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  • Hi. James from EngVid. Just looking at my work. I don't know when I'm going to get any more downtime.

    嗨!我是EngVid 的 James。我只是在看我的行程表。我不知道哪時才能夠休息。

  • I mean, I haven't had spare time or time off in so long. I haven't done any of my interests or hobbies and --

    我的意思是,我很久沒有空閒時間去做任何我想做的事情。

  • you know what I mean, right? You don't? Oh, that's today's lesson.

    你知道我的意思,對吧?你不知道?哦,這是有關今天的課:興趣與玩樂。

  • We're going to talk to you about conversation skills and how you can improve them.

    我們來說說會話技巧,和如何增進你的會話技巧。

  • While talking about your downtime, hobbies, and time off. You know? Oh, you don't know? Let's do it, then. Let's go to the board.

    當談論到你的休息,興趣,和休假時。你知道嗎?哦,你不知道?我們開始吧,來看黑板。

  • Well, let's start off with what is a "hobby".

    好,我們從什麼是「hobby(嗜好)」開始。

  • Well, a "hobby" is something -- and you can think of the word "habit".

    嗯,「嗜好」你可以想到另一個字「習慣」。

  • I think most of you know "habit" is something you do regularly. Well, a "hobby" starts with a "h", and it means "something you do regularly".

    我想你們大多都知道「習慣」指的是一件你會固定去做的事。「嗜好」的第一字母「h」,指的就是「你規律的做某事」。

  • But in this case, it's something that's fun, you do it regularly, and you don't get paid for it.

    但在這裡,嗜好指的是某件好玩的事,你會固定去做,而不會拿到酬勞。

  • That's what we usually call your "hobby".

    那就是我們所說的你的「嗜好」。

  • So you might even spend money and time to do it, but you get a lot of fun from it, and you do it regularly.

    甚至你可能還會花費金錢和時間去做那件事,但你會從中得到很多樂趣,所以你會規律的去做那件事。

  • Now, another word for "hobby" is "interest".

    現在,「嗜好」另一個可以想到的字是「興趣」。

  • And the funny thing about "interest" is that I could say to you, "What are your hobbies?" Or I could say to you "What are your interests?"

    「興趣」這個字有趣的是,我可以問你「你有什麼嗜好?」或者我也可以問你「你的興趣是什麼?」

  • And it's almost the same. And we use them, English speakers, almost interchangeably,

    幾乎是一樣的意思。對於我們英文母語人士,兩者是可以被替換的,

  • which means we can just change them, and it doesn't really matter.

    意思是我們直接將兩者互換,也不會有影響。

  • But there's a slight difference. Remember "hobby" and "habit" go together, you do regularly.

    但這裡有一點不太一樣的地方。記住「嗜好」和「習慣」是一樣的,都是你會規律做的事。

  • Well, "interest" means "I like it". Like, I'm interested in the theater, but I don't go all the time, maybe once every two years.

    嗯,「興趣」指的是「我喜歡它」。就像是,我對電影院有興趣,但是我沒有常去,可能一年只去兩次。

  • But my hobby is collecting comic books, which means I actually -- every week -- buy the comic books.

    但是我的嗜好是蒐集漫畫。我指的是,實際上,每個禮拜,我都會買漫畫。

  • Like, I have it, and I get enjoyment from both.

    就像是,我擁有它,我能得到滿足感。

  • So remember, you can use the words, but one is more specific, all right?

    所以要記得,你可以用這些字,但其中一個更能準確的達到你要的語意,好嗎?

  • So you could say, you know, you could say, "I'm interested in reading." -- I don't have time to do it, but I like the idea of it.

    所以你可以說,「我對閱讀有興趣」,但是我沒有時間閱讀,然而我喜歡閱讀這個想法。

  • versus "My hobby is reading.", which is, that's what I do when I don't have anything to do. All right?

    相對於「我的嗜好是閱讀」,意思是,當我沒有任何事情做時,我會去閱讀,這樣有了解嗎?

  • So let's go over here. What kind of hobbies or interests can a person have? Well, one

    所以我們來看這裡。一個人會有什麼樣的嗜好和興趣呢?好,其中一個像

  • of them is collecting. Now, what does "collecting" mean? It means "to bring together a group of things",

    是蒐集。而什麼是「蒐集」?就是指「把東西放在一起」。

  • All right? But in this case, collecting is very specific. Personally, I collect comic books.

    了解嗎?但在這裡,蒐集指的是特定的物品。以我個人來說,我蒐集漫畫。

  • And I dare you to go back and watch how many videos I've done wearing a Batman T-shirt, and you'll know I'm a real collector, okay?

    而且我敢說我是個真正的收藏家,你可以回去看很多我之前的影片,看看我穿了幾次的蝙蝠侠T恤,你就會知道。OK?

  • I love Batman. But let's just say I bought Batman No. 1.

    我愛蝙蝠侠。來說一下我買了第一版的蝙蝠俠。

  • Now, if I'm a collector, I'll also buy Batman No. 2 and Batman No. 3 and so on and so on.

    現在,如果我是個收藏家,我會再買第二版的蝙蝠俠、第三版的,接下來的...等等。

  • I'll continue to buy. And I will keep them. I'm not going to sell them.

    我會一直買下去,而且會珍藏,不會把它們賣掉。

  • I'm not trying to make money, and I'm going to enjoy them as a collector.

    我不是為了賺錢,而是想要作為一個收藏家去欣賞它們。

  • I will go back after reading them and read them again. Just like when you collect -- we say comics; you can collect books.

    我會一直反覆再反覆的觀賞它們。就像我們蒐藏漫畫,你可以是蒐集書本。

  • You can also collect art and music. You guys know -- you collect music.

    你也可以是蒐集藝術品和音樂。你們知道嗎--你蒐集音樂。

  • You like Duran Duran, right? -- that great group. "Girls on Film" ~ oh, I'm old.

    你喜歡杜蘭杜蘭,對吧?他們是很棒的團隊。「Girls on Film(膠片上的美女)」~噢,我老了。

  • No, that new guy, Justin Timberlake, yeah? "Mirror" -- yeah. I can't sing that song.

    不對,那位年輕歌手賈斯汀.提姆布萊克,對吧?「Mirror(鏡中的另一半)」嗯,我不會唱這首歌。

  • But you know what I mean. You can collect music. You can collect art -- Van Gogh, Picasso

    但你知道我的意思。你可以蒐集音樂。你可以蒐集藝術品像是文森.梵谷、畢卡索 -

  • -- music, again -- Beethoven, Bach, Brahms. Collect and enjoy, right?

    或者像是音樂,貝多芬、巴哈、勃拉姆斯。蒐集和欣賞,對吧?

  • For yourself or your friends. What else can you do? Well, you can also play.

    為你自己或你的朋友。還有什麼事情你可以做?嗯,你也可以玩耍。

  • And in this case, we're talking about playing sports. I enjoy playing sports. I enjoy playing golf? No, I don't.

    在這裡,我們說說運動。我喜歡運動,但我喜歡高爾夫?不,我不喜歡。

  • But sports. You can enjoy playing cards or games. So sports: "I enjoy playing soccer." I'm saying "i-n-g".

    但有關運動,你可以是玩紙牌或是玩遊戲。所以在聊運動時「我喜歡踢足球」,playing 有加 i-n-g。

  • "I enjoy playing soccer." or "I enjoy playing volleyball at the beach."

    「我喜歡踢足球」或「我喜歡在海灘打排球」

  • Cards: "I enjoy playing poker, solitaire" -- "Nobody loves me" because "solitaire" means to be by yourself.

    聊到紙牌,「我喜歡自己玩撲克牌接龍,因為沒人喜歡我~~」因為接龍是自己一個人做。

  • Or I enjoy playing poker. Five-card stud, because I'm a stud, baby. Okay.

    或者我喜歡玩撲克牌。「梭哈,寶貝,因為我是個硬漢。」

  • Now -- or games. Now, when I enjoy playing games, right, I can do "gaming".

    又或者玩遊戲。現在,我很喜歡玩遊戲,對吧?我可以玩電玩。

  • It's a little different. Games can be board games like chess or checkers or Monopoly, and "gaming"

    這裡有點不一樣。遊戲可以是棋盤遊戲,像是象棋、西洋跳棋、大富翁、或者「電玩遊戲」

  • -- which we changed to "I enjoy gaming", so you would just say "gaming" instead of "playing" that.

    可以改成說「我喜歡玩電玩遊戲」,所以你可以用「gaming」取代原本的「playing」。

  • It's a "Gaming" -- everybody knows it's electronic, okay? Good.

    「電玩遊戲」,大家都知道是電子的,可以吧?很好。

  • Now, "traveling" -- but I'll explain because it seems obvious. "Traveling" means anything outside of your city.

    下一個,「旅行」,你們一定都知道,但我還是會解釋。「Traveling」 指的是到外地。

  • If you go to the library in your city, you're not travelling, boys and girls. You're just going to the library.

    如果你去自己市立圖書館,你不是在旅行,孩子們,你們只是去圖書館而已。

  • But if you have a big country -- like, I'm in Canada.

    但如果你在一個大城市,像是,我在加拿大。

  • We like traveling to other parts of Canada because it's like going to Europe.

    我們喜歡到加拿大的其他城市旅行,因為就像去歐洲一樣。

  • But you can travel in North America. You can travel in Europe. You can travel to Africa -- leave Europe.

    但是你也可以到北美旅行。你可以到歐洲旅行,也可以離開歐洲到非洲旅行。

  • Oh, my gosh, yes. You can travel between countries, continents, and large regions.

    哦,我的天啊,對。你可以在國家、洲以及大的地區之間旅行。

  • So when you say, "I enjoy travelling", it can be from a city in one part of your country to another,

    所以當你說,「我喜歡旅行」,也可以指的是從你的城市到另一個城市、

  • or to different countries, or different continents. Cool? You should leave.

    另一個國家、或另一個不同的洲。很酷對吧?你應該出去走走。

  • Travel a little, learn a little. "Going to": "Going to" means -- because I'm going from one place to another to do the activity,

    偶爾去旅行,學習點不同的東西。「Going to」指的是一個行為,從一個地方到另一個地方,

  • and that is the activity, "going to" to do it, all right?

    而且是一個行動,「去做」某件事,可以吧?

  • In this case, movies: "I enjoy going to the movies." That's my hobby.

    在這裡,談到電影,「我喜歡看電影」。那是我的嗜好。

  • Every week I see a new movie. I have a friend who watches one movie every night.

    每個禮拜我都會看一部新的電影。我有一個朋友每晚都會看一部電影。

  • He goes to a cheap theater, and he watches movies. He loves them. That's his hobby.

    他去便宜的戲院看電影,他很愛看電影,那是他的嗜好。

  • Two hours a day, he gets to heaven. You know, he flies away and enjoys them, you know?

    一天兩小時,他就像上了天堂。你知道嗎?他就像一邊在飛翔一邊欣賞著電影

  • Or going to the beach. Some people like going to the beach. Like little turkeys, they lie in the sun --it's called "tanning"

    或者聊到去海邊。有些人喜歡去海邊。像小火雞一樣,他們徜徉在陽光底下,我們叫「日光浴」。

  • -- and then they turn over at two o'clock and turn over at three o'clock and turn back.

    他們一小時翻一次面。(2點翻過身,3點又翻回來)

  • And they cook themselves. I don't know why, but they enjoy going to the beach.

    他們就像在烹煮自己,我不知道為什麼,但他們很喜歡去海邊。

  • Some people like going to the theater. You know, masterpiece theater. Watch the theater. It's very intellectual, theater.

    有些人喜歡去戲院。你知道的,名作戲院,觀賞戲劇。「戲院」這字聽起來很學術的。

  • And you get to say "theater". Can't say that with movies.

    你要說「戲院」,不要和電影混為一談。

  • It doesn't -- "movies". Sounds like a -- well, whatever.

    它不是「電影」。應該說像....嗯,不管怎麼樣。

  • Okay: baking and cooking. So another hobby is baking and cooking, and it's not just for women anymore.

    聊到烘焙和烹飪,所以另一個嗜好好像是烘焙跟烹飪,而這再也不是女生的專利。

  • No, sir. I like cooking too. I like cooking shows, Top Chef and whatnot, right?

    我也喜歡烹飪。我也喜歡看烹飪節目,像是頂尖主廚節目諸如此類的,對吧?

  • Iron Chef. So you watch, and then you copy the recipe, and you make it.

    鐵人料理節目。當你看那些節目時,你會抄下食譜,然後去做。

  • So you say, "My hobby is cooking." If it is, please send me an invite, me and the worm. We're coming over.

    所以你會說:「我的嗜好是烹飪。」如果真是這樣,請你邀請我和蟲子,我們會過去。

  • I don't care where you live. We're coming for a visit. And make it good, son, because I don't travel for no reason,

    我不管你住在哪。我們一定會去拜訪你。要把它做得好吃哦喔,孩子,因為我可不是隨隨便便就過去,

  • All right? Next, this is going to be funny. I know some of you are laughing right now because,

    可以嗎?接下來,這個好笑,我知道現在有些人可能就在笑,因為

  • you know, "James, we do things we enjoy, yes?"

    你知道的,「James,我們只做我們有興趣的,對吧?」

  • But in school, I have to read and write. You're telling me this is hobby? Yeah, there are.

    但在學校,我要讀又要寫。你告訴我這是一種嗜好?是的。

  • some crazy people who like to read and write. Well, reading anyway, like, I enjoy a good book.

    有些瘋狂的人喜歡閱讀和寫字。嗯,不管怎麼樣,閱讀,像是我喜歡讀一本好書。

  • I enjoy comic books. But some people enjoy writing and doing poems and stories,

    我喜歡漫畫書。但有些人喜歡寫作、寫詩或寫故事,

  • and some people enjoy reading books, horror, drama, and whatnot, right? "Whatnot" means

    另外一些人喜愛讀書,像是恐怖的,戲劇化的,諸如此類的東西,對吧? 「Whatnot」指的是

  • "anything". So, this is what we're talking about here. These are things that could be hobbies,

    「任何東西」。所以這邊就是我們在講的,這些東西被稱作是嗜好。

  • but we have to talk about questions because I said

    但我們要來聊聊如何提問,因為我說過

  • this is going to help you with conversation. You don't walk up to people and go, "I enjoy

    這堂課是要幫助你的會話技巧。你不可能直接走到人面前說「我喜歡

  • cooking. I enjoy reading, and I enjoy playing soccer." They

    烹飪,我喜歡閱讀,而且我喜歡踢足球。」他們

  • will say, "Why are you talking to me? I didn't ask you that." So we can look at the questions

    會問「為什麼你要跟我講這些事情?我又沒問你。」所以我們來看看提問的問題,

  • that you can ask somebody or they might ask you, and when you respond, you'll find out that

    你會問某人或是他們可能會問你,而當你回答時,你會發現

  • -- well, guess what? You have things -- what we call "things in common" -- that

    嗯,猜猜怎麼了?你們會有些共同點。這些共同點可以

  • help us talk to each other and get to know each other. Our interests, when they are similar,

    促進我們聊天和了解對方。而當我們有類似的興趣,

  • we can become friends. Or even if they are different, we can learn from each other.

    我們可以成為朋友。就算我們有不一樣的興趣,我們仍可以互相學習。

  • Let's go to the board, shall we? All right, so the first thing we look at is,

    我們來看白板,好,所以第一個我們要看的是,

  • "What do you do in your" -- there's a "d". "D" is for "dummy". Wait. Don't be so rudy.

    「你在做什麼」。這裡有個「d」,「D」是指假人,等一下,不要這麼沒禮貌。

  • "D" is for "downtime". Downtime.

    「D」指的是「休息」。休息時間。

  • Downtime. "What do you do in your downtime?" Now, you notice it says, "in".

    休息時間。「你休息時都在做什麼?」現在,注意到 「in」

  • The preposition is "in". Well, because we are "in" time, right? There's a

    介係詞是「in」。嗯,因為我們在一個時間點,對吧?有一個

  • beginning to time and an end to time, and you're somewhere "in" this time. So we say

    開始的時間,和一個結束的時間,然後你在某個之中的時間點。所以我們說

  • "downtime": this is your relaxing time -- time when you're not "up" and working; you're "down" in time.

    「休息時間」指的是你的放鬆時間,就是當你沒有在工作的時候,你不在忙碌時,

  • So you can relax. So a lot of native speakers go, "Hey, what do you do in your downtime?"

    所以你可以放鬆。很多母語者會說,「嘿!你休息時都做在些什麼?」

  • What time you're not working -- relaxing time, okay?

    你沒在工作的時候,放鬆時間,可以吧?

  • Next one we're going to do is, "What do you do with your spare time?" Well, we know what "time" is,

    下一個我們要說的是,「閒暇時,你都做什麼?」我們知道「time(時間)」的意思,

  • but what does "spare" mean? "Spare" means "extra". It has many meanings, but today,

    但,「spare」是什麼意思?「Spare」指的是「多餘的」。「Spare」有很多意思,但在這裡,

  • the basic meaning is "extra". Now, we have spare change. When you have paper money -- a dollar --

    基本上意思是「多餘的」。現在,我們有零錢。當你有一塊錢鈔票,

  • and you go to the store and they give you money back and it's little metal money,

    你去店裡買東西,他們會找給你的小硬幣(零錢),

  • that's called your "spare change" or "coins". You do -- your spare change isn't enough to buy big things,

    就指的是「零錢」或者是「硬幣」。你的零錢不足以買大的東西,

  • You buy usually gum or candy or pay for parking. Yeah, that's fun -- fun things with the spare change.

    所以,你通常只買口香糖、糖果或是付停車費。對,這是有關零錢的趣事。

  • We do the same thing with our spare time. With our "spare" time --

    我們在閒暇時做相同的事情。「閒暇時」

  • it's our "extra" time -- remember, "spare." Because you sleep for eight hours,

    就是指我們「額外的」時間。記得,「spare(多餘的)」。因為你睡了八小時,

  • you work for eight hours, you have to eat and poo-poo -- I said it. I'm sorry. --

    你工作八小時,你吃東西也上大號,對不起,我提到這件事。

  • but then you only have two or three hours a day for yourself, and that's your "spare" time.

    但一天下來,你只剩下2或3個小時留給自己,這就是你的「閒暇」時間。

  • What do you do for fun with your spare time, right? We use this preposition, "with",

    你閒暇時都做什麼有趣的事,我們用「with」這個介係詞,

  • to say, "Look. There's you, and there's time. How do they come together?" Well, they come together for me

    去描述「看,這裡有 you(你)、有 time(時間)。」他們是怎麼組合在一起的?嗯,他們為了我而組合在一起,

  • for collecting things, like comics, right?

    為了蒐集東西,像是漫畫,對吧?

  • Now, we've got one more. What could that be? "What do you do when you have time off?"

    現在,我們還有一個要看。是哪個呢?「你休假時都做什麼?」

  • "Time off". Well, what do you do when you have time off? Time off from what? From life? No. No.

    「休假」,你休假時都在做些什麼?從哪裡休假?從生活?不,不是。

  • I was thinking, "Could it be possible?" Time off from work, right? That's when travelling would come in.

    我只是在想「這是有可能的嗎?」,工作結束的休假,對吧?這時就會提到旅行。

  • "In my time off, I'm going travelling." Because it's usually a longer period of time, right?

    「在我休假時我會旅行」因為這通常是指很長一段時間,是吧?

  • So you say, "travelling" -- so your time off. We could also use it for other things,

    所以你會說你休假時會「旅行」。我們也可以用來描述其他事,

  • like collecting and that -- probably "spare time", you would say, or "downtime".

    像是蒐集等等。你可能會說「空閒時」,或者你會說「休息時」

  • Your hobbies are collecting, but time off most likely travelling, but you can still use it.

    你的嗜好是蒐集東西,休假時大多會是旅行,但你仍可以這麼說。

  • It's something we say, right? So, what do you do when you have time off?

    這是我們的說話方式,對嗎?所以,你在休假時都做什麼?

  • What do you do? You can say, well, "I enjoy" or "I like to. James, 'enjoyand 'like' are the same."

    你做什麼?你可以說,「I enjoy(我喜愛)或者I like to(我喜歡)。James,『enjoy』和『like』是一樣的。」

  • I know, and I'm separating them for a reason. There're another couple reasons that

    我知道,我區別他們是有原因的,這裡是有其他幾個理由的

  • I don't have time to go into, but the key here is, if you remember this simple rule,

    但我沒有時間去詳細說明原因,重點就是,如果你記得這個簡單的規則,

  • you can use it, and you'll be right, like, 90 percent of the time, no problem.

    你就能正確的使用這句型,大概90%都會對,沒有問題的。

  • "You enjoy" -- don't use "to". Don't use this particle, this preposition "to". Don't use it.

    「你喜愛」,不要用到「to」。不要用到這個介係詞,「to」,

  • But you can say, "I enjoy i-n-g." So I enjoy --sorry. Give me a second here.

    但你可以說「I enjoy(喜愛)__ing。所以我喜愛,不好意思,等一下

  • Take a good look. You got that? But you can say this. Now, ready? Read it with me.

    你先看看,了解嗎?準備好了?跟我一起念,

  • "I enjoy i-n-g. I enjoy i-n-g." What am I saying? "I enjoy playing." "I enjoy dancing."

    「我喜愛__ing。我喜愛__ing。」我的意思是什麼呢? 像是「我喜歡玩」「我喜愛跳舞」

  • "I enjoy singing." "I enjoy going." That's right. Okay? So that's, "I enjoy 'i-n-g.'"

    「我喜愛唱歌」「我喜歡走路」沒錯,可以嗎?所以就是 「我喜愛__ing」

  • What about "I like to"? Because we know I enjoy 'i-n-g'-ing, but "I like to". Well,

    那麼「I like to」呢?因為我們知道 「我喜愛__ing」,但「I like to(我喜歡)」,嗯

  • here -- "I like to" -- the verb that follows has to be in the base form, okay?

    這裡的「I like to(我喜歡)」 , 後面加動詞,而這動詞必需要是原型動詞,可以吧?

  • "Base form" means don't change it, so "travel", "play", "collect", right? "I like to" collect comic books."

    「原型動詞」就是不要改變動詞型態,像是「旅行」、「玩」、「蒐集」,對吧?「I like to collect(我喜歡蒐集)」漫畫

  • "I enjoy collecting comic books." Do you see the difference? So we can do it with anything here, right?

    「I like to collect(我喜歡蒐集)漫畫」。你有發現他們的不同嗎?所以我們可以在後面加任何字,對吧?

  • "I enjoy travelling to different countries." "I like to travel."

  • I'm going to put "base", base form. So this means, don't change the verb, okay? So if

    我來做個標記,這裡是要放原型動詞,所以不要改變動詞型態,可以嗎?因此如果

  • you can remember these two words -- if you're going to say "I enjoy 'i-n-g'", and

    你可以記得這兩個字, 「I enjoy __ing」,和

  • "I like to base". How low can you go? Turn it up. I'm just joking.

    「I like to base(基本、低音)」你能唱多低呢?大聲一點,我只是開玩笑。

  • That's an old rapper reference, all right? But "base verb", so you want to use the base verb here, okay?

    那是來自一首舊的饒舌歌,可以嗎?但是「原型動詞」,所以在這裡你只要用原型動詞。

  • So let's give an example. "I enjoy traveling." "You like to -- that's right -- travel." Cool.

    舉個例子,像是「我喜歡旅行」。「You like to(你喜歡)---對---travel(旅行)」好,

  • Excellent. All right? Now, the response to all of this when you go through this long conversation with somebody --

    很好,都可以吧?現在,當你跟人對話時,你要怎麼回應。

  • "yadda yadda", or, you know, "blah, blah"

    「諸如此類」,或是你知道的「等等等等」

  • -- when they finish, you go, "Hey, man, that's cool. Yeah, that's really cool." or "Dude,

    當結束對話時,你可以說「嘿,兄弟,那很酷。對,那真的很酷」或者「老兄,

  • that's interesting." You don't have to the "dude" part. You don't have to say that, but you can go,

    那很有趣。」你可以不用提到「dude」這個部分。但你也可以,你自己選擇。

  • "That's rather interesting. You enjoy the theater. Wow. I like to go swimming. That's cool, isn't it?The water is cool."

    「那非常有趣,你會喜愛戲劇。哇嗚,我喜歡游泳。那很酷的(冷的),對吧?水是冷的。」

  • Made a funny, okay? Wait -- not that funny.

    開個玩笑嘛!等等,我承認那不是好笑的。

  • But to wrap up the lesson -- remember "wrap up" means "finish" or "complete", okay?

    所以來複習一下,記得「wrap up」就是「結束」或者「完成」,可以嗎?

  • "What are your hobbies?" These are -- remember, "h" for "habits". These are things that I like to do,

    「你有什麼嗜好?」,記得「h」 是 「habit習慣」。這些事是我喜歡做的,

  • enjoy doing, and do regularly, and I don't get paid for it, right?

    喜歡做,規律的做,沒有任何酬勞,對吧?

  • Another word is "interests", but "interests" could be "what do I like" -- it doesn't mean it's a hobby,

    另一個字是「興趣」,但「興趣」可以是「what do I like(什麼是我喜歡的)」--這不是指嗜好

  • but I'm interested in this and that, okay? We talked about that.

    但是我對那有興趣,可以嗎?我們講過那個了。

  • We've got three others here: "Downtime", "spare time", and "time off" are all similar, right? And finally, "enjoy".

    這裡還有另外三點:「Downtime」「spare time」和「time off」他們都非常類似的,對吧?最後是「enjoy」

  • "I enjoy i-n-g. I enjoy i-n-g." Yeah, you like that. Can't see my butt move, my butt -- my bottom.

    「I enjoy(我喜愛)__ing. I enjoy(我喜愛)__ing.」。你喜歡我這樣跳舞吧, 噢,你沒看到我屁股的動作,我的屁股~~

  • It's really nice, though. It's cute. It's good. And finally, "base"

    非常好的,非常可愛。很好,最後「base(基本、低音)」

  • -- how low do you go? "I like toverb in the base'", all right? Now, and the final thing is,

    你能到多低? 「I like to(我喜歡)加原型動詞」,可以嗎?現在,最後一件事,

  • "Oh, that's cool. That's really interesting." Those are good responses after someone tells you these are the -- these are their hobbies, okay?

    「哦,那真的很好。那真的很有趣。」如果有人告訴你他們的嗜好,這幾個是你可以回應方式,可以嗎?

  • So I got to go. Hey, it's like Superman. I just popped that shirt. See that?

    我該走了。嘿,就像是超人一樣。看到了嗎?我把衣服鈕扣撐開。

  • I enjoy being Superman. That's my secret identity -- my hobby. Okay, Mr. E and I are out.

    我很喜歡當超人。那是我的祕密身分-我的嗜好。好,蟲子先生和我要離開了。

  • We're going to have some fun right now -- going to go play sometimes. We're not going to go read anything.

    現在我們要去玩樂一下,有時要玩一下。我們不是要去閱讀。

  • That's his thing. I lied. I hate reading. I don't know how to read. I'm illiterate. Illiterate. You know that?

    那是蟲子先生會做的事。我說謊。我討厭閱讀。我不知道要怎麼閱讀。我是文盲。你知道那是什麼意思吧?

  • Anyway. So -- okay. I'm out, but before I go, you have to go to www.engvid.com,

    不管怎麼樣,我們該結束了,但在結束之前,你可以到我們的網站 www.engvid.com,

  • where "eng" stands for "English" and "vid" stands for "video" -- okay?

    這裡的「eng」為「英文」的意思,而「vid」是「影片」的意思,可以嗎?

  • -- where myself -- Mr. E is always present, and there's, like --

    我和蟲子先生一直都在那,

  • I think there're like 975 new teachers. It's incredible. It's just crazy out there.

    我想在那網站中,大概有975位老師,很難相信吧。在那裡任何瘋狂的事都會發生。

  • I'm just playing with you. It's my hobby. See? I enjoy doing that.

    我只是鬧你的。這是我的習慣。知道了吧?我很喜歡開玩笑。

  • I'm really interested in what you have to say, though, so don't forget to go do the quiz when you're done.

    不過,我真的想知道你們有什麼想法。所以看完影片之後,不要忘記到我們的網站做個小測驗。

  • Got to go. Bye.

    該走了,再見。

Hi. James from EngVid. Just looking at my work. I don't know when I'm going to get any more downtime.

嗨!我是EngVid 的 James。我只是在看我的行程表。我不知道哪時才能夠休息。

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A2 初級 中文 蒐集 旅行 興趣 動詞 閱讀 漫畫

興趣和玩樂怎麼聊,用這些單字就對了!(中英字幕)(What do you do for fun)

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