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  • as an English learner.

    作為一個英語學習者。

  • You've heard this before.

    你以前聽過這個。

  • It should come as no surprise to you.

    這對你來說應該不奇怪。

  • Reading is one of the best ways to improve your English.

    閱讀是提高英語水平的最好方法之一。

  • The question is, Do you read enough in English to really start noticing progress in your language skills?

    問題是,你的英語閱讀量夠大嗎,真的開始注意到自己語言能力的進步了嗎?

  • Mm, I'm not saying that you need to be a bookworm or anything like that.

    嗯,我不是說你需要成為一個書蟲或類似的東西。

  • But if you commit to reading a book, whether it's a fictional narration, a biography, a self help, your English is sure to improve significantly.

    但如果你致力於閱讀一本書,不管是小說敘述、傳記、自助,你的英語一定會有明顯的提高。

  • All you have to do is pick up a book, read the first few pages and then let the story capture your imagination.

    你要做的就是拿起一本書,閱讀前幾頁,然後讓故事抓住你的想象力。

  • If it's a good story and if you can connect with it, that's when you're going to experience the magic of reading.

    如果這是一個好故事,如果你能與之相通,這時你就會體會到閱讀的神奇。

  • That is, transporting yourself to a different world, interacting with characters and almost feeling as if you're living the events and consequences of the story.

    也就是把自己帶到一個不同的世界,與人物互動,幾乎感覺自己就像活在故事的事件和後果中。

  • As one psychologist puts it to the human brain, imagined experiences are processed the same as real experiences.

    正如一位心理學家對人腦說的那樣,想象中的經驗和真實的經驗是一樣的處理方式。

  • Through imagination, we tap into creativity that is the foundation of innovation, self discovery and change.

    通過想象力,我們挖掘創造力,這是創新、自我發現和改變的基礎。

  • And hey, these things can be game changes in your learning journey.

    嘿嘿,這些東西可能是你學習歷程中的遊戲改變。

  • But before we get into it, and in case you're new here every week, we make lessons just like this one to help you learn fast English without getting lost without missing the jokes and without subtitles.

    不過在我們進入正題之前,為了防止你每週都是新來的,我們做的課程就像這個課程一樣,幫助你快速學習英語,不迷路不錯過笑話,沒有字幕。

  • Just like tomorrow.

    就像明天一樣。

  • Who says that she's so excited?

    誰說她這麼激動?

  • She found our channel and watches our lessons every day.

    她找到了我們的頻道,每天看我們的課程。

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

    所以,如果你覺得不錯,別忘了點擊那個訂閱按鈕和下面的鈴聲,這樣你就不會錯過我們的任何新課程。

  • In this video, I'm going to introduce you to five novels that have been made into movies.

    在這個視頻中,我將為你介紹五部被拍成電影的小說。

  • The idea here is that you can use the same story to engage with the language in its different manifestations.

    這裡的想法是,你可以用同一個故事來參與語言的不同表現。

  • And if you've read a novel first, that's going to aid your comprehension of the movie.

    而如果你先讀過小說,那將有助於你對電影的理解。

  • The same is true the other way around.

    反之亦然。

  • As I'm introducing these novels and movie adaptations to you, I'm also going to talk to you about five benefits you'll get by reading novels in English.

    在給大家介紹這些小說和電影改編的同時,我也要跟大家說說看英文小說的五個好處。

  • This is a 2000 and five novel by the American author Cormac McCarthy.

    這是美國作家科馬克-麥卡錫2000年和五小說。

  • It's great for all learners, regardless of their comprehension ability.

    它非常適合所有學習者,無論他們的理解能力如何。

  • But if your English is lower Intermediate.

    但如果你的英語是中級以下。

  • This novel is going to be great for you because it was initially written as a screenplay, which means it was intended for a movie.

    這部小說對你來說會很好,因為它最初是作為劇本寫的,也就是說它是為了拍電影。

  • For this reason, the novel has a simple writing style regarding the story.

    為此,小說關於故事的寫法很簡單。

  • It occurs in the vicinity of the Mexico United States border in 1980 concerns an illegal drug deal gone awry in the Texas desert back country.

    它發生在1980年墨西哥和美國邊境附近,涉及在得克薩斯州沙漠後方的非法毒品交易。

  • If you decide to watch the movie, you won't regret it.

    如果你決定看這部電影,你不會後悔的。

  • When I watched this movie, I was on the edge of my seat the whole time.

    當我看這部電影的時候,我一直都在坐立不安。

  • And Javier Bardem, who, by the way, is a non native English speaker, plays a masterpiece of a role in this movie.

    而哈維爾-巴登,順便說一下,他是一個非英語為母語的人,在這部電影中扮演了一個大師級的角色。

  • You need to read this novel and watch the film.

    你需要看這本小說和看電影。

  • A common misconception is that reading is not going to expose you to the English spoken by natives today.

    一個常見的誤區是,閱讀是不會讓你接觸到今天本地人說的英語的。

  • This is true if you're reading an original novel or poem by Shakespeare.

    如果你讀的是莎士比亞的原著小說或詩歌,那就是如此。

  • But if you read a contemporary work like No Country for Old Men, you are going to learn a lot of current relevant vocabulary.

    但如果你讀《老無所依》這樣的當代作品,你會學到很多時下相關的詞彙。

  • You'll even find examples of realistic conversation between native speakers.

    你甚至可以找到母語人士之間的真實對話的例子。

  • Bird Books is a 2014 Post apocalyptic novel by American writer Josh Kimmelman.

    鳥書》是美國作家喬什-金梅爾曼2014年創作的一部後啟示錄小說。

  • Post apocalyptic fiction is a sub genre of science fiction, in which the Earth civilization is collapsing or has collapsed.

    後啟示錄小說是科幻小說的一個子類型,地球文明正在崩潰或已經崩潰。

  • We actually made a reading lesson with another post apocalyptic novel.

    其實我們用另一本末世小說做了一節閱讀課。

  • The Hunger Games are like that in the description Below Bird Box follows a woman who must find a way to guide herself and her Children to safety despite the potential threat from an unseen enemy.

    飢餓遊戲》就像描述中的那樣,Below Bird Box講述的是一個女人必須找到一種方法來引導自己和她的Children到安全的地方,儘管有一個看不見的敵人的潛在威脅。

  • When you read this novel, you're going to have eerie feelings.

    當你讀到這本小說時,你會有詭異的感覺。

  • Imagine hearing that people from all around the world are going crazy and then suicidal and seeing something outside.

    想象一下,聽說全世界的人都在發瘋,然後自殺,看到外面的東西。

  • Actually, it's not even known if they're seeing this thing because it's believed to be invisible.

    其實,連他們是否看到這個東西都不知道,因為相信這東西是看不見的。

  • One last thing about this movie is that you're going to find it a lot like everything that's happened with covid lately.

    最後關於這部電影,你會發現它很像最近發生在covid身上的一切。

  • I guess you'll have to read the novel or watch the movie on Netflix starring Sandra Bullock to get what I mean Yeah, now let me tell you why reading is one of the best learning strategies to grow your vocabulary.

    我想你必須閱讀小說或觀看Netflix上由桑德拉-布洛克主演的電影才能明白我的意思 是的,現在讓我告訴你為什麼閱讀是增長詞彙量的最佳學習策略之一。

  • It is simply a super effective way to get introduced to new words in an authentic way and to confirm your understanding of other words.

    這簡直是一個超級有效的方法,可以讓你真實的認識新單詞,並確認你對其他單詞的理解。

  • Reading books in English also helps you to practice using the context of a sentence to guess the meaning of words and expressions that you don't know using context to guess meaning is fundamental for both mastering English and remembering new vocabulary.

    閱讀英語書籍還可以幫助你練習利用句子的上下文來猜測你不知道的單詞和表達方式的意思利用上下文猜測意思是掌握英語和記憶新詞彙的基礎。

  • Now if you'd like to learn vocabulary that natives really use and learn it in context whilst having a lot of fun, I highly recommend you check out our Fluent With Friends calls.

    如果你想學習本地人真正使用的詞彙,並在上下文中學習,同時有很多樂趣,我強烈建議你看看我們的 "與朋友流利 "電話。

  • You can try it right now for free by signing up to our three part master class.

    你可以通過註冊我們的三部分大師班,現在就免費嘗試。

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

    你所要做的就是在下面的描述框中向上或向下點擊。

  • It's that simple, and you won't regret it.

    就這麼簡單,你不會後悔的。

  • What Mhm Life of Pi is a 2000 and one fantasy adventure novel by Canadian author Yann Martel, this novel tells the story of Pie, a teenage boy from India who finds himself trapped in a lifeboat in the Pacific Ocean with a tiger bookshelf.

    What Mhm Life of Pi》是加拿大作家揚-馬特爾2000年和一部奇幻冒險小說,這部小說講述了一個來自印度的少年派發現自己被困在太平洋的救生艇上,老虎書架的故事。

  • Dot com describes this novel as a transformative novel, an astonishing work of imagination that will delight and stunned readers in equal measure.

    點點網形容這部小說是一部變革性的小說,是一部想象力驚人的作品,同樣會讓讀者感到欣喜和震驚。

  • It is a triumph of storytelling and a tail that will, as one character puts it, make you believe in God.

    這是故事的勝利,也是一個尾巴,正如一個角色所說,會讓你相信上帝。

  • The movie adaptation didn't fail to deliver either winning awards for its visual effects, its protagonist performance, cinematography and music.

    這部改編電影也沒有辜負大家的期望,在視覺效果、主角表演、電影攝影和音樂方面都獲得了獎項。

  • Yeah, now how can reading improve your communication skills?

    是啊,現在讀書怎麼能提高你的溝通能力呢?

  • A key skill of a good communicator is accuracy.

    一個好的溝通者的關鍵技能是準確。

  • Great authors like Yann Martel are masters of the English language, and reading their work, which is characterized by writing that's exceptionally good in Star and Form, is going to improve your understanding of grammar.

    像揚-馬特爾這樣的大作家都是英語語言大師,閱讀他們的作品,其特點是寫作的星形和形體都特別好,會提高你對文法的理解。

  • You're also going to become a much better writer if you've read books regularly.

    如果你經常看書,你也會成為一個更好的作家。

  • The Great Gatsby is the oldest book on this list.

    了不起的蓋茨比》是這個榜單上最古老的書。

  • It was written in 1925 by the classic American writer F.

    它是1925年由美國經典作家F.

  • Scott Fitzgerald out of the books I'm introducing to you in this list.

    斯科特-菲茨傑拉德出的書,我在這個書單裡介紹給你。

  • This could be the most difficult to read, so I'd say you should start with some of the other ones unless you're confident your reading comprehension is advanced.

    這可能是最難讀的,所以我說你應該從其他的一些開始讀,除非你自信你的閱讀理解能力很高。

  • However, an option to still read this novel, even if your comprehension is intermediate, is the graded reader version of this novel, which is a simplified version for English learners just search on Google, the name of this novel plus graded reader.

    不過,即使你的理解力是中等水平,也可以選擇閱讀這本小說,就是這本小說的分級閱讀版,這是一個適合英語學習者的簡化版,只要在谷歌上搜索,這本小說的名字加上分級閱讀版就可以了。

  • So this story is set in the Jazz Age on Long Island.

    所以這個故事的背景是長島的爵士時代。

  • It depicts narrator Nick Carraway interactions with mysterious millionaire Jay Gatsby and Gatsby's obsession to reunite with his former lover, Daisy Buchanan.

    它描述了敘述者尼克-卡拉威與神祕的百萬富翁傑伊-蓋茨比的互動,以及蓋茨比與昔日情人黛西-布坎南重逢的執念。

  • The 2013 movie adaptation stars Leonardo DiCaprio as Jay Gatsby.

    2013年改編的電影由萊昂納多-迪卡普里奧飾演傑伊-蓋茨比。

  • What I loved about this movie is that it gives a fascinating visual representation of the infamous roaring twenties in the United States.

    我喜歡這部電影的原因是,它給人以引人入勝的視覺感受,展現了美國臭名昭著的20年代的咆哮。

  • This was an era of economic prosperity and energetic social, artistic and cultural activity.

    這是一個經濟繁榮,社會、藝術、文化活動活躍的時代。

  • Both the novel and the film paint a picture of American life in the twenties, which I personally find very interesting.

    小說和電影都描繪了一幅20年代美國人的生活圖景,我個人覺得非常有趣。

  • I love the 19 twenties so much that my wedding actually had a 19 twenties theme, and they also explore the theme of the American dream.

    我非常喜歡1920年代,所以我的婚禮其實是以1920年代為主題的,他們也探討了美國夢的主題。

  • In a very interesting way.

    以一種非常有趣的方式。

  • The Great Gatsby is a literary masterwork and is seen as a contender for the title of Great American novel.

    了不起的蓋茨比》是一部文學鉅著,被視為美國偉大小說稱號的競爭者。

  • Not only this, but it has an outstanding soundtrack to If you're a fan of Leonardo DiCaprio like me, then why not check out this lesson we made with his hip film Inception Next you can click up here or down in the description box below to watch it next.

    不僅如此,它還有一個出色的配樂如果你和我一樣是萊昂納多-迪卡普里奧的粉絲,那麼不妨來看看我們用他的潮片《Inception》做的這堂課接下來你可以點擊這裡的上圖或者是下面描述框中的下圖來觀看。

  • Reading in English and especially novels gives you an opportunity to interact with the language.

    英語閱讀,尤其是小說閱讀給你提供了一個與語言互動的機會。

  • But what do I mean by this?

    但我說的是什麼意思呢?

  • Well, some of the sentences and paragraphs that you'll read may have several layers of meaning, and they could be understood in different ways.

    嗯,你要讀的一些句子和段落可能有好幾層意思,可以用不同的方式來理解。

  • When you consider these possibilities, it's almost as if you're actively using the language and you create a personal relationship with the language.

    當你考慮到這些可能性時,幾乎就像你在積極地使用這種語言,你與這種語言建立了個人關係。

  • This is probably a great way to develop the ability to think in English as well.

    這大概也是培養英語思維能力的好方法。

  • The Invention of Hugo Cabret is a historical fiction book written and illustrated by Brian Selznick.

    雨果-卡布雷特的發明》是一本由布萊恩-塞爾茲尼克編寫並配以插圖的歷史小說書。

  • When you open this book, you'll see that it's vastly different from the other ones on this list because you'll see it has tons of illustrations.

    當你打開這本書時,你會發現它和這個書單上的其他書有很大的不同,因為你會發現它有大量的插圖。

  • The author describes the book as not exactly a novel, not quite a picture book, not really a graphic novel or a flick book or a movie, but a combination of all of these things.

    作者介紹說,這本書不完全是小說,也不完全是圖畫書,不是真正的圖畫小說,也不是輕小說,也不是電影,而是這些東西的結合。

  • This book is about a boy Hugo, who lives in the walls of a busy Paris train station.

    這本書講述的是一個男孩雨果,他住在繁忙的巴黎火車站的圍牆裡。

  • His survival depends on things he does when no one is looking.

    他的生存取決於他在無人注意時做的事情。

  • But when he crosses paths with an eccentric, bookish girl and a bitter old man who runs a toy booth in the station, Hugo's undercover life and his most precious secret are put in jeopardy.

    但當他與一個古怪的書生女孩和一個在車站經營玩具攤的苦命老人相遇時,雨果的臥底生活和他最珍貴的祕密都陷入了危險之中。

  • Hugo is the name of the 2000 and 11 Martin Scorsese film adaptation of the book.

    雨果》是2000年和11年馬丁-斯科塞斯改編的電影名稱。

  • This movie stars to young actors that you may recognize from other movies or TV series.

    這部電影的明星是年輕的演員,你可能會認識到從其他電影或電視劇。

  • This movie received lots of critical acclaim.

    這部電影獲得了很多好評。

  • It's a must watch.

    這是必須要看的。

  • We often say, Don't just learn it, live it.

    我們常說,不要只學,要活。

  • This doesn't only mean that you should speak English in every moment, every day.

    這不僅意味著你應該在每時每刻、每天都說英語。

  • It means that you should use your English as a practical tool, like not reading a novel because it's a school assignment.

    意思是說,你應該把英語作為一個實用的工具,就像不要因為是學校的作業就看小說一樣。

  • But doing it to enjoy a story in relation to that, you might have heard us say, Now, let's go beyond the classroom and live your English.

    但做為欣賞一個故事的相關,你可能聽到我們說,現在,讓我們超越課堂,活出你的英語。

  • And a big plus is the fact that reading will give you a ton of practice to make your English even better.

    而且還有一個很大的好處就是,閱讀會給你大量的練習,讓你的英語更上一層樓。

  • You Yeah, yeah, yeah!

    你 是啊,是啊,是啊!

  • Mhm!

    嗯!

  • Mhm, Yeah, yeah!

    嗯,對,對!

  • Mhm.

  • Mm, yeah.

    嗯,是的。

  • Mm.

    嗯。

  • Now, before we finish the lesson, I'd like also to give a special mention to some of my all time favorite books made into movies that you can also check out.

    現在,在我們結束課程之前,我還想特別提一下我一直以來最喜歡的一些書被拍成電影,你也可以去看看。

  • Oh, yeah, we okay, Mhm.

    哦,是的,我們沒事,嗯。

  • Mhm.

  • If you'd like to learn more about these books and movies, make sure you check out our instagram at your life dot English, where I'll be talking about them and why they're so great to learn English with.

    如果你想了解更多關於這些書籍和電影的資訊,請務必查看我們的instagram,在你的生活點點英語,我會在那裡談論它們,以及為什麼它們是如此偉大的學習英語。

  • Also, let me know in the comments which of these recommendations you'll try reading and watching.

    另外,在評論中告訴我,這些推薦中,你會嘗試閱讀和觀看哪些內容。

  • But now it's time to go beyond the classroom and live your English.

    但現在是時候走出課堂,活出自己的英語了。

  • Ah yeah, all right, so our next one is definitely advanced, and I was split whether or not to actually include something from this author.

    啊,對了,所以我們下一個肯定是高級的,我在猶豫要不要真的加入這個作者的東西。

  • But the reason that I did is because Shakespeare had such a huge impact on English as it's spoken today.

    但我之所以這樣做,是因為莎士比亞對今天的英語產生了如此巨大的影響。

  • In fact, he invented over 1700 words that are still used in modern English.

    事實上,他發明的1700多個單詞至今仍在現代英語中使用。

  • Now, as I said, this is very difficult to read, even for natives.

    現在,正如我所說,這是很難讀的,即使是本地人。

  • But it's really for any of you who love literature and you really want to see English at its highest expression of use.

    但這真的是給所有熱愛文學的人看的,你真的想看到英語的最高表達使用。

as an English learner.

作為一個英語學習者。

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用變成電影的書學英語 (Learn English With Books That Became Movies)

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    林宜悉 發佈於 2021 年 03 月 11 日
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