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  • Hi, welcome to England.com.

    你好,歡迎來到英格蘭網。

  • I'm Adam today, I want to talk to you about speaking speaking in English and how you can become better speakers.

    我是亞當,今天我想和你談談英語口語,以及你如何能成為更好的發言者。

  • These are very general tips, but I'll start by saying that I have been teaching English for almost 20 years.

    這些都是非常普遍的提示,但我首先要說的是,我已經教了近20年的英語。

  • I have taught in four different countries.

    我曾在四個不同的國家任教。

  • I have taught students of dozens of nationalities, so I've seen all kinds of things and I discovered all kinds of reasons why people don't speak well or don't speak at all.

    我教過幾十個國家的學生,所以我見過各種各樣的事情,我發現了人們不善於說話或根本不說話的各種原因。

  • Okay, now the number one cause of not speaking is fear.

    好了,現在不說話的頭號原因是恐懼。

  • So one of the things we're gonna have to work on first is getting rid of your fear of speaking.

    是以,我們首先要做的一件事是擺脫你對說話的恐懼。

  • So I'm going to give you a few general tips on what you can do to become better english speakers and keep in mind, this applies to any language you're going to learn if you're learning how to speak spanish, this will help you become better spanish speakers.

    是以,我將給你一些一般的提示,你可以做什麼來成為更好的英語發言者,請記住,這適用於你要學習的任何語言,如果你正在學習如何說西班牙語,這將幫助你成為更好的西班牙語發言者。

  • If you're learning how to speak Russian, this will make it better Russian speakers.

    如果你正在學習如何說俄語,這將使其成為更好的俄語使用者。

  • Okay, so that's a few things to keep in mind based on my interaction with students.

    好了,這就是根據我與學生的互動,需要牢記的幾件事。

  • Now I've put number one out, left it blank for now because I just want to give you guys a chance to think what is tip number one.

    現在我把第一條放出來,暫時留白,因為我只是想給你們一個機會來思考什麼是第一條建議。

  • If you've watched my videos before, you probably already know what I'm going to say, but you know, say it for yourself, say it out loud anyway, it's good to say out loud.

    如果你以前看過我的視頻,你可能已經知道我要說什麼了,但是你知道,自己說出來,無論如何要大聲說出來,大聲說出來很好。

  • Okay, tip number one, if you want to become a better english speaker or better english writer, reader etcetera, relax, learn how to relax when it comes to using a different language.

    好吧,第一條建議,如果你想成為一個更好的英語演講者或更好的英語作家、讀者等,放鬆,學習如何在使用不同語言時放鬆。

  • Okay, when you are relaxed, your brain functions more efficiently, your ideas come together more easily.

    好吧,當你放鬆的時候,你的大腦功能更有效,你的想法更容易產生。

  • Everything it works when you're in a panic, nothing really really registers because everything your brain is, again, it's in self defense mode.

    當你處於恐慌中時,它的一切工作都沒有真正地被記錄下來,因為你的大腦的一切,再次,它處於自我防禦模式。

  • When you're in a panic, your brain thinks there's something wrong and it's sending all kinds of ideas into your head to try to fix whatever the perceived problem is right.

    當你處於恐慌之中時,你的大腦認為有什麼問題,它將各種想法送入你的大腦,試圖解決任何感知到的問題的權利。

  • If you're relaxed, you're putting all your ideas together.

    如果你很放鬆,你就會把你所有的想法放在一起。

  • Your thing comes out more naturally.

    你的東西更自然地出來了。

  • Next part of being relaxed, means to be confident, be confident in yourself.

    放鬆的下一部分,意味著要有信心,對自己有信心。

  • Now I know that a lot of people and I've experienced this with tons and tons of students, a lot of people think that somebody who's not speaking well might be an idiot, that's not the case.

    現在我知道很多人,而且我和成噸成噸的學生有過這樣的經歷,很多人認為,一個人如果說得不好,可能是個傻瓜,事實並非如此。

  • A lack of language does not equal a lack of intelligence.

    缺乏語言並不等於缺乏智慧。

  • Okay now if I go to china and I try to speak chinese to people, I'm going to sound like an idiot.

    好了,現在如果我去中國,我試圖和人們說中文,我聽起來會像個白痴。

  • Does that mean I'm an idiot?

    這是否意味著我是一個白痴?

  • No, it means I don't know chinese, I can learn chinese, I can practice chinese and eventually I will be a good chinese speaker, but at the beginning I'm going to sound like an idiot.

    不,這意味著我不懂中文,我可以學習中文,我可以練習中文,最終我將成為一個好的中文使用者,但在開始時我聽起來像個白痴。

  • Okay, so that's the one thing along with being confident, there's one thing I want everybody to understand and I know you know this, but I will say it to you anyway.

    好了,這就是與自信相伴的一件事,有一件事我想讓大家明白,我知道你們知道這一點,但我還是要對你們說。

  • There's only one person on this planet who is qualified to judge you.

    這個星球上只有一個人有資格評判你。

  • Of course employers can judge your qualifications for a job.

    當然,僱主可以判斷你的工作資格。

  • Uh Sports coach can judge your qualifications or your skills to be on a sports team etcetera.

    呃 體育教練可以判斷你的資格或你在運動隊的技能等等。

  • Only one person in the world can judge you as a person and that one person is you.

    世界上只有一個人可以評判你這個人,這個人就是你。

  • So it doesn't matter what other people think about you, it doesn't matter what other people think about the way you're speaking, you know who you are, you know what you are, you know where you are in your learning process.

    所以別人怎麼看你並不重要,別人怎麼看你說話的方式也不重要,你知道你是誰,你知道你是什麼,你知道你在學習過程中的位置。

  • So don't worry about what other people think.

    所以不要擔心其他人的看法。

  • Now another thing when you go and again, this is a part of people's human nature, but if you go to another country and you will meet some people, some locals, some of them will be patient, some of them will not, some of them will look at you like struggling with the language and not want to talk to you.

    現在,當你去的時候,還有一件事,同樣,這是人們人性的一部分,但如果你去另一個國家,你會遇到一些人,一些當地人,他們中有些人會有耐心,有些人不會,有些人會看你像在語言上掙扎,不想和你說話。

  • Some of them will try to help you.

    他們中的一些人會試圖幫助你。

  • Okay, don't worry about what people think.

    好吧,不要擔心人們的想法。

  • If somebody is not nice to you, go to the next person and try again.

    如果有人對你不好,就去找下一個人,再試一次。

  • But again, the very important know your audience know who you're talking to now, if you're gonna try to basically put together a good sentence, if you're gonna try to improve your english, there are people you're going to try hard to have a good sentence with and there are people you're just going to try to get an idea across.

    但同樣,非常重要的是知道你的聽眾,知道你現在在和誰說話,如果你要嘗試基本上把一個好的句子放在一起,如果你要嘗試改善你的英語,有的人你要努力和他們有一個好的句子,有的人你只是要嘗試把一個想法傳達出去。

  • Okay, let me give you an example.

    好吧,讓我給你舉個例子。

  • If you're getting on a bus, you go to new york city, your english is still a little bit high beginner, Low intermediate, you're getting on a bus in New york city.

    如果你上了公車,你去了紐約,你的英語還有點初級,低級,你在紐約上了公車。

  • Don't try to tell the bus driver a perfect sentence, don't try to make your question perfect.

    不要試圖告訴公共汽車司機一個完美的句子,不要試圖使你的問題完美。

  • Just get the idea across.

    只要把想法表達出來就可以了。

  • Let me give you an anecdote.

    讓我給你講一個軼事。

  • Okay, A little story from my experience, I lived in Tokyo for for a bunch of years and at the beginning, I'm a very adventurous, sorry, I'm a very adventurous guy.

    好吧,從我的經驗出發,我在東京住了很多年,一開始,我是一個非常喜歡冒險的人,對不起,我是一個非常喜歡冒險的人。

  • I like to travel around, you know, I like to go get lost in the city and find my way back, so I would go get lost.

    我喜歡到處旅行,你知道,我喜歡去城市裡迷路,然後找到回來的路,所以我會去迷路。

  • I had very few words then in japanese and I got lost in this one little town in you know like one of the little suburb of Tokyo and I was getting a little bit tired and I wanted to go home so I didn't know where the train station was, I didn't know which way to go.

    當時我的日語很少,我在東京的一個小鎮上迷路了,你知道,就像東京的一個小郊區,我有點累了,我想回家,所以我不知道火車站在哪裡,我不知道該往哪走。

  • There's no such thing as northeast southwest, it's just everything is a big sprawl.

    西南地區沒有所謂的東北部,只是一切都在大範圍內蔓延。

  • So I went looking for a japanese person, you know one who wouldn't run away from me because they didn't want to practice their english.

    所以我去找一個日本人,你知道,一個不會因為不想練習英語而逃避我的人。

  • I found a Japanese person who would stop and listen to me and I would say assuming my son then sadako, that's all I would say excuse me, train where and of course this person would point out the way or even walk me to the train station, I get on the train and I go home, I take a nap, I'm happy, right?

    我找到了一個日本人,他願意停下來聽我說,我說假設我的兒子,那麼薩達科,這就是我要說的,對不起,火車在哪裡,當然這個人會給我指路,甚至送我到火車站,我上了火車,我回家了,我打了個盹,我很高興,對嗎?

  • But if I were so worried about getting a full sentence, like saying the full sentence perfectly, excuse me, can you tell me how I can get to the train station?

    但是,如果我如此擔心得到一個完整的句子,比如說完美地說出完整的句子,對不起,你能告訴我怎麼能去火車站嗎?

  • I would still be lost in that little suburb today.

    今天,我仍然會在那個小郊區迷失方向。

  • I went I got my message across, I got home, so I'm actually gonna jump around with all these tips, build vocab first, vocabulary is the most important thing you can do in terms of learning english.

    我去了,我得到了我的資訊,我回到了家,所以我實際上要跳出所有這些提示,首先建立詞彙,詞彙是你在學習英語方面可以做的最重要的事情。

  • A lot of people worry so much about the grammar that they can't put together a sentence and they get panicked and they get nervous, so let me actually stick onto the vocab a little bit.

    很多人非常擔心文法問題,以至於他們無法拼湊出一個句子,他們會感到驚慌和緊張,所以讓我實際堅持一下詞彙。

  • I want to give you an analogy, okay, like I'm going to compare learning english to doing something else, let's say you want to build a model house and you have you know those lot of the popsicle sticks, little sticks, you have some glue and you're gonna glue all your sticks together and you're gonna build yourself a house.

    我想給你打個比方,好吧,就像我要把學習英語比作做其他事情一樣,比方說你想建造一個模型屋,你有你知道的那些很多冰棒棍子,小棍子,你有一些膠水,你要把所有的棍子粘在一起,你要給自己建造一個房子。

  • Okay I want you to think of the sticks, the little wooden sticks, okay there you kinda you know you have all these sticks, you can, the doctor has them and your popsicles haven't you have all these things, the sticks are vocabulary, The glue is grammar now imagine trying to build a house and all you have is glue and you're putting glue everywhere and all you have is like a sticky fingers of sticky hands and a big mess.

    好吧,我想讓你想想小木棍,小木棍,好吧,你有點你知道你有所有這些小木棍,你可以,醫生有,你的冰棒沒有,你有所有這些東西,小木棍是詞彙,膠水是文法,現在想象一下,試圖建造一個房子,你只有膠水,你把膠水到處都是,所有你有像一個粘稠的手指粘手,一個大混亂。

  • If all you have is vocabulary and no grammar you can build, you can still build somewhat something that looks like a house.

    如果你只有詞彙,沒有文法,你可以建造,你還是可以多少建造一些看起來像房子的東西。

  • Grammar gets you, nothing vocabulary gets you something of course you want to have both together at the end, so you can have good english.

    文法可以讓你得到什麼,而詞彙卻不能讓你得到什麼,當然,你想在最後將兩者結合起來,這樣你就可以擁有好的英語。

  • So don't worry about just having vocabulary.

    所以不要擔心只是擁有詞彙。

  • Throw out your few words.

    拋出你的幾個字。

  • Use your hands, use your face, use things around you get your message across but be confident and know who you're talking to if the person doesn't seem to be patient.

    用你的手,用你的臉,用你周圍的東西來傳達你的資訊,但要有信心,如果對方看起來沒有耐心,要知道你在和誰說話。

  • Okay.

    好的。

  • Thank you very much.

    非常感謝你。

  • Go to somebody else, go to somebody sitting in a park, enjoying the sunshine.

    去找別人,去找坐在公園裡,享受陽光的人。

  • Hi, would you like to talk?

    嗨,你想談談嗎?

  • Yeah sure.

    是的,當然。

  • Let's have a conversation.

    我們來談一談。

  • Bus driver in new york.

    紐約的巴士司機。

  • Don't think about it.

    不要去想它。

  • Don't assume anything.

    不要假設任何事情。

  • Now.

    現在。

  • What does it mean to assume to assume means to think something is true without having the facts.

    假設是什麼意思假設是指在沒有掌握事實的情況下認為某些事情是真的。

  • So don't assume that everybody's nice.

    所以不要認為每個人都是好人。

  • Some people are not nice and that's okay.

    有些人不是很好,這沒關係。

  • Walk away from the not nice people.

    遠離那些不好的人。

  • Find yourself a nice person.

    給自己找一個好的人。

  • Don't assume that everybody is going to try to help you.

    不要以為每個人都會試圖幫助你。

  • Don't assume that everybody is judging.

    不要以為每個人都在評判。

  • You don't assume all kinds of things.

    你不要假設各種事情。

  • Don't make assumptions about people.

    不要對人作出假設。

  • The only thing you need to understand is that you know who you are.

    你唯一需要明白的是,你知道自己是誰。

  • You know what you need keep going until you find somebody who will help you.

    你知道你需要什麼,繼續前進,直到你找到能幫助你的人。

  • Okay?

    好嗎?

  • Now the worst thing you can do and I don't do this, I'm just saying to you now, don't go up to a stranger and say can I practice speaking my english with you?

    現在你可以做的最糟糕的事情是,我不這樣做,我現在只是對你說,不要走到一個陌生人面前,說我可以和你練習說英語嗎?

  • That's not going to work.

    這是不可能的。

  • That person gets nothing out of the deal.

    這個人在交易中沒有得到任何好處。

  • If you go to somebody, hi, I'm from wherever country I'm from.

    如果你去找某人,嗨,我來自哪個國家,我就來自哪個國家。

  • Uh you know, can you tell me where something is?

    呃,你知道,你能告訴我東西在哪裡嗎?

  • It doesn't matter what you say, Start a conversation.

    你說什麼並不重要,開始對話吧。

  • If that person is interested, he or she will continue the conversation.

    如果這個人感興趣,他或她會繼續談話。

  • But if you go to somebody, can I practice my english with you?

    但如果你去找人,我可以和你一起練習英語嗎?

  • Well no, I gotta go back.

    嗯,不,我得回去了。

  • Okay don't do that.

    好吧,不要這樣做。

  • It doesn't work again.

    它又不起作用了。

  • Don't try to be perfect.

    不要試圖做到完美。

  • If you were perfect you won't be an english learner, you'd be an english speaker.

    如果你是完美的,你就不會是一個英語學習者,你會是一個英語發言者。

  • Remember you're an english learner, you're building up to a certain level.

    記住你是一個英語學習者,你正在積累到一定的水準。

  • Now another thing to keep in mind do you think that my english that when I speak english with people, I speak perfect english, I don't nobody does.

    現在要記住的另一件事是,你認為我的英語,當我和別人說英語時,我說的是完美的英語,我不認為沒有人這樣做。

  • There is no such thing as perfection.

    世上沒有完美的東西。

  • I make mistakes.

    我犯了錯誤。

  • Other native speakers make mistakes right?

    其他母語者也會犯錯,對嗎?

  • Perfect is just not necessary.

    完美只是沒有必要。

  • So when you try to create a perfect sentence, all you're doing is thinking too much and not speaking enough just speak, just get whatever ideas.

    是以,當你試圖創造一個完美的句子時,你所做的就是想得太多而說得不夠,只是說,只是得到任何想法。

  • The most important thing is to be understood not to be perfect.

    最重要的是要被理解為不完美。

  • Which means that mistakes are good things.

    這意味著錯誤是好事情。

  • If you're not trying to be perfect you're going to make mistakes, mistakes will teach you more english then perfection.

    如果你不試圖做到完美,你就會犯錯誤,錯誤會讓你學到更多的英語,而不是完美。

  • If you're perfect you have nothing to learn.

    如果你是完美的,你就沒有什麼可學的。

  • If you make mistakes you have something not to repeat.

    如果你犯了錯誤,你就有東西不重複。

  • Okay and something to figure out how not to repeat it.

    好了,還有一些事情要想辦法不要再重複。

  • Perfection.

    完善。

  • Perfection doesn't exist.

    完美並不存在。

  • Doesn't help you mistakes.

    對你的錯誤沒有幫助。

  • They're good for you.

    它們對你有好處。

  • That's how you grow.

    這就是你成長的方式。

  • Okay.

    好的。

  • And of course the most important thing practice now.

    當然,現在最重要的事情是練習。

  • How do you practice speaking when there's no when there are no native speakers around you.

    當你周圍沒有母語人士時,你如何練習口語。

  • First of all find a recording or find a tv show or movie or something like ted dot com et cetera where you can listen to talks given by native speakers.

    首先,找到一個錄音,或找到一個電視節目或電影,或像ted dot com等的東西,在那裡你可以聽母語人士的談話。

  • Find transcripts.

    查找成績單。

  • Yeah script see perfect nobody's perfect.

    是的,腳本看到了完美,沒有人是完美的。

  • Find transcripts for these talks and then just follow them and then record yourself speaking.

    找到這些會談的記錄,然後就跟著他們,然後錄下自己的講話。

  • Then compare your speech to the one you heard.

    然後將你的演講與你聽到的演講進行比較。

  • See where the intonation is, where the pace changes pronunciation, all kinds of things.

    看看哪裡是語調,哪裡是節奏變化的發音,各種各樣的東西。

  • Record yourself again and again and again until you get as close as possible to the native speakers speech.

    一次又一次地錄製自己的聲音,直到你儘可能地接近母語者的講話。

  • Also record yourself and find out your grammar mistakes.

    同時記錄自己,找出自己的語法錯誤。

  • If you find an interview like a news interview or online interview or a tv interview, try to take one side of that interview.

    如果你找到一個採訪,如新聞採訪或在線採訪或電視採訪,嘗試採取該採訪的一個側面。

  • So you are the interviewer, ask the person the questions and sort of pretend you're having a conversation with this person.

    是以,你是面試官,向對方提出問題,並假裝你正在與這個人進行對話。

  • Then switch you.

    那就換你吧。

  • That's the interviewer you are the interviewee, answer the questions and then answer with your own answers if possible.

    那是面試官,你是被面試者,回答問題,然後儘可能用自己的答案回答。

  • But basically just play play play speak, speak to the mirror, stand in front of the mirror and have a conversation with yourself.

    但基本上只是玩玩說話,對著鏡子說話,站在鏡子前,和自己對話。

  • You know it's not very comfortable and it's not very interesting but it's practice and as much as possible engage other people.

    你知道這不是很舒服,也不是很有趣,但這是在練習,並儘可能地與其他人接觸。

  • Find native speakers speak to them, find non native speakers speak to them, create a group of your classmates or your friends or your local people.

    找到講母語的人與他們交談,找到講非母語的人與他們交談,建立一個由你的同學或朋友或當地人組成的小組。

  • Just don't speak.

    只是不要說話。

  • Now the thing I find very common in language schools, you'll have all the Brazilian students, you have all the korean students and you'll have all the whatever students and they're all staying in the little groups and they're speaking their languages.

    現在我發現在語言學校裡非常普遍的事情是,你會有所有的巴西學生,你有所有的韓國學生,你會有所有的什麼學生,他們都呆在小團體裡,他們在說他們的語言。

  • That doesn't help.

    這並沒有什麼幫助。

  • Do not speak your language when you don't have to, when you go home, speak at all you want in school, outside, speak the other language and tying all of this together.

    在沒有必要的時候不要說你的語言,當你回家的時候,在學校裡想說就說,在外面,說另一種語言,把這些都聯繫起來。

  • Be adventurous life is an adventure.

    要有冒險精神,生活就是一場冒險。

  • If you're trying to make everything perfect all the time, there's no fun.

    如果你一直試圖使一切都完美,那就沒有樂趣了。

  • Once in a while, you have to fall flat on your face, right?

    偶爾也要摔個狗吃屎,對嗎?

  • So that way you can pick yourself, just pick yourself up, dust yourself off, grow becomes somebody new, becomes something.

    是以,這樣你就可以拾起你自己,只是拾起你自己,撣掉你自己,成長為新的人,成為某種東西。

  • You go to different places.

    你去了不同的地方。

  • If you're going to be afraid of speaking in english, you should probably just stay home right?

    如果你要害怕用英語發言,你也許應該呆在家裡,對嗎?

  • You don't want to stay home.

    你不想呆在家裡。

  • There's a reason you're learning english.

    你學習英語是有原因的。

  • You want to watch movies and understand them.

    你想看電影並理解它們。

  • You want to meet new people, you want to go new places, you want to get an education, a job, whatever you're going to have to speak, be adventurous, be confident, relax.

    你想認識新的人,你想去新的地方,你想獲得教育、工作,不管你要講什麼,要有冒險精神,要有信心,要放鬆。

  • Okay, those are my two cents worth of uh tips on how to speak better.

    好了,這就是我關於如何更好地說話的兩分錢的提示。

  • I hope that helps you a little bit.

    我希望這對你有一點幫助。

  • If you do have any questions, please go to England dot com in the forum there, you can ask me questions about this or anything about english speaking.

    如果你確實有任何問題,請到England dot com的論壇上,你可以向我提出有關這個問題或任何有關英語口語的問題。

  • There's also sort of a quiz.

    也有一種測驗。

  • It's not really equipped, it's more of like a review that you can take their, make sure you understand the points I've made here.

    這不是真正的裝備,它更像是一個評論,你可以把他們的,確保你理解我在這裡提出的觀點。

  • I hope you like this video.

    我希望你喜歡這個視頻。

  • If you did, please subscribe to my Youtube channel and come back for more tips on how to speak.

    如果你做到了,請訂閱我的Youtube頻道,並回來獲取更多關於如何說話的提示。

  • Better.

    更好。

  • Listen better.

    聽得更清楚。

  • Be better with english in english With four English.

    在英語中更好地使用英語 有四個英語。

  • Okay, so using right.

    好吧,那麼使用權。

Hi, welcome to England.com.

你好,歡迎來到英格蘭網。

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