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  • Hello Eat Sleep Dreamers, welcome back to another video with me Tom. Yes, I have grown

    吃睡夢想家們(Eat Sleep Dreamers)大家好! 歡迎回來跟我(Tom)看另一部影片。對,我多長了

  • a bit of a beard. What do you guys think? I don't know. It's an experiment, alright?

    點鬍子,你們覺得怎樣? 我不知道,這只是個實驗,好嗎?

  • So I'm trying it out. You guys let me know, if you think it looks ok, then let me know

    所以我是在試試看,如果你們覺得看起來可以,讓我知道,在下面

  • in the comments below. If you think I need to shave it immediately, then tell me as well

    留言讓我知道;如果你覺得我要馬上刮掉,一樣這樣告訴我,

  • but i though I'd try.

    但是……我,雖然我會嘗試。

  • Alright, so thank you for joining me today because I have something super special for

    好了!所以謝謝你今天加入我(看影片), 因為我有非常特別的東西要給你,

  • you. We're going to look at the five tricks with pronunciation that every English student

    我們會來看五個發音技巧,那是每位英語學生

  • should be using. We're going to look at five tricks that are going to improve your pronunciation.

    應該要用的; 我們會來看這五個技巧,那會改善你的發音,

  • They are also going to help you with your listening skills as well so you get the benefit

    也會幫助改善你的聽音技巧,所以你能得到這兩個

  • of both. Alright, I'm excited about this, I hope you are too. All that is coming right

    好處。好了!我對這很興奮,我希望你也是。 等我們見另一位吃睡夢想家(Eat Sleep Dreamer)後,

  • up after we meet another Eat Sleep Dreamer.

    那些全都會馬上出現。

  • The first trick is to master the schwa sound. The schwa sound is uh and it's the most common

    第一個技巧是掌握弱母音(schwa sound)。 這弱母音是 uh (/ə/),而且是

  • sound in the English language. We use it pretty much all the time. Now what I want you to

    英語最常見的音,我們幾乎一直在用。 現在我想讓你

  • focus on is how we use it with the smaller words, things like prepositions, auxiliary

    專注在:我們怎麼把它用在比較短小的字——像是介係詞、助動詞、

  • verbs, articles. So we use it with those words to make life easier for ourselves. For example

    動詞、冠詞這些東西。 我們把它(弱母音)跟那些字一起用,來讓生活更輕鬆。 例如:

  • 'I'd like a glass of water, please'. So we've got 'I'd like a' so instead of a it's uh.

    I'd like a glass of water, please. 所以變成「I'd like a」,a 被 uh (/ə/) 取代掉。

  • 'I'd like a glass of water, please'. So not of of, 'I'd like a glass of water, please.'

    I'd like a glass of water, please. 所以不是 of (/ɒv/); of (/əv/)。 I'd like a glass of water, please.

  • So we're using the schwa sound on a and of to make it easier for us to say that sentence.

    我們在 a (/ə/) 和 of (/əv/) 用弱母音(schwa sound)來更容易的說那句話。

  • 'I'd like a glass of water, please' Let's look at another example 'I'm going to the

    I'd like a glass of water, please. 來看另一個例子:「I'm going to the cinema tonight.」。

  • cinema tonight.' Did you hear the schwa there? It was on to, so i didn't say I'm going to

    I'm going to the cinema tonight. 你有沒有聽到那邊有弱母音(schwa)? 就在 to 上面,所以我不說:「I'm going to

  • the cinema. I said I'm going to the cinema tonight. That's the schwa sound, I'm going

    the cinema.」; 我說:「I said I'm going to the cinema tonight.」, 那有個弱母音(schwa sound)。 I'm going (to the cinema tonight.)

  • to the cinema tonight. Now we call this change of sound a weak form. So I'm using the weak

    (I'm going) to the cinema tonight. 我們稱這種聲音變化叫:輕讀(weak form)。 我有在用輕讀,

  • form, I'm saying to rather than to. So that would be i guess the strong form, this is

    我比較喜歡說 to (/tə/) ,而不是 to (/tuː/),我認為那是重讀(strong form),但這是

  • the weak form. I'm going to the cinema tonight. Ok, your turn 'I'm going to the cinema tonight.'

    輕讀(weak form)。 I'm going to the cinema tonight. 好,換你:「I'm going to the cinema tonight.」。

  • Alright, good stuff. Practise, practise practise. As always the most important thing is to practise,

    I'm going to the cinema tonight. 好了!好技巧。練習;練習;練習。 一直以來最重要的就是練習,好嗎?

  • ok? Say these sentences as many times as you can so that you really train your mouth and

    盡你所能反覆說這些句子, 那麼你的確就是在訓練你的嘴巴和

  • your brain to make these sounds.

    你的頭腦來發這些音。

  • Number two contractions. This is when we blend two words together because it makes our life

    第二個:縮寫(contractions)。 這在我們混合兩個字時出現,也是為了要讓我們的生活

  • easier. So for example, I am becomes I'm, I have becomes I've, I would becomes I'd.

    更輕鬆。 那麼舉例: I am 變成 I'm;I have 變成 I've; I would 變成 I'd。

  • You see it just makes life easier, I can't be bothered to say 'I would like to go' instead

    你看它(縮寫)只是在讓生活更輕鬆, 我懶的說:「I would like to go.」,換成

  • of just saying 'I'd like to go.' much easier. If you're not using contractions you need

    只說:「I'd like to go.」比較容易。 如果你沒有在用縮寫(contractions),

  • to start using them because they are everywhere in English. We use them all the time. So,

    你必須開始用,因為那在英語中到處都有, 我們一直在用(縮寫)。那麼

  • start learning, start using them immediately.

    馬上開始學習;開始使用。

  • Let's work through some of the most common contractions there are. Ok, let's start with

    我們來學一些很常見的縮寫( contractions)。 好!我們從

  • the verb to be. So I am becomes I'm, you're, he's, she's, we're, they're. The verb to have

    動詞「be」開始,所以 I am 變 I'm。 you're, he's, she's, we're, they're 動詞「have」。

  • I've, you've, he's, she's, we've, they've. Let's move on to would and had because that's

    I've, you've, he's, she's, we've, they've 我們換到動詞「would」和「had」,因為那有

  • the same contraction, it's the d. So I'd can be I would or I had. It depends on the context

    同一種縮寫(contraction),都是 d, 所以 I'd 可以是 I would 或 I had,由上下文決定,

  • so you have to look at the grammatical structure and also the context to kind of know which

    所以你必須看文法結構和上下文來辨別是哪一種。

  • one it is. So for example 'I'd love to' it's I would love to not I had love to. Ok, so

    那麼舉例:「I'd love to」是 I would love to, 不是 I had love to。好!

  • you just have to learn that. So I'd, you'd, he'd, she'd, we'd, they'd. Ok and will so

    你只需要了解它。 I'd, you'd, he'd, she'd, we'd, they'd 好!來!

  • I'll, you'll, he'll, she'll, we'll. they'll. Alright let's do a little practice sentence.

    I'll, you'll, he'll, she'll, we'll, they'll 好了!我們來練習一下句子。

  • This is a fun one. Let's pretend there's some strange food that you don't know if you want

    這個滿有趣的。 我們想像那邊有些你沒看過的奇怪食物,如果你想

  • to try it and you are with a friend and you might say to them 'I'll try it if you try

    去嘗試,而你跟朋友都在, 你可能會告訴他們:「I'll try it if you try

  • it.' Ok, so I'll try it if you try it. Ok, your turn. I'll try it if you try it. Good

    it.」。(你試吃我就試吃。) 好!I'll try it if you try it. 好!換你。I'll try it if you try it.

  • job guys, number three coming right up.

    做得好!第三個馬上來。

  • Number three is elision. Now elision is how we miss out sounds or syllables in speech

    第三個是省音(發音省略)(elision)。 省音是我們去除說話的聲音或音節,

  • to make again, to make life easier for ourselves. To make it easier for our tongue to pronounce

    一樣,用來讓我們的生活更輕鬆, 讓我們的舌頭更容易的來唸

  • words and easier for us to communicate with each other. For example 'I don't know' not

    字,而更輕鬆的來跟其他人對話。 例如:「I don't know」(I dunno)不是

  • "I don't know' 'I don't know'. 'What's the weather going to be like today?' 'I don't

    「I don't know」;「I don't know」(I dunno)。 「今天的天氣會怎樣?」 I don't know. (I dunno.)

  • know'. And instead of saying I don't know we make it easier for ourselves, we use elision

    而不說「I don't know」,我們把它變得更容易,我們用省音(elision)

  • 'I don't know'. Often it's on vowel sounds and vowel sounds that don't have a stress.

    「I don't know」(I dunno)。 通常它(省音)是在沒重音(stress)的母音和母音間。

  • So again another example might be interest and I'm missing out that middle e. Not interest.

    同樣另一個例子會是 interest,我會把中間的 e 去掉, 不是「interest」;

  • And we just lose it because we don't need it, we don't need to pronounce it. The meaning

    「interest」,而我們只是「丟掉」它(中間音),因為我們根本不需要它,我們不需要發它的音,意思

  • can stay the same, you can still understand what I am saying but it's easier for me to

    能同樣保留,你仍然能明白我在說什麼, 不過對我來說能更輕鬆的

  • say interest not interest. Alright and another example 'I'm going to go home now'. Not 'I'm

    說「interest」;不是「interest」。 好了!而另一個例子:「I'm going to (gonna) go home now.」,不是「I'm

  • going to go home' 'I'm going to go home now' So that's a great example of elision. Ok,

    going to go home」;「I'm going to (gonna) go home now」,所以這是個很好的省音(elision)例子。

  • let's do an example together 'I love your new camera.' Camera, it's not camera, it's

    我們一起來練習例句:「I love your new camera.」。 Camera 不是 camera;

  • camera. 'I love your new camera'. Ok, your turn. Ok, good job.

    camera;「I love your new camera.」 好!換你。 好!做得好!

  • Number four is catenation. Catenation is when one word finishes with a consonant and the

    第四個是串連(catenation)。 串連是當有一個字尾子音

  • next word begins with a vowel, how we blend those two together so it sounds like the second

    跟下個字的字首母音時, 我們把那兩個混合在一起,而讓聲音聽起來像第二個

  • word begins with the consonant. For example, the classic example would be 'an apple' so

    字是從那個子音開始。 例如:典型的範例是「an apple」,所以

  • it's not an apple, it's anapple. So it sounds like the word apple begins with n anapple.

    不是 an apple;是 anapple。 所以聽起來像 apple 這字是 n 開始—— anapple。

  • An egg, so it's not an egg, it's anegg. Sounds really strange when you say it over and over

    An egg,所以不是 an egg,是 anegg。 當你反覆說時,聽起來很奇怪。

  • again. Let's look at an example sentence. 'He runs a start up business'. Start up, so

    我們來看個例句:「He runs a start up business.」。 Start up,所以

  • the t is the consonant, the u is the vowel but instead of saying start up, I'm saying

    t 是子音,u 是母音,但不說 start up,我換說

  • startup. 'Start up business' 'He runs a start up business' Ok, try and say that for me 'He

    startup。 'Start up business' 'He runs a start up business' 好!試著對我說:

  • runs a start up business'. Ok, this one definitely takes some time to get used to. It's really,

    「He runs a start up business.」。 好!這肯定需要一些時間來習慣。

  • again, really fantastic when you are listening to native speakers talking because it might

    當你聽母語人士說話時, 真的,再一次,真的很棒,因為可能

  • sound like one word when in fact it's two words. Alright another example 'He's in Italy

    聽起來會像一個字,但其實是兩個字。 好了!另一個例子:「He's in Italy

  • at the moment'. So he's in, so the s there, the consonant goes across to in. So instead

    at the moment.」。 He's in Italy at the moment. 所以 he's in,子音 s 在那裡,跨到 in,

  • of saying he's in, it's he's in. 'He's in Italy at the moment.' Try that with me 'He's

    取代掉 he's in,換成 he's in。 'He's in Italy at the moment.' 跟我試一次:

  • in Italy at the moment.' Ok, your turn. Ok, once again practise and notice other people

    「He's in Italy at the moment.」。 好!換你。好!再練習一次並感覺其他人

  • making these sounds. It's a great beginning, so if you can start noticing other people

    在發這些音,這是好的開始, 所以如果你能開始感覺其他人

  • using these sounds then you can start using them yourself.

    在發這些音,然後你就能開始用。

  • Finally the last little trick is all about Intrusion. Now intrusion is how we link words

    終於最後一個小技巧就是——入侵音(Intrusion)。 入侵音是我們用三個額外的

  • together with three extra sounds w j and r. Now why do we do this? Well, again it makes

    聲音——/w/、/j/和/r/ 把字連在一起, 我們為什麼要這麼做?喲!再說一次,它在

  • life so easy when we are talking. For example, instead of saying 'go away' i could say go

    我們說話時讓生活更輕鬆, 例如:我不說「go away」,而會用「go away」。

  • away. I'm adding the w sound in there 'go away' Now we have two vowel sounds go o a

    我在「go away」中加個 /w/, 我們就有兩個母音 go o (/w/) a

  • away 'Go away' and it juts helps us to blend these two vowel sounds together to say it

    away,「Go away」, 而那只是幫我們把兩個母音混合在一起,說起來

  • much more clearly much more fluently. Now I have done a whole video on intrusion that

    清晰多了;流暢多了。 我做了一部整個都在講入侵音(intrusion)的影片,

  • you can click on just up there on the link below. On the link above sorry and it will

    你可以點就在上面那邊在(這部影片)下面的連結,在(這部影片)上面的連結,抱歉,然後會

  • take you through intrusion in a lot more depth. But essentially we're adding three sounds

    更加深入向你解釋入侵音(intrusion), 但基本上我們加了三個聲音——

  • w j and r. Another classic example 'I agree' so it's not 'I agree' it's 'I agree'. So I'm

    /w/、/j/和/r/。另一個經典例子:「I agree」, 所以不是「I agree」,而是「I agree」,我

  • adding the j sound in there. Alright, you are going to like this one, this is slightly

    在那裡加了 /j/ 聲。 好了!你會喜歡這個,這有點荒唐。(Tom 在 England) I want to go to England.

  • crazy. 'I want to go to England' Can you hear the intruding sound? 'I want to go to England'

    I want to go to England. 你能聽出入侵音(intruding sound)嗎? I want to go to England.

  • England? Where is England? I don't know. So we've got to, ok the vowel is 'o' and then

    英格蘭?英格蘭在哪裡?我不知道。 我們已經去過了,好!母音是 o 而

  • England begins with a 'e', to England. So an intrusion of the 'w' sound, 'to England'

    England 的開頭是 e,to England, 所以有個 /w/ 入侵音(intrusion),「to England」。

  • 'I want to go to England'. Crazy , I know but it's so much easier to say 'I want to

    I want to go to England. 我知道很荒唐, 但是說「I want to go to England.」容易多了,

  • go to England' than 'I want to go to England' that's not easy. Alright, practise that with

    「I want to go to England.」呼!不怎麼容易。 好了!跟我一起練習。

  • me 'I want to go to England'. Alright, make sure you get that 'England' 'i want to go

    I want to go to England. 好了!確定你說成「England」。 I want to go (to England.)

  • to England' Alright, good job. So remember, two vowel sounds, coming together at the end

    (I want to go) to England. 好了!做得好。所以記得,兩個母音在一個字的末端

  • of one word and at the beginning of another one we're going to add the intrusion r w or

    和另一個字的開頭合在一起, 我們在這裡加 /r/、/w/ 或 /j/。

  • j. Let me know in the comments below, which one did you find most useful? Those are five

    在下面的留言讓我知道你覺得哪個比較有用。 那五個

  • really great tricks guys to help you with your pronunciation and of course your listening

    非常好的技巧可以幫你改善發音,當然還有聆聽,

  • because they are intertwined, they are connected because when we are listening people are using

    因為那是密切相關的,是有關連的, 因為在我們聽別人用

  • pronunciation to express themselves and of course when we are trying to express our own

    發音來表達自己的意見的時候, 也是在我們試著表達自己的

  • ideas we're using pronunciation so they are very much linked. So let me know in the comments

    想法時,我們在用發音,所以那非常有關。 讓我從下面的留言知道

  • below which ones did you find interesting, useful, difficult? Now, my tip would be to

    你覺得哪個(秘訣)比較有趣、實用、困難? 現在,我的提醒會是:

  • start small, ok? So don't try and use all of them all the time. Try and incorporate

    從一點點開始,好嗎? 所以不要一直嘗試使用所有的技巧,試著只用

  • one, choose one of those tricks and start to use it in your own English. Maybe just

    一個,在那些技巧裡選一個並開始用在你自己的英語中。也許只是

  • by repeating it and recording yourself and then when you are in a conversation trying

    重複在說並錄音,然後你在對話中試著

  • to use it. You could also use it as listening practice so when you are next watching a TV

    用,你也能在下次看電視劇時用來當聽音練習,

  • series, focusing on one trick for example elision and trying to listen for examples

    專注在一種技巧,像是:省音(elision), 並試著聽它的例子。

  • of it. Ok, so now you are aware of it, it would be really great to try and listen and

    好!所以你現在明白這一點了,試著聆聽並

  • to raise your awareness in other speakers English. And if you know anyone that would

    提升你意識到(awareness)其他人說的英語的能力,真的很棒。 而如果你有認識什麼可能會

  • find this video useful, please share it with them. If you are in an English class please

    覺得這部影片很有用的人,請分享給他們; 如果你在上英文課,請

  • share it with your other classmates, share it with your teacher, share it with a friend

    分享給你的同學;分享給老師;分享給朋友

  • or a family member that's trying to learn English as well. Let's try and spread the

    或家族成員——那些一樣在嘗試學英語的人。 我們來試著傳開

  • message so that everyone can improve their English with us. Don't forget that I've got

    訊息,讓每個人都能跟我們改善他們的英語。 別忘了我會

  • new videos every Tuesday and every Friday. Until next time guys, this is Tom the Chief

    在每週二、每週五有新影片。 各位,等到下次(見面);我是 Tom——首席

  • Dreamer, saying goodbye.

    夢想家(the Chief Dreamer),說再見。

Hello Eat Sleep Dreamers, welcome back to another video with me Tom. Yes, I have grown

吃睡夢想家們(Eat Sleep Dreamers)大家好! 歡迎回來跟我(Tom)看另一部影片。對,我多長了

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5個英語發音技巧,每個英語學生都應該使用 (5 English Pronunciation Tricks EVERY English Student Should Be Using)

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