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  • Hello.

    你好啊

  • This is Elliot from E.

    這是艾略特從E。

  • T.

    T.

  • J.

    J.

  • English.

    英文。

  • And welcome to another lesson.

    也歡迎大家再來上一課。

  • So about a month ago, I made a video on I was teaching you some useful British English phrases on It had really good reaction.

    所以大約一個月前,我做了一個視頻,在我教你一些有用的英國英語短語上,它有非常好的反應。

  • So I thought today, why not do the same thing again?

    所以我今天想,為什麼不做同樣的事情呢?

  • I'm going to give you some mawr, some or useful phrases which you will hear a lot.

    我給大家說一些毛毛雨,一些或者有用的短語,大家會經常聽到。

  • There's some slang terms in here on.

    這裡有一些俚語在。

  • There's also some phrases.

    也有一些短語。

  • So here's five for you will start with number one.

    所以這裡有五個給你將從第一條開始。

  • So number one is peckish.

    所以一號是啄木鳥。

  • Now, this you might have heard before.

    現在,這個你可能已經聽說過了。

  • We say a lot in England on it means to be slightly hungry.

    我們在英國說了很多關於它的意思是有點餓。

  • Not really hungry, just slightly hungry.

    不是很餓,只是有點餓。

  • So I could say to you, I'm feeling a little bit peckish.

    所以我可以對你說,我感覺有點餓了。

  • Do you have any chocolate, for example on That just means I'm feeling a little bit hungry.

    你有巧克力嗎? 比如說,我只是覺得有點餓了。

  • Do you have some chocolate?

    你有巧克力嗎?

  • Do you have you know, anything?

    你有... ...你知道什麼嗎?

  • Any kind of food?

    有什麼吃的嗎?

  • Eso if you're a little bit hungry.

    如果你有點餓了。

  • Not starving, but just hungry.

    不是餓,只是餓。

  • You could say that you're feeling peckish.

    你可以說,你覺得自己很憔悴。

  • Number two, we've got fortnight.

    第二,我們有兩個星期的時間。

  • This is used a lot, especially in business English.

    這個用得很多,尤其是在商務英語中。

  • If I've ever got any business English students.

    如果我有任何商務英語學生。

  • I will usually say this and teach them this word Fort Night, and it's a very common British slang term it Islam on, but it is used in a professional manner.

    我通常會這樣說,並教他們這個詞堡夜,它是一個非常常見的英國俚語它伊斯蘭教上,但它是在專業的方式使用。

  • A lot of the time on basically a fortnight is two weeks.

    很多時間上基本上兩週就是兩週。

  • It's a period off two weeks, so 14 days is a fortnight.

    這是個休兩週的時期,所以14天就是兩週。

  • So let's say I'm going on a holiday for two weeks.

    所以說我要去度假兩個星期。

  • I could say I'm going on holiday for a fortnight or if I've taken some time off work, I could say I'm taking leave from my work for a fortnight.

    我可以說我要去度假兩個星期,或者如果我請了假,我可以說我要向工作請假兩個星期。

  • I have a fortnight off work.

    我有兩個星期的假期

  • So fortnight that's another one for you.

    所以兩週,這又是一個給你的。

  • And that is a British phrase.

    而這是英國人的說法。

  • If you said that in America wouldn't be quite the same, I don't think they really know what we're talking about.

    如果你說,在美國就不太一樣了,我想他們真的不知道我們在說什麼。

  • Number three.

    第三個。

  • We've got skint.

    我們已經得到了skint。

  • This is a good word.

    這是一個好詞。

  • I enjoy hearing.

    我喜歡聽。

  • This word in England is not a good word.

    這個詞在英國不是一個好詞。

  • It's not something you want to be saying yourself.

    這不是你自己想說的。

  • If you're skint, it basically means if you're skint, you're without money, you don't have money or you don't have very much money.

    如果你是吝嗇鬼,基本上就是說如果你是吝嗇鬼,你就沒有錢,你沒有錢,或者你的錢不多。

  • Let's say your friend has asked you out for dinner, you're going for a meal together or something.

    比如說你的朋友約你吃飯,你們要一起去吃個飯什麼的。

  • You could say Sorry, I can't make it.

    你可以說對不起,我不能去了。

  • I can't come to dinner with you.

    我不能和你一起去吃晚飯。

  • I'm absolutely skint.

    我絕對是吝嗇的。

  • And that would just mean I haven't got enough money to come out with you.

    那就意味著我沒有足夠的錢和你一起出去。

  • You could say I don't have enough money.

    你可以說我的錢不夠用。

  • But if you want to sound more British, use a bit more kind of British lingo than you could say.

    但如果你想聽起來更英倫,就用比你能說的更多一點的英國行話。

  • I'm skint.

    我很吝嗇。

  • So it's just one that I thought I would give you in case somebody says it to you.

    所以我就想給你一個,萬一有人對你說呢。

  • Number four.

    四號

  • We've got cheeky.

    我們已經得到了厚臉皮。

  • I also like this word.

    我也喜歡這個詞。

  • We use it a lot with kids, but it's not just something we say for kids.

    我們經常和孩子們一起使用,但這不僅僅是我們對孩子們說的。

  • If you're cheeky, then you're kind of doing something rude, but not really rude.

    如果你臉皮厚,那你算是做了一件不禮貌的事,但不是真的不禮貌。

  • It's kind of charming at the same time.

    同時也是一種魅力。

  • Kind of interestingly, intriguingly rude or naughty, we might say So.

    有點意思,耐人尋味的粗魯或調皮,我們可以說蘇。

  • For example, let's say, let's say, without a kid, a kid is always cheeky, they might say a comment, which is rude but is sweet at the same time.

    舉個例子,比方說,如果沒有孩子,孩子總是厚著臉皮,他們可能會說一句話,這句話很粗魯,但同時又很甜蜜。

  • But I'm going to give you one in an adult situation.

    但我要在成人的情況下給你一個。

  • Let's say I've got a friend on this friend is very rich.

    比方說我有一個朋友,這個朋友很有錢。

  • He's got lots of money, I wish, but he's got lots of money, and I could say to him, You've got loads of money.

    他有很多錢,我希望,但他有很多錢,我可以對他說,你有很多錢。

  • It wouldn't hurt you just to give me maybe a few pounds on.

    你只要給我幾磅就好了

  • That's a cheeky comment.

    這話說得很厚道。

  • That's me saying why you've got loads of money.

    那是我說你為什麼有很多錢。

  • Why can't you give me some?

    為什麼你不能給我一些?

  • It's just a cheeky comment and he might reply and say, Don't be so cheeky or he might just say That's cheeky.

    這只是一句厚臉皮的話,他可能會回覆說,別這麼厚臉皮,也可能會說那是厚臉皮。

  • And that's just how we would use the word cheeky.

    而這正是我們會用臉皮這個詞的原因。

  • It's quite a common one.

    這是很常見的一個問題。

  • Like I said, especially with kids.

    就像我說的,尤其是帶著孩子。

  • They're full of cheeky comments.

    他們充滿了厚顏無恥的評論。

  • Number five is fancy now.

    五號是花式了。

  • There's a lot of different ways we use the word fancy.

    我們對花式這個詞有很多不同的使用方式。

  • When I was preparing this lesson and I thought about the word fancy, first thing I thought about was, when you fancy someone, if you are a boy or a girl and you fancy someone say you say to them, I fancy you, that would mean that you find them attractive.

    當我在準備這節課的時候,我想到了fancy這個詞,首先我想到的是,當你喜歡一個人的時候,如果你是一個男生或者女生,你喜歡一個人說你對他說,我喜歡你,那就說明你覺得他很有吸引力。

  • Maybe you like them.

    也許你喜歡他們。

  • It's something used more by younger people, but you might hear it in movies.

    這是年輕人用得比較多的東西,但你可能在電影裡聽到。

  • You might hear it in different situations but I wouldn't worry about using it in this way.

    你可能會在不同的情況下聽到它,但我不會擔心以這種方式使用它。

  • But you could also use the word fancy by saying Fancy a drink.

    但你也可以用fancy這個詞,說Fancy a drink。

  • Let's say that I was inviting a friend out to go for a drink, maybe for a beer.

    比方說,我邀請朋友出去喝酒,可能是去喝啤酒。

  • Let's say we're going to go to the pub and drink some beer.

    比方說,我們要去酒吧喝一些啤酒。

  • I could say, Do you fancy a beer on?

    我可以說,你想喝啤酒嗎?

  • That's just like saying, Do you want to come out with me and grab a beer?

    這就好比說,你想和我一起出去喝啤酒嗎?

  • Have a beer to drink?

    有啤酒喝嗎?

  • Also, let's say we have a menu at our table.

    另外,假設我們的桌子上有一個菜單。

  • Were having a meal together?

    在一起吃飯嗎?

  • I could say, What do you fancy?

    我可以說,你喜歡什麼?

  • Or does anything take your fancy on?

    還是有什麼讓你喜歡的?

  • This is like saying, Is there anything you want from the menu?

    這就好比說,菜單上有你想要的東西嗎?

  • Do you like the look of anything?

    你喜歡什麼樣子的東西嗎?

  • What are you going to buy?

    你要買什麼?

  • What do you fancy?

    你喜歡什麼?

  • So it's two different ways of using the word fancy on.

    所以這是兩種不同的花式上的使用方法。

  • Something can also be fancy on.

    東西也可以花式上。

  • That means it's quite posh, Quite cool.

    這意味著它是相當豪華,相當酷。

  • For example, let's say I was wearing a smart suit, A really nice suit.

    舉個例子,比如說我穿的是一套聰明的西裝,一套非常漂亮的西裝。

  • Nice watch, Cem rings.

    手錶不錯,塞姆環。

  • I was looking quite rich and quite powerful.

    我看起來挺有錢的,也挺厲害的。

  • Someone would say, Oh, you look fancy on That would mean, you know, you're looking smart.

    有人會說,哦,你看起來很花哨,這意味著,你知道,你看起來很聰明。

  • You're looking rich and posh, so that's three different ways of using the word fancy.

    你看起來很有錢,很有型,所以這就是花哨這個詞的三種不同用法。

  • So there you go.

    所以,你去那裡。

  • There's another five.

    還有另外五個。

  • It was highly demanded by all of you that I made another video like this on if you enjoyed it, please tell me in the comments section below and I'll make more.

    這是高度要求的所有你,我做了另一個視頻這樣的,如果你喜歡它,請告訴我在下面的評論部分,我會做更多。

  • I'll keep making these British English videos if you're really enjoyment.

    如果你真的喜歡,我會繼續製作這些英式英語視頻。

  • Your comments create this channel, they make me decide what I put on here.

    你們的評論創造了這個頻道,讓我決定在這裡放什麼。

  • Next, when I have the time, I try and reply toe all of your comments.

    接下來,當我有時間的時候,我會盡量回復你所有的評論。

  • So that's it for today's video.

    今天的視頻就到這裡了。

  • If you enjoyed it, please give me a thumbs up.

    如果你喜歡,請豎起大拇指。

  • It really helps me out.

    它真的幫了我大忙。

  • Also, don't forget to subscribe.

    另外,別忘了訂閱。

  • Andi, visit my Facebook page and give me a like, if you haven't already.

    安迪,訪問我的Facebook頁面,給我一個喜歡,如果你還沒有。

  • If you'd like to book a Skype English lesson with me and start learning some really British English or preparing for a Niles test, the link will just be in the description below.

    如果你想和我預約Skype英語課,並開始學習一些真正的英式英語或準備奈爾斯考試,鏈接將在下面的描述中。

  • And it's easy to book your first trial lesson with may.

    而且可以很容易地預約第一次試聽課,與may。

  • Hopefully, I will speak to some of you soon on.

    希望能儘快和你們中的一些人說上話。

  • I will see you all in the next lesson.

    下節課再見。

  • Thank you for watching.

    謝謝你的觀看。

  • Bye.

    掰掰

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