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  • Hi, I'm Stephanie.

    嗨,我是斯蒂芬妮。

  • Welcome to Oxford Online English!

    歡迎來到牛津在線英語!

  • In this lesson, you can learn how to talk about things you like or dislike in English.

    在本課中,你可以學習如何談論 關於你喜歡或不喜歡的英語事物。

  • What do you like doing most of all?

    你最喜歡做什麼?

  • What's your favourite thing to do?

    你最喜歡做的事情是什麼?

  • What things do you have to do regularly, but you aren't so keen on?

    哪些事情是你必須經常做的,但... ... 你不是很熱衷於?

  • What about the things you can't stand doing?

    做不下去的事情怎麼辦?

  • Can you think of something you really hate?

    你能想到你真正討厭的東西嗎?

  • During this lesson, you'll learn how to talk about things that you like and dislike using

    在本課中,你將學習如何 說說你喜歡和不喜歡使用的東西。

  • clear, natural English.

    清晰、自然的英語。

  • Let's go back to a question you heard before: what's your favourite thing to do?

    讓我們回到一個你之前聽到的問題。 你最喜歡做的事情是什麼?

  • So, what kind of music are you into?

    那麼,你喜歡什麼樣的音樂呢?

  • I'm a big fan of blues, classic soul, things like that.

    我是藍調的忠實粉絲,經典的靈魂樂,東西。 這樣的。

  • I really love Billie Holliday and a lot of stuff from that era.

    我真的很喜歡Billie Holliday和很多的 那個時代的東西。

  • What about you?

    你呢?

  • I listen to a lot of different stuff, but what I really like is hip-hop.

    我聽了很多不同的東西,但是... ... 我真正喜歡的是嘻哈。

  • Do you listen to music a lot at home?

    你在家裡經常聽音樂嗎?

  • Oh sure, all the time.

    哦,當然,所有的時間。

  • My favourite thing to do at the end of a long day is put on a record and just chill out

    我最喜歡在漫長的工作結束後做的事情。 日子是放在一個記錄,只是冷靜下來。

  • on the sofa with some good tunes.

    在沙發上與一些好的曲子。

  • Record?

    記錄?

  • You mean vinyl?

    你是說黑膠?

  • Of course!

    當然了!

  • There's no other way to listen.

    沒有別的辦法,只能聽之任之。

  • I wouldn't go that far!

    我不會走那麼遠!

  • Music makes me happy wherever I am.

    無論我在哪裡,音樂都能讓我快樂。

  • I can listen on my phone, at home, on vinyl, on CD

    我可以在手機上聽,在家裡聽,在黑膠唱片上聽。 在CD上...

  • I don't care.

    我不在乎。

  • I just like it!

    我就是喜歡!

  • Here, you heard several useful phrases to talk about things you really like.

    在這裡,你聽到了幾個有用的短語,以 談論你真正喜歡的東西。

  • Can you remember any of them?

    你還記得他們中的任何一個嗎?

  • If you really like something, you can say:

    如果你真的喜歡某件事,你可以說。

  • I really love

    我真的很喜歡...

  • I'm a big fan of

    我很喜歡... ...

  • What I really like is

    我真正喜歡的是...

  • My favourite thing to do is… … makes me happy

    我最喜歡做的事情是... ......讓我高興

  • In the gap, you can put a noun, or an -ing verb.

    在空白處,你可以放一個名詞,或者放一個-ing 動詞

  • For example:

    例如:

  • I really love seafood.

    我真的很喜歡吃海鮮。

  • Or: I really love swimming in the sea.

    或者:我真的很喜歡在海里游泳。

  • This is true for all these phrases.

    這些短語都是如此。

  • Look at two more:

    再看兩個。

  • I'm a big fan of 80s glam rock.

    我是80年代魅力搖滾的忠實粉絲。

  • I'm a big fan of listening to music when I go jogging.

    我是一個很喜歡聽音樂的人,當。 我去慢跑。

  • You can also vary some of these phrases, to make them stronger or weaker, or just to add

    你也可以改變其中的一些短語,以 使它們變得更強或更弱,或只是為了增加

  • variety.

    各種。

  • For example:

    例如:

  • What I really enjoy is getting up late on a Sunday and going for coffee with friends.

    我真正喜歡的是,晚起的時候 一個星期天,和朋友去喝咖啡。

  • My absolute favourite food is spicy chicken wings.

    我最喜歡的食物是辣子雞 翅膀。

  • Doing yoga in the morning makes me feel good.

    早上做瑜伽讓我感覺很好。

  • Okay, what about you?

    好吧,那你呢?

  • Can you make some sentences using these phrases?

    你能用這些短語造一些句子嗎?

  • You can talk about music, or any other topic you like.

    你可以談論音樂,或任何其他話題。 你喜歡。

  • Pause the video and write down two or three sentences, using the language from this section.

    暫停視頻,並寫下兩三條 句子,使用本節的語言。

  • Ready?

    準備好了嗎?

  • Let's move on to part two.

    讓我們進入第二部分。

  • Where shall we go?

    我們要去哪裡?

  • How about pizza?

    披薩怎麼樣?

  • Errgh

    呃...

  • I'm not keen on the pizza places around here.

    我對周圍的披薩店並不感興趣 在這裡。

  • There's a Chinese place nearby which is supposed to be alright.

    附近有一家中國餐館 應該是好的。

  • Want to check it out?

    想去看看嗎?

  • Honestly, I don't like Chinese food so much.

    說實話,我不太喜歡中國菜。

  • I quite like Japanese food, though.

    不過我挺喜歡日本料理的。

  • Are there any Japanese places around here?

    這附近有日本的地方嗎?

  • No, don't think so.

    不,我不這麼認為。

  • That doesn't help then.

    那就沒辦法了。

  • Indian?

    印度人?

  • Spicy food isn't my thing.

    我不喜歡吃辣。

  • KFC?

    肯德基?

  • Yeah

    是啊...

  • KFC's alright.

    肯德基的還好。

  • Let's go to KFC.

    我們去吃肯德基吧

  • So, we live in a town with all these great restaurants, and we're going to KFC?

    所以,我們住在一個有這麼多好東西的小鎮上 餐館,而我們要去肯德基?

  • Seriously?

    真的嗎?

  • What's wrong with KFC?

    肯德基怎麼了?

  • It's not bad.

    還不錯

  • Fine, let's go.

    好吧,我們走吧。

  • In this dialogue, you heard phrases to talk about low-level likes and dislikes.

    在這段對話中,你聽到了一些短語來說話。 關於低級的喜歡和不喜歡。

  • If you like something, but not that much, how can you say that?

    如果你喜歡的東西,但不是那麼多。 豈有此理

  • Here are the three ways you heard:

    以下是你聽說的三種方式。

  • I quite like

    我很喜歡...

  • It's alright.

    沒事的

  • It's not bad.

    還不錯

  • The word alright doesn't mean that something is good by itself.

    沒事這個詞並不意味著什麼 本身就是好事。

  • However, with a positive intonation, it can mean that you like something.

    但是,如果有了正音,就可以 意味著你喜歡的東西。

  • Again, you can use these phrases with a noun or an -ing verb, like this:

    同樣,你也可以將這些短語與名詞一起使用。 或一個-ing動詞,像這樣。

  • I quite like going for a short walk after lunch.

    我很喜歡去短途散步後 午餐。

  • The film was alright.

    這部電影還不錯。

  • This garlic sauce is not bad!

    這個蒜蓉醬還不錯!

  • What if you don't like something?

    如果你不喜歡的東西怎麼辦?

  • What could you say?

    你能說什麼?

  • Here are the phrases you heard in the dialogue:

    以下是你在對話中聽到的短語。

  • I'm not keen on

    我不喜歡...

  • I don't likeso muchisn't my thing

    我不太喜歡......這麼多。 ...不是我的菜

  • Let's see how you could use them:

    讓我們看看你如何使用它們。

  • I'm not keen on horror films.

    我不熱衷於恐怖片。

  • I don't like going to the gym so much.

    我不太喜歡去健身房。

  • Getting up early isn't my thing.

    我不喜歡早起

  • Again, you can use many of these phrases in different ways, by changing or adding words.

    同樣,你也可以將這些短語用於 不同的方式,通過改變或增加詞語。

  • For example:

    例如:

  • I quite enjoy cycling.

    我挺喜歡騎車的。

  • I'm not massively keen on that plan.

    我對這個計劃不是很熱衷。

  • Spending hours sitting on the beach isn't exactly my thing.

    在海灘上坐上幾個小時並不意味著 正是我的事。

  • What about you?

    你呢?

  • In our dialogue, we talked about food.

    在我們的對話中,我們談到了食物。

  • Can you use the language you've seen to make two or three sentences about yourself?

    你能不能用你所看到的語言來 作兩三句自我介紹?

  • You can write about food, or any other topic.

    你可以寫關於食物,或者其他任何主題。

  • For extra practice, say your sentences out loud.

    額外的練習,把你的句子說出來 大聲。

  • Say them several times, until the pronunciation is comfortable.

    多說幾遍,直到發音為止。 是舒適的。

  • Try to remember them, so that you can say them without reading.

    試著記住它們,這樣你就可以說... 他們不看。

  • This way, you'll remember the language better.

    這樣一來,你就會更好地記住這門語言。

  • Pause the video and write your sentences now; start again when you're ready.

    暫停視頻,現在寫下你的句子。 準備好後再開始。

  • Okay, you've seen how to talk about things you like a lot, or things you like a little.

    好了,你已經看到了如何談論的事情。 你喜歡的東西很多,或者你喜歡的東西很少。

  • But what if you really don't have an opinion about something?

    但如果你真的沒有意見呢? 關於什麼?

  • What a great movie!

    多麼偉大的電影!

  • What did you think?

    你覺得呢?

  • It was okay.

    還不錯。

  • You didn't like it?

    你不喜歡?

  • I didn't mind it.

    我並不介意。

  • I've seen better; I've seen worse.

    我見過更好的,也見過更糟的。

  • You're difficult to please, aren't you?

    你很難討好,不是嗎?

  • I thought it was amazing!

    我覺得太神奇了!

  • Don't you think he's a great director?

    你不覺得他是個好導演嗎?

  • I really like everything he's made.

    我真的很喜歡他做的一切。

  • I don't have strong opinions about him.

    我對他沒有強烈的意見。

  • So, what do you like?

    那麼,你喜歡什麼?

  • Honestly, I haven't seen many movies that have impressed me recently.

    說實話,我還沒有看到很多電影, 最近給我留下了深刻的印象。

  • I saw that new 'Blade Runner' film.

    我看了新的《銀翼殺手》電影。

  • And, you didn't like it?

    而且,你不喜歡它?

  • Meh

    呵...

  • I could take it or leave it.

    我可以接受,也可以不接受。

  • You're annoying.

    你真煩人

  • Anyway, what shall we do now?

    總之,我們現在該怎麼辦?

  • Get a drink, or something to eat?

    喝點什麼,還是吃點什麼?

  • I'm not bothered either way, to be honest.

    說實話,我對這兩種方式都不感興趣。

  • In that dialogue, I did not have a lot of strong feelings about, well, anything really.

    在那段對話中,我沒有很多的 強烈的感情,嗯,任何事情真的。

  • Can you remember the words and phrases I used to express this?

    你還記得我用了哪些詞句嗎? 來表達這個意思?

  • Often, you can express this kind of idea just with a word or a gesture.

    通常情況下,你可以表達這樣的想法只是 用語言或手勢。

  • Imagine you're watching something on TV, and someone asks you if it's a good show

    想象一下,你正在看電視上的東西。 有人問你,如果它是一個很好的節目。

  • or not.

    或不。

  • You can express that it's neither good nor bad by making a 'meh' noise and shrugging.

    你可以表示,它既不是好的,也不是。 壞的發出 "呵 "的聲音,聳聳肩。

  • However, there are also some useful phrases you can use, such as:

    然而,也有一些有用的短語 你可以使用,如:

  • It's okay.

    沒事的

  • I don't mind

    我不介意...

  • I don't have strong opinions about

    我沒有強烈的意見... ...

  • I can take it or leave it.

    我可以接受或離開它。

  • I'm not bothered either way about

    我並不擔心,無論如何... ...

  • Like the phrases you've seen in other sections, you can use these with a noun or an -ing verb,

    就像你在其他版塊看到的短語一樣。 你可以將這些與名詞或-ing動詞一起使用。

  • except for I can take it or leave it, which is a fixed phrase, meaning that you can use it

    除了我可以接受或離開它,這是 是一個固定的短語,這意味著你可以使用它的

  • as a response to someone else's question or suggestion.

    反問 或建議。

  • Let's see how you could use these phrases to talk about different things:

    讓我們來看看如何使用這些短語。 來談論不同的事情。

  • The modern art museum was okay.

    現代藝術館還不錯。

  • I don't mind doing housework.

    我不介意做家務。

  • I don't have strong opinions about which curtains we buy.

    我沒有強烈的意見,哪種 窗簾我們買。

  • I'm not bothered either way about where we go.

    我並不糾結於在哪裡 我們去。

  • When you use okay, like the word alright, a lot depends on your intonation.

    當你用好的時候,比如說好的這個詞。 很大程度上取決於你的音調。

  • The word okay literally means 'not good and not bad'.

    "好 "字的字面意思是 "不好"。 和不壞'。

  • However, with positive intonation, it can have a positive meaning, like quite good.

    但是,如果有了正音,可以 有積極的意義,如相當不錯。

  • With negative intonation, it can mean something like not very good.

    如果是消極的語氣,它的意思可能是這樣的 像不是很好。

  • Listen to the difference: It's okay!

    聽聽區別。 沒事的!

  • It's okay.

    沒事的

  • It's okay.

    沒事的

  • In this way, okay can mean different things.

    這樣一來,還好可以有不同的意思。

  • Also, the phrase I'm not bothered either way is more informal, and could sound rude

    還有,這句話我也不煩了 禮輕情意重

  • or dismissive if you use it in the wrong situation, so think about where you are and who you're

    如果你在錯誤的情況下使用它,或不屑一顧。 所以想想你在哪裡,你是誰?

  • talking to before you say it.

    說話之前,你說。

  • So, it's your turn to practice again!

    所以,又輪到你來修煉了!

  • Can you think of a movie or TV show that was just okaynot that good, and not that bad?

    你能想到一部電影或電視劇,是 只是還好--沒那麼好,也沒那麼差?

  • Your job is to write three sentences about yourself using the language from this

    你的任務是寫三句話 語出驚人

  • section.

    節。

  • If you can't think of a movie or TV show to talk about, you can choose a different

    如果你想不出電影或電視劇的名字 談論,你可以選擇不同的

  • topic.

    題。

  • Pause the video and write your sentences now.

    暫停視頻,現在就寫句子。

  • Okay?

    好嗎?

  • Finally, let's see how you can talk about things you hate.

    最後,讓我們來看看如何談一談關於 你討厭的東西。

  • That's IT!

    就是這樣!

  • I'm finished with that place.

    我和那個地方已經結束了。

  • I'm definitely quitting this time!

    這次我一定要戒掉!

  • I can't work there another day.

    我不能再在那裡工作一天了。

  • What happened now?

    現在怎麼了?

  • He is the worst manager ever!

    他是有史以來最糟糕的經理!

  • I can't stand working with him.

    我無法忍受和他一起工作。

  • I used to like going to work, but now I absolutely hate it!

    我以前很喜歡上班,但現在我絕對是 討厭

  • I have to find another job.

    我必須找到另一份工作。

  • You know you've been saying that for

    你知道你一直在說... ...

  • Ooh

    哦...

  • Since I met you?

    自從我認識你之後?

  • Yeah, but this time I mean it.

    是的,但這次我是認真的。

  • Even the little things are starting to drive me crazy, like the way he fidgets with his

    即使是小事情也開始驅動 我瘋了,就像他坐立不安的方式與他的。

  • coffee cup when he talks.

    他說話時,咖啡杯。

  • So, have you started looking for a new job?

    那麼,你開始找新工作了嗎?

  • Not yet, but I will.

    還沒有,但我會的。

  • I need a change.

    我需要改變。

  • What about your colleagues?

    你的同事呢?

  • I thought you got on well with them.

    我以為你和他們相處得很好

  • Some of them are alright, but I have no time for that woman in the accounts department.

    有些還可以,但我沒時間了 為那個會計部的女人。

  • I really dislike the HR guy, too, whatever his name is.

    我也很不喜歡那個叫HR的人,管他呢。 他的名字是:

  • You know, maybe you should be less negative.

    你知道嗎,也許你應該少點消極。

  • If you go to work with that kind of attitude, I'm not surprised you clash with people.

    如果你帶著這樣的態度去工作。 我不奇怪你會和人發生衝突。

  • What do you mean, negative?

    什麼叫消極?

  • I can't stand people telling me what to do!

    我受不了別人對我指手畫腳。 做

  • What are you even talking about?

    你到底在說什麼?

  • I have no time for people like you and your stupid advice

    我沒時間陪你這種人,還有你的... 愚蠢的建議...

  • Okay, here you heard a lot of phrases to talk about somethingor someoneyou strongly

    好了,在這裡,你聽到了很多短語說話 關於某事或某人,你強烈

  • dislike.

    不喜歡。

  • Can you remember any of them?

    你還記得他們中的任何一個嗎?

  • If you really dislike something, you can say:

    如果你真的不喜歡某件事,你可以說。

  • I can't stand

    我受不了...

  • I absolutely hate… … drives me crazy.

    我絕對討厭... ...把我逼瘋了。

  • I have no time for

    我沒時間...

  • I really dislike

    我真的不喜歡...

  • As before, you use these phrases with a noun or an -ing verb.

    像以前一樣,你用這些短語與名詞一起使用 或一個-ing動詞。

  • For example:

    例如:

  • I can't stand people who cut in line.

    我受不了那些插隊的人。

  • I absolutely hate every song he's ever made.

    我絕對討厭他的每一首歌。

  • Walking behind someone who walks really slowly drives me crazy!

    走在走路很慢的人後面 我都快瘋了!

  • Some of these phrases are more general.

    其中有些短語比較籠統。

  • You can use I can't stand…, I absolutely hate…, or I really disliketo talk about

    你可以用我受不了... 我絕對... 討厭... 或者說我真的不喜歡... 談論...

  • anything: people, things, or activities.

    任何東西:人、事或活動;

  • However, with the other two phrases, you would use them to talk about people and

    然而,與其他兩句話。 你會用它們來談論人和

  • their habits.

    他們的習慣。

  • For example:

    例如:

  • She's always late, which drives me crazy.

    她總是遲到,這讓我抓狂。

  • I have no time for people who say nice things to your face, then gossip behind your back.

    我沒時間聽別人說好話了 當著你的面,然後在背後說閒話。

  • Okay, what about you?

    好吧,那你呢?

  • It's your last practice: pause the video, and write three sentences about things you

    這是你最後一次練習:暫停視頻。 並寫出三句關於你的事情

  • strongly dislike.

    堅決不喜歡。

  • Use the language from this section, and start again when you're ready.

    使用本節的語言,並開始 等你準備好了再來

  • How was that?

    那是怎麼回事?

  • Could you use the language easily?

    你能輕鬆地使用語言嗎?

  • Did you check to make sure you didn't make any mistakes?

    你有沒有檢查,以確保你沒有使 任何錯誤?

  • Finally, we have a question for you: what do you like or dislike most about studying

    最後,我們有一個問題要問你:什麼是 你最喜歡或不喜歡的學習

  • English?

    英語?

  • Please tell us in the comments!

    請在評論中告訴我們!

  • Remember that you can find more of our free English lessons on our website: Oxford Online

    請記住,您可以找到更多的免費 我們網站上的英語課程。牛津在線

  • English.com.

    英語網。

  • Thanks for watching!

    謝謝你的觀看!

  • See you next time!

    下次見!

Hi, I'm Stephanie.

嗨,我是斯蒂芬妮。

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Talking About Likes and Dislikes in English - Spoken English Lesson

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    Samuel 發佈於 2018 年 05 月 03 日