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  • Hello.

    你好啊

  • And welcome again to Living English...

    歡迎再次來到生活英語...

  • ... where we learn how to speak English for work, travel, or study.

    ......在這裡,我們學習如何為工作、旅行或學習說英語。

  • In each program we look at a short drama...

    在每個節目中,我們都會看到一個短劇... ...

  • ... then practisse our English.

    ...然後練習我們的英語。

  • So let's see today's episode of 'Sisters and Brothers'.

    那麼,讓我們來看看今天的'姐妹和兄弟'的節目。

  • Remember in the last episode Anne arrived from Singapore.

    記得上一集安妮從新加坡趕來。

  • She met her business partner Sarah.

    她遇到了她的商業夥伴莎拉。

  • Now she is checking in at her hotel.

    現在她正在酒店辦理入住手續。

  • Thank you very much for picking me up.

    非常感謝你來接我。

  • You're very welcome.

    你'非常歡迎。

  • Will you be alright here?

    你在這裡沒事吧?

  • Thanks. I'll be fine.

    謝謝,我沒事我不會有事的 I'll be fine.

  • And thank you Mark, for helping with my heavy bag.

    謝謝你馬克,幫我拿著沉重的包。

  • Don't...

    不要...

  • Don't mention it.

    別提了。

  • Alright then.

    好吧,那麼。

  • Nice to meet you finally.

    很高興終於見到你了。

  • I'll meet you tomorrow.

    我明天就去見你。

  • Nice to meet you too.

    我也很高興見到你。

  • Goodbye.

    再見了

  • Good morning. Would you like to check in?

    早晨好,你要入住嗎?你要登記嗎?

  • - Yes, please. - And your name?

    - 是的,謝謝- 你的名字呢?

  • Anne Lee.

    安妮-李

  • Yes. [...] please.

    是的,我知道[...]請。

  • How long will you be staying?

    你要住多久?

  • Two weeks.

    兩週

  • [...].

    [...].

  • [...] business.

    [...]業務。

  • Will you need a hire car?

    你需要租車嗎?

  • No, thank you.

    不,謝謝你。

  • Will you need a map of the city?

    你需要一張城市地圖嗎?

  • Maybe later.

    也許以後吧

  • Will you want a newspaper in the morning?

    你早上想看報紙嗎?

  • - No, thank you. - Okay.

    - 不,謝謝你。- 不,謝謝你。

  • And how will you be paying Ms Lee?

    那你怎麼給李小姐發工資呢?

  • Credit card.

    信用卡。

  • Thank you.

    謝謝你了

  • And here's your key.

    而這是你的鑰匙。

  • Room 309.

    309室

  • Enjoy your stay Ms Lee.

    祝您入住愉快,李小姐。

  • Thank you. I hope I will.

    謝謝你,我希望我會的。我希望我會的。

  • In that episode we saw how to say 'thank you'.

    在那一集裡,我們看到了如何說'謝謝&39;。

  • Anne has a reply.

    安妮有一個回答。

  • Let's have another look.

    讓我們再看看。

  • Thank you very much for picking me up.

    非常感謝你來接我。

  • You're very welcome.

    你'非常歡迎。

  • Anne says 'Thank you very much'.

    安妮說'非常感謝你'。

  • This is a polite way of thanking someone.

    這是一種禮貌的感謝方式。

  • Try saying...

    試試說...

  • ... 'Thank you very much for picking me up'...

    ... '非常感謝你來接我'....。

  • ... with the clip.

    ...用夾子。

  • You're very welcome.

    你'非常歡迎。

  • Thank you very much for picking me up.

    非常感謝你來接我。

  • You're very welcome.

    你'非常歡迎。

  • Sarah says in reply...

    莎拉回答說...

  • ... 'You're very welcome'.

    ...... '你'非常歡迎'。

  • This is a polite reply.

    這是一個禮貌的回答。

  • Try at home with the clip.

    在家用夾子試試。

  • Thank you very much for picking me up.

    非常感謝你來接我。

  • Thank you very much for picking me up.

    非常感謝你來接我。

  • You're very welcome.

    你'非常歡迎。

  • 'You're very welcome'...

    '你'非常歡迎'... ...

  • ... or just...

    ...或者只是...

  • ... 'You're welcome'...

    ... '你'歡迎'.... ...

  • ... is what we usually say when someone thanks us.

    ...是我們通常在別人感謝我們時說的話。

  • "You're" is short for "you are".

    "You're"是"你是"的簡稱。

  • You are welcome.

    不客氣

  • Now listen to how Anne says 'thank you' to Mark.

    現在聽聽安妮是如何對馬克說'謝謝你&39;的。

  • And thank you Mark, for helping with my heavy bag.

    謝謝你馬克,幫我拿著沉重的包。

  • Don't...

    不要...

  • She just says 'thank you'.

    她只是說'謝謝你&39;。

  • It is another way of saying 'thank you' for everyday sayings.

    這是另一種說法'謝謝你&39;的日常說法。

  • Listen carefully.

    仔細聽好了

  • Will you be alright here?

    你在這裡沒事吧?

  • Thanks. I'll be fine.

    謝謝,我沒事我不會有事的 I'll be fine.

  • Anne says 'thanks' to a polite question.

    安妮說'謝謝&39;對一個禮貌的問題。

  • For small things like this we just say 'thanks'.

    對於這樣的小事,我們只是說'謝謝&39;。

  • In our next clip listen to what Mark replies when Anne says 'thank you'.

    在我們下一個片段中,聽聽當安妮說'謝謝你&39;時,馬克是怎麼回答的。

  • And thank you Mark, for helping with my heavy bag.

    謝謝你馬克,幫我拿著沉重的包。

  • Don't...

    不要...

  • Don't mention it.

    別提了。

  • Mark says 'Don't mention it'.

    馬克說'別提了&39;;。

  • He's politely saying that Anne doesn't need to say 'thank you'.

    他'很有禮貌地說,安妮不需要說'謝謝你'。

  • 'Don't' is a way of saying 'do not'.

    '別'別'是一種說法'不要'的方式。

  • And 'mention' means 'say'.

    而'提&39;是指'說&39;。

  • Now try saying it yourself.

    現在試試自己說。

  • And thank you Mark, for helping with my heavy bag.

    謝謝你馬克,幫我拿著沉重的包。

  • Don't...

    不要...

  • And thank you Mark, for helping with my heavy bag.

    謝謝你馬克,幫我拿著沉重的包。

  • Don't...

    不要...

  • Don't mention it.

    別提了。

  • In that episode we also saw how to say 'goodbye'.

    在那一集裡,我們還看到了如何說'再見&39;。

  • Nice to meet you too.

    我也很高興見到你。

  • Goodbye.

    再見了

  • She says 'goodbye' as she leaves.

    她離開時說'再見&39;。

  • It's a formal way of saying that you're going.

    這'是一種正式的說法,你'要去。

  • Practise saying 'goodbye' with the clip.

    用片段練習說'再見&39;。

  • Nice to meet you too.

    我也很高興見到你。

  • Nice to meet you too.

    我也很高興見到你。

  • Goodbye.

    再見了

  • When you get to know someone a little better...

    當你更瞭解一個人的時候... ...

  • ... you can say 'see you latter'.

    ......你可以說'後會有期&39;。

  • Practise saying it after me.

    跟著我練習說。

  • See you later.

    回頭見

  • See you later.

    回頭見

  • Now let's look at how to ask questions about what you're going to do.

    現在讓我們來看看如何提出關於你'要做什麼的問題。

  • How long will you be staying?

    你要住多久?

  • Two weeks.

    兩週

  • How long will you be staying?

    你要住多久?

  • We use the word 'will' to ask about the future.

    我們用'會&39;這個詞來問未來。

  • Now listen to another question that uses 'will' to ask about the future.

    現在再聽一題,用'會&39;來問未來。

  • Listen carefully.

    仔細聽好了

  • The hotel clerk speaks very fast.

    酒店店員的語速非常快。

  • Will you want a newspaper in the morning?

    你早上想看報紙嗎?

  • Here's another question from the clerk.

    這是書記的另一個問題。

  • Will you need a map of the city?

    你需要一張城市地圖嗎?

  • And here's another one.

    這裡還有一個。

  • Will you need a hire car?

    你需要租車嗎?

  • All these questions are about what Anne will do in the future.

    這些問題都是關於安妮將來要做什麼。

  • They ask about her plans.

    他們問起她的計劃。

  • They ask about what she intends to do...

    他們問她打算做什麼... ...

  • ... or what she is going to do.

    ...或她要做什麼。

  • For example the question...

    例如問題...

  • ... 'Will you need a hire car?'...

    ...'你需要租車嗎'...

  • ... is asking about the future.

    ...... 是在問未來。

  • About what Anne might need in the next few days.

    關於安妮接下來幾天可能需要的東西。

  • Now listen carefully in our next clip...

    現在仔細聽我們下一個片段... ...

  • ... for another use of 'will' to ask about the future.

    ......對於'將&39;的另一種用法,問及未來。

  • Thank you very much for picking me up.

    非常感謝你來接我。

  • You're very welcome.

    你'非常歡迎。

  • Will you be alright here?

    你在這裡沒事吧?

  • Will you be alright here?

    你在這裡沒事吧?

  • Sarah wants to know how Anne will be in the next few days...

    莎拉想知道安妮在未來幾天的情況... ...

  • ... while she is staying at the hotel.

    ...當她住在酒店的時候。

  • In the next clip see how the word 'will' is used...

    在接下來的片段中,看看如何使用'將&39;這個詞......。

  • ... when you are not asking a question.

    ...當你不問問題的時候。

  • Here's your key.

    這是你的鑰匙。

  • Room 309.

    309室

  • Enjoy your stay Ms Lee.

    祝您入住愉快,李小姐。

  • Thank you. I hope I will.

    謝謝你,我希望我會的。我希望我會的。

  • Anne replies...

    安妮回答...

  • ... 'I hope I will'...

    ... '我希望我會'.... ...

  • ... to the clerk telling her to enjoy her stay in the hotel.

    ...對店員說,讓她好好享受在酒店的生活。

  • She hopes that in the future she will enjoy stay in the hotel.

    她希望今後能在酒店裡享受住宿的樂趣。

  • If you are not asking a question...

    如果你不是在問問題... ...

  • ... you use the word 'will' after words such as 'she'.

    ......你在諸如'她&39;這樣的詞後使用'將&39;這個詞。

  • She will need a hire car.

    她需要一輛出租汽車。

  • I.

    I.

  • I will need a hire car.

    我需要一輛出租汽車。

  • And you.

    還有你

  • You will need a hire car.

    你需要一輛出租汽車。

  • This sort of words...

    這種話...

  • ... 'I', 'she', 'you' are called pronouns.

    ......'我','她','你'被稱為代詞。

  • We use 'will' before pronouns in questions.

    我們在問題中代詞前使用'will'。

  • So if I say...

    所以如果我說...

  • ... 'Will you need a hire car?"...

    ... ... '你需要租車嗎?

  • ... it's a question.

    ...這是一個問題。

  • Listen to the difference.

    聽聽區別。

  • Will you need a hire car?

    你需要租車嗎?

  • You will need a hire car.

    你需要一輛出租汽車。

  • Can you tell which one of these is a question?

    你能看出哪一個是問題嗎?

  • Wiil you enjoy your stay?

    你會喜歡你的住宿嗎?

  • Or.

    或者,

  • You will enjoy your stay.

    你會喜歡你的住宿。

  • 'Will' comes before 'you'.

    '意志'在'你'之前。

  • So 'Wiil you enjoy your stay?' is a question.

    所以'Wiil you enjoy your stay?'是一個問題。

  • It's asking about something in the future.

    這'是在問未來的事情。

  • When 'will' comes after 'you'...

    當'會&39;後面出現'你&39;時,...

  • ... you're just saying what you think is going to happen.

    ......你只是在說你認為會發生的事情。

  • You will enjoy your stay.

    你會喜歡你的住宿。

  • And here's Michelle.

    而這裡的米歇爾。

  • Hello Michelle. How are you?

    你好,米歇爾你好嗎?

  • I'm fine. Thanks Brenton.

    I'm fine.謝謝布倫頓。

  • Hello everyone.

    大家好

  • What will we talk about today?

    今天我們要談什麼?

  • We'll talk about how to pay for things...

    我們將討論如何支付的東西... ...。

  • ... and more about the word 'will'.

    ......以及更多關於'會&39;這個詞。

  • Now Brenton.

    現在,布倫頓。

  • You're going to a holiday to [...].

    你'要去度假[...]。

  • I am?

    我是?

  • Let's pretend.

    讓我們假裝。

  • I've brought some things here.

    我帶了一些東西過來。

  • Ask me if you need them.

    如果你需要的話就問我。

  • And you ask at home too using 'will I need'.

    你在家也用'我會不會需要&39;來問。

  • Remember?

    記得嗎?

  • It's hot in [...] and there's lots of beaches.

    它的熱在[...]和有很多海灘。

  • Alright.

    好吧,我知道了

  • Sunscreen.

    防晒霜。

  • Will I need sunscreen?

    我需要防晒霜嗎?

  • What do you think?

    你覺得呢?

  • Yes, you will.

    是的,你會的。

  • Traveller's cheques.

    旅行者的支票;

  • Will I need traveller's cheques?

    我需要旅行支票嗎?

  • Yes, you will.

    是的,你會的。

  • Sunglasses.

    太陽鏡。

  • Will I need sunglasses?

    我需要太陽鏡嗎?

  • Yes, you will.

    是的,你會的。

  • Teddy bear.

    泰迪熊。

  • Will I need a teddy bear?

    我需要一隻泰迪熊嗎?

  • No, you won't.

    不,你不會。

  • I might.

    我可能會。

  • Now you answer the questions.

    現在你來回答問題。

  • Will he need sunscreen?

    他需要防晒霜嗎?

  • Yes, he will.

    是的,他會的。

  • Will he need sunglasses?

    他需要太陽鏡嗎?

  • Yes, he will.

    是的,他會的。

  • Will he need a teddy bear?

    他需要一個泰迪熊嗎?

  • No, he won't

    不,他不會

  • Oh!

    哦!

  • Now let's look at the saying when Anne pays for her hotel room.

    現在讓我們來看看安妮支付酒店房間費用時的說法。

  • How does she pay?

    她是怎麼付錢的?

  • And how will you be paying Ms Lee?

    那你怎麼給李小姐發工資呢?

  • Credit card.

    信用卡。

  • Anne pays by credit card.

    安妮用信用卡支付。

  • How else can you pay for things?

    不然你怎麼能付得起錢呢?

  • Well, you can pay in cash.

    那麼,你可以用現金支付。

  • So we say you pay by credit card or in cash.

    所以我們說你是用信用卡支付還是用現金支付。

  • How else can you pay?

    你還能怎麼付錢?

  • Well you can often pay by EFTPOS.

    好吧,你可以經常用EFTPOS支付。

  • EFTPOS stands for Electronic Funds Transfer at Point of Sale.

    EFTPOS是銷售點電子資金轉移的縮寫。

  • You use your ATM card for this.

    你用你的ATM卡做這個。

  • And you can pay by cheque.

    而且你可以用支票支付。

  • In America it's spelled differently.

    在美國,它的拼寫方式不同。

  • So we say you can pay...

    所以我們說你可以付...

  • ... in cash,

    ...現金。

  • ... by credit card,

    ...用信用卡。

  • ... by EFTPOS,

    .由EFTPOS。

  • ... or by cheque.

    ...或用支票。

  • Practise saying 'by credit card' with the clip.

    用片段練習說'用信用卡'。

  • And how will you be paying Ms Lee?

    那你怎麼給李小姐發工資呢?

  • And how will you be paying Ms Lee?

    那你怎麼給李小姐發工資呢?

  • Credit card.

    信用卡。

  • Did you hear what the clerk called Anne Lee in that clip?

    你有沒有聽到那段視頻中的店員怎麼稱呼李安?

  • Listen again.

    再聽一遍。

  • And how will you be paying Ms Lee?

    那你怎麼給李小姐發工資呢?

  • Credit card.

    信用卡。

  • She used her formal title 'Ms Lee'.

    她用她的正式頭銜'李女士'。

  • What's your formal title Brenton?

    你的正式頭銜是什麼 布倫頓?

  • My formal title is Mr Whittle.

    我的正式頭銜是惠特爾先生。

  • [...] mister.

    [... ] 先生。

  • We say 'mister' before our last name.

    我們在姓前說'先生&39;。

  • My full name is Brenton Whittle.

    我的全名是布倫頓-惠特爾。

  • So I'm mister Whittle.

    所以我是惠特爾先生。

  • So Mark Taylor in our film is Mr Taylor.

    所以我們電影中的馬克-泰勒就是泰勒先生。

  • Yes.

    是的,我知道

  • And are you Ms Crowden?

    你是克勞登女士嗎?

  • I might be.

    我可能是。

  • I might not be.

    我可能不是。

  • What do you mean?

    什麼意思?

  • Women can be called Ms, Miss, or Mrs.

    婦女可以被稱為女士、小姐或夫人。