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  • Hi, I'm Anne Marie with Speak Confident English and welcome to your Confident

    各位好,我是星期三自信說英文的安瑪莉,歡迎大家觀賞課程

  • English Wednesday lesson. This week we're looking at used to versus be used to and

    本周我們要討論 used to、be used to 以及 get used to 三個片語

  • get used to. These look very similar but do they mean the same thing in English?

    這三個片語乍看下十分相似,但是它們在英文中的意義是否真的相同呢?

  • Can you use them in the same way? That is what we're going to focus on in today's

    這便是我們今天在課程中所要談論的主題

  • lesson. These are all extremely common ways of expressing ourselves in English.

    這三個片語在英語表達時出現頻率都相當高,母語人士幾乎

  • Native speakers use them every day and I want you to know exactly what each of

    每天都會用到,因此我希望大家都能清楚知道這三個片語的意思

  • these means and how you can use it correctly so that you can communicate

    以及片語正確的使用方式,讓你能有效且自然流暢地用英文表達意思

  • effectively and naturally in English. So our first question is do these mean the

    首先要問的問題是這三個片語的意思是否相同呢?

  • same thing and the short answer is no. They do not. Used to is completely

    廣義來說並不相同,這三個片語彼此之間各有不同之處。 used to 的意思

  • different from be and get used to. Those two are actually quite similar, so let's

    和 be used to 以及 get used to 意思大相逕庭,然而這兩個片語實際上卻很相似

  • start with used to first. We'll look at what it means and how you can use it

    所以我們會從 used to 開始介紹,讓大家了解這個片語的意義以及運用方式

  • correctly. And then we'll look at be and get used to. Let's start with a couple of

    接著我們再來看 be used to 以及 get used to。這裡有一些範例句子

  • example sentences to see if you can identify how we use used to - what does it

    看看大家是否能分辨出我們該如何使用 used to - 也就是

  • mean in the sentence - and what is the grammatical pattern that we use. For

    這個片語在句中的意思以及使用時的文法架構

  • example I used to drink coffee but now I only drink green tea. I used to drink

    舉個例來說:我過去喝咖啡,但是現在我只喝綠茶

  • coffee but now I only drink green tea. Or she used to live in Los Angeles,

    我過去喝咖啡,但是現在我只喝綠茶,或者例如說她曾經在加州洛杉磯居住過

  • California but now she lives in Chicago. She used to live in Los Angeles

    不過她現在住在洛杉磯。她曾在加州洛杉磯居住過

  • but now she lives in Chicago. So what do you think? How are we using these two

    不過她現在住在洛杉磯。好,各位你們發現到了嗎! 我剛才是如何使用 used to

  • words, what do they mean? Hopefully you've identified that we use 'used to' to talk

    以及這個片語在句中的意思。希望大家都有注意到,used to 都是使用在

  • about things in the past actions, situations, or states of being (we'll talk

    過去的行為動作、狀況或狀態 (我們稍後會提到)

  • about that in a moment) that are no longer true, they're no longer happening.

    並且已和現況不同,行為動作、狀況或狀態都已不再發生

  • They were in the past. Now a state of being is sort of like being happy or

    它們都是指發生在過去的事情。剛才前面提到所謂的狀態好比說開心或

  • being stressed, being sad. It's not an action. For example, he used to be really

    感到壓力大、悲傷等,並非是動作。例如:他曾經原本是個樂在工作的人

  • happy in his job or he used to love his job but now he's always stressed. So now

    或是他曾經樂在工作,然而他現在經常感到壓力大。

  • you have three example sentences: I used to drink coffee, she used to live in LA,

    目前我已提供大家三個範例了:她曾經在加州洛杉磯居住過、

  • and he used to love his job. Can you identify the correct grammatical pattern

    他曾經樂在工作。現在大家可以了解 used to 正確的文法使用形式了嗎?

  • that we use with used to? Thankfully this grammatical structure in English is very

    好在此類英文的文法使用架構非常簡單

  • easy. It is simply used to plus the most basic form of the verb. I used to go, I

    只需在 used to 後方加上動詞原形。我曾經去過、我曾經喝過

  • used to drink, she used to eat, we used to watch movies every Friday but now we are

    她曾經吃過、我們曾經每個星期五都去看電影,但是現在因為覺得太累所以沒去

  • too tired or now we do something different. It is very very simple: used to

    或是我們改去從事其他活動了。這個片語的使用方式真的很簡單:

  • plus the most basic form of the verb. So now let's move on to be and get used to.

    在 used to 後方加上動詞原形。現在讓我們來看 be used to 和 get used to

  • As I said these are very similar but they have a completely different meaning

    如同一開始提到的,這兩個片語很相似,但是意思和 used to 大相逕庭

  • than 'used to.' To be used to something is to say that you are accustomed to it,

    「To be used to 某事/物」是指 (已經) 習慣某某事/物

  • it's normal for you, it's not unusual or strange or weird. It's part of your

    我們日常生活中很自然地就會表達這樣的意思

  • normal everyday life. For example, I'm used to getting up every morning at 5:00

    例如,我習慣每天早晨 5:00 起床

  • a.m. I'm used to getting up every morning at 5:00 a.m. That simply means

    我習慣每天早晨 5:00 起床,這表示這件事對我而言

  • that it's totally normal for me. It is my normal daily routine. Sleeping late would

    是一件習以為常的事,已是固定生活作息的一環,晚睡對我而言可能反而會不習慣

  • feel very strange. I would feel that I lost part of my day.

    會讓我覺得固定生活作息受到影響

  • Or another example: she's used to going to yoga every morning. She's used to

    或者我們舉另一個例子:她習慣每天早上去做瑜珈

  • going to yoga every morning. It's just, again, part of her normal everyday life.

    她習慣每天早上去做瑜珈,同樣的,這也已是她固定生活作息的一部分

  • It feels comfortable and normal to her. Now get used to is very similar but it's

    當事人感到自然且毫不費力。好,現在讓我們來看看這個相似片語 get used to

  • more about the process of becoming accustomed to something. It takes time.

    它的意思更偏重在逐漸習慣的過程上面,還需要時間適應

  • Something was really odd or strange, unusual, now not so much but it's not

    有些事情我們可能原本覺得坐起來很怪、很不自然,然而現在已經不再覺得有那麼

  • totally normal either. It's somewhere in that process of becoming normal for you.

    不自然但是也稱不上完全習慣,而是處在逐漸習慣中

  • For example, imagine that you live in a country where you don't use a lot of

    例如大家想像一下假設你原本住在一個料理中不會添加一大堆香料的國家

  • spices in your food and suddenly you travel to India or Thailand for a month

    突然有一天你得去印度或泰國旅行數個月

  • and there's curries and peppers in everything. You might need to get used to

    每天吃的食物中都加了咖哩和胡椒。在這樣的情況下,你可能需要去適應/習慣

  • all of the spice and the food. It might take some time. It might be unusual and

    各種香料和當地料理,而適應需要一段時間。一開始可能會覺得很不習慣因為和

  • different (and hopefully very very exciting because that's an explosion of

    自己國家的料理非常不一樣 (很有可能是大吃一驚,因為突然吃到大量令人

  • amazing flavors) but it might take some time. Or the same is true when you travel

    驚奇的香味),不過仍需要一些時間適應。此外,類似的情形還有比如說到不同時差段

  • to another time zone. If you live in Australia and you travel to the United

    的目的地旅行,若你原本居住在澳洲要到美國旅行

  • States, it's a huge difference between time zones and you'll probably suffer

    這兩個地區之間的時差相當大,因此你可能就需要適應時差

  • from jet lag. When you travel that far it takes time getting used to the time

    換言之當你旅行到遠方國家,就會需要一段時間來適應時差

  • differences the time zones. Now a couple of rules about be and get used to: we can

    現在我們已學到幾個關於 be used to 和 get used to 的文法規則

  • use these in the past, present, or future tenses. For example, when I was younger I

    可使用過去式、現在式或未來式。例如,我年輕時習慣每天

  • was used to waking up every morning at 5:00 a.m. but now it's a little bit too

    早上 5 點鐘起床,但是現在要我那麼早起床我覺得有些困難

  • early for me. Or, for example, maybe you're moving to a brand-new country soon and

    或者,舉例來說,假設你即將要移動至一個完全陌生的國度

  • you're feeling a little nervous about cultural differences,

    你會對於即將面臨的文化差異、語言差異感到有些緊張

  • language differences, so your friend might say, "Oh don't worry, you'll get used

    你的朋友可能就會這樣安慰你:「別擔心,你很快就會適應的!」

  • to it quickly." You'll get used to it quickly. Now with these examples I'm used

    你很快就會適應的。現在我們已經看了好幾個例句囉!

  • to waking up every morning at 5:00 a.m. I'm used to going to the gym in the

    我已習慣每天早晨 5:00 起床。我已習慣早上到運動中心運動

  • mornings. I'm getting used to the spicy food or I'm getting used to the time

    我逐漸習慣添加香料的食物或是我逐漸習慣時差了

  • zone differences - do you notice any patterns or grammatical structures in those

    各位有留意到這些範例句子中的固定模式和文法結構嗎?

  • sentences? Hopefully you've identified that after those key words - be or get

    希望大家都有發現到 - be used to 和 get used to 這兩個片語後面

  • used to - they are followed by a gerund (gerunds are those nouns with -ing) I'm used

    接續的都是動名詞 (以 - ing 型態出現的名詞)。我已習慣早起

  • to waking up, I'm used to going, I'm used to eating, I'm used to drinking... or a noun

    我已習慣去、我已習慣吃、我已習慣喝 ... 或加上名詞或代名詞

  • or pronoun. I'm getting used to spicy food, I am used to the time differences.

    我正在適應添加香料的食物、我正在適應時差

  • In all of those examples, it's followed by an -ing (or gerund) or a noun or pronoun.

    前面所有我提到的範例,都是片語後方加上 -ing 的 動名詞或是加上名詞或代名詞

  • And now it's your turn. I want to hear from you. I want you to practice using

    好,現在輪到大家自己練習的時間了,期待看到大家的練習造句,希望大家務必

  • these expressions so they start to feel completely normal to you, I want you to

    在平時開始練習習慣使用這些片語,換言之,我希望大家都能習慣在平日對話中

  • get used to them. so take some time to practice and the best place to do that

    使用這些片語。請大家務必多花些時間練習這幾個片語,最好是在我們

  • is in the comment section just below this video. It's the best place to

    課程影片下方的意見區塊留言練習。在意見區塊留言有助於讓大家

  • interact and get feedback from me and to interact with the Confident English

    和 Confident English 社群有更好的互動以及方便我提供意見回饋給您

  • Community. Read what others have to say, even ask questions, learn from each other.

    大家可以看看其他人說些甚麼,或是問問題也可以,教學相長

  • So here's what I want you to do: first, tell me about something you used to do

    所以我現在希望大家現在來做幾件事:首先,請大家告訴我一個從前的習慣

  • or something that used to be true again you're focused on the past something

    或是過去已不再發生但現在是事實的事情

  • that is no longer happening or true. And then tell me about something that you

    接著再請大家告訴我一個你已習慣的事情或是正慢慢適應中的事情

  • are used to or that you got used to over time. What was it? And then use an example

    請大家和我一起分享你的經驗,然後再用過去式、現在式和未來式各造一個例句

  • in the past, present, or future. If you have additional questions, again the best

    如若大家還有其他額外的問題,同樣地請在課程影片下方的意見區塊留言

  • place to do that is just to ask in the comments section. I do read them

    大家的留言和問題我都會逐一詳閱並回覆

  • all and respond. And with that thank you so much for joining me. I love having you

    非常感謝大家觀賞今天的課程。期盼大家每周三都能參與課程

  • here every Wednesday and I'll see you next week for your Confident English

    我們下週星期三自信說英文課程再見囉

  • Wednesday lesson.

    各位再會 !

Hi, I'm Anne Marie with Speak Confident English and welcome to your Confident

各位好,我是星期三自信說英文的安瑪莉,歡迎大家觀賞課程

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一次搞清楚 Used To、Get Used To 和 Be Used To 的差別 (Confusing Words: Used To vs. Get Used To vs. Be Used To)

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