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  • The newspapers say that, he's famous.

    報紙上說他很有名,

  • So now people treat you like you're famous, they say the weirdest things to you.

    現在人們也把你當名人看待,開始對你說奇怪的話。

  • Strangest thing people would say to me, "Trevor! Trevor!"

    人們對我說的最奇怪的話是:「Trevor!」

  • "Well-done on everything hey. Congrats! Congrats!"

    「幹得好。恭喜你!」

  • "But, even though you are going to America. Don't forget us, alright? Don't you forget us.”

    「但是,即使你要去美國,也別忘了我們。」

  • Like, "I don't even know who you are."

    我心想:「我根本不知道你是誰。」

  • People would say the weirdest things to me.

    他們都會跟我講那種超怪的話

  • You know the number one thing people have said to me?

    人們對我講最奇怪的事是什麼你們知道嗎?

  • Number one thing.

    最奇怪的。

  • It's not good luck. It's "Hey Trevor. Good luck over there, but whatever you do, don't forget your accent, alright?”

    不是祝我好運,是「嘿 Trevor,祝你在那邊一切順利,但不管做什麼,別忘記你的口音好嗎?」

  • "Yes, please. Don't pull a Charlize on us, okay?”

    「拜託,不要對我們像夏莉茲那樣,好嗎?」

  • "You keep your accent, make us proud."

    「不要忘了你的口音,讓我們驕傲。」

  • Everyone said that.

    大家都這樣說。

  • "Treva bro! Treva Noah!"

    「Treva 兄弟!Treva Noah!」

  • "Hey, mom's child. You are making us proud. You're doing big things, but can I ask you a favor?”

    「我們的孩子。你讓我們驕傲。你正在做大事,但我能向你請求個小忙嗎?」

  • "Don't lose your accent, okay? Don't lose your accent."

    「不要丟了你的口音,好嗎?別丟了你的口音。」

  • "Yes. When you come back from the States, you mustn't come back talking funny, okay?"

    「好的,當你從美國回來的時候,千萬不要回來說話怪怪的,好嗎?」

  • "Please, Brother. If you lose your accent, don't come back.”

    「拜託了,兄弟。如果你把口音丟掉了,就別回來了。」

  • "Did you just threaten me?"

    「你是威脅我嗎?」

  • What does that mean if you lose your accent?

    把口音丟掉是什麼意思?

  • How do you lose your accent?

    口音要怎麼弄丟?

  • People make it sound like you're going to be walking down the street, and then just out of the blue, you'll be like,

    他們說的好像是,你在街上走著走著,然後突然之間:

  • "My accent! I lost my accent!"

    「我的口音!我弄丟我的口音!」

  • "Where the hell is myOh!"

    「我的口音在哪⋯⋯在這!」

  • "Oh, Hello. No! That's not my accent!”

    「哈摟。不對!這不是我的口音!」

  • How are you going to lose your accent?

    口音要怎麼弄丟啦?

  • I was stressed now.

    我現在壓力很大。

  • 'Cause I don't want South Africans to think I am not South African.

    我不希望南非人覺得我不是南非人。

  • I don't want them to think I have forgotten something, this is my home.

    我不希望他們以為我忘記了什麼,這裡是我的家。

  • Now I am stressed coming home.

    現在我回家都壓力很大。

  • I am in the plane, flying back to Johannesburg, and the whole time I'm just thinking, "Don't lose your accent, Trevor, don't lose your accent. Don't lose your... "

    我坐在飛機上,飛回約翰內斯堡,一直在想著:「Trevor,不要失去你的口音,不要失去你的口音。別失去你的... 」

  • "Ac-accent, Accent, Ac-accent. Is that how I say accent? Accent, accent, excent, excent."

    「Ac-accent, Accent, Ac-accent. 口音是這樣說的嗎?Accent, accent, excent, excent。」

  • "Axe end, ecsent, accent, accent, ac-accent."

    「Axe end, ecsent, accent, accent, ac-accent。」

  • By the time I landed at O.R Tambo I was losing my mind.

    當我降落在奧立佛·坦博國際機場時,我已經快要瘋了。

  • I like walked into arrivals, the woman was there at customs.

    我走進到入境區域,有位女性在海關處說著:

  • "Welcome back to South Africa, sir."

    「歡迎回到南非,先生。」

  • I was like, "Yes, I'm back!"

    我當時心想:「沒錯,我回來了。」

  • "Same old Trevor! Nothing changed."

    「老樣子的 Trevor!一切都沒變!」

  • People are crazy.

    大家很誇張。

  • 'Cause I love accents. I really love, I love accents.

    因為我很愛口音。我真的很愛。

  • I like learning languages and so obviously accents or byproduct of that.

    我喜歡學習語言,所以顯然口音是其中的副產物。

  • I've learned over time that even if you can't learn a language, an accent is a great way to communicate with somebody in your own language whilst trying to bridge the gap.

    我隨著時間的推移學到,即使你無法學會一門語言,口音是在嘗試彌合差距時,用你自己的語言與別人交流的一個很好的方式。

  • You learn somebody's accent, you communicate more effectively.

    學會了別人的口音,你就能更有效地交流。

  • The thing is though, you have to learn the accents in the right way

    問題是,你必須用正確的方法學習口音。

  • If you are going to speak to someone in the accent and you do it in the wrong way, you might come across as racist

    如果你想用別人的口音跟他說話,而你卻用錯了方式,你可能會被認為是種族主義者。

  • You have to be very careful about this.

    你必須非常小心。

  • White people in South Africa often fall into this trap.

    南非的白人經常掉進這個陷阱。

  • It happens at petrol stations quite a bit.

    加油站經常發生這種事。

  • See, people driving in with their friends, talking normally sitting in the car.

    有人開著車帶著朋友來,坐在車裡正常地交談著。

  • "So, I mean. If we get all the numbers together... marketing should be behind this, it should be a breezer."

    「我的意思是,如果我們把所有的數據都彙總起來,市場營銷就應該支持這一點。」

  • "HR has stepped up and it's going to be... it's going to be a great year and look we try and make sure..."

    「人力資源部門已經加大了力度,這將會是……這將會是一個很棒的一年,我們試著確保……」

  • "Oh, sorry. Hold on."

    「抱歉,等等。」

  • "Hello, Baba!"

    「哈摟,Baba!」

  • "Hey, shap, shap man! Please fill up the tank, hey?"

    「嘿,快點!請把油箱加滿,好嗎?」(這是一種在南非等地使用的俚語,意思是「快點」或「加油」。)

  • "95, Unleaded. Yea!"

    「95 無鉛。沒錯!」

  • "Also check ama tires, Hey?"

    「還有檢查一下輪胎,好嗎?」

  • "Pressure. Pumpy, pumpy! Not too much, hey?"

    「氣壓。抽抽氣!別抽太多,好嗎?」(「Pumpy, pumpy」可能是表示「抽抽氣」的俚語。)

  • "Two point two, okay?"

    「2.2 就好,可以嗎?」

  • "Yea, good jobie. Shap, shap. Dankie boss."

    「是的,很棒。快點喔。謝謝老闆。」(「Dankie」是南非「謝謝」的俚語。)

  • Don't, don't do that.

    別這樣講話。

  • He is a grown man, he has been pumping petrol his entire life. He knows what you need.

    他是一個成年人,他這一輩子都在加油這個工作。他知道你需要什麼。

  • Just talk to him like a normal human being.

    像正常人一樣跟他說話。

  • That's the thing people don't understand.

    這就是人們不理解的地方。

  • Speak to him like a normal human being.

    像正常人一樣跟他說話。

  • I used to get so angry whenever I see white people changing their accent when they talk to black people. I get so angry.

    以前每當我看到白人在與黑人交談時改變口音,我都會感到很生氣。我會非常生氣。

  • I was like, "Are all white people racist? Is that what it is? Are all of them racist?"

    我會想:「所有白人都是種族主義嗎?是這樣嗎? 他們都是種族主義者嗎?」

  • And then I learned, I learned life taught me not to be so quick to judge.

    後來我明白了,生活教會我不要輕易下結論。

  • I learned a valuable lesson. I was driving to Gold Reef City one day.

    我學到了寶貴的一課。有一天,我開車去金礁城。

  • Into the backstage area, and the security guard came out to the boom, and he was like,

    到了後臺,保全走出來對我說:

  • "Hi, how are you? Is your name on the list?"

    「先生,你好嗎?你的名字在名單上嗎?」

  • I said, "Yes, how are you, Baba? My name is Trevor.

    我說:「是的。你好嗎? 我叫 Trevor。」

  • He's like, "Okay. Trebal, Trebal, Trebal."

    他說:「好喔,我找找 Trebal。」

  • I said, "No, no. Trevor."

    我說:「不是,是 Trevor。」

  • He's like, " Oh, sorry. Cheval, Cheval, Cheval, Cheval."

    他說:「哦,對不起,我找找 Cheval。」

  • I said, "No, Trevor."

    我說:「不是,是 Trevor。」

  • "Cheva."

    「Cheva」

  • "Trevor."

    「Trevor」

  • "Chelva"

    「Chelva」

  • "Trevor"

    「Trevor」

  • "Chelva."

    「Chelva」

  • "Trevor."

    「Trevor」

  • "Chelval."

    「Chelval」

  • "Trevor." "Chelva"

    「"Trevor」「Chelva」

  • "Trevor." "Cavel, Cav, Chavil, Chavel, Chalvin, Chavel"

    「Trevor」「Cavel, Cav, Chavil, Chavel, Chalvin, Chavel」

  • And now my friend who was just irritated, he just leaned over and his like,

    我的朋友被惹怒了,他靠在我身上,說:

  • "Hey, Papa. His Treva!"

    「嘿,Papa,他叫 Treva。」

  • He was like, "Oh, Treva! Why you don't talk properly?"

    他說:「原來,Treva!你幹嘛不說正確一點?」

  • And then I understood, I understood, I finally understood what white people have been trying to do.

    然後我就明白了,我終於明白了白人一直在努力做什麼。

  • I see you are trying to communicate more effectively, you are trying to engage somebody.

    我明白你正在努力更有效地交流,你正在嘗試與某人互動。

  • But understand this, understand this.

    但請明白這一點。

  • When speaking to someone in an accent, the number one rule to understand is an accent is not a measurement of intelligence.

    當與某人交談時,要了解的首要規則是,口音並不是智力的衡量標準。

  • An accent is just somebody speaking your language with the rules of theirs. That's all an accent is.

    口音只是某人按照他們的語言規則來說你的語言。這就是口音。

  • So don't speak down to them, don't patronize them, speak to them the way you would to yourself.

    因此,不要對他們說話時帶著優越感,不要對他們摆出高人一等的態度,要用你對自己說話的方式來與他們交談。

  • Just try and learn their accent, that's all it is.

    只需要嘗試學習他們的口音,就這樣而已。

  • It's just another accent.

    就只是另一種口音。

  • And I learn them. I spend all my time learning accents. I try.

    我會學習它們。我把所有時間都花在學習口音上。我盡力而為。

  • I try, I love it.

    我努力,我喜歡。

  • I learn in restaurants, that's a safe place to start.

    我會在餐廳裡學口音,那是很好的學習起點。

  • You learn, you read of the menu. You try to pronounce the words correctly.

    你學習,你閱讀菜單。你嘗試正確發音那些詞語。

  • I was inspired by French restaurants. Funny enough.

    這個靈感來自法國餐廳。很有趣。

  • Whenever I go to a French restaurant, I am always fascinated.

    每次我去法國餐廳,我都會感到非常著迷。

  • By the fact that people would order food in a French accent. I never understood why.

    因為人們會用法國口音點菜。我從來不明白為什麼。

  • Yeah, because they don't do it in any other restaurants, only in French restaurants.

    因為在其他餐廳都不會這麼做,只有法國餐廳。

  • People walk in and then change the accent when they order.

    人們進入法國餐廳,點菜時就會改變口音。

  • They come in talking normally. "You know it's wonderful, you really going to enjoy this."

    他們剛進去時時說話很正常,「你知道,這真是太棒了,你會非常享受的。」

  • "It's so beautiful, stunning. You have to have the desert. Oh, good evening, how are you, Sir?"

    「太美了,令人驚艷。你必須吃點甜點。噢,晚上好,先生,您好嗎?」

  • "Yes, I will have a bottle of water for the table, please.'

    「是的,請給我上一瓶水。」

  • "Let's start off with a, can we get the Sauvignon Blanc, please?"

    「我們首先來點,我們能要一瓶長相思嗎?」

  • "And we definitely for mains gonna have the Filet minion."

    「我們主菜肯定是要一份牛排(法式牛小排)。」

  • "And for dessert, we gonna go with the creme brule."

    「然後甜點要焦糖烤布蕾。」

  • "Thank you very much. Thank you. Oh, you gonna love it."

    「非常感謝。你會很喜歡這裡的。」

  • Like, why are you doing that? I never understood. I was like why?

    你為什麼要那樣做呢?我一直都不理解。我就是不明白,為什麼呢?

  • Because it's not like the French are going to return the favour.

    因為法國人不會回敬同樣的做法。

  • There's no French people sitting in our restaurants in South Africa looking at the menu like,

    在南非的餐廳裡沒有法國人坐在那裡看菜單,像這樣:

  • "So for the table, we can order some starter portion, we share something. No?"

    「所以我們這一桌可以點一些開胃菜,大家一起分享,對吧?」

  • "Could we please have one serving of the boerewors?"

    「可以來一份布南非香腸嗎?」

  • That's not gonna happen.

    他們才不會這樣說話。

The newspapers say that, he's famous.

報紙上說他很有名,

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