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  • I have a list off some very advanced English expressions used by natives used by me recently on.

    我列舉了一些本地人使用的很高級的英語表達,最近我在。

  • I'm going to share them with you today to help you become a more confident English speaker.

    今天小編就和大家分享一下,幫助大家成為一個更加自信的英語高手。

  • Yeah.

    是啊。

  • Hello, everybody.

    大家好

  • It's me, Elliot from E T J.

    是我,E T J的Elliot。

  • English.

    英文。

  • And we're actually going to begin this lesson with an expression.

    而我們這節課其實要從一個表達方式開始。

  • We need to address the very large elephant in the room when there is an elephant in the room.

    當房間裡有一頭大象時,我們需要解決非常大的大象。

  • It means that there is a big, obvious thing which weaken both.

    意思是說,有一個大的、明顯的東西,削弱了這兩個。

  • See, we both know about, but we haven't discussed yet.

    你看,我們都知道,但我們還沒有討論過。

  • We haven't talked about yet.

    我們還沒有談過。

  • We haven't addressed yet.

    我們還沒有解決。

  • So we need to address the elephant in the room, which is the absolute mess on my head.

    所以我們需要解決房間裡的大象,也就是我頭上的絕對亂象。

  • Yes, quarantine did lead me to cutting my own hair, and I've absolutely fucked it up on day.

    是的,檢疫確實導致我自己剪了頭髮,我絕對是日理萬機。

  • Well, there's not much else to say.

    好吧,也沒什麼好說的了。

  • So today this video goes out to all of you men and women who have tried to cut your own hair during this very difficult period of isolation.

    所以今天這段視頻要送給所有在這段非常艱難的孤立時期嘗試自己剪髮的男女朋友們。

  • While barber shops are closed, hairdressers are closed.

    理髮店關門的同時,理髮店也關門了。

  • So let's get straight into the expressions today.

    那麼今天我們就直接進入表達方式。

  • The first expression I want to talk about is when somebody receives a new lease off life.

    我想說的第一種說法是,當有人獲得新的生命契約。

  • It's a very advanced expression, a new lease of life.

    這是一種非常先進的表達方式,一種新的生活方式。

  • We might say that somebody suddenly has a new lease of life.

    我們可以說,某人突然有了新的生命。

  • Maybe since something happened on DTA have a new lease of life means that you have a new outlook or a new way of doing things.

    也許自從在DTA上發生了一些事情之後有了新的生活,意味著你有了新的看法或者新的做事方式。

  • And perhaps it's a positive thing.

    或許這也是一件積極的事情。

  • It's like you have this new positive energy, positive emotion to do things.

    就像你有了這種新的正能量,積極的情緒去做事情。

  • So, for example, after recovering from the very terrible car crash he had, he suddenly got a new lease of life.

    所以,比如說,在他從非常可怕的車禍中恢復過來之後,他突然獲得了新的生命。

  • It's almost like he had a new reason to live on a new excuse to kind of do new things and just a different outlook on life.

    這幾乎就像他有了一個新的生活理由,有了一個新的藉口,可以做一些新的事情,只是對生活的看法不同。

  • That's the main thing Now the next one is something my mother used to say to me a lot when I was a child, and it comes with a very special sound, a diff thong we need to make before, and we'll begin with this Oy to start with a round shape in your mouth and then lift your tongue up on smile.

    這是最主要的 現在下一個是我媽媽在我小時候經常對我說的,它帶有一個很特別的聲音,一個不同的丁字褲,我們在之前需要做,我們先用這個Oy開始在嘴裡做一個圓形,然後把舌頭抬起來在微笑。

  • Oy, oy.

    Oy, oy.

  • You can shout this as loud as you want If you do it in the UK, it will be to get someone's attention.

    你可以大聲地喊這句話,如果你在英國這樣做,就會引起別人的注意。

  • Will say if you say this anywhere in the UK, everybody will turn their heads, so we'll start with Oy, maybe to get someone's attention followed by.

    會說,如果你在英國任何地方說這句話,每個人都會轉過頭來,所以我們先說Oy,也許能引起別人的注意,然後是。

  • Pack it in, pack it in, pack it in.

    裝進去,裝進去,裝進去。

  • If we tell someone to pack it in, it means stop.

    如果我們叫別人打包,就意味著停止。

  • Stop doing what you're doing on.

    別再做你正在做的事了

  • It's usually because it's naughty, it's bad and you should not be doing it or I don't want you to be doing that.

    通常是因為它很調皮,它很糟糕,你不應該這樣做,或者我不希望你這樣做。

  • It's usually something a teacher or a parent would say to someone there in control off, Pack it in.

    這通常是老師或家長會對那裡的人說的控制關,打包吧。

  • So I was a very naughty child.

    所以我是一個很調皮的孩子。

  • My mom was constantly telling me to pack it in.

    我媽媽經常叫我打包。

  • Now shout out to my instagram.

    現在在我的instagram上喊話。

  • I said this one on my instagram in one of my stories the other day, actually, a few weeks ago, and it waas keep your eyes peeled.

    前幾天我在instagram上的一個故事裡說了這句話,其實是幾周前的事,它waas你要注意了。

  • Keep your eyes peeled.

    睜大你的眼睛。

  • We'll talk about the pronunciation in a second, but to keep your eyes peeled essentially means keep them open wide open.

    我們一會兒會說到發音,但睜大眼睛基本上就是睜大眼睛的意思。

  • Your eyelids are the things we need to peel back so you can't blink.

    你的眼皮是我們需要剝開的東西,所以你不能眨眼。

  • Keep your eyes open.

    睜大你的眼睛。

  • Keep your eyes peeled, so to keep your eyes peeled.

    擦亮眼睛,所以要擦亮眼睛。

  • Yeah, keep your eyes open, which basically means be aware.

    是啊,睜大你的眼睛,這基本上意味著要注意。

  • Maybe something is going toe happen soon.

    也許很快就會有事情發生。

  • For example, on Instagram, I told my followers to keep their eyes peeled because my video will be released tomorrow.

    例如,在Instagram上,我告訴我的追隨者要注意,因為我的視頻將在明天發佈。

  • So it's kind of like keep your eyes peeled to keep watching YouTube because at some point tomorrow boom, my YouTube video will appear.

    所以,這有點像睜大眼睛繼續看YouTube,因為在明天某個時間點,我的YouTube視頻會出現。

  • Let's talk about the pronunciation because you might notice I'm pronouncing the letter Are here now, usually in British English.

    我們來談談發音,因為你可能會注意到我現在的發音是字母 "Are",通常是英式英語。

  • We won't.

    我們不會的

  • We'll just say your but because the next word eyes begins with a vowel sound.

    我們就說你的but,因為下一個單詞eyes是以元音開頭的。

  • I we're going to join the R at the end of your so your rise your eyes.

    我我們要加入R在你的最後,所以你的上升你的眼睛。

  • But the other thing to understand is that the word you're not important doesn't matter.

    但另一個要明白的是,你不重要的詞並不重要。

  • We don't need to pronounce it in its true form, so it becomes year.

    我們不需要用它的真實發音,所以它就變成了年。

  • So your eyes keep your eyes peeled, Keep your eyes peeled.

    所以你的眼睛要睜大,睜大你的眼睛。

  • Okay, your eyes eyes is important.

    好吧,你的眼睛眼睛很重要。

  • So we do need to stress that word.

    所以我們確實需要強調這個詞。

  • Keep your eyes peeled, so your becomes you, but we're adding the are to join toe eyes, which is stressed.

    睜大你的眼睛,讓你的成為你的,但我們要加入的是加入腳趾眼,這是強調。

  • Keep your eyes peeled.

    睜大你的眼睛。

  • Now let's say I asked someone.

    現在我們說我問某人。

  • What's the time?

    現在是什麼時候?

  • They might say to me, was bang on 12 bang on 12.

    他們可能會對我說,是在12號砰砰砰12號。

  • So the time is 12 o'clock, bang on 12.

    所以時間是12點,嘭嘭嘭的12點。

  • But actually it's exactly 12.

    但實際上正好是12。

  • Bang on means exactly precisely.

    邦上的意思正是。

  • Okay, so let's say someone's playing dance.

    好吧,那我們就說有人在玩跳舞。

  • They throw the dart and it hit the bull's eye.

    他們扔出的飛鏢擊中了靶心。

  • Bang on bang on is to be very accurate or to be so accurate that it's completely right every time.

    Bang on bang on是指非常準確,或者說非常準確,每次都完全正確。

  • So bang on, we can also say Bang out Onda.

    所以砰砰砰,我們也可以說砰出昂達。

  • One I want to talk about today is if someone is bang out of order.

    今天我想說的一個是,如果有人砰然失序。

  • This is kind of a slang expression for something to be out of order usually means that it's not working.

    這是一種俚語的表達方式,東西出了問題通常是指不能用了。

  • Okay, so, for example, the toilets are out of order, meaning you can't enter them because they are not working.

    好吧,比如說,廁所失靈了,也就是說,你無法進入廁所,因為它們無法使用。

  • We can also say that someone is being bang out of order, and that means you are not behaving correctly or what you did was wrong.

    我們也可以說,有人被人敲打了,那就說明你的行為不對,或者你做的事情是錯誤的。

  • What you did was bang out of order, meaning you should not have done that.

    你所做的事情是砰的一聲,也就是說你不應該這麼做。

  • It was a very bad thing to do.

    這是一件非常糟糕的事情。

  • So remember, bang on exactly bang out wrong.

    所以,記住,準確的砰砰出錯。

  • Now the next expression I'm going toe kind of paint a picture for you Which, by the way, paint a picture.

    現在,接下來的表達,我要給你畫一幅畫,順便說一句,畫一幅畫。

  • So many expressions today paint a picture means describe for you.

    今天這麼多的表達方式為你畫出一幅畫的意思描述。

  • Okay, so I'm painting it for you.

    好吧,所以我畫給你看。

  • The story Let's say I have this amazing plan and I'm talking to my friend about it.

    故事比方說,我有一個驚人的計劃,我正在和我的朋友談論它。

  • Maybe it's a plan.

    也許這是一個計劃。

  • Thio rob a bank.

    搶劫銀行。

  • I've come up with this amazing plan about how we're going Thio do it all on I said, turn around And I say to my friends, What do you think then?

    我想出了一個驚人的計劃,關於我們如何做這一切,我說,轉身,我對我的朋友們說,你覺得呢?

  • Should we give it a go?

    我們要不要試一試?

  • Shall we give it a go to give something a go means to try something Okay, so it's like saying Shall we try?

    Shall we give it a go to give something a go means to try something Okay, so it's like saying Shall we try? 好吧,就像說我們要不要試試?

  • You might say Yeah, I'll give it a go.

    你可能會說是的,我會給它一個機會。

  • Meaning Okay, I will try Now the next expression I'm going to give you another example.

    意思好,我試試 現在下一個表達方式我再給大家舉個例子。

  • This time let's say I have a friend called Tom and Tom was really, really drunk last night.

    這次就說我有個朋友叫湯姆,湯姆昨晚真的非常非常的醉。

  • He can't remember anything he drank way too much on.

    他什麼都不記得了,他喝的太多了。

  • He has a really bad hangover today.

    他今天的宿醉很嚴重。

  • I'm trying to explain to him what happened about all of these crazy things he did, how he got in a fight he was dancing, took his clothes off on the dance floor.

    我試圖向他解釋發生了什麼事 他做的這些瘋狂的事情,他是怎麼打起來的 他在跳舞,把他的衣服脫在舞池裡。

  • He was just going absolutely crazy.

    他簡直要瘋了。

  • Typical Tom.

    典型的湯姆。

  • Typical Tom.

    典型的湯姆。

  • But he just can't remember anything because he drank so much.

    但他就是因為喝多了,什麼都記不起來了。

  • So what I do is I grab my phone on.

    所以,我做的是我抓起我的手機上。

  • I show him all of the pictures of all of the crazy things he did that night of him with his top off, waving it around in the air, going crazy.

    我給他看所有的照片,他脫掉上衣,在空中揮舞著上衣,瘋狂地做著所有的事情。

  • And I say to him, Does that jog your memory?

    我對他說,這能喚起你的記憶嗎?

  • Tom, jog your memory.

    湯姆,喚醒你的記憶。

  • If something jogs your memory, it reminds you.

    如果有什麼東西勾起了你的記憶,它就會提醒你。

  • So does this jog your memory?

    那麼這是否能喚起你的記憶呢?

  • You'll show someone something, or tell someone something to try and jog their memory on another one.

    你會給別人看一些東西,或者告訴別人一些東西,試圖喚起他們對另一個人的記憶。

  • I actually, to be honest, I need to create a list of all of these expressions because I've done so many.

    其實,說實話,我需要把所有這些表達方式建立一個清單,因為我已經做了很多。

  • If I've talked about this one before, I'm sorry.

    如果我之前說過這個,我很抱歉。

  • This one is to get something off my chest.

    這個是為了讓我的胸口有東西。

  • If I have something which I want to get off my chest, it's maybe a secret, something which I've been keeping to myself.

    如果我有什麼事想說出來,那也許是個祕密,是我一直保守的祕密。

  • Maybe I have feelings for someone or someone's being doing something which has really bean upsetting me on.

    也許我對某個人有感情,或者某個人的所作所為讓我很不爽。

  • I just need to talk to them about it.

    我只是需要和他們談談。

  • I need to get this off my chest.

    我得把這事兒說清楚

  • So I might say to this person, Look, I just need to get this off my chest.

    所以,我可能會對這個人說,你看,我只是需要得到這個我的胸口。

  • You're really annoying.

    你真的很煩人。

  • It's a great way to start solving maybe some problems you have inside with someone which you haven't really talked about yet.

    這是一個很好的方式,開始解決也許你和某人內心的一些問題,你還沒有真正談過。

  • You need to get it off your chest so you can kind of discuss.

    你需要把它從你的胸口拿出來,這樣你就可以討論了。

  • So is there something that you've been meaning to tell me for ages?

    所以,你是不是有什麼事情一直想告訴我?

  • Maybe you've never commented on my videos.

    也許你從來沒有評論過我的視頻。

  • Maybe there's something you need to get off your chest.

    也許你有什麼事需要說出來。

  • Well, why don't you give it to go write something down in the comments right now?

    好吧,你現在為什麼不給它去評論裡寫點什麼呢?

  • These are just a few off many, many, many, many, many advanced expressions on.

    這些只是許多、許多、許多、許多高級表達方式中的一些。

  • Some of these are used a lot.

    其中有一些是經常使用的。

  • Some of them would just be used in specific situations, but we kind of need to know them because natives don't hold back.

    有些只是會在特定的情況下使用,但我們有點需要了解它們,因為本地人不會退縮。

  • We use expressions all of the time, and it's kind of just up to you to understand them.

    我們經常使用表達方式,這也算是看你怎麼理解了。

  • And if you don't, it can make your conversation less enjoyable.

    而如果你不這樣做,就會讓你的談話不那麼愉快。

  • So that's why I make these videos.

    所以,這就是為什麼我做這些視頻。

  • And I really hope you found it useful today.

    而且我真的希望你今天覺得有用。

  • Please remember that it's not just saying the expressions you need to be able to pronounce them.

    請記住,不僅僅是說表達方式,你還要會發音。

  • Well, it doesn't matter what accent it's in, but you need to be able to pronounce it well, Andi, I do have a British pronunciation cause.

    好吧,是什麼口音不重要,但你要能發好音,安迪,我確實有英式發音的原因。

  • So if you're looking to improve your pronunciation or if you would like to try and achieve a British accent with me, I am an accent coach of pronunciation Teacher s.

    所以,如果你正在尋找提高你的發音,或者如果你想嘗試並實現與我的英國口音,我是一個口音教練的發音老師的。

  • Oh, I'd be happy to help you.

    哦,我很樂意幫助你。

  • You could join my course with the link in the description or just go to e.

    你可以通過描述中的鏈接加入我的課程,或者直接去e。

  • T.

    T.

  • J english dot com.

    J english dot com。

  • The course includes videos, downloadable practice files, everything you need to know about the British accent on how to do it on.

    課程包括視頻、可下載的練習文件,一切你需要知道的關於英國口音如何做上。

  • Of course, you can talk with me on WhatsApp on wechat with voice messaging for feedback and advice, so I'd love to meet some of you there If you do join.

    當然,你可以在WhatsApp的微信上用語音留言的方式和我交流,獲得反饋和建議,所以如果你加入的話,我很想在那裡認識一些人。

  • If not, please give me a thumbs up.

    如果沒有,請豎起大拇指。

  • Subscribe.

    訂閱。

  • Take care.

    照顧好自己

  • I will see you soon.

    我很快就會見到你。

I have a list off some very advanced English expressions used by natives used by me recently on.

我列舉了一些本地人使用的很高級的英語表達,最近我在。

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10個高級英語日常用語 (10 Advanced English Expressions for Daily Use)

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    林宜悉 發佈於 2020 年 10 月 23 日
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