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  • Hello everyone, and welcome back to English with Lucy today I am going to

    こんにちは 皆さん  English with Lucyへようこそ

  • teach you eight ways in which you can improve your listening skills, your

    今日は、リスニング力を向上させる

  • English listening skills. Now number one is take advantage of YouTube's subtitle

    8つの方法をお教えしたいと思います

  • system but make sure you understand and use it properly so in order to improve

    英語のね。

  • your daily English, the English that you'll use every day. I want you to find

    まず一つ目は、

  • vloggers and kind of daily youtubers that document their everyday life who

    Youtubeの字幕を利用することです

  • actually add their own subtitles or vloggers that don't rely on the

    ただし、適切に使うことを忘れないでください

  • auto-generated subtitles. Nowadays YouTube has some very very good subtitle

    日常会話、つまり

  • software but it's never perfect when I post a video YouTube analyzes what I say

    毎日使うような英語を向上させることができます

  • and it posts what it thinks I've said as auto-generated subtitles. However, for

    ビデオブロガーなどの、日常生活を

  • every single video I do pay for someone else to actually write the subtitles and

    字幕付きで動画投稿しているような

  • there are a couple of reasons why I do this. Number one, I want correct spelling

    投稿者を探してみてください

  • and grammar YouTube software doesn't add in the correct punctuation and kind of

    自動生成の字幕に頼らない投稿者です

  • commas and quotation marks and things like that and that's important for you

    最近はYouTubeの字幕機能も向上してきました

  • to learn. It's important for you to see where a sentence starts and ends and

    しかし完璧ではありません

  • where there might be pauses. Also sometimes the software just completely

    私が動画を投稿すると、YouTubeは

  • misses out words, it misspells things, it misunderstands what I've said. Sometimes

    私の音声を解析して

  • it puts very rude things in place of what I've actually said so I choose to

    自動で生成された字幕を載せてくれます

  • buy my own subtitles and a lot of creators do this and a lot of vloggers

    でも、私はどの動画でも字幕の作成を

  • do this and it's very very useful. Kn fact on my own vlogging channel where

    他者に依頼していて

  • I've been documenting my life, my personal life on the farm in rural

    それにはいくつか理由があるんです

  • England, I do write the subtitles for you so you know that what I'm saying on

    一つ目は、スペルと文法を訂正するためです

  • screen is what is also written on screen. How can you tell if the subtitles are

    YouTubeのソフトウェアは正しい句読点やコンマ、

  • trustworthy or not? Well one indicator is the term

    クエスチョンマークといったものを追加してくれません

  • 'auto-generated' which will come up if YouTube's AI system has developed the

    どれも勉強のためには必要なものです

  • software if you follow some vloggers that speak a native level of English

    どこから文が始まってどこで終わり

  • watch their videos with subtitles every week or every day you will pick up on so

    どこが切れ目であるのか知るためです

  • much vocabulary vocabulary that we use as natives in our daily lives

    それと時々ソフトウェアが

  • number two is listen to a variety of accents and dialects now I don't just

    さっぱり言葉を聞き逃したり

  • say accents I say dialects because different parts of my country England

    スペルミスや私の言ったことを誤解することもあります

  • have different dialects so northern slang is very different to southern

    それがとてもその場に相応しくない

  • slang in fact British English is so unbelievably diverse so for example

    無礼な発言となっていることもあるんです

  • something as simple for me as a can of coke well up north they might say a tin

    そんなことが無いように私たち

  • of coke when that would sound ridiculous for me so to ensure that you understand

    多くの投稿者は字幕にお金を払い

  • everything that you listen to or almost everything that you listen to because

    それはとても助けになっているんです

  • let's face it everything would be quite the challenge because even I don't

    実際私のチャンネルでは

  • understand everything that I hear you do need to listen to a variety of accents

    私の暮らすイギリスの田舎での

  • and dialects the different sounds that they produce the different common

    農場での生活を動画投稿して

  • phrases that they use and the different slang words as well are really really

    それには字幕をつけています

  • important and I have something in the pipeline that will massively help you

    なので私の言葉をスクリーンで

  • with this I'm going to talk about it more towards the end of this video

    文字として読むことができます

  • number three is of course speak with natives listen

    字幕の重要さが分かったでしょうか?

  • to natives and speak to them but more than that it's ask for repetition and

    まあ字幕を自動で生成してくれる

  • ask for explanation so you want to speak with natives ask them to repeat things

    YouTubeのAIシステムが

  • and ask them to explain and justify things a lot of students ask me how they

    開発されたりするんでしょうか

  • can find well priced native teachers or native level teachers just because

    ネイティヴの英語話者の

  • someone isn't native doesn't mean that they're not an excellent teacher and

    ビデオブロガーを見つけたら

  • this segment is sponsored by a come and that I do genuinely highly recommend

    その投稿を毎日、毎週見ましょう

  • and it's a talkie I talkie is a huge online database of both native and

    ネイティヴが日常で使うたくさんの

  • non-native teachers who will give one-to-one video lessons with you 24

    語彙を身につけることができます

  • hours a day seven days a week from anywhere in the world as long as you

    二つ目はいろいろなアクセント、そして訛りを聞くことです

  • have a stable internet connection an emphasis on well priced teachers it's

    アクセントだけではなく訛りもです

  • incredibly affordable it's much cheaper than an offline Academy or an in-person

    なぜならイングランドでは

  • tutor the teachers set their own rates and you can browse all of them and find

    地方によって様々な訛りがあるからです

  • the rate that's best for you and it's also really good if you just want to

    ですので北のスラングと南のスラングは大きく違います

  • practice conversation and listening to someone talk and asking for them to

    実際、イギリスの英語は信じられないほど多様なんです

  • correct your responses because not only do they have qualified teachers they

    例えば、a can of coke のような簡単な言葉でも

  • also have community teachers who are there to practice conversation with you

    北の方では、a tin of coke と言い

  • now they've given me an offer to pass on to you you can get $10 worth of I

    私にはとても変に聞こえます

  • talking credits in your student wallet 48 hours after making your first

    ですから聞くことすべて、

  • purchase of any amount all you've got to do is click on the link in the

    もしくはほとんどすべてを

  • description box and sign up those credits could actually be an entire

    しっかり理解してください

  • lesson for free or more than that actually I've seen lessons for much less

    さもなくば訛りに直面した時

  • money than that also if you are at home and you'll find yourself with a bit of

    何もかもが非常に難しくなります

  • extra spare time for an extra motivational push you can also sign up

    私ですらすべてを理解することは出来ないんですから

  • to their language challenge this is where you take itoki classes and win

    様々なアクセント、訛りを聞く必要があります

  • prizes along the way this challenge starts on the 9th of April and lasts

    彼らの違った発音、

  • until the 24th of May what do you have to do is set yourself a language goal

    共通フレーズ、

  • and then you can earn vouchers coupons and entries into a huge prize drawer or

    そしてスラングも

  • you can earn prizes of up to 500 a talkie credits so once you've signed up

    どれも本当に大事で、私もそれを皆さんが理解するために

  • to a talkie using the link down below check out the language challenge page

    とても助けになるであろう計画を進行しています

  • set yourself a goal and start earning those prizes right let's move on to way

    それについては

  • number 4 now this is a really simple way of making native speech easier to

    この動画の最後にお話ししましょう

  • understand it's so simple I can't believe that

    三つ目はもちろん、ネイティヴの話者と会話することです

  • people still aren't taking advantage of it do you know about YouTube's slowdown

    ネイティヴの言葉を聞き、会話をするのはもちろん

  • function now when I look at videos that are explaining something technical like

    それを繰り返してもらったり、説明をしてもらうことです

  • how to use my new washing machine or why Mike Hoover isn't sucking sometimes I

    なのでネイティヴと話したいなら

  • find the person takes ages to get to the point or to explain something so I speed

    繰り返してもらうことや、説明をお願いしましょう

  • them up I click on the little cog and then I click on playback speed and I put

    間違いを訂正するんです

  • them at one point two five times speed or one point five if I'm feeling really

    たくさんの生徒にどうやって

  • energetic however the slowdown function would be

    ネイティヴの先生を見つければいいか尋ねられます

  • really really useful for language learners you can slow down speech to

    ネイティヴでないからといって

  • three-quarters of the natural pace 0.75 speed if you're watching a video and

    素晴らしい先生ではないと言うわけではないんです

  • you're interested in what that person is saying but they are just speaking too

    提供 italki

  • quickly try that 0.75 speed now 0.5 tends to be too slow the person sounds

    提供 italki

  • drunk or deranged 0.75 for a very fast talker can actually be really really

    提供 italki

  • helpful even for me as a native speaker there are some people that just go a

    提供 italki

  • little more and I find it hard to follow so if there's a vlogger or a narrator or

    提供 italki

  • a presenter that you have shunned in the past because they speak too quickly try

    提供 italki

  • watching them on YouTube try slowing them down and let me know what you think

    提供 italki

  • what would be even better is if they had their subtitles added as well so you can

    提供 italki

  • watch them in slow speed without subtitles and then watch them again with

    提供 italki

  • subtitles but more about that later on now number five this is a really common

    提供 italki

  • listening tip but I'm going to talk about it because I've got something

    提供 italki

  • extra to add it is watch English movies and TV shows now we all know this this

    提供 italki

  • is one of the first tips that teachers will give you but it can be really

    提供 italki

  • really hard and really daunting to try and work out which TV show and which

    提供 italki

  • film is going to be at your level it's so annoying to finally find something

    提供 italki

  • that you want to watch after reading loads of

    提供 italki

  • and then you just can't understand it it's also really annoying when your

    提供 italki

  • computer or your network won't allow you to access certain films and TV shows

    提供 italki

  • because of where you live because your country is not allowed to view that

    提供 italki

  • specific website I have got a video coming next week on my recommendations

    提供 italki

  • for British TV shows and I start with beginner level and move to pre

    提供 italki

  • intermediate intermediate and advanced I cover all the bases and they're all

    提供 italki

  • shows that will help you develop a British English accent and help you

    提供 italki

  • understand it as well I'll also talk about the variety of

    提供 italki

  • British English accents as well now when this video is live I will link it in the

    提供 italki

  • description box so check that out because I want to help you find

    提供 italki

  • something that you can actually watch and understand and then you can move up

    提供 italki

  • through the levels number six is learn responses that will buy you more time

    提供 italki

  • because when we are listening to what someone is saying in a language that is

    提供 italki

  • not our first language we do need that little bit of extra time to process what

    提供 italki

  • they're trying to say I have a couple of tricks and phrases that will buy you

    提供 italki

  • more time things that you can say without seeming like a strange person

    提供 italki

  • going because that is what a lot of English learners do it's a natural thing

    提供 italki

  • to want to fill the gap by just making one noise like

    提供 italki

  • and you also don't want to just fill it with silence because that can be awkward

    提供 italki

  • that person might think that you've not heard them when really you've just not

    提供 italki

  • understood them what you want to do is fill the conversation with fillers or

    提供 italki

  • interjections and I've made various videos on this topic I did a great one

    提供 italki

  • with Harry from real English with real teachers on interjections things like

    提供 italki

  • ooh

    提供 italki

  • I will link that down below and also last week I did post a video on

    提供 italki

  • different ways to say I know and I understand because those are very

    提供 italki

  • commonly used in conversation whilst you're processing what someone has said

    提供 italki

  • or you're just showing that you've understood and acknowledged what they've

    提供 italki

  • said again I will link that I think both of those videos would be really really

    提供 italki

  • useful they will give you phrases that you can use to buy more time whilst

    それでは、4つ目に行きましょうか

  • you're processing speech number seven is listen whilst you read listen whilst you

    ネイティヴのスピーチをシンプルに

  • read now I talked about this a lot in my videos because it really really works

    より簡単に理解できます

  • I'm always talking about listening to audiobooks as you read the actual book

    本当にシンプルです いまだにこれを

  • and I'm not just saying this for fun this is genuinely such a good method it

    使わない人がいるのが信じられません

  • trains your brain to connect written words with spoken words it helps improve

    Youtubeのスロー再生機能について知っていますか?

  • your pronunciation it helps improve your listening it helps improve your spelling

    例えば新しい洗濯機の使い方や

  • as well the way a word is spelt in English doesn't necessarily give you any

    なんで電気掃除機が作動しないのかといった

  • indication as to how it's pronounced in English and the way a word is pronounced

    技術的な説明動画を見るときに

  • in English doesn't really help you work out how that word is spelt this is why

    ときどき、要点までにかなりの時間を

  • English seems like such a hard language to understand when you're listening to

    要することに気づいたら

  • it and such a hard language to pronounce because you look at word and you just

    動画の速度を上げるために歯車ボタンをクリックして

  • have no idea how it should be pronounced if you take a book that you have already

    それから動画の再生速度を選択して

  • read in English or a book that you would like to read in English and read that

    1.25倍や1.5倍速にするでしょう

  • book as you are listening to that same audiobook version your problems will be

    元気があればの話だけど。

  • solved now it's important to find a narrator you like and this is why I

    でもスロー再生機能は、語学を勉強する人にとって

  • always recommend audible audible is an amazing platform of audiobooks they have

    間違いなく助けになります

  • the most incredible selection and you can also listen to quite lengthy samples

    話の早さを3/4つまり

  • so you can work out if you like the narrator's accent if you like the speed

    0.75倍速にできます

  • at which they speak you can also slow them down and you can speed them up if

    動画を見ていてその人の言うことに

  • you feel like you need to and the best part is you can get one free audio book

    興味を持ったのに

  • that's a 30-day free trial or an audible and you just have to click on the link

    彼らがあまりにも早く話すときは、0.75倍速を試してみてください

  • in the description box to sign up and there I've put some recommendations for

    0.5倍速では遅すぎることが多いですね

  • great books as well audiobooks to listen to and they're written book counterparts

    酔っ払ったりハイになったような人が

  • it's a great method that's why I talk about it all the time now the last tip

    0.75倍にしてもなお早すぎるときは

  • number 8 is to create your own transcription exercises you know those

    助けになってくれるでしょう

  • annoying horrible listening tests where you have to fill in a gap right what you

    私のようなネイティブにとっても

  • hear unfortunately they work however we want

    とても早口でついていけないように感じることもあります

  • to do something that's relevant for us don't we so if you find something that

    もしこれまでにビデオブロガー、話し手が

  • is particularly interesting to you have you are interested in photography and

    あまりに早口であると言う理由で

  • it's about cameras maybe you're interested in wildlife or skateboarding

    避けていたとしたら

  • I have no idea but everybody has their thing don't they I personally love

    YouTubeのスローダウン機能を試してみて

  • cooking and gardening well if you find something that's very very interesting

    どうだったか是非私に教えてくださいね

  • to you create your own listing exercise because it won't be so boring and

    もっといいのは

  • painful this exercise is all about listening blindly meaning that you are

    その動画が字幕もついていて

  • not looking at any visuals so you don't see their mouth moving you don't see

    スローで字幕無しで見た後に

  • their emotion nothing and you definitely definitely don't look at any subtitles

    字幕付きで見てみることです

  • take one sentence or if you're feeling more advanced you can take a couple of

    でも、それについてはまた後で

  • sentences and listen to it once then you can listen to it for a second time and

    五つ目は、リスニングにおける有名なコツだけど

  • then you have to write down exactly what you've heard or what you think you've

    これについても話したいと思います

  • heard after that you can listen to it one more time and you can look at the

    ちょっとそれに追加したいことがあるので

  • transcription or the subtitles make sure they are accurate and there you have it

    それというのは、英語の映画やTV番組を見ることです

  • you've created your own transcription exercise using something that is

    これは誰でも知っているような

  • relevant and interesting to you the reason why these sorts of exercises are

    先生が初めて教えてくれるようなことだというのに

  • included in so many different examinations

    本当に難しくて気の遠くなるようなものになり得ます

  • by so many different prestigious examination boards across the globe it's

    どんなTV番組や映画が自分のレベルに合っているのか

  • because they really really work so if you can get into the habit of every time

    たくさんのレビューを読んだ上で

  • you're listening to something interesting and you know there are

    興味のあるものを見つけたとしても

  • reliable transcriptions or subtitles available to you if you do this and make

    それを理解できないというのは非常に煩わしいです

  • it a habit you really really will learn so much and you'll get so used to

    またコンピューターやネット環境のせいで

  • analyzing things from a listening perspective right that's it for today's

    特定の映画を見ることができない場合や

  • lesson I hope you enjoyed it and I definitely hope you take some of my

    国によってはあるTV番組を見れなかったり

  • advice please feel free to add any more advice so we can all learn from each

    国の決まりで特定のウェブサイトにアクセスできない

  • other in the comments section and don't forget to check out I talk e you can

    というのは、非常にイライラするものです

  • click on the link down below and get your ten dollars worth of I talk e

    来週の動画では

  • credits and you can start the language challenge don't forget to connect with

    イギリスのおすすめ番組を紹介する予定で

  • me on all of my social media I've got my Facebook I've got my Instagram and I've

    初心者向けから初めて、

  • got my Twitter and I've got my personal channel with fully subtitled vlogs of my

    中級者、中上級者、上級者向けへと紹介していきます

  • life here on a farm I do lots of cooking I do lots of walking I do lots of

    様々な場合を想定して、どの番組も

  • chatting and just organizing my home it's meant to be relaxing for you and

    あなたのイギリス英語のアクセントを向上させるのを助けてくれて

  • I've had quite positive feedback so far so I hope you enjoy it as well I will

    同様に理解の手助けにもなるはずです

  • see you soon for another lesson

    イギリス英語の

Hello everyone, and welcome back to English with Lucy today I am going to

こんにちは 皆さん  English with Lucyへようこそ

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英語のリスニング力を高めてネイティブスピーカーを理解する8つの方法 (8 ways to improve English listening skills and understand native speakers)

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