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  • Hi and welcome back.

    嗨!歡迎回來。

  • In this video, I'm going to teach you one simple trick that you can use to become a fluent English speaker by spending just 10 minutes a day.

    在今天的影片,我要教你一招可以讓英文口說變流利的技巧,而且一天只要練習 10 分鐘。

  • The best part about this is that you don't need a partneryou can do this by yourself.

    最棒的是你不需要找夥伴,只要一個人就可以練習了。

  • This is a technique that has worked for many of my students.

    這個技巧適用在我的很多學生身上。

  • And if you do what I tell you in this video, I guarantee that you will become more fluent in English.

    如果你照著影片的方法練習,我保證你的英文一定會變流利。

  • So what is this trick?

    所以這招到底是什麼呢?

  • Well, it's a technique known as JAM.

    這個練習技巧叫 JAM。

  • Uh, no, not that kind of jam.

    呃,我不是在說果醬。

  • This is actually a little fluency game based on a show that airs on BBC radio.

    這其實是個在 BBC 廣播電台播出的流暢度小競賽。

  • The reason it's called JAM is because it's short for Just A Minute.

    會叫 JAM 的原因是因為它是「只要一分鐘」的簡稱。

  • This game has three stages.

    這個遊戲分成三個階段。

  • So here's how you play it.

    要怎麼進行這個遊戲呢?

  • You're going to talk about a topic for one minute.

    你要針對一個主題講一分鐘。

  • That is, you're going to give a speech without any preparation.

    就是在沒有任何準備的情況下講一段話。

  • So you just pick a topic - you can either take general topics like sports, hobbies, friends, books etc. or you can choose a question.

    你要先選定主題,可以選運動、興趣、朋友、書籍等等,或是選一個問題來回答。

  • For example, what is your favorite mode of transport?

    比方說,你最喜歡哪種交通方式?

  • And once you have a topic, you speak.

    定好主題之後,你就可以開始說了。

  • Now when you do, there are some rules.

    在說的時候也有一些規則要遵守。

  • The first rule is that you cannot stop speaking.

    第一,你不能停下來。

  • You must talk for the full minute.

    一定要把那一分鐘講好講滿。

  • If you have to pause to catch your breath, it's OK, but you cannot pause for more than three seconds.

    如果你要停下來喘口氣當然沒問題,但不能停超過三秒鐘。

  • Even if you say nonsense or you say something unrelated to the topic it doesn't matter.

    就算你在胡言亂語或你脫離原本的主題也沒關係。

  • You're just going to keep talking.

    只要一直說下去就對了。

  • So that's rule number one.

    這是第一條規則。

  • Rule number two is you cannot repeat the same ideas.

    第二:不能講出重複的想法。

  • That means you can't just say the same things over and over and over again.

    意思是你不能重複說一樣的東西好幾百遍。

  • This isn't pronunciation practiceit's fluency development, so no repetition of the same ideas.

    這不是發音練習,我們是在訓練流暢度,所以別重複說那些說過的話。

  • And rule number three is no writing.

    第三:不要寫任何東西。

  • You cannot make any notes while you are speaking, you must only concentrate on speaking.

    不要在你講話的時候做筆記,只要專注在「說」就好。

  • These are just the three rules.

    以上就是三個規則。

  • So to begin, you need a timer, this can be on your smartphone for example.

    開始前,你會需要計時器,用你手機裡面的計時器也可以。

  • You start stage one by starting the timer and you speak until the one minute is reached.

    按下計時器開始進行第一階段,並一直講到計時器倒數完畢。

  • I'm going to give you an example of how to do this.

    我現在要來親自示範怎麼做。

  • I'm going to take this question: "What is your favorite mode of transport?" and I'm going to speak for a minute on this topic.

    我打算來回答「你最喜歡哪種交通方式?」這個問題,針對這個主題講一分鐘。

  • Now I haven't done any preparation, so let's see how I do.

    我沒有事先準備,直接來看看我怎麼做吧!

  • OK, so what's my favorite mode of transport?

    好的,所以我最喜歡的交通方式是哪一種?

  • I would have to say that it's the train.

    我會說火車是我最喜歡的交通方式。

  • That's because um, actually, you get to see a lot of nice scenery, beautiful landscapes and things like that.

    因為,呃,你可以看到許多漂亮的景色、美麗的風景等等。

  • And you know, train journeys generally tend to be longer than other types of, or rather, other modes of transport.

    而且鐵道旅行需要的時間通常會比其交通方式來得長。

  • You can see that I'm really struggling for ideas but I can't stop.

    你會發現我很努力地在擠出靈感,但我不能停下來。

  • I have to keep going, so I'm saying whatever comes to mind, that's no problem.

    我必須繼續講下去,所以我就只是把任何閃過我腦中的想法說出來,這沒問題。

  • But back to the topic at hand, yeah, train journeys because they're longer, they're more relaxing.

    回到原本的主題,因為鐵道旅行會花上更多時間,所以它對我來說也更能放鬆。

  • And one last thing I want to mention is that I've had the opportunity to meet interesting people and make friends on many train journeys.

    還有最後一點是因為在鐵道旅行時,我有機會可以遇見有趣的人並交朋友。

  • As a kid I used to ride the train a lot with my family.

    我小時候常常跟家人一起搭火車。

  • We used to go to lots of places by train and it's actually something that I really enjoyed.

    我們一起搭火車去了許多地方,而且我也很享受這些過程。

  • Phew!

    呼!

  • That was hard.

    這很困難。

  • But that's OK.

    但別擔心。

  • That's the whole point of this exercise.

    這才是這個練習的意義。

  • That was stage one.

    剛剛那是第一階段。

  • Now we're going to move on to stage two.

    現在我們要進行第二階段。

  • Here's where we're really going to start building our fluency.

    在這個階段,我們才會真正開始訓練流暢度。

  • The first part of stage two is making notesso you can use a paper and pen now.

    第二階段的第一步是「做筆記」,所以你現在可以拿起紙筆了。

  • And you're going to think back to the speech that you just gave, and collect ideas you came up with.

    你要回想你剛剛說的那段話,蒐集你自己想出來的那些靈感。

  • In my speech, I remember that I had three ideas.

    我還記得我剛剛的短講中有三個想法。

  • The first was that on train journeys, you get to see a lot of beautiful scenery.

    第一個是搭我車旅行可以看到許多漂亮的風景。

  • The second idea was that train journeys are longer, so they're more relaxing.

    第二個是鐵道旅行的時間較長,所以會讓我比較放鬆。

  • The third idea was that you get to meet interesting people and make friends.

    第三個是可以遇到有趣的人並交朋友。

  • So once you have these ideas down, you're going to repeat the exercise.

    寫下這些靈感後,你就可以再練一次。

  • That means, you're going to set your timer for one minute and you're going to speak again on the same topic.

    所以你要再計時一分鐘,並針對這個一樣的主題再做一次短講。

  • But now, you can use your notes to guide you.

    但這次你可以用你的筆記輔助你。

  • You will notice that this time, you are actually able to speak more fluently because you have some good ideas on paper.

    你會發現這次你可以說得比較順暢,因為你將你的想法都寫在紙上了。

  • And you will be able to expand on your ideas and give more information.

    接著你便可以擴展你的想法並加上更多細節、資訊。

  • Once the timer hits one minute, you stop.

    當計時器歸零,你就停下來。

  • And we move on to stage three.

    再接著進行第三階段。

  • Just like in stage two, you're going to go to paper and pen.

    跟第二階段一樣,你會需要用到紙筆。

  • But this time, you're going to add more ideas to your notes based on your second speech.

    但這次你要依據你第二次講的版本,在你的筆記上加上更多想法。

  • I added some ideas like this.

    如你所見,我加了這些。

  • So nowfor one final time, you're going to speak again.

    那現在你要再講最後一次。

  • This is your final speech.

    這就是你最後的短講。

  • So you set your timer for one minute, you use your notes and speak.

    計時一分鐘,運用你的筆記幫助你。

  • I'm going to give you my final speech based on my notes so you can see the difference.

    我要根據我的筆記來發表我的最後一個短講給你聽,這樣你就可以感受到不同之處。

  • So here we go.

    開始囉!

  • My favorite mode of transport is actually the train.

    我最喜歡的交通方式是搭火車。

  • I love train travel for two or three reasons.

    我喜歡鐵道旅行的原因有兩、三個。

  • The first is that the journey is usually longer than when you fly on a plane, or even when you travel by car or bus.

    第一是因為搭火車旅行的時間通常會比搭飛機或公車來得長。

  • So, as a result, it's very relaxing.

    所以這讓我感到很放鬆。

  • Another big advantage is that you get to see a lot of scenery when you ride a train.

    另一個搭火車的優點是你可以看到許多美麗的景色。

  • Now if you're riding the subway and your train is going through a tunnel the whole time, then obviously you won't see any natural beauty.

    如果你搭地鐵,結果它整趟都開在隧道裡面,那你當然就無法看見自然之美。

  • But if you're lucky enough to ride a train through the countryside, I'll tell you, that's an incredible experience.

    但如果你夠幸運,在搭火車時火車剛好駛過鄉村,那將會是個很難得的體驗。

  • But for me, personally, the best part about trains is that you get to meet people and make friends, especially on some of the longer journeys.

    對我而言,搭火車最棒的一點就是你會遇到很多人並跟他們成為朋友,尤其是在長途旅行。

  • Even if you don't take each other's phone numbers or become best buddies, you still get to have great conversations and meet some really interesting people.

    即使你們沒有交換電話號碼或變成好哥兒們,你也會遇見一些很有趣的人,跟他們愉快地聊聊。

  • So those are the three reasons why I enjoy train travel so much.

    所以這三個理由就是我享受鐵道旅行的原因。

  • Alright, I know that was a little over a minute but that's OK.

    我知道我有超過一點點超過一分鐘,但沒關係。

  • If you are in the flow, you don't have to stop at one minute.

    如果你很投入其中,也不用到了一分鐘就停下來。

  • You can keep going.

    你可以繼續說完。

  • As your fluency improves, you can challenge yourself by setting your timer for two, three or even five minutes.

    當你說得越來越流利,你可以挑戰講兩分鐘、三分鐘、甚至是五分鐘。

  • But did you notice how much better my second speech was?

    但你有沒有發現我這次的短講比第一次好很多?

  • I actually improved my fluency on this topic over the three stages.

    經過這三個階段的練習,我的流暢度的確也有所改善。

  • Now I know I said that there are three stages to this exercise but there's a bonus stage if you're really serious about improving your English.

    我知道我剛跟你們說這個練習只有三個階段,但如果你真的很想讓口說能力進步,還有另一個加分關卡。

  • That stage is: record yourself.

    這關就是「錄音」。

  • Once you have finished speaking for the third time, you can give your speech once again.

    完成第三階段後,你可以試著再重複一次。

  • But now, you speak into your cell phone or a voice recorder.

    但這次,你就用手機或錄音機錄下你說的話。

  • This is fantastic for two reasons.

    這個方法之所以這麼讚有兩個原因。

  • Because first, you can then listen back to the recording and you can identify what areas you need to improve, particularly your pronunciation.

    第一是因為當你錄完之後,你可以回去聽自己需要加強的部分,特別是發音。

  • But also, if you keep your recordings on your phone or save them to your computer, you can come back after a few weeks or a few months and listen to them and see how much you have improved since that time.

    而且如果你將這些紀錄留在手機或存在電腦,幾週或幾個月後當你回來聽,你就可以知道自己到底進步了多少。

  • I know that many of us hate listening to our own voiceswe feel really shy and embarrassed.

    我知道很多人都很討厭聽自己的聲音,我們都會覺得很害羞、很難為情。

  • But trust me, this is a very powerful way to improve your speaking: recording and listening to yourself.

    但相信我,把自己的練習錄下來聽真的能讓你的口說能力大幅進步。

  • Of course, if you don't want to do that you can just do JAMthe three stages.

    當然,如果你不想錄,你也可以只做三個階段的 JAM。

  • And that will help you to improve your fluency.

    這能夠讓你的流暢度有所進步。

  • And it takes only ten minutes.

    而且只會花上你 10 分鐘。

  • I suggest that you make this your daily fluency workoutdo it at least once a day.

    我建議你們試試這個流暢度訓練,每天至少練習一次。

  • Practice doing JAM on many different topics.

    用 JAM 練習各式各樣的主題。

  • And if you do, I guarantee you, you will become more fluent, just practicing by yourself.

    如果你都有做到,我跟你保證,單靠自己練習,你的口說能力也會比以前更加流利。

  • Alright, if you liked this lesson, give it a thumbs up by hitting the like button.

    好啦,如果你喜歡這堂課,請用力地幫我按個讚。

  • Also remember to subscribe to this channel by clicking the subscribe button to get my latest lessons right here on YouTube.

    記得按下訂閱鍵訂閱這個頻道,你就可以在 YouTube 收看最新的課程。

  • Happy learning and I will see you in another lesson soon.

    一起快樂學習吧!我們下堂課見。

Hi and welcome back.

嗨!歡迎回來。

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