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  • Hello, everybody.

    大家好

  • This is Elliot from E.

    這是艾略特從E。

  • T.

    T.

  • J.

    J.

  • English.

    英文。

  • I am your British pronunciation teacher on YouTube.

    我是你在YouTube上的英式發音老師。

  • Now, today we're talking about a kind of touchy topic in the world.

    現在,今天我們要談的是世界上一種敏感的話題。

  • Off spoken English pronunciation.

    關英語口語發音。

  • We're talking about informal contractions in formal contractions.

    我們說的是正式合同中的非正式合同。

  • So what is this firstly?

    那麼這首先是什麼呢?

  • Well, if I was going to say going to occasionally, I might say, Gunner on this is something which a lot of native speakers do.

    好吧,如果我要說偶爾去的話,我可能會說,槍手在這上面是很多母語人士都會做的事情。

  • It's much more common in American English because there are lots of different variations.

    這在美式英語中更常見,因為有很多不同的變化。

  • But in the U.

    但在美國。

  • K, we have a particular few which are quite common.

    K,我們有一個特別的幾個很常見。

  • Some people use them a lot.

    有些人經常使用它們。

  • Some people use them a little bit sometimes like May, and some people never use them.

    有的人有時像五月一樣用一下,有的人從來不用。

  • Okay, It's not considered good to use them in correct speech or formal speech.

    好吧,在正確的言語或正式的言語中使用它們被認為是不好的。

  • The important word here in informal contractions is the word informal, their informal.

    這裡的非正式收縮詞中重要的是非正式一詞,他們的非正式。

  • Okay, so we're not going to use them if we're talking to our boss and we're not gonna use them if we're talking to the queen, right.

    好吧,所以我們不會使用它們 如果我們談論我們的老闆,我們不會使用它們 如果我們談論女王,對不對。

  • But when we're in a natural, relaxed, casual conversation, informal conversation with maybe a friend or a family member that sometimes I think it's okay to relax those two words.

    但是當我們在一個自然的、放鬆的、隨意的、非正式的談話中,可能是和朋友或者家人的談話,有時候我覺得放鬆這兩個字是可以的。

  • For example, going to becoming gunner.

    比如,去成為炮手。

  • I think that's fine to do in an informal conversation sometimes.

    我覺得有時候在非正式的談話中這樣做也不錯。

  • Okay, so the main reason I'm teaching you this today is actually to help you with your listening.

    好了,我今天教你這個的主要原因其實是為了幫助你提高聽力。

  • If you understand informal contractions, then you won't have any problems if you come to visit the UK or the United States.

    如果你瞭解非正式的合同,那麼你來英國或美國旅遊就不會有任何問題。

  • Because I guarantee you, if you came to England and you spoke to a native speaker, it's quite likely that you would hear on informal contraction in conversation because some people, like I said, they do use them a lot, so it's good to know them on if you want to use them.

    因為我向你保證,如果你來到英國,和一個以英語為母語的人說話,你很可能會在對話中聽到非正式的收縮詞,因為有些人,就像我說的,他們確實經常使用它們,所以如果你想使用它們,瞭解它們是很好的。

  • Like I said only in on informal conversation or very relaxed conversation with a friend where you're talking fast on, you want to relax some words.

    就像我說的只有在在非正式的談話或非常輕鬆的談話與朋友,你在那裡說話快上,你想放鬆一些話。

  • So now I've cleared that up.

    所以現在我已經澄清了這一點。

  • Let's talk about some of the most common informal contractions in British English.

    下面我們就來談談英式英語中最常見的一些非正式收縮詞。

  • Number one wanna.

    一號想。

  • For example, if I'm trying to organize something with one of my friends, the correct way of me saying this would be do you want a coffee?

    例如,如果我想和我的一個朋友組織一些活動,我正確的說法是你要喝咖啡嗎?

  • But the informal contraction way would be do you want a coffee?

    但非正式的收縮方式會是你要喝咖啡嗎?

  • So even do you becomes Do you Do you want a coffee?

    所以,即使是你,也變成了你要不要喝咖啡?

  • So just remember, want, uh, becomes wanna.

    所以只要記住,想要,呃,變成了想。

  • So let's practice it in one more situation Where wanna is replacing?

    那麼我們再來練習一下,在一種情況下,Wanna是替換的?

  • Want to correct way?

    想改正方式?

  • I want to go shopping tomorrow.

    我明天想去購物。

  • Informal way.

    非正式的方式。

  • I want to go shopping tomorrow.

    我明天想去購物。

  • I want to go shopping tomorrow.

    我明天想去購物。

  • So the reason we're doing this is because number one, we're in an informal conversation.

    所以我們這樣做的原因是因為第一,我們是在進行非正式的對話。

  • Number two, we're talking fast, and sometimes it's just a little bit easier to change it.

    第二條,我們說的快,有時候改起來就容易一點。

  • You don't have to do this like I said, but it's good for your listening.

    你不必像我說的那樣,但這對你的聽力有好處。

  • Next one going to becoming gonna, for example, the correct way I was going to tell you something.

    下一個要成為會,比如說,正確的方式我是要告訴你一些事情。

  • The informal contraction way.

    非正式的收縮方式。

  • I was gonna tell you something.

    我想告訴你一些事情

  • I was gonna tell you something, You know, let's say I'm having a lesson with a student who I'm very, very relaxed with.

    我正想告訴你一件事,你知道,比方說我正在和一個我非常非常放鬆的學生上課。

  • Okay, maybe we're good friends.

    好吧,也許我們是好朋友。

  • I could say today I'm gonna teach you about today.

    我可以說今天我要教你今天的事情。

  • I'm gonna teach you about Fraser verbs instead off today I'm going to teach you about because I'm more relaxed with that student and I'm talking fast.

    我今天要教你關於弗雷澤動詞,而不是關,因為我和那個學生在一起比較輕鬆,我說得很快。

  • Maybe I will use that informal contraction.

    也許我會用這種非正式的收縮。

  • Gonna for going, too.

    我也要去

  • But it depends really depends.

    但這取決於真的取決於。

  • But it's not the correct way of speaking.

    但這不是正確的說話方式。

  • Okay, it's informal.

    好吧,這是非正式的。

  • Now, this one.

    現在,這個。

  • Please.

    求你了

  • I really don't recommend that you use this one.

    我真的不建議你用這個。

  • It's not considered very good to use this next one, which is in it, which replaces, isn't it?

    這下子用這個不算很好,它在裡面,它取代了,不是嗎?

  • But ah, lots of people do use it in the UK, so you need to understand it.

    但是啊,在英國確實有很多人在用,所以你要了解它。

  • Okay, So for example, if it's cold outside today, I could say it's cold today, isn't it?

    好吧,那比如說今天外面很冷,我可以說今天很冷,是不是?

  • Or informal contraction?

    還是非正式的收縮?

  • It's cold outside today.

    今天外面很冷。

  • In it, it's cold outside today in it.

    在裡面,今天外面的天氣很冷在裡面。

  • So what I'm doing there is instead of saying, isn't it asking for them to agree?

    所以我在那裡做的不是說,而是要求他們同意嗎?

  • I'm doing it in, um or informal way in it.

    我在做,嗯或非正式的方式在它。

  • This one is considered to be used mawr by people from particular areas of the UK not bad areas, but it's also considered to be used by those who are maybe not so well educated, so I don't particularly recommend it.

    這個被認為是英國特定地區不差地區的人使用的mawr,但也被認為是那些可能文化程度不高的人使用的,所以我不是特別推薦。

  • So if I need someone to just wait for me, maybe I need to get my coat on before I leave my house and my friend is waiting for me.

    所以,如果我需要一個人只是等我,也許我需要在出門前穿上我的外套,我的朋友在等我。

  • I could say in a very polite way and normal way of speaking.

    我可以用很禮貌的方式和正常的說話方式說。

  • Can you give me a second?

    能給我點時間嗎?

  • Can you give me a second?

    能給我點時間嗎?

  • But I could say Can you give me a sec?

    但我可以說,你能給我一個秒?

  • Can you give me a sack?

    你能給我一個袋子嗎?

  • So, firstly, give me is becoming gimme.

    所以,首先,給我正在變成gimme。

  • Second is becoming sec.

    二是成為秒。

  • Now, this is a very common abbreviation that we do in the UK.

    現在,這是一個非常常見的縮寫,我們在英國做。

  • Second becomes sec.

    第二成為秒。

  • Give me a sec.

    給我一點時間

  • See you in a sec.

    一會兒見

  • Once again in formal.

    再次在正式。

  • Okay.

    好吧,我知道了

  • Only use it with people that you're comfortable with.

    只對你覺得舒服的人使用。

  • Relaxed with Andi.

    和安迪一起放鬆。

  • Um, not someone that you would be having a formal conversation with.

    嗯,不是一個人,你會 有一個正式的談話。

  • Okay, I think it's quite straightforward.

    好吧,我想這是很直接的。

  • Now, contractions in formal contractions are for informal use only.

    現在,正式收縮詞中的收縮詞只供非正式使用。

  • Be careful with them.

    要小心他們。

  • You don't want to give the wrong impression.

    你不希望給人錯誤的印象。

  • They're much more common in American English.

    他們在美式英語中更常見。

  • Just remember that.

    只要記住這一點。

  • And also you will hear people use them here.

    同時你也會聽到人們在這裡使用它們。

  • So it's mawr useful to understand them rather than to use them.

    所以瞭解它們比使用它們更有用。

  • So that's the lesson on informal contractions.

    所以,這就是非正式合同的教訓。

  • I hope you found it useful.

    希望你覺得有用。

  • Don't forget, I have recently released the British Pronunciation Program on e.

    別忘了,我最近在e上發佈了英式發音方案。

  • T.

    T.

  • J english dot com.

    J english dot com。

  • Now this is a pronunciation course which is going to teach you everything you need to know about pronunciation and how to do it gives you the techniques if you like pronunciation.

    現在,這是一個發音課程,將教你一切你需要知道的發音和如何做它給你的技術,如果你喜歡發音。

  • If you want to improve your general spoken English as well with Fraser verbs, expressions on that course is really going to help you.

    如果你也想用弗雷澤動詞來提高自己的綜合英語口語,該課程的表達方式真的會對你有所幫助。

  • So head over to e.

    所以前往e。

  • T j english dot com If you want to start improving your spoken English now But nevertheless, I will still see you next Thursday.

    T j english dot com 如果你想現在就開始提高你的英語口語,但儘管如此,下週四我還是會見到你。

  • Take care, guys.

    保重,夥計們。

  • Cheers.

    乾杯。

  • Love you.

    愛你。

  • Bye.

    掰掰

Hello, everybody.

大家好

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