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英式英语 | 每天跟读1分钟

Chinese, Arts, 1 season, 22 episodes, 2 hours, 34 minutes
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本专辑汇集了各种英国口音,适合影子跟读 (shadow reading)
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艾玛沃森2014联合国演讲-Emma Watson HeForShe Speech at the UN in 2014

Today we are launching a campaign called HeForShe. I am reaching out to you because we need your help. We want to end gender inequality, and to do this, we need everyone involved. This is the first campaign of its kind at the UN. We want to try to mobilize as many men and boys as possible to be advocates for change. And, we don’t just want to talk about it. We want to try and make sure that it’s tangible.I was appointed as Goodwill Ambassador for UN Women six months ago. And, the more I spoke about feminism, the more I realized that fighting for women’s rights has too often become synonymous with man-hating. If there is one thing I know for certain, it is that this has to stop.For the record, feminism by definition is the belief that men and women should have equal rights and opportunities. It is the theory of political, economic and social equality of the sexes.I started questioning gender-based assumptions a long time ago. When I was 8, I was confused for being called bossy because I wanted to direct the plays that we would put on for our parents, but the boys were not. When at 14, I started to be sexualized by certain elements of the media. When at 15, my girlfriends started dropping out of sports teams because they didn’t want to appear muscly. When at 18, my male friends were unable to express their feelings.I decided that I was a feminist, and this seemed uncomplicated to me. But my recent research has shown me that feminism has become an unpopular word. Women are choosing not to identify as feminists. Apparently, I’m among the ranks of women whose expressions are seen as too strong, too aggressive, isolating, and anti-men. Unattractive, even.Why has the word become such an uncomfortable one? I am from Britain, and I think it is right I am paid the same as my male counterparts. I think it is right that I should be able to make decisions about my own body. I think it is right that women be involved on my behalf in the policies and decisions that will affect my life. I think it is right that socially, I am afforded the same respect as men.But sadly, I can say that there is no one country in the world where all women can expect to see these rights. No country in the world can yet say that they achieved gender equality. These rights, I consider to be human rights, but I am one of the lucky ones.My life is a sheer privilege because my parents didn’t love me less because I was born a daughter. My school did not limit me because I was a girl. My mentors didn't assume that I would go less far because I might give birth to a child one day. These influences were the gender equality ambassadors that made me who I am today. They may not know it, but they are the inadvertent feminists that are changing the world today. We need more of those.And if you still hate the word, it is not the word that is important. It’s the idea and the ambition behind it, because not all women have received the same rights I have. In fact, statistically, very few have.In 1997, Hillary Clinton made a famous speech in Beijing about women’s rights. Sadly, many of the things that she wanted to change are still true today. But what stood out for me the most was that less than thirty percent of the audience were male. How can we effect change in the world when only half of it is invited or feel welcome to participate in the conversation?Men, I would like to take this opportunity to extend your formal invitation. Gender equality is your issue, too. Because to date, I’ve seen my father’s role as a parent being valued less by society, despite my need of his presence as a child, as much as my mother’s. I’ve seen young men suffering from mental illness, unable to ask for help for fear it would make them less of a man. In fact, in the UK, suicide is the biggest killer of men between 20 to 49, eclipsing road accidents, cancer and coronary heart disease. I’ve seen men made fragile and insecure by a distorted sense of what constitutes male success. Men don’t have the benefits of equality, either.We don’t often talk about men being imprisoned by gender stereotypes, but I can see that they are, and that when they are free, things will change for women as a natural consequence. If men don’t have to be aggressive in order to be accepted, women won’t feel compelled to be submissive. If men don’t have to control, women won’t have to be controlled.Both men and women should feel free to be sensitive. Both men and women should feel free to be strong. It is time that we all perceive gender on a spectrum, instead of two sets of opposing ideals. If we stop defining each other by what we are not, and start defining ourselves by who we are, we can all be freer, and this is what HeForShe is about. It’s about freedom.I want men to take up this mantle so that their daughters, sisters, and mothers can be free from prejudice, but also so that their sons have permission to be vulnerable and human too, reclaim those parts of themselves they abandoned, and in doing so, be a more true and complete version of themselves.You might be thinking, “Who is this Harry Potter girl, and what is she doing speaking at the UN?” And, it’s a really good question. I’ve been asking myself the same thing.All I know is that I care about this problem, and I want to make it better. And, having seen what I’ve seen, and given the chance, I feel it is my responsibility to say something.Statesman Edmund Burke said, “All that is needed for the forces of evil to triumph is for good men and women to do nothing.”In my nervousness for this speech and in my moments of doubt, I told myself firmly, “If not me, who? If not now, when?” If you have similar doubts when opportunities are presented to you, I hope those words will be helpful. Because the reality is that if we do nothing, it will take seventy-five years, or for me to be nearly 100, before women can expect to be paid the same as men for the same work. Fifteen and a half million girls will be married in the next 16 years as children. And at current rates, it won't be until 2086 before all rural African girls can have a secondary education.If you believe in equality, you might be one of those inadvertent feminists that I spoke of earlier, and for this, I applaud you. We are struggling for a uniting word, but the good news is, we have a uniting movement. It is called HeForShe. I invite you to step forward, to be seen and to ask yourself, “If not me, who? If not now, when?”Thank you very, very much.
11/21/201811 minutes, 47 seconds
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艾玛沃森2016联合国演讲-Emma Watson's 2016 UN Speech on Gender Equality

Thank you all for being here for this important moment. These men from all over the world have decided to make gender equality a priority in their lives and in their universities. Thank you for making this commitment.I graduated from university four years ago. I had always dreamed of going and I know how fortunate I am to have had the opportunity to do so. Brown [University] became my home, my community, and I took the ideas and the experiences I had there into all of my social interactions, into my workplace, into my politics, into all aspects of my life. I know that my university experience shaped who I am, and of course, it does for many people.But what if our experience at university shows us that women don't belong in leadership? What if it shows us that, yes, women can study, but they shouldn't lead a seminar? What if, as still in many places around the world, it tells us that women don't belong there at all? What if, as is the case in far too many universities, we are given the message that sexual violence isn't actually a form of violence?But we know that if you change students' experiences so they have different expectations of the world around them, expectations of equality, society will change. As we leave home for the first time to study at the places that we have worked so hard to get, we must not see or experience double standards. We need to see equal respect, leadership, and pay.The university experience must tell women that their brain power is valued, and not just that, but that they belong among the leadership of the university itself. And so importantly, right now, the experience must make it clear that the safety of women, minorities, and anyone who may be vulnerable is a right and not a privilege. A right that will be respected by a community that believes and supports survivors. And that recognizes that when one person's safety is violated, everyone feels that their own safety is violated. A university should be a place of refuge that takes action against all forms of violence.That's why we believe that students should leave university believing in, striving for, and expecting societies of true equality. Societies of true equality in every sense, and that universities have the power to be a vital catalyst for that change.Our ten impact champions have made this commitment and with their work we know they will inspire students and other universities and schools across the world to do better. I'm delighted to introduce this report and our progress, and I'm eager to hear what's next. Thank you so much.
11/21/20183 minutes, 35 seconds
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The geeza guide how to talk cockney

geezaA Word used to describe a male, independent of race or creed, a bit like bloke. Used more so in the south of England (i.e London) can be used in both a friendly and agressive manner.Old english slang, referring to someone who has either just done somethingstupid, wrong, or done something to someone. Also spelt geezer, geezar."he cheated on the table then nicked me beer, so I smacked the geeza in the side o' the gob!"
1/27/20181 minute, 52 seconds
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《权利的游侠》 Natalie Dormer 访谈

1/27/20183 minutes, 47 seconds
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Cockney-Michael Caine的口音

本专辑汇集了各种英国口音
1/27/20182 minutes, 20 seconds
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Cockney-句子模仿

Shout all you like, you ain't gonna see her.
1/25/201810 seconds
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Northern London Accent-Jacob Collier audio-visual musical phenomenon

Thank you. So do you feel that motion? Do you feel yourself as part of that motion, things moving underneath the surface? So the language of musical harmony is an absolutely extraordinary one.It's a way of navigating one's emotional frameworks, but without the need to put things into words, and I think that, as with many other languages, it doesn't matter how much you know about a language. It doesn't matter how many words you can say, how many phrases you know.What matters is the emotional choices you make with this language. So I encourage us to embrace this idea as a community, which is the thing which in time may grow us towards as opposed to away from our own humanity.KS: Those visualizations we just saw, those were happening in real time, yeah?JC: Yeah, so everything visual takes cues from things which are audial, or something, if that's a word,and so everything is real time. I cue the loops, I play the instruments and then the tree, for example, that you saw grow, grows in such a way that it takes low long notes and grows thick long branches,and it takes high, quiet notes, whatever, and then it grows thin, small branches. And then my singing voice sort of blows wind against the tree.KS: So you're 22 years old. JC: Yes, indeed.Moderator: You played all of that by yourself. How did you get started and how did this all evolve?JC: I have this magical room in my house in North London, which is, like, over there.Thank you. Represent North London. And this room -- I mean, this is my family home. I grew up in this room filled with musical instruments, but most importantly, I had a family who encouraged me to invest in my own imagination, and so things I created, things I built were good things to be buildingjust because I was making them, and I think that's such an important idea. But this room was my paradise, essentially, and when I came to tour my album, which is called "In My Room," I thought I'd try and tour the room on the road, and that's quite a strange idea, but it's something that I've been working on for a couple of years, and it's quite exciting to be inside the circle.KS: So this is really like the setup in your room, here.JC: It kind of is. It's similar to the room in the sense that I can generate things on the spot and I can be spontaneous, which is what I think both music and all of the best ideas are all about.KS: So you won two Grammys for a record that you made in your room by yourself. And how is that even possible? We couldn't have done that, that couldn't have happened five years ago even.JC: It's a brand new world. The power is now in the hands of the creator, as I'm sure you guys would agree, as opposed to the big record company executive or the big man or something like that. It's somebody with a good idea. Here I am at TED saying this to you guys who know this already, but it's somebody with a good idea who can sow that seed. That's the person who carries the torch into the world. And yeah, I made this album completely on my own and I didn't wait for somebody to say,"Hey Jacob, you should make an album on your own." I just went ahead and made it and I didn't mind what people thought, and two Grammys is a massive bonus.
1/14/20183 minutes, 11 seconds
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Scottish Accents - EDINBURGH Vs GLASGOW

本专辑汇集了各种英国口音
1/5/20185 minutes, 59 seconds
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Irish Accent vs Scottish Accent vs British Accent + Sayings (funny)

本专辑汇集了各种英国口音
1/5/201819 minutes, 22 seconds
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Irish Accents-Irish Farmers Lose Their Sheep, Mad Accent

本专辑汇集了各种英国口音
1/5/20181 minute, 36 seconds
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British Accents-Oxford English

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1/4/20188 minutes, 38 seconds
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British Accents-Grimsby

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1/4/20182 minutes, 50 seconds
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British Accents-MANCHESTER MANCUNIAN

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1/4/201811 minutes, 15 seconds
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British Accents-West Country

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1/4/20187 minutes, 36 seconds
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British Accents-Cockney

本专辑汇集了各种英国口音
1/4/20188 minutes, 17 seconds
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Scottish Accents Glasgow Glaswegian

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1/4/201810 minutes, 15 seconds
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British Accents-Liverpool Scouse

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1/4/20186 minutes, 51 seconds
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British English pronunciation-Northern vs southern accents of

本专辑汇集了各种英国口音
1/4/20186 minutes, 47 seconds
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British vs Canadian English (英国英语和加拿大英语比较)

1/4/201820 minutes, 4 seconds
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Cockney-Learn the Cockney accent with Jason Statham

12/10/20177 minutes, 26 seconds
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Cockney-How to Speak Cockney - Practice English with Paul

Non-rhotic R trap-bath-splitglottal stop the L vocalization TH becomes V H is dropped TH frontingPractice/Examples
12/10/20179 minutes, 39 seconds
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Cockney-Jason Statam fascinating cockney accent in SNATCH

My name is Turkish.Funny name for an Englishman, I know.My name is Turkish. Funny name for an Englishman, I know. My parents were on the same plane when it crashed. That's how they met. They named me after the plane. not many people are named after a plane crash. That's Tommy. He tells people he was named after a gun. But I know he was really named after a famous 19th century ballet dancer. Known him for as long as I can remember. He's my partner.Doesn't mean we hold hands or take walks. It means I try to keep him out of as much trouble as he inflicts on me. I give him a hard time. Keeps him in check. But really, he's like my brother.What do I know about diamonds? I'm a boxing promoter. I was a happy boxing promoter until a week ago, and then.: What do I know about diamonds? Don't they come from Antwerp?
12/9/201756 seconds