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  • (peaceful music)

    (平靜的音樂)

  • Hello, everyone, and welcome back to English with Lucy.

    哈囉,各位,歡迎回到 English with Lucy。

  • You guys have requested it.

    這是你們要的。

  • I've had so many requests for another slang,

    好多人都要我再做一集俚語的教學

  • British slang video, so I thought I'd cover

    英國俚語的影片,所以我想我的影片會包括

  • British slang verbs and also

    英國的動詞俚語

  • some slang phrasal verbs as well.

    還有一些片語動詞俚語。

  • Really, really useful.

    真的真的很好用。

  • Before we get started, this video is sponsored

    在我們開始之前,這部影片是由

  • by the Lingoda Language Marathon.

    Lingoda 的語言馬拉松活動贊助。

  • It's an amazing opportunity,

    這是個很棒的機會

  • but I'm not going to talk about it now.

    但我不會現在講這個。

  • I'm going to talk about it at the end.

    我要在結尾再講。

  • So you can click to the time that you see on your screen now

    所以你可以拉到螢幕上的這個時間標記

  • and I will have all the information for you.

    我會告訴你所有相關資訊。

  • Basically, a specific number of you will be

    基本上,有一部份的你們將能

  • able to do three months of daily English classes.

    在 3 個月期間每天上 1 堂英文課。

  • It's 567 euros, but if you complete the whole marathon,

    總共是 567 歐元,但如果你完成整個馬拉松課程

  • you get all of your money back,

    就能拿回所有的費用

  • 567 euros refunded back to you.

    567 歐元全都會歸還給你。

  • So click on the timestamp on the screen

    所以拉到螢幕上這個時間標記

  • to find out more information,

    去了解更多資訊

  • or just wait til the end of the video.

    或是繼續觀看直到影片結尾。

  • Let's get started.

    我們開始吧!

  • Or should I say let's crack on.

    或是我應該說,我們趕快繼續。

  • We'll talk about that one in a minute.

    1 分鐘之後我們會講到那個。

  • So, lots of lovely slang, predominantly British,

    所以,有許多可愛的俚語,主要是英國

  • although you will find some in Australia, for example,

    雖然你也會在其他地方聽到,例如澳洲

  • and maybe the United States,

    或者美國

  • but most of them are more used in the UK.

    但大多數還是英國比較常用。

  • But in the UK, you will definitely need to understand

    但在英國,你就必須了解

  • these words if you're going to integrate with natives.

    這些字的意思,如果你要更像個本地人的話。

  • I'm also going to chuck in, include,

    我也會加入很多,包括這個

  • lots of extra bonus British slang words.

    額外的英國俚語。

  • Oh my God, that's hard to say.

    我的天啊,真繞口。

  • And I will explain them as I go along.

    我在進行課程的同時也會解釋。

  • The first one is 'to fancy',

    第一個是「to fancy」。

  • and I have mentioned this one before,

    這一個我之前就有提過了

  • but it's so important that I'm going to mention it again.

    但它真的太重要以至於我要再一次提到它。

  • You need to know this verb.

    你必須知道這個動詞。

  • You need to know it, we use it all the time.

    你必須知道,我們很常用。

  • It has two meanings,

    這有 2 種意思

  • it can mean to be romantically interested in somebody,

    它可以代表喜愛某人

  • so an example could be, I fancied Will for ages

    要舉個例子的話,我喜歡 Will 好些年了

  • and I was gobsmacked when I found out that he fancied me too.

    當我知道他也喜歡我的時候真的大吃一驚。

  • 'Gobsmacked' means shocked, speechless.

    「Gobsmacked」 意思就是受到驚嚇、目瞪口呆的。

  • Now, the other way that we use this verb

    這個動詞的另一個用法是

  • is to express that we want or we feel like something.

    表達我們想要做某事。

  • I could say, I really fancy fish and chips tonight.

    我可以說,我今晚想吃炸魚薯條。

  • And that means I really feel like fish and chips.

    而那句話的意思是,我真的很想要炸魚薯條。

  • I want fish and chips.

    我想要炸魚薯條。

  • Or in a question, do you fancy going to the pub?

    或是在問句中,你想要去酒吧嗎?

  • Do you want to go to the pub?

    你想要去酒吧嗎?

  • Do you feel like going to the pub?

    你想要去酒吧嗎?

  • Now, note I said, do you want to go,

    現在,要注意我剛剛說「want to go」

  • but do you fancy going?

    但 fancy 則是 「fancy going」

  • Do you feel like going?

    然後另一個是 「feel like going」。

  • So, remember that if you use it in an exam.

    所以,如果你在考試的時候寫到,要記得它們的區別。

  • Right, the next one, number two is a phrasal verb.

    好,下一個,第二個是片語動詞。

  • It is to dob somebody in.

    就是「to dob somebody in」。

  • To dob somebody in.

    告某人的狀。

  • This means to report a person to somebody of authority for a wrongdoing.

    這個意思是去向上級報告某人的做的壞事。

  • So, if somebody's done something wrong,

    所以,如果某個人做了壞事

  • you inform someone in a position of authority.

    你向位高權重的人告發那個人的作為。

  • For example, I can't believe Ellie dobbed me in

    例如,我不敢相信 Ellie 跟老師報告

  • to the teacher for skipping class yesterday.

    我昨天蹺了課。

  • She dobbed me in.

    她打我小報告。

  • She informed the teacher,

    她向老師告狀

  • who is in a position of authority, over me.

    老師是處於我的上位的人。

  • She told on me.

    她告發我。

  • She dobbed me in.

    她打我的小報告。

  • I remember at school, if somebody was being mean,

    我記得在學校的時候,如果有人很刻薄

  • I'd say, I'm gonna dob you in,

    我就會說,我要去打你的小報告

  • which means I'm going to tell the teacher.

    意思是我要跟老師告狀。

  • (chuckles)

    (咯咯笑)

  • Right, the next one, number three, another phrasal verb.

    好,下一個,第 3 個也是片語動詞。

  • This one is to chat somebody up.

    這一個是「to chat somebody up」。

  • To chat somebody up.

    「To chat somebody up」。

  • Now, this can mean two things in British English.

    在英式英文中這也有 2 個意思。

  • The first one is the more common use

    第 1 個比較常用

  • and the second one is slightly less common,

    第 2 個就比較少聽到

  • it's kind of used in a more sarcastic way.

    更像是要嘲諷別人時用的。

  • The first meaning is to talk to somebody

    第 1 個意思是跟某人聊天

  • in a flirtatious way.

    但是用調情的語氣。

  • To talk to somebody flirtatiously.

    用調情的語氣跟某人說話。

  • So, if somebody's paying me lots and lots of compliments,

    所以,如果某個人對我說很多恭維的話

  • I might say, are you chatting me up?

    我可能就會說,你在跟我調情嗎?

  • Are you flirting with me?

    你在跟我調情嗎?

  • I think in America you might say to hit on.

    我想在美國你可能會說 「to hit on」。

  • Are you hitting on me?

    你在跟我調情嗎?

  • Are you chatting me up?

    你在跟我調情嗎?

  • The other meaning is to talk to somebody persuasively,

    另一個意思是說服某人

  • normally with ulterior motives.

    通常別有用心。

  • For example, say a bouncer wouldn't let us into a club,

    譬如 1 個保全不讓我們進去夜店

  • I'll say, I'll see if I can chat her up.

    我會說,看看我能不能說服她。

  • It doesn't mean I'm going to flirt with her.

    意思不是我要去跟她調情。

  • It means I'm going to try and be really, really nice to her

    意思是我要試試看,對她很好

  • to try and persuade her to let us in.

    好說歹說說服她讓我們進去。

  • The next one, to be up for something.

    下一個,「 to be up for something」。

  • We use this all the time.

    我們很常用到這個。

  • Are you up for it?

    你想要嗎?

  • I'm up for it.

    我想要。

  • She's up for it.

    她想要。

  • The meaning is very simple.

    這個意思很簡單。

  • It means to want to do something.

    意思就是想做某件事。

  • So, if I am up for going out, I want to go out,

    所以,如果我說「I am up for going out」,我想要出去。

  • I feel like going out.

    我想要出門。

  • So, if I say, we're going ice skating tonight

    所以,如果我說,我們今晚要去溜冰

  • if you're up for it,

    你想要可以一起來

  • it means we're going ice skating tonight

    意思是我們今晚要去溜冰

  • if you want to come too.

    如果你想要就一起來。

  • It's very, very informal.

    這非常口語。

  • Next, another one we use all the time.

    下一個,又是一個我們很常用的。

  • I use it so frequently,

    我很常用到它

  • and when I talk to non-native speakers,

    當我在跟非母語者說話時

  • I try and carefully select my verbs

    我會小心選擇我的動詞

  • so that I avoid using slangs

    所以我會避免用俚語

  • so that they can understand me better,

    這樣他們可以更了解我在說甚麼

  • but pop is the one that I struggle with

    但 pop 要不要用我很難決定

  • because I just use it all the time.

    因為我太常用了。

  • And pop, the meaning is very simple.

    而 pop 的意思也很簡單。

  • Once you understand it, you will be fine.

    一旦你了解了,一切都沒問題。

  • It means to go somewhere usually for a short period of time

    意思是去某個地方,通常只有一小段時間

  • and often without notice.

    而且往往沒人通知你。

  • So, without notice is you haven't advised

    所以,沒有通知是指你沒有告知

  • the place or the people that you're going to go there,

    你要去的地方或你要見的人

  • you're going to visit.

    你要去拜訪。

  • We often use it with a preposition.

    我們通常會用來當介系詞。

  • I'm just popping out.

    我只是出去一下。

  • I'm just going outside for a short period of time.

    我只是出去一小段時間。

  • Or I'm just gonna pop to the shops.

    或是,我要去一下商店。

  • Do you want anything?

    你要買甚麼嗎?

  • I'm just going to go to the shops.

    我要去商店。

  • Do you need anything?

    你需要甚麼嗎?

  • Or if I say, do you mind if I pop in for a minute?

    或是如果我說,你介意我進去一會兒嗎?

  • It means do you mind if I quickly visit your house for a second?

    意思是,如果我在你家坐一會兒,你介意嗎?

  • So it's normally something spontaneous, unplanned,

    所以這通常是自願的、沒計畫的

  • short period of time, but it basically just means go.

    時間短的,但基本上就是要去。

  • Number six, to go on about.

    第 6 個,「to go on about」。

  • This means to talk continuously and to talk too much.

    這意思是不斷地說話,而且有點講太多話了。

  • It's teetering, it's only just on the negative side.

    它有正反兩面,通常只用在負面說法。

  • So, if I say, ugh, what's she going on about again,

    所以如果我說,她又在長篇大論了

  • it means what's she talking about continuously and too much again?

    意思是,她又在長篇大論甚麼東西?

  • But sometimes it's used in quite an affectionate way.

    但有時候會用親暱的語氣來說。

  • What are you going on about?

    你在說甚麼啊?

  • What's he going on about?

    他滔滔不絕的在說甚麼?

  • But we sometimes forget the going bit,

    但我們有時會省略 going

  • so what are you on about?

    所以,你在滔滔不絕甚麼?

  • What's he on about?

    他在長篇大論甚麼?

  • Be prepared to hear people say on about

    要有心理準備聽到人們說「on about」

  • instead of to go on about.

    而不是「to go on about」

  • Number seven, another phrasal verb, very important one.

    第 7 個,又一個很重要的片語動詞。

  • Can also just be a verb on its own, it is to faff around,

    單獨使用也可以做為動詞,就是「to faff around」

  • or you can shorten it to faff, just to faff.

    或是可以縮短為「to faff」。

  • It's not a phrasal verb in this case.

    這時候就不是片語動詞。

  • It's got two meanings, both are quite similar.

    這也有 2 個意思,2 個意思有點像。

  • The first meaning, the most common one

    首先是最常聽到的

  • is to spend time doing unimportant things

    就是花時間做不重要的事

  • and avoid what you really should be doing.

    而不去做你真的應該做的事。

  • A little bit like to procrastinate

    有點像是拖延

  • but with more emphasis on doing the unimportant things.

    但更強調是在做不重要的事。

  • What have you been doing?

    你在做甚麼?

  • Have you just been faffing around?

    你只是在耍廢嗎?

  • I'm trying to say what have you been doing

    我是說你在做甚麼

  • have you been avoiding all the important tasks and

    你是不是不想做那些重要的工作

  • just doing meaningless tasks?

    而只是在做沒意義的事?

  • The other meaning is to behave in a silly way,

    另一個意思是行為舉止很愚蠢

  • so if someone's being a little bit stupid

    所以如果某個人有點蠢

  • joking around too much I might say stop

    很愛到處開玩笑,我可能會說

  • faffing around, stop messing around it could also mean.

    不要再耍笨了,也可以代表不要再到處胡鬧。

  • Faff on its own, stop faffing, oh I'm just faffing.

    單獨使用 Faff 的意思是,不要再瞎忙,噢我只是在瞎忙。

  • We don't necessarily have to include that around there.

    在這裡我們就不多做解釋了。

  • Number eight, a verb on its own,

    第 8 個,一個單獨使用的動詞

  • to scoff, to scoff,

    「to scoff」,狼吞虎嚥

  • and this in British English slang means to eat something quickly and greedily.

    這一個在英式英文俚語中意思是又貪婪又快地吃東西。

  • So if I see someone eating their lunch really really quickly

    所以如果我看到某個人吃午餐吃地很快

  • I might say you scoff that,

    我可能會說你在狼吞虎嚥

  • you ate that quickly and greedily.

    你吃地又急又快。

  • It's very informal, it's quite friendly,

    這很口語,但也蠻友善的

  • it's not necessarily negative if you use it in the right way.

    如果你好好用的話,這不會是個負面用詞。

  • So I might say I scoffed my dinner

    所以我可能會說,我狼吞虎嚥的吃完晚餐

  • and I went up for seconds.

    然後又去盛第二盤。

  • I ate my dinner really quickly and greedily,

    我晚餐吃地又快又急

  • and to go up for seconds means

    然後「to go up for seconds」意思是

  • to return to the food with your plate

    又拿著盤子到食物區

  • to get a second helping.

    去裝第二盤。

  • Number nine, another phrasal verb,

    第 9 個也是片語動詞

  • this one is to crack on with something or someone

    這一個是「to crack on with something or someone」

  • because there is a new use for this phrasal verb.

    因為這一個片語動詞有一個新的意思。

  • The first one is to proceed or to progress quickly.

    第 1 個意思是,快速地進行。

  • You know at the beginning of my lessons

    還記得這堂課剛開始的時候

  • I say right let's get started with the lesson.

    我說,好,讓我們開始這堂課吧。

  • I could say let's crack on with the lesson,

    我也可以說我們快點開始這堂課吧。

  • let's get going, let's proceed quickly

    讓我們繼續下去,讓我們快點開始

  • and progress quickly too.

    還有快點進行這堂課。

  • Another newer meaning for this phrasal verb is

    這個片語動詞另一個比較新的意思是

  • to flirt with somebody.

    跟某人調情。

  • So if I say I saw James cracking on with Holly,

    所以如果我說,我看到 James 跟 Holly 調情

  • it means I saw James at least attempting

    意思是,我看到 James 起碼是試著

  • to flirt with Holly.

    跟 Holly 調情。

  • I guess you could think that

    我猜你可能會想

  • it's somebody trying to progress with

    這意思是某人想要跟特定的人

  • their relationship with a specific person

    展開一段關係

  • but please remember that that one

    但請記得這個定義

  • is very informal and it's relatively new.

    很不正式也相對來說比較新。

  • The last one number 10 is to skive.

    最後,第 10 個是「to skive」。

  • It's a verb on its own,

    是個獨自使用的動詞

  • but you can add the preposition off

    但你可以加上介系詞 off

  • and say to skive off.

    說 to skive off。

  • It means the same thing.

    這是一樣的意思。

  • The definition is to avoid work, school,

    定義是提早離開以避開工作、學校

  • or a particular duty by leaving early

    或是特定行程

  • or by just not going, staying away.

    或是根本不去、遠離。

  • I might say I'm going to skive off this last lesson

    我可能會說,我要翹掉最後一節課

  • because the teacher just reads off the slides.

    因為老師只會念簡報。

  • If they're just reading off the sides,

    如果他們只是念簡報

  • it means they're just reading the words on the presentation,

    就代表他們只是照著簡報上面的字念

  • they're not adding anything extra.

    不會有任何額外的補充。

  • It was my pet hate.

    那是我最討厭的。

  • It was something that particularly annoyed me at school and at university.

    那是在我求學時最惹惱我的事。

  • Why just read me the presentation

    為什麼就只是念簡報給我聽

  • if I can read it myself at home.

    我自己在家就可以讀啦。

  • Let's not go into too much detail.

    我們不要講太深入好了

  • Or you could say, oh I think Tom skived off work yesterday

    或是你可以說,噢我想 Tom 昨天翹班了

  • because he called in sick.

    因為他說他生病了。

  • He said he was ill on the telephone

    他在電話裡說他生病了

  • and then I saw him in the shopping centre.

    然後我看到他在購物中心。

  • Naughty.

    太壞了。

  • Have you ever skived off work?

    你有翹班過嗎?

  • Comment below if you have.

    如果你有,可以留言分享。

  • Right, so those are the 10 British slang

    好,那些就是 10 個英國俚語

  • phrasal verbs and verbs.

    片語動詞與動詞。

  • Why is that so hard to say?

    為什麼這個這麼繞口?

  • Now I'm gonna have a quick chat to you

    現在我要花一點時間跟你聊聊

  • about the Lingoda language marathon.

    Lingoda 語言馬拉松活動。

  • Really recommend you stay on

    真的很建議你看看

  • because it's such a great opportunity.

    因為這是個很好的機會。

  • The vast majority of you are

    你們大部分人

  • here to improve your English.

    看我的影片是為了增進你的英文。

  • What better way than doing a little bit every single day

    還有甚麼方法比可以每天學一點英文

  • and then getting all your money back at the end.

    最後還能把所有費用拿回來更好的。

  • Keep watching.

    繼續看吧

  • Right so those that follow this channel

    所以有訂閱這個頻道的人

  • will know that I work with Lingoda very closely and very frequently

    就會知道我跟 Lingoda 合作密切

  • and I regard them as one of the very few trusted companies

    而我認為他們是少數很值得信任的夥伴

  • that I'm happy to work with on a regular basis.

    我很開心能經常與他們合作。

  • I genuinely really like their platform and services

    我真的很喜歡他們的平臺跟服務

  • and that's why I'm happy to promote it

    那也是為什麼我很開心

  • to my viewers and subscribers.

    能向我的觀眾、訂閱者宣傳這個平台。