你要說明性的字典,因為你是以英語為第二外語的學生,而他們

  • they'll give you the perfect dictionary for you, okay?

    就會給你就是你想要的那種字典,明白了嗎?

  • So what are we going to do next? That's the first thing: Know what dictionary you have

    所以我們接下來要做什麼?第一件事情就是:了解你的字典,

  • because this one will help. Now, I will tell you this, though: Once you start going from

    因為這個選對的話幫助的差異很大。好,我要告訴你這個,這是條艱困的路:只要你一旦踏上

  • the beginning and intermediate, you need the prescriptive because that's what a fluent

    這條道路成為初學者或中級學生,你會需要規範性的字典,因為那是要成為流利的使用英語

  • native speaker would use, and that's what you use. So there's a reason for both. Don't

    好像英語是變成他的母語一般的講者會使用的字典,而那是我建議你使用的。所以這就是

  • forget that. If you're advanced, get prescriptive. If you're new, get descriptive. Know your

    同時使用這兩種字典的原因。不要忘了。如果你已經是進階者,你用規範性字典。新手就用說明性的。

  • dictionary. Next. Does your dictionary use phonetic or

    了解你的字典。下一個。你的字典是用語音學的方式還是

  • does it use syllables to tell you how the word sounds? "Huh?" Well, I investigated because

    用音標的方式告訴你該怎麼讀生字?"哈?"這個嘛,我調查至個的原因是

  • I'm like a reporter -- like Clark Kent, Superman -- and I discovered that not every dictionary

    我本身是個記者 -- 就像克拉克.肯特,飾演超人的那位明星 -- 我發現不是每部字典

  • is the same. Some use phonetics, and they use the International Phonetic Alphabet. Some

    都相同。有些用語音學的標示,它們使用的是國際語音字母。你們當中有一些人

  • of you have studied it in school, right? Where you have those funny little things, where,

    在學校應該有學過,對吧?在那兒會有那些有趣的小玩意兒,那兒會有,

  • you know, like the upside down E -- I can't even do it. I think it's like -- and it means

    你知道的,像是上下顛倒的大寫字母E -- 我甚至不會寫。我想它是像這樣 -- 而你們

  • something to you people, okay? But in international language, you would use these symbols to show

    可能會產生一些共鳴,了解嗎?但在國際語言中,你會用這些符號來表示

  • language, right? They use this phonetic alphabet because they know it's international, and

    語言,對吧?他們使用語音字母是因為他們知道那是能與國際接軌的,且

  • people who study languages will also use it. But a lot of English dictionaries just use

    學習這語言的人們也同時會使用這個系統。但很多的英文字典就只採用

  • syllables. They break the word down into, like -- sorry -- numb nuts? Number. Number.

    音節、音標來表示。他們把字拆解成像是 -- 抱歉 -- 麻木的花生?數~字。數~字。

  • And what they're looking for is vowel sound, not vowels. Don't make a mistake. I've often

    而他們注重於母音而不是子音。別犯錯囉。我常常

  • done it and told students -- I say, you know, "When we use syllables we break it down to

    會弄錯然後告訴學生們 -- 我說阿,你知道的,"當我們使用音節來標示念法時,我們把字拆解

  • units of a word with a vowel." And what I mean to say is "with a vowel sound" because

    成一組組以母音們組成的單位。"而我的意思是說"以一組母音為焦點"因為

  • sometimes there will be two vowels, but they make a sound. For example, "ee" or "ei" can

    有時候會有兩個母音連在一起,但它們只念一個音。比如說,"ee"或是"ei"可以

  • make one sound, okay? And that can be in a vowel unit. So check to see if your dictionary

    以單一個音來讀,明白嗎?而這就組成了一組母音單元。所以,去查查看你的字典是

  • is either phonetic -- and that means you're going to need the International Phonetic Alphabet

    語音學發音法的 -- 也就是說你會需要國際語音字母系統 -- 或音節式

  • -- or syllable-based, which means they will break the word into units with a syllable

    為基礎的,也就是說他們會把一個字以音節發音為單位拆成

  • sound. Easy? Is that understood? Let's move on, okay?

    幾個小單元。簡單明瞭?懂了吧?那我們繼續學下去囉,好嗎?

  • So that's something you're going to look at because this will help you build your vocabulary

    這是你要接下來繼續去學習的,因為這會幫助你建立你的字彙量

  • because knowing what a word looks like and what it sounds like is very, very different,

    因為你會學到聽起非常不同但看起來很相似的字

  • okay? And this is to help you pronounce the word. Remember: Learning vocabulary is (1)know

    明白了嗎?這會幫助你對那些字的發音。記住:學習字彙要點第一,看到要知道其意思,

  • when you see it, (2) know when you hear it, (3) know how to say it, (4) understand what

    第二,聽到時就知道是哪個字,第三,知道如何去使用它,第四,了解它的意思。

  • it means. Then you build vocabulary. And this is "know what it sounds like", okay? Next.

    那麼你的字彙量就會提高。而剛剛所教就是稱作"知道那個字聽起來如何",好嗎?下一個。

  • (C) What part of speech? Well, what is the word? I can spell less "beaty" like "Ned Beatty", but that's not what I wanted to write.

    (C) 詞性式?嗯,那是什麼字?我可以不要拼得那麼"有韻味"像是"奈得.畢提",但這不是我想要寫的

  • When you "beautify" something, it's not the same as "beauty". "He's a right beauty." "She's

    當你"美化"某物時,它不像是"美"這個詞的意義。"它是個正妹。""她是個美人"

  • a beauty." Right? They're different words. So we're asking ourselves, what, what do these

    對吧?這是兩個不同的字。所以我們問自己,什麼,這些字是做什麼的

  • words do, right? "She's a beauty", so we're looking at an adjective and adverb. "Beautify",

    對吧?"她是個美人",所以我們在找一個形容詞和一個副詞。"美化",

  • adverbs do a different job than an adjective, right? So the dictionary will tell you how

    副詞跟形容詞的作用式不同的,對吧?所以字典會告訴你如何去

  • to use it. Remember we said, "What does it sound like?" First part is, it tells you what

    使用它。記得我們說的,"這聽起來如何?"第一個部分是,它告訴你它

  • it looks like, right? It gives you the word, the word. The next one tells you what it sounds

    看起來是怎樣子,對吧?它給你一個字,一個字。下一個字會告訴你它聽起來像是

  • like. The next one tells you how to use it, right? "That girl is a beauty." Or "What a

    什麼。接下來要告訴你怎麼使用它,可以嗎?"這個女孩是個美人。"或者"她是

  • beauty she is." Versus, "We need to beautify our house." It's not the same. And you have

    多麼美呀。" 對上,"我們需要美化我們的房子" 這不一樣。然後你需要

  • to know what part of speech to use it otherwise you'll use it badly, okay? Next.

    知道字的詞性以便正確使用它,不然你會誤用,可以嗎?下一個。

  • We're going to go over to "other possible forms". So other possible forms are -- well,

    我們要檢視"其他可能的形式"。其他可能的形式是 -- 這個嘛,

  • let me correct something I made a mistake on. I said it. I made a mistake because I'm

    如果我有說錯,讓我更正一下。我說過。我犯個了錯因為我

  • human. I was so busy thinking about the mistake I made with "beauty" I said this was an adverb.

    也只是人而已。我是如此忙碌於思考我犯的關於"美"這個字的錯誤,因為我之前說它是副詞。

  • It's a verb. So I know you guys who love to catch me, you caught me. Ow, ow, bad teacher,

    它是個動詞。我知道你們喜歡挑我毛病,被你們抓到了。喔挖,喔挖,差勁的老師。

  • all right? It's a verb, all right? So we've got noun, verb. Now, let's go to "other possible

    好吧?這是個動詞,好嗎?我們有名詞,動詞了,現在,我們來看"其他可能的

  • forms", okay? Now, what the dictionary will also do to help you is after it tells you

    形式",好嗎?現在,字典能幫助你的除了告訴你

  • this is a noun or this is a verb -- noun, verb, okay -- it'll tell you other forms.

    詞性是名詞或是動詞外 -- 名詞,動詞,可以嗎 -- 它還告訴你字的其他形式

  • It might tell you, okay, you could do something "slow" or "slowly". Or you can have "pant",

    它可能會告訴你,好,你可以"慢慢的"或"慢慢地"做事情。或你可以擁有"褲子",

  • which is completely different. "Pant" is [pant like a dog] and "pants", which I'm wearing,

    是完全不同的意思。"Pant"(喘氣)是(氣喘吁吁像隻狗)和"pants"(褲子),也就是我正穿著的。

  • but you can't see. You know, I am wearing them, trust me. I'm not doing it in my underwear.

    但螢幕上看不到。你知道的,我穿著它們,相信我。我不是穿著內褲錄影的。

  • E goes naked; I come clothed, okay? So it'll tell you other possible forms that you can

    E 它是裸體沒錯 ; 而我有穿衣服,好嗎?所以字典會告訴你字的其他你會用到的

  • use of that word, right? Now, I've given you something to help you

    可能的形式,明白嗎?好,已經給了你一些知識關於你的字典

  • with the dictionary, and this is fun. It's a nice, short lesson. I'm hoping it's going

    如何幫助你,而且富饒趣味。這是個短而質精的課程。我希望這

  • to be very useful because even Canadians -- I say "Canadians"; I'm sorry, but a lot of English

    對你們來說是有用的因為,甚至加拿大人 -- 我說"加拿大人",抱歉,但很多說英語

  • speakers don't know how to use the dictionary because it's set up in a way they just kind

    的人不知道怎麼使用字典,因為它編排的方式就只被用來

  • of look for the definition, and they don't know that these things are there to help them.

    查詢字的定義,而他們卻不知道這些其他部分是來幫助他們知道更多這件事。

  • There have been words I've looked for where I've said, like, "discombooblate" because

    這邊有些字是我找到之前曾經說過的,像是,"discombooblate" 因為

  • I don't know it's "discombobulate" because I don't understand if it's phonetic or the

    我不知道它是"discombobulate",因為我不知道懂它是語音標示法的或是

  • symbol -- syllable. I can speak English, really. And I had to learn when I started teaching

    符號 -- 音標標示法。我會說英語,真的。而當我開始要教學生的時候開始

  • students. When they say, "Teacher, why?" And I go, "Well this is for this. This -- oh,

    我也需要學習更多。當他們說,"老師,為什麼呀?"而我說,"這是因為這樣。這樣 -- 喔~,

  • golly, it is." This is very helpful stuff, right? But before I go too far off course,

    天呀,這是這樣喔。" 這真是太有用的東西了,了解? 但當然是我還沒教得太過偏離正軌之前囉

  • which means away from the subject, I want to give you some tips because this is good.

    ,也就是我偏題了,我要給你們一些憋步,因為實在很好用。

  • This gives you power like a super power. You can use this and go, "I can learn words without

    就像給你超能力一樣。你能使用這個然後說,"我能夠學習字彙

  • the use of any other human being. Read, see, and hear." But how about we build, because

    而不需要其他人類的幫助喔。讀,看和聽懂。" 但是我們如何建立字彙量,

  • that's what the nature of this lesson is, to build our vocabulary. So let's go over here.

    也就是這堂課的本質所在,建立我們的字彙量。我們來瀏覽一遍

  • Ready? Tips. Tip No. 1: Look up words you

    準備好了嗎?小撇步。第一步:查關於你每天都會

  • hear every day, and then look at the words above and below the word to understand prefixes.

    聽到的字,然後看底下、和其上的字來了解字首。

  • This sentence makes no sense whatsoever. But it does because I'll explain it. What I mean is,

    這個句子完全不通順呀。但經過我解釋之後你就能懂。我的意思是

  • every day, when you're learning English, you're going to learn a new vocabulary word

    每天,當你在學習英文時,你要學習一個新的單字

  • or whatnot. And what I want you to do is take that word, write it down, then go home, open

    或諸如此類。而我要你做的就是把那個自寫下來,然後回家,打開

  • your paper dictionary, okay? And then look at the word, but look at the word above and

    你的紙本字典,可以嗎?然後看著那個字,但看它的上方和

  • below because -- I'm going to give you one right now. I'm looking here, and it says -- I'm

    下方,因為 -- 我現在就要給你一個單字。我看這頁,它說 -- 我正

  • looking at "implore". It means "beg", which means to go, "Please, please, please, please

    看著"implore"。意思是"乞求",也就是會像,"拜託,拜託,拜託,拜託

  • come back to EngVid and see James! Please! I beg you!" Okay? So "implore". Then, I look

    回來看EngVid,也來看看詹姆士!拜託!我求你!"明白嗎?所以這就是"implore"。然後我往下看

  • down at "imply". Then, I look at -- it says "implicit". And each one I get the idea that

    "imply"。然後,我看到 -- 它寫著"implicit"。而我了解到每個字的

  • there's something inside. Then I realize "im" means "inside" or "in". Ooh. That was interesting.

    裡頭可以看出些端倪。我後來瞭解到"im"代表"裡頭"的意思或"進去"。喔~那真是有趣。

  • So then, I start looking down and there's "impossible" and "importune", "impose", "impostor",

    所以,我開始往下看到"imposible"和"importune","impose","impostor",

  • "impotent". I'm not impotent. Maybe the worm. He's soft, but not me. Anyway. Well, what

    "impotent"。我不是無能的。蟲哥也許是。它很軟,但我不是。總之。好,

  • I'm saying is, all of these "im" words are in here, and I start going, "Oh, my gosh.

    我是說,這裡所有包含"im"的字,我開始覺得,"喔,我的天呀。

  • They all kind of have a similar meaning." It helps me build my vocabulary faster because

    它們某種程度上都有個相似的意思包含在內。"這幫我加快建立我的字彙量,因為

  • I learned what's called a "prefix". A "prefix" means -- "pre" is before -- something in front

    我學習到所謂的一個"字首"。一個"字首"意思是 -- "pre"是之前的意思 -- 在字的前面

  • of a word that gives meaning to the word or adds meaning to the word, right? And that's

    給予那個字意義或增添多一層意義,明白嗎?而那就我們

  • what we're doing. We're learning it, so it helps me build my vocabulary by learning prefixes.

    今天在做的事。我們在學習字首,所以學習字首幫助我建立字彙量。

  • Kind of cool, huh? How about the second one? Let's go to the

    酷吧,哈?那第二個是如何?我們去

  • monitor. He's going to talk again. Ready? Actually, it's not a monitor, it's Mr. E.

    看螢幕。他又要開始說話囉。準備好了嗎?事實上,那不是螢幕,那是E先生。

  • You've always wondered what I sound like, and yes, I have a sexy voice. So, the next

    你總是疑惑我的聲音聽起來是怎樣,而沒錯,我有個性感的聲音。所以,下個你

  • thing you want to do -- tip No. 2 is: Randomly -- "randomly" means not in order, just whenever

    想要做的是 -- 小撇步二號是:Randomly -- "randomly"意思是沒有次序的,就隨時翻開字典

  • -- for 2 or 3, 2 or 3, and try to make sentences. What the heck does that mean? Well, Mr. E,

    -- 找兩到三個字,兩到三個字,試著造句。這到底是什麼意思?這麼嘛,E 先生,

  • that's why I'm here. What Mr. E meant to say was this: Randomly take, take -- Mr. E -- 2

    這是我在這邊的用處。E先生說的意思是:隨機取,取 -- E 先生 -- 兩

  • or 3 words, okay? I want to make sure you can see it because I'm running out of room

    到三個字,可以嗎?我要確定你能看到因為快沒空間寫了

  • here. So I'm just going to put 2 or 3 words -- and try and make a sentence with it. So

    所以我要寫二到三個字 -- 然後試著用它們造個句字。所以

  • I've got "word" -- S. See? Two mistakes. Are you happy now? Bad, bad James. Okay, look.

    我有"字" -- 漏了個 S。看吧?兩個錯誤了。你現在開心了吧?糟,糟糕的詹姆士。好吧,看這。

  • So look at randomly for 2 or 3 words. And just open up the dictionary, and you take,

    我隨機地找了兩到三個字。就是隨便翻開字典的某頁,然後你看到

  • "bloom", and then take "incentive", and then take "platinum". "As an incentive for my blooming

    "氣球",然後再翻一次看到"激勵",然後再翻看見"白金"。"為了給我蒸蒸日上的事業

  • business, I got a platinum card." Oh, he teaches English. That's right. I do. What I'm saying

    一些激勵,我辦了一張白金卡。"喔,他會教英文。沒錯。我會。我的意思是

  • is you take two or three words randomly, right? And you try and make a sentence with them

    你隨便挑兩到三個字,明白嗎?然後你試著用這些字,並參照字典中的規範

  • using the rules you find from the dictionary. Is it a verb? Is it an adjective? Put them

    造一個句子。它是動詞?還是形容詞?把它們放到各自該去的

  • in place. That will help teach you syntax. So here are two ways you can, by yourself,

    位置。這會幫助教你學會句法。所以這裡有兩個方法你可以,靠你自己,

  • use this book by yourself and work on your English, learn things that you haven't been

    靠你自己使用這本字典然後練習你的英文,學習你沒被任何人教過

  • taught, and then prove or, as I said, build your vocabulary. Do you like that? Our little

    的,然後證明或,像我說的一樣,建立你的字彙庫。這樣有興趣嗎?我們的小小

  • moderator, Mr. E, that voice of his, will be back -- right? -- to help you build your

    主席,E 先生,它的聲音,會在出現 -- 對吧? -- 來幫助你建立你的

  • English vocabulary, syntax, conversation skills, grammar, and whatnot. I like that word. It's

    英語字彙量,學習句法,對話技巧,文法,和諸如此類的。我喜歡那個字。它

  • my word of the day. Anyway. Thanks a lot. Mr. E -- out. Know your

    是我的每日一字。總之,非常感謝。E 先生 -- 你可以走了。瞭解你的

  • dictionary, and know yourself, and you'll be victorious in every conversation you have.

    字典,瞭解你自己,然後你會在往後每個對話中成功正確表達自己。

  • Know only -- shut up with the Sun Tzu already. Okay.

    就只要知道 -- 跟孫子一樣靜默就好。好的。

The Canadian-English Dictionary. Over 500 sold. Not many Canadians, I think, eh? Just

加拿大-英語字典。賣了超過500本。我想,加拿大人不多,哈?開個玩

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