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【BBC】Snackable 快餐式内容

发布者: katy | 发布时间: 2020-3-3 12:54| 查看数: 2184| 评论数: 0|帖子模式

BBC Learning English 英语教学

Snackable 快餐式内容

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内容简介

现在,很多人都过着快节奏、忙碌的生活,所以凡事都力求快速、简单。就连在网上阅读和观看音视频内容时,也一味求快。听 Rob 和菲菲的对话,学习单词 “snackable” 在互联网时代的意思和用法。

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(关于台词的备注: 请注意这不是广播节目的逐字稿件。本文稿可能没有体现录制、编辑过程中对节目做出的改变。)

Feifei
欢迎收听 BBC英语教学的 “地道英语” 节目。大家好,我是冯菲菲。

Rob
Oh! Umm… yes! And me… Rob.

Feifei
Rob, could we have your attention, please?

Rob
Sorry, I’m just snacking.

Feifei
你知道不能在录音间里吃东西。

Rob
But I’m not eating anything. I’m snacking on some very funny cat videos. Sorry, they’re really short. I won’t be long… Oh, what, Feifei? Why the angry face?

Feifei
Because we are here to talk about an authentic English phrase.

Rob
OK. OK. Well, here’s one for you – snackable. It describes short online articles, videos and other content that are quick and easy to read or watch.

Feifei
“Snackable” 这个词来自 “snack” 快餐,零食。它现在被人们用来描述互联网上的简短的文章、视频和其它容易阅读或者观看的内容,类似快餐,让人们很快就能完整地接受。And you are demonstrating it very well, Rob! I guess it’s like eating a snack – quick and easy?

Rob
Yes. Very snackable. Just like these examples…

Examples
Because my free time is short, it’s good to find some snackable videos I can watch on my smartphone while I wait for the bus.

The short city guides I found on the internet are very snackable and great for planning my trip around Africa.

These days, videos are often less than a minute long so that they’re snackable and appeal to a younger audience.

Feifei
这里是 BBC英语教学的 “地道英语” 节目。在这集节目中,我们一起学习 “snackable” 这个词在互联网时代的意思和用法。“Snackable” 现在多用来指简短、容易被人们理解和消化的概念和内容,也就是人们俗称的 “快餐式内容”。

Rob
… and the great thing about snackable content, Feifei, is you can do it whilst doing other things – like presenting this programme.

Feifei
你是说你可以同时做几件事情 “multitask”。Well, I can do that too! Now, where’s my smartphone?

Rob
Err… Feifei, what are you doing?

Feifei
Reading a short but interesting article about working with annoying presenters.

Rob
You’re not snacking on that. You’re feasting on it. Now, come on and help me finish the programme.

Feifei
OK. Thanks for joining us. And we hope you found this programme snackable.

Rob
Bye. Now do you want to see these really funny kittens doing tricks?

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