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  • 视频听录【英式口音】

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    Interviewer: Well, Adriano, welcome again to Mandarin Oriental here in Guangzhou. How do you feel in our hotel?

    Interviewee: Very, very well. Extremely comfortable. Decoration is very elegant and sophisticated, very, very nice. People are very friendly. I’ve been travelling all around the world trying to improve the quality, following factories, following design projects, but I have a, this one is the best place to stay. 

    Interviewer: That’s great. Thank you. And I need a little bit more information for my project creating the high tea here at Mandarin Oriental. 

    Interviewee: MissSixty, is probably the first brand that took the jean to a totally different level. More oriented to a feminine kind of customer, a little bit more sexy and sophisticated with a very good taste. We are expanding our vision in every segment of fashion. You see for instance this skirt, is a good example about the conversation that we had about the shades. And about the fact that, denim is expanding in totally different categories. You see for instance this one is, we start on top with a very dark blue, we go down and you see the bottom is almost white. And so we’ve been shading in different blue colors of every single part of the garment. The other thing that you notice clearly, this one is not a jeans, you don’t go to work with something like this, you go after work for something that many hour is very important for your life. We’re trying to have our frame bigger and bigger. You know, in the past was this small, today it’s growing into the general style like for the people. 

    Interviewer: So it becomes a lifestyle. 

    Interviewee: Absolutely. 

    Interviewer: It’s all about a lifestyle,….

    Interviewee: Yeah.

    Interviewer:…. not fashion,

    Interviewee: Yeah.

    Interviewer: …not just being restricted into one corner. That’s wonderful and I think with this inspiration, I think what goes onto the plate we’re also rather flexible. Going back to the color blue, which still creates sort of a headache, in the challenge to me to work with blue as a color in food. 

    Interviewee: The color blue has a reason because indigo is a natural color. It’s probably the first color that was discovered. So has a long, long history and is part of the culture of many, many different countries. The blue, is probably the more friendly color. It is giving to the people a sense of safety. It’s the color of the sky, the water. It’s not only one color, we have so many shades of blue. What we’re trying to do is to have a menu where the blue of course is the main course, but on the side we have a lot of things that they are in other colors that complete our aesthetic. 

    Interviewer: To complement…

    Interviewee: Yeah.

     

  • 会议录音听录【多种口音 有噪音】

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    Speaker 1: Ladies and gentlemen, I'm [0:03 inaudible], and I will be your host this evening. It's my pleasure to welcome you to Macau, and to the sixth annual Master of Time event, hosted by DFS. Now before we start please allow me to introduce our senior DFS executives, who are going to join us here today. Philippe Schaus, Chairman and CEO. Harold Brooks, our President of Global Merchandising. Andrea O'Donnell who will succeed Harold as President of Global Merchandising after his retirement in November. Sibylle Scherer President of Consumer Marketing and Branding. Benjamin Vuchot, Regional President of North Asia, and Christophe Chaix, Senior Vice President, Global Merchandising for watches, jewellery, accessories and [1:08 inaudible]. 

    Speaker 1: Now tonight we're here to celebrate the unveiling of DFS's Master of Time collection for 2014, and I'd like to invite Harold up on stage with me to tell us a little bit more about it. Please Harold.

    Speaker 2: Hey there, good to see you. So, welcome everyone, especially to our media friends, from Macau, and for those who have travelled so far. China, Hong Kong, didn't travel all that far. The Middle East, Singapore, Japan. I see so many familiar faces, its been nice to see some of you again, and I look forward to having the opportunity to say hello later today, later tonight, as well as tomorrow, thank you. 

    Speaker 1: Thank you Harold, now I have a background in television journalism like a lot of us in this room do, and we love a really good story. So, what's the story behind Master of Time? 

    Speaker 2: Well, for those of you who are familiar with DFS, we have been in existence for over 54 years. The Masters Series, the Master of Time is our annual exhibition of those very rare and very exclusive timepieces. In total, we have curated an assortment of over 400 watches today, timepieces and jewellery. From truly the most unique, and the greatest manufacturers and brand partners that you could ever imagine. Tonight, you're all going to get a sneak preview, hopefully some of you have seen some of these beautiful timepieces as you walked down the aisles on your way in. I feel confident that you'll have the opportunity to see all of them, as you, as you finish dinner.

    Speaker 2: We pioneered this event 6 years ago. Now the purpose of the event was really to truly explain to the world that T Galleria by DFS here, to show what we're capable of bringing to all of you. The true collectors, as well as the journalists, to explain how we at DFS curated the assortment that is truly second to none. 

    Speaker 2: The Masters Series, is something that we have started as I said earlier 6 years ago, and has expanded to a Masters Experience event which was held 3 week ago, in Singapore, and this past spring in Abu Dhabi, for our Master of Fragrances.

  • 教育节目听录【多角色 混和口音】

    Welcome to this bite size edition of the youdao talk show, 老外看东西. As usual, I’m joined by, not a bite-sized host, the full-sized host, Ali.

    Yeah, I’m full-sized.

    How is it going?

    I’m fine.

    We’ve only got one term today.

    That’s great.

    Do wanna see what it is?

    Of course.

    Here we go.

    Knock Knock

    Only one term, it’s a rather strange term. That term is ‘KNOCK KNOCK’.

    Yeah, I know, just means 敲门. It's too easy for our audience.

    Because they’re all geniuses.

    Yes you're right. But still, really? That’s all we’re talking about?

    No well, it also has a different meaning, It doesn't just means 敲门, it can also be used as an informal hello when you enter a room when people don’t know you entered such as “Knock knock”. It means hello. Hello.

    Knock knock means hello. Oh, oh… that’s useful, that’s really useful. I got that. But still, really? I think, that’s where we gonna end the show? Byebye~

    NO no no! We can’t end the show. We can’t. We’re also looking at this term “Knock knock” because of a show in America called Knock Knock Live which features celebrities and it recently starred this guy:

    (pic 1 David Beckham)

    So that of course was

    David Beckham

    David Beckham. And this show, it features very deserving families. They receive visit from celebrities such as Beckham, and there’s receive cash prizes and other prizes. Now this particular family, or the family that David visited, were a very deserving family. The father was a previous professional football player in Mexico but he gave that up to support his family with a construction job, so David paid him a visit and when they opened the door, he said this:

    (Video I’m David)

    Ah ah, I know, he should have just said “Knock knock” right? Am I right? I learned that right? Because he is David Beckham, everybody knows him.

    Yeah, yeah.

    I’m so excited.

    Anyway, he went in and he met the family and he gave them all free iPhones. That’s nice and a contract on the iPhone paid for 10 years so they’ll never have to pay a phone bill and ahh…What else they get? Ah he gave them a cheque for 100,000 dollars, causing them all to do this:

    (pic 2,3)

    How touching!

    Ah right, yeah it’s very touching indeed. And we have learned the term “Knock Knock”. Which is good but still, I don’t think you know, it’s not much, it’s not enough.

    Well how about if I teach you something else?


    OK, I’d like to learn.

    Have you heard of a “Knock, knock” joke.

    Knock, knock joke?

    A “Knock, knock” joke. It’s the most popular form of a joke in English language.

    Really? Just knock the door, I don’t get it.

    OK, let’s try one.

    OK.

    It’s got a very rigid formula you have to follow. Alright?

    Alright.

    So, knock knock.

    Who’s there?

    Europe

    Europe who?

    No! You’re a poo!

    Oh I’m poo. Ah, alright, I got it. Alright.

    See what I did there.

    Europe who? No, you’re a poo.

    OK, you got this. One more. One more alright?

    One more? Alright.

    Knock Knock.

    Who’s there?

    A cow goes.

    A cow goes who?

    No, a cow goes MOOOOOO!

    Oh…OK.

    See what I did there. You said ‘a cow goes who’.

    That’s….That’s a good one.

    Will you remember me in a year?

    Of course.

    Will you remember me in a month?

    Of course.

    Will you remember me in a week?

    I will always remember you.

    Will you remember me tomorrow?

    Yeah, for sure.

    Knock knock.

    Who’s there?

    You’ve forgotten me already!

    You broke my heart. You bastard. I wanna end the show now.

    Let’s end the show then. Join us again for another edition of the Youdao Talk show soon. Bye!

    Bye!

    Welcome to yet another bite-sized edition of 老外看东西, the Youdao Talk show. And as usual, I’m joined by Ali.

    Yeah, I'm fast and furious.

    Fast and furious? Alright, so we go to our only single term today.

    Yeah we gonna make it quick.

     

    Mortified

    The term today is Mortified, an adjective used to describe the feeling of…

    Embarrassment.

    But the word mortified is much stronger than just feeling embarrassed.

    Yeah it just feels like so embarrassed, like I think it just feels really really really really really really embarrassed about yourself. I think in Chinese we can say 没有面子.

    Hmmm. Noodles?

    Not, 面子, not noodles OK? It means face. No face.

    Oh face, oh right, OK. Yeah, we have this concept in Britain of losing face. That’s where you getting embarrassed in front of your peers, people that know you or people that don’t know you maybe. Anyway, you get embarrassed and you lose face and you feel mortified.

    Right.

    But I think this feeling, you know, this…this concept of 面子 or face, is much stronger here in China than it is in Britain.

    So much stronger. We do everything for 面子, you know. We dress nice for 面子, and then we praise our bosses, and they need their 面子, otherwise we cannot get 票子 which is money. And also, every time, you know, when we have a dinner together with our friends, everyone try to pay, you know, like for everybody. So because if you don’t pay you have no 面子. Everyone just fight for it. Let me pay, let me pay.

    You know what?

    But that guy actually don’t pay in the end.

    I never tried to pay.

    Haha, because you have no 面子.

    I don’t care about 面子.

    Then why are we talking about this?

    Do you wanna see who is feeling mortified though recently? These people.

    Let’s take a look.

    (pics 4-7)

    Ahhhh! What was the crime of these people?

    Well these people are feeling mortified, because they had been jaywalking, which is when you cross the road somewhere you’re not supposed to, or you cross the road before the little green man has turned to green, from red to green. Alright. So, But anyway, I don’t know why these people in Shenzhen are feeling mortified by having to wear a green hat. I quite like green and…. I often wear…I like wearing green hats.

    Wait, wait Stu, you’re saying you like to wear a green hat?

    Yes.

    I laugh at paraphrases. So you like to wear… So in Chinese, 你喜欢戴绿帽子?

    Yes!

    Really? Really?

    Yeah, I enjoy, I infact love wearing a green hat. Looking cool.

    Ah…alright Stu, so as your best friend here in China, I suggest we’re not doing that in the future.

    Oh yeah?

    It’s not good. Because let me explain that. Here in China, if a guy is wearing a green hat or say 戴绿帽子, it means that his wife has been cheated on him and then everyone will just kind of laugh at him because you know, like his wife just went with someone else, like , you know like a 武大郎 or yeah. So don’t... don’t do that.

    I’m absolutely mortified. I think we have to end this, this episode of the show. So join us again soon for another edition of the 老外看东西.

    The bite-sized show.

     

    It can only get better from here on in

    Hello, and welcome to another bite-sized edition of 老外看东西, the Youdao Talk show. As usual, I’m joined by…

    Ah, This is me. Ali again. Yo!

    Ali. We’re gonna look at a sentence today. Not a term, a sentence. Shall we have a look?

    Yeah.

    So this sentence is used by native English speakers all the time. I use it all the time, other native English speakers use it all the time. What’s the sentence? 

    Yeah! The sentence is: It can only get better from here on in.

    From here on in. Now this means, or people use this when something bad happens, OK? And it means that things can’t get any worse. If you had some bad luck, it’s very bad and things can only get better. They cannot get worse. Can you think of any example so you might use this sentence?

    Yeah, of course man, I’ve been saying this sentence all the time when I’m doing this show.

    Really?

    Yeah, you know, our show sometimes it gets so unfunny, just like so awkward, like I just feel so bad and then I just wanna quit doing it but I just say this to myself. Can only get better from here on in.

    But I always thought that our show was quite funny.

    No man, not really. And it’s your fault. You should know that, because you write this. Tch. Really bad.

    Ah! Well okay, another person who might be using this sentence or saying this sentence to themselves is Maddison Keeney. Do you know who that is?

    No!

    She’s a girl, she’s from Australia and she does this:

    (pic Keeney)

    Oh OK, she’s a diver.

    Yes, and she’s known for doing very difficult dives.

    Alright, good for her, but why was she saying this sentence “it can only get better from here on in”?

    That’s because, she crashed out of the 1 meter springboard event at the FINA World Championships in Russia because she got a perfect 0. So, things could only get better for her.

    Yeah, of course, she scored 0. It cannot go worse.

    Wrong! It did go worse. Because several days later, in a 3 meter event she tripped, she fell, she lost a couple of points and got pushed down to 7th.

    Ah it’s bad luck for her. But Stu if you think about it, she still got some points. So, you know, it was 0 and now she still got some points, so I think it’s logical for her to say this sentence: it can only get better from here on in.

    Yes, I suppose you are right.

    But I can only imagine, what a 0 dive is. What is that? How can…anyone get a 0?

    (video dive)

    And this is what your coach would look like after you’ve made a zero point dive.

    (video coaches face)

    So maybe things did get better from there on in. Now you got 0, 0, 0…But unfortunately now, everyone in China is also seeing this dive.

    Emm, and personally it’s your fault, you know? Because our show is so popular, everyone has seen it, and then more people. And you’re bad, you’re mean. But for me, things can only get better from here on in because we’re about to end the show and I’m going to bounce.

    Was that better than doing the show?

    Yeah, I think anything us.

    Oh OK. Well, join us again soon for another edition of a 老外看东西.

    See ya.

    Bye. 


  • 教程听译【专业领域】

    3D Camera Tracker
    3D摄像机跟踪

    Hey what’s up guys Kris Truini here for Kriscoart Productions,
    大家好!我是KRISCOART PRODUCTION Kris Truini

    welcome to this new and exciting tutorial
    欢迎来到新的一节激动人心的课程

    today we are going to be looking at how to track camera in 3-D space in after effects.
    今天我们来学习如何在AE中在做3D摄像机跟踪

    So let’s get started and lets take a look at the clip we are going to be using today,
    开始吧,先看下今天要用的影片剪辑

    I shot this over in Miami at the art district that they have,
    这是我在迈阿密的艺术区拍摄的

    it’s a little bit shaky, to little bit shaky at first but we’re not going to be using that section.
    刚开始有点抖,但这一段我们不用

    That might cause issues if if you know you have a lot of motion blur a lot of shakiness in your footage,
    因为它可能会导致一些问题,运动模糊或者抖动之类的

    that’s definitely something you want to try and avoid,
    这种问题你当然要避免

    this for part right here it steady enough for us to be able to track our information.
    这部分比较稳定,可以用来做跟踪

    There are a couple of foreground elements that swing
    现在镜头前的这些物体来回晃动,

    in front of the camera might throw your tracker off, maybe it might not.
    可能会干扰跟踪效果,当然也不一定

     So lets import that by dragging and dropping it into our project right here.
    把它拖放到项目里面

    What I’m going to do is I’m going to drag this clip over the icon and that’s going
    然后把它拖放到这个图标上面就会创建一个新的合成

    to create a new composition of the same size and duration of your clip.
    新建的合成和原影片的分辨率及时长一样

    I’m going to double click on the layer
    双击这一

    and then click on this begin bracket here which pretty much sets an inpoint for your clip.
    然后点击开始括号,相当于给影片剪辑设置一个入点

    Then we have all this blank space here that we don't really need
    然后这里就会出现一些我们用不上的空白

    so I’m going to bring in my work area, right click on it and Trim Comp to Work Area.
    所以我要把工作区往回拉一点,右击,选择Trim Comp to Work Area(裁剪合成适配工作区).

     

     So now we have our composition ready to go and ready to apply our camera tracker.

    现在合成就可以用来做摄像跟踪了

     

     With the clip selected we’re going to go under Animation, and we’re going to select Track Camera.

    选中影片剪辑后,点击Animation(动画)菜单下的Track Camera(跟踪摄像机)

     

     Now we’re going to let after effects do its magic here,

    现在就到了AE施展魔法的时候

     

    you can see it’s saying analyzing in background,

    可以看到上面显示说正在后台分析

     

    what that means is you can pretty much do other things in after effects,

    这意味着你可以先在AE中干别的事儿

     

    this is just a background task that will be running as you’re doing other things.

    这是一个后台任务,你可以同时做别的事情

     

     Do keep that in mind because if you don't have a lot of RAM,

    但是请记住,如果你电脑内存很小

     

    and if your computer’s a bit slow, I really recommend you not to touch anything.

    或者你的电脑很慢,我强烈建议你这个时候不要动任何东西

     

     Like I said this is only for slower computers

    这只是针对慢电脑而言

     

     otherwise you can go ahead and do other things and let this work in the background.

    否则你就可以继续做别的事情,让后台任务同时进行

     

     You can see it’s pretty fast over here, we’re almost done, it’s not a long clip, now you can see it says ‘solving for camera’, and ‘Boom’ done.

    可以看到这里非常快,基本上快完成了

     

     Now it might not look like much but as you can see there are a bunch of dots on our screen.

    可能看起来不多,但屏幕上有大量的点

     

     And as I scroll through here, my resolution drops quite a bit,

    在拖动进度条预览的时候分辨率会降低一点

     

    but you can see that those dots are actually sticking in place.

    可以看到这些点都固定在那些位置上

     

     So there’s a couple of cool things that we can now do with this.

    所以有了这些点我们就可以做很多很酷的东西

     

     We’re going to use these dots in order for us to create 3D objects

    我们要用这些点来创建3D对象放在屏幕上

     

    that we can place on our scene, and also to create our camera.

    也可以用这些点来创建摄像机

     

     I’m not going to go into depth with all these parameters.

    这些参数先不讲得太多 

     

     Another important thing to remember is to know here in the advanced section,

    另一个比较重要的,要知道这里的高级选项

     

    the Average Air says right now 0.88 pixels,

    这个Average Air现在是0.88像素,

     

    anything below or around 1 pixel is really good.

    任何接近或低于1像素的都会有很好的效果

     

     A few things you want to avoid when you’re planning on doing any kind of tracking and post, is definitely avoid reflections, lens flares, any kind of motion blur.

    在做任何跟踪的时候都要避免反射,镜头光晕,或其他运动模糊

     

     You want to make it as easy as possible for after effects.

    这是为了让AE做跟踪尽可能的简单

     

     All right so you want to get it to the point that it matches a perspective.

    你得把它放在一个能匹配某一特定视角的地方

     

     Once you do that you can click, and right click after that

    找好位置之后,点击一下,然后右击

     

    and you can do you know, you have a couple of different options here what I usually do is Create Solid and Camera.

    这里有很多选项,我要做的是Create Solid and Camera(创建固态层和摄像机)

     

      Soon as you do that, we have a solid, and also if you noticed down here we have 3D camera.

    这样就会出现一个固态层,注意看下面还会有一个3d摄像机

     

     The real magic of this camera tracker is if I go to my top view over here,

    摄像机跟踪器的神奇之处在于,如果从顶视图上看

     

    you can see that I have my camera over here in after effects and I have my solid.

    就可以看到这里的摄像机和一个固态层

     

     If I scroll through here, you can see that now this camera has the exact same movement of the camera that I was holding in real life.

    如果拉动播放条,就可以看到这个摄像机跟我在现实生活中拿着的摄像机一起运动

     

     I don't know if that makes sense, but once you have a 3D track camera with its own animation that imitates its real life camera,

    不知你是否理解?但,一旦3d跟踪摄像机和现实中的摄像机运动一致的时候

     

    you don't need to do anymore tracking or messing around with any of those settings.

    你就不用再费劲做跟踪,或者费力调一些设置

     

     You can now drop in 3D elements and you need to do very little adjustments from there.

    现在就可以把一些3D元素直接扔进去,只需要做一些非常小的调整

     

     So that’s really a nice and powerful tool to have directly into after effects.

    所以这是AE里面一个非常好玩和强大的工具

     

     All right so now that we have a basic understanding for how the tool works,

    现在我们已经对这个工具的使用方法有了基本的了解

     

    lets go into making some interesting stuff with it.

    下面就来用它做一些好玩的东西

     

     So what we’re going to do is shut this 3D solid off, we don't really need to see that.

    先把这个3D固态层关掉,暂时用不上

     

     You can see here we’ve got the position of the solid, we’ve got our X, Y, and Z coordinates and that’s pretty much where the ground is.

    这里可以看到固态层的位置,有X Y Z轴的坐标,基本就是地面上的位置

     

     So what I can do is you know I can turn this back on and maybe I can rotate it a little bit to match with the line of this building here.

    所以,可以把这个再打开,然后旋转一点让他和建筑的边线靠齐

     

     So lets rotate that just a little bit.

    再旋转一点

     

     And I can switch this out, so it’s the size of the road.

    就把他往外拉一点,拉倒和路面尺寸一样大

     

     Type in here ‘grid’ and we’re just going to throw on a grid effect on the solid,

    这里输入Grid,把Grid(网格)特效拖放到固态层上

     

    so that you can kind of get a perspective of the solid.

    这样就能看到固态层的视角

     

     And I can Ram Preview this real quick.

    用内存预览快速查看一下

     

     You can see that it works and it does a really really good job and just staying in place,

    可以看到成功了,效果非常好,文字一直保持在那个位置

     

    it’s pretty amazing.

    真的非常棒


  • 多语种听译【英语+德语 混合听译】

    Journalist:  Hi! Unisport WebTV and we’re at the St. George’s Park with Nike, and I have the pleasure to be joined by Mario Götze. Thank you so much for joining us. Now first of all, you’ve been, in a way, under the spotlight your whole life because of your skills and your talents. Since your younger days, how have you coped with the pressure from the media and other people? And what have you learned from those experiences?

    记着:嗨!欢迎观看Unisport WebTV,我们现在在圣乔治公园的Nike活动现场。很荣幸今天能邀请到马里奥·格策。非常感谢你今天来到节目现场。首先,可以说因为你出色的球技和才能,你一直生活在聚光灯下。那么从你小时候开始,你是如何应对来自媒体和公众的压力的呢?从这些经历中你又学到了什么?

     

    Mario Götze: Ich war schon sehr jung damals als ich mein erstes Spiel gemacht hab und man wächst da eigentlich gerademalso ein bisschen rein. Und es ist, man wächst mit den Erfahrungen. Man lernt eben dadurch, dass man Dinge erlebt die man sonst vielleicht nicht erlebt. Ob’s Erwartungen sind von Fans, von Journalisten. Und eben einfach den ganzen Ablauf. Ob’s dann der Wechsel ist  von Dortmund nach München. Da lernt man einige Dinge. Und es ist auch nicht immer ganz so einfach, wenn man eben dann auch noch sehr jung ist und mit vielen dingen umgehen muss. Und ich glaube das Wichtigste ist einfach das man was erlebt und dann aus seinen Fehlern und aus seinen Erfahrungen einfach viel, viel mitnimmt.

    马里奥·格策我第一次踢球时年纪还比较小,人也就是这样一点点长大的。人会随着经验成长。人其实是从所经历的事情当中学习的,不管是球迷的期待,还是记者们的期待。整个职业生涯也是如此简单的。然后就是从多特蒙德到慕尼黑的转变。在这些经历中,人会学习到一些东西。但事情也并不总是如此简单,尤其是当一个人还比较年轻,并且必须要处理很多事情的时候。我觉得最重要的就是,人经历一些事,并从所犯的错误和所积累的经验当中学习到很多东西。

     

    Journalist: What would you say has been the number one lesson or piece of advice you got that took your career to where it is now?

    记者:你觉得能让你走到今天这一步的最重要的一条经验或者建议是什么?

     

    Mario Götze: Ich glaube das Wichtigste ist wirklich, dass man nie von seinem Weg abkommt, dass man immer sagt ich hab ein Ziel vor Augen das verfolg ich. Und egal was passiert ob’s mal ne Niederlage ist, ein Rückschlag. Egal ob’s  ne Verletzung ist, ob man lange nicht spielen kann. Dass man immer sagt ich bin focusiert. Ich weiss was ich möchte. Ich weiss wie ich fit bin, wie ich spielen kann und dass man eigentlich immer an sich glaubt und das ist das Wichtigste.

    马里奥·格策:我觉得最重要的一点的确是人永远不要偏离自己的轨道,而是总是坚持对自己说,我的眼前有个目标,我要追随它。不管发生什么,即便失败了也要进行还击,即便是会因此受伤或者很长时间不能继续踢球。人需要一直对自己说,我很专注。我知道我自己想要什么。我知道自己是多么健康,自己球踢得如何。人总是相信自己,这是最重要的一点。

     

    Journalist:  Of course we have to touch on the World Cup Final where you scored the goal and after the game, besides your teammates, and coaches and journalists, who was the first person you spoke to after the game? And what did you say ?

    记者:显然我们得聊一下世界杯总决赛了。当时你踢进一球,比赛结束后,除了你的队友、教练和记者,你第一个是跟谁对话的?说了些什么?

     

    Mario Götze: Ich glaube  ja die Mannschaftskollegen, den Trainer etc, der ganze Stab war dabei. Aber ich glaub meine Freunde, meine Familie, und mein  Vater war da. Ich glaub die beiden Personen waren diejenigen mit denen ich dann unmittelbar nach dem spiel dann gesprochen hatte. Und es war. Ich glaub es war einfach nur Freude natürlich in dem Momment. Und haben mich beglückwlünscht für das Tor, für  den Sieg, für  den Momment einfach. Und es war gut dann einfach jemanden aus der Familie dabei zu haben.

    马里奥·格策我相信我的队友、教练以及其他人,整个团队都在场。我相信我的朋友,我的家人,我的父亲也在场。我相信这些人,这是我比赛结束后直接跟他们对话的人。事实也的确如此,我想,在那一刻只剩下欢乐。他们向我表示祝贺,祝贺我进球,祝贺我的胜利,祝贺这重要的一刻。有家人在旁边的感觉很好。

     

    Journalist: What would you say has been the biggest sacrifice you had to make in order to get to where you are now?

    记者:你觉得为了走到今天这一步,你做出的最大牺牲是什么?

     

    Mario Götze: Ich glaube, dass es damals in der Jugend so war, dass man auf vieles verzichten usste, man ging zur Schule, zum Training. Und man hatte damals schon fünf mal die Woche Training. Spiel am Wochenende.  Hatte Tourniere, mit dem DFB viel unterwegs. Also es war schon damals so dass man wirklich in der Jugend auf viel verzichten musste. Ob das jetzt Feiern,mal weggehen, eben mal nichts machen. Das hatte man damals nicht. Dadurch, dass ich schon it 14 angefangen hab bei Dortmund zu spielen war eigentlich schon war eigentlich schon Pö A Pö immer der gleiche Ablauf.

    马里奥·格策:我觉得,在青少年时代必须要放弃许多东西,我必须要去上学,去训练。那会儿我每周就要训练五次。周末会有比赛。那会就走在通往德国足球协会的道路上。但是青少年时期的确是需要放弃很多东西。现在可以庆祝、可以离开一会儿或者干脆什么都不做。那时候不可以这样做。我14岁时就在多特蒙德队踢球对我来说其实是一个好的起跑线。

     

    Journalist: What’s next for Mario Götze? What drives you  still to push for more rewards?

    记者:你的下一步打算是什么?是什么促使着你想拿到更多的奖项?

     

    Mario Götze: Ich glaub einfach, natürlich die Erfolge sind schön. Man schut gerne darauf zurück. Aber es ist auch so, dass man dann immer mehr erreichen möchte. Wenn man einmal Deutscher Meister ist, möchte man auch ein zweites mal Deutscher Meister werden. Es ist immer, ja die Mommente die man dann mit dem Spiel dann auch hat oder vielleicht auch it dem Pokal etc.. Es gibt immer was, was man erreichen möchte und ich glaube das ist auch das Gute am Sport weil jedes Jahr fängt‘s wieder bei Null an. Und es wieder ein neues Tournier geben und dann kann man sich wieder darauf konzentrieren und focusieren. Ich glaub wir sind alle Sportler um zu gewinnen und deshalb ist man eigentlich nie so richtig satt.

    马里奥·格策:我相信,成功当然是美好的。人们总是想要取得成功。一旦一个人成为德国冠军,就会想第二次成为德国冠军。在比赛中或者在杯赛中夺冠的那些时刻总是美好的。总有一些人想铭记的东西。我想,这对比赛而言也是很好的,因为每一年都是从零开始。每一次的重新洗牌都会让人再次集中精神,再次专注比赛。我觉得所有的运动员都渴望赢,因此大家其实都是永不满足的。

     

     

     

     

     


  • 科技视频听译【专业领域 亚洲口音】

    Air conditioners, many of us use them almost every day and they can contribute as much as fifty percent of our home electricity bills. Yet, many residential air conditioners are difficult to control efficiently. My air conditioner at home always feel like it is blowing either too hot or too cold. These temperature swings are not just comfortable. They are also a waste of energy. And that is why we developed Ambi Climate. Ambi Climate is an add-on device that automatically and seamlessly controls your AC.

    我们几乎每天都会开空调,空调所耗电费约占总电费的50%。然而许多家用空调都难以有效的控制。我家的空调感觉不是太热就是太冷。这种温度波动让人很不舒服,还浪费能源。这就是为什麼我们要发明Ambi Climate的原因。 Ambi Climate是一款可以顺畅的自动控制您的空调的附加装置。

     

    The benefit? Greater comfort with energy saving. Have you ever fallen into sleep comfortable just to wake up freezing in the middle of the night? Summer comfort isn't just about temperature alone. All the factors such as metabolism, humidity, airflow and outdoor weather conditions just as important. Ambi Climate is aware of all of these factors and adjust your air conditioner settings accordingly. So you no longer have to wake up feeling terrible.

    好处呢?更加舒适和节能。 您有没有舒舒服服睡着后却又大半夜被冻醒的经历?舒适不仅仅是关于温度,还有其他因素,如新陈代谢、湿度、气流和室外的天气也同样重要。Ambi Climate 会感应这些因素,针对性的调整您的空调设定。所以,您再也不会在半夜被折磨醒了。

     

    Throughout the day, Ambi Climate continues to choose the optimal AC settings that suit your daily routine and also compensate for changes in weather as well as indoor conditions. For example, if it starts to rain outside, Ambi Climate will detect the changing outdoor conditions and an algorithm will predict the impact to indoor temperature and humidity.

     Ambi Climate会根据每天气候变化以及室内环境变化,选择最佳的空调设定,来配合您的日常起居。例如,如果室外开始下雨,Ambi Climate将感应到室外天气的变化,并能预测其对室内温度和湿度的影响。 

     

    Allow an Ambi Climate to throughout to your air conditioners exactly the right limit. Air conditioners come with a variety of brands, shapes and types. Ambi Climate works with all of them including central, window, portable and split units. They are compatible as long as they are having infrared mode.

    Ambi Climate能准确控制,并且调整最舒适的设定。空调有各种不同的品牌,形状和类型。 Ambi Climate适用于不同款式的空调,包括中央空调、窗机、移动式和分离式,只要有红外线遥控功能即可。 

     

    Ambi Climate doesn't just learn from the environment and also learns from you. Through our iOS and android app, you simply let Ambi Climate know if you prefer conditions warmer or cooler. Ambi Climate will learn what feels comfortable to you and then automatically adjust your AC settings to deliver the perfect conditions for you.

    Ambi Climate能从环境中学习,还能从您的习惯中学习。通过我们的iOSAndroid应用程序,就能让Ambi Climate知道您的温度喜好。 Ambi Climate将会学习您最舒适的设定,并且自动调整您的空调设定,从而为您创造出完美的环境。

     

    Ambi Climate even knows when to turn your air conditioner on and off. If you are not yet but almost at home, you can have Ambi Climate precool your home just before you arrive.

    Ambi Climate甚至知道什麼时候去开关您的空调。如果您快要到家了,就可以控制Ambi Climate在您到家之前预先开启空调进行制冷。

     

    At Ambi labs, we’re all excited about smart technology for the home. We understand that not only does this technology needs to perform well, but it also needs to look good. We worked with the renowned industrial designer Toshihiro Aya of O lab design studio, to come up with an unexceptional design with compact footprint that doesn’t just look like another piece of computer equipment. After having gone for a new numerous situations, I believe we can have accomplished that goal. We combine these design with an array of accurate sensors. The sensor data is sent to Ambi Cloud and processed by our advanced machine learning algrithms.

    我们 Ambi Labs团队热衷于智能家居科技。我们明白,除了有好技术之外,设计也很重要。 我们曾与O Lab设计工作室的著名工业设计师Toshihiro Aya合作,创作出一个细小紧密的设计达至不碍眼的效果,不同与其他的电脑设备。经过无数次反复实验,我们深信目标已经达成。 我们将这些设计和一系列传感器结合了起来。感应器收到的数据会发送到Ambi Cloud,并通过高级机器学习算法来处理。

     

    On top of that, our apps allow you to review historical data and identity opportunities to conserve energy. When you are out of the house, you can also use your app to control your AC remotely or set it to away mode. This is perfect for taking care of your pet when you are away at work or for controlling the humidity so your pretty house doesn’t get muddy.

    最重要的是,我们的应用程序能提供您历史数据,让您找到节省能源的时机。当您外出时,您可以透过我们的应用程序来遥控您的空调或将其设定为外出模式。当您在外工作时,您可以照顾好宠物,也能控制好湿度而不至于让您的房子发霉。

     

    We‘ve already prototyped and finalise the Ambi Climate design. We have a limited number of beta units that we’re ready to start shipping at the end of our crowd-funding campaign. These beta devices will allow us to collect more data, grow IT database, and also improve our prediction outcomes. Beyond the production of these beta devices, we also need to acquire expensive tooling and the capital to buy our components involving business. With your support, we will be ready to start shipping Ambi Climate devices to everyone by next summer. Please back us now, so that we can help improve your indoor comfort and save energy all the way.

    我们已对Ambi Climate的设计进行了打样和定版。众筹活动结束后,我们就会将这几套测试版样机发送出去。这些测试版样机可以帮我们收集更多数据,累计IT数据库,同时提高预测效果。除了生产这些测试版样机外,我们还需要采购昂贵的设备,需要购买产品相关的元器件。如果有你们的支持,明年夏天我们就可以批量发货了。请支持我们,这样我们才可以持续帮助您改善室内舒适度,节约能源。

     


  • 视频听录【英式口音】

    Oxford Reference, answers with authority.

     

    Who is Freud? 

     

    Henry: People like to know things and they like to be certain that the things that they read about our accurate.

     

    Martin: We need online reference resources that are as simple and easy to use as the other types of resources that students are accustomed to using.

     

    Tell me about Tigers.

     

    Sarah: What Oxford Reference does, it cut through all of the noise online and gives you answers with authority.

     

    Oxford Reference is the digital home of award-winning reference publishing.

     

    Michael: Oxford has centuries of reputation for intellectual quality.

     Material that it produces is produced by people who have studied the subject, thought about the subject for a long time and deeply.

     

    Robert: What you're getting in an Oxford Reference work is somebody who's a real expert in the topic explaining it to you. And that gives you a structure and a way of moving forward within that subject that's actually quite difficult to find when you're coasting around the vastness of the free web.

     

    More accessible than ever before.

    Over 300,000 free overview pages.

    Over 270 new, free timelines.

    Free quotations at the click of a button.

     

    Micheal: What the online reference can give is a choice. Why do you want to know this, from what point of view do you want to know this and give you a list of choices and this is amazing. This is absolutely astounding because now your search immediately starts to become much more focused.

     

    Oxford Quick Reference: Concise, key information.

     

    Robert: They're reading a short, definitive, authoritative reference entry. Can give you all kinds of things. Not just facts, but the ways in which things are discussed in a particular area.

     

    Dinah: You will get a lot out of three minutes concentrated work on that platform, but for those who wish to or need to, there is then information of much more in-depth material.

     

    Oxford Reference Library: in depth, specialist content.

     

    Max: We have a huge range of options for libraries, institutions, individual users. They can build really their own reference library.

     

    The power of connection.

     

    Henry: What it does is allow you to create your own web of associations. 

     

    Dinah: They will be able to make connections. Perhaps connections that they hadn't anticipated.

     

    Max: For example, if the user were to search the term Olympics, we would have an overview article. Beneath that, if you wanted a more in-depth article, you might see the article on the Olympic Games from the encyclopedia. The modern world, it would have related works and cross references within it. You might go to timeline of sports and games and then in that timeline you might learn that boxing, for example, was edited in 688 BC. You might see a related article on boxing. In quotations, you might see that Michael's Phelps eats, sleeps, and swims. That's all he does and that's why he wins.

     

    Further your research with the Oxford Index.

     

    Robert: So if you want to continue your journey to almost any level of depths and specialism, you can from starting in Oxford Reference. Quickly and easily move into a whole range of other Oxford content, which will give you for more detail at a more scholarly or research-based level.

     

    Henry: People talk about being lost in a book. Here Oxford Reference gives you the opportunity to be lost in this web of extraordinary material that is so attractive and so attractively presented.

  • 采访录像听录【非标准口音】

    [0:03] - I think that, to my mind, there is something very positive about UNESCO partnering with Tencent in this particular project on traditional games. That will bring together, if I can put it that way, the strengths of UNESCO, as an intergovernmental, international organization and that of Tencent with its expertise in communication and information technologies, particularly in the social media. On the part of UNESCO, I would say that the partnership will allow us to implement some of the important program options that we have, both in the area of culture and in the area of communication and information. With regards to culture, UNESCO’s aim is really, or among UNESCO’s aim in culture is that of preserving intercultural heritage and traditional games really fall within that. And the project of ensuring that traditional games are collected, traditional games are preserved and traditional games are made accessible, you know, to whoever would like to know more or even to play traditional games accessible in the digital library, accessible in digital forms in terms of giving 3Ds or miniaturization, really falls within that. And the strength also is bringing together our culture program and communication and information program. Communication and information program, that also leads to or aims at ensuring that people have access in the knowledge societies to information that will be beneficial, you know, to them. So working together as UNESCO, and working with Tencent, to my mind is quite an important effort that will ensure that the product that we come out with will indeed be to the service of humanity as a whole. 

    [2:49] – (questioner inaudible) 

    [2:51] – Yeah, I would just give an example of one particular traditional game that girls, usually about the age of my granddaughter, who is about five years old do. And I will tell you what it is in my local language. It’s called ampe, its spelt in English, A-M-P-E, and they do it by movement of the feet for example. So if for example, one girl is standing here and another girl is standing there, and they are moving their legs together, if the two right, or my right coincides with the left, you know, or this one coincides with that, then that will be the end of the game. But it takes quite a while for the two to, because the idea is not to let them coincide. Like I move my right and she’s standing there and she moves her right, then they are not coinciding, but if she moves her left, then they would coincide. And then we will do that until we get those two together. You know, that is something that I grew up with. I saw it being played in my village, and that is something that unfortunately, you know, seems to be dying. So, with this kind of a project that we have, although, I know that we are starting it in Mongolia and Bangladesh, as pilots, when we move it further, I hope that it will get to my village, and that traditional game will become exposed to the rest of the world. 

    [4:35] – (questioner inaudible)

    [4:41]– Excuse me. 

    [4:42 – (questioner inaudible)

    [4:44 – Aah, no, no, there’s no punishment, it’s a game. It’s a game, so there’s no punishment. It’s a game, there’s no punishment. It’s a game that girls usually play, so there’s no real punish…but, but, if the person wins, of course the person who wins becomes quite happy that he has won. 

    [5:03 - (questioner inaudible)

    [5:10 – I was saying that because…..

    [5:12 – they asked me to fix this. 

    [5:12 – no, no, no. no, no, no. I’ll put it in my pocket and keep it in my pocket. No , I was saying that this is a game that girls usually play. If you win it, they say that you have won it. If you lose it, they say that you have lost. The person who loses the game may not be too happy, but it is really a game. The idea really behind it is what can you actually learn, in terms of skills and in terms of cooperation, etcetera, and etcetera. Because in all traditional games in my country, and I come from Ghana, in all traditional games, there is a name when the children are playing it. As I said it could be in terms of strengthening unity, it could be in the sense of strengthening collaboration, it could be in terms of strengthening you as a person to know how to accept and live with defeat and to know that in life there are struggles and you’re not going to be successful all the time. So, every traditional game, will have an aim, it will have a meaning and it is in participating in it, that you actually acquire what the game is and what it means. 

    [6:22 – So, do you play these games with your grandchildren?

    [6:26 – I will try to when you preserve it. But, of course, I mean, yes, I was trying to teach her how to play it. But, you know, born somewhere else, she actually lives with her parents in the US, so there is something completely, you know, different. And coordination of the legs is also not that easy, you know. But that’s the idea you learn it, how do you coordinate the movement of your body, the movement of the legs, how do you coordinate that with your mind and etcetera, etcetera. 

    [6:54] – (questioner inaudible)

    [6:56] – Alright?

    [6:57] – (questioner inaudible)

    [7:00] – Aaah?

    [7:04] – alright, so, I think you have enough of (Inaudible background chatter)

    [7:08] – Yeah. Okay, okay. 

    [7:12] – Do one more question.

    [7:13] – Aaah?

    [7:14] – Do one more question.

    [7:15] – one more question, okay. 

    [7:17] – (questioner inaudible)

    [7:19] – I expect that these projects, through it’s collection of traditional games, will be a reflection of the cultural diversities in the world. 

    [7:29] – (questioner inaudible)

    [7:35] – you can

    [7:36] – (questioner inaudible)

    [7:38] – interviewee speaking another language

    [7:41] – (questioner inaudible) 

    [7:45] - sorry, there’s a fly. 

    [7:48] – (questioner inaudible)

    [7:55] – This project is about traditional games and traditional sports.  Traditional games are a means to convey values. Values of solidarity, values of fair play, values of inclusion and values of cultural awareness. In this way, traditional games contribute to logical thinking. They contribute to mathematical education and also to civil education. They create bridges, and I think this is very important, they create bridges across generations. They allow interaction between the elderly and the young. And in that way, they contribute to a stronger cultural awareness and also to a learning between generations. Traditional games are part of the knowledge in the public domain. They reflect cultural diversity. They foster mutual understanding. They foster tolerance among communities and among nations. In that way they contribute to a coming together or a rapprochement of cultures.  And in that way they contribute to peace. So even though traditional games by themselves, one by one may be small, may seem small, they are a part of something which is very significant and which is very important. And this project, carries that importance. 

    [9:10] – (questioner inaudible)

    [9:25] – When I think of traditional games at home, I think of my own childhood and I think of playing in the streets in the summer. Sometimes a ball game, sometimes a game with the chalk, sometimes riding a bike pretending to be something I’m not. In the winter I think of playing indoors. Of playing board games, of playing card games. And when I think of who I played with; it could be friends, it could be kids I knew from school, but it could also be my parents and especially my grandparents. And I think that is really what, when I think back to how we played as children, and how we played games, is that once you’re in the game it doesn’t really matter who you playing with. You’re in the game, you’re pretending to be something you’re not, you’re taking part in something that’s different from the world around you, from your everyday life, and suddenly all of that reality that you’re used to is suspended for a short while. And that really was the magic, or the happiness, the happy memory of the game. I can remember seeing my brother playing cards with my grandmother, she was in her eighty’s, my brother was in his teens, they would be suspended in play for hours, for four hours, five hours, to see who would be the better, who would have the best skill. It suspends generations, it suspends reality, and that really is the happiness of the memory of the games, that when I think back of my own childhood, and I carry that with my own children as well. That’s what we do when we play.  

    [10:59] – three, two, one, action. 

    [11:00] – come let’s learn some. 

    [11:04] – three, two, one, action.

    [11:06] – I expect this project will allow us to share our traditional games, it will allow us to play together. And by playing together, we will get to know each other better. And in that way, the project may take a small step towards creating a more peaceful world. 


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