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  • What's up, guys?

    怎麼了,夥計們?

  • Happy Halloween in this lesson will be a weight.

    萬聖節快樂在這節課將是一個重量。

  • Oh, that's better.

    哦,那是更好的。

  • In today's lesson, we are going to be learning all about today's special event Halloween on.

    在今天的課程中,我們要學習的是今天的特別活動萬聖節上的所有內容。

  • We'll be learning about how it's celebrated in the US on the UK By the way, every week we help you to learn fast English without getting lost without losing.

    我們將在英國上了解它在美國是如何慶祝的順便說一下,每週我們都會幫助你快速學習英語,不迷茫不失落。

  • The joke's on without subtitles.

    沒有字幕的笑話。

  • In fact, this man says that through our explanations, he can now understand scenes that he couldn't before.

    事實上,這個人說,通過我們的解釋,他現在可以理解以前無法理解的場景。

  • So if that sounds good to you, don't forget to hit that subscribe button on the bell down below so that you don't miss a single one of our new lessons.

    所以,如果你覺得不錯,別忘了點擊下面鈴鐺上的訂閱按鈕,這樣你就不會錯過任何一節我們的新課。

  • So do you know what Halloween is?

    那麼你知道什麼是萬聖節嗎?

  • Also known as All Hallows Eve.

    又稱萬聖夜。

  • It's originated as an ancient Celtic festival where people would like bonfires and where costumes toward off ghosts.

    它的起源是一個古老的凱爾特人的節日,人們會喜歡篝火和服裝向關鬼。

  • Hundreds of years later, Irish and Scottish immigrants took it over to the U.

    數百年後,愛爾蘭和蘇格蘭移民把它帶到了美國。

  • S.

    S.

  • In the 19th century.

    在19世紀。

  • Over time, Halloween involved into a day of activities like trick or treating carving pumpkins, costume parties, apple bobbing on eating treats.

    隨著時間的推移,萬聖節涉及到一天的活動,如欺騙或治療雕刻南瓜,化裝派對,蘋果搖擺在吃治療。

  • So to start off, we are going toe watch this hilarious scene from the Siri's friends on.

    所以,首先,我們要去看Siri的朋友們在上的這搞笑一幕。

  • I will be explaining the most important vocabulary related Halloween in the second part of the lesson will be talking about the different ways that this day is celebrated in the U.

    我將解釋最重要的詞彙相關的萬聖節在第二部分的課程將談論不同的方式,這一天是在美國慶祝。

  • K and the U.

    K和U。

  • S.

    S.

  • Oh, wait, You're supposed to wear a costume.

    哦,等等,你應該穿的服裝。

  • I am.

    我就是

  • I am a woman who spent a lot of money on a dress, and she wants to wear it because soon she won't be able to fit into it.

    我是一個女人,花了很多錢買了一件衣服,她想穿,因為很快就穿不進去了。

  • I'm Catwoman.

    我是貓女

  • Who wants to borrow the dress when you're too big for it?

    衣服太大,誰願意借?

  • Okay, E give out candy.

    好吧,E發糖。

  • I really wanna be with the kids right now.

    我現在真的很想和孩子們在一起。

  • You know, ever since I got pregnant, I have the strongest maternal instincts.

    你知道,自從我懷孕後,我就有了最強烈的母性本能。

  • E Oh, look at you guys.

    哦,看看你們。

  • Wow, You are a very scary witch.

    哇,你是一個非常可怕的女巫。

  • And you are a very funny clown.

    你是一個非常有趣的小丑。

  • And you are so in style right now.

    而你現在的風格也是如此。

  • A cat woman.

    一個貓女。

  • So we meet again.

    所以我們又見面了。

  • Eso we do.

    所以,我們做。

  • Supergirl, It's me, Phoebe.

    超級女聲,是我,菲比。

  • Monica, can I talk to you for a second?

    莫妮卡,我可以跟你談談嗎?

  • Listen, I appreciate you getting me the costume.

    聽著,我很感激你給我買了這套衣服。

  • You did this, dude.

    是你做的,夥計。

  • I thought he'd love it.

    我想他會喜歡的。

  • His favorite kids book was the Velveteen Rabbit.

    他最喜歡的童書是《絨線兔》。

  • The Velveteen Rabbit was brown.

    天鵝絨兔是棕色的。

  • And what, You didn't dress up either?

    還有,你也沒穿衣服?

  • Yes, I did.

    是的,我有。

  • I'm Chandler.

    我是錢德勒

  • Dude, what happened?

    夥計,發生了什麼事?

  • How is that me?

    怎麼是我?

  • Okay.

    好吧,我知道了

  • I'm Chandler.

    我是錢德勒

  • Oh, you.

    哦,你啊

  • When have I ever done that?

    我什麼時候做過?

  • When have I ever done that?

    我什麼時候做過?

  • Oh, sorry.

    哦,對不起。

  • Joey is gonna be thrilled.

    喬伊一定會很興奮

  • He was hoping you'd come by as a slutty nurse.

    他希望你能以一個放蕩的護士的身份過來。

  • Actually, I'm just a nurse.

    其實,我只是一個護士。

  • I think that would embarrass May.

    我想這會讓梅尷尬。

  • But you see, I'm maxed out.

    但你看,我已經用完了。

  • Wait.

    等一下

  • You're supposed to wear a costume.

    你應該穿上服裝。

  • It is very common during this celebration toe wear a costume, which is a set of clothes worn to look like someone or something else.

    它是非常常見的在這個慶祝活動期間趾穿的服裝,這是一套衣服穿,看起來像一個人或其他東西。

  • Wait to see in your costume.

    等著看你的服裝。

  • Dudley, do, right?

    達德利,做,對吧?

  • As you can see in this scene, this is not only in tradition for kids, but also for adults.

    從這一幕可以看出,這不僅是孩子們的傳統,也是成年人的傳統。

  • Listen, did you ever do anything about costumes for Claris Thing?

    聽著,你有沒有為 "克拉麗絲 "的服裝做過什麼?

  • Tonight?

    今晚?

  • I'm going to pick them up this afternoon.

    我今天下午就去取。

  • You're going to be a gargle, and I'm gonna be an evil village brew.

    你要做漱口水,我要做惡村釀。

  • Very funny, Mom.

    非常有趣,媽媽。

  • I know it's Halloween.

    我知道今天是萬聖節

  • Nice fake hand.

    漂亮的假手。

  • Yeah.

    是啊。

  • Oh, okay.

    哦,好吧。

  • Way.

    辦法。

  • Love.

    愛。

  • Halloween.

    萬聖節。

  • Which of these Fraser verbs is used to say that you will wear a costume?

    這些弗雷澤動詞中,哪一個是用來表示你將穿上服裝的?

  • All right, that's right later on in the scene.

    好吧,這就對了以後的場景。

  • Weaken him.

    削弱他。

  • Monica asked Joey, why he's not wearing costume.

    莫妮卡問喬伊,為什麼不穿戲服?

  • You didn't dress up here.

    你沒有在這裡打扮。

  • Yes, I did.

    是的,我有。

  • I'm Chandler.

    我是錢德勒

  • Now.

    現在就去

  • Let's have a quick lesson on pronunciation Here.

    讓我們在這裡快速學習一下發音。

  • We have a good example of connected speech, which is the way that natives connect their words together in order to speak more fluently.

    我們有一個很好的例子,就是連線說話,也就是本地人為了說得更流利,把話連在一起。

  • You didn't dress up here.

    你沒有在這裡打扮。

  • Fraser Verbs consists of a verb and a particle.

    弗雷澤動詞由一個動詞和一個粒子組成。

  • Now verbs are content words.

    現在動詞是內容詞。

  • This means native stress.

    這意味著原生壓力。

  • Them particles are function words.

    他們的顆粒是功能詞。

  • They are unstrung est.

    他們是無弦的EST。

  • One thing that could make your speech sound unnatural as a non native is over stressing function words like the particles in Fraser verbs.

    作為一個非本地人,有一件事可能會讓你的語音聽起來不自然,那就是過度強調功能詞,比如弗雷澤動詞中的粒子。

  • Let's take this phrase all verb dress up.

    讓我們把這句話全部動詞裝扮起來。

  • As an example, we stress dress on, don't stress up.

    舉個例子,我們強調穿上衣服,不要緊張起來。

  • Furthermore, we connect the two, so instead of saying, dress up, we say, Dress up, Let's hear it again.

    此外,我們把兩者聯繫起來,所以我們不說,打扮,而是說,打扮,我們再聽聽。

  • Fast and slow.

    快和慢。

  • You wouldn't dress up here.

    你不會在這裡打扮。

  • You recipe.

    你的食譜。

  • Do you find it difficult to understand far speaking natives?

    你覺得很難理解說遠方話的本地人嗎?

  • Then I highly recommend affluent with friends corpse.

    那麼我強烈推薦富裕與朋友屍。

  • In this 48 week course, you will learn with the first two Siris of friends you receive pdf power lessons every week.

    在這個48周的課程中,你將與前兩個Siris的朋友們一起學習,你每週都會收到pdf動力課程。

  • Vocabulary, memorization, software, access to our fluency circle global community on dso Much more on did you know you can try it right now for free without three part masterclass.

    詞彙,記憶,軟件,訪問我們的流利圈全球社區在dso上更多的你知道嗎,你可以嘗試現在免費沒有三部分大師班。

  • All you have to do is click up here or down in the description box below to learn more and sign up.

    你要做的就是點擊這裡或下面描述框中的上、下,瞭解更多的資訊,並進行報名。

  • Now we look forward to seeing you there.

    現在我們期待著在那裡見到你。

  • What e give out candy trick or treating is a very common activity that began in the use a about 100 years ago.

    什麼e給了糖果欺騙或治療是一個非常常見的活動,開始在使用一個約100年前。

  • Although the origin state back to 16th century Britain and Ireland, in which Children knock on the doors of houses on Halloween night and shout, trick or treat, This means that the person who answers the door has two options to give a treat such a sweets or candy or otherwise, they will get a trick.

    雖然起源狀態回到16世紀的英國和愛爾蘭,其中兒童敲門的房子在萬聖節之夜和喊,欺騙或治療,這意味著,誰回答門的人有兩個選項,給一個治療,如糖果或糖果或否則,他們將得到一個技巧。

  • A prank as a consequence.

    惡作劇的後果。

  • Trigger entry.

    觸發器進入。

  • Would you like some candy?

    你想吃糖嗎?

  • A drink?

    喝一杯?

  • Okay, places, places Tom in him.

    好了,地方,地方湯姆在他。

  • If you there e give out candy.

    如果你在那裡E給糖果。

  • I really wanna be with the kids right now.

    我現在真的很想和孩子們在一起。

  • Here we have another very common phrase.

    在這裡,我們還有一句很普通的話。

  • All verbs that is used in this celebration.

    所有的動詞,都用在這個慶典上。

  • If you want to say that you distribute things among a group of people, you can say that.

    如果你想說你把東西分給一群人,你可以這麼說。

  • You give those things out.

    你把這些東西送出去。

  • As I was saying before, during Halloween, it is very common to give out candy.

    就像我之前說的,在萬聖節期間,發糖是很常見的。

  • Mhm.

  • Well, look at you guys.

    嗯,看看你們。

  • Wow, you are a very scary Which do you know which of these means Skerry?

    哇,你是一個非常可怕的 你知道哪些是指Skerry?

  • Yeah.

    是啊。

  • This'll is the spookiest warehouse in the world.

    這將是世界上最詭異的倉庫。

  • Kids, you don't believe me?

    孩子們,你們不相信我嗎?

  • Just take a look.

    看看就知道了。

  • As you might know, in theory, Halloween should be very scary.

    大家可能知道,理論上來說,萬聖節應該是非常恐怖的。

  • However, it's common in the US to use this occasion just to wear a costume without giving much importance to the scary part of it.

    不過,在美國,利用這個場合只是穿個服裝,而不太重視其中可怕的部分是很常見的。

  • This is one of the big differences between the celebration in the UK and the US.

    這也是英國和美國的慶祝活動的最大區別之一。

  • Let's look at this funny clip from mean girls in which Katie goes to a Halloween party in the U.

    讓我們來看看《卑鄙的女孩》中凱蒂去參加美國萬聖節派對的這個搞笑片段。

  • S.

    S.

  • For the first time.

    第一次。

  • Hey, why are you dressed of Skerry?

    嘿,你為什麼要穿斯凱瑞的衣服?

  • A Halloween?

    萬聖節?

  • As you can see nowadays, it's very common to use this occasion to wear sexy costumes are not really scary ones.

    大家可以看到,現在利用這個場合穿性感的服裝是很常見的,其實並不是很恐怖的服裝。

  • Let's watch a bit more off the friends clip and you are a very funny clown and you are so in style right now.

    讓我們再看一下朋友們的片段,你是一個非常有趣的小丑,你現在是如此的時尚。

  • E don't know.

    我不知道

  • No.

    不知道

  • Oh, hi.

    哦,你好。

  • Joey is gonna be thrilled.

    喬伊一定會很興奮

  • He was hoping you'd come by as a slutty nurse.

    他希望你能以一個放蕩的護士的身份過來。

  • Actually, I'm just a nurse.

    其實,我只是一個護士。

  • Here.

    給你

  • We can see China confusing moans costume as he says that she came dressed as a slutty nurse.

    我們可以看到中國混亂的呻吟服,他說她是穿著騷護士的衣服來的。

  • But actually, she was just a nurse.

    但實際上,她只是一個護士。

  • This scene is humorous because the term slutty in normal context is very offensive, as it is used to say that a woman is promiscuous.

    這一幕很幽默,因為在正常的語境下,淫蕩這個詞是很讓人反感的,因為它是用來說女人濫情的。

  • However, Halloween is celebration in which it's not a problem to wear sexy costumes on.

    不過,萬聖節是慶祝活動,穿上性感的服裝是沒有問題的。

  • Many people choose to girl world.

    很多人選擇女生世界。

  • Halloween is the one night a year when a girl could dress like a total slut and no other girls can say anything about it.

    萬聖節是一年中唯一一個女孩可以穿得像個十足的蕩婦的夜晚,其他女孩都無話可說。

  • Oh, my God.

    哦,我的上帝。

  • You guys look adorable.

    你們看起來很可愛。

  • Thanks.

    謝謝你

  • So do you.

    你也是

  • Funny, kind.

    有趣,善良。

  • No sexy cop.

    不是性感警察。

  • Plenty cop only came with the skirt and two badges.

    大量的警察只帶了裙子和兩個徽章。

  • Okay, Mom, you cannot have a problem with this.

    好吧,媽媽,你不能有這樣的問題。

  • My mother Teresa.

    我的母親特蕾莎。

  • Are you kidding me?

    你在開玩笑嗎?

  • What?

    什麼?

  • I'm her back when she was hot.

    我是她的背,當她是熱的。

  • I will cover you up.

    我會掩護你的。

  • Halloween is the eve of All Saints Day, which is not a very important celebration in the US, but it is a national holiday in some countries.

    萬聖節是萬聖節的前夕,在美國,萬聖節並不是一個很重要的慶祝活動,但在一些國家卻是全國