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  • It's time to learn with who is probably one of the best artists of my generation.


  • Lady Gaga, Are you Ready?

    那就是 Lady Gaga,準備好了?

  • And The Oscar Goes to...


  • Lady Gaga, Mark Ronson...

    Lady Gaga、Mark Ronson...

  • So she just won the Oscar for best original song, and she was, in fact nominated for a few other ones.


  • I recommend that you check out the speech that she made the other night at the Oscars as it was super motivating.

    推薦大家去看 Gaga 在奧斯卡頒獎典禮的得獎感言,非常激勵人心。

  • I'll link that down in the description, and the movie is fantastic.


  • It was a little bit long for me, but I would still recommend that you watch it.


  • So she and Bradley Cooper did a really amazing performance of the song Shallow Live at the Oscars, And I definitely recommend that you look that up after this lesson if you haven't seen it yet.

    她和 Bradley Cooper 在奧斯卡上演出了《Shallow》,推薦大家看完這個課程之後可以去看看。

  • But today we will be using the original music video to teach you with this song.

    但今天我們會使用原版 MV 來教你們。

  • And we help you every single week to understand fast speaking native, without getting lost, without missing the jokes and without subtitles.


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  • Then be sure to hit that subscribe button as well as the bell down below so that you don't miss a single one of our newest lessons.


  • Now let's jump in today's lesson with Shallow from Lady Gaga.

    讓我開始今天的課程吧,Lady Gaga 的《Shallow》。

  • Shallow.


  • As an adjective, this is the opposite of deep, for example, shallow water.


  • As a noun, as used in this song, is an area of water that is not deep.


  • This song, as we will see, has a lot of references to water, so we could just take this literally.


  • However, much like Deep has both a literal and figurative meaning, so does shallow.

    就像 deep (深的) 有字面意思和譬喻意義,shallow 也有。

  • If a subject is deep, it can mean that is full of complexity, there's more than meets the eye.

    如果某物是 deep (深奧的),這表示它很複雜,不只表面上看的那樣。

  • Shallow would mean the opposite of this.

    Shallow (膚淺的) 則是有相反的意思。

  • You'll probably find it useful knowing both of these definitions in order to interpret the song.


  • Is there something else you're searching for? ♪

    ♪ 你是否還在尋尋覓覓著什麼? ♪

  • Else.


  • Adverb meaning in addition, besides or different.


  • Example: Would you like to order anything else? Dessert maybe?

    例句: 還想點些別的嗎?甜點之類的?

  • I want to go somewhere else.


  • Searching for.


  • To look for something.


  • Here may be used in a more profound way; such as trying to find one's purpose.


  • Example: I've been searching the Internet for hours, but I can't find a good explanation.


  • She decided to travel across Europe to search for herself.


  • All right, hit that like button below.


  • Because every time you do, you are telling YouTube that you want to be alerted when we put out new videos.

    因為每次你這麼做,就是在告訴 YouTube 你想在我們推出影片時收到通知。

  • And that way we can continue to help you on your journey to fluency.


  • Is there something else you're searching for? ♪

    ♪ 你是否還在尋尋覓覓著什麼? ♪

  • In all the good times I find myself longing... ♪

    ♪ 在這安逸時光,發現我最想要的... ♪

  • In all the good times I find myself longing for change. ♪

    ♪ 在這安逸時光,發現我最盼望的是變化 ♪

  • And in the bad times I fear myself. ♪

    ♪ 而在墮落時光,我害怕自己 ♪

  • Good time, bad times.


  • Here, times refers to a period of time, an epoch.

    在這裡,times 指的是一段時間,一個時期。

  • Example: We had some crazy times when I lived in Rio de Janeiro.


  • Maria went through some rough times when she was unemployed.

    當 Maria 失業時,經歷了一些難熬的時期。

  • Can you give me an example with timesyou could talk about any period of your life, good times, the bad times, the crazy times that dark times, just get creative.


  • Do that down in the comments below, and I'll be correcting many of your examples.


  • Long for.


  • To have a strong wish or desire.


  • It's also commonly used to say that we miss something a lot.


  • Example: She has a longing for the good old days.


  • We're longing to see each other again.


  • Fear (something).


  • To be scared of something.


  • Example: I fear I will never be able to move out of this dull town.


  • Here, he uses it reflexivelyhe fears himself.


  • This most likely means that he is in a bad mental state, he is scared that he might do something drastic.


  • And in the bad times I fear myself

    ♪ 而在墮落時光,我害怕自己 ♪

  • Tell me something, boy

    ♪ 男孩,告訴我吧 ♪

  • Aren't you tired trying to fill that void? ♪

    ♪ 不斷嘗試填補空虛,不累嗎?♪

  • To fill a void.


  • A void is a completely empty space, for example, the black void of space.

    void (虛空) 是指完全沒東西的空間,舉例來說:黑洞。

  • Figuratively as it is used in this song, it means an emptiness caused by the loss of something.


  • Example: Since he passed away, she has felt a void.


  • To fill a void is to try to do something to correct that empty feeling.


  • Although this also has the connotation of being something destructive and counterproductive.


  • For example, drinking, doing drugs, having sex.


  • Example: His girlfriend left him for another man, and he's been trying to fill the void by having meaningless relationships with different women, but I don't think it's helping him.


  • Or do you need more

    ♪ 或是你需要更多 ♪

  • Ain't it hard keeping it so hardcore

    ♪ 總是故作堅強,不難熬嗎?♪

  • Ain't.


  • Colloquial slang for the first or third person singular of the verb to be, am not/is not or isn't.

    指口語的第一或第三人稱單數 be 動詞 (am not / is not 或 isn't)。

  • While this is not considered grammatically correct, natives say it all the time.


  • As a learner, I would recommend you say the correct I'm not or isn't.

    作爲學習者,我會建議你們使用正確的 I'm not 或 isn't。

  • But it is good to know that natives sometimes use this alternative.


  • Example: I ain't gonna be able to come to your party, but I'll see you Monday.


  • He ain't the smartest guy you'll meet.


  • Keeping it so hardcore.


  • Hardcore is an adjective that can be used in a few different ways, but that is normally related to how extreme something is.

    hardcore 為形容詞,有好幾種用法,但通常用來指某事物很極端。

  • For example, if you have an extreme dedication to a certain activity such as gaming, you may call yourself a hardcore gamer.


  • We can also use it more informally (as the song does), to describe someone that is particularly intense, thrillingly dangerous or erratic, desirably violent in appearance; pleasing or "cool" due to intensity or danger.

    我們也可以用非正式的用法 (像這首歌),來描述某人很熱切、危險甚至古怪、追求暴力與外表,或因危險感而散發出「酷」的感覺。

  • In the movie of A Star is Born, Bradley Cooper's character is a hardcore rockstar.

    在《一個巨星的誕生》裡,Bradley Cooper 飾演的就是一名硬派搖滾巨星。

  • To keep here means to remain, to continue or to be a certain way.

    to keep 在這裡是指保持、繼續以某個方式行事。

  • So, in other words, she's saying, "isn't it difficult, always being so risky and intense?"

    因此,Gaga 這裡的意思是「總是如此緊湊冒險,不會很難熬嗎?」

  • Example: Keep calm and carry on.


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  • We created a mini-course to help you understand natives at any speed.


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  • Ain't it hard keeping it so hardcore? ♪

    ♪ 總是故作堅強,不難熬嗎?♪

  • ♪ I'm off the deep end, watch as I dive in

    ♪ 陷入深淵,看著自己不斷墜落 ♪

  • ♪ I'll never meet the ground

    ♪ 無法回到地面 ♪

  • Off the deep end.


  • To be off the deep end, or more commonly to go off the deep end, is to become so angry, nervous, or excited that you lose control of yourself and start to behave in a crazy or irrational way.

    To be off the deep end 或更常用的是 to go off the deep end,是指生氣、緊張或激動的情緒,導致自己失去控制,開始做出瘋狂、不理性的行為。

  • Example: The man went off the deep end when he found out that his son got arrested.


  • This could also go along with theme of water.


  • For example, the deep end of the pool is a part where if you were to touch the ground, the water would be above your head.

    舉例來說,游泳池的 deep end (深處) 就是你踩在地板上,水會淹過你的頭的地方。

  • To dive in.


  • Literally, to dive is to jump in the water, especially with your head and arms going in first or to move down under the water.

    to dive 字面上的意思就是跳水,尤其指頭和手先碰到水的那種,也可以指潛水。

  • Example: They ran to the pool dived in and swam to the other side.


  • To dive in is often used figuratively, meaning to start doing something in a very enthusiastic, energetic way.

    to dive in 也常常用在比喻用法,指以非常熱情、積極的方式投入某事。

  • In the song, Gaga probably means that she is committing herself completely.

    在歌詞裡,Gaga 應該是指她完全奉獻自己。

  • Example: I need to study for tomorrow's test, so today I'll just dive in and only stop to eat or go to the bathroom.


  • You could also say dive into something for the same meaning.

    這個用法也可以用在 dive into 某物。

  • Example: The analysts dived into the data and came up with the same result.


  • ♪ I'm off the deep end, watch as I dive in

    ♪ 陷入深淵,看著自己不斷墜落 ♪

  • ♪ I'll never meet the ground

    ♪ 無法回到地面 ♪

  • ♪ I'm off the deep end, watch as I dive in

    ♪ 陷入深淵,看著自己不斷墜落 ♪

  • ♪ I'll never meet the ground

    ♪ 無法回到地面 ♪

  • To meet the ground.


  • Here we see a less common use of the verb to meet, which normally means to see and talk to someone for the first time or to come together with them.

    meet 這個動詞比較常見的意思,是指第一次與某人見面或談話,或是和一群人湊在一起。

  • However, to meet can also be the same as to join or touch when talking about objects.

    然而,談論物品的時候,meet 也可以用來指連結、碰觸的意思。

  • So if our feet meet the ground, that means we're touching ground.

    如果我們的腳 meet the ground 指我們正碰觸著地面。

  • This could also refer to a sensation of elation, which in English we often relate to a feeling of flying.


  • She's so happy or emotionally high that she feels like she will never come down (to the ground).


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  • Crash through the surface, where they can't hurt us

    ♪ 衝破表面,沒人能傷害我們 ♪

  • We're far from the shallow now

    ♪ 我們已遠離擱淺帶 ♪

  • Crash through the surface.


  • To crash through something is to physically break through something such as a barrier, often in a dramatic or violent way.

    Crash through (衝破) 某物,是指物理上衝過某物,像是欄杆,通常是以一種戲劇化或暴力的方式。

  • Example: She came crashing through the window.


  • We also called the top of a body of water the surface.

    surface 也可以指「水面上」。

  • So crashing through the surface could refer to jumping into water.

    所以 crashing through the surface 在這裡可以指「跳進水裡」。

  • Example: The swimmers crashed through the surface of the pool with a big splash!


  • In the sha-ha-sha-ha-low

    ♪ In the sha-ha-sha-ha-low ♪

  • In the sha-ha-sha-la-la-la-low

    ♪ In the sha-ha-sha-la-la-la-low ♪

  • Oh yeah, I hope you have an awesome time learning English with Lady Gaga today.

    希望你們今天和 Gaga 學英文很快樂。

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  • Now it's time to go outside the classroom, and live you English, oh yeah!


It's time to learn with who is probably one of the best artists of my generation.


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