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

    大家好!歡迎回到露西的英文世界。

  • In this lesson we're going to be talking

    這次的課程中,

  • about public speaking.

    我們會學如何公開演講。

  • Public speaking is daunting for most people.

    對大多數人來說,公開演講是令人恐懼的。

  • It's commonly cited as the number one fear,

    常被列為最恐懼的事情中的第一名,

  • above snakes, above spiders and above heights.

    位居蛇、蜘蛛和懼高之上。

  • Now, presenting in a foreign language is even harder

    用外語演說更是困難,

  • and the chances are if you want to work

    而且有機會的話,

  • in a multinational company,

    你想要去跨國公司工作,

  • you'll have to present at some point.

    在某些情況下,一定有你需要表現的時候。

  • In this lesson I'm going to give you

    我會教你幾個關鍵技巧,

  • some key tips for presenting clearly and confidently.

    讓你可以清楚和有自信地演說。

  • I'm also going to give you some key phrases

    我會教你幾個關鍵片語,

  • that you can use to fill in the gaps.

    讓你可以填補空白。

  • Additionally, I will help you develop

    此外,

  • your presenting technique

    我會指導你一些演說技巧,

  • so that you can look and sound

    讓你可以看起來很專業,

  • like those successful people you see giving Ted Talks.

    就像是一些名人在 Ted Talks 演說。

  • Let's get started with the lesson.

    我們開始上課吧!

  • (scratches)

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  • (upbeat music)

    (歡快的音樂)

  • Tip number one is to use set phrases to fill gaps.

    第一個技巧是用片語填補空白。

  • Firstly, let's discuss some key phrases that you can use.

    首先,我們來討論一些你可以使用的重要片語。

  • The first topic is greeting your audience.

    第一個主題是和你的觀眾打招呼。

  • You can say good morning,

    你可以說早安、

  • good afternoon or good evening.

    午安或晚安。

  • You can also say welcome to

    你也可以說歡迎來到 ...

  • and then the name of the event.

    (這次的活動名稱)。

  • First, let me introduce myself.

    首先,讓我先自我介紹一下,

  • I am Lucy from my company.

    我是 (公司名稱) 的 (露西)。

  • Beginning your presentation.

    開始你的演說。

  • Let me start by giving you some background information.

    我先向各位介紹一些背景資訊。

  • Or as you're aware.

    如你所知的 ...

  • If you're bringing up a topic

    如果你要說的主題,

  • that your audience already knows about

    是你的觀眾已經知道的內容,

  • then you can use this phrase to introduce it.

    那麼你可以使用這個片語來介紹。

  • For example, as you're aware

    舉例來說:如你所知道的,

  • this product is available in three countries.

    這個產品已經在三個國家販售了。

  • Transitioning to the next topic.

    轉換到下一個主題。

  • Before you move on to your next point,

    在你進入下一個內容前,

  • make sure it's clear to your audience.

    請確保你的觀眾清楚你要進入下個內容。

  • For example, let's move on to our next key point.

    舉例來說:讓我們進入下個重點 ...

  • Or turning our attention now

    或是現在,

  • to the results of our market research.

    我們把注意力轉向我的的市場研究。

  • Providing more details.

    提供更多細節。

  • I'd like to expand on.

    我想要繼續延伸 ...

  • For example, I'd like to expand on my point

    舉例來說:

  • about the fall in GDP.

    我想要擴大我對 GDP 下降的看法。

  • You can also say, let me elaborate further.

    你也可以說,讓我進一步說明 ...

  • Linking to another topic.

    連結到其他主題。

  • As I said at the beginning.

    如同我一開始說的 ...

  • You can use this one to remind your audience

    你可以用這句話來提醒你的觀眾,

  • about a point you made earlier.

    你先前曾說過的重點。

  • It can also be used for emphasis.

    這也可以用來強調。

  • For example, as I said in the beginning,

    舉例來說:如同我一開始說的,

  • we might have a crisis on the horizon.

    我們可能會遇到危機。

  • The same goes for this relates

    這與我之前

  • to what I was saying earlier.

    所說的相關

  • Or this ties in with.

    或是這與之相關

  • Emphasising a point.

    強調一點。

  • The significance of this is.

    這個的重點是 ...

  • Or this is important because.

    或是這很重要因為 ...

  • Or we have to remember that.

    或是我們一定要記住 ...

  • Making reference to information.

    參考訊息。

  • Based on our findings.

    根據我們的實驗發現 ...

  • Or our data shows.

    或是根據數據顯示 ...

  • Or according to our study.

    或是根據我們的研究 ...

  • Explaining visuals.

    視覺效果解釋。

  • I'd like to illustrate this point by showing you.

    我想要展示 ... 向你說明這點。

  • Or this chart shows a breakdown of.

    或是這個圖表細分 ...

  • A breakdown is often used in a presentation

    分類通常用在演說中,

  • to show all of the smaller parts

    顯示在大分類裡,

  • of something bigger.

    劃分的所有小部分。

  • Repeating your point.

    重複你的重點。

  • These phrases are useful for emphasis

    這些片語用在強調很實用,

  • and helping your audience to remember

    而且可以幫助你的觀眾記憶、

  • and understand what you said.

    理解你說的內容。

  • In other words.

    換句話說 ...

  • To put it simply.

    簡單來說 ...

  • What I mean to say is.

    我的意思是 ...

  • Concluding your presentation.

    總結演說。

  • In conclusion.

    結論是 ...

  • Let me sum up my main points.

    讓我總結一下我的重點 ...

  • Thank you for your attention.

    謝謝你的聆聽。

  • I'm happy to answer any questions you might have.

    我很樂意回答你的疑問。

  • Tip number two is slow down.

    第二個技巧是放慢速度。

  • The number one tip I can give you

    如果英文不是你的母語,

  • especially if English is not your first language

    我可以教你最重要的秘訣,

  • is slow down.

    就是放慢速度。

  • When we get nervous we tend to speed up.

    當我們感到緊張時,我們說話不自覺的變很快。

  • If you combine this with an accent

    如果你說話太快,

  • that the audience isn't used to,

    然後觀眾又不習慣你的口音,

  • your audience will struggle to understand you.

    那麼你的觀眾會很難理解你要說的內容。

  • This is especially important

    當任何演講開始的時候,

  • at the beginning of any speech.

    這點特別重要。

  • You need to give them a bit of time

    你需要給他們一些時間,

  • to get used to how you speak.

    去習慣你說話的方式。

  • Number three is use pauses to your advantage.

    第三個技巧是使用停頓。

  • Pauses are so useful.

    停頓非常實用。

  • They give us time to process what is said.

    停頓給我們時間消化所接收到的訊息。

  • After saying something impactful

    當我說了一些很重要的話後,

  • I always leave a couple of seconds

    我總會停頓幾秒,

  • for the audience to process it.

    讓觀眾有時間可以消化所聽到的內容。

  • Use these pauses to give yourself time to think

    這個方式也可以給自己一點時間,

  • and time to have a break.

    去思考和休息。

  • Use them instead of saying um

    用停頓的方式代替 um,

  • which can sound unprofessional.

    um 會讓人聽起來不專業。

  • The best speakers make the audience think

    最棒的演講者會讓觀眾認為,

  • that the pause has been included for their advantage

    停頓是為了讓他們有時間去消化接收到的內容,

  • when in reality they just needed to take a second

    事實上,演講者只是想要一點時間,

  • to consider what they're going to say next.

    去思考下一段他們要說什麼。

  • Number four is do not apologise for your English.

    第四個技巧是不要為你的英文說抱歉。

  • Now this is controversial and I'm not going to say

    這聽起來很矛盾,

  • that you should never say this

    我不是要你絕對不要這麼說,

  • but definitely reconsider saying it.

    但一定要思考後再說。

  • More often than not when I watch a presentation

    我常看到演講中,

  • delivered by someone who isn't a native English speaker,

    有些演講者不是英語母語者,

  • they will start their presentation with

    他們會在開始演講前,

  • sorry for my English.

    為自己的英文能力說抱歉。

  • I personally don't like this.

    我個人不是很喜歡這樣。

  • I think they're doing themselves a disservice.

    我覺得他們這樣做對自己也是一種傷害。

  • They could take so much more control over the situation.

    他們可以更有效的掌控情況。

  • Why not try saying something else like,

    為什麼他們不說點其他的,像是:

  • "English isn't my first language,

    「英文不是我的母語,

  • but I'm going to try my best here."

    但我會盡最大的努力表現。」

  • Instead of seeming unconfident and nervous and embarrassed

    這樣說較不會表現出沒有自信、緊張和尷尬的樣子。

  • you're taking ownership,

    你取得所有權,

  • you're dealing with your circumstances.

    你再處理你自己的狀況。

  • Number five is practise but don't learn.

    第五個技巧是練習,但不是背稿。

  • You can 100% tell the difference

    你絕對可以發現這兩種的差別,

  • between somebody who's delivering a presentation naturally

    一個是自然地發表演說,

  • and somebody who has learnt a presentation word for word.

    一個是逐字逐句的背稿演說。

  • A practise presentation is organic and trustworthy,

    實踐演說是有機的、值得信賴的,

  • it flows.

    有彈性的。

  • A learnt presentation is rigid, memorised

    學習演說是僵化的、用記憶的,

  • and a bit stagnant.

    有點呆板的。

  • It doesn't matter if your presentation

    如果你的每次練習都有些許不同,

  • is ever so slightly different each time you practise it.

    那是正常的,不用介意。

  • Number six, use your cue cards to your advantage.

    第六個是用提示卡。

  • If you are allowed to use cue cards or speaker's notes

    如果你被允許可以使用提示卡或演講小抄,

  • you must have them.

    你一定要用。

  • You might not actually need to use them

    你也許不會

  • in your presentation

    在演講中用到,

  • but consider them your insurance policy.

    但它就像是保險,

  • If the worse comes to the worst and you get stuck

    如果情況變糟的時候,你就會陷入困境,

  • or get stage fright,

    或者突然怯場,

  • they will help you get right back on track.

    小抄會幫你回到正軌。

  • Having them in your hand

    手中握著它,

  • also might make you feel more confident.

    會讓你覺得更有自信。

  • You never know when you're going to be caught off guard.

    你永遠都不會知道你幾時會措手不及。

  • Number seven is body language.

    第七個技巧是肢體語言。

  • Think about your body language.

    想想你的肢體語言。

  • Everyone is different but when I present

    每個人都不同,

  • I don't like to walk around on stage.

    但是當我在演講時,我不喜歡在台上走來走去。

  • I'm very uncoordinated

    我會非常不協調,

  • and it's likely I will trip or stumble.

    而且我很可能會絆倒。

  • I like to have my feet apart so that I'm steady.

    我喜歡把腳分開,讓我保持穩定。

  • I have my cue cards in one hand

    我一隻手會握著提示卡,

  • but I use both to gesticulate and emphasise.

    但我會用兩隻手來強調重點。

  • Practise in front of the mirror.

    在鏡子前面練習。

  • Think about your chest,

    想想你的胸部,

  • is it puffed out?

    是否有挺胸?

  • Think about where you look in the room.

    想想你該看房間裡的哪個位置。

  • Do you focus on one person in the audience

    你要看其中一位觀眾,

  • or do you flick around?

    或是到處走動?

  • Think about your nervous ticks.

    想想你緊張的反應。

  • Mine is touching my hair and stroking my ring

    我會摸頭髮、戒指、

  • or my thumbnail.

    或是拇指。

  • Try not to do that.

    盡量不要這麼做。

  • Film yourself delivering your presentation

    假裝自己在演講時,

  • and work out what body language needs to stay

    要找到哪些肢體語言是可以做的,

  • and what needs to go.

    那些是不應該有的。

  • Tip number eight is dress for the part.

    第八個技巧是服裝。

  • If it's smart casual I lean towards the smart side.

    如果是看似聰明和輕便服裝兩種選擇,我傾向於聰明的一方。

  • Feeling smart makes you feel more confident.

    穿著看起來很聰明會讓你更有自信。

  • Iron that shirt, shine those shoes

    燙平襯衫、磨亮鞋子,

  • and paint those nails if you are so inclined.

    如果你喜歡,擦點指甲油。

  • Have a small mirror on you to check your teeth and face

    如果你知道會有相機或攝影機拍你,

  • if you know that you will have a camera on you.

    要攜帶小鏡子,讓你檢查自己的牙齒和臉是否整潔,

  • Number nine is watch you who want to sound like.

    第九個技巧是找到你想效仿的演說者。

  • My final tip is to learn from the best.

    我最後給的建議是像最厲害的人學習。

  • Watch a variety of Ted Talks and interesting speeches

    看大量的 Ted Talks 和有趣的演講,

  • and consider which styles of delivery you like best.

    去找尋你最喜歡的演講者。

  • Find out more about the speaker

    並且進一步了解他,

  • and try to channel their confidence and delivery

    試著學習他們的說話方式和散發的自信,

  • but don't mimic.

    但不要模仿。

  • You need to develop your own style.

    你要有自己的個人魅力。

  • Being inspired is the best way to do this.

    獲得靈感是實現此目標的最好方式。

  • Right, that's it for this lesson.

    這堂課到此結束。

  • If you have any more advice

    如果你想要得到更多建議,

  • on how to improve your public speaking

    是有關精進公開演說的方式,

  • please do comment down below.

    請在下方留言。

  • I really hope you enjoyed this lesson

    我真心希望你喜歡這個課程,

  • and I hope you learned something.

    也希望你學到一些東西。

  • Don't forget to connect with me

    不要忘記追蹤我所有的社群媒體。

  • on all of my social media.

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

    我有 Facebook、Instagram 和 Twitter,

  • and I shall see you soon for another lesson.

    我期待可以很快在其他課程裡看到你。

  • (blows a kiss)

    (飛吻一個)

  • (upbeat music)

    (歡樂的音樂)

Hello, everyone and welcome back to English With Lucy.

大家好!歡迎回到露西的英文世界。

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