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从你的词汇表里去掉“Very”

Drop ‘VERY’ from your Vocabulary. Learn Intensifiers – Advanced English lesson to speak fluently.

你是怎么描述
So how do you describe something
一件非常好吃的东西的呢?
that’s really really tasty?
你会说:“非常好吃”吗?
Do you say: very tasty?
或者:“非常非常好吃”呢?
Or very very tasty?
但是“非常”二词并没有真实地传达出你的信息
But doesn’t really convey your message.
如果你常用“非常”这个词
If you keep using the word “very”,
为了表达你的真情实感
in order to convey your exact emotion,
或表达你的意思
or to convey your message,
它真的不是都有用
it’s not always really going to help.
“非常”可以加强程度
“Very” is an intensifier.
它是一个用来强调某事物的词
It’s a word that you use to emphasize on something.
我是索尼娅 今天我们一起
But today with me Sonia,
学会怎样不用“非常”
you’re going to learn how to drop “very”
在谈话中
from your conversation
在哪里不用它
where it’s not required,
并且在你的词汇中用更好的词
and use much better words in your English vocabulary.
让我们一起来看一下
So let’s have a look together.
第一个非常
The very first one.
非常漂亮
Very beautiful.
当看到一个美丽女孩 你会怎样说
So what do you say when you see a very pretty girl
在路上走时
walking down the road?
你会告诉朋友:你知道吗?
You’ll tell your friend: you know what,
我看到了一个非常非常漂亮的女孩
I saw a very very beautiful girl.
换句话 你也可以说:
But instead of that, you could just say:
我看到一个烂漫的女孩
I saw a gorgeous girl
在路上走时
walking down the road.
或者说昨天我在路上看到一个惊艳的模特
Or, I saw a stunning model at the mall yesterday.
所以避免使用“非常”
So instead of just using the word “very”
是为了着重表达的意思
in order to emphasize what you’re trying to say,
可以用像“烂漫”或“惊艳”这样的词
you can use words like “gorgeous” or “stunning”.
当把它们用到句子里 真的很棒
They sound really good when you use them in a sentence.
下一个:
The next one here:
非常大声
very loud.
你知道有时我们听到
You know sometimes when we hear
一阵鞭炮声
fire crackers at a bust.
它们是如此大声 这声音是这样
They are so aloud, the sound is so
非常大声 对吗?
so very loud, right?
但 如果你用一个词像
But, if you use a word like
“震耳欲聋的”
“deafening”.
这个词语比刚才说的更贴切
This word makes much more sense than just saying
“非常大声”
“very loud”.
事实上它更加准确地表达
It actually conveys the exact
实际上你的想法
message that you want to actually put across.
所以也许在这句话中你可以说:
So maybe in the sentence you could say:
昨晚直到十一点左右
Well last night around eleven,
我们听到从后院传来的震耳欲聋的声音
we heard a deafening sound in the backyard.
所以“震耳欲聋的”可以替换“非常大声”
So “deafening” can replace “very loud”.
下一个:
Next one here:
非常开心
very happy.
这是很常用的对吗?
This is very commonly used right?
非常开心 我非常非常开心
Very happy. I’m very very happy.
但你不能每次说同样的话
But you can’t say the same thing everytime.
不说非常开心 你可以说:
Instead of very happy you could say:
“兴奋的”
“elated”.
是的 兴奋的意思是
Yes, elated means to be
非常开心
very happy.
所以说如果你是嗯……你知道如果你
So say if you are umm…you know if you
参加一场比赛
participated in a competition,
你也竭尽全力
and you put in all of your hard work,
并且得了第一名
and you won the first place.
那心情会怎样呢?
So how would you feel?
你会感到兴奋
You would feel elated.
而不是说
Instead of just saying
非常开心
very happy.
因此在一句话中你可以说:
So in a sentence you could say:
赢得了比赛 我很兴奋
Well I was so elated when I won the competition,
我都不知道怎样形容自己的心情了
I did not know how to express my emotions.
下一个
The next one here.
所以你会是非常开心
So if you can be very happy,
但有时候也会很伤心
you could also be very sad sometimes.
若是想说“非常伤心”
So if you want to say “very sad”,
换言之
instead of that,
可以这样子说:
you could say something like:
“沮丧的”
“depressed”.
我知道 这个词像是这样 对吗?
I know, the world is like that, okay?
沮丧可以用来替代
Depressed could be in replace of
非常伤心
very sad.
所以说 你或许会遇到一个朋友
So say maybe if you have a friend,
最近他和女朋友分手了
who’s recently broke up with his girlfriend.
于是你可以说:你知道吗?
So you could say: you know what,
我的朋友似乎很沮丧
my friend seems very depressed
自从他失恋了
since his breakup.
但你知道吗 如果你有一个这样的朋友
But you know what, if you have a friend like that,
请告诉他们走出来
please tell them to move on.
时间可以治愈一切
Time heals everything.
下一个:
The next one here:
非常困惑
very confused.
你不知道做什么决定
You don’t know what to decide,
正如一个星期前 我记得
like I remember, about a week ago,
我想买一台新手机
I wanted to buy a new phone.
于是我做了一些调查
So I did some research,
并在互联网上找到了一对型号
and I checked a couple of models on the internet.
我想已经知道要买什么了
And I thought that I knew what I wanted to buy.
实际上 当走进手机店时
But when I actually went to the phone shop,
这里摆着很多的型号
there were so many models on display,
这让我感到非常困惑
and I was so very confused.
我真的真的困惑
I was really really confused.
与其说非常困惑 我可以简单地说
Instead of saying very confused, I could simply say:
我迷惑了
I was baffled.
这个词听起来是不是很酷?迷惑
Doesn’t the word sound so cool? Baffled.
所以当我在话语中说那样的意思 我可以说
So when I wanna say that in a sentence I could say:
我想去手机店买部手机
I want to buy a phone at a phone shop.
那里摆着很多型号
There were so many models on display
让我完全地迷惑了
that I was totally baffled.
什么都没买就回家去了
And I just came back home, without anything.
下一个:非常大
The next one: very big.
好的?那么
Okay? So,
换出很大
in place of very big,
可以用这样的词语
you can use words like
巨大的或庞大的
massive or gigantic.
是的 如果你注意到这个 来看下
Yes, if you noticed this, look at this one,
巨大的 事实上它听起来
massive. It actually sounds
比刚才说的非常大更好
much better than just saying very big.
我有一个朋友 他真有个
So I have a friend who has a really
在乡村的大平房
big bungalow in the countryside.
但它真的是巨大的
But it’s really huge.
于是我也可以说
So maybe I could say:
我的朋友克洛伊在乡村有个巨大的平房
My friend Chloe has a massive bungalow in the countryside.
当我说巨大的
When I say massive,
它看起来这的就像我说的那么大
it really shows to be what I mean to say very big.
最后 如果我可以说非常大 我也可以说
And finally if I could say very big, I could also say:
非常小
very small.
但什么可以用来替换非常小呢?
But what could I use in place of very small?
我可以简单地说
I could simply say:
微小的 或者我可以说
tiny, or I could say:
极微小的
Teeny tiny.
又或者可以说
Or I could say:
小的 好的
miniscule. OK?
这三个词语意思是一样的
All these three words mean the same thing.
它们的意思真的是非常小的
They mean very small like really small.
也许在一句话中我可以这样子说
So maybe in the sentence I could say something like:
我要包装这份礼物
I need to pack this gift
用这箱子 但这个箱子真的太小了
in the box, but the box is really tiny.
礼物装不进去
The gift is not going to fit into it.
好的?或这个箱子真是太小了
Okay? Or the box is really teeny tiny.
装不进这个礼物
The gift is not going to fix into it.
按这样的方式 如果你看见这种词 可以用很多不同的词
So this way, if you look at the words, you can use so many different words
替换所说的 非常
in place of just saying: very.
例如 你可以说
So for example you could say:
“烂漫的”代替“非常漂亮”
“gorgeous” instead of “very beautiful”.
或者“兴奋的” 看这个词 可以替换
Or “elated”, look at this word, instead of
“非常开心”
“very happy”.
代替“非常困惑” 你知道自己不懂怎样做
In place of “very confused”, you know when you don’t know what to do,
或者你什么也不知道 那么
or you don’t know a non. So,
你说“迷惑的” 让人觉得你很聪明
You can sound really smart and say “baffled”.
对吗?或者替换“非常大”
Alright? Or in place of “very big”,
你可以说“巨大的”或“庞大的”
you could say “massive” or “gigantic”.
所以朋友灵活运用这些
So friends make sure that you use these
我们今天学到的词汇在日后的对话中
new words that you’ve learned today in your day to day conversation.
不要让人听得乏味 去掉“非常”
Don’t sound boring and drop “very”
从你的词汇中在不需要的地方
from your vocabulary where is not required.
今天的课上到这里 谢谢观看
I’m done with today’s lesson. I hope you enjoyed watching.
记得要勤加练习 我会很快更新的 再见
Make sure you keep practicing, and I’ll see you soon. Bye.
你好 欢迎来到我的新课
Hello and welcome to my new lesson.
我的名字是Emmelda
My name is Emmelda.
这节课会很有用 对所有的
And this lesson will be useful to all of those
努力学英语的人
who are trying to learn English.
你或许在初级阶段或中级阶段
You’re probably at the beginner stage or at the intermediate state.
想知道怎样吗?
Wanna know how?
我们将谈到词汇
We will be talking about vocabulary.
你知道 英语有四点五百万的单词
Now you see, English has four and a half million words.
这是确切的
That’s correct.
每年大约有两万五的单词加入到你们的词典
Each year approximately twenty-five thousand words are added to your dictionary.
学完所有单词 几乎是不可能
It’s practically impossible to learn all the words
和它们的意思
and their meanings.
所以今天的课是关于
So today’s lesson is all about
尝试去拆分词汇 找到
trying to break the words and see
或增加一些提示分开它们 好吗?
or gain some clues out of those words. Right?
我们怎样去做它呢?
How are we going to do it?
它非常简单
It’s very simple.
每次你拆分一个单词
Every time you break the word,
它会给你提示
the word will give you clues.
让我们拆一个单词
Let’s break a word.
“期间”怎样
How about “duration”?
期间:“dure”这个词与时间有关
Duration: the word “dure” has to do something with time.
所以“在……时候”或“期间”都和时间有关
So “during” or “duration” has to do something with time.
对的 这就是我们今天要讲的
Alright, that’s what we have for today.
所以让我们拆开这些词吧
So let’s break the word.
首先 你要拆一个词时
The first, when you break a word,
先理解它的前缀
the first thing you see is a prefix.
前缀是放在单词前面的部分
Prefix is that portion of the word that comes at the beginning of the word.
也就是说你的单词是像这样的
Let’s say if you word is like this,
前面部分就是前缀
this portion will be your prefix.
举几个简单的例子 首先……
Let’s take a look at a few examples. The first…
哈罗 你好 我的名字是米歇尔
Hello, how are you? My name is Michelle.
欢迎来到这节课
Welcome to the lesson.
谢谢 我不懂
Thank you. I do not understand.
为什么人们这样说英语
Why people talk like this in English?
这听起来很僵硬
This sounds so automatic,
听起来像一个机器人
and this sounds just like a robot.
这是我们在学校学到的英语
This is how we have learned English in our schools,
有时我们也会这样僵硬地结束谈话
and sometimes we end up speaking like this,
听起来很不自然 也不很正常
which sounds very unnatural and also not so normal.
这节课带你去学习
So in this lesson we will lead you to learning
怎样像平常一样谈话 听起来自然
how to talk like human being and sound more natural,
不那么假
and not so fake.
我的名字是米歇尔 如我之前说的
My name is Michelle as I already told you,
我们在这会去理解一些词语和段落
and we’re going to look at some words and phrases here,
我会把那些段落表达得更加自然
which I am going to change into more natural phrases.

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视频概述

你经常会说非常非常大、漂亮这类的话吗?这节课会告诉你们,不用非常非常也可以说出非常非常

听录译者

Abbi Gao

翻译译者

Xiaoting

审核员

审核员HL

视频来源

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AOWILiFOnmA

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