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  • Let's eat. Hi, guys. I'm Alex. Thanks for clicking, and welcome to this lesson on "Eating Vocabulary".

    開動吧!嗨各位,我是艾利克斯,謝謝你們收看,歡迎來到這堂「飲食詞彙」課程

  • We all eat, every day. Unless you're a plant, you definitely eat.

    我們每天都必須進食,除非你是個植物,不然你一定會吃飯

  • Today,we're going to look at some vocabulary that we use to talk about eating,

    今天我們要學習一些跟「吃飯」有關的單字

  • the activities associated with it, the feelings associated with it. You know, not like really emotional,

    還有一些關於吃飯的行為、感受的說法,並不是真的在講情緒

  • emotional, like angry, although you could be, but different...

    情緒包括憤怒等等,雖然你可能會有這種感受,但是

  • Different words associated with food and eating.

    和吃飯時的感受沒有關聯

  • So, I will just go down the list, point with my knife. It's not very dangerous. Don't worry.

    好,接下來我會依序說明這些單字,刀子是我的小幫手,別擔心這很安全

  • Plus, you're watching me somewhere; I'm not going to hurt you. Let's start from the top.

    而且,你在世界的另一端看我,我不會傷到你的。我們從第一個開始

  • First, we have the verb "bite". So, "bite" is simply this action: [bites]. Okay?

    第一個單字是 "bite",這個動作就是 "bite",了解嗎?

  • When you bite, you have to bite food if it's very hard, for example. Now, this actually goes

    如果食物很硬,那你就一定要咬,例如,現在這個字可以延伸為另一個表達

  • towards an expression, and we have an expression called: "Grab a bite". So, if you are hungry

    我們有一種表達方式為 "Grab a bite",如果你很餓

  • and you want to get something to eat with your friend, family, etc., you can say:

    你想和朋友、家人去吃點東西,你可以說

  • "Hey, let's grab a bite. Come. I want to grab a bite."

    「欸!我們去吃點東西吧。」「我想去吃東西,一起去吧!」

  • Or: "We should grab a bite." This means:

    或是「我們該吃飯了。」這代表

  • We should get something to eat. Usually something small, like if you go for lunch with someone

    我們該去吃點東西了,通常不是大餐,例如你和別人

  • at a fast food restaurant or something like that, if you go to fast food restaurants.

    到速食餐廳吃午餐,如果你去速食餐廳吃飯

  • So "grab a bite" means get something to eat, and "bite" is this action: [bites]. All right?

    那 "grab a bite" 就是找東西吃的意思,"bite" 就是這個動作,了解?

  • Next, we have the verb "chew". So your mom or your dad probably told you when you were

    下一個字是動詞 "chew",你的父母在你小時候應該常叮嚀你

  • a kid to chew your food. So, chewing is this action: [chews]. And don't talk when your

    吃飯要細嚼慢嚥,所以 "chew" 是這動作,(咀嚼中),還有不要在嘴裡

  • mouth is full. Right? So, you need to chew your food. There is some rules, or maybe they're

    有食物時說話,記得嗎?所以吃飯要細嚼慢嚥,我聽過一些吃飯的規矩

  • real, maybe they're not, they say: "Chew your food 24 times before swallowing." I guess

    不知道是真的還假的,一個是「食物必須咀嚼24下後才能吞下」

  • it depends like what you're eating, so I don't know.

    我覺得要看情況,我持保留意見

  • Next, before I move to this, we have the verb "nibble". Now, "to nibble" is to eat something,

    下一個,我先講 "nibble" 再說其他延伸的詞,"to nibble" 是吃東西的意思

  • but just give it a small, small bite like... I'm going to look ridiculous, I'm sorry, just:

    但只是吃一小口而已,我不是故意傷害你們眼睛的,就像這樣

  • [nibbles].

    (小口咬)

  • Like rabbits could nibble carrots, for example. You think of like Bugs Bunny

    像兔子在啃胡蘿蔔,你可以想像賓尼兔

  • or something. Okay? So "to nibble" is to just take a small, small, small bite of something.

    或其他兔子的畫面,好嗎? 簡單說"to nibble"就是咬很小很小口的意思

  • Now, this expression "have a nibble", if you're... You know, if you go for dinner with your friend

    有個說法叫 "have a nibble",當你和朋友一起晚餐時

  • and you want your friend to try your food, you can say: "Here, have a bite." You can

    你想讓朋友嘗嘗你的食物,你可以說 "Here, have a bite."

  • also say: "Here, have a nibble. Just a little nibble. Try a little piece." Okay?

    或者 "Here, have a nibble. Just a little nibble. Try a little piece." 了解嗎?

  • Here we have the word "bib". At the start of the lesson, I put on my bib. It means I'm

    這裡有個詞叫 "bib",在課程開始前,我穿上圍兜

  • ready to eat. If you go to a restaurant... A lot of people don't really use the bibs

    表示我準備開動了,如果你到餐廳去...我想現在很多人

  • in this way anymore I think. Most people put them in their laps when they go to a restaurant.

    不會這樣使用圍兜了,多數人到了餐廳會把餐巾放在大腿上

  • But this is a bib. Still very useful, especially if you eat lobster or ribs; anything messy.

    但這是餐巾,還是很有用的,尤其在吃龍蝦或肋排這種會把手弄髒的食物時

  • "Drink". I'm sure you understand the verb "drink". Basically, if you have any liquid,

    "Drink" ,相信你一定知道這個動詞,"drink",如果你在飲用任何液體,

  • water, etc., juice, you must drink it. Okay? Now, "drink" can be a noun or it can also

    例如水或果汁,你就是在喝東西,了解嗎?現在 "drink" 可以當名詞

  • be a verb. So you drink if you are thirsty. If you're thirsty, you need water, you need

    也可以當動詞使用,你口渴了就會喝東西,如果你口渴,你需要水

  • liquid. You need to drink something, like this.

    你需要液體,你需要喝東西,像這樣

  • I'm just going to put these down. And... Ah, this is a good word: "sip". So "a sip" is

    我要把刀叉放下,然後...呃...這是個很好的字 "sip",那"a sip"的意思是

  • if you want to take a small drink of something. So, for example, I am a little thirsty, I

    你小口啜飲某樣飲料,例如,我有點口渴

  • need a sip of water. So you can use "sip" like a noun or a verb. You can have a sip,

    我要喝一小口水,所以 "sip" 可以當名詞也可以當動詞,"You can have a sip"或者

  • or you can sip, like this. Just a sip, a quick drink. Okay? We also use this verb very commonly

    "you can sip" 就是快速的喝一小口,了解嗎?我們很常用這個動詞

  • if you're drinking something hot, like we say: "Whoa, whoa, whoa. Don't... You know,

    當你在喝很燙的東西時,我們會說:「喝慢點,你懂的,

  • don't just drink it. Sip it, like: [sips]." Right? Small, little sips, like this, if something

    不要大口喝,小口點,像這樣 (啜飲)」懂嗎?如果某樣東西很燙時

  • is very hot. Very important.

    記得像這樣小小口、一點點喝,這很重要

  • Okay, and again, I gave you the expression: "You can take a sip", or "have a sip", similar

    好,來複習一下,我給你一些例子,"You can take a sip" 或者 "have a sip" 的意思和

  • to "have a nibble", "have a bite", if you're offering food. If you want to offer, you know,

    "have a nibble" 很接近,如果你想分享你的食物,像是

  • a taste of your drink to a friend, you can say: "Here, try it." or "Here, have a sip."

    給朋友嚐一口你的飲料,你可以說"Here, try it."或是 "Here, have a sip."

  • Very common. Or: "Take a sip."

    也可以說 "Take a sip" 這些都是常見用法

  • Okay, next, we have the verb "swallow". So after you eat, after you chew, after you drink,

    好,下一個,這個動詞是「吞嚥」,在你吃、咀嚼、或喝東西之後,

  • you: [swallows] ingest your food. The food goes down into your body. This is called "swallowing".

    你(吞)會把食物吞下,食物會到你身體裡,這動作就是"swallowing"

  • So you swallow your food.

    你把食物吞下

  • Next, we have the verb "burp". So if you eat hotdogs, drink Coca-Cola, have pizza, have

    下一個,這個動詞是「打嗝」,如果你在吃熱狗、喝可樂、吃披薩,

  • some carbonated beverage, or even some water, you might burp. So, "burp" is when the gas

    飲用碳酸飲料,甚至在喝水時,你可能會打嗝,所以「打嗝」是指氣體

  • comes up and comes out of your mouth, like: "[burps]." This is called a burp. I can't

    從你的嘴巴排出體外,像這樣(嗝),這就是打嗝

  • burp right now. I can't.

    我現在無法打嗝,我沒辦法

  • [Burps]. Burp - oh my.

    (嗝) 噢我的天

  • Now, these are, again, some of the more functional words related to, you know, eating, chewing,

    好的,接下來這些詞彙,有些很實用的詞和吃、咀嚼

  • biting, drinking, sipping, etc. Now we're going to look at some other ones; still related

    咬、喝、啜飲相關,現在我們要來學其他詞彙,仍然

  • to eating, but a little different than these. Now, again, if you are at a family party,

    和飲食有關,只是有些不同,現在假設你在一個家庭聚會

  • at your friend's house, and you finish dinner, and you are still hungry after dinner, you

    或著在朋友家,你已經吃完晚餐了,但你還是沒吃飽,你可以

  • can "ask for seconds". This means that you want, you know, the same thing, but more of

    「請求再吃一份」意思是你想再吃一份和上一盤一樣的菜色

  • it. You want more food. Say: "Hmm, I think I'm going to go for seconds." Okay? So you

    你想多吃點,可以說"Hmm, I think I'm going to go for seconds."了解嗎?你可以

  • can ask for seconds. "Can I have more? Can I have seconds?"

    請求再來一份,"Can I have more? Can I have seconds?"

  • "Leftovers", very useful, and again, very useful in many ways, not just as vocabulary,

    「剩菜」很實用的字,可以用在很多地方,不只是個單字

  • but also for making a lunch for the next day. So "leftovers" are the food you don't eat,

    也可以當隔天午餐使用,所以 "leftover" 指的是你不想再吃的食物

  • usually, you know, if you make a lot of food for dinner the night before and you don't

    通常呢,如果你在晚餐前準備很多食物,但你沒有

  • eat everything, the food that is remaining, that is left, is called leftovers. So you

    全部吃完,留下來的食物就是剩下的,就稱為剩菜,你可以

  • can put these leftovers, you know, in a Tupperware, and you can bring it for lunch the next day

    把沒吃完的食物裝進保鮮盒,隔天帶去上班,中午時

  • at work, for example. So, I like eating leftovers for lunch usually right the next day after

    就能享用,例如我很喜歡把前一晚的食物當成隔天的午餐

  • dinner, because if I enjoyed my dinner, I'm definitely going to enjoy the same food the

    如果我很喜歡我的晚餐,那我一定也會享受再隔天中午

  • next day for my lunch.

    吃同樣的食物

  • Woo. Now, after you eat a lot, you can say: "I'm full." Now, if you're full, there's no

    呼,現在呢,你吃了很多,你可以說 " I'm full.",如果你吃飽了,代表你的

  • space here. Okay? You have eaten a lot, enough, or maybe too much. Okay? You can also say,

    肚子沒有空間了,了解嗎?你吃很多、吃剛好,或者太飽了,好嗎?你也可以說,

  • again, a little... Not really slang, but definitely, you know, a bit more slang than "full" is

    稍微....這個字不完全是俚語,但它肯定比 "full" 還要口語化,它是

  • "stuffed". So if you say: "I'm stuffed. No more. No more. I'm full. I'm stuffed." Okay?

    "stuffed".你可以說「我撐死了,不能再吃了,太飽了,快撐死了」了解嗎?

  • And if you are the opposite, if you haven't eaten yet, you can say, you know: "I am hungry."

    那如果情況相反,你還沒有吃飯,你可以說,你知道的"I am hungry."

  • Or you can also say, if you're really, really, really hungry: "I'm starving." Now, you are

    如果你真的真的真的很餓,你也可以說 "I'm starving.",但你現在

  • not actually starving. "Starving" actually means that, you know, you haven't eaten food

    應該不會很餓,"starving" 其實是指,你有一段很長的時間

  • in a long time and it's giving you physical problems. You're probably not starving. I

    沒有進食,你的身體開始出問題,所以你應該不會餓到這種地步

  • hope you're not starving. Why are you paying for internet, but not food? But you can say

    我希望你沒有餓壞肚子,不然你怎麼可能有錢付網路費卻沒錢吃飯呢? 但如果

  • this to exaggerate, like: "Oh, I'm starving. I'm so hungry." Okay?

    想誇大說法,可以說 "Oh, I'm starving. I'm so hungry." 了解嗎?

  • Okay, guys, so to finish, I just want you to repeat the words after me. Focus on the

    好的各位,課程快結束了,希望你們跟我念一次這些字,這次

  • pronunciation this time, all right?

    請專注在發音,好嗎?

  • "Bite", "chew", "nibble",

    咬、咀嚼、啃

  • "drink", "sip", "swallow",

    喝、啜飲、吞嚥

  • "burp", "seconds", "leftovers",

    打嗝、添菜、剩菜

  • "full", "stuffed", "hungry", "starving".

    吃飽的、吃撐的、飢餓的、快餓死的

  • So, if you'd like to test your understanding of this vocabulary, as always,

    如果你想確認自己真的了解這些單字

  • you can check out the quiz on www.engvid.com.

    你可以到engVid網站做隨堂測驗

  • And don't forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel.

    還有別忘了訂閱我的YouTube頻道

  • Now, if you'll excuse me, there's a steak waiting for me.

    沒有問題的話我要先離開了,有塊牛排在等著我呢

Let's eat. Hi, guys. I'm Alex. Thanks for clicking, and welcome to this lesson on "Eating Vocabulary".

開動吧!嗨各位,我是艾利克斯,謝謝你們收看,歡迎來到這堂「飲食詞彙」課程

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