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Hello, it's teacher Neil again. And today we will be learning about music and how to talk about and express ourselves when talking about music.

你好,河南省2021中招英语(2021河南中招英语试卷及答案)又是我,尼尔老师。今天我们将学习有关音乐的内容以及如何在谈论音乐时谈论和表达自己。

Now during your IELTS exam, people may ask you questions such as do you like music? Do you like singing?

在你雅思考试期间,有人可能会问你一些问题,例如你喜欢音乐吗?你喜欢唱歌吗?

Can you play any instruments? And what is your favorite kind of music and/or songs?

你会弹奏任何乐器吗?你最喜欢哪种音乐和/或歌曲?

So today we have some vocabulary that can help you to fully express yourself when you answer these questions. Let's take a look.

所以今天我们有一些词汇可以帮助你在回答这些问题时充分表达自己。我们来看一下。

So describe the music song you like, here are some vocabulary, for example, catchy and singable. What that means?

描述你喜欢的歌曲是,这里有一些词汇,例如,抓耳的和琅琅上口的。那是什么意思?

Catchy and singable means it is an easy melody, which means it is easy to remember, easy to remember and also easy to get into your head and stay there and easy for you to sing again. That is called an earworm.

抓耳的和琅琅上口的表示这段旋律很简单,即很容易记住,也很容易进入你的脑海,停留在那儿,而且你很容易再次唱出来。这叫做耳朵虫。

And an earworm means it gets inside of your ear and into your head very very quickly. So we say get stuck in your head.

耳朵虫指的是它快速进入你的耳朵并进入你的脑海。所以我们说它停留在你的脑海里。

That means the song stays in your head for a long time obviously. So you can say, oh, when I listen to music, I love catchy songs.

很显然这意味着这首曲会在你脑海里停留很长一段时间。所以你可以说,哦,我喜欢听抓耳的音乐。

The other day I heard an earworm and it got stuck in my head for three days. It was so good.

前几天,我听到了一首耳朵虫,它在我脑海里停留了三天。它真是太棒了。

Moving on, sing along. Now sing along means you are singing along to the song obviously.

接着说,跟着唱。很显然跟着唱指的是你跟着歌声唱歌。

So kids songs are a good example of sing along songs. But also, if you have karaoke, karaoke, or KTV, so that means you sing along to the song, maybe you're a group of people singing together.

所以儿歌是跟唱歌曲的一个很好的例子。不过如果你有卡拉 OK,卡拉 OK,或 KTV,这意味着你可以跟着歌曲一起唱,也许你们是一群人一起唱歌。

And usually it's good for a group and good for entertainment. Next, we have the word taste in music.

通常这很适合于群体,也很适合娱乐。接下来我们还有这个说法,音乐品味。

So the word taste means what you like, the style that you like. So taste, let's just write here, style or also another word is your preference.

品味这个单词的意思你所喜欢的,你喜欢的风格。所以品味,我们写在这里,风格,另一个词是偏好。

That means what you like. So for example, if people ask you, what kind of music do you like, what style of music do you like, you can say, mm, I have an interesting taste in music.

它的意思是你所喜欢的。例如,如果有人问你你喜欢什么类型的音乐,你喜欢什么风格的音乐,你可以说,嗯,我的音乐品味很有趣。

I like all different kinds of genres. I like catchy songs, but I also like very complex songs or classical music.

我喜欢各种风格。我喜欢抓耳的歌曲,但我也喜欢非常复杂的歌曲或古典音乐。

So my taste is a little bit strange. Or we can use this sentence when we say I don't like her taste in music.

所以我的品味有点奇怪。或者我们可以这样说,我不喜欢她的音乐品味。

She only likes sing along songs and I don't really like that kind of music, so I don't like her taste. But his taste, my father's taste in music, I really like and we have a similar taste, which means you have the same preference.

她只喜欢跟唱的歌曲,而我不喜欢那种音乐,所以我不喜欢她的品味。但他的品味,我父亲的音乐品味,我真的很喜欢,我们有相似的口味,这意味着你们有相同的偏好。

Going on, to be tone-deaf. Now tone-deaf means that your ears cannot hear the different tones in music.

继续,音痴。音痴指的是你的耳朵听不出来音乐中不同的音调。

So that means when you try to sing what someone else is singing, you will not be able to sing the same, because you cannot hear the different tones and you cannot hear the different keys. So if someone goes oh, you might go ah.

这意味着当你尝试唱别人正在唱的歌时,你将无法跟别人唱的一样,因为你听不出来不同的音调,而且你听不出来不同的音高。所以如果有人这样唱,你可能会这样唱。

So tone-deaf means you can't hear tones, which equals you can't sing correctly along. And set my favorite songs as a ringtone.

所以音痴意味着你听不出来音调,这相当于你无法正确地唱歌。还有把我最喜欢的歌曲设为铃声。

So what that means it's very obvious. On your cell phone, when the phone rings, it has a certain ring tone, because remember the phone is ringing and the tone equals the sound.

所以它的意思是很明显。当你的手机响起,它有特定的铃声,因为请记住电话正在响,而那个曲调就是声音。

So a ringtone is the sound of your phone that is ringing. So using this, we could say, oh, you know what, I love so many kinds of music.

所以铃声就是你手机响的时候发出的声音。所以用这个我们可以说,哦,你知道吗,我喜欢很多种音乐。

I have one song which is my favorite. It is so catchy.

我有一首最爱的歌曲。它非常抓耳。

It's a great earworm. I love it so much that I used it as my ringtone.

它是一首很棒的耳朵虫。我非常喜欢它,我把它用作铃声。

So every time or any time somebody calls me, I can listen to it again. So in conclusion, when we look at these words and look at these sentences, we can use them.

所以每当有人打电话给我,我可以把它再听一遍。所以总的来说,当我们看着这些单词和这些句子,当有人问我们时,我们可以使用它们。

When somebody asks us the questions: do you love singing, can you sing very well, you can answer and say, well, I love catchy songs. I love to sing along to a lot of songs.

当有人问我们这些问题:你喜欢唱歌吗,你唱得好吗,你可以回答说,嗯,我喜欢抓耳的歌曲。我喜欢跟唱很多歌曲。

But unfortunately, I'm very very tone-deaf, which means that I can't sing really well at all. But I still love the songs.

但不幸的是,我是个音痴,这意味着我唱的一点都不好。但我仍然喜欢那些歌。

I still love a good earworm that gets stuck in my head. And I love this song so much I even set it as my ringtone.

我还是喜欢那首留在我脑海里的耳朵虫。我非常喜欢这首歌,甚至把它设置为我的铃声。

Now moving on, here are some words we can describe music shows and singers. Sometimes in your test people might ask you what is your favorite kind of music, or what kind of singers do you like, or how often do you like to see music live.

接着说,这里有一些我们可以用来描述音乐节目和歌手的单词。有时在测试中,有人可能会问你最喜欢哪种音乐,或你喜欢哪种歌手,或者你多久看一次现场音乐。

So here are a lot of sentences and words that can help you to describe these questions. First, we have album record or vinyl.

所以这里有很多句子和单词可以帮助你描述这些问题。首先,我们有唱片或黑胶唱片。

So if somebody asks you do you listen to music on your computer or on your phone, or do you have physical music. Physical means we can put it into something.

所以如果有人问你你是喜欢在计算机或手机上听音乐还是听实体音乐。实体意味着我们可以把它放入某物中。

So then you can answer yes, I own a lot of vinyls. Or you can also say I own a lot of records, or I own a lot of physical albums.

然后你可以回答,是的,我有很多黑胶唱片。或者你也可以说我有很多唱片,或者我有很多实体专辑。

Let's just write here physical, physical, which means you can touch, so album, record, or a vinyl is the big black old-school way of listening to music. It looks like this.

我们在这里写,实体的,实体的,意思是你可以触摸,即专辑、唱片或黑胶唱片这种黑色的老式的听音乐的方式。它看起来像这样。

But you can also have a CD, CD, which is smaller. And you can say, I like to listen to my music on CDs.

但是你也可以有更小的 CD。你可以说我喜欢在 CD 上听音乐。

I have a lot of CDs at home. Moving on, we have live show, gig, and concert.

我家里有很多 CD。继续,我们有现场表演,演出和音乐会。

Now all three of those words mean the same thing. And that means you go somewhere to see some musicians playing a show.

这三个词意思是一样的。都指你去某个地方看一些音乐家演奏节目。

So you can say if somebody asks you how often do you see music live. Let me just write here.

所以如果有人问你多久看一次音乐现场,你可以说。我在这里写一下。

Watch or see music live. You can say, oh, I regularly go to concerts.

观看音乐现场。你可以说,哦,我经常去听音乐会。

Oh, last night I went to see an amazing gig by this band from the city. Or you can say, well, this weekend I'm going to see a live show and I hope it will be a great performance.

哦,昨晚我去看了这个城市的乐队的精彩演出。或者你可以说,嗯,这个周末我将去看现场表演,我希望这会是一场精彩的表演。

So just remember all three of these words express seeing music being played live. Alright, moving on, we have a record label.

所以请记住这三个表示看音乐现场演奏的词。好的,继续,我们有唱片公司。

So a record label is a company that pays the musicians money to their music. So let's just call it a CD or album company that will pay the musician.

唱片公司会花钱买音乐家的音乐。所以我们就称它为会给音乐家钱的 CD 或唱片公司。

So if somebody asks you who's your favorite singer, you can say, oh, I love this guy. I remember watching him before he was signed to a record label.

所以如果有人问你谁是你最喜欢的歌手,你可以说哦,我喜欢这个人。我记得我在他签唱片公司之前看过他的表演。

But I will tell you, after he signed to the record label, his music style changed a little bit. It got a lot bigger with a lot more instruments being played.

但我要告诉你,签了唱片公司之后,他的音乐风格发生了一点变化。场面变得很大,有很多乐器演奏。

Moving on, a massive hit. Now a massive hit means that the song is very very very successful.

继续说,热曲。热曲指的是这首歌非常非常非常成功。

So we'll just say it is a successful song. So you can say, hey, what kind of music do you like listening to?

所以我们会说这是一首成功的歌。所以你可以说,嘿,你喜欢听什么类型的音乐?

Do you have a favorite singer? You can say, oh, I have one favorite singer.

你有最喜欢的歌手吗?你可以说,哦,我有一个最喜欢的歌手。

His name is da da da, and last summer he had a massive hit and suddenly he got a lot more fans. Speaking of fans, we can use this to describe it have a huge following or fan base.

他的名字叫某某某,去年夏天他出了一首热曲,然后突然他有了更多粉丝。说到粉丝,我们可以用它来形容它拥有大量的追随者或粉丝群。

Both of these words and sentences means fans following an artist. So you can say, in addition to the last sentence, Wow, my favorite singer.

这些单词和句子都意味着粉丝追随某个艺术家。所以除了上一句话,你可以说,哇,我最喜欢的歌手。

I remember watching him long ago, but in five years after he had a massive hit, he signed to a record label and now he has a huge following. He has so many fans, a huge fan base.

我记得很久以前看过他的表演,但是五年后他出了一首热曲,他签了唱片公司,现在他拥有大量的追随者。他拥有如此众多的粉丝,拥有庞大的粉丝群。

So the fan base means a group of fans. And we can also use this sentence head over heels.

粉丝群意味着一群粉丝。我们也可以用这句话,疯狂迷恋。

Now head over heels means somebody likes you so so so so much. So I'll just write here, head over heels means like so much.

疯狂迷恋的意思有人很喜欢你。我就在这里写,疯狂迷恋指的是很喜欢。

So you can say, my favorite singer has got a huge fan base. He has a giant following and many many girls are head over heels in love with him and his music.

所以你可以说,我最喜欢的歌手拥有庞大的粉丝群。他的粉丝非常多,很多女孩疯狂迷恋他和他的音乐。

Just remember that when we use head over heels, it is an idiom. Let me write here idiom or just an expression.

请记住疯狂迷恋是一个习语。我在这里写上,习语或表达。

So what that means, for example, we can say it's raining so heavily. It's raining cats and dogs.

所以这意味着什么,例如,我们可以说下大雨。倾盆大雨。

Cats and dogs is the same, an idiom or an expression. So head over heels just means like.

倾盆大雨也是一样,是个习语或表达。所以疯狂迷恋的意思是喜欢。

I like something a crazy amount. So we can say, oh, my sister is head over heels in love with her new boyfriend.

我非常喜欢某物。所以我们可以说,哦,我姐姐疯狂迷恋她的新男朋友。

Or I can say, wow, that new song, I am head over heels for that new song. It's just an idiom which means I like it a lot.

或者我可以说,哇,我疯狂迷恋那首新歌。这只是个习语,表示我很喜欢它。

Moving on, we will now look at describing types of music using adjectives. So if in your examination somebody asks you, what kind of music do you enjoy, you can use all of these terms to help express yourselves within the exam.

继续,我们现在来看用形容词描述音乐的类型。所以在考试中,如果有人问你你喜欢哪种音乐,你可以使用这些话在考试中表达自己。

Let's take a look. First, we have the types of music and another word for type is genre.

我们来看看。首先,我们有音乐的类型,而另一个代表类型的词是 genre。

Genre of music. So you can say, I love classical music.

音乐类型。所以你可以说,我爱古典音乐。

Classical music of course is an older style of music. It's not modern.

当然古典音乐是一种古老的音乐风格。它不是现代的。

So we can say, not modern and it is music like Mozart. So if we look over here at words to describe the types of music, you can say, oh, I love classical music.

所以我们可以说不是现代的,像莫扎特那样的音乐。所以如果我们看一下这里用来形容音乐类型的词,你可以说,哦,我爱古典音乐。

I love classical music with a fast tempo. Tempo means how fast the beat is, like one, two, three, one, two, three, one, two, three, one, two, three, one, two, three.

我爱拍子快的古典音乐。拍子指的是节拍的速度,例如一二三,一二三,一二三,一二三,一二三。

And if your tempo is fast, we can say, oh, I love this song. It is so upbeat.

如果节奏很快,我们可以说,哦,我喜欢这首歌。它节奏很快。

That means it is a fast, quick tempo that makes you move. So upbeat means quick tempo.

这意味着它的节奏很快,让你动起来。所以节奏快指的是拍子快。

Looking over here, we have rock music. Rock music is the kind of music that has guitars and drums and bass.

看到这里,我们有摇滚音乐。摇滚音乐是一种使用吉他,鼓和贝斯的音乐类型。

So sometimes it is very heavy or loud. And let's take a look over here.

所以有时它很沉重或很大声。让我们看一下这里。

Do you like rock music? Someone may ask you.

你喜欢摇滚音乐吗?有人可能会问你。

And you can say, oh, yes, I love heavy loud rock music with a fast tempo. Some rock songs are relaxing.

你可以说,哦,是的,我爱节奏快的沉重,大声的摇滚音乐。有些摇滚歌曲令人放松。

But if I want to relax and be peaceful, I will listen to classical music. But for me, when I'm going to the gym, I like some upbeat piercing rock music.

但如果我想放松一下,保持平静,我会听古典音乐。但对我来说,当我去健身房时,我喜欢一些欢乐的有穿透力的摇滚音乐。

And what piercing means, it means it goes straight through. That means it is very loud and very heavy.

有穿透力的意思是它直接穿过。这意味着它很大声,很沉。

So piercing means heavy and it can be too loud for some people. Too loud.

所以有穿透力意味着很沉,而且对于某些人来说也可能太吵了。太吵了。

It can maybe hurt your ears, right. Let's look at another genre.

可能会伤害你的耳朵。我们来看另一种类型。

Hip hop. Hip hop is like rap music.

嘻哈。嘻哈就像说唱音乐。

Rap music and usually with hip hop music the drums are strong. And when people sing, they don't sing.

说唱音乐,通常有嘻哈音乐,而且鼓声很大。人们唱歌的时候,他们并没有唱歌。

So I'll say here don't sing. They will be more. . . they will use spoken words with a rhythm.

所以我在这里写,没有唱歌。他们更多的是......他们会使用带有节奏的话语。

So it's more spoken. And looking over here, we have the word rhythmic.

所以它更像是话语。看到这里,我们有节奏这个词。

Rhythmic means we have drums and bass that makes your head move in a rhythm, like. . . So rhythmic means drums and bass makes you move.

意味着我们有鼓和贝斯,让你的头有节奏地运动,像这样......所以节奏意味着鼓和贝斯让你动起来。

So we can use that with hip-hop. You can say, oh, I love hip-hop.

所以我们可以描述嘻哈音乐的时候使用它。你可以说,哦,我喜欢嘻哈。

I love very rhythmic hip-hop that can make me move. But sometimes, I like some soft, relaxing hip-hop where the words will let me think about my life.

我喜欢很有节奏的嘻哈,可以让我动起来。但有时我喜欢一些柔和、轻松的嘻哈音乐,让我思考我的生活。

If we look at this genre, k-pop, which stands for Korean pop. Korean pop is sometimes very loud.

如果我们看到这个类型,k-pop,即韩国流行音乐。韩国流行音乐有时会很大声。

Sometimes very upbeat and has a fast tempo and also sometimes it can be very catchy. As we remember, we use the word earworm that means it can get stuck in our head.

有时很欢快而且节奏很快,有时也会非常抓耳。还记得吗,我们使用了这个词,耳朵虫,意思是停留在我们的脑海里。

We will remember it a lot. Other words we can use to describe k-pop, I would say is lively, which means it is very upbeat and makes you feel happy.

我们会牢记它。其它我们可以用来形容 k-pop 的词有生动的,这意味着非常欢快,让你感到快乐。

It's not oh, sad, like melancholic. Melancholic which means sad and a little depressive.

它不悲伤,忧郁。忧郁意味着悲伤和有点沮丧。

So let's just write here, sad, depressive. K-pop will not usually be melancholic unless if they are singing about a relationship that has ended.

所以就在这里写悲伤,沮丧。K-pop 通常不会忧郁,除非它们唱的是关于一段已经结束的恋爱关系。

Usually it will be lively and warm. Warm means very happy.

通常它会很活泼热闹。热闹的意思是非常欢快。

Of course, happy and uplifting. Uplifting means that you were sad but you listen to it and now you feel better about life.

当然就是欢快和令人振奋。令人振奋指的是你本来很悲伤,但你听到这首歌,现在你觉得生活更美好了。

So when we say uplift, we can say makes you feel better or happier. So let's take a look over here.

所以当我们可以振奋,我们可以说让你感觉更好或更开心。我们看看这里。

We have the words punk music. Punk music is like a rock music, but it is very fast.

我们有朋克音乐。朋克音乐就像摇滚音乐一样,但是速度非常快。

It has a fast tempo and sometimes it can be also melancholic and can be sad. We can say, oh, you know, I don't like k-pop.

它节奏很快,有时可能很忧郁,可能很悲伤。我们可以说,哦,你知道,我不喜欢 k-pop。

For me, k-pop is too warm and lively. I like some fast tempo, melancholic rock music or punk music.

对我来说,k-pop 太热烈活泼了。我喜欢一些节奏快的,忧郁的摇滚音乐或朋克音乐。

Other words we can have is electronic music. Electronic music means it is from a computer or a synthesizer, which is an electric piano, but usually electronic music we make on a computer.

我们可以用的其他的词还有电子音乐。电子音乐是指音乐来自计算机或电子钢琴的合成器,但是通常是指我们在计算机上制作的电子音乐。

So when I say, oh, I love electronic music, we can use words, for example, mmm, I like some harmonic electronic music. Harmonic means that there are different harmonies that come together to create a more full and rich beautiful sound.

所以当我说,哦,我爱电子音乐,我们可以使用这些词,例如,嗯,我喜欢有和旋的电子音乐。和旋意味着会有不同的和声共同创造出更饱满,更丰富的优美声音。

Or if many people are singing, like five people are singing, we say that their voices are harmonic together. So harmonic means many sounds come and work together.

或者如果很多人在唱歌,例如五个人在唱歌,我们会说他们的声音和在一起。所以和弦指的是很多声音合在一起。

And the last genre we have over here is jazz. Now jazz usually is not very. . . not very warm or not very catchy often.

我们这里最后一个类型是爵士。爵士通常不是很热闹,或者不是很抓耳。

Sometimes jazz can be very complicated. And it's hard to get to a rhythm but jazz is very different.

有时爵士乐可能非常复杂。而且很难有节奏,但是爵士差异很大。

Some are more rhythmic, and some are more upbeat, but some can also be melancholic, and some can also be very piercing. Piercing, of course, means like ah, it's not easy to listen to.

有的更富有节奏感,有的更欢快,但有的可能也很忧郁,有些也可能很有穿透力。当然有穿透力是指像这样,不太好听。

So in conclusion, let's take a look at how we can bring the two together. The genres and the adjectives to describe them.

最后我们要看看如何将这两部分合起来。用类型和形容词来描述它们。

If somebody asks you, what kind of music do you like, what kind of music do you enjoy, why do you enjoy this genre of music, you can use all of these words. For example, I love classical music.

如果有人问你喜欢什么类型的音乐,你为什么喜欢这种音乐类型,你可以使用这些词。例如,我喜欢古典音乐。

If I want to relax, it can be very relaxing for me when I am studying or when I want to just relax at home. We can also say, oh, I love some up-tempo rock music, or I love some fast tempo punk music.

如果我想放松一下,对我来说当我学习或想要在家放松时,它可能会很令人放松。我们也可以说,哦,我喜欢一些快节奏的摇滚音乐,或者我喜欢一些快节奏的朋克音乐。

For me, it's so lively and it really makes me wake up and be active. We can also look at I love hip hop.

对我来说,它如此活泼,真的让我提神并变得活跃起来。我们也可以看,我爱嘻哈。

Hip hop for me is very rhythmic and I like to go along with the beat when I work out. You can say, I love k-pop.

对我来说,嘻哈很有节奏感,我喜欢在锻炼的时候跟随节奏一起动。你可以说我爱 k-pop。

I love lively, warm, uplifting k-pop, which is catchy and to make me move. And remember the word uplifting means if you are sad, it can make you rise up again and feel happy again.

我喜欢活泼、热闹、令人振奋的 k-pop,它很抓耳,而且让我动起来。请记住,令人振奋这个词的意思如果你很难过,它会让你再次振作起来,再次感到高兴。

You can also say, I love electronic music. I like lively electronic music, but sometimes when I'm sad, I like to listen to some melancholic electronic music to just relax me.

你也可以说我爱电子音乐。我喜欢活泼的电子音乐,但有时当我悲伤的时候,我喜欢听一些忧郁的电子音乐放松一下。

And the last one, jazz. We can say, I love jazz.

最后一个,爵士乐。我们可以说,我爱爵士乐。

I like all kinds of jazz. I like upbeat jazz.

我喜欢各种爵士乐。我喜欢欢快的爵士乐。

I like some piercing rhythmic jazz. And sometimes I like some relaxing, melancholic jazz on a Sunday night.

我喜欢一些有穿透力、节奏感强的爵士乐。有时候周日晚上我喜欢一些放松的、忧郁的爵士乐。

So that concludes our lesson on music for today. So if you are preparing for your outs exam and people are going to ask you about music, you can go over these examples to really get familiar with the terms so that you can best your test, speaking of which, if you'd like to see more videos like these to prepare for your IELTS test, you can go to bestmytest. com.

我们今天关于音乐的课程就到这里。所以如果你正在准备参加考试,而有人会向你提音乐相关的问题,你可以学习这些例句来真正熟悉使用这些说法,这样你可以最好地进行测试,说到这个,如果你想要看更多类似这样的视频来备考雅思,考试做准备,你可以访问 bestmytest. com。

And if you like it, maybe comment or check out some more videos. So this is teacher Neil saying thank you and have a nice day.

如果你喜欢,也许可以评论或查看更多视频。我是尼尔老师,谢谢你们,祝你们有愉快的一天。

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