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【实战口语】第09期:Climbing 攀岩  

2016-07-01 09:54:44|  分类: 【英语】口语 |  标签: |举报 |字号 订阅

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     Todd: So, Shona, you are quite fit. You like to run. Do you like to do anything else?

托德:夏娜,你非常健康。你喜欢跑步。你还喜欢做别的运动吗?

Shona: Yeah, actually. I like quite a lot of different sports. I like to play tennis. That is like something that I like to participate in with someone else, but also I'm into more solitary sports, like I like doing yoga in the mornings. I like to do a bit of Yoga. I also like to use the gym and I also like to do climb, wall-climb, or sometimes I'm an odd jock of climbing. It has to be with walls.

夏娜:对。我喜欢很多种运动。我喜欢网球。我喜欢和别人协作进行的运动,我也喜欢一个人的运动,我喜欢在早上做瑜伽。我很喜欢瑜伽这种运动。另外我也喜欢去健身房锻炼,还喜欢攀岩,我是攀岩爱好者。这种运动需要有面墙。

Todd: Cool, so actually let's talk about climbing. You climb at the gym?

托德:真酷,那我们来聊聊攀岩吧。你在健身房攀岩吗?

Shona: No, my gym doesn't have a climbing wall, but there's somewhere in the city I'm from that has like a huge climbing center and you can go there and there's like all different types of walls, different abilities, and there's also a big rotating wall as well for when you are really good, and you can use that one and like climb up there.

夏娜:不是,我去的那家健身房没有攀岩墙,我的家乡城市有一家非常大的攀岩中心,可以去那里进行攀岩运动,那里有各种各样的攀岩墙,可以满足各种能力的人的需求,那里还有一面旋转墙,如果你的攀岩能力非常强,你就可以尝试攀爬那面墙。

Todd: Do you ever actually take this out and practice on real rocks?

托德:你有在户外那种真正的岩石上进行过攀岩吗?

Shona: Yeah, I have done. I have done in the past because an ex boyfriend was really into climbing so I went out with a few climbs with him, like as an introduction and that was pretty amazing. Like, it was completely different than climbing outdoors from it is from like inside. Like wall climbing is probably a bit easier than actually outside because, you noticed you've got more to sort of hold on to and stuff because it's built for climbing but the natural environment is harder to climb because like there's not as many crevices and stuff and you've got to spend longer to try and find them and they're not as obvious, but it's probably more enjoyable to do it outside than it is inside.

夏娜:有,我试过。我以前在户外攀岩过,我前男友非常喜欢攀岩,我和他去户外攀岩过几次,他给我进行了指导,那感觉太棒了。在户外攀岩和在室内攀岩完全不一样。在室内攀爬攀岩墙比较容易,因为攀岩墙是专为攀岩运动设计的,所以上面有很多可以借助的支点,在自然环境中攀岩要更难一些,因为并没有太多可以当作支点的缝隙,而且也不是那么明显,所以要花费很长时间去寻找支点,不过与室内相比,户外攀岩令人更愉快。

Todd: Right, so when you climb outside do you have a lot of fear that you're going to fall?

托德:好,你在户外攀岩时有没有很担心自己会掉下去?

Shona: Not really. I guess it depends on who you are like climbing with. Like if you are with someone that you completely trust, then that's really important but I guess if you're with like a stranger you didn't know that well then you might be a little bit worried about like dropping or whatever, but I'd say I'm probably more fearful of dropping indoors because it's just myself than I would be outdoors cause I'd be with someone else.

夏娜:其实没有。我想这要取决于你和谁一起攀岩。如果你和完全值得信任的人一起攀岩,那就不用担心,这点很重要,如果要是和陌生人或者是不太熟的人一起攀岩,那可能就会有点担心会掉下去之类的,不过对我来说,我在室内攀岩的时候更担心会掉下去,因为室内通常我是一个人去攀岩,可是在户外有人陪我一起攀岩。

Todd: Oh, wow, that's interesting. Actually, I heard that in rock climbing it's quite unique in that actually women are better... are naturally better rock climbers than men because because they have smaller fingers and they're lighter. Is that true?

托德:哇哦,这很有趣。我听说攀岩是种很独特的运动,女性比男性更擅长攀岩,因为女性的手指比较小而且体重较轻。是这样吗?

Shona: I've heard that was well. Yeah. I've heard that like women are a bit better at rock climbing. I don't really know how true it is, cause like most of the really good climbers I've met are male, but yeah, I guess it's like naturally they're built more for climbing, like it is a bit easier just cause of like the woman's body in comparison to a man.

夏娜:我也听过这种说法。我也听说女性更擅长攀岩。不过我不知道这种说法是不是真的,因为我认识的优秀攀岩选手中男性居多,我想可能是相较于男性,从生理结构上来说女性更适合攀岩这种运动,在攀岩时更容易一些。

Todd: Right. Yeah, it seems to make perfect sense. And just lastly, when was the last time you went rock climbing?

托德:好。听起来这话很有道理。你上次攀岩是什么时候?

Shona: It was probably about three or four months ago and it was.. Well, actually, the last time I was climbing outdoors was probably about six months ago, but yeah, indoors, it was a bit sooner than that.

夏娜:大概是三四个月以前。上次我在户外攀岩大概是六个月以前的事了,不过室内的话时间更短些。

Todd: So rock climbing is something you'd recommend for everybody?

托德:攀岩是你会向所有人推荐的运动吗?

Shona: Oh, yeah. Absolutely. I think it's like so challenging that you can get so much out of it because you progress. You get stronger so quickly. Like you really notice a change in your muscles and everything and it's like, it's just such a great feeling to reach the top. You know that's the most exciting part is when you like reach where you're trying to go and you just like, you feel like you've really accomplished something. I think it's really fun.

夏娜:对。当然是。我认为攀岩是种挑战,你可以从攀岩的进步中得到很多。你可以很快变得更强壮。进行攀岩可以快速形成肌肉,而且攀爬到顶端的感觉非常美好。到达你一直在努力前往的那个终点是最激动人心的,你会感觉你取得了一定的成就。我认为攀岩这种运动真的有很大乐趣。

Todd: Well, you make it sound really fun. I wanna give it a try.

托德:好,你的描述使这项运动听上去很有趣。我也想尝试一下。

Shona: Yeah, you should do.

夏娜:你应该试试。

重点讲解:

1. participate in 参与;参加;

例句:He goes toparticipate inthe conference.

他去参加大会了。

2. be into sth. 对…很感兴趣;极喜欢;

例句:Sheis intoaerobics.

她热衷于有氧运动。

3. depend on 取决(于);有赖(于);

例句:How much can you getdepend onhow much you pay.

你能得到多少取决于你付出了多少。

4. be fearful of 恐惧的;害怕的;

例句:Bankerswere fearful ofa world banking crisis.

银行家们害怕会发生一场全球银行业危机。

5. or whatever 诸如此类;

例句:It's the same in any situation: in a prison, hospitalor whatever.

这在什么场合都一样:在监狱、医院或诸如此类的地方。

6. in comparison to 与…相比;与…比较而言;

例句:Sometimes, the expected palesin comparison tothe unexpected.

有时候,期望和意外相比逊色很多。

7. make sense 可以理解;讲得通;

例句:Grandmother's advice alwaysmade sense.

祖母的劝告永远言之有理。

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