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  • Hello there. My name's Ronnie.

    哈囉,我是Ronnie

  • I had a lot of people have asked me

    有很多人問我說說

  • said "Ronnie, how can I improve my listening?"

    「Ronnie,我要怎麼做才可以讓我的聽力進步呢?」

  • Uhm, I've gotten a couple of suggestions for you.

    嗯~我可以給你幾個建議

  • So, I'm going to teach you some tips on how to improve your listening skills.

    我要來教你一些增進英文聽力的技巧

  • Probably the way that you have learned listening is...

    或許你曾經用過某些學習聽力的方式是

  • maybe you have a textbook or... a CD.

    用教科書或是 CD

  • The problem with a textbook/CD is the language is not natural.

    用教科書或CD的問題在於,這樣學出來的語言非常不自然

  • Oh see... it's so unnatural we get beeped!

    你看,講話的時候被「逼」聲蓋過是很不自然的

  • They have conversations like:

    它們(教科書、CD)有些句子像是:

  • "Hello, nice to meet you. My name is Ronnie. What is your name?"

    「哈囉,很高興認識你。我是Ronnie。你的名字是?」

  • "My name is Cynthia."

    「我的名字是Cynthia」

  • "Nice to meet you, Cynthia."

    「很高興認識你,Cynthia」

  • "This is a pen."

    「這是一支筆」

  • So, textbook English is not very natural

    所以,教科書裡的英文並不是那麼的自然

  • and they doesn't really teach you conversation or words or phrases that we would say normally day to day when we speak English,

    它們也並非真的有教你我們平常真的會說到的句子、單字或是片語

  • So, to more natural things, the very first thing is: watching movies.

    因此,為了更加自然,第一就是:看電影

  • The really good thing about movies is: maybe you like movies and they're fun!

    電影很棒的是:或許你很喜歡電影,而且它可以為你帶來樂趣!

  • So, don't ever be afraid to watch a movie and tell people that you're studying in english

    因此,不要怕跟別人講說你在邊看電影邊學英文

  • That's what I do!

    我就是這麼做的!

  • My suggestion to you is when you watch a movie, don't go to a theater,

    我對你的建議是,不要去電影院看電影

  • because they would not have what we called "subtitles".

    因為它們不會有字幕,

  • subtitles are "Hi".

    像是「嗨」之類的字幕

  • Umm... sub means under, and titles means like words.

    嗯..."sub" 代表在下面,而 "titles" 表示字

  • T-I-T-L-E, oh you can spell things

    T-I-T-L-E,喔,你會拼字呢

  • Umm.. subtitles are words under the picture or over the picture,

    字幕是在影像下方或是覆蓋在影像上的字

  • that tell you what the actors or actresses are saying.

    來告訴你演員們在說些什麼

  • It would be very very difficult for you... to watch a movie with English subtitles

    搭配英文字幕來看電影,對你來說會非常非常的困難

  • So my very first suggestion is when you watching a movie is to watch with your language subtitles

    所以,我的第一個建議是,一開始先用自己母語的字幕搭配著看電影

  • So the very first time, you're gonna use your native language

    看第一次時你可以搭配你的母語

  • first time your native language subtitles

    第一次是用你的母語字幕

  • then when you understand the movie and you know what's happened,

    而當你知道電影在說些什麼後

  • you can change it to English subtitles,

    你可以將字幕改成英文字幕

  • so then you're actually seeing what the people are saying

    這次你就是真的在看電影中的人們在說些什麼了

  • so you're studying how they form the words, pronunciation, and you're actually learning vocabulary, too

    你就能學習到他們如何造句、發音,同時你也可以學到很多單字

  • and slang, a lot of slang!

    還有俗諺,很多俗諺哦!

  • The only bad thing about movies is that they're very long

    唯一的缺點就是一部電影都很長

  • and some of there are boring.

    而且有些還很無聊

  • Movies are about an hour to hour and a half

    一部電影通常都一個到一個半小時的長度

  • A better thing to do when you first starting out learning English or listening is to watch TV.

    所以學習英文和聽力比較容易下手的入門款是看電視

  • TV programs are usually 20 minutes

    電視節目通常都是20分鐘

  • and you can find them from all over the world.

    而且你在全球各地都可以找得到資源

  • so, if you want to listen to british english or american english

    所以,如果你想要聽英式英文或是美式英文

  • you can choose TV shows from Britain or TV shows from America

    你可以選擇英國的電視節目或是美國的電視節目

  • We even have Canadian TV shows.

    我們甚至有加拿大的電視節目哦

  • so... TV shows I think are better than movies because they're shorter

    所以,我覺得看電視節目比看電影好一點,因為它們比較短

  • the more time you stay in front of the television or the movie screen and have to translate stuffs

    你花越多時間在電視或是電影螢幕前嘗試翻譯

  • your brain's gonna get tired, and you're gonna give up, it's gonna be just too much like homework.

    你會用腦過度,然後你就會放棄了,會變的太像在寫作業的感覺

  • so, 20 minutes watching a TV show.

    所以只要花 20 分鐘去看電視節目就好了

  • first with your language subtitles and then with English, will improve your listening

    一開始先用你的母語字幕,之後再用英文字幕,這樣可以增進你的英文能力

  • Once you've done this a couple times, if you really, really want to try.

    一旦做過這個方法幾次後,如果你真的很想試試看

  • you can take out the subtitles

    你可以把字幕拿掉

  • and just listen to what the people are saying

    只用耳朵聽他們在說什麼

  • I warn you, they do speak really really quickly.

    不過提醒你,他們講得非常非常快

  • So you have to use the subtitles first, it will help you a lot.

    所以你一開始得先要搭配字幕,這對你會很有幫助

  • Um, the next one is one of my favorite things, is music

    下一個要推薦你們的是我最喜歡的事物之一,音樂

  • everyone loves music, don't they?

    每個人都愛音樂啊,不是嗎

  • Um, when you listened to music

    不過當你在聽音樂的時候

  • you have to understand that music is not grammar

    你必須要了解到音樂並不等於文法正確

  • music is never grammatically correct

    音樂幾乎是不合乎文法的

  • It's absolutely crazily wrong grammar

    他都是一些錯得離譜的文法

  • the grammar is awful

    裡面的文法糟透了

  • they say things like "I ain't got no you, baby.", which is not grammar.

    他們會說一些像是「我抓嘸你寶貝」,這根本不是文法

  • So, please do not listen to music and think you can learn grammar

    所以拜託不要以為你可以透過音樂學文法

  • but what you can do is you can get the lyrics.

    但是你可以去找出歌詞

  • lyrics basically mean the words to the song.

    歌詞的意思是歌曲裡的詞語

  • so when you have a CD or MP3 or whatever form you use, a record

    所以當你在聽 CD 或是 MP3 或任何形式的音樂時

  • look on the internet and get the lyrics to the song, print them out or watch them on the screen

    在網路上找找歌詞,印下來或是質接在螢幕上看,

  • and listen with the music and listen to the words

    然後聽音樂的同時仔細聽那些詞語

  • This again will help you listening AND you can dance if you want to

    一樣,這樣做也能幫助你的聽力,而且你還可以邊聽邊跳舞!

  • if you don't want to, don't dance, it's up to you

    如果你不想也可以不要跳啦,取決於你

  • Um, so lyrics are very important when you listen to them

    所以在聽音樂的時候歌詞是很重要的

  • And the last thing you can do to improve your listening is... go out!

    最後一件能夠增進聽力的做法是... 走出去!

  • Do not stay at home.

    不要老是待在家

  • If you live in a country where people do not speak English,

    不過如果你住在一個非英語系的國家

  • You can't really listen to English outside of your house,

    在家外面並不能真的聽到什麼英文

  • but if you have come to Canada or English-speaking country and you're a student studying,

    但是如果你來到加拿大或任何英語系國家,而你剛好是個在學的學生

  • please don't just stay at home and watch TV. Go out!

    拜託不要一直待在家看電視。走出去!

  • Go to the mall, go to the store, listen to people talking, go for a walk in the park,

    去賣場、去商店、去聽別人在講什麼、去公園散散步、

  • follow people around, stock people, hide behind the trees, see what they're saying.

    跟在人群附近、跟蹤別人、躲在樹後面、偷聽別人在講什麼

  • It's really important to one skill that you will learn is listening.

    這對學習聽力這個能力非常重要

  • It's very much as well as subconscious thing when you're out in the environment,

    當你身處一個大家都在說英文的環境和世界中

  • when you're in the world people are all speaking English,

    你非常容易在潛意識層面不知不覺被影響

  • you will pick it up and it will be easier for you to learn because it's always around you.

    你會比較容易學習到這項能力,因為到處都可以聽得到英文

  • If you live in the big city like Toronto,

    但如果你住在像多倫多這種大城市

  • it's a little bit harder because not everyone speaks English all the time.

    是會有點難做到這件事,因為不是每個人都會講英文

  • When I go on the subway, if I have to go on the subway,

    當我去搭地鐵時,如果我非得要搭地鐵啦

  • I noticed that a lot of people are not speaking English.

    我發現有很多人不是在講英文

  • But any store, or any shop or shopping mall, or service center that you go to,

    但是如果你去任何商店、購物商場或服務中心,

  • they will speak English, and they will have conversation with you.

    他們都會說英文,而且都會和你進行談話

  • Um, it's their job, they have to.

    這個嘛,這是他們的工作,所以不得不跟你講話

  • You can go on bother people in clothing stores, or just listen to what other people are saying around you.

    你可以在賣衣服的地方到處找人攀談,或者就聽聽身邊的人都在說什麼就好

  • So, to improve your listening, go out! Do things!

    所以如果要增進自己的聽力,就走出去吧!做點什麼!

  • Make friends, if you can, with people who speak English.

    如果可以的話,和講英文的人做朋友

  • I live in Toronto and a lot of people do not talk to each other. I don't know why.

    我住在多倫多,但是很多人都不會跟彼此講話,我也不知道為什麼

  • Even if I'm on the subway, people don't really talk to each other.

    就算我在地鐵上人們也不太會跟彼此講話

  • It's really sad, but what you can do is if two people are talking, you can listen to what they're saying.

    說來也有點難過,但是如果有人在聊天的話,你還是可以聽聽他們在講什麼

  • Um, it's hard to make friend in the big city,

    嗯,我知道在大城市裡面交朋友很困難

  • but if you go to an ESL school in Toronto, makes friends with people who are not from your country.

    但如果你到多倫多的語言學校就讀,多多和不同國家的人做朋友

  • Your English will improve a lot.

    你的英文會大幅進步的

  • If you have any suggestion on how to improve your listening,

    如果你有任何關於增進英文聽力的建議

  • or if you like more help, e-mail us, engVid.com, bye!

    或是你需要更多幫助,寄信到 engVid.com,拜!

Hello there. My name's Ronnie.

哈囉,我是Ronnie

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