我想行山學英文呢

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   By Jacques on Friday, December 16, 2016 - 1:39 pm:  Edit Posted From: 119.236.209.3

Hello, I'm Jacques just want to speak English and hiking together.Is it free of charge?

   By 竹林 (202.82.241.217) on Friday, December 10, 2004 - 6:01 pm:  Edit

話說有一段時間,我認識了一個英國人,他喜歡行山,我們曾有數次一起行山,我學了很多英文..可惜,他已回鄉了,..有沒有人可以一邊教英文,一邊可以陪我行山,收費面議,謝謝

   By 老人家 (219.78.113.224) on Friday, December 10, 2004 - 10:47 pm:  Edit

陪你行山冇問題,橫惦都行,相信很少人會期望行山時教英語會可以收好多錢.問題是你未有指出你的要求.例如你對此人的語言或學歷有甚麼要求?

香港有很多人的學歷會很好,但他們普遍有個共同弱點:中國式的句法,中國式的口音,發音不準/錯,說話夾雜著似是而非的美國口音,懂國際音標的又極少.除非你的英語水平足以看出這些不足之處,否則...

建議你跟這隊人行山,看看怎樣?

Hong Kong Trampers

   By 竹林 (202.82.241.217) on Sunday, December 12, 2004 - 10:20 am:  Edit

謝謝你老人家,其實,我自知沒有語言天份,只能夠將勤補拙.:)其實,若果能用中國式的口音表達自己想表達的,在我的眼,已經很好了,畢竟我們不是全部都要當教師,對嗎.....:)不過,一邊行山,一邊可以聊很多東西,無形中就可以學到很多了..對於Hong Kong Tramper...我想我的英文水準不足以週旋於各國外藉人士......:)..就看將來有沒有緣份認識外國行山人仕了....:)

   By 老人家 (219.79.64.175) on Sunday, December 12, 2004 - 9:57 pm:  Edit

>>自知沒有語言天份<<

這句話有趣,但不真實.例如我向你說:我自知極有語言天份.這樣的說話,你認為有幾真實?

>>將勤補拙<<

當我還是小朋友那時聽過無數次這句話,也曾信以為真.我現在認為這說話縱使不全部是謊言,也是極度容易誤導人的說話.怎樣誤導?如果你信它,你可能會願意花很多時間落去,因為它令你以為<勤>就是惟一方法,也使你看不到其實還有其他方法.結果?事倍功半,甚至一事無成,那不是誤導是甚麼?

<<若果能用中國式的口音表達自己想表達的,在我的眼,已經很好了>>

得與唔得冇人能預知,如果橫惦都要定學習目標,點解訂得咁低?咁嘛好蠢?

言歸正傳,橫惦你都預左交學費,老人家又貧苦無依,有時兩餐都不繼,不如咁丫,任選以下一款:

1 老人家同你一起行山,但全程你,我都只可說英語,我聽唔明你講乜,你要預左比人窒,你聽唔明我講乜,你又要比人窒.學費免收了,不過你要代付一切車船費(飛機費例外,因為飛行服務隊唔收錢).另外,要負很大心理壓力,因為:老人家其實未必識英語(甚至唔識字);佢冇錢撘車去行山,所以想扼人幫佢比車錢,甚至食飯錢;佢極有可能係心理變態,最鍾意窒人;

2 約略同上,不同之處是:一起參加 Hong Kong Trampers 行山(唔好等乜野緣份啦,果度次次都有鬼佬一起行),因為全隊人都要講英文,老人家無暇窒十幾人咁多(包括你閣下),所以免<窒>了.心理負擔少D,不過你仍要代付一切交通費.另外再要請老人家飲不少過一罐汽水,以補償代你翻譯及<照住>你的額外酬勞.

有興趣嗎?

   By 竹林 (202.82.241.217) on Monday, December 13, 2004 - 12:16 pm:  Edit

老人家,哈哈,只要你不怕煩,我們就相約去行山了,行港島,可以嗎,有聯絡的email嗎

   By 老人家 (219.77.76.127) on Monday, December 13, 2004 - 8:17 pm:  Edit

竹林

煩?煩得過果D幾十歲,成日想<窒>人的老人家?行山學英文你都諗到出黎,我真係服左你囉.

行港島?我認為有較好的路線.我已經在這個 post 加入電郵地址,我們可以聯絡.

   By 竹林 (202.82.241.217) on Tuesday, December 14, 2004 - 8:58 am:  Edit

老人家sorry, i cant find your email????

   By 老人家 (219.77.74.63) on Tuesday, December 14, 2004 - 10:21 am:  Edit

Move your cursor over my user name at my previous post. It will change into a hand. Double click the user name and your email client (whatever that is) should come alive and ready for you to do a message.

Easier still, my email address is: pooroldie@yahoo.com.hk.

Hm...you are a newbie here, aren't you?

   By ngu (218.103.33.109) on Friday, December 17, 2004 - 2:34 pm:  Edit

竹林,can't you just switch on your TV, tune to BBC or CNN, and learn how plain, everyday English is spoken?

   By Tong (218.255.62.139) on Friday, December 17, 2004 - 7:52 pm:  Edit

For me, it's not a very good time to talk during hiking, especially when I am going uphill, as I need most of my energy on the exercise.

I understand that one of the objective for hiking is to have friends gather around and share; my thought is that, people who can talk naturally when they are hiking are really energetic.

By the way, it's a good sharing time when we are having tea after a hike as the mind is usually refreshed after the hike and new ideas tend to come at that moment.

   By IVM on Tuesday, December 13, 2005 - 8:43 pm:  Edit

老人家:
看了你的話直令我抱腹大笑。你的優默感很老練和充滿人情味呢!

   By 老人家 on Tuesday, December 13, 2005 - 9:45 pm:  Edit

謝謝你,不過,我不是故意如此的,可能純是因為年記大,又喜歡拿人家來開點玩笑吧。不過,到了今天,我對香港人的英語水準仍然保持同樣的觀點。香港人(尤其是那些可憐的納稅人)投入英語的心血和資源有若干,而香港人的英語水準又如何,大家心照好了。

如果真的想藉行山的機會學英文,除了 Hong Kong Trampers 外,也可以參加 Saturday Hikers ,他們的行程比前者輕鬆,也等於更多機會與絕大部份都是歐籍的行友傾談哪。

Saturday Hikers


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