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  • Hi Bob the Canadian here.

    嗨,我是加拿大人 Bob。

  • There will be times when you are having an English conversation when you will need to disagree with somebody.

    有時候當你在進行英文的對話時,你需要反對某些人的意見。

  • But you will want to do it in a way where you still show respect for the other person, even if you don't agree with their point of view.

    但即使你不同意其他人的觀點,你仍會希望以較尊重別人的方式表達。

  • So you'll want to do a few things to make the conversation be more like a discussion and less like an argument.

    所以你可以做幾件事讓這個對話更像是一場討論,而不是爭吵。

  • First of all, relax.

    首先,放輕鬆。

  • Calm down.

    冷靜下來。

  • Be reasonable in your approach.

    說話的方式要理性。

  • Getting upset and raising your voice never helps with a conversation.

    生氣或大小聲對溝通沒有任何的幫助。

  • If you can, find a spot where the two of you can sit down.

    如果可以,找一個你們雙方都可以坐下的地點。

  • Sitting down is a less aggressive approach to having a conversation with someone.

    坐下是一個和其他人溝通較不激進的方法。

  • Take your time.

    慢慢來。

  • Make sure you listen to their point of view.

    好好地傾聽他們的觀點。

  • And don't interrupt them when they are talking.

    對方在講話的時候不要打斷他們。

  • Here are a few things that you can say during this conversation that are extremely polite but still allow you to express your point of view.

    以下是一些可以在這類對話中使用的句子,這些話非常有禮貌,但依舊可以讓你表達自己的觀點。

  • You could say.

    你可以說。

  • I see Dave, but in my opinion we shouldn't have to pay for water.

    我知道了 Dave,但是就我的觀點來說我們不應該要花錢買水。

  • It should be free.

    它應該要是免費的。

  • Or, you could say.

    或者你可以這麼說。

  • I understand where you are coming from Dave, but I think dogs in the park should always be on a leash.

    我理解你的意思 Dave,但我認為公園裡的狗應該要一直被牽著。

  • You could also say.

    你也可以說。

  • Dave, I see your point of view, but I think it would be better if we spent the money on new clothing.

    Dave,我懂你的觀點,但我認為如果我們把錢花在新衣服上會更好。

  • And if you're looking for a few other options, you could also say things like...

    如果你還想要幾個不一樣的選項,你可以說...

  • Hmmm.

    嗯。

  • That's interesting, but the way I see it, it would be better if we went to the mall before we went out to eat.

    有意思,但是在我看來如果我們先去購物中心再出去吃飯會比較好。

  • And finally you could also say: Dave, I'm not sure I agree with that.

    最後,你可以說:Dave,我不太同意你的想法。

  • I think we would be better off buying a new car instead of driving the old car for another year.

    我覺得我們最好買一輛新車,而不要再開一年舊車。

  • There are also a few things that you shouldn't say when you are having a discussion with someone.

    當你在跟別人對話時,有些句子千萬不能說。

  • You shouldn't outright say...

    你千萬不能馬上說...

  • You are wrong!

    你錯了!

  • This is very impolite in English.

    這在英文裡非常不禮貌。

  • You should never say to someone outright...

    你絕對不能馬上對某個人說...

  • I disagree with you!

    我不同意你說的!

  • This is also somewhat impolite in English.

    這個在英文裡也是不太禮貌的。

  • And you should certainly never say...

    而你絕對不可以說...

  • Only an idiot would say that!

    只有白癡才這麼講!

  • Because that is an outright insult.

    因為那是公然的侮辱。

  • Bob the Canadian here.

    我是加拿大人 Bob。

  • That's a few ways that you can have a disagreement with someone in English and have a resolution at the end of a discussion instead of having an argument.

    以上是一些你可以表達不贊同的方法,以及如何在討論的最後解決問題,而不是引發爭執。

  • Bob the Canadian here.

    我是加拿大人 Bob。

  • Learn English with Bob the Canadian.

    跟加拿大人 Bob 一起學英文。

  • Have a great day.

    祝你有個美好的一天。

Hi Bob the Canadian here.

嗨,我是加拿大人 Bob。

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