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  • Hi again. Welcome to www.engvid.com. My name's Adam.

    嗨!又見面了,歡迎回到www.engvid.com,我是Adam

  • Today's lesson is about expressions using the word "way".

    今天的課是有關「way」的表達方式

  • Now the reason I decided to have this lesson is because English is a funny language,

    錄製這堂課是因為我覺得英文是一個很有趣的語言

  • and it's full of expressions, and for those of you who are studying English

    有很多樣的表達方式;對於你們這些學習英文者

  • and just getting into it, a lot of these expressions and the contexts they are used in will be

    或是剛學習者而言,這些表達方式和使用方式會

  • completely unclear to you; very confusing. So I'm going to clear up some of these.

    難以理解。所以,我將會弄清楚幾個way的表達方式

  • There are 10 here, you'll be ready to go after these. Okay.

    在白板上,我列了10個way的表達方式。上完這堂課,你們可以盡情的使用這些表達方式

  • A very common expression: "a two-way street".

    第一個較普遍的表達方式是:「a two-way street(雙向溝通的管道-人和人互相幫助的關係)」

  • Now, you know you're driving, a one-way street means only cars...

    你們在單行道上開車

  • Cars can only go one way; not the other way. But we use this expression

    只能往同一個方向開,不可以逆方向。但,a two-way street的表達方式

  • to mean a reciprocal relationship.

    指的是人和人互相幫助的關係

  • This is a high-end word for those of you who need it

    對於你們而言,reciprocal是一個專業的字彙

  • also, but it goes both ways. So if we have a relationship and only one person is making

    意思是雙向的。假使我們在一段感情中,其中一方都是在做

  • the decisions, or only one person is giving opinions, or only one person is deciding where to go eat every night,

    決定的;而另一個人是給意見的,或者只有一個人在決定每晚的晚餐

  • for example - that's a one-way street.

    這個例子指的正是- a one-way street(人和人的關係當中,只有一方單方面地幫助另一方)

  • All the decisions, all the ideas are coming from one person to the other.

    決定權和想法由同一方施加於另一方上

  • A two-way street is when both people have

    而A two-way street指的是兩方的人都有著

  • equal share in the relationship, equal responsibility, equal duties, etc., and both contribute to their relationship.

    相互的關係,相同的責任、和義務、等等;兩方共同建立出的關係

  • It's a two-way street. You can think about when you're talking about

    指的就是a two-way street。你們可以想想看,當你們提到

  • your boss. If your boss is very tough and what he says goes, then it's a one-way street

    你們的老闆時,而你們老闆非常的頑固,不管他說什麼,都是依照辦理

  • in terms of command.

    也就是所謂的命令

  • But if your boss is friendly and listens to his staff, then he has a two-way street relationship.

    但假使你們有個友善的老闆,善於傾聽員工的想法,那他與你們的關係就是所謂的a two-way street

  • "Get out of (someone's) way" or "get out of (the) way",

    「Get out of (someone's) way(指要對方離開/滾開)」或是「get out of (the) way(指完成一件事)」

  • so one like very straightforward

    是非常直接的用法

  • according to the words means get out of the way. I'm coming through, move. Get out of my way. Okay?

    字面上指的是別擋路,我要過去,滾開。Get out of my way

  • Very, like the physical get out of the way. But you can also get out of someone's way,

    要你不要擋路。但,你也可以說get out of someone's way

  • mean don't put an obstacle in front of them. Okay?

    意思是不要阻止對方做某事

  • I am going to be the President of America, and if you think you're going to stop me,

    假使你們想要阻止我成為美國總統

  • I tell you: "Get out of my way", because nothing's going to stop me. I'm going straight to the White House. Okay?

    我會告訴你們;「不要阻撓我」,沒有任何事情可以讓我放棄,我要馬上前往白宮

  • So you better get out of my way, because I feel very sorry for you if you try to stop me.

    所以,你最好識相一點讓開,不要阻止我,否則後果我不負責

  • But "get out of the way" has a different expression, that's why I put these...

    但是,「get out of the way」是不一樣的表達方式,這就是為什麼我要把這兩個

  • It's a different expression, I put these in brackets. To get something out of the way or to get it out of the way,

    表達方式用括號括住。To get something out of the way (解決一件事)或是 to get it out of the way(解決一件事)

  • for example, you go to university, and I know in Canada,

    例如,你們要上大學,我知道在加拿大

  • we have to take certain courses. It doesn't matter what we major in, what we study, some courses we have to take.

    我們必須要選修特定的課程,不管我們的主修是什麼,還要再選修特定的課程

  • So, I studied philosophy, for example, but I had to take astronomy.

    例如,我主修哲學,但我必須要選修天文學

  • I had to take a science class. I chose astronomy. I figured, you know, stars, whatever,

    或是科學課程。我選擇了天文學,你們知道的,就是有關星星,不管怎樣

  • they're interesting, they're pretty, why not? Right? So, what I did, my first year I took that

    他們比較有趣,他們很漂亮,怎麼可能不選天文學!所以,在第一年,我選了

  • class and I got it out of the way. It's to the side, now I can continue doing what I want to do, what I want to study.

    天文學,這是另外選修,而我got it out of the way。所以,我可以繼續研讀我喜歡的哲學

  • So to get it out of the way, finish it, put it away,

    get it out of the way指的是完成某事

  • move on to the next thing.

    而接著做下一件事情

  • Oh, "by the way", did I mention that this is another very useful expression?

    對了!我剛有提到「by the way」是另一個非常實用的表達方式嗎?

  • "By the way" is probably the most commonly used of these expressions.

    「By the way」大概是這幾個之中最最最被用到的表達方式

  • When you're talking to someone and you suddenly remember something,

    你們跟別人講話時,你們突然想到某件事

  • or you suddenly thought of something that

    你們突然想到有件

  • is related to the idea or even not related, you can say... You can stop, you can interrupt

    與你們談論內容相關或不相關的事,你們可以‧‧‧先打斷

  • the person, and say: "Oh, by the way, I saw Suzie last week and she says hello."

    那個人的話,而說:「哦~對了!我上禮拜遇到Suzie而她跟我打招呼」

  • We're talking about old high school friends, I remember:

    我們談到之前的高中朋友,我記得:

  • "Oh, yeah, Suzie, we went to high school with her."

    「哦!對!Suzie!跟我們同一間高中的」

  • I just remembered her in the middle of the conversation, say:

    我只是在聊天的過程中,想到她,而說:

  • "Oh, by the way"-it means I just remembered

    「哦~by the way」意思是我剛好想起

  • -"I saw Suzie, she says hi. Okay, let's continue the conversation",

    -「我遇到Suzie,她跟我打招呼,就這樣,我們剛剛聊到哪裡」

  • or talk about Suzie, whatever you want. It's a bit of an interruption, but not rude.

    或是繼續談論Suzie,看你們。這是有點打斷的意思,但不是惡意的

  • It's actually okay to use.

    這是可以使用的表達方式

  • "Go all the way", this is a very good expression; a few meanings. Physically, you can go all the way to the end of street,

    「Go all the way」是一個很好的表達方式,它有幾個意思,活動你們的身體,走到這個街的盡頭

  • turn right, and be on your way. So "go", actually move

    然後右轉,就在你們的路上。所以,這裡的「go」指的是移動

  • "all the way" means the full distance.

    「all the way」意思是全程

  • "Go all the way" means also to complete something.

    「Go all the way」也是指堅持到底而完成某件事

  • You had an idea, you had a target, if you're going all the way, it means you're not stopping until you reach your target.

    你們有一個想法、有一個目標,假使你們要going all the way,指的是達到目標之前,你們不會有遲疑

  • So I'm going all the way to the White House,

    所以,我不遲疑地前往白宮

  • so get out of my way if you're trying to stop me. But a very common expression:

    所以,假使你想要阻止我,滾開。還有另一個非常常見的表達方式是:

  • "go all the way", you will hear it in movies, you will hear it all the time, slang, more casual,

    你們在電影中也常聽到「go all the way」,流行語,較口語的用法

  • it means have sex. So, you're going... My friend's going out with a girl tomorrow night,

    則是指的是上床。所以,我的朋友明晚要和一位女生出去

  • and I think... And I say to him:

    我想‧‧‧我會跟他說:

  • "You think you're going to go all the way?" And he says:

    「你想你們會上床嗎?」,而他回答:

  • "Well, I don't know. I'm not sure if she likes me or not."

    「恩,我不知道,我不確定她是不是也喜歡我」

  • I think we both understand, I think you guys understand what we're talking about.

    我想我們倆都知道意思,而你們也都知道我們在講什麼

  • "To be in a bad way", so the next day after my friend's date,

    「To be a bad way(遭遇不幸、悲傷的事)」,所以,在我朋友約會完的隔天

  • I went to see him and he was in a really bad way.

    我拜訪他,但他was in a really bad way

  • Why? Because he didn't go all the way with his girlfriend the night before. Okay?

    為什麼?因為前天晚上,他和女朋友沒有在一起

  • "To be in a bad way" means to feel bad. It could be physically, like you're sick,

    「To be in a bad way」意思是感到不適,這可以是身體上的,像是生病

  • or if you went drinking one night and then the next day you have a hangover, then

    也可以指隔天的宿醉。所以

  • you're in a bad way. You're very rough, you're very sick. Or if you broke up with someone

    你們感到不舒服的、生病的。或者假使你們與某人分手、

  • or if you lost your job, or if somebody, a family member passed away, then you could

    失業、又或者家族中的某位成員過世,你們可能會

  • be in a bad way. You could be very upset, very bad condition. Okay? And so somebody

    是be a bad way。你們會感到憤怒,不適的。所以,某人會

  • will describe you this way.

    這樣描述你

  • "To have a way with", I should put that "to",

    「To have a way with(對‧‧‧很擅長)」,我少寫了「to」

  • sorry about the squeak.

    不好意思這個吱吱聲

  • "To have a way", so some people have a way with words,

    「To have a way」,有些人對詞語很擅長

  • some people have a way with other people,

    有些人對社交很擅長

  • some people have a way with technology.

    有些人對科技很擅長

  • So, "to have a way with" means to be very good at or with something.

    所以,「to have a way with」指的是對某件事很擅長

  • So, a very good writer, of course, has a way with words.

    像是一位好的作家很擅長詞語的運用

  • He or she can express anything they want,

    他/她可以盡情的寫作抒發

  • they can do it very eloquently, very nicely, very interestingly, and people

    他們可以寫得很含蓄、很整齊、很有趣,而人們

  • understand they're looking at a writer, at a real writer.

    都見證到一位真正的作家

  • Obama, President Obama has a way with words. He's a very good speaker.

    Obama、總統Obama就是很擅長運用字詞。他是一位很厲害的演說家

  • He knows how to move an audience. Okay?

    他知道怎麼打動他的觀眾

  • "Way off", so if you want to guess about something about me, then you're... And you make something

    「Way off(錯得厲害)」,如果你們在推測我的某些事情,但是你們推測出的結果

  • completely wrong, not even close to the truth, then you are "way off".

    是完全錯誤的,甚至稱不上是事實,那你就是「way off」

  • So, basically, we could say "way off", and sometimes we say "way off the mark".

    所以,基本上,我們可以說「way off」,但有時候我們會說「way off the mark」

  • It means you have a target or you have a guess you want to make, but you're completely wrong, completely away from the actual correct answer.

    意思是你們有一個目標/猜測,而你們想要去證實,但你們卻完完全全搞錯

  • "The mark" being the truth, in this case.

    這個字裡的「The mark」指的是事實

  • If you think of darts, you throw the darts and you have to get the bullseye, the little red dot in the centre.

    你們可以想看看飛鏢,你們在射飛鏢,你們必須要射到靶心,在中心的那個小小紅點

  • If you throw it like this and it goes to the wall, there, you're way off;

    如果你們射錯方向,它則會射到牆壁,這就代表你們way off

  • you missed the mark.

    你們沒正中紅心、射得不準確

  • "Make way". "Make way" basically means move. "Make way".

    基本上「Make way」指的是移動

  • Okay? "I'm coming through, make way!"

    「我要走過去,你們讓開一下!」

  • So I'm coming through a large crowd of people, and I'm running, and I shout:

    所以,我跑過一群人,而大聲要他們:

  • "Make way!" and everybody sort of parts like the Red Sea.

    「Make way!」而每個人都像是紅河一樣讓出一道路

  • But "make way" also means to progress.

    但是「make way」也有進步的意思

  • So the boss comes to me and, like, my team, and he goes:

    所以,老闆向我/我的團隊走過來,接著問:

  • "How's the project coming along?"

    「你們的計畫目前做得如何?」

  • And I say: "Oh, you know, we're making way."

    而我說:「哦!你知道的,我們有所進展了」

  • It means we're getting ahead, moving forward.

    意思是我們有所前進、發展

  • "Way out there". So then, my friend comes to me and he says:

    「Way out there(回應瘋狂的事或想法)」,像是我朋友對我說:

  • -"Do you want to take a trip to the Amazon Jungle next week?"

    -「你下禮拜想去亞馬遜雨林旅行嗎?」

  • -"Okay, whoa, that's way out there."

    -「恩,挖屋,that's way out there」

  • It means I can't even imagine that, that's a crazy idea.

    意思是我無法想像他提出的瘋狂計畫

  • Okay? Or it could just be very, very imaginative.

    這件事可以是非常不實際的

  • My friend is way out there. He's always... His mind is in the skies. He's never thinking about reality;

    我朋友是瘋狂的,他總是愛想像,不實際

  • he's always dreaming about different things. He's way out there.

    他很愛作夢,很不切實際

  • A little bit crazy or a little bit imaginative, depending who you ask.

    有點瘋狂又有點想像力的。每個人有不同方式來詮釋他這樣的人

  • And last one: "be on your way".

    最後一個是:「be on your way(離開)」

  • If you go... This is a bit more formal, but if you go somewhere

    這表達方式比較正式,如果你們要去某個地方

  • and, like, you go to a restaurant, and you and your friends are speaking a little bit

    像是餐廳,而你們和朋友講話有點

  • too loudly, the manager will come and say:

    太大聲,餐廳經理則會走到你們旁邊對你們說:

  • "Excuse me, could you please be on your way?

    「不好意思,可以請你們be on your way

  • Could you please leave?" Okay? So: "be on your way", leave.

    可以請你們離開嗎?」所以:「be on your way」就是離開的意思

  • But if I call my friend and I say: "Hey, I'm on my way" means I'm now coming to you or to your house.

    但,如果我打給我朋友說:「嘿!我on my way」指的是我在去他們家的路上

  • "Be on your way", leave. "Be on my way", I'm coming over. Okay?

    「Be on your way」意思是離開,「Be on my way」是我在去‧‧‧的路上

  • So, I hope you enjoyed some of these expressions. Very common. You will hear them regularly;

    所以,我希望你們都喜歡這些非常常見的表達方式。你們會常常聽到這些表達方式:

  • movies, talking to people on the street, books, newspapers, etc.

    像是電影、與他人在街上的對話、書籍、報紙、等等

  • If you want to find out if you understood them correctly, go to www.engvid.com.

    如果你們想要知道更多它們的用法,來我們的網站www.engvid.com.

  • There's a quiz there that you can try your knowledge of these.

    在那網站裡,有個小測驗,你們可以試看看

  • Ask me any questions you like in the forum.

    你們有任何問題都可以在論壇中跟我提出

  • And please subscribe to my YouTube channel and visit me again soon.

    請訂閱我在YouTube上的頻道,趕快再來跟我見面

  • Bye.

    再見

Hi again. Welcome to www.engvid.com. My name's Adam.

嗨!又見面了,歡迎回到www.engvid.com,我是Adam

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WAY這個詞在英語中的10種用法 (10 ways to use the word WAY in English)

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