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  • Hey, there, what's up? How's it going?

    大家好,過得還好嗎?

  • I have a quick English tip for you that will help you to make your telephone conversations, or Skype conversations, whatever you use, to call people up these days.

    我有一個英文小撇步,能幫助你在這段日子裡,使用電話、Skype 或其他工具聯絡時,更加順利。

  • It will make them even better.

    讓你的通話更上層樓。

  • One big mistake to avoidso, if you want to know, keep watching.

    一個需要避免的大錯誤。想知道就繼續觀看下去吧!

  • Now, I had an experience where I was talking on Skype with a friend of mine.

    有次我跟一個朋友用 Skype 聊天。

  • Actually, now she's a friend, but I guess you could say when I called her, it was the first time that we spoke, so I didn't really know her at all.

    事實上,雖然我們現在是朋友,但當我打給她時,我們是第一次聊天,所以我可以說是完全不瞭解她。

  • And, um, when we were talking on Skype, I experienced this weird feeling, because every time that I said something, she was kind of silent.

    我們用 Skype 聊天時,我有個奇怪的感覺。因為每次我說話時,她都有點沈默。

  • Like, actually, she was silent; she didn't say anything,

    她是真的很安靜,什麼都沒說。

  • So I had to, again, you know, maybe, say something more or ask a question to see if she would respond.

    所以我必須再說更多或問更多問題,來看她會不會回覆。

  • But her silence made me realize that, oh, in, in American English telephone conversations, we're always making some noise or small comments to show that we're listening, that we're interested, and that, you know, we're really engaged in the conversation.

    但她的沈默讓我明白,在美式英語的電話對談中,我們總是會發出聲音或簡答,來表示我們有在聆聽或有興趣,並且有在參與對話。

  • So, without even using any new words, it's important to use these phrases like, "uh-huh", "yes", "I see", "Ok".

    所以就算沒有說出新的詞彙,適時使用像是「嗯哼」、「對」、「我知道」、「好啊」等口語,也是很重要的。

  • These kind of phrases make a huge difference, and they'll make your, uh, partner or the person you're speaking with feel like you're really interested and part of the conversation.

    善用這些口語將大幅改善對話,讓你的夥伴或跟談話對象感受到你有在參與對話,並且對話題感興趣。

  • Now, I am not sure about this silence, uh, in other cultures or other languages, but I think in American English, we don't like silence.

    我不確定其他文化或語言對沈默的感受,但在美式英語中,我們不喜歡沈默。

  • So, try to be aware and to observe how your, uh, conversation partners are feeling that silence or if they're not feeling that silence.

    所以,試著去觀察你的對話對象對沈默有沒有反應。

  • It's all about observing and learning from your surroundings, and that's the natural way.

    一切都關乎觀察環境和向周遭學習,這是最自然的方法。

  • So, if you'd like to learn more about how to learn English the Go Natural English way, come back to gonaturalenglish.com where you can find out about the premium course, and I'd like to give you a free eBook just for visiting.

    想要知道更多關於英語自然學習的方式,搜尋 gonaturalenglish.com,瀏覽優質課程,來訪即贈免費電子書一本。

  • Thanks so much for watching, and I hope to see you soon.

    謝謝觀看,希望很快再見。

  • Bye for now!

    掰掰!

Hey, there, what's up? How's it going?

大家好,過得還好嗎?

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