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  • Hi, I'm Neil.

    嗨,我是尼爾。

  • This is news review from BBC Learning English.

    這是BBC學英語的新聞評論。

  • Joining me is Katherine.

    和我一起的是凱瑟琳。

  • Hi, Catherine.

    嗨,凱瑟琳

  • Hello, Neil and hello, everybody.

    你好,尼爾,大家好。

  • Yes, it's official.

    是的,這是官方的。

  • The worlds of music and politics meet as American rapper Kanye West confirms he is going to run for the presidency of the United States.

    美國說唱歌手坎耶-韋斯特(Kanye West)確認要競選美國總統,音樂和政治的世界相遇了。

  • If you want to test yourself on the vocabulary that we cover in this program, you can find a quiz on our website at BBC Learning english dot com.

    如果你想測試一下自己在這個節目中所涉及的詞彙,你可以在我們的網站上找到一個測驗,BBC Learning english dot com。

  • But now let's hear some more about that story from this BBC Radio One News beat Report on Over in the US Kanye West has officially launched his campaign to run for president.

    但現在讓我們來聽聽這個BBC第一廣播電臺新聞節拍的報道,在美國坎耶-韋斯特正式啟動了競選總統的活動。

  • He cried on stage about abortion but said it should stay legal.

    他在臺上哭著說要墮胎,但說應該保持合法。

  • Some think it's all a publicity stunt, though we don't know if you'll get enough support to actually get on the voting papers.

    有人認為這都是宣傳噱頭,雖然我們不知道你是否能得到足夠的支持,真正登上投票紙。

  • So American Rubber Kanye West has officially launched his attempt to become the next president of the United States.

    所以美國橡膠坎耶-韋斯特正式啟動了他成為美國下一任總統的嘗試。

  • Now it's not certain whether he will be able to take this law this attempt to the second stage because he needs a certain amount of support if he gets that support his name will appear on the voting papers.

    現在還不能確定他能否把這個法律這個嘗試帶到第二階段,因為他需要一定的支持,如果他得到支持,他的名字就會出現在投票文件上。

  • We'll have to wait and see.

    我們要拭目以待。

  • Okay, So what's the language being used in the media to talk about this story?

    好吧,那麼媒體用什麼語言來談論這個故事呢?

  • Yes, We have launches a bit rambling on chaotic launches.

    是的,We have launches a bit rambling on chaotic launches。

  • A bid rambling on chaotic.

    競價漫無邊際的混亂。

  • Let's hear your first headline, please.

    讓我們聽聽你的第一個標題,請。

  • We're starting with the BBC here in the UK today On the headline US Election 2020 Kanye West launches unconventional bid for presidency launches a bid starts an attempt to achieve something.

    我們今天先從英國BBC這裡開始,在頭條上美國大選2020年坎耶-韋斯特發起了非常規的總統競選,發起競標開始嘗試實現一些目標。

  • Yes, three word expression here launches L A u N c H e s.

    是的,這裡有三個字的表達,推出L A u N c H e s。

  • The second word is Ah, on the third word.

    第二個字是阿,在第三個字上。

  • B i d bid.

    B和d標。

  • Now you will notice in the headline The word are is missing Headline writers, as we know, like to drop small words like a on on the But the full phrase is launches a bit.

    現在你會注意到在標題中The word are不見了 Headline writer, as we know, like to drop small words like a on on the But the full phrase is launches a bit.

  • Now.

    現在就去

  • First thing, Neil, do not confuse the word launches with lunches.

    首先,尼爾,不要把 "發射 "這個詞和 "午餐 "混為一談。

  • No, There's a different sound, isn't there?

    不,有一個不同的聲音,不是嗎?

  • There's the aw sound in that word launches we're looking at Yes, along or launch is not the short lunches.

    有aw音的那個詞發射我們在看是的,沿或發射不是短髮射。

  • Lunches are midday meals, but launch.

    午飯是中午飯,但推出。

  • If you launch something, you officially start it now Launch often is referred to things like businesses.

    如果你啟動了一個東西,你現在就正式開始了 啟動經常指的是企業等事情。

  • If you launch a business, you start a business.

    如果你發起了創業,你就開始了創業。

  • If you launch an attempt to do something, you start an attempt to do something.

    如果你發起了一個嘗試,你就開始了一個嘗試。

  • And that attempt to do something is often known as a bid.

    而這種嘗試通常被稱為投標。

  • So if you want to do something which is often quite difficult on competitive on often in a visit, um, official sense, you launch a bit to do some.

    所以,如果你想做的事情,往往是相當困難的競爭上經常在訪問,嗯,官方意義上,你推出了一些做一些。

  • Okay, so I've got plans to go for a run after work today.

    好吧,所以我計劃今天下班後去跑步。

  • Could I say that I'm launching a bid Thio run five kilometers?

    我可以說,我發起競標Thio跑五公里嗎?

  • Not really, Neil.

    不見得,尼爾

  • No, I'm afraid you're not important or official enough.

    不,我是怕你不夠重要,不夠正式。

  • Launching a bit often is referring to really kind of big things, often in the public arena.

    經常推出一點是指真正的那種大事情,經常在公共場合。

  • So you could say that many companies and organizations are launching bids to be the first people to reach the planet Mars.

    所以你可以說,很多公司和組織都在發起競標,希望成為第一批到達火星的人。

  • Just this week, the United Arab Emirates have sent a rocket into space attempting to get to Mars.

    就在本週,阿拉伯聯合酋長國已經將一枚火箭送入太空,試圖前往火星。

  • So this official attempt to do something is when we launch a bid, Okay, And we also, as you mentioned here, this a lot in the world of business, you can hear about a company launching a takeover bid.

    所以這個正式的嘗試是當我們發起競標的時候,好的,我們也正如你在這裡提到的,這在商業世界裡很常見,你可以聽到一家公司發起收購的消息。

  • Yes, a takeover bid is very, very common.

    是的,收購要約是非常非常常見的。

  • You launched a takeover bid.

    你發起了收購要約。

  • One company tries to dominate and take over and own another smaller company.

    一家公司試圖主導和接管並擁有另一家小公司。

  • Usually.

    通常情況下。

  • Okay, let's have a summary.

    好了,我們來總結一下。

  • If you would like to practice the or sound, we have a program all about it from our Siri's sounds of English.

    如果你想練習或的聲音,我們有一個程序,所有關於它從我們的Siri的英語的聲音。

  • Where can they find it?

    他們在哪裡可以找到它?

  • Catherine.

    凱瑟琳

  • You can find more practice of the long or sound by clicking the link.

    你可以通過點擊鏈接找到更多的長或音的做法。

  • Okay, what's your second headline?

    好吧,你的第二個標題是什麼?

  • Second headline comes from the Telegraph again.

    第二個標題又來自《電訊報》。

  • Here in the UK, a tearful Kanye West launches presidential campaign with rambling rally, rambling, confusing and too long Yes, rambling or a M B l i N g.

    在英國,淚流滿面的坎耶-韋斯特用漫無邊際的集會啟動了總統競選活動,漫無邊際,混亂不堪,時間太長是的,漫無邊際還是一個M B l i N g。

  • Now, Neil, have you ever been for a ramble in the countryside?

    尼爾,你有沒有去鄉下散過步?

  • I have been for many a ramble in the countryside.

    我曾多次到鄉下漫遊。

  • Um, this word means ah kind of walk where Perhaps you're not entirely sure where you're going.

    嗯,這個詞的意思是啊那種走在哪裡 也許你不完全確定你要去哪裡。

  • You're you're taking your time.

    你... ...你要慢慢來。

  • It might be a little bit aimless.

    可能有點漫無目的。

  • Let's say Yeah, quite a long walk.

    讓我們說是的,相當長的步行。

  • Often you walk for quite a long time.

    往往你走了相當長的時間。

  • Yeah, I'm not sure where you're going.

    是啊,我不知道你要去哪裡。

  • That's right.

    是的

  • It doesn't really matter anyway.

    反正也無所謂了。

  • That's the literal meaning, isn't it?

    這就是字面意思吧?

  • That is the literal meaning.

    這就是字面意思。

  • If you ramble, you have a long walk somewhere.

    如果你漫不經心,就會有很長的一段路要走。

  • You don't really know where you're going.

    你真的不知道你要去哪裡。

  • But in this sense, when we're talking about speech in particular, when people are rambling, it means they're talking for a long time.

    但從這個意義上講,當我們特別講到講話的時候,當人們漫不經心的時候,說明他們講了很長時間。

  • They're not always focused in what they're saying.

    他們在說什麼的時候並不總是專注。

  • They change direction in their speech, they go off topic.

    他們在講話中改變方向,偏離主題。

  • Maybe they repeat themselves.

    也許他們會重複自己。

  • It's sometimes quite hard to follow what they're saying, or they're saying the same thing over and over again.

    有時很難聽懂他們在說什麼,或者他們在重複說同樣的話。

  • This way of speaking a really good way to describe this is they are rambling.

    這種說話方式一個非常好的形容就是他們在胡言亂語。

  • Yes, and if anybody watching news of you saw our rehearsal, they would really understand what rambling is.

    是的,如果有誰看了你們的新聞,看到了我們的排練,他們就會真正明白什麼是漫不經心。

  • Yes, we really do ramble in our rehearsals.

    是的,我們在排練的時候真的是漫不經心。

  • They take a lot longer than the actual show, and we talk about all kinds of things which aren't to do with news review.

    他們花了很多時間比實際的節目,我們談論各種事情,這是不是做新聞評論。

  • And then we practice them over and over again.

    然後我們反覆練習它們。

  • It z really quite a rambling rehearsal sometimes, but when we like to think we get it right in the show itself.

    這z有時候真的是很漫不經心的排練,但當我們喜歡認為我們在表演本身就會正確。

  • Yeah, we hope that this version isn't rambling.

    是的,我們希望這個版本不是漫無邊際的。

  • No, too.

    不,也是。

  • But anyway, let's have a summary.

    但不管怎樣,我們還是來個總結吧。

  • Now it's an interesting fact that some people's political views change as they age, isn't it, Neil?

    現在,一個有趣的事實是,有些人的政治觀點會隨著年齡的增長而改變,不是嗎,尼爾?

  • Absolutely.

    絕對的

  • And if you would like to hear a program about how people's opinions change with age, they can click in the link below.

    如果你想聽一個關於人們的觀點如何隨著年齡而改變的節目,可以點擊下面的鏈接。

  • What's our next headline on our third headline today Comes from the Guardian again in the UK it reads like this God, abortion and better acoustics.

    下一個頭條是什麼? 我們今天的第三個頭條是來自英國的《衛報》,內容是這樣的: 上帝、墮胎和更好的音響效果。

  • Kanye West launches campaign with chaotic rally Chaotic without order, Confused?

    坎耶-韋斯特以混亂的集會發起活動 混亂無序,迷茫?

  • Yes.

    是的,我知道

  • Chaotic C H a O T.

    混亂的C H a O T。

  • I C.

    I C.

  • The C H is pronounced not chaotic.

    C H的發音不亂。

  • Now.

    現在就去

  • Chaotic is an objective.

    亂是一種客觀。

  • The noun form is chaos.

    名詞形式是混沌。

  • C H a O.

    C H到O。

  • S.

    S.

  • If something is chaotic, it has no organization or bad organization.

    如果一個東西是混亂的,它就沒有組織或組織不好。

  • It's noisy, It's messy.

    很吵,很亂。

  • It's about an event that is really kind of out of control.

    這是關於一個真的有點失控的事件。

  • You don't really know what's happening.

    你根本不知道發生了什麼。

  • It's very, very disorganized.

    這是非常非常混亂的。

  • Yes, Have you ever seen shopping Catherine on the Black Friday sales Black Friday When it's a few weeks before Christmas, isn't it when everything's really, really cheap in the shops?

    是的,你有沒有看到購物凱瑟琳在黑色星期五的銷售黑色星期五當它是聖誕節前幾個星期,是不是當一切都在商店裡真的,真的很便宜?

  • No, Neil.

    不,尼爾

  • I never have bean into a shop on Black Friday, and I never will.

    我從來沒有在黑色星期五進過商店,我也永遠不會。

  • Have you seen what it looks like on TV.

    你見過電視上的樣子嗎。

  • That's the reason I won't go.

    這就是我不去的原因。

  • It's completely chaotic.

    這完全是混亂的。

  • There's people fighting in the shops.

    有人在商店裡打架

  • There's too many.

    太多了

  • No shop assistant says things fly in everywhere.

    沒有店員說的東西到處飛。

  • Sometimes they even have to call the police.

    有時他們甚至要報警。

  • Because the shops are so chaotic on Black Friday, it sometimes looks even quite dangerous.

    因為黑色星期五的商店非常混亂,有時甚至看起來相當危險。

  • So I don't go.

    所以我不去。

  • I don't go.

    我不去。

  • And what about the kids parties near Children's parties?

    那兒童派對附近的兒童派對呢?

  • How are you enjoying those these days?

    你最近喜歡這些嗎?

  • Even more chaotic than Black Friday.

    甚至比黑色星期五還要混亂。

  • Okay.

    好吧,我知道了

  • Do you call the police is Well, I'd love Thio.

    你要不要報警? 好吧,我喜歡Thio。

  • Okay, let's have a summary time now for a recap of our vocabulary.

    好了,現在我們有一個總結時間,對我們的詞彙進行一個總結。

  • Yes, we hard launches a bid starts an attempt to achieve something We had rambling, confusing and too long.

    是的,我們硬推出競標開始嘗試實現的東西,我們有漫不經心,混亂和太長。

  • Finally, we had chaotic without order, confused.

    最後,我們有亂無序,混亂不堪。

  • We are all over social media and we also have a free app.

    我們都在社交媒體上,我們也有一個免費的應用程序。

  • So go and download it.

    所以去下載吧。

  • Thanks for joining us.

    謝謝你加入我們的行列。

  • Stay safe and see you next time.

    注意安全,下次再見。

Hi, I'm Neil.

嗨,我是尼爾。

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