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  • This is a download from BBC learning English. To find out more visit our website

    這是BBC學習英語的下載。要了解更多資訊,請訪問我們的網站

  • 6 Minute English From BBC Learning English dot com

    6分鐘英語》來自BBC學習英語網。

  • Hello. I'm Neil. Welcome to 6 Minute English, where we like to share

    你好 我是尼爾 Hello.I'm Neil.歡迎來到6分鐘英語,在這裡我們喜歡分享... ...

  • Jokes, funny stories and cat videos

    笑話,有趣的故事和貓的視頻... ...

  • No, Robwe like to share six useful items of vocabulary.

    不,羅布--我們喜歡分享六項有用的詞彙。

  • Yes, that too. But first, check out this meme on my phone, NeilGrumpy Catit's

    是的,這也是。但首先,看看我手機上的這個備忘錄,尼爾--暴躁的貓--它'。

  • so cute! Shall I send it to you?

    好可愛!要不要我寄給你?

  • No, please don't! A meme is a picture or video with an amusing caption that a lot of people

    不,請不要!meme是指帶有有趣標題的圖片或視頻,許多人

  • share with each other online. Well, in this programme we're talking about why some online

    與對方在線分享。好了,在這個節目中,我們'正在談論為什麼一些在線的

  • content goes viral

    內容傳播...

  • and some doesn't. This cat is cute because it looks so grumpyand that means 'bad

    ......而有的卻沒有。這隻貓是可愛的,因為它看起來如此暴躁--這意味著'壞的

  • tempered'.

    回火的'。

  • An image, video, or other piece of information goes viral when it gets passed on very quickly

    一張圖片、一段視頻或其他資訊如果被迅速傳播,就會變成病毒式傳播。

  • from person to person on the internet.

    在互聯網上人與人之間。

  • So first let's start with our quiz question, Neil. Can you tell me which was one of the

    所以首先讓我們從我們的測驗問題開始,尼爾。你能告訴我哪一個是

  • first videos to go viral on the internet? Was it

    第一個在互聯網上走紅的視頻?是不是...

  • a) Charlie bit my finger, b) Sneezing Panda or

    (a)查理咬了我的手指,(b)打噴嚏的熊貓或......。

  • c) Dancing Baby?

    c) 跳舞的寶貝?

  • I'm going to guess 'Sneezing Panda' – because I haven't seen any of those videos.

    我'要猜'打噴嚏的熊貓'--因為我沒有看到任何這些視頻。

  • That's ridiculous Neil. Have you been living under a rock?

    太荒謬了,尼爾。你一直生活在岩石下?

  • Look, I just don't find silly videos particularly cuteor funny.

    你看,我只是不'發現愚蠢的視頻特別可愛-或有趣。

  • OK, OK, no need to get grumpy about it. Let's move on. Why do so many peopleNeil excluded

    好了,好了,不用發脾氣了。讓我們'繼續前進。為什麼這麼多人--尼爾除外

  • enjoy sharing content online? Let's listen to Dr Jonah Berger, Marketing Professor at

    - 喜歡在網上分享內容?讓我們來聽聽Jonah Berger博士,市場營銷教授在

  • the University of Pennsylvania and author of Contagious: Why things catch on, talking

    賓夕法尼亞大學教授、《傳染病:為什麼事情會流行》一書的作者。

  • about what motivates us to share.

    關於我們分享的動力。

  • Humans are social animals. Sharing allows us (to) feel connected to others. We share

    人類是社會性動物。分享讓我們(感覺到)與他人的聯繫。我們分享

  • emotions, which allow us to deepen the bonds we have with our peers and with our friends.

    情感,讓我們與同齡人、與朋友之間的聯繫不斷加深。

  • So it's all about being connected and deepening the bonds between ourselves and our peers.

    所以,這'就是要與自己和同行之間建立聯繫,加深聯繫。

  • Our peers are people the same age as ourselves who share the same social position in a group.

    我們的同齡人是指與我們同齡的人,他們在一個群體中有著相同的社會地位。

  • And we particularly like to share content that makes us feel emotional. Let's hear more

    而且我們特別喜歡分享那些讓我們感慨的內容。讓我們'聽到更多

  • from Dr Jonah Berger about this.

    喬納-伯傑博士說的。

  • High arousal emotions include things like anger and anxiety, but also excitement and

    高喚醒情緒包括憤怒、焦慮等,也包括興奮和。

  • humour, low arousalsadness and contentment. [It] turns out that those high-arousal emotions

    幽默,低喚起--悲傷和滿足。事實證明,這些高興奮度的情緒。

  • those emotions that fire us up and cause us to take actionalso drive us to share.

    - 那些激發我們的情緒,使我們採取行動--也促使我們分享。

  • Arousal means 'to excite a particular feeling in somebody'. And emotions like anger and

    喚醒的意思是'激發某人的特殊感覺'。而像憤怒和

  • anxiety tend to cause stronger feelings than sadness and contentment.

    焦慮往往會引起比悲傷和滿足更強烈的感受。

  • Righthigh-arousal emotions fire us upand to fire someone up means 'to make

    對--高漲的情緒會讓我們興奮起來--而讓人興奮起來就意味著'讓。

  • someone excited and enthusiastic about something'. So when a video we see on the internet makes

    有人對某件事情感到興奮和熱衷'。所以當我們在互聯網上看到的視頻讓

  • us laughor makes us excited or angrythen we are more likely to share it with

    我們笑了--或者讓我們興奮或憤怒--那麼我們就更有可能與你分享它。

  • others.

    其他。

  • And sharing that emotion with others strengthens the connection or bond between us. That's

    而與他人分享這種情感,可以加強我們之間的聯繫或紐帶。這就是

  • what Dr Berger's theory says anyway.

    反正伯傑博士的理論是怎麼說的。

  • I'm surprised that sad things aren't passed on as much as, say, funny things.

    我'很驚訝,悲傷的事情沒有'流傳的那麼多,比如說,有趣的事情。

  • Well, how often do you share sad videos with your peers?

    那麼,你有多久會和同伴分享傷心的視頻呢?

  • Good point. I do tend to share content that makes me laughmore than sad or angry

    有道理。我確實傾向於分享讓我發笑的內容--比悲傷或憤怒的內容要多。

  • stuff anyway. Like the Grumpy Cat meme. Can I show it to you now?

    東西反正。就像脾氣暴躁的貓的備忘錄。我現在可以給你看嗎?

  • No.

    不知道

  • OK. I'll just show you the caption. It says, "I purred once. It was terrible".

    好吧,我就給你看標題。我就給你看標題。它說,"我呼嚕一次。這是可怕的"。

  • Yeah. Right. Hilarious, Rob. Now, can we have the answer to today's quiz question, please,

    是的,是的。是啊,沒錯。幽默,羅布。現在,我們可以有答案 今天的測驗問題,請。

  • if you've finished amusing yourself?

    如果你已經完成了娛樂自己?

  • OK. OK. Which was one of the first videos to go viral on the internet? Was it… a)

    好了,好了好的。哪一個是最早在互聯網上傳播的視頻?是... a)

  • Charlie Bit my Finger, b) Sneezing Panda or c) Dancing Baby?

    查理咬我的手指,b) 打噴嚏的熊貓還是c) 跳舞的寶寶?

  • And I said 'Sneezing Panda'.

    我說'打噴嚏的熊貓&39;。

  • Well, it was actually Dancing Baby. This 3-dimensional animation of a baby dancing the cha-cha was

    嗯,其實是《跳舞的寶寶》。這部嬰兒跳恰恰舞的三維動畫就是

  • one of the first viral videos released in the late 1990s. Another popular one was the

    是20世紀90年代末發佈的第一批病毒視頻之一。另一個流行的是

  • Hamster Dance by Hampton the Hamster, which appeared in 1997.

    1997年出現的倉鼠漢普頓的《倉鼠舞》。

  • Well, fascinating as all that sounds, shall we look back at the words we learned today,

    好了,聽起來很吸引人,我們來回顧一下今天學過的單詞吧。

  • Rob?

    羅伯?

  • Sure. The first item was 'meme' – a picture or video with an amusing caption that a lot

    當然,第一項是'meme'--帶有有趣標題的圖片或視頻,很多人

  • of people share with each other online. For example, "I tried to show Neil a hilarious

    的人在網上互相分享。例如,"我試著給尼爾看一個搞笑的。

  • meme about a grumpy cat."

    關於一隻脾氣暴躁的貓的備忘錄。"

  • The word 'meme' was actually invented by evolutionary biologist Professor Richard Dawkins to represent

    其實,'meme'這個詞是進化生物學家理查德-道金斯教授發明的,用來代表。

  • an idea or concept that spreads in human culture in a similar way to a gene.

    一種在人類文化中傳播的思想或觀念,其傳播方式類似於基因。

  • Fascinating. That sounds way too complicated, Neil. Let's move on to item number two – 'grumpy'

    迷人的。這聽起來太複雜了,尼爾。讓我們繼續第二項--'脾氣暴躁&39。

  • – I gave one example just now. But here's another one: "He's the grumpiest man I've

    - 剛才我舉了一個例子。但這裡還有一個。"他是我見過的脾氣最暴躁的人"。

  • ever met."

    曾經與。"

  • I hope you're not talking about me, Rob. Number three – 'to go viral' – means 'an image,

    我希望你'不是在說我,羅布。第三條--'去病毒'--意味著'一個影像。

  • video, or other piece of information that gets passed on very quickly from person to

    錄像或其他資訊,在人與人之間迅速傳遞。

  • person on the Internet'. For example, "What makes a video go viral?"

    人在互聯網上'。例如,"是什麼讓一個視頻成為病毒式傳播?"

  • I don't know, NeilIf I knew how to make a viral video, I'd be a rich man by now!

    我不知道,尼爾--如果我知道如何製作病毒視頻,我現在已經是個富翁了!

  • Before computers and the internet we only talked about viral infections, didn't we?

    在電腦和互聯網之前,我們只談論病毒感染,不是嗎'?

  • "I've got a nasty viral infection so I'm not coming into work today."

    "我'得了討厭的病毒感染,所以今天不來上班了。"

  • Yeah, that's right. The connection is that both viral infections and viral memes spread

    是的,這'沒錯。連接是,病毒感染和病毒備忘錄傳播

  • quickly!

  • OKnumber four. 'Peers' are people the same age as our selves who share the same

    好--第四條。 '同行'是指與我們自己同齡的人,他們有著相同的

  • social position in a group.

    在一個群體中的社會地位。

  • For example, "Teenagers often worry about looking silly in front of their peers." Next

    比如,"青少年常常擔心在同伴面前顯得很傻"。下一篇

  • uparousalthat means 'to excite a particular feeling in somebody'.

    up--喚醒--這意味著'激發某人的特殊感覺'。

  • We heard about high and low-arousal emotions. The verb is 'to arouse'. For example, "The

    我們聽說過高情商和低情商。動詞是'喚起&39;。例如:"The

  • debate aroused strong feelings on both sides."

    辯論引起了雙方的強烈感情"。

  • OK, finally – 'to fire someone up' means 'to make someone excited and enthusiastic

    好了,終於--'讓人興奮起來&39;意思是'讓人興奮起來,熱情起來。

  • about something'. "I'm really fired up about today's vocabulary!"

    關於一些'。"我'今天'的詞彙真的很火爆!"

  • Good to know, Rob. But it's time to go now, but please check out our Instagram, Twitter,

    很高興知道,羅布。但它'現在是時候去, 但請檢查我們的Instagram,Twitter。

  • Facebook and YouTube pages.

    Facebook和YouTube頁面。

  • Bye-bye!

    再見!

  • Goodbye!

    再見!

  • Shall we watch that 'dancing baby' now, Neil?

    我們要不要看那個'跳舞的嬰兒&39;,現在,尼爾?

  • No.

    不知道

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