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  • Hello.

    你好啊

  • I'm John Russell.

    我是約翰-羅素

  • I was recently watching a classic American movie called Cool Hand.

    最近在看一部經典的美國電影《涼手》。

  • Luke, I can't tell the whole story here, but the basic idea is that cool hand.

    盧克,我不能在這裡講述整個故事,但基本的想法是,酷手。

  • Luke does prison time and he tries to escape.

    盧克做監獄的時間,他試圖逃跑。

  • Ah, lot.

    啊,很多。

  • His escape attempts reminded me of certain English continent sounds.

    他的逃跑嘗試讓我想起了某些英語大陸的聲音。

  • They are called nasal Zales.

    它們被稱為鼻腔扎萊斯。

  • I'll explain most of the continent sounds we have explored in this Siris are made by air passing through the mouth.

    我會解釋我們在這個Siris中探索的大多數大陸聲音都是由空氣通過嘴發出的。

  • But there are certain kinds of sounds that involved blocking the air flow from leaving the mouth.

    但有某些種類的聲音,涉及到阻斷氣流離開口腔。

  • So what does the air do when it is blocked from leaving the mouth?

    那麼,當空氣被堵住不能離開口腔時,它是怎麼做的呢?

  • It escapes through the nose.

    它從鼻子裡逃出來。

  • The air is determined to escape.

    氣定神閒地逃走。

  • If it can't get out one way, it will get out another way.

    如果一條路走不通,它就會從另一條路走出去。

  • Much like a prisoner who is determined to escape in American English.

    很像美式英語中一個決心逃跑的囚犯。

  • We have three nasal continent sounds.

    我們有三個鼻洲音。

  • Mm mm mm.

    毫米毫米毫米。

  • M as in man.

    M作為人。

  • Mm.

    嗯。

  • As in natural.

    如自然。

  • Mm.

    嗯。

  • As in escaping those three sounds, All involved blocking the air from escaping through the mouth.

    如逃避這三種聲音,都涉及到阻擋空氣從口中逸出。

  • But each sound requires a different kind of blocking.

    但每種聲音都需要不同的阻隔。

  • Mm.

    嗯。

  • Involves both lips blocking the air from the mouth.

    涉及到雙脣堵住嘴裡的空氣。

  • Mm.

    嗯。

  • Involves the tip of the tongue touching the tooth ridge.

    涉及舌尖觸及牙脊。

  • The area maybe a centimeter or two behind your top teeth.

    你上牙後一兩釐米的地方可能是。

  • MM involves blocking the air with the back of the tongue.

    MM要用舌後部堵住空氣。

  • It touches the area known as the soft palate.

    它所觸及的區域稱為軟顎。

  • If you ever hear English speakers talk when they have a cold or allergies, you will notice that their nasal sounds mm hmm, become distorted or unusual.

    如果你曾經聽過說英語的人說話,當他們有感冒或過敏,你會注意到他們的鼻音mm hmm,變得扭曲或不尋常。

  • This is because the air is being blocked at the mouth and it cannot escape from the news as well as it normally would.

    這是因為空氣被堵在了口子上,不能像正常情況下那樣從新聞中逃出來。

  • That's all for today.

    今天就到這裡吧。

  • Keep up the good work.

    繼續保持良好的工作。

Hello.

你好啊

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