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  • Hello. Welcome to 6 Minute English.


  • I'm Rob.


  • And hello, I'm Neil.

    こんにちは ニールです

  • Now Neil, what do you feel about surf and turf?

    ニール どう思う?サーフアンドターフ?

  • Surf and turf? I love it. What's not to love? Some lobster, a juicy steakfries on the side. Mmm, delicious.

    サーフ&ターフ?気に入った何が気に入らないの?愛かな?ロブスター、ジューシーなステーキ、フライドポテト 傍らで。うーん、美味しそう。

  • Ah, you know what you've done there?


  • No, do tell.


  • You've got completely the wrong end of the stick.


  • I said steak, not stick – a juicy steak.


  • No! Wrong end of the stick.


  • You misunderstood me. I'm not talking about the surf and turf meal, but the online shopping habit of surfing and turfing.

    誤解されています。私が話しているのはサーフアンドターフの食事ですが、オンラインでは サーフィンの買い物習慣 とターフしています。

  • Oh, my badbut to be fair this is quite a new use of this expression, isn't it?

    ああ、私の悪かった - しかし、公平に言うと、これは随分と新しい表現ですね

  • Yes, it is. Now, you probably know that 'surfing' is a verb we use for looking at things on the internet.


  • Surf and turf refers to when we go to an online store, select lots of things for our virtual shopping basket,

    インターネット上のものを指します。サーフアンドターフとは私たちはオンラインストアに行くときに、選択します。 バーチャルショッピングのためにたくさんのものを

  • but when we get to the checkout, which is the place where we pay for our shopping,


  • we don't actually complete the purchase. We turf out the basket. We abandon it.

    買い物の代金を払っても、実際には購入を完了させます。をターフアウトします。 バスケット。それを放棄します。

  • To turf something out is a phrasal verb for throwing something out.


  • Although it's normally used about peoplefor example, someone who is behaving badly might be turfed out of a club.

    普通は人のことで使われますが- 例えば クラブから追い出されるかもしれません。

  • Indeed. Well, I'm sure I'll get turfed out of the presenter's union if I don't get to today's quiz question.


  • According to recent research, which items are the most likely to be surfed and turfed?

    今日のクイズの問題に行きましょうによると最近の研究によると、どの項目が 最もサーフィンでターフされる可能性が高い?ではないでしょうか?

  • Is it a) Books b) Watches, or c) Women's knitwear?

    a) 本 b) 時計、またはc) 女性のニット?

  • What do you think Neil?


  • Right, I think... I'm also certain it's a) books


  • Well, we'll find out if you're right later in the program.


  • Now, this research also revealed that approximately 40% of people have abandoned an online shopping basket in the last year.

    プログラムの中でさて、この研究はの約4割が 人がネットを捨てた 去年の買い物かご。

  • And it was calculated that this meant there was approximately 18 billion pounds worth of lost sales.

    と計算されていて、これはが約180億あったことを意味しています。 売り上げが減ったのはポンドの価値がある

  • I have to say I'm a bit skeptical about that figure. I don't trust it.


  • We don't always intend to buy everything we put in our baskets.


  • It's a bit like window shopping -


  • We just browse and find it convenient to put things in our basket to think about later.


  • Have you ever done that?


  • Sure. It's a bit like browsing in a shop, isn't it


  • except you can save items you are interested in to look at later.


  • You might also make a basket in one online store then go to another to see if you can get the same or similar items cheaper there.

    また、1つのオンラインストアでバスケットを作るを取得できるかどうかを確認するために別の場所に行きます。 同じようなものや似たようなものが安くなっています。

  • So I agree, I don't think that the figure of 18 billion represents a total.


  • Some of that was never intended to be spent and some would have gone to other stores.


  • But there are other reasons we don't complete our purchases.


  • For some, it's finding out at the end that there will be a high delivery cost or that paying is very complicated.

    高値がつくことを知ってから配送料がかかるか、支払いが非常に ややこしい。

  • Yes, I agree with that. That's so annoying.


  • You spend time collecting all the things in the basket then find you have to create an account

    面倒くさいあなたは時間をかけてすべてのかごの中のものは、あなたを見つける アカウントを作成する必要があるか、使用できない

  • or can't use your favorite payment method or you have to pay more to use a credit card and you have to fill out so many details.

    お好きなお支払い方法、またはクレジットカードの利用料金が高くなると 多くの詳細を記入しなければなりません。

  • Sometimes you get so frustrated that you just give up.


  • Exactly, and this is a subject that retail expert Clare Bailey discussed in the BBC program You and Yours.

    その通り、そしてこれは小売の専門家クレア・ベイリーが BBCの番組「You and Yours」。彼女が話すのは

  • She talks about retailers, which are the businesses that sell things.


  • What does she say 70% of retailers hadn't done?


  • We found that something over 70% of the retailers hadn't invested in the payment process in the last two years

    私たちは何かを発見しました。70%以上の小売業者が投資していない 過去2年間の支払い過程で

  • so the technology is really out of date -


  • whereas they have potentially invested in getting us to that page and then they fell foul.

    潜在的に投資しているのに対しそのページにたどり着き 彼らは反則を犯した

  • 70% of retailers hadn't invested in the payment process.


  • They hadn't changed the way people pay online for at least two years.


  • Because online technology develops so quickly, that means that their systems are out of date.

    オンライン技術が発達しているためそれはつまり、彼らのシステムが は時代遅れです。

  • Something that is out of date is too old, it's no longer suitable.


  • She says that companies invest in the shopping experience of their sites but have ignored the checkout process.

    彼女によると、企業が投資するのは自社サイトのショッピング体験ではなく はチェックアウト処理を無視しています。これは

  • This is where they fall foul. This is where they make a mistake and get into troubleand where they can lose customers.

    ここは彼らが反則をする場所ですここは彼らが間違える と、顧客を失う可能性のある場所を教えてくれます。

  • Right, before we fall foul of the listeners, let's have the answer to the quiz.

    そうですね、リスナーの反則になる前に。クイズの答えを教えてもらおう と聞いてみました。

  • I asked you which items were the most commonly abandoned at the virtual checkout.


  • Was it books, watches, or women's knitwear? So Neil, what did you say?


  • I am pretty certain it's books.


  • The answer was actually women's knitwear.


  • Not books, as you thought.


  • Ah well, I can't be right all the time.


  • Some of the time would be nice.


  • Anyway, let's have a look at today's vocabulary.


  • First surf and turf is an expression for online shopping without (the) actual shopping.


  • You put items in your basket but never actually buy them.


  • It's also a delicious meal of seafood and red meat.


  • Not if you're a vegetarian, Neil.


  • Ah, good point, good point.


  • The verb to turf out means 'to remove someone from a place or organization,

    turf outという動詞は、「する」という意味です。刎ねる 組織

  • possibly because they've broken the rules or behaved badly'.


  • For example, if we don't finish the program on time we might be turfed out of this studio.

    例えば、もしも、このままでは時間通りにプログラムを組むことは、我々は縄張りにされているかもしれない このスタジオから

  • The place where you pay for your shopping, either in a real shop or online is the checkout.


  • That can be a verb as well as a noun, you check out at the checkout.


  • The businesses that sell you things are retailers.


  • And with hope, they don't sell you things that are out of date because that would mean they are past their best,

    そして、彼らがあなたを売らないことを希望して時代遅れのもの と言うことは、彼らも年を取ったと言うことになる

  • too old to be suitable.


  • And finally, there was to fall foul of something or someone,

    そして最後にはさせる あやまってはまってはまる

  • which is to make a mistake and get into trouble with someone.

  • And as we don't want to fall foul of the next team who need to use this studio,

    誰かにそして、私たちは落ちたくないように次のチームの反則 このスタジオを使うには、ちょうどいい頃合いだ。

  • it's just time for us to say goodbye and to remind you to join us again for 6 Minute English next time.


  • and if you can't wait you can always catch us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram,

    待っていられないなら、いつでも捕まえられるFacebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTubeでお問い合わせください。

  • YouTube and our website


  • where you can find lots of useful audio and video programs to help you improve your English.

    ここでは、多くの有用なオーディオを見つけることができます。とビデオプログラムを利用して、あなたをサポートします。 英語を上達させるそれだけです。

  • That's all for now. Bye bye!


  • Goodbye!


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