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5个关于改变的习语

Advanced Vocabulary | 5 English idioms about CHANGE

嗨 我是mmmEnglish的艾玛
Hello I’m Emma from mmmEnglish!
在这节课里 我将会复习五个
In this lesson, I’ll go over five common idioms
听起来十分相似 意思也是十分相似的习语
that sound very similar, their meaning is also very similar.
它们都是有关改变的
They’re all about change.
但是在英语中 每个的使用方式有一些不同
But the way that we use each of them in English is a little different
在我先前的一些课程里也有像这样的
In some of my previous lessons like this one,
我解释过为什么习语很重要
I explained why idioms are important
用什么方法来学习
and what strategies you can use to learn them
并且记住它们
and remember them.
习语学起来会有点难度
Idioms can be a little tricky to learn
但使用起来很有趣
but they’re fun to use and they definitely
并且它们绝对让英语更有趣和更有娱乐性
make English more interesting and more entertaining.
这节课是一个进阶课
This lesson is an advanced lesson,
你将会学到一些非常相似的用语之间的
one that will teach you the subtle differences
微妙的差别
between some very similar idioms.
它将会帮助你去正确地使用它们
It will help you to use them correctly and sound
并且使你更像英语母语者
more natural like a native English speaker.
现在 我对于学习习语的建议是要经常
Now,my advice with learning idioms is always to
想象你生活中的一个场景
think about a situation in your own life
在这个场景里 这些习语的意思是相关的
where the meaning of the idiom is relevant
所以你可以将这个习语
so you can associate the idiom
与你已有的记忆和经历联系起来
with a memory or an experience that you have.
这将会帮助你去记住这个习语
It’s going to help you to remember the idiom
同时也意味着你能够用这个习语
but it will also mean you can use the idiom
随时用英语谈论那个记忆或者经历
whenever you talk about that memory or that experience in English.
超级酷的 不是吗
Super cool, right?
好 所以这节课我们将集中注意于
Okay so in this lesson we’re focusing on idioms
有关改变这个词的一些习语
with the word change.
我亲爱的爸爸曾经告诉我
Now something my dear dad used to tell me
改变是人生中唯一不变的事
is that change is the only constant in life.
它是始终如一的一件事情
It’s the one thing that stays the same.
我们周围所有的事情都在变化
Everything around us is changing.
我们的生活在改变 我们也在改变
Our lives change, we change.
所以这些习语是十分贴近和有用的
So these idioms are super relevant and helpful
这样你就可以表达你自己了
so that you can express yourself.
当我们搬到一个新的房子
When we move to a new
或开始一份新的工作
house or we start a new job,
我们遇到新的人 事情就在改变
we meet new people, things change.
当我们逐渐长大 我们在改变
As we grow older, we change.
当某些事情发生在我们的生活中
As certain things happen in our lives,
我们依然在改变
we also change.
改变并不总是很容易的
Change isn’t always easy
但用英语谈论它 应当是容易的
but being able to talk about it in English should be.
所以让我们以“改变你的想法”开始吧
So let’s start with’to change your mind
这是一个常用的表达
Now it’s a common one, one
你之前可能已经听到过
that you’ve probably heard before.
当你做一个艰难的决定或者主张时
It’s used when you make a decision
你可以用这个表达
or you form an opinion that’s different
这也是你首先就想到的那个
to the one that you first had.
我本将在九月去欧洲旅行
I was going to travel to Europe in September
但我改变了想法了 我准备改成去亚洲
but I’ve changed my mind, I’m going to go Asia instead.
我第一次遇到保罗的时候 我觉得他很古怪
When I first met Paul, I thought he was odd
但现在我已经能更好地理解他了
but now that I’ve got to know him a little better,
我已经改变想法了
I’ve changed my mind!
我第一次遇见他时 觉得他可能只是害羞
I think he was probably just shy when I first met him.
最近你有没有改变你对一些事情的想法
Have you changed your mind about something recently?
也许是关于一个假期 或可能甚至是你这个星期的计划
Perhaps about a holiday or maybe even your plans for the weekend.
也许你已经改变了对某个人的看法
Perhaps you’ve changed your mind about somebody,
你已经改变了对他们的观点
you’ve changed your opinion about them.
如果你可以想出一些 那么就告诉我
If you can think of something tell me about it,
在评论中写一个句子 我可以帮你看看对不对
write a sentence in the comments so I can check it for you.
也许你以前一直都想在美国读书
Maybe you always wanted to study in America
但现在你决定了你想去澳大利亚读书
but now you’ve decided you want to study in Australia.
或许你已经改变了你的想法
Perhaps you’ve changed your mind.
所以那就是”change your mind”的意思了
So that was’change your mind’.
那”to change your tune”或者”a change of heart”
What about’to change your tune’
是什么样用的呢
or a’change of heart’?
变手法 换口味
‘a change of scene”a change
所有这些习语是相似的
of pace’ Now all of these idioms are similar
但我们使用它们的方式有点略有不同
but the way that we use them is slightly different,
如果当你讲英语的时候
something that you need to understand
你想要听起来自然
and you need to pay attention to
那么有些事情是你需要理解和关注的
if you want to sound natural when you’re speaking English.
改变你的态度通常是用来表达
‘To change your tune’ is usually used
某人的观点改变了
when someone’s opinion changes
或是某人的行为改变了
or someone’s behaviour changes
而且通常是由消极到积极的转变
and usually it’s from a negative to a positive one.
所以想象你有一个同事
So imagine that you have a colleague
和你抱怨你们老板几个月了
who’s been complaining about your boss for months.
他们相处得并不好
They don’t get on well together,
他们在大多数事情上都有分歧 并且你的同事总是固执己见
they disagree on most things and your colleague can be quite stubborn about it.
但是突然间 你的同事走进办公室
But suddenly, your colleague comes into the office
开始说你们的老板真的很好
and starts saying that your boss is really nice
和他一起共事真的很棒
and that he’s really great to work with.
他甚至每天去给他递一杯咖啡
He even goes and gets him a coffee every morning
然后你认为
and you think
你真的已经改变了你的态度
“You’ve really changed your tune!”
他们已经改变了他们的想法
They’ve changed their opinion
而且他们改变了
and they’ve changed the way that they
和他们周围的人相处的行为方式
behave around this person.
这一年我一直在努力说服
This whole year I’ve been trying to convince Shah,
我的未婚夫Shah去旅游
my fiance, to go on a holiday
但是他一直说 不
and he’s been saying “No,
太贵了我们付不起
it’s too expensive we can’t afford it!”
但昨晚他回到家
But last night he came home and he
说他想买去东京的车票
said he wanted to buy tickets to Tokyo
我想
and I thought
他是真的改变了他的态度
“Hmm he’s really changed his tune.”
他已经完全改变了对于假期的想法
His opinion about the holiday has completely changed.
他改变了他的态度
He’s changed his tune.
但是 “a change of heart”有点不同
Now’a change of heart’ is slightly different.
你可以把它当作名词短语来看待
You can see that it’s treated like a noun phrase.
它总是写成a change of heart
It’s always a change of heart
通常都是单数的
and it’s usually singular.
而且这个习语是有关态度的改变
And this idiom is about a change in attitude.
这是一种你对某些东西的感觉的改变
A change in the way that you feel about something.
所以想象你发现了一件连衣裙
So imagine that you found a dress
它很适合穿去你朋友的婚礼
and it’s perfect to wear to your friend’s wedding.
它真的很漂亮
It’s gorgeous,
你很喜欢它 但你不确定它是否搭配
you love it but you’re not sure if it’s going to go with
你已经买回家的那双鞋
the shoes that you’ve already got at home.
你不确定是否应该买它
You’re not sure if you should buy it.
但售货员说 如果你改变心意了
But the shop assistant says “ If you have a change of heart,
你明天可以退回来
you can return it tomorrow.”
现在注意了 如果你不用之前那个表达方法
Now be careful that you don’t use this idiom
就别用这个习语
in the same way as the previous ones.
你不可能说“He changed his heart”
You can’t say”He changed his heart”
或”I changed my heart”
or”I changed my heart”
这种说法没用 它和之前不一样了
It doesn’t work, it’s not the same,
这样听起来有点奇怪
it sounds a bit weird.
它通常使用动词“have”
It’s usually used with the verb’have’.
他改变心意了
He had a change of heart.
她将可能会改变主意
She will probably have a change of heart.
我仍记得在我十八岁时
I still remember when I was eighteen years
我要搬出我父母家
old and I moved out of my family home.
和朋友们搬去在城市里的
I was moving into an apartment with
一间公寓
some friends in the city and
当我和我爸妈告别时
as I was saying goodbye to my parents,
我开始感觉离别真的很难过
I started feeling really sad that I was leaving
所以我妈妈说 好了 如果你改变心意了
so my mum said”Well if you have a change of heart
决定搬回家 我们永远欢迎你
and you decide to move back home, you’ll always be welcome.”
这让我对分别感觉好点了
which made me feel a lot better about leaving.
现在谈到搬家 我们有下一个习语
Now speaking of moving house, we have our next idiom,
改变场景或改变风景
‘a change of scene’ or’a change of scenery’.
这个习语常常用来表达
And this idiom is used when
当你搬去不同的环境时
you move to different surroundings,
你知道 一个不同的环境
you know, a different environment.
它可以用来谈论你住的地方
It could be used to talk about where you live
或者你工作的地方
or where you work.
蒂姆厌倦了在他爸爸公司里上班
Tim was tired of working at his father’s company.
他想要改变环境
He wanted a change of scene
所以他申请了一份在悉尼的工作
so he applied for a job in Sydney.
我对这个小小的城镇感到十分厌倦了
I’m so tired of this little, tiny town.
我已经在这生活了十二年了
I’ve been living here for twelve years.
我需要改变环境
I need a change of scenery!
我要搬去纽约
I’m going to move to New York.
A change of pace用于相似的方法
A change of pace is used in a similar way.
从你的一般的日常计划中做出改变
It talks about a change from your normal, daily routine
所以你可以用它来表达
so you can use it to say
这段时间你需要尝试一些不同的东西
that you need to try something different for a while
改变你习惯做的一件事
A change from what you’re used to.
如果这几天你感觉没有动力学英语
If you’re not feeling very inspired by English these days
或者非常有积极性去锻炼
or very motivated to practise,
也许你需要换种方式了
perhaps you need a change of pace.
你可以去其他国家旅行
You could travel to another country where you
在那里你必须要大量地使用和练习英语
have to use your English and practise more.
所以 现在你学到了
So there you have it!
五个有用的关于改变的习语
Five useful idioms all about change,
虽然它们都有非常相似的意思
ones that all have very similar meanings
但使用时还是略有不同
but are used slightly differently.
你可以很自信的去和所有的讲英语国家的
You can be confident using any of them
英语母语者使用这些习语
with a native English speakers from all English-speaking countries.
学会它们真的很有用
They’re really useful ones to learn
因为它们是如此相似
because they’re so common.
去理解它们之间的差别的最好的方式 就是用它们来练习
The best way to understand the difference between them is to practise using them.
所以在评论里
So get down in the comments and write
用这些习语写些句子给我看
a few sentences using these idioms for me.
我会告诉你
I’ll let you know
你是否需要用什么方式改动或者重写它们
if you need to change them or rewrite them in any way.
别害羞
Don’t be shy.
如果你改变了对你的句子的观点
If you change your mind about your sentence,
你之后随时可以编辑你的评论
you can always edit your comment later.
如果你喜欢在这个课程里学习的讨论改变的新方式
If you enjoyed learning new ways to talk about change
我想要推荐一本书给你
in this lesson, I want to recommend a book for you
《你要去哪里,伯纳黛特?》
‘Where’d you go Bernadette?’
这是一本搞笑娱乐的书
Its a funny entertaining book
讲述的是一位母亲在一家人去南极洲旅行前失踪的故事
about a mother who goes missing before a family trip
它给你提供了很多机会
to Antarctica and it offers countless opportunities
去使用本节课所学的习语
to use the idioms that you learned in this lesson
并且思考贯穿我们生活的普遍变化
and to think about change generally throughout our lives
下面有这本书和有声书描述的链接
There’s a link to the book and the audiobook in the description below.
我推荐我所有学生去听有声书
You know I recommend audible to all of my students
这是学习新词汇和正确发音
as a way to learn new vocabulary and the correct pronunciation
在语境中英语单词的正确发音的一种方式
the natural pronunciation of English words in context.
如果你现在才刚听
Now if you’re new to Audible,
你可以打开描述下的链接
you can actually get this audiobook for free
免费得到这个有声书
using the link in the description below.
尽情享受吧
Enjoy!
你们订阅我的频道了吗
Hey have you subscribed to my channel yet?
一定要订阅哦表达你对mmmEnglish的爱
Make sure you do! Show your love for mmmEnglish
还有点击下面的这个红色按钮
and click that red button down there.
当然你可以一直
And of course you can keep practising
和我练习你的英语
your English with me,
以下是我推荐的其它几门优质课程
here are a couple of other great lessons that I recommend.
我下周回来会给你们带来另一节课
I’ll be back here next week with another lesson just for you.
那现在拜拜咯
Bye for now!

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五个关于改变的习语及其使用的差别

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