字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Feifei: Hello and welcome to The English We Speak with me, Feifei... Rob: Yeah, yeah, it was fun, wasn't it, yeah... and when Neil fell over... I know! Feifei: Excuse me, Rob. Can we begin now? Rob: Oh, right. Sorry - I'll call you back. Bye. Feifei: Rob, you know the rules - no mobile phones in the studio. We can't have them ringing when we're broadcasting. Switch it off, please. Rob: But... but I'm expecting a very important call and... Feifei: Tough! Rob: OK. How can I check the latest football scores now? And ring my mum, and I wanted to send a text to Dan and... Feifei: Rob, are you OK? You're starting to sweat. Oh no, I think you've got NOMOPHOBIA! Rob: Oh no! What's that? I know, I'll look it up on my phone. Feifei: No phones, Rob! But I can tell you that nomophobia is the fear of not having or not being able to use your mobile phone! Let's hear some examples of other nomophobia sufferers... My brother has definitely got nomophobia - he never switches his phone off, even when we're at the cinema. My phone is being fixed and I'm feeling quite anxious - maybe I've got nomophobia?! Calling all nomophobes - it's time to switch off your phones, have a digital detox and start talking to people rather than staring at a small screen! Feifei: You're listening to The English We Speak from BBC Learning English, and we're talking about 'nomophobia' - the fear of not having or not being able to use your mobile phone. Rob's got it right now. Not long now, Rob, until you can go outside and use your phone. Rob: Phew! I've got to text Dan and tell him a really funny joke, plus add some amusing emojis... Feifei: So, really urgent, then? You could just go and talk to him - he's sitting right over there. Rob: I can't do that. I have to use my phone - I do everything on my phone these days. I can't live without it. Can I switch on now? Feifei: Oh go on, then. We've almost finished. Rob: Oh no! The battery is dead - it needs charging. Feifei: Oh dear, Rob. It looks like you'll be suffering from nomophobia for a bit longer. Bye. Rob: Bye. Could I borrow yours, please?