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  • In this American English pronunciation video, we're going to go over how to greet Americans.


  • As some of you know, last time I was here in LA, at the YouTube Space, I made a video


  • on introducing yourself to people. At the time, I didn't know anybody. Now, I'm back


  • again with all the same people. So they're all going to be in this video again saying


  • 'hey'.


  • First of all, let's listen to a bunch of different greetings.


  • Hey.


  • Hey, Anthony. What's up?


  • Hey, Rachel.


  • Whassup Rachel?


  • Hey Veronica. >> Hey.

    嘿,維羅妮卡。>> 嘿。

  • Morning, guys. >> Morning.

    早上好,夥計們。>> 早上好,夥計們。

  • Hi. >> Hey.

    嗨。>> 嘿。

  • Hey. >> Hey! >> Hello.

    嘿。 >> 嘿!>> 你好。

  • Greetings. >> Hey, what's going on?

    問候。>> 嘿,怎麼了?

  • Hey man. >> What up, doe?

    嘿,夥計。>> 怎麼了,無名氏?

  • You probably noticed a lot of people said 'hey'. This is definitely the most common


  • way to greet someone in America. It's pretty casual, and I use it all the time with my


  • friends. Hey, hey. Notice the shape of the voice. There's a little curve up, and then


  • a curve down in the voice. Hey, hey, hey. So basically, it's a stressed word. We start


  • with the H consonant sound and go into the AY as in SAY diphthong. Make sure you drop


  • your jaw enough for the first half of that diphthong. He-e, hey, hey.

    你的下巴夠用了,前半部分的雙音節。H -e, hey, hey.

  • >> Hey.

    >> 嘿。

  • >> Hey Veronica. >> Hey.

    >> 嘿,維羅妮卡。>> 嘿。

  • >> Hey Rachel.

    >> 嘿,瑞秋。

  • >> Hey. >> Hey.

    >> 嘿。>> 嘿。

  • We also heard 'hi' a few times. Again, it's stressed, so we have that shape of a stressed


  • syllable, hi. Hi. It begins with the H consonant sound, and we have the AI as in BUY diphthong.


  • Again, make sure you drop your jaw enough for the first half of that diphthong. Hi, hi.


  • >> Hi.

    >> 你好。

  • Look at that jaw drop we have on the AI as in BUY diphthong.


  • We also heard 'hello'. This is a two-syllable word with stress on the second syllable. da-DA,


  • hello. So, it's that second syllable with the up-down shape of the voice. The first


  • syllable will be pretty flat: he- he-, he-. It begins with the H consonant and has the

    音節會很平:he- he-,he-。它的開頭是H輔音,並具有

  • EH as in BED vowel. But this is very quick, he- he-, hello. The second syllable begins


  • with the L consonant, so the tongue will come up here, ll, ll, and touch the roof of the


  • mouth just behind the teeth. Hello. Then we have the OH as in NO diphthong. Drop your


  • jaw for the first half of the sound, and make sure you round your lips for the second half.


  • Hello. Hello.


  • >> Hello.

    >> 你好。

  • A little bit of lip rounding here for the second half of the OH diphthong.


  • You may have noticed, some of the guys added 'man'. Hey man.


  • >> Hey man.

    >> 嘿,夥計。

  • It's ok to say this only to a man. But you may have noticed that I used the term 'guys'

    這話只對男人說是可以的。但你可能注意到我用了 "男人 "這個詞。

  • for a bunch of girls. So, 'guys' is a little more gender neutral. Hey guys.

    為一群女孩。所以,"男人 "是一個更多的性別中性。嘿,夥計們。

  • >> Morning guys. >> Morning.

    >> 早晨的傢伙。>> 早晨。

  • Because I was filming in the morning, a lot of people said 'morning' as their greeting.


  • This is short for 'good morning'. Simply, 'morning'. Morning. Now, you could say 'afternoon'

    這是'早上好'的簡稱。簡單地說,就是'早'。早晨。 - 現在,你可以說 "下午"。現在,你可以說 "下午

  • or 'evening' during those times, but it's not nearly as common. Morning.


  • >> Morning guys. >> Morning.

    >> 早晨的傢伙。>> 早晨。

  • >> Hey, morning guys. >> Morning.

    >> 嘿,早上的傢伙。>> 早晨。

  • Most greetings involve one of these greeting words: hey, hi, morning, and so on, and often


  • a question. The appropriate way to respond is to answer the question, and to ask the


  • same question yourself.


  • For example: >> Hey, how are you? >> Good, how are you?

    例如:>> 嘿,你好嗎?>> 好,你好嗎?

  • Let's take a look at a few of these exchanges.


  • >> Staci, Kristina. Hey! >> Hey, Rach!

    >> Staci, Kristina.嘿! >> 嘿,瑞秋!

  • >> How are you guys? >> Oh, it's good to see you!

    >> 你們好嗎?>> 哦,很高興見到你!

  • >> Yeah, you too! How've you been? >> Good, good.

    >> 是啊,你也是!你最近怎麼樣?>> 很好,很好。

  • >> Hey Scooter. What's up? >> What up doe?

    >> 嘿,Scooter。怎麼了?>> 怎麼了?

  • >> Hey Max. What's up? >> Hey, how's it going?

    >> 嘿,麥克斯。怎麼了? ->> 嘿,你好嗎?>> 嘿,最近怎麼樣?

  • >> Good, how are you?

    >> 很好,你好嗎?

  • >> Hey Jenn, hey Frankie. >> Hey.

    >> 嘿,珍,嘿,弗蘭基。>> 嘿。

  • >> How are you guys doing today? >> Good. How are you?

    >> 你們今天過得怎麼樣?>> 很好,你呢?你們好嗎?

  • >> Not good. >> Good. You're not good?

    >> 不好。>> 很好。你不好?

  • >> Not good. I just broke my phone.

    >> 不好。我只是把我的手機弄壞了。

  • >> Hey, what's going on? >> Not much. How are you?

    >> 嘿,發生什麼事了?>> 沒什麼。你怎麼樣?

  • >> Just hanging out. I hear it's your birthday today.

    >> 只是出去玩玩。我聽說今天是你的生日。

  • >> It is, actually. >> Happy birthday, Rachel.

    >> 其實是這樣的。>> 生日快樂,瑞秋。

  • >> Thank you.

    >> 謝謝你。

  • >> How are you? >> Fabulous.

    >> 你好嗎?>> 好極了。

  • >> As always!

    >> 一如既往!

  • >> Hey Aaron. >> Hey, how are you doing?

    >> 嘿,亞倫。>> 嘿,你好嗎?

  • >> Good, how are you? >> Good.

    >> 很好,你好嗎?>> 很好。

  • How are you. We heard this two ways. Once with the word 'are' stressed. How are you?

    你們好我們聽到這句話有兩種情況。一種是強調 "是 "字。你怎麼樣?

  • >> How are you guys? [3x]

    >> 你們好嗎?[3x]

  • How are you? But most of the time, you'll hear it with that word reduced. How are you?


  • >> How are you? [6x]

    >> 你好嗎?[6x]

  • >> Great, how are you? [3x]

    >> 太好了,你好嗎?[3x]

  • How are you? So, in that case, make sure it's really short, er, er, er, how-er, how-er you.


  • How are you, da-DA-da. How are you, da-da-DA.

    你好嗎,DA -DA -DA。你好嗎,da -da -da。

  • The most common response to this phrase is 'good'. You might sometimes hear 'great'.

    對這句話最常見的反應是 "好"。你有時可能會聽到'好'。

  • One person even said:


  • >> How are you? >> Fabulous.

    >> 你好嗎?>> 好極了。

  • >> As always!

    >> 一如既往!

  • And unfortunately, one person said 'not good', because her phone had just broken.


  • >> You're not good? >> Not good. I just broke my phone.

    >> 你不好嗎?>> 不好。我只是把我的手機弄壞了。

  • Another question we heard was 'how's it going?' So we're contracting 'how is', how's, how's.


  • So just put a Z sound there at the end of 'how'. The next word begins with a vowel,

    所以只要在 "怎麼 "的結尾處加一個Z音就可以了。下一個詞是以元音開頭的。

  • so the Z should link those two words together. How's it, how's it, how's it going? Notice


  • the Stop T at the end of 'it'. We're not releasing it: how's it going. So, just hold the air

    在 "它 "的結尾處加上 "停 "字。我們不放:怎麼樣了。所以,只要按住空氣

  • for a second, and then release again. You can either end with the NG consonant, ng,


  • or with the N consonant, nn. Goin', goin'. It's a little more casual, but that's ok.


  • How's it going, how's it goin'.


  • >> How's it goin'? >> It's goin'.

    >> 怎麼樣了?>> 正在進行中。

  • >> Hey, how's it goin'?

    >> 嘿,怎麼樣了?

  • Da-da-DA-da. How's it going. Again, the answers here will be good, great, not bad, etc.


  • What's up? This is answered just like 'what's going on?' Usually 'nothing' or 'not much',


  • but you can say what you're doing in that moment. You can hear this as 'tsup', with


  • the TS reduction. We also heard it as 'whassup', where the T was dropped altogether. Whassup.


  • And we even heard one person say 'whadup'. So what was he doing here? He dropped the


  • S sound, so now the T came between two vowel sounds. So it was a Flap T, sounding like

    S音,所以現在T在兩個元音之間。所以這是一個Flap T,聽起來就像:

  • a D. Whadup.

    a D. Whadup。

  • >> What's up.

    >> 怎麼了?

  • >>Whassup, Rachel?


  • >> Hey, Brysi. What's up? >> Oh hey Rachel. What's up?

    >> 嘿,Brysi。怎麼了? ->> 哦,嘿,瑞秋。>> 哦,嘿,瑞秋。怎麼了?

  • >> Hey Scooter. What's up? >> Whadup doe?

    >> 嘿,Scooter。怎麼了? ->> Whadup doe?>> 什麼事?

  • I hope this was helpful. The next time you see someone you know, don't be afraid to go


  • up and start a conversation. A huge thanks to everybody who was in this video.


  • Staci and Kristina both have awesome how-to channels. Staci does knitting tutorials, and


  • Kristina, paper crafts. Aaron makes awesome skateboarding videos. Anthony does music reviews.


  • Don does children's music. Evan makes awesome drawing tutorials.


  • >> Whassup Rachel's English. How you all doing, people? This is Evan, from your channel Cartoon

    >> 瑞秋的英語怎麼樣?你們好嗎,大家?這是埃文,從你的頻道卡通。

  • Block. Showing kids how to do their thing, drawing and sketching and all that. Veronica


  • has great travel videos on California. Rose and Eman both have great makeup and style


  • channels. Fabulous. Qban Guy does sketch comedy. Sarah's crafting channel is awesome. Chris

    管道。妙不可言。Qban Guy做小品喜劇。薩拉的手工製作頻道很棒。克里斯

  • and Hilah work on HilahCooking, a great cooking channel. Billy does awesome children's music


  • with puppets. You met one of the puppets in one of my other videos. Brysi mixes rap with


  • video games on his channel. Jason does comedy sketches on his channel. Scooter has some


  • great 100 lists on his comedy channel. Max No Sleeves never wears sleeves in his comedy

    在他的喜劇頻道上有100個偉大的名單。Max No Sleeves在他的喜劇中從不穿袖子。

  • channel. MissJennFabulous has a nail channel, where she did teach me a different way to


  • paint my nails. And Pete is a video producer behind the scenes on several different YouTube


  • channels.


  • >> Yeah, what does that mean? What does 'doe' mean?

    >> 是啊,那是什麼意思?"無名氏 "是什麼意思?

  • >> 'Doe' is a...urban term, which can mean 'though'. However, you just add it for that

    >> '無名氏'是個......都市用語,可以是'雖然'的意思。不過,你只是為了這個而加上

  • emphasis onto the end of sentences. >> Pretty much anything?

    強調到句子的結尾。>> 幾乎什麼都有?

  • >> It's like an exclamation point, almost. >> Can you say it again?

    >> 這就像一個感嘆號,幾乎。>> 你能再說一遍嗎?

  • >> Whadup doe!

    >> Whadup doe!

  • That's it, and thanks so much for using Rachel's English.


In this American English pronunciation video, we're going to go over how to greet Americans.



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