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  • Welcome to 6 Minute English, where we introduce

    歡迎來到6分鐘英語,在這裡,我們將介紹

  • a colourful topic and six suitable items of vocabulary

    一個豐富多彩的話題和六個合適的詞彙項目。

  • I’m Tim

    我是蒂姆...

  • And I’m Neil. Why are you wearing a

    我是尼爾你為什麼要穿一個

  • policeman’s hat, Tim?

    警察的帽子,蒂姆?

  • To get me in the mood for our topic today

    為了讓我對今天的主題有一個好的心情。

  • uniforms!

    制服!

  • Well, the hat certainly suits you!

    好吧,這頂帽子很適合你!

  • And if something suits you it looks good on you!

    如果有適合你的東西,你穿上它就會很好看!

  • Well, thanks, Neil. And funnily enough,

    嗯,謝謝,尼爾而且很有趣的是

  • I have a question for you on the subject of

    我有個問題想問你,關於... ...

  • police hats!

    警帽!

  • In the 19th century, police officer’s top hats

    在19世紀,警察的頂帽。

  • could be used

    可用於

  • a) to stand on,

    a)站在;

  • b) as a weapon

    (b) 作為武器

  • or c) to protect their heads from the sun?

    或c)保護他們的頭部不被太陽晒傷?

  • Well, they're kind of pointy so I’m going

    好吧,他們是那種尖尖的,所以我要去

  • to say as a weapon.

    以說作為武器。

  • OK. Let’s consider what the point of a uniform is.

    好了,我們來想想制服的意義是什麼?讓我們考慮一下制服的意義是什麼。

  • Why do some jobs have them while others don't?

    為什麼有些工作有,而有些工作沒有?

  • WellThe police, and other emergency services,

    警察和其他緊急服務。

  • like the fire brigade, and ambulance service

    救護車

  • they need practical clothes to help them

    - 他們需要實用的衣服來幫助他們

  • do their job.

    做他們的工作。

  • People need to recognize them too,

    人們也需要認識到他們。

  • don’t they?

    不是嗎?

  • Yeah, that’s right. A uniform makes people

    是的,沒錯一身制服讓人

  • stand out from crowd.

    脫穎而出

  • If something stands out it’s noticeable

    如果有什麼突出的東西,它是引人注目的

  • or easy to see.

    或容易看到。

  • But uniform also allows you to fit in

    但統一也能讓你適應----------。

  • it shows you belong to a particular group or

    它表明你屬於一個特定的群體或

  • organizationand people often enjoy that

    組織--人們往往喜歡這樣

  • sense of community at work.

    工作中的社區感。

  • Do you think we should get some 6 Minute English

    你認為我們應該得到一些6分鐘的英語。

  • T-shirts made, Neil?

    做的T恤衫,尼爾?

  • Well, we share a sense of community without team T-shirts, Tim. Let’s listen to cultural

    好吧,沒有團隊T恤,我們共享社區意識,蒂姆。讓我們聽聽文化

  • historian, Joe Moran talking about why wearing a uniform can also allow you to behave differently

    歷史學家喬-莫蘭談到為什麼穿上制服也能讓你的行為與眾不同。

  • to the way you normally behave.

    到你平時的行為方式。

  • Joe Moran, cultural historian: It’s a role and a genre that you adopt and it’s kind

    文化史學家喬-莫蘭:這是你採用的一種角色和流派,它是一種

  • ofit’s something that’s not quite you. It’s kind of a persona that you can

    的--這是不完全屬於你的東西。它是一種你可以...

  • put on. In Germany they call itmaskenfreiheitwhich is the freedom conferred by masksthere’s

    戴上。在德國,他們稱它為 "面具",這是面具所賦予的自由----------------------------------------------------------------------------------有

  • something about taking on what is very clearly a persona or professional role, that can be

    扮演一個非常明顯的角色或職業角色,可以是

  • liberating, I think.

    解放,我想。

  • So when you put on a uniform you are adopting a role or genre. Genre means a particular

    所以當你穿上制服時,你就是在採用一種角色或流派。體裁是指一種特殊的

  • style. And a persona is a character you present to the outside worldas opposed to the

    的風格。而人設是你向外界展示的一個角色--相對於。

  • person you feel like inside.

    你覺得裡面的人。

  • Joe Moran compares putting on a persona to putting on a mask. And he says this can be

    喬-莫蘭把戴上人設比作戴上面具。他說這可以是

  • very liberating. But do you really think putting on a uniform liberatesor freesus

    非常解放。但你真的認為穿上制服就能解放或釋放我們嗎?

  • from the person we really are?

    從我們真正的人?

  • Maybe. If youre shy, for example, a uniform might feel liberating because it allows you

    也許是吧比如說,如果你很害羞,制服可能會讓你覺得很自由,因為它可以讓你

  • to behave more confidently. Soif you could choose a uniform and a new personawhat

    變得更加自信。所以--如果你可以選擇一套制服和一個新的角色--什麼?

  • would it be, Tim?

    是嗎,蒂姆?

  • Hmm. An airline pilot, I think. I’d look great in a blazer with brass buttonsand

    嗯,我想是一個航空公司的飛行員。航空公司的飛行員,我想。我穿上有黃銅鈕釦的西裝外套會很好看的

  • with the cap and mirror sunglasses. Hello, this is your captain speaking. Well shortly

    戴著帽子和鏡面墨鏡你好,我是你們的艦長我們很快就會

  • be arriving at LAX airport in sunny Los Angeles. Local time is 12.55 and it’s hot hot hot

    將抵達陽光明媚的洛杉磯機場。當地時間是12點55分,天氣很熱很熱。

  • outside, so I hope youve packed plenty of sun cream.

    在外面,所以我希望你帶了很多防晒霜。

  • OK Tim, stop, stop, stop, stop, stop! I can see you’d love to be a pilotor at least

    好了,蒂姆,停,停,停,停,停,停!我看得出你很想成為一名飛行員--或者至少是...

  • you’d love talking to your passengers!

    你會喜歡和你的乘客哈拉的!

  • What about you, Neil? What would you like to try on for size? A surgeon’s scrubs?

    你呢,尼爾?你想試穿什麼尺寸?外科醫生的手術服?

  • A nun’s habit?

    尼姑的習慣?

  • To try something on for size means to decide whether it’s what you want or not. No Tim

    試穿某樣東西的尺寸意味著決定它是否是你想要的。不,蒂姆...

  • I’d go for a chef’s apron, checked trousers, a tall hat.

    我會選擇一條廚師圍裙,格子褲,一頂高帽子。

  • I think the uniform would suit you, but are you good at cooking, Neil?

    我覺得這身制服很適合你,但你擅長做飯嗎,尼爾?

  • I’m an excellent cook. Now, I think we should have the answer to today’s quiz question, Tim

    我是一個優秀的廚師。現在,我想我們應該有答案 今天的測驗問題,蒂姆。

  • Yes, I asked what a police officer’s hat could be used for in the 19th century.

    是的,我問的是在19世紀,警官的帽子可以用來做什麼。

  • And I said as a weapon.

    我說作為武器。

  • Wrong, I’m afraid. From 1829 to 1839, Metropolitan Police officers wore a cane-reinforced top

    恐怕錯了。從1829年到1839年 大都會警察都穿著藤條加固的上衣。

  • hat, which could be used as a step to climb or see over walls. I wonder if modern police

    帽子,可以作為爬牆或看牆的臺階。我不知道現代警察

  • hats are strong enough to stand on?

    帽子堅固到可以站在上面?

  • Well try yours later and find out. But now let’s go over the other key words we

    我們稍後再試試你的就知道了。但現在讓我們去看看其他的關鍵詞,我們

  • learned today.

    今天瞭解到。

  • OKif somethingsuits you’, it looks good on you. For example, “Does this pilot’s

    好吧--如果有些東西 "適合你",那它穿在你身上就很好看。例如,"這個飛行員的

  • uniform suit me, Neil?”

    制服適合我嗎,尼爾?"

  • It suits you down to the ground, Tim! And that means it suits you very well!

    它很適合你,蒂姆!這意味著它很適合你!

  • Number twoIf somethingstands outit’s noticeable or easy to see.

    第二條--如果有什麼東西 "突出",那就是明顯的或容易看到的。

  • My colourful suit really stood out at the party.”

    "我那套五顏六色的衣服在晚會上真的很出彩。"

  • In a good way, I hope! OK, next item – ‘to fit in’ – means you belong to a particular

    我希望是好的方式!好了,下一個項目--"適應"--意味著你屬於一個特定的。

  • group and are accepted by them.

    群體,並被他們接受。

  • “I never fitted in with the cool kids at school.”

    "我從來沒有和學校裡那些酷酷的孩子們合得來。"

  • I’m sorry to hear that, Tim! Maybe you weren’t wearing the right uniform? Number four is

    我很抱歉聽到這個消息,蒂姆!也許你穿的制服不對?四號是

  • persona’ – the character you present to the outside worldas opposed to the

    角色"--你向外界展示的角色--而不是你的身份。

  • person you feel like inside.

    你覺得裡面的人。

  • My work persona is confident and chatty but I’m actually rather shy.”

    "我的工作形象是自信、健談,但其實我比較害羞。"

  • I’m learning a lot about you today, Tim!

    我今天學到了很多關於你的東西,蒂姆!!!。

  • Theyre just examples, Neil. I don’t have a work personathat’s the nice thing

    它們只是例子,尼爾。我沒有工作角色--這是很好的事情。

  • about our jobthere’s no need to put on masks or personas.

    關於我們的工作--沒有必要戴上面具或人設。

  • Just the occasional hat

    只是偶爾戴個帽子...

  • Indeed. And a very nice hat this is too – I think I’ll keep it. Now, let’s finish

    確實如此。這頂帽子也非常漂亮,我想我會留著它。現在,讓我們完成

  • the vocabulary! Number five – ‘liberatingmeans feeling you can behave however you like.

    詞彙量!第五條--"解放 "的意思是覺得自己可以隨心所欲。

  • For example, “Talking openly about your problems can be very liberating.”

    比如,"坦誠地談論自己的問題,可以讓人很自由"。

  • And finally, ‘to try something on for sizemeans to test something to decide whether

    最後,"試穿尺寸 "的意思是測試某樣東西,以決定是否需要。

  • you want it or not.

    你是否想要它。

  • Our listeners can try these new vocabulary items on for sizeand decide whether theyll

    我們的聽眾可以嘗試這些新詞彙項目的大小--並決定他們是否會。

  • be useful or not!

    有沒有用

  • And if not, then please let us know by visiting our Twitter, Facebook and YouTube pages and

    如果沒有,請通過訪問我們的Twitter、Facebook和YouTube頁面讓我們知道。

  • telling us what you think!

    告訴我們你的想法!

  • Goodbye!,

    再見!

  • Bye!

    再見!

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