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  • I made a mistake. Years ago, I made a video  about ED ending verbs, an accent training video,  

    我犯了一個錯誤。幾年前,我做了一個關於ED結尾動詞的影片,一個口音訓練影片。

  • I went over the rules. But not how Americans  actually say these words in sentences. Don't  

    我講了一遍規則。但不是美國人在句子中到底怎麼說這些詞。句子中的這些詞是怎麼說的

  • make the same mistake I made. There are rules but  when it comes to accent training, you need to know  

    重蹈我的覆轍。規矩是有的,但說到口音訓練,你要知道。

  • how Americans actually pronounce these ED endings  in various situations, in various sentences.  

    美國人在不同的情況下,在不同的句子中,如何實際發音這些ED的尾音。

  • Sometimes the ED ending is completely dropped. So  there's a good chance you're over pronouncing the  

    有時候,ED的結局是完全放棄的。所以很有可能是你發音過重。

  • ends of these words. With this fix, you'll sound  more natural and understand Americans better. And  

    這些詞的結尾。有了這個固定的方法,你會聽起來更自然,更能理解美國人。而且

  • you'll have an easier time speaking englishWe're going to go to youglish and look through  

    你會有一個更容易的時間 說英語。 我們要去YOUGLISH,並通過看

  • tons of examples together, so you know you're  getting what native speakers actually do.  

    大量的例子在一起,所以你知道你得到的是母語人士實際做的事情。

  • As always, if you like this videoor you learned something new,  

    和往常一樣,如果你喜歡這個視頻,或者你學到了新的東西。

  • please give it a thumbs up and subscribe with  notifications, it helps a lot. Thank you so much.

    請豎起大拇指,用通知訂閱,幫助很大。謝謝你的幫助。

  • There are very few rules in American English  pronunciation that don't have a lot of exceptions.  

    美式英語發音中很少有規則,沒有很多例外。

  • But there are actually some useful rules when  it comes to ED endings. We'll go over these,  

    但其實在ED結局的時候,也有一些有用的規則。我們就來介紹一下這些。

  • but first, I just want to point out thatlot of the most common verbs are irregular,  

    但首先,我只想指出,很多最常見的動詞都是不規則的。

  • which means the past tense doesn't add an ED. I  do becomes I did, I go becomes I went, and so on.

    也就是過去式不加ED。I do變成I did,I go變成I went,以此類推。

  • If you're at this level of english, you already  know a lot of these. And you probably learned  

    如果你的英語水平達到這個程度,你已經知道很多這些了。而且你可能學會了

  • something wrong about the regular past  tense, the pronunciation of ED endings.

    常規的過去時,ED尾音的發音有問題。

  • There are three rules. The first one is: if the  sound before the ED ending is unvoiced, then the  

    有三個規則。第一條是:如果ED結尾前的聲音是無聲的,那麼在

  • EDending becomes a T. Worked, for example. The  K sound is unvoiced. Kk-- that means only air  

    比如EDending變成了T.Worked。K音是不發聲的。Kk--那就意味著只有空氣

  • makes the sound, not a vibration of the vocal  cords, kk--. So for an unvoicED ending the ED is  

    發出聲音,而不是聲帶的振動,kk--。所以對於一個無聲的結尾來說,ED是。

  • also unvoiced, tt-- tt-- the T sound is unvoicedWorked. Worked. You probably learned that. Worked.  

    也是無聲的,tt--tt--T音是無聲的。 工作了工作。你可能學會了。工作。

  • And you learned that pronunciation with that true  T. Okay, let's go to Youglish where we can hear  

    你學會了那個真正的 "T "的發音 好了,讓我們到Youglish去,在那裡我們可以聽到

  • some Americans saying this word, worked, with that  tt-- T sound following the rules of pronunciation

    一些美國人在說這個詞的時候,工作了,用那個tt--T的音按照發音規則。

  • We're going to do a search on the phrase  'worked for', worked for, in American English.

    我們要對美式英語中的'working for',working for這個詞進行搜索。

  • So then one of the two adults  who worked for the program said-- 

    於是,兩個為項目工作的成年人中的一個說... ...。

  • Worked for the program. Wait, I didn't hear  that. Did you? I didn't hear worked for the  

    為這個項目工作等等,我沒聽到。你聽到了嗎?我沒有聽到工作的

  • program. I didn't hear that T: ttt--- I heard  work for the program. Let's listen again

    程序。我沒聽到T:ttt----我聽到的是節目的工作。我們再聽一遍。

  • Let's try it in slow motion. If we  slow it down here, do we hear the T? 

    我們用慢動作試試如果我們在這裡放慢速度,我們能聽到T嗎?

  • Two adults who work for the program said-- Work for the, work for the, work for the.

    兩位為項目工作的大人說--為工作而工作,為工作而工作。

  • There's no T, it sounds like the present tense  work for. I work for them. But it's past tense,  

    沒有T,聽起來像是現在時態的工作。我是為他們工作的。但這是過去式。

  • and we know that because she's telling a story  about something that happened to her in the past.

    我們知道這一點,因為她講的故事 關於發生在她過去的事情。

  • All right, well, let's listen to another  one. Are we hearing the T in worked?

    好吧,好吧,讓我們聽聽另一個。我們聽到的是T在工作嗎?

  • My dad worked.

    我爸爸工作。

  • Okay, there he said: worked. Let's  listen to that in a full sentence.

    好,他說的是:起作用了。讓我們聽一聽這句話的完整內容。

  • You know, he worked for Chrysler--

    他在克萊斯勒工作...

  • Oh no! When he put the word in the  sentence, he dropped the T again.  

    哦,不!當他把這個詞放在句子裡的時候,他又把T掉了。

  • What's going on? Well, in American  English, it's pretty common to drop a T  

    怎麼了?在美式英語中 掉個T是很常見的事

  • when it comes between two consonants. This  happens for example in the word exactly.  

    當它出現在兩個輔音之間時。例如,在 "究竟 "一詞中就會出現這種情況。

  • Most Americans won't say that T. ExactlyThey'll say: exactly, dropping the T sound.

    大多數美國人不會說那個T,沒錯。 他們會說:確切地說,去掉T音。

  • Or on the phrase: just because, most Americans  will drop that T because it comes between two  

    或者在這句話上:只是因為,大多數美國人都會放棄那個T,因為它在兩個

  • consonants. And we'll say: just because--  jus be-- right from the S to the B with no T.

    輔音。我們會說:只是因為... ... jus b...

  • So this can happen with these  ED endings. As we go through  

    所以這些ED的結局也會出現這種情況。當我們通過

  • all the rules for ED endings in this videowe're going to look at not just the rules,  

    ED結局的所有規則在這個視頻中,我們要看的不僅僅是規則。

  • but what actually happens when Americans speakSo you're getting effective accent training.

    但美國人說話時實際發生了什麼。 所以你要進行有效的口音訓練。

  • So rule one was: unvoiced endingED is pronounced like a t. Tt--

    所以規則一是:無聲結尾,ED的發音像t,Tt--。

  • Rule two: if the ending of the  word in the infinitive is voiced,  

    規則二:如果不定式中的詞尾是有聲的。

  • the ED ending will also be voiced, which is a D.

    ED結局也會有聲音,這是一個D。

  • Let's go to Youglish to find some examplesWe'll look at the phrase: opened the--

    我們去優衣庫找一些例子。 我們來看看這句話:打開了... ...

  • Oh no, it happened again. Opened the door--  became open the door, with no D sound,  

    哦不,又發生了。開門--變成了開門,沒有D音。

  • even though it was in the past  tense, even though in english,  

    儘管是過去式,儘管是英語。

  • it would absolutely be written with that  ED ending. Let's listen in slow motion.

    絕對會寫成那個ED的結局。讓我們用慢動作來聽。

  • Nope. No d. We'll talk more about this  D later but, for now, let's go and look  

    不,沒有D。我們稍後再談這個D 但現在,讓我們去看看。

  • at the third rule for ED endings. If the  final sound is D or T, the ED ending adds  

    在ED結尾的第三條規則。如果最後的音是D或T,ED結尾就會加上

  • not just an extra sound like ttt or ddd, but an  extra syllable. You can think of this as being IH  

    不僅僅是一個額外的音,比如ttt或ddd,而是一個額外的音節。你可以認為這是IH

  • as in sit or schwa plus D. And it's  said very quickly, it's unstressed.

    如坐或分音加D,而且說得很快,是不緊張的。

  • So need becomes needed. That last syllable,  

    所以,需要變成了需要。最後一個音節。

  • always unstressed, said quicklyNeeded, ded ded ded. Needed.

    始終不緊張,說得很快。 需要的,獻上獻上。需要的,需要的。

  • So we're learning these three rules. Workedopened, and needed. And we're also learning  

    所以我們要學習這三個規則。工作了,打開了,需要了。而我們也在學習

  • how these endings might change when part ofsentence. Let's go into more detail about rule  

    當這些結尾成為一個句子的一部分時,這些結尾如何變化。讓我們來詳細瞭解一下規則

  • one. ED is T after an unvoiced sound. These are  all of the unvoiced sounds in American English.  

    一。ED是T在不發聲的音後。這些都是美式英語中的不發聲音。

  • But we've already said that T goes with rule  three. Also there are no words that end in the H  

    但我們已經說過,T與規則三的搭配。同時也沒有以H結尾的詞。

  • sound. Plenty of words that end in the letter  but none that end in the sound that I know of,  

    音。以字母結尾的單詞很多,但據我所知,沒有一個以音結尾的。

  • so for our ending sound for rule one, we  have: ch-- ff-- kk-- pp-- ss-- sh-- and th--

    所以對於規則一的結尾音,我們有: ch... ff... kk... pp... ss...

  • For all of the words in this category, if the  ED word is at the end of the sentence, you will  

    對於這一類的詞,如果ED詞在句子的末尾,你就會有

  • pronounce that T. How did you get there? I walkedWalked. With a light release of the T sound. For  

    你是怎麼到那裡的?我走路去的 走著去的輕輕的釋放T的聲音。對於

  • all of the words in this category, if the ED word  is linking into a word that begins with a vowel  

    這一類中的所有單詞,如果ED單詞連接到一個以元音開頭的單詞中的話

  • or diphthong, you will lightly release the T into  that word, connecting the two words, for example,  

    或雙音,你會輕輕地把T放進那個字裡,把兩個字連接起來,比如。

  • walked a lot, walked a lot, walked a--  tuh tuh tuh. The T linking into the schwa.

    走了很多,走了很多,走了------嘟嘟嘟。T連接到schwa。

  • But if the next begins with a consonantmany times, a native speaker will drop  

    但如果下一個音是以輔音開頭的,很多時候,母語人士就會放棄掉

  • the T sound. Let's look at each of the  possibilities. We'll start with the CH  

    的T音。讓我們看看每一種可能性。我們先看CH

  • like in the word watched, in the phrase:  I watched the best movie last night.  

    像在watched這個詞中,在一句話中:我昨晚看了最好的電影。

  • I watched the best-- watch the best--  I watched the best movie last night.

    我看了最好的--看了最好的--我昨晚看了最好的電影。

  • Now let's play me saying that phrase in slow  motion, you won't hear a T: I watched the best  

    現在讓我們用慢動作播放我說這句話,你不會聽到T:我看了最好的

  • movie last night. To fully pronounce the  T, it would sound like this: watched the,  

    昨晚的電影。如果要完整地讀出T的發音,應該是這樣的:看了。

  • watched the. I watched the best movie last  night. I watched the best movie last night.  

    看了。我看了最好的電影昨晚。我看了最好的電影,昨晚。

  • And that's just not as natural as: I watched  the best movie last night. Dropping the T.

    而這只是不如自然。我昨晚看了最好的電影丟掉T。

  • Now, do you have to drop the T? Will every  American always drop the T between two consonants?  

    現在,你一定要去掉T嗎?每個美國人都會在兩個輔音之間掉T嗎?

  • No. I'm sorry. This is one of the things  where sometimes Americans will do it,  

    不,我很抱歉。這也是美國人有時會做的事情之一。

  • and sometimes they won't, but just  knowing about it is going to help you  

    有時他們不會,但只要知道它是會幫助你的

  • understand what's happening in  American English conversation.

    理解美式英語對話中發生的事情。

  • And you're going to hear a lot of examples  in this video that will help you feel more  

    在這個視頻中,你會聽到很多例子,這將幫助你感到更多的

  • comfortable dropping the T in these ED ending  words so that you can sound more natural too.

    在這些ED結尾詞中自如地去掉T,這樣也能讓你聽起來更自然。

  • We're going to go to youglish and we're going  to listen to two people saying the phrase:  

    我們要去Youglish,我們要聽兩個人說這句話。

  • watch the-- the, the first time, you'll  hear a T dropped, no T at all, and then not.

    看... 第一次,你會聽到一個T掉了,沒有T,然後不。

  • Watched the original-- I didn't hear a  T there. Let's listen in slow motion.

    看了原版... ... 我沒有聽到一個T。讓我們用慢動作來聽。

  • Okay, no T. Here's an example though where  there's a clear T in the phrase 'watched the'.

    好吧,沒有T,不過這裡有一個例子,'看了'這句話裡有明顯的T。

  • Watched the-- so this one can go either  way. The thing you don't want to do is  

    我看了... 所以這個人可以選擇任何一種方式。你不希望做的事情是:

  • drop the T but then not connect it to the  next word, you do want to connect them.   

    丟掉T,但又不把它和下一個字連接起來,你確實想把它們連接起來。

  • You can only get by with dropping that T if you  connect. But even when we say this T, remember,  

    只有連接好了,你才能過掉這個T。但即使我們說這個T,也要記住。

  • it's not tt-- watched. It's got less energy than  that. Watched ttt--- watched the-- a very light T.

    它不是Tt -- 看著。它的能量比這還小。看了tt---看了---一個很輕的t。

  • Next, the unvoiced sound f. Let's link it into  a vowel. Stuffed a-- stuffed a-- stuffed a-- 

    接下來是不發聲的f,我們把它連成元音。填充a... 填充a... 填充a... 填充a...

  • Light true T connecting. Let's look at stuffed  the-- where the next sound is a consonant. I  

    光真T連接。我們來看看塞入的the--------其中下一個音是輔音。I

  • stuffed the blanket into the bag. Stuffed the-- I  went to Youglish and I heard both pronunciations,  

    把毯子塞進袋子裡塞進... 我去看了Youglish,聽到了兩種發音。

  • with the light T release and then also droppedLet's listen to some. Here, it's dropped.

    與輕T發佈,然後也掉了。 我們來聽一些。在這裡,它的下降。

  • And here it is lightly pronounced.

    而在這裡,它的發音很輕。

  • I'm not sure uh if you guys stuffed  the box. Stuffed the-- stuffed the--

    我不知道呃,如果你們塞滿了盒子。塞滿... 塞滿...

  • The k sound, like in kicked, I  kicked it, linking into a vowel,  

    k音,就像kicked中的k,我踢了它,連成一個元音。

  • we do a light T release. Kicked it-- ttt--- when  the next sound is a consonant like kicked the--  

    我們做一個輕的T釋放。踢了... ... ttt... 當下一個音是輔音,比如踢了...

  • I kicked the ball. This can go either  way. Here's an example where it's dropped.

    我踢了球這可以有兩種情況。這裡有一個例子,它的下降。

  • And here's one where it's not dropped.

    這裡還有一個沒掉的地方。

  • But I want to say I listened to about 50 samples  on Youglish of 'kicked the' and I only found one  

    但我想說的是,我在Youglish上聽了大約50個 "kicked the "的樣本,我只發現了一個。

  • or two where the T was pronounced. Also in these  samples, I found a lot of them were in the phrase:  

    或兩個發音為T的地方。另外在這些樣本中,我發現很多都是在短語中。

  • kick the can down the road. This is an  idiom that means to deal with a problem, or  

    踢皮球這個成語的意思是指處理問題,或

  • make a decision later. For example, let's say my  car broke down, it's an old car and I probably  

    以後再做決定。舉個例子,比如說我的車壞了,這是一輛舊車,我可能會

  • need to buy a new one, but I don't know what  to get, and I don't have a lot of money, so  

    需要買一個新的,但我不知道該買什麼,而且我也沒有很多錢,所以。

  • I kicked a can down the road and just got  this one fixed. I know eventually, I'll have  

    我踢了一腳,剛把這個修好。我知道最終,我將有

  • to face the problem and replace the car but for  now, I'm going to kick the can down the road.

    來面對問題和換車,但現在,我打算把罐子踢下去。

  • Next, P, like in the word hoped, hoped, I  hoped it would get better. Hoped it-- ttt--  

    接下來,P,就像希望這個詞一樣,希望,我希望它能變得更好。希望它... ... 嘖嘖...

  • light release of the T, linking intovowel. Let's look at 'hoped that'. Now the T  

    輕放T,連成元音。我們來看看'希望'。現在T

  • is between two consonants, and that sound  might get dropped in spoken english. I found  

    是在兩個輔音之間,而這個音在英語口語中可能會被丟掉。我發現

  • quite a few examples of both dropped and  pronounced. Here's one where it's dropped.

    不少例子都有掉字和發音的。這裡有一個是掉音的。

  • And here's one where it's not dropped.

    這裡還有一個沒掉的地方。

  • Sometimes, I sense my students panic  when there are two ways to do something.  

    有時候,我感覺到學生在做一件事的時候,有兩種方法,就會很慌張。

  • Are there cases where it's right and cases  where it's wrong? Not really. Both dropped  

    是否有對的情況,也有錯的情況?不見得。兩者都掉了

  • and pronounced T will work. But my students  don't have to want to make a decision in  

    並讀成T就可以了。但我的學生不一定要想在

  • the moment. Sometimes, that's stressful, so  just pick. In general, you'll pronounce it  

    的時刻。有時候,這很有壓力,所以就選。一般來說,你會發

  • lightly or you won't. I think for a lot of my  students, dropping it makes it a little easier,  

    輕輕的,否則你就不會。我想對於我的很多學生來說,丟掉它就會輕鬆一點。

  • makes linking easier. You'll hear native speakers  do both but you find the one that's right for you.

    讓鏈接更容易。你會聽到母語人士同時做這兩種工作,但你要找到適合自己的那一種。

  • You know, as I think of it there is one more  point we need to discuss for all of these rule  

    你知道,在我看來,對於所有這些規則,還有一點我們需要討論。

  • 1 ED endings. When a word ends in a T sound, which  all of these do, and it's followed by you or your,  

    1 ED結尾。當一個詞以T音結尾時,這些詞都是這樣的,而且後面是你或你的。

  • that T can be turned into a ch. For  example, helped you can become helped you,  

    那T可以變成ch,比如,幫你可以變成幫你。

  • helped you. Does that sound familiar? Helped  you. Helped you. Let's listen to an example.

    幫助你。聽起來熟悉嗎?幫助你。幫助了你。我們來聽一個例子。

  • Helped you? Helped you? Ch---  

    幫到你了嗎?幫了你?嚓...

  • So you can hear this ch for any of these wordsFor example, missed, which you'll study next,  

    所以你可以聽到這個ch的任何一個詞。 比如,錯過,你接下來會學習的。

  • 'missed your' can become: missed your--  missed your-- let's listen to an example.

    '錯過了你的'可以變成:錯過了你的--錯過了你的--我們來聽一個例子。

  • Missed your-- okay, let's look at thesound like in the word missed. If the next  

    錯過了你的... ... 好吧,讓我們來看看錯過這個詞中的S音。如果下一個

  • sound is a vowel or diphthong, you'll hear the T,  linking in like in the phrase 'missed it' ttt--

    聲音是元音或雙元音,你會聽到T,連接在像短語'錯過了'ttt --

  • Or if it's at the end of the sentenceyou'll hear the T. You'll be missed,  

    或者如果是在句子的最後,你會聽到T,你會被錯過。

  • missed. But followed by a consonant. Let's  look at the example: missed the-- missed the--

    錯過了。但後面是輔音。讓我們看看這個例子:錯過了... ... 錯過了... ...

  • Now when I just said those two words togetherit was really natural for me to drop that T.  

    現在當我剛剛把這兩個字說在一起的時候,我真的很自然地把那個T給丟了。

  • Missed the-- that's what I want  to do. Missed the-- miss that--

    錯過了... ... 這就是我想做的。錯過了... 錯過了...

  • When I search for 'missed the' on Youglish, almost  all had the dropped T. So it actually just sounds  

    當我在優步上搜索 "錯過了 "時,幾乎所有的人都有丟掉的T,所以它實際上只是聽起來。

  • like the present tense 'missed the'. Let's go  to Younglish, you tell me if you hear the T.

    就像現在的時態'錯過了'。我們去看Younglish,你告訴我,如果你聽到T。

  • Did you hear the T for the  past tense? Listen again.

    你聽到過去式的T了嗎?再聽一遍

  • No it's not there. Dropped T here is so naturalNow here's one where we will hear the t.

    不,它不在那裡。這裡的掉T是如此自然。 現在這裡有一個我們將聽到的T。

  • In both of these cases, we heard the idiom to  miss the boat. It means to miss your chance to do  

    在這兩個案例中,我們都聽到了一個成語叫 "錯失良機"。意思是錯過了做

  • something, to miss an opportunity. For example, my  mom invited me on a trip, but I took too long to  

    的東西,錯過了一個機會。比如,媽媽邀請我去旅遊,但我花了太多時間來

  • decide if I wanted to go, and she invited someone  else. I missed the boat. I decided I really wanted  

    決定我是否要去,她邀請了別人。我錯過了船。我決定我真的想

  • to go, so I was bummed about it. Sh. Let's use  the word push, followed by a vowel or diphthong,  

    要走,所以我很掃興。什、我們用推字,後面是元音或雙音。

  • you will hear the T linking in: pushed a--  pushed a-- tt--he pushed a kid at school.

    你會聽到T連線:推了一個--推了一個--tt--他在學校推了一個孩子。

  • But followed by a consonant, like in 'pushed  the'. If I say that fast in a sentence,  

    但後面是輔音,就像 "推的 "一樣。如果我在句子裡說得那麼快。

  • he pushed the wrong button, I will probably  drop that T. I just listened to Youglish  

    他按錯了按鈕,我可能會放棄那個T,我剛剛聽了優衣庫的節目

  • and almost everyone there dropped the T in  'pushed the'. Maybe 90%. Here's an example.

    幾乎每個人都在那裡放棄了 "推 "的T。也許90%的人都是這樣。這裡有一個例子。

  • And here's one where he  does say the t. Pushed the.

    這裡有一個他確實說了T,推了。

  • Let's look at the unvoiced TH like in the word  unearthed. If followed by a vowel or diphthong,  

    我們來看看像unearthed這個詞中的不發聲TH。如果後面是元音或雙元音。

  • you'll hear a light T: we unearthed  another clue. Unearthed another, ttt--

    你會聽到一聲輕響:我們又發現了一條線索。又發現了一條線索,ttt --

  • To unearth means to dig something out of the  earth, but it also means to discover something,  

    出土的意思是指從土裡挖出東西來,但也有發現東西的意思。

  • something that had been hiddenlost or kept secret. For example:  

    隱瞞、丟失或祕密的東西。例如:

  • I unearthed a secret from my father's  past. If followed by a consonant,  

    我發現了父親過去的一個祕密。如果後面加個輔音。

  • it can be dropped. I listened to a lot of examples  and most of the time it was dropped. Here's one.

    它可以被放棄。我聽了很多例子,大多數時候是可以放棄的。這裡有一個。

  • And here's one where it wasn't dropped.

    而這裡有一個沒有被掉包的地方。

  • So my conclusion with ED endings rule one is this:  

    所以我對ED結局規則一的結論是這樣的。

  • when it links into a word that begins with  another consonant, it's most common to drop the T,  

    當它連接到一個以另一個輔音開頭的單詞時,最常見的是去掉T。

  • which then sounds just like the present tenseBut don't worry about that. Everyone will know  

    然後聽起來就像現在時。 不過不用擔心這個問題。每個人都會知道

  • what you mean because of the context. Because  you're speaking about something that happened  

    你的意思,因為上下文。因為你說的是發生的事情

  • in the past. Now, let's have you train with  some of these rule one cases with a dropped T  

    在過去。現在,讓你用這些規則一的一些案例進行訓練,用丟掉的T

  • to make that feel more comfortable. Firstyou'll hear a phrase. Then you'll hear just  

    讓人感覺更舒服。首先,你會聽到一句話。然後你會聽到

  • the two word link. Miss my-- miss my-- in slow  motion, two times, repeat the second time

    兩個字的鏈接。想念我的--想念我的--用慢動作,兩遍,重複第二遍。

  • It's important not to just learn something but to  actually train it, speak out loud, get used to it.

    重要的是,不要只是學習一些東西,而是要真正的訓練它,大聲的說出來,習慣它。

  • I watched the best movie last night.

    我昨晚看了最好的電影。

  • You know, we went through all the rules for the  ED endings, but we really only got to talk about  

    你知道,我們經歷了所有的規則 對於ED的結局, 但我們真的只得到了談論。

  • rule one in depth. We'll come back at you in  a few weeks with another video on rule two,  

    規則一的深度。我們會在幾周後再來給你看另一個規則二的視頻。

  • and then later with a video on  rule three. We'll go into detail.  

    再後面用視頻介紹一下規則三。我們會詳細介紹。

  • You'll know exactly how these past  tense verbs should be pronounced,  

    你就會知道這些過去式動詞應該如何發音了。

  • when a sound is dropped. While you wait for those  videos, be sure to check out this video next.  

    掉音時。在你等待這些視頻的時候,接下來一定要看看這個視頻。

  • Also, check out my online courses at Rachel's  English Academy, you'll become a more confident  

    同時,也可以看看我在瑞秋英語學院的在線課程,你會變得更加自信。

  • english speaker. I make new videos every  tuesday, be sure to come back to watch more.  

    說英語的人。我每週二都會製作新的視頻,一定要回來看更多。

  • I love being your English teacher. That's it  and thanks so much for using Rachel's English.

    我喜歡做你的英語老師。就這樣,非常感謝你使用瑞秋英語。

I made a mistake. Years ago, I made a video  about ED ending verbs, an accent training video,  

我犯了一個錯誤。幾年前,我做了一個關於ED結尾動詞的影片,一個口音訓練影片。

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