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  • Hello, This is Elliot from E.

    你好,這是Elliot,來自E.

  • T.

    T.

  • J.

    J.

  • English.

    英文。

  • Today.

    今天的。

  • I'm going to be talking to you about Halloween.

    我要和你談談萬聖節的事。

  • Now.

    現在就去

  • Some of you may know a lot about this, and some of you might not know anything about this.

    有些人可能對這個很瞭解,有些人可能對這個什麼都不瞭解。

  • I recently asked on my Twitter how many of you celebrate Halloween in your country, and I had quite a few replies of people saying They don't now.

    我最近在我的Twitter上問你們有多少人在你們的國家慶祝萬聖節,我有不少人回答說他們現在不慶祝。

  • To me, it's something normal.

    對我來說,這是正常的事情。

  • It's something we celebrate every year on the 31st of October.

    這是我們每年10月31日慶祝的事情。

  • And it's a big event, especially for Children.

    而這是一件大事,尤其是對兒童來說。

  • It's what we call a holiday.

    這就是我們所說的節日。

  • Uh, we have holidays such as Christmas, New Year, and we even celebrate something called in the UK.

    呃,我們有節日,如聖誕節,新年, 我們甚至慶祝的東西 在英國稱為。

  • We celebrate something called Bonfire Night or Guy Fawkes Night, which is on the fifth of November.

    我們在11月5日慶祝一個叫 "篝火之夜 "或 "蓋-福克斯之夜 "的東西。

  • Now, I'm not a history teacher, nor is this a history lesson.

    現在,我不是歷史老師,這也不是歷史課。

  • So I'm not going to explain how Halloween started because I'm an English teacher.

    所以我不會解釋萬聖節是怎麼開始的,因為我是英語老師。

  • I don't know how it started, but what I do know is that is something that was particularly popular in the USA, and it still is, and it's something which people from Britain, the U.

    我不知道它是怎麼開始的,但我知道的是,是在美國特別流行的東西,現在也是,而且是英國、美國的人都喜歡的東西。

  • K.

    K.

  • And probably parts of Europe they caught on to the idea that when you catch on or somebody caught on to something, it usually means they've seen an idea, and they started doing it themselves also.

    可能歐洲的部分地區,他們抓住了這個想法,當你抓住了或者有人抓住了某件事情,這通常意味著他們已經看到了一個想法,他們也開始自己做。

  • So what is it that we do on Halloween?

    那麼我們在萬聖節做什麼呢?

  • Well, it's about everything scary and spooky, and it's all revolves really around dressing up.

    好吧,它是關於一切可怕的和幽靈, 它的所有旋轉真的圍繞著打扮。

  • And when I say dressing up, it can mean two different things in English.

    而當我說打扮的時候,在英語中可以有兩種不同的意思。

  • Sometimes you can dress up for an occasion.

    有時候,你可以在某個場合打扮一下。

  • You can dress up smart.

    你可以打扮得很聰明。

  • For example, if I was going to a very big event, I might dress up in a suit and look smart.

    比如說,如果我去參加一個非常大的活動,我可能會穿上西裝,看起來很聰明。

  • But you can also dress up in fancy dress.

    但你也可以穿得花枝招展。

  • A fancy dress is what we used as a term for dressing up in a costume.

    華服是我們用來裝扮服裝的術語。

  • So in Halloween, people dress up in scary costumes.

    所以在萬聖節,人們都會穿上恐怖的服裝。

  • They might dress up as zombies, skeletons, ghosts, anything that's kind of to do with horror movies or dead people.

    他們可能會打扮成殭屍,骷髏,鬼魂,任何與恐怖電影或死人有關的東西。

  • Anything to do with death.

    任何與死亡有關的事情。

  • Really, it sounds like quite a miserable holiday, but believe it or not, everyone is very, very happy on Halloween.

    真的,這聽起來是一個相當悲慘的節日,但不管你信不信,大家在萬聖節都是非常非常開心的。

  • For me as a child, it wasn't so good for me because I had a really big fear of clowns and any kind of makeup on faces, and for me it was very terrifying.

    對於小時候的我來說,這對我來說並不是很好,因為我對小丑和任何一種臉上的妝容都有很大的恐懼,對我來說這是非常可怕的。

  • I couldn't go to any costume parties because I was scared of all of my friends because they were all dressed up in costume and I didn't like that as a child.

    我不能參加任何化妝舞會,因為我害怕我所有的朋友,因為他們都穿上了服裝,我小時候不喜歡這樣。

  • But still, I loved Halloween.

    但我還是喜歡萬聖節。

  • I used to enjoy spending time with my family.

    我以前很喜歡和家人在一起。

  • We used to do.

    我們以前是這樣做的。

  • We used to carve pumpkins.

    我們曾經雕刻南瓜。

  • Now, this is something almost everybody does, especially if you've got kids.

    現在,這幾乎是每個人都會做的事情,尤其是如果你有孩子的話。

  • So you have a pumpkin, and what you do is you carve faces into it.

    所以,你有一個南瓜, 而你做的是你雕刻的臉。

  • Usually it will be kind of scary, sharp teeth, all kinds of faces.

    通常會是那種很恐怖的,尖牙利齒,各種面孔。

  • You cut into the pumpkin with a knife and you make these faces.

    你用刀子切開南瓜,然後做出這些表情。

  • You put a candle inside the pumpkin, and when you light the candle, it will make this face glow in the dark, and we put them in our windows, and we use them to show people that we are celebrating Halloween, just like when people put up.

    你在南瓜裡面放一根蠟燭,當你點燃蠟燭的時候,它會讓這張臉在黑暗中發光,我們把它們放在我們的窗戶上,我們用它們來告訴人們,我們在慶祝萬聖節,就像人們把。

  • For example, when people put up their Christmas decorations, they want to show that they're celebrating Christmas and that they're in happy spirits.

    例如,當人們擺放聖誕裝飾品時,他們希望表現出他們正在慶祝聖誕節,他們的精神是快樂的。

  • So Halloween isn't supposed to be something that's depressing or scary.

    所以萬聖節不應該是壓抑或恐怖的東西。

  • Even though it's almost a way of celebrating the dead, it's actually a very happy occasion.

    雖然這幾乎是一種慶賀死者的方式,但其實這是一個非常快樂的場合。

  • Now.

    現在就去

  • I'm a little bit too old to go to what we call costume parties where you dress up in a costume.

    我有點太老了,不能去參加我們所謂的化妝舞會,在那裡你穿上服裝。

  • I am more the sort of person now who on Halloween I will still celebrate the occasion.

    我現在更多的是那種在萬聖節我還會慶祝的人。

  • I might watch a scary film, Scary Movie.

    我可能會看一部恐怖片,恐怖電影。

  • Besides costume parties, there's also a really important part of Halloween, and this is something that is very, very famous.

    除了服裝派對,萬聖節還有一個非常重要的環節,這也是非常非常有名的事情。

  • It's very famous thing that people do, and it's called trick or treating.

    這是人們做的很有名的事情,這叫不給錢就搗亂。

  • You've probably heard this before, especially if you're interested in the English language.

    你可能已經聽說過這句話,特別是如果你對英語感興趣的話。

  • And trick or treating is when kids dress up, they dress up in the scary costumes and they'll go to people's houses.

    而不給糖就搗蛋是當孩子們打扮, 他們穿上可怕的服裝,他們會去人們的房子。

  • It seems like a strange idea, really strange idea.

    這似乎是一個奇怪的想法,真的很奇怪的想法。

  • But they go to people's houses, usually with their parents, who watch them and look after them while they're doing it and they'll knock on the door.

    但是他們去別人家,一般都是和父母一起去的,父母一邊看著他們,一邊照顧他們,他們會敲門。

  • And then when the people answer, they'll say, trick or treat.

    然後當人們回答的時候,他們會說,不給錢就搗亂。

  • It's an old fashioned staying, and what it means is, uh, it basically means give me some sweets or some chocolate or some some kind of treat.

    這是一個老式的停留,它的意思是,呃,它基本上意味著給我一些糖果或一些巧克力或一些某種治療。

  • It was an old tradition where if the person whose house you knocked on, if they didn't give you any sweets, any chocolate, any snacks, then people would throw toilet roll at the house, they would throw eggs at the house, and that was the thing.

    這是一個古老的傳統,如果你敲了誰家的門,如果他們沒有給你任何糖果,任何巧克力,任何零食,那麼人們就會向房子扔衛生卷,他們會向房子扔雞蛋,這就是事情。

  • That's something that used to happen.

    這是以前的事情。

  • But now the rules and laws have changed, and now you could get include some quite serious trouble in, uh, in some countries for doing this.

    但現在規則和法律已經改變了,現在你可能會得到包括一些相當嚴重的麻煩,呃,在一些國家這樣做。

  • So I don't recommend you take your kids out to to do this.

    所以我不建議你帶孩子出去做這個。

  • This is still something people do.

    這還是人做的事情。

  • They still go trick or treating, but the trick doesn't exactly happen anymore.

    他們還是會去不給糖就搗蛋,但搗蛋的事已經不完全發生了。

  • Most of us do give the kids sweets, chocolate or anything.

    我們大多數人都會給孩子吃糖果、巧克力什麼的。

  • Now I'm in Vietnam at the moment, so I'm not sure about how they celebrate it here.

    現在我現在在越南,所以我不知道他們這裡是怎麼慶祝的。

  • Whether they even do.

    是否他們甚至做。

  • I'm not sure I don't think they do, but if I was home at home in England right now, I would be probably having a lot of knocks on my door.

    我不確定我不認為他們會這樣做,但如果我現在在英國的家中,我可能會有很多敲門聲。

  • I would have a lot of kids coming up to my door and knocking on the door and they would be asking trick or treat.

    我會有很多孩子到我的門前敲門,他們會問trick or treat。

  • So usually I would have to stock up a stock up means to buy lots of things.

    所以平時我就得囤貨,囤貨就是買很多東西。

  • So I'm ready and I'm prepared.

    所以我已經準備好了,我已經做好了準備。

  • I'm stocked up and ready to give them some kind of treat anyway, so that's a quick lesson on Halloween.

    反正我已經備好了貨,準備給他們一些犒勞,所以這就是萬聖節的一個小教訓。

  • There's so much more I could talk about.

    我可以說的還有很多。

  • But I just wanted to give you a few useful pieces of vocabulary, and I also wanted to just give you an idea of what we do at Halloween.

    但我只想給你一些有用的詞彙 我還想讓你瞭解一下我們在萬聖節都做了些什麼。

  • It seems like a strange thing.

    這似乎是一件很奇怪的事情。

  • Some people don't understand Christmas.

    有些人不理解聖誕節。

  • Some people don't understand Halloween.

    有些人不瞭解萬聖節

  • There's all kinds of strange traditions in our countries.

    我們國家有各種奇怪的傳統。

  • In USA in America, in England, in Australia there's there's everyone has their own traditions, and it's good to learn about these, especially if you're learning the language of the country.

    在美國在美國,在英國在英國,在澳洲有有每個人都有自己的傳統,瞭解這些是很好的,特別是當你在學習這個國家的語言時。

  • So October 31st Monday, this Monday is Halloween.

    所以10月31日星期一,這個星期一是萬聖節。

  • Please let me know in the comments below whether you celebrate Halloween, whether in your country, this is a thing, does it happen?

    請在下面的評論中告訴我,你是否慶祝萬聖節,是否在你的國家,這是一個東西,它發生了嗎?

  • And will you be doing something on Monday to celebrate Halloween?

    那你週一會不會做一些事情來慶祝萬聖節呢?

  • Do you have a lot of kids that come and trick, trick or treat and knock on your door.

    你是不是有很多孩子來搗亂、搗亂、敲你的門。

  • Please share your comments below and tell everyone as well as me.

    請在下面分享你的意見,並告訴大家以及我。

  • Thank you very much for watching.

    非常感謝您的觀看。

  • Please don't forget to give me a thumbs up and subscribe.

    請別忘了給我豎起大拇指,訂閱。

  • If you enjoyed the video and I will see you in the next video and Mm hmm, yeah.

    如果你喜歡這個視頻,我會看到你在下一個視頻和嗯嗯,是的。

Hello, This is Elliot from E.

你好,這是Elliot,來自E.

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萬聖節英語課程 (Halloween English Lesson)

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    林宜悉 發佈於 2021 年 03 月 27 日
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