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  • Hello everyone, and welcome back to English with Lucy.

    大家好,歡迎再次收看「跟著露西學英文」。

  • Today, I'm going to talk you through the five

    今天,我將和你談談五個

  • words and phrases that you need to stop saying immediately.

    你需要立即停止這麼說的單詞和片語。

  • Nah, it's not that serious. (chuckles)

    其實沒那麼嚴重啦。(笑)

  • Before we get started, I would just like to thank

    在我們開始之前,我要感謝

  • the sponsor of today's video, it is italki.

    今天影片的贊助商,它是 italki。

  • If you haven't heard of italki before,

    如果你以前從沒聽過 italki

  • it's a huge online database of both native

    它是一個由母語和非母語人士組成的龐大的線上資料庫

  • and non-native speakers who give one-to-one

    提供 24 小時線上一對一影片教學

  • video lessons 24/7.

    全年無休。

  • You can learn English, and over 100 other languages

    你可以從世界上任何角落學習英語

  • from anywhere in the world,

    以及其他 100 多種語言

  • as long as you have a stable Internet connection.

    只要你有穩定的網路就行了。

  • It's an incredibly affordable way of learning a language,

    這是一個經濟又實惠學習語言的方案

  • way cheaper than an offline tutor

    遠比你請一個家教或是

  • or an offline language academy.

    去上語言學校,便宜得多。

  • I have so many people message me each day

    我每天都收到很多人的留言

  • asking how they can meet, and talk to,

    詢問如何才能與母語人士面對面

  • and practise with native speakers.

    交談和練習。

  • Italki is a really good option

    Italki 確實是一個不錯的選項

  • because they have qualified teachers,

    因為它們有合格的英語教師

  • but they also have community teachers,

    也有社區教學的老師

  • which will practise conversation with you.

    可以和你練習英語會話。

  • They've given me an offer to pass onto you,

    我要轉達一個它們提供的優惠

  • you can $10 worth of italki credits for free

    你第一次購買課程時

  • when you make your first lesson purchase.

    可以免費獲得價值 10 美元的 italki 積分。

  • All you have to do to get started

    你只要點擊說明欄的鏈接

  • is click on the link in the description box.

    就可以開始了。

  • Right, let's get on with the lesson.

    好的,讓我們開始今天的課程。

  • Okay, so the title is pretty shocking,

    今天的標題有點嚇人

  • The Words and Phrases You Must Never Say.

    「你絕對不能說的單詞和片語」。

  • But honestly, if you do want to sound like a native speaker,

    說實話,如果你真的想把英語說得接近母語人士

  • or even sound like a very accomplished English student,

    甚或是像一個很有造詣的英語學習者

  • you should avoid saying these words and phrases.

    你就應該避免說這些單詞和片語。

  • Because when students say them,

    因為當學生說出這些詞彙時

  • I immediately think they're at a lower level.

    我會立刻認為他們的英語程度不是很好。

  • The first phrase that you must never say is,

    你絕對不能說的第一個片語是

  • have you ever been in?

    have you ever been in? (你曾去過?)

  • And then the location.

    後面接一個地名。

  • Have you ever been in Italy?

    你曾經去過義大利嗎?

  • Have you ever been in Istanbul?

    你曾經去過伊斯坦堡嗎?

  • Whenever I do a live on Instagram,

    每次我在 Instagram 直播時

  • I always get asked this exact question.

    我總會被問到這個問題。

  • Of course, I answer it, because I love talking about Italy,

    當然,我會回答,因為我喜歡聊義大利

  • and I have been to Istanbul,

    我也去過伊斯坦堡

  • but it shouldn't be in, it's the wrong preposition.

    但是在這裡不應該用 in,這個介係詞是錯的。

  • It's not that it doesn't make sense,

    我並不是說句子不通

  • it's just not commonly said.

    只是通常不會這麼說。

  • We understand what you're trying to say,

    我們理解你想要說的

  • you want to know if I've ever visited or travelled to

    你想知道我是否曾去過

  • Italy, or Istanbul, or wherever it may be,

    義大利,伊斯坦堡,或者其他任何地方

  • but, we don't say in, we say to.

    但是,我們不說 in,我們說 to。

  • Have you ever been to Italy?

    Have you ever been to Italy? (正確的說法)

  • Have you ever been to Istanbul?

    Have you ever been to Istanbul? (正確的說法)

  • So yes, really watch out for that one.

    所以,真的要小心這個錯誤。

  • Number two, this is another comment I get a lot on Instagram

    第二個,這是另一個我在 Instagram 收到很多的留言

  • especially when I upload photos with my boyfriend.

    特別是當我上傳我和男友合照的時候。

  • They ask me, is he your husband?

    他們問我,那是妳老公嗎?

  • Are you married?

    妳結婚了嗎?

  • Are you married with Will?

    妳是和 Will 結婚嗎?

  • Although it makes sense,

    雖然這些問題都很合理

  • and we understand what you're saying,

    我也瞭解你們想要問的是什麼

  • married with a person isn't correct,

    但是用 married with 是錯誤的

  • it should be married to.

    應該用 married to 才對。

  • It's weird when you think about it.

    你是不是覺得奇怪。

  • You should be married with someone,

    應該 married with 某人才對吧

  • not to that sounds too formal,

    不該用 to,那似乎有點太正經八百了

  • but we say I am married to my husband.

    但是我們卻用 I am married to my husband.

  • Now, this is why.

    我告訴你為什麼。

  • If we're using with, I'm married with my husband,

    如果我們用 with,I'm married with my husband

  • what if I say I am married with kids,

    如果我說 I am married with kids

  • that sounds like I am in a marriage with some children.

    聽起來好像是說我和小孩子結婚。

  • However, with in this case, means and also have.

    但是,with 在這個句子裡,還有「有」的意思。

  • I am married, and I also have kids.

    我已經結婚而且有小孩了。

  • I am married with kids.

    就會說 I am married with kids.

  • Number three.

    第三個。

  • If I ever ask my students how long

    如果我問我的學生

  • they've been learning English,

    他們學了多久的英語

  • I sometimes get the response,

    我有時候會得到這樣的回答

  • I've been learning English since two years.

    I've been learning English since two years. (我學英語已經兩年了)

  • Don't worry if you say that to a native,

    如果你對英語母語人士這樣說,別擔心

  • they're not going to say, what?

    他們不會說,蛤?

  • They'll understand what you're trying to say,

    他們會明白你想說的是什麼

  • but it's incorrect.

    但這樣說是錯的。

  • It should be since a fixed point in time,

    在 since 後面應該接一個明確的時間點

  • so I've been learning English since 2016.

    I've been learning English since 2016. (我從 2016 年開始學英語)

  • Duration, it needs to be for.

    如果講的是一段期間,就應該用 for。

  • I have been learning English for two years, since 2016.

    I have been learning English for two years, since 2016. (我學英語已經兩年了,從 2016 年開始)

  • Another common mistake we can add on to that is during.

    另一個常見的錯誤是用 during。

  • I know in some languages like Spanish,

    我知道在某些語言,像是西班牙語

  • you would say durante dos anos,

    會這樣說 durante dos anos

  • but it doesn't work in English.

    但是在英語裡不行。

  • I wouldn't say I've been learning English during two years,

    我們不會說 I've been learning English during two years

  • doesn't work, for.

    這是錯的,介係詞要用 for。

  • Talking about for, let's move on to number four.

    說到 for (與 four 諧音),讓我們繼續講第四個。

  • Teacher Lucy. (chuckles)

    露西老師。(笑)

  • Right, it actually makes me sad to talk about this one,

    沒錯,現在要討論的讓我感覺有點悲情

  • because I think it's so sweet and cute.

    因為我覺得它實在是親切又可愛。

  • But students will often address me as Teacher Lucy,

    學生經常稱呼我為「露西老師」

  • like hey Teacher Lucy, how are you?

    像是「嗨,露西老師,妳好嗎?」

  • But I feel obliged to tell you guys

    但是我覺得有責任要告訴你們

  • that in the UK, if you're trying to learn British English,

    在英國,如果妳們想學英式英語

  • we don't address our teachers as Teacher and then name.

    我們不會用「XX 老師」來稱呼老師。

  • Now, I'm not saying don't ever say this,

    我並不是說絕對不能這樣稱呼

  • because obviously in your own country,

    因為在你們的國家

  • it might be very rude not to address your teacher

    如果不稱呼你們的老師為「瑪莉老師」,「穆罕默德老師」

  • as Teacher Mary, Teacher Mohammed.

    就可能會被認為沒禮貌。

  • But if you're in the UK, and I think in the US as well,

    但是如果你在英國,我認為在美國也是一樣

  • it's not common to use this to address your teachers.

    不會這樣稱呼你的老師。

  • In a school environment, we would say,

    在學校,我們會稱

  • Miss, Mrs, Mister, or Mizz.

    Miss (小姐),Mrs (太太),Mister (先生), 或 Mizz (女士)。.

  • Mizz is if a woman doesn't want to disclose

    Mizz 是指對你不清楚對方婚姻狀況

  • if she's married or not, and then the surname.

    的女性的尊稱,後面接著是她的姓。

  • Or if they've got specific qualifications,

    或是可以稱呼他們特定的身份

  • professor or doctor.

    像是教授或博士。

  • In informal language schools,

    在非正式的語言學校

  • I would just want to be addressed as Lucy.

    我希望學生直接稱呼我「露西」。

  • If I was teaching in a formal school,

    如果我是在正式的學校教書

  • I would be called Miss Earl.

    學生就會稱呼我為「艾爾小姐」。

  • Any other place, Lucy.

    在其他任何地方,學生都只會稱呼我「露西」。

  • Teacher Lucy just isn't used over here.

    在我們這裡是不會稱呼「露西老師」的。

  • The last one, number five.

    最後一個,第五個。

  • I love it when I receive this question in my classes,

    我很喜歡在課堂上被問到這個問題

  • but it's often said incorrectly.

    但是學生的問句往往是錯誤的。

  • Can you explain me this, can you explain me that?

    妳能為我解釋這個嗎,妳能為我解釋那個嗎?

  • Now, it should be can you explain this to me?

    正確的問法應該是, can you explain this to me?

  • Can you explain that to me?

    Can you explain that to me?

  • Explain me is wrong, explain to me is right.

    Explain me 是錯誤的用法,explain to me 才是正確的。

  • I would never say explain me your answer,

    我絕對不會說 explain me your answer

  • I would say either explain to me your answer,

    我會說 explain to me your answer

  • or much better, explain your answer to me.

    或說得更漂亮一點 explain your answer to me。

  • Now there is an exception to this,

    但是有一個例外

  • and this is pretty advanced,

    而這涉及了高階的文法

  • explain me can exist in one specific context.

    explain me 只有在一個特定的情況下才可以使用。

  • So, you have to explain an object.

    explain 後面必須接一個事或物當作受詞。

  • Explain the object to me,

    Explain + 事/物 to me

  • or explain to me the object.

    或是 explain to me + 事/物。

  • Now, if me is the object, then yes explain me can exist.

    如果 me 就是那個事/物,那麼 explain me 這個講法就可以成立。

  • For example, if I was going to see a therapist,

    例如,如果我要去看治療師

  • and I was reclining on his sofa,

    而我正躺在沙發上

  • as I don't understand myself.

    因為我不了解我自己。

  • Explain me to me. (chuckles)

    所以我把我自己解釋給我聽。(笑)

  • Yes that would work, but that's quite advanced.

    是的,這樣是可以說得通,但你要精通文法才可以這樣用。

  • Just know that explain needs an object.

    你只要知道,explain 後面要接一個事/物。

  • Right, that's it for today's lesson.

    好了,以上就是今天的課程。

  • Those are the five things that you need to stop saying,

    這些就是你需要停止說的五件事

  • and make a conscious effort to avoid and correct.

    你必須真心的,努力去避免並更正這種錯誤。

  • Don't forget to check out italki,

    別忘了去看看 italki

  • the link is in the description box.

    鏈接已放在說明欄。

  • You can click on it

    你可以點擊它進去觀看

  • and claim your $10 worth of italki credits

    並在購買第一堂課時

  • for free when you make your first lesson purchase.

    免費獲得價值 10 美元的 italki 積分。

  • Don't forget to connect with me on all of my social media.

    不要忘記在我所有的社群媒體上與我聯繫。

  • I've got my Facebook, I've got my Instagram,

    我有 Facebook、Instagram

  • and I've got my Twitter.

    我也有 Twitter。

  • I will see you soon for another lesson.

    我們下一堂課再見。

  • This is another comment I get a lot on Instagram,

    這是另一個我在 Instagram 收到很多的留言

  • especially when I upload photos with my boyfriend.

    特別是當我上傳我和男友合照的時候。

  • Boyfriend.

    男友。

  • Boyfriend.

    男友。

  • You can learn English, and many. (groans)

    你可以學習英語,以及許多。(呻吟)

  • I sometimes get the response,

    我有時候會得到這樣的回答

  • I've been learning Englidge.

    我一直在學習英語。

  • Lid, Englidge. (groans)

    竟然將英語唸成 Englidge。(呻吟)

  • Look at me trying to teach English,

    我很努力教英語

  • I can't even say my own language.

    我竟然連自己的母語都講不好。

  • (chuckles)

    (笑)

  • (soft electronic music)

    (輕柔的電子音樂)

Hello everyone, and welcome back to English with Lucy.

大家好,歡迎再次收看「跟著露西學英文」。

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