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Örömmel értesítünk, hogy elindultak a videóink! Ezek miről is szólnak?
 
 
Ezeknek a videóknak, amelyeket rendszeresen közzéteszünk a Youtube csatornánkon - amelyre érdemes feliratkoznod - az a céljuk, hogy fejlesszék a szövegértésedet, a kiejtésedet, a szókincsedet és az angolul való gondolkodásodat! Kezdetnek interjúkkal indítunk, amelyeket Angliában készítettünk, többnyire anyanyelviekkel.

A videó alatt a Youtube-on megtalálod a szöveget is, alatta szószedettel, hogy ezzel is segítsük a szövegértésedet! A videóknál életszerűségre törekszünk, épp ezért olyan környezeti tényezők is előfordulnak, amik a való életben is, például háttérzaj.

Szívesen várjuk a kommentjeidet, és a visszajelzésedet a videók alatt, de csakis ANGOLUL! Jó tanulást és fejlődést kívánunk.
 
I. videó - The English weather - Az angol időjárás

 

Érdemes a témával kapcsolatban megtanulni a szavakat, mert az időjárás egy örökös beszédtéma, melyről bárhol és bárkivel tudsz beszélgetni, így gyakorolva az angoltudásodat.
 
 
 
Tünde: Hi guys, welcome to angolrahangolva! I’m here in England and I have a very good friend here, Claire…
Claire: Hi!
Tünde: So, Claire, how are you today?
Claire: I am very well, thank you.
Tünde: So, what do you think about the weather?
Claire: Never boring. Our weather is never dull… always changing.
Tünde: That’s true. And do you miss the sunshine in wintertime?
Claire: It only makes you look forward to it in the summer.
Tünde: Sure. And how many… What’s the temperature in summer?
Claire: It can range from anything, from 30 to 70, to 80. (degrees Fahrenheit)
Tünde: And can you get a sunstroke sometimes?
Claire: You can because we’re just not used to it.
Tünde: It’s true.
Claire: We are not used to it. (Laughs)
Tünde: How often do you go to the beach for example?
Claire: Erhhh… Personally… Me, not very often. Some of our beaches are lovely, but not as nice as the lovely ones that you see when you are abroad.
Tünde: For example? Which one is your favourite?
Claire: For example the Maldives would be a lot more appealing..
Tünde: Ah, that’s true. i love the Maldives.
Claire: ... than Brighton…
Tünde: That’s true, that’s true. When was the last time when you were in Brighton?
Claire : Ahh, a couple of months ago.
Tünde: That’s awesome. Okay, do you want to send any message to my students – why should they practise English? Why is it important to speak English?
Claire: Ohhh… Practise English… Can be used everywhere… and learn English sarcasm.
As it will catch you out every time. So when we say it is sunny and it’s raining, we’re joking. It’s sarcasm. 
Tünde: It’s true.
Claire: And hope to see you all soon. And come to England!
Tünde: Thank you so much Claire!
Claire: You’re welcome!

Szószedet:
Weather – időjárás
Boring – unalmas
Dull – unalmas, borús
That’s true. – Ez igaz.
To miss the sunshine – hiányolni a napsütést
To look forward to – alig várni valamit
Temperature – hőmérséklet
To range from – bizonyos tartományban terjed
Sunstroke – napszúrás
To be used to something – hozzászokik valamihez
Personally – személy szerint
Lovely – csodás
Appealing – vonzó
Awsome – király, nagyszerű
Sarcasm – szarkazmus
To catch somebody out – leleplezni valakit
Sunny – napos
To joke – viccelődni

 
 
II. videó - In a charity shop - Egy jótékonysági boltban
 

A jótékonysági bolt érdekes színfoltja a brit közéletnek. Ugyanakkor a küldetésük, hogy új gazdát találjanak a különböző termékeknek miközben a rászorulóknak és különböző kórházaknak, segélyszervezeteknek, alapítványoknak gyűjtenek pénzt, példa értékű.

De lássuk is a videóban, mi is történik egy "charity shop"-ban?
  
 
In this video we have visited a charity shop and talked about the role of charity.
See the conversation below:
Tünde: HI guys, I’m Tünde from Angolrahangolva, welcome to England again. I’m here in a charity shop with Cheryl…
Cheryl: Hello!
Tünde: So how are you doing today?
Cheryl: Thank you, we are very well.
Tünde: Good.
Cheryl: Yes.
Tünde: So, Cheryl, could you tell us something about the role of charity in England?
Cheryl: Charity is a very big… ehh… thing here, we’re lot of charity retail shops where we raise money for different causes. This particular charity shop is for the Woking Hospice, for cancer patients and paying for their treatments in the hospices and making their life very comfortable towards the end of a very nasty illness. So, we raise money in this shop which pays towards the hospice and we have seventeen shops in the Surrey area.
Tünde: That’s lovely.
Cheryl: Yeah.
Tünde: How does it feel to work for such a great thing?
Cheryl: I love it! Because it makes you want to sell more.
Tünde: Sure.
Cheryl: Because, umm… the more money you get, the better it makes you feel.
Tünde: Mhm.
Cheryl: And it’s this nice to interact with customers and chat to them and get to know people.
Tünde: That’s awesome.
Cheryl: I’m within the community as well.
Tünde: That’s awesome.
Cheryl: Yes, yes.
Tünde: So, how long have you been working here?
Cheryl: I started as a volunteer, about a year and a half ago, and then I was a relief manager, going around the seventeen shops….
Tünde: Mhm….
Cheryl: … which was paid, and then I got the manager’s job here.
Tünde: Oh my God! Congratulations!
Cheryl: So this… And I lived… And I live here as well. So I love it, yes.
Tünde: That’s awesome. Thanks so much.
Cheryl: Yes.
Tünde: I would just have a very last question…
Cheryl: Yes…
Tünde: Ahh… You know I have my students in… in Hungary…
Cheryl: Aha…
Tünde: … and now all around the world online…
Cheryl: Yes…
Tünde: What would you recommend, why is it worth learning and why is it good to speak English very well?
Cheryl: Speaking English? I think because it’s a worldwide recognised language… eh… and eh…it could help you with your education, being successful in a career and just having that knowledge of having a language … eh…which is recognised all around the world, and yes, I think it would help you.
Tünde: Excellent! Thank you so much.
Cheryl: But don’t be a Cockney like me! 
Tünde: Thank you so much!
Cheryl: Thank you very much!
Tünde : It was very kind of you! All the best!
Cheryl: Thank you very much, thank you!

Szószedet:
Charity shop – jótékonysági bolt
Role –szerep
Retail shops – kiskereskedés, kisbolt
To raise money – pénzt gyűjteni
Cause – ok, cél
Cancer patients – rákos betegek
Treatment – kezelés
To make something comfortable – kényelmessé tenni valamit
Nasty illness – csúnya/szörnyű betegség
Area – terület
Lovely – csodás, nagyszerű
To sell – eladni, árulni
To interact with customers – kapcsolatba kerülni a vásárlókkal
To get to know with somebody – megismerkedni valakivel
Awesome – nagyszerű, király
Community – közösség
Volunteer – önkéntes
Relief manager – területi képviselő
To recommend – ajánlani, javasolni
To worth learning – érdemes tanulni
Worldwide recognised language – világszerte elismert nyelv
Education – oktatás
Successful – sikeres
Knowledge – tudás
Excellent – kiváló, kitűnő
Cockney – a kelet-londoni angolokat hívják így, akik gyakran szlengesen beszélnek, az East End-ről származnak
All the best! – minden jót

 
 
III. videó - Free time - Szabadidő
 
Ez alkalommal a szabadidő eltöltéséről váltunk pár szót egy angol fiatallal, Archie-val, aki elmondja nekünk röviden, hogy a munkán kívüli szabadidejét mivel is tölti. 
 
 
Tünde: Hi guys, welcome to Angolrahangolva! I’m Tünde and I have Archie here with me today.
Archie: Hi!
Tünde: So how are you doing?
Archie: I’m good, not too bad.
Tünde: That’s great!
Archie: It stopped raining so I’m happy now.
Tünde: Yeah, me too. So we are in England and i would like to ask some personal questions from Archie. So, first of all would you tell us your age please?
Archie: Yeah, I’m 24 years old.
Tünde: 24, so you’re very young.
Archie: Yeah.
Tünde: So how do you spend your free time?
Archie: Ehm, oh… the free time I actually get from this place… Eh… Generally just chillin’ out, go to friends, playing football most of the time.
Tünde: Mhm. Football?
Archie: Yeah.
Tünde: How often do you play football?
Archie: Ehmm… I play some professional, so… I play every week.
Tünde: Ah, really?
Archie: Yeah, yeah.
Tünde: That’s awesome.
Archie: Yeah.
Tünde: And basically do you have some pitch nearby?
Archie: It’s in London.
Tünde: In London…
Archie: I play it for a team in London.
Tünde: In London… And how far is London from here?
Archie: About… It is around 45 minutes’ drive. Depends on traffic, as London’s traffic is always the worst.
Tünde: That’s great. And what do you think about pub crawls?
Archie: You can’t get any better, really.
Tünde: Sure.
Archie: From the start to finish.  🙂 
Tünde: So it’s your cup of tea, we can say that.
Archie: Yeah, definitely my cup of tea.
Tünde: That’s good.
Archie: Ehhh… definitely up for pub crawl.
Tünde: Mhm.
Archie: Always getting drunk and… not too bad, as a student, by myself, it’s….
Tünde: Sure. What’s your favourite drink?
Archie: Ehhh… Oh, brandy.
Tünde: Brandy?
Archie: Not really a student drink, but…
Tünde: Sure.
Archie: I don’t drunk… I don’t like beer. It gets me too much of a beer belly.
Tünde: And cider?
Archie: Cider? I like cider.
Tünde: Which is you favourite cider?
Archie: Magners, for me.
Tünde: I love that too, so…
Archie: … a lot of ice…
Tünde: Yeah, sure. Do you have a specific flavour that you prefer?
Archie: Just the original, really.
Tünde: The original. I love the strawberry with lemon or raspberry with lemon version.
Archie: The sweet, you’ve got a sweet tooth.
Tünde: Yeah, it’s girlie.
Archie: Yeah… (Laughs.)
Tünde: Okay, so, anything else that you do in your free time?
Archie: Ehh… do only just spend time with my niece and nephew, look after them…
Tünde: Ahhh.
Archie: Yeah.
Tünde: How old are they?
Archie: Ehh… my nephew’s one and my niece just turned six.
Tünde: It’s okay, so, that’s great. Congratulations!
Archie: Oh, they’re little devils.
Tünde: Devils?
Archie: Yeah, so…
Tünde: Sure.
Archie: It takes a lot to look after sometimes.
Tünde: Great! Do you want to tell my students why is… why it’s very important to speak English worldwide? What do you think as a young … about that?
Archie: Ehh, I think it’s really good ’cause you can go to anywhere in the world. English is used literally everywhere.
Tünde: Sure.
Archie: It makes you… It’s working for a good starting point in life when you go to a new place…
Tünde: Absolutely.
Archie: It’s good for jobs in the CV as well.
Tünde: Good, thank you so much Archie!
Archie: That’s alright, my pleasure!
Tünde: Thank you, take care!
Archie: Have a good day, take care! See you soon!
Tünde: Thank you, see you!
Archie: Bye, bye!

Szószedet
Personal question – személyes kérdés
First of all – először is
Age – kor, életkor
To spend your free time – eltölteni a szabadidődet
Actually – valójában
Generally – általában
To chill out – lazít (szlenges)
Most of the time – legtöbbször
How often – milyen gyakran?
Basically – alapvetően
Pitch – futballpálya
Nearby – közelben
45 minutes’ drive – 45 perces autóút
To depend on something – függni valamitől
Pub crawl – kocsmatúra
To get any better – jobbat nem is kapni/találni, jobb nem is lehet
It’s your cup of tea. – Ez a te ízlésed. / Ez a te világod. / Ez a te stílusod.
Definetely – határozottan
To be up for something – odalenni valamiért
To get drunk – berúgni/megrészegedni
By myself – egymagam/egyedül
Beer belly – sörhas
Cider – szénsavas ízesített alkoholos ital (eredetileg almabor) pl.: Magners
Specific – különleges, sajátos
Flavour – íz
To prefer – előnyben részesíteni, szeretni
Strawberry – eper
Lemon – citrom
Raspberry – málna
Sweet – édes
To have a sweet tooth – édesszájúnak lenni
Girlie – csajos/lányos
Niece – unokahúg
Nephew – unokaöccs
To look after somebody – gondoskodni valakiről/ vigyázni valakire
Congratulations! – Gratulálok!
Devil – ördög
Worldwide - világszerte
’cause = because – mert
Literally – szó szerint
Starting point – kiinduló pont
Absolutely – teljes mértékben
CV – önéletrajz
As well – is/szintén

 
IV. videó - In a pub - Egy kocsmában
Az angol kocsmák a közösségi élet fontos színterét alkotják, mivel mindenkinek megvan a törzshelye, ahol ki tud kapcsolódni, találkozni a barátokkal, ismerősökkel vagy csak egy kicsit lazítani, focimeccset nézni... Vagy ahogy egy volt angol kollégánk mondta: "In England, if you finish work, you go to the pub! If you want to have a drink or some food, you go to the pub. If you want to catch up with your mates, you go to the pub! If you ask me, from wherever you start, you end up in the pub, it's the cornerstone of our social life!"
 
 
 
Tünde: Hi guys, welcome to Angolra Hangolva! I am here in England, in a pub, in ehh… Hungry Horse, with Sam. How are you today?
Sam: Good, you?
Tünde: Awesome! So, could you please tell us something about pub life nowadays? Is it ahh… busy?
Sam: Ahhh…. Yeah, I mean food wise we’re busy. We’re very, like sport-orientated. You know, football, rugby, tennis… especially with all the TVs on all around the bar.
Tünde: Especially today, it’s Saturday, I guess.
Sam: Yeah, there’s a Liverpool game on today.
Tünde: Ahh, and I thought because of Valentine’s day.
Sam: Yes, it was Valentine ’s Day.
Tünde: Were there many couples around in the pub?
Sam: There’s a few, we have a few tables around in a bit.
Tünde: Sure. What are the most typical English foods, pub foods?
Sam: Ahh… mainly beef burgers.
Tünde: Beef burgers…
Sam: Beef burgers, doughnut burgers… anything with a lot of calories…
Tünde: Anything else? Ah, calorie… Yeah.
Sam: Yes.
Tünde: What type of drink do they prefer? I mean most of the people.
Sam: Mainly ciders.
Tünde: Ciders…
Sam: So, most of them have favourite ciders, and we always got Carling, Fosters, Stella…
Tünde: My students don’t know really much about ciders. Could you please explain what kind of drink is that?
Sam: It’s… you know… it’s kind like it’s a really bit it’s like lemonade…
Tünde: Mhm…
Sam: With alcohol, really fizzy and fruity, so
Tünde: That’s my favourite drink too.
Sam: It’s more of a summer sort of beverage.
Tünde: There are some specific flavours…
Sam: There are.
Tünde: Yes, which flavour is the most preferred?
Sam; Ahhh, mixed fruit.
Tünde: Yeah.
Sam: Mixed fruit, strawberry, lime, raspberry.
Tünde: Yeah, that’s great.
Sam: More of the fruity ones.
Tünde: My last question would be, from you, ehh…, why do you think it’s really, really important to speak English fluently? What would you recommend to my students, why is it important to speak English, what do you reckon?
Sam; Ehm, when you’re In England? I don’t know, I guess as the thing with England is… there are a few people that do speak other foreign languages.
Tünde: Sure.
Sam: It’s just tends to happen that way. It’s quite an easy language though.
Tünde: Do you think so?
Sam: It’s quite simple, compared to the other languages.
Tünde: See guys? So she said it’s very simple and easy, so I encourage you to go on on this track.
Tünde: Thank you very much Sam.
Sam: That’s fine.
Tünde: I appreciate and take care! Have a lovely day!
Sam: Thanks! Fine!
Tünde: Buy guys!

Szószedet:
Pub – kocsma
Busy – forgalmas
I mean – Úgy értem
Food-wise – ételek tekintetében
Sport-orientated – sport orientált
Especially – főleg
I guess – Úgy vélem/gondolom.
Because of - miatt
Couple – pár
Typical English foods – tipikus angol ételek
Mainly – főleg
Beef burger – marhahúsból készült hamburger
Doughnut burger – fánk hamburger (két fánk közi teszik a hamburger húst, ami igazi kalóriabomba)
A lot of calories – sok kalória
Cider – szénsavas ízesített alkoholos ital (eredetileg almabor) pl.: Magners
Most of them – legtöbbjük
To explain – elmagyarázni
Lemonade – limonádé
Fizzy – szénsavaz
Fruity – gyümölcsös
A summer sort of beverage – nyári jellegű ital
Specific flavour – jellegzetes íz
To be preferred – kedvelt
To speak English fluently – folyékonyan beszélni angolul
To recommend – ajánlani/javasolni
To reckon – gondolni
Foreign languages – idegennyelv
To tend to happen that way – úgy kezd megtörténni
Though – habár
To be compared to – hasonlítva valamihez
To encourage – bátorítani
To go on this track – ezen az úton haladni
I appreciate – nagyra értékelem 

 
V. videó - Sights - Látnivalók
Ez a videó Windsorban készült, ahol II. Erzsébet angol királynő állandó rezidenciája található. Itt egy kedves angol pár válaszolt kérdéseinkre a látnivalókkal kapcsolatban, illetve, hogy mit érdemes megnézni azon a vidéken, ahonnan ők származnak, illetve Londonban.
 
 
Tünde: Hi guys, it’s Tünde again, welcome to Angolrahangolva. We are in Windsor with some very nice people… hi guys, how are you today?
Very well, thank you.
Tünde: Awesome. So, basically how is it to be in Windsor? What are your feelings about that? To be in a historic place?
Ehm… It’s amazing! Looking at the history… and this is our history… right now!
Tünde: Indeed.
And it is great to see all these different cultures, nationalities…
Tünde: Exactly. So, is it your first time to be here?
It’s the first time I’ve been here.
Tünde: You’ve been inside…
No, not yet. We’re just…
Tünde: Are you planning?
Maybe, that’s what we are just discussing now.
Tünde: Okay. The queue is pretty long, so…
Yeah.
Tünde: You will see that. Do you know something, whether the queen is here today?
No.
Tünde: Have you seen the flag?
No, there is no flag, so she’s not here.
Tünde: She’s not here, okay. And, where are you from?
We live in the Midlands.
Tünde: Midlands? Okay.
Eastern Midlands.
Tünde: Are you tourists now here?
Ehh, yeah, we’re just here for the weekend, yes.
Tünde: Eh, I think it is worth visiting England so much. What do you reckon though, which are the most important sights around, what would you recommend?
London. Yeah, the Tower of London, quite similar to Windsor, ah… Houses of Parliament…
Tünde: Sure.
Getting on the London Eye… Yeah. You can see everything, ahhh… Going to Soho, Camden Town, the West End. Yeah… Places like that in London. you can’t…
Tünde: Up to north?
I think I was gonna say, go to Preston!
Tünde: Preston?
🙂
Tünde: What are the sights or…
Ehh… eh,, well there’s a beautiful town hall, really beautiful, gothic town hall… eh… and there’s a pretty football team there. Hehehe…
Tünde: Yes? Are they good at football?
And then you’ve got Man. United and Man. City which is a bit further down and Liverpool is quite close.
Tünde: Oh, I love the Liverpool accent, so…
Yes, it’s good. You can go on a ferry across Liverpool, along the Mersey, and then you’ve got the Lake District and those kinds of areas…. You can’t go wrong with it anyway, it’s a nice place.
Tünde: Okay, thank you.
You’re welcome.
Tünde: Could we just have a very last question? What would you recommend to my students, why is it important to speak English? What’s the significance of it?
Everyone speaks English.
Tünde: Everybody… So what’s your message to them?
Learn English. 🙂
Tünde: I told you guys! That’s the message from everyone! So, that’s useful. Thank you so much!
You’re welcome.
Tünde: Take care and have fun here in Windsor.
Have a nice time as well. Thank you, cheers!
Tünde: Bye guys!
Okay!

Szószedet:
Windsor – Londontól kb. 4o percre található történelmi város, ahol a híres Windsor-i kastély található, a Királynő egyik rezidenciája
Basically – alapvetően
How is it to be? – Milyen itt lenni?
Feeling – érzés
Historic place – történelmi hely
Amazing – elképesztő
Indeed – valóban
Culture – kultúra
Nationality – nemzetiség
Exactly – pontosan
To be inside – bent lenni
Not yet – még nem
To plan – tervezni
Maybe – talán
To discuss – megvitatni, megbeszélni
Queue – sor
Pretty long – elég hosszú
Whether – hogy vajon
Queen – királynő
Flag – zászló
Eastern – keleti
Tourist – turista
It is worth visiting – megéri meglátogatni
To reckon – gondolni

 
VI. videó - Sport
A mai videónk a sportról szól, amelyet egy nagyon kedves bolgár barátunkkal készítettünk Londonban (tehát nem anyanyelvi interjúalanyunk volt). Tökéletes alkalom arra, hogy az akcentusokkal is ismerkedj. Kivételesen a szöveget nem a Youtube videóleírásban találod, hanem a videó alatti linket követve, a videó hosszúsága miatt. Jó tanulást!
 
 
A video szövege illetve a szószedet a nagyobb terjedelem miatt itt érhető el: https://angolrahangolva.com/video-6-szoszedet
 
VII. videó - Közlekedés/Taxi
Mai videónk a közlekedésről szól, amelyet egy taxisofőrrel készítettünk (30 éve él az országban, tehát nem teljesen anyanyelvi interjúalanyunk volt). Tökéletes alkalom arra, hogy az akcentusokkal is ismerkedj, a szöveget a szószedettel együtt a Youtube videóleírásban találod.
 
 
Interview video 7 – Taxi

Tünde: Hi guys, welcome to Angolra hangolva! I’m here with Nasser and we are talking about taxis because he’s a taxi driver. So how are you today?
Nasser: Fine, thank you. How are you?
Tünde: I’m very well, thank you. So how long have you been a driver?
Nasser: Eh… I’ve been driving for three years.
Tünde: Three years? And how do you feel about that?
Nasser: Quite happy, nice and easy job, relaxing, you can take time off whenever you want.
Tünde: Absolutely.
Nasser: Eh, work whatever hours you like…
Tünde: That’s great!
Nasser: No boss!
Tünde: So, are you a self-employed?
Nasser: Yeah.
Tünde: Ah, that’s very good. And how long have you been in England?
Nasser: I’ve been in England for 30 years.
Tünde: 30 years? vow! Congratulations!
Tünde: And how is the traffic in England? Does it have some rush hours sometimes?
Nasser: Yes, of course, like any other country, you’ve got towards London it gets quite slow and normally does…
Tünde: Yes, that’s true.
Nasser: But generally in Windsor there is not much traffic.
Tünde: That’s great the u…, what are the peak hours usually in Windsor, if there’s any?
Nasser: Usually in Windsor, nigh time really… eh…after twelve o’clock till four in the morning.
Tünde: Oh, so it means that there’s a big party-time.
Nasser: Yeah, in Windsor we have nightclubs, pubs and people from all over (the) place come like Camberley, London, Brighton, they come in and we have eh… special functions eh.. functions like eh… horseracing,
Tünde: Yeah, I heard about that.
Nasser: Golf shows, and there’s a Farmer’s Market, Windsor Races, Ascot Races and Polo Grand.
Tünde: Sure.
Nasser: Eh, grass polo and that’s all…
Tünde: And basically do you work nigh time as well then?
Nasser: Both.
Tünde: That’s great. i would just have a very last question. What would you recommend to my students, why is it important to speak English very well?
Nasser: Well, it’s an international language…
Tünde: Absolutely.
Nasser: Eh.. you can take, you can go anywhere in the world and communicate with people whereas other languages… it’s difficult ’cause they’re country based.
Tünde: Yeah, sure.
Nasser: And English being…
Tünde: Everywhere.
Nasser: You can go anywhere. That’s why it’s so popular.
Tünde: Yeah, sure. Thank you so much.
Nasser: No problem.
Tünde: That was so kind of you. And I wish you many, many passengers.
Nasser: Thank you! Thank you!
Tünde: Bye guys! Take care!
Nasser; Bye, bye!

Szószedet:
Taxi driver – taxi sofőr
How long? – mióta?
For three years – 3 éve
Relaxing – pihentető
Time-off –szabadidő
Whenever you want – amikor csak akarsz
Absolutely – teljes mértékben
Boss – főnök
Self-employed – önalkalmazott/vállalkozó
Congratulations! – Gratulálok!
Traffic – forgalom/közlekedés
Rush-hours – csúcsforgalom
Peak-hours - csúcsforgalom
Towards London – London felé/irányába
To get quite slow – elég lassúvá válik
Normally – általában
Generally – általában
That’s true – Az igaz
Night time – éjszakai órák
Till four – 4-ig
Party-time – buli időszak
Night club – éjszakai klub
Pub – kocsma
All over the place – mindenhonnan
Like – mint például
Special functions – különleges események
Horseracing – lóverseny
Sure – biztos/hogyne
Grass-polo – gyeppóló/lovaspóló
Basically – alapvetően
As well –is
Both – mindkettő
To recommend – ajánlani/javasolni
International language – nemzetközi nyelv
To communicate with – kommunikálni valakivel
Whereas – amíg/habár
’cause = because – mert
Country-based – országhoz kötődnek
To go anywhere – bárhova menni
Popular – népszerű
Passenger – utas
That was so kind of you. – Ez nagyon kedves volt Tőled.

 
VIII. videó - Rómában
A mai videónk Rómában készült, melyet egy amerikai lánnyal, Adrianna-val készítettünk, aki szintén látogatóban volt az olasz fővárosban. A szöveget a szószedettel együtt a Youtube videóleírásban találod.
 
 
Video 8 - In Rome
Tünde: Hi guys, welcome to Angolra hangolva. I’m back again from Rome with Adrianna. So how are you today?
Adrianna: I’m good. How are you?
Tünde: I’m well, thank you. So where are you from?
Adrianna: I’m from New York.
Tünde: New York? Lovely! So how long have you been here?
Adrianna: We’ve been here for three days so far.
Tünde: Three days.
Adrianna: Yeah.
Tünde: How long is your journey?
Adrianna: We are leaving on Sunday. There’s a lot of historical sites we have seen so far which are amazing and I have learned a lot about the history of Rome, which is really nice.
Tünde: Mhm. Was it a big dream for you to visit Rome?
Adrianna: Ah, yeah it was one from early.
Tünde: So which was your favourite sight in Rome?
Adrianna: Eh, so far I really loved the Colosseum, that was amazing.
Tünde: That was my favourite one too.
Adrianna: Yeah, and I’m excited to go to see the Vatican.
Tünde: Yeah, is it your tomorrow’s trip?
Adrianna: Eh, no we are going on Wednesday.
Tünde: We are just going tomorrow to Vatican. So what about this magnificent view? What’s do… What’s your opinion on it?
Adrianna: It’s amazing; I mean all the pieces of art are amazing, I mean all the beautiful scenes and buildings.
Tünde: Yeah, exactly. So, I would just have a very last question, eh, what would you recommend to my students and subscribers, why is it important to speak English?
Adrianna: Ehm, well I think that even though a lot of people here speak Italian they also speak English so it’s a great thing to learn because they speak it all around the world and even if you’re in a country that they speak another language a lot of people still speak English.
Tünde: That’s true, it’s lovely. So, thanks so much, I appreciate that and I wish you a lovely trip in Rome and everywhere. So take care.
Adrianna: Thank you.
Tünde: Thanks.

Szószedet:
Again – újra
Where are you from? – Honnan származol?
How long have you been here? – Mióta vagy itt?
Lovely – csodás/nagyszerű
For three days so far – eddig 3 napja
How long is your journey? – Milyen hosszú az utazásod?
Yeah = yes – igen
To leave – indulni
A lot of – sok
Historical sight – történelmi látnivaló
Amazing – elképesztő
To learn a lot about – sokat talnulni valamiről
History of Rome – Róma történelme
Big dream – nagy álom
To visit – meglátogatni
From early – régóta
Favourite sight – kedvenc látnivaló
I really loved – nagyon tetszett/imádtam
Excited – izgatott
Tomorrow’s trip – holnapi túra/kirándulás
What about? – Mi a helyzet?
Magnificent view – nagyszerű kilátás
Opinion – vélemény
I mean – úgy értem
Pieces of art – művészeti alkotás
Beautiful scene – gyönyörű színhely/táj
Building – épület
Exactly – pontosan
To recommend – ajánlani/javasolni
Subscriber – feliratkozó
Important – fontos
Well, I think – Nos, én úgy gondolom
Even though – habár
To speak Italian – olaszul beszélni
Also –is
A great thing – nagyszerű dolog
All around the world – világszerte
Even if – mégha
Another language – egy másik nyelv
Still speak English – még mindig beszélnek angolul
True – igaz
To appreciate – nagyraértékelni
I wish you a lovely trip – csodás kirándulást kívánok
So take care! – Szóval vigyázz magadra!

 
IX. videó - Olaszország és az olasz konyha - Ázsiai szemmel
A mai videónkat egy kedves kínai párral készítettük Rómában, őket utazásukkal, Olaszországgal és az olasz konyhával kapcsolatban kérdeztük. (tehát nem anyanyelvi interjúalanyunk volt).
Tökéletes alkalom arra, hogy az akcentusokkal is ismerkedj,  a szöveget szokás szerint a szószedettel együtt a Youtube videóleírásban találod.
 
 
Tünde: Hi guys, welcome to Angolra Hangolva, I am here with a very nice couple, Stella and Choi?
Choi: Choi. Hello.
Tünde: Nice to meet you. How are you today?
Choi: Ah, it’s good, it’s really nice weather.
Tünde: Exactly! So where are you from?
Choi: Ah… China.
Tünde: China?
Choi: Yeah.
Tünde: So is it your first time in Rome?
Choi: Yeah. First time in Rome.
Stella: Yeah.
Tünde: So how do you like it?
Choi: Rome you mean?
Tünde: Yeah.
Choi: It’s (a) very nice city, historical and eh… very good views. We didn’t see such architecture before in China, I mean we are from an Asian country but it’s different type.
Tünde: It is, it is.
Choi: We enjoy it.
Tünde: And how long have you been here?
Choi: Italy or Rome?
Tünde: In Rome.
Choi: in Rome… two days.
Stella: The second day…
Tünde: two days… And in Italy?
Choi: It’s the second… In Italy, about a week.
Tünde: A week… And how long journey do you plan?
Choi: You mean whole Europe?
Tünde: Yeah.
Choi: Eh, about twenty days.
Tünde: Wow, I’m very envious. Good for you!
Choi: Yeah.
Tünde: So do you like the Italian foods and the cuisine?
Choi: Yeah.
Tünde: Which type of food did you try?
Choi: You can ask her!
Tünde: Please, Stella.
Stella: Sure, I really liked the spaghetti and pasta.
Tünde: Yeah, pasta. And do you like seafood as well?
Stella: Yes, sure and we enjoyed seafood in Five Terre (Cinque Terre, Ligurian coast of Italy).
Tünde: Oh, lovely. And what do you think about the spices in Italy? Is it different from the Chinese kitchen and the cuisine?
Choi: Yeah, quite different.
Tünde: Quite different.
Choi: We had rice here.
Tünde: Mhm.
Choi: And you know…
Tünde: That’s not the same.
Choi: We have rice in China every day, but it’s a different way to cook it.
Tünde: Pasta is the proper meal in Italy I guess, so…
Choi: Yeah.
Tünde: It’s not the same like rice of course but I think it’s like yummy, I love pasta.
Choi: I love it too.
Tünde: Okay, so what’s your plan for today? What’s your program?
Choi: Ah, today is Vatican, and we have an appointment so we walk around…
Tünde: With a guide?
Choi: And wait for the time to enter the museum and…
Tünde: Lovely! Was it a big dream for you to come to Rome?
Choi: Ah, Since we plan this trip for our graduation…
Tünde: Ohh…
Choi: Currently we’re about to graduate, so… and…
Tünde: So, What kind of school/university did you … finish?
Choi: University?
Tünde: Yeah.
Choi: We’re about to finish the master degree.
Tünde: The master degree… And which major did you specialize in?
Choi: Finance.
Tünde: Finance, awesome! Okay! So, my very last question: what would you, eh what would you tell my subscribers, why is it important to speak English? Anywhere in the world…
Choi: Well, Actually, if we don’t speak any English, we don’t have no courage to plan this trip.
Tünde: Very good.
Choi: And we cannot talk to Italian.
Tünde: Lovely.
Choi: And you would lose a sightseeing in Rome
Tünde: And we couldn’t talk either, so…
Choi: Yeah. So we wouldn’t meet you and you were…
Tünde: Stella?
Stella: It’s very convenient and to use English and to meet different people and to eat different delicious food…
Tünde: Yeah. You’re right.
Choi: Eh, one point! You should learn some Italian or… because the English of Italians is very poor to me…
Tünde: Yeah. That’s fine, that’s fine, you’re very good.
Choi: But it’s a very great country, yes.
Tünde: It is. Thank you so much, enjoy your journey and I wish you all the best in financial world and in general too. Bye guys!
Choi, Stella: Bye!

Szószedet:
Nice to meet you. – Örvendek, hogy megismerhetlek!
First time – első alkalom
You mean? – Úgy érted?
Architecture – építészet
Asian country – ázsiai ország
Different type – más típusú
Journey – utazás
To plan – tervezni
Envious – irígy
Good for you! – Jó Nektek!
Italian foods and cuisine – olasz ételek és konyha
Seafood – tengeri herkenytűk
Five Terre/Cinque Terre – Olaszország egy tartománya
Lovely – csodás
Spice – fűszer
Not the same – nem ugyanolyan
Proper – megfelelő, valódi
Yummy – incsi-fincsi
Appointment – időpont
Guide – idegenvezető
To enter the museum – bemenni a múzeumba
Since – mivel
Graduation – diplomázás
Currently – jelenleg
To be about – azon van, hogy: We’re about to … - Azon vagyunk, hogy
To graduate – lediplomázni
Master degree – Mester szak/diploma
Major – szak
To specialize in – szakosodni valamire
Finance – pénzügy
Anywhere in the world – bárhol a világon
Actually – valójában
Courage – bátorság
Sightseeing – városnézés
Either – sem
Convenient – kényelmes
You’re right – igazad van
To enjoy your journey – élvezni az utazásotokat
Financial world – pénzügyi világ

 
 
X. videó - Különbségek az olasz és amerikai kultúra közt
Kíváncsi vagy, hogy mi lepte meg Steve-et Rómában?
Milyen különbségek lát egy amerikai az olasz és a saját kultúrája között?
Ebben a videónkban megtudod a válaszokat.
Mint mindig, most is a Youtube leírásnál találod a teljes szöveget és a szószedetet.
Jó tanulást!
 
 
T: Hi Guys, welcome to Angolrahangolva.
S: Hello.
T: I’m here with Steve. How are today?
S: I’m very well, thank you. Nice to talk to you, guys.
T: And you, so where are you from?
S: We are from Delaware, in United States, a little town called, Wilmington, Delaware, which is about an hour of south of Philadelphia, that helps you to get the perspective.
T: Wow, that was very detailed, thanks, I’ve never been there, but I wish I could get there…
S: Okay.
T: So, is it your first time in Italy?
S: My very first time in Italy with my family, we came in yesterday morning.
T: Oh my God.
S: Yes.
T: There are so many sights.
S: Exactly, it’s overwhelming, just to be here today and try to take in all the beauty.
T: Exactly. So, could you tell me some of the differences between your culture and the Italian culture, just a few.
S: Yeah, I think, one of the things that hit me on hard is the coffee, we have like one kind, and here you have like five different kinds of coffee, ahh, what else? The food. Even though, we have, what in the United States we will call Italian food, is not really Italian food, we’re finding out. To see a country so big, and have different cultures kind of within that is very different than in the U.S. Obviously, Rome and strong Catholic presence of the Vatican, eh, it’s very interesting, to see all the people who wanna be here, so... We don’t really have history, in the United States something could be two or three hundred years old and it’s a big deal, here it’s two or three thousand years old, and it’s not even that old. So, yeah…
T: Was it a big dream for you to get here?
S: A big dream? Yes, we have wanted to come, my wife and wanted to wait till our daughters’ are old enough for visiting, yes it’s something we wanted for a very long time.
T: Sure, I really wish you a lovely journey.
S: Thank you.
T: I would have just a last question…
S: Sure.
T: I always ask, what would be the message for my subscribers, listeners, students, why is it important to speak English properly?
S: It’s important to speak English and it sounds selfish, but it is becoming a global language.
T: Great, that’s true. Okay, thank you so much.
S: You’re welcome, thank you guys for the opportunity!
T: And for me and on behalf of them.
S: Thank you, Okay, thanks.
T: Bye guys!
S: Keep studying students!
T: There you go!
S: Bye!
T: Bye, thank you!

Szószedet:
United States – Egyesült Államok
town - kisváros
to be about an hour – kb. egy órára van
south – dél
to get the perspective – rálátást nyerni valamire
detailed – részletes
I wish I could get there – bárcsak eljuthatnék oda
my very first time – a legelső alkalmam (hangsúlyosabb)
sight – látnivaló
overwhelming – ellenálhatatlan, lenyűgözően sok
to take in all the beauty – befogadni az összes szépséget
exactly – pontosan
difference – különbség
culture –kultúra
that hit me on hard – szíven ütött (kifejezés)
kind of – féle/fajta
what else? – még mi is?
even though – habár
within – valamin belül
obviously – kétségkívül
Catholic presence – katolikus jelenlét
interesting – érdekes
wanna be – akarnak lenni (szlenges alakja a ‘want to be’-nek)
history – történelem
not a big deal – nem nagy cucc/kunszt
not even that old – még nem is olyan régi
dream – álom
old enough – elég idős
to visit – meglátogat
for a very long time – már nagyon régóta
sure – hogyne, biztos
I wish you a lovely journey. – Csodás utat kívánok Nektek.
subscriber – feliratkozó
properly – megfelelően/jól
It sounds – hangzik
selfish –önző
to become a global language – globális nyelvvé válni
true – igaz
opportunity – lehetőség
on behalf of somebody – valaki nevében
Keep + ing – folyamatosan csinálni valamit
Keep studying students! – Tanuljatok folyamatosan diákok!
There you go! – Na látjátok!/Na tessék!

 
 
XI. videó - Mit keres egy kerékpáros idegenvezető Rómában
Már több nemzetiség szólalt meg angolul videóinkban, ezúttal egy Rómában élő osztrák kerékpáros idegenvezető is elmondja, miért is hasznos az angol tudás! Mint mindig, most is a Youtube leírásnál találod a teljes szöveget és a szószedetet.
Jó tanulást!
 
 
 
 
Tünde: Hi guys, welcome to angolrahangolva. I am here in Rome with Clemence. How are you today?
Clemence: Hi, I’m Clemence. I’m fine. It’s quite a bit… It’s pretty hot today.
T: So where are you from?
C: I’m from Austria.
T: And are you on a trip or do you live in Rome?
C: No, I live in Rome and I work as, you can see, as a bike tour guide, so that’s pretty awesome, yeah.
T: So how do you enjoy it?
C: Eh, I really like it because you’re always in touch with people, so this is what I was… this is what i like to do.
T: Lovely.
C: And that’s what i love in my work. I just have to keep an eye on the bikes…
T: Sure.
C: But… yeah.
T: Are you going around Rome and… showing the sights of Rome to your…
C: Exactly.
T: Ah, lovely.
C: On bikes we’re gonna make tours which last for four hours at least, we will lead several different tours, even in English. I do tours even in English, eh, so you can… to visit us, that would be great.
T: Ah, that sounds great. If I knew that I didn’t put these clothes on but something different, so…
C: Yeah, it’s….
T: Ehmm, I would just have a very last question from you, I have many subscribers, and i always emphasize to them the significance of speaking English fluently.
C: Yeah…
T: So what would be your message to them, why should they learn English properly and speak and dare to speak?
C: You should definitely learn English because it’s an important language and as you can see, in a city like Rome, where they come from all over the world, you can communicate with all the people in English because that’s the…
T: Exactly.
C: The main language you speak eh… inter-country… so, go for it, learn, learn English, that should be a motivation.
T: Thank you so much!
: You’re welcome.
T: That was very kind of you.
C: Yeah, you’re welcome.
T: All the best for you! Cheers!
C: Cheers, bye!
T: Bye guys!

Szószedet:
pretty hot – elég meleg
to be on a trip – kirándulni
to work as – valamiként dolgozni
bike tour guide – biciklis idegenvezető
awesome – nagyszerű/ király
to enjoy – élvezni
to be in touch with somebody – kapcsolatban állni valakivel
Lovely – nagyszerű
have to – kell
to keep an eye on something – odafigyelni valamire
sure – hogyne/biztos
to show the sights – megmutatni a látványosságokat
exactly – pontosan
we are gonna = we are going to – fogunk (szlenges verzió)
to make a tour – kiándulni/egy kör túrát tenni
to last for 4 hours – 4 órán át tart
at least – legalább
to lead – vezetni (pl. csoportot)
several – számos
even in English – még angolul is
that would be great – az nagyszerű lenne
that sounds great – csodásan hangzik
to put on (clothes) – felvenni (ruhát)
subscriber – feliratkozó
to emphasize – kihangsúlyozni
significance of - valaminek a fontossága
fluently – folyékonyan
properly –megfelelően
to dare to speak – merni beszélni
definitely – határozottan
from all over the world – mindenhonnan a világból
to communicate with somebody – kommunikálni valakivel
main language – fő nyelv
intercountry – országok közti
Go for it! – Csak így tovább/hajts rá!
motivation – motiváció
That was very kind of you. – Ez nagyon kedves volt tőled!
All th ebest! – Minden jót!
Cheers! – Köszi! 

 
XII. videó - Hogyan kerül egy német motoros mérnök a Vatikánba?
Kíváncsi vagy arra, hogyan kerül egy német motoros mérnök a Vatikánba? Videónkból kiderül.  Mint mindig, most is a Youtube leírásnál találod a teljes szöveget és a szószedetet.
Jó tanulást!
 
 
T: Hi Guys, welcome to AngolraHangolva! I’m in the Vatican with Luthger. How are you today?
L: Thank you, I’m very well.
T: Awesome. So, how do you like the Vatican? What is the feeling to be here?
L: Ehm, so it’s very very interesting, I’m very impressed.
T: Me too.
L: And, and what I’m most impressed by is the huge queue of people who want to visit the Vatican. I think, I am not sure if they are waiting to get in or get out. So, really.
T: Yeah, that’s our feeling too.
L: Absolutely.
T: So how do you like Rome in general?
L: I’ve been here first time and I’m travelling with my motorbike.
T: Wow!
L: To Sicily and then to Sardinia, and Corsica and back to Munich.
T: Wow!
L: So I spend only one day here with the hop on hop off bus and …
T: Are you alone?
L: Absolutely, that’s a great tour.
T: Wow, I love the feeling.
L: Absolutely.
T: Okay, so what is the greatest difference between travelling with a package tour or travelling just on your own?
L: Ehm. Travelling on my own, I’m just doing it on my own, I stand up in the morning, settle my bag, go straight ahead where I want to go to, make breaks when I want to go or when I want to have the breaks so…
T: That’s the lifestyle.
L: Absolutely. Absolute freedom. But it was pretty, pretty cold, drops of snow and so today it’s five or no, 10 degrees.
T: Ten degrees, yeah. It’s quite sunny and bright. And thanks God, we don’t have any rain.
L: Yes, absolutely.
T: So where do you accommodate yourself?
L: Ehmm, not far from the ehmm from the Colosseum.
T: Yeah.
L: A small hotel, pretty, pretty easy to reach.
T: That’s right. And how do you like the Italian foods comparing to the German?
L: I know the Italian food. I like the Italian food.
T: Me too.
L: Absolutely. And I really, really love it.
T: I’m very, very happy for you too. My very last question, what’s the significance of speaking English anywhere in the world? What do you reckon?
L: Oh, it’s absolutely important. Absolutely important! So wherever you go, you can talk and speak English and the people understand you. And at least, they, they understand a few words so wherever I’ve been, English was very important. And from professional point of view, I’m working for General Electric, so it's an international company.
T: It is.
L: The language is English as well so with colleagues around the world English is just basic.
T: Was it difficult to learn English for you?
L: No, not at all.
T: See, I told you.
L: Not at all. It’s pretty easy. Continue! And you will have, and the world is open for you.
T: Yeah. Thanks so much. I’m very grateful on behalf of my subscribers and listeners too. So take care!
L: Enjoy!
T: Bye guys.
L: Bye.

Szószedet:
Awesome – nagyszerű
feeling – érzés
to be here – itt lenni
interesting - érdekes
to be impressed – le van nyűgözve: I’m very impressed = Le vagyok nyűgözve.
huge – óriási
queue – sor
I’m not sure – nem vagyok benne biztos
to get in – bejutni valahova
to get out – kijutni valahonnan
absolutely – teljes mértékben/pontosan
really – igazán/valóban
in general – általában
Sicily – Szicília
to spend a day – egy napot eltölteni
hop-on hop-off bus – pattanj fel – pattanj le busz (a nagy városokban jellemző városnéző busz)
tour – túra
difference - különbség
package tour – szervezett utazás
on your own – egyedül/egymagad
to settle my bag – elrendezni a táskámat
to go straight ahead – egyenesen előre menni
to make breaks – szüneteket tartan
lifestyle – életstílus
freedom – szabadság
pretty cold – elég hideg
drops of snow - hópelyhek
bright = sunny – napos
degree – fok (Celsius)
to accommodate – megszállni
easy to reach – könnyen elérhető
comparing to – összehasonlítva valamivel
significance – jelentőség
to reckon –gondolni
wherever – akárhova
at least – legalább
few words – néhány szó
of course – természetesen
from professional point of view – szakmai szempontból
to work for – dolgozni valakinek
international company – nemzetközi cég
language – nyelv
colleague – munkatárs
basic – alap
not at all – egyáltalán nem
to continue – folytatni
The world is open for you! – Nyitva áll előtted a világ
to be grateful – hálás lenni
on behalf of – valakinek a nevében
subscriber – feliratkozó
listener – hallgató
Take care! – Vigyázz magadra!
Enjoy! – élvezd/Jó szórakozást!

 
XIII. videó - Üzenet Rómából
Mai interjúalanyunk, Nicola, épp egy rehabilitációs kórháznak gyűjtött támogatást, amikor találkoztunk vele.  Ő még szintén csak tanulja az angolt, de mégis ki tudja már magát fejezni, illetve teljesen érthető az üzenete, még ha vannak is benne hibák. A kommunikációra biztatunk téged is! Mint mindig, most is a Youtube leírásnál találod a teljes szöveget és a szószedetet.
Jó tanulást!

 
 
 
Tünde: Hi guys, welcome to Angolrahangolva. I’m here with Nicola. So how are you today?
Nicola: Eh, fine, fine thanks.
T: So, we’ve been eh… in Rome for three days now, I met many-many interesting people, but I find him the most entertaining guys I’ve ever met. So, could you tell us, how is it to live in Rome, and to be Italian, about the feeling…
N: The feeling… eh, eh, is a difficult, a difficult question, because I was a drug addict, I use for fifteen years heroin and cocaine. And now I don’t make the tourist but I’m here to recover myself, and to try to change to my life. It`s an international clinic in Rome. But I’m from Venice.
T: I see. We just met, because they are raising some money, so it’s just incredible. So could you tell us something about that, what is the message?
N: We try ask help because we are a private clinic, okay, and the Italian state don’t support us. We are not an easy boy, we are a farmer, but this work is not sufficient.
T: I love that you are so helpful and it’s amazing.
N: Thank you very much.
T: And I am very proud of you…
N: Grazie. 
T: That you managed to give up.
N: Grazie. Sorry, it’s thank you. 
T: Yeah, that’s alright. So, what would be your message to my listeners and subscribers, why is it important to practise English?
N: Eh, because if you speak more languages you can go around the world. If you speak Italian you can stay solely in Italy. Only in Italy. If you speak English, you can go everywhere because more pers… every person speak English.
T: That’s true.
N: And is a … I don’t know the word in English…
T: That’s fine.
N: Is a good project, for me. I study English for eight years and I study also German for five years. I…
T: And we spoke in French as well.
N: Eh, un petit peu.
T: Un petit peu. Alright, so you can see an example, how important it is to speak English…
N: Yes.
T: Or any other languages because you can get anywhere. So this is our message from Rome…
N: Yes.
T; Take care guys and all the best. Learn much. Bye!
N: Thank you guys, bye!

Szószedet
interesting – érdekes
entertaining guy – szórakaztató fickó
feeling – érzés
to be a drug addict – drogfüggőnek lenni
international care – nemzetközi gondozás
to recover – felgyógyulni/felépülni
to try to change my life – megpróbálni megváltoztatni az életemet
to raise money – pénzt gyűjteni
incredible – hihetetlen
message – üzenet
private clinic – magánklinika
state – állam
to support – támogatni
sufficient – elegendő
helpful – segítőkész
amazing – csodálatos/elképesztő
to be proud of someone - büszke lenni valakire
to manage to – sikerülni
to give up – leszokni
to practise English – gyakorolni az angolt
to go around the world – körbemenni a világon
to stay – maradni/tartózkodni
solely – kizárólag
true – igaz
a good project – jó projekt
for 8 years – 8 évig
German – német
French – francia
“un petit peu” – “egy kicsit”- ez franciául van 
as well – is
to see an example – látni egy példát
how important – milyen fontos
language – nyelv
to get anywhere – eljutni bárhova
Take care! – Vigyázzatok magatokra!
All the best! – A legjobbakat!

 
XIV. videó - Hogyan tanult meg egy olasz recepciós angolul?
Ez alkalommal egy recepcióst, Fabrizio-t kérdeztük a munkájával kapcsolatban, hogy milyen előnyei és hátrányai vannak, ha valaki recepciósként dolgozik. Mint mindig, most is a Youtube leírásnál találod a teljes szöveget és a szószedetet.
Jó tanulást!
 
 
T: Hi guys, welcome to Angolrahangolva. I’m here at the reception of Villa Maria Regina with Fabrizio.
F: Right.
T: So how are you doing tonight?
F: Work until 11 o’clock.
T: Uhh.
F: From 12 hour (o’clock), I have free time.
T: That’s great. So how many hours did you work today?
F: We work 8 hours. 8 hours each day for 5 days each week.
T: Wow! Do you like your job? So?
F: Yeah, yeah, sometimes it’s kind, sometimes it’s no.
T: What are your tasks at the reception?
F: About all, about… I try to help our tourists, you know, to…enjoy
T: To check in?
F: For check in, check out, for the bar, the restaurant, both.
T: Fabrizio gave us very nice pieces of information about the sights of Rome so he helped us a lot to get into the town so I’m very grateful to you.
F: No problem.
T: So how long have you been working here?
F: Uhm, so here 2 years.
T: 2 years?
F: No more, but in this work 7 years.
T: Wow!
F: When I was 18. So when I finished to study, you know, these things.
T: I see. And do you like your job?
F: Yeah, yeah.
T: What are the positive sides?
F: The positive side that uhmm you know I am not, it’s not a hard work and that’s it. I work with people, so I can talk.
T: Yeah, you are very sociable.
F: I’m not alone. So that’s okay.
T: You’re right. Are there any negative sides?
F: Negative sides. Sometimes the people are rude, you know, I have to…
T: Yeah, I worked in hospitality, so I know. I see.
F: Yeah, you know. Mistakes. People are rude, people are, they don’t like (to) wait, you know, they don’t like (to) stay on the line sometimes so but it’s a good job.
T: I’m sure.
F: Here it’s a good job. Before I worked in the centre of Rome. It’s different.
T: Of course.
F: Because I’m also busy every time, every day.
T: Yeah, I guess so.
F: Here, we have a 100 rooms.
T: 100 rooms?
F: 100 rooms.
T: Are you full all the time? Or it’s changeable.
F: No, from March until October we are fully booked.
T: Wow! Alright. And where did you study English?
F: Here.
T: Your English is pretty good.
F: Here, ohh, I don’t like (to) study. So when I finished…
T: Okay, so you did it..
F: I learn English here at work.
T: Good! So that’s the best option always to use English because if you use it, you will learn many, many things like Fabrizio did.
F: Yeah.
T: So I appreciate it very much.
F: No problem.
T: I would have just a very last question. Would you have some message for my listeners and students? Why is it important to practise English?
F: You have to talk with English people, with uhm, they are from England.
T: Native speakers.
F: Or America, U.S.A. and you will speak English.
T: Sure. Do you have many native speakers here like Americans?
F: Here, yeah, yeah.
T: Okay.
F: A lot of.
T: That was the best practice, I guess.
F: Right.
T: I appreciate it so much.
F: No problem.
T: So I wish you an easy shift for tonight. And all the best.
F: For 2 hours.
T: Thank you. Take care guys and practise English, you remember the message.
F: Bye-bye.
T: Bye.

Szószedet:
reception – recepció
until 11 o’clock - 11 óráig
each day – minden egyes nap
task – feladat
tourist – turista
to check in – bejelentkezni
to check out – kijelentkezni
both – mindkettő
pieces of information – információk
sight – látnivaló
to get into the town – bejutni a városba
to be grateful to somebody – hálás lenni valakinek
How long? – Mióta?
no more – nem több
positive side – pozitív oldal/előny
sociable – társasági személy
alone – egyedül
negative side – negatív oldal/hátrány
rude – udvariatlan/durva
hospitality – szállodaipar/vendéglátóipar
to stay - maradni
different – különböző/más
of course – természetesen
I guess so – gondolom
changeable – változó/változékony
to be fully booked – telt ház van
alright – rendben
to use English – használni az angolt
I appreciate it. – Nagyra értékelem
listener – hallgató
to practise – gyakorolni
native speaker – anyanyelvi beszélő
I wish you an easy shift. – Könnyű műszakot kívánok!
All the best! – Minden jót!
Take care! – Vigyázz magadra
to remember - emlékezni

 
XV. Videó - Különbségek az amerikai és magyar oktatás közt
Kíváncsi vagy, hogy milyen különbségek vannak az amerikai és a magyar oktatás közt? E videónkat egy egyetemi professzorral készítettük és rámutatunk az oktatási rendszerek közti pár különbségre. Mint mindig, most is a Youtube leírásnál találod a teljes szöveget és a szószedetet.
Jó tanulást!
 
 
Tünde: Hi guys, welcome to Angolra hangolva. I’m here with Ted, he was one of my previous teachers at the university. So, how are you doing?
Ted: I’m doing okay today.
T: Good. I’m so happy to see him, that’s why I would like to discuss with him a little bit. So what do you reckon about the Hungarian education, and if you could also tell me or tell us that how is it different from the American one.
Ted: Oh, it’s… it’s different in several different ways, one is the class structure. In the US we go to… we don’t have one small class, it’s 400 students in one school, going to different classes and here it’s a tighter net group of people.
T: Mhm.
Ted: Learning here is also much… there is more to learn, in fewer hours per week and a lot of it is memorization still.
T: Yeah, so it’s… we can say it’s quite theoretical and not so practical.
Ted: It’s still, yeah.
T: Mhm.
Ted: In science classes there’s not enough money, for actually doing experiments, so…
T: Mhm. And if you had some opportunity, would you change something?
Ted: In a Hungarian system?
T: Yeah, yeah.
Ted: Definitely. I would have fewer required subjects.
T: Great.
Ted: There are way too many of them, I think.
T: I agree, I totally agree. Yeah.
Ted: I think seven subjects in a year is enough for most people, not twelve, thirteen.
T: Yeah.
T: True. And how long have you been living in Hungary, by the way?
Ted: Twenty four years now.
T: Jesus!
Ted: That’s what I think sometimes too. 
T: Yeah. So, do you speak Hungarian a little bit?
Ted: A little bit.
T: A little bit.
Ted: But not much.
T: Not much.
Ted: Most of my time is spent speaking English.
T: Probably you know, this is one of the hardest languages in the world, so…
Ted: For me definitely. 
T: Yeah, sure. Okay, my very last question would be in connection with learning and speaking English very well, I always ask this question: What would you recommend to my listeners and subscribers, why is it important to speak English fluently and practise it whenever they can?
Ted: Why is it important? Because someday you will have to use those languages.
T: Exactly.
Ted: A lot of the students here learn just simply for test and they forget it but it comes in, it’s real, it’s a real thing used to communicate between people.
T: So true.
Ted: Yeah.
T: Thank you so much. I appreciate it.
Ted: Okay, thank you Tünde. Okay.
T: So take care guys and learn much. Bye!
Ted: Bye-bye!

Szószedet
previous – előző
that’s why – ezért
a little bit – egy kicsit
to reckon – gondolni
Hungarian education – magyar oktatás
several different ways – számos különböző módon
class structure – osztály felépítése
tighter net group of people – szorosabb embercsoport
fewer hours – kevesebb óra
per week – hetente
memorization – memorizáció
theoretical – elméleti
practical – gyakorlatias
still – még mindig
science class – reál osztályok
actually – valójában
to do experiment – kísérletezéseket végezni
opportunity – lehetőség
would you change anything? – változtatnál bármit?
system – rendszer
definitely – határozottan
required subject – megkövetelt tantárgy
there are way too many of them – túl sok van belőlük
I totally agree – teljesen egyetértek
how long? – mióta?
by the way – mellesleg
Jesus! – Jesszus!
most of my time – a legtöbb időm
probably – valószinűleg
in connection with – kapcsolatban valamivel
to recommend – ajánlani/javasolni
listener – hallgató
subscriber – feliratkozó
to speak English fluently – folyékonyan beszélni angolul
whenever – akármikor
someday – egy nap
simply – egyszerűen
to forget – elfelejteni
real – igazi
to communicate – kommunikálni
so true! – milyen igaz
I appreciate it. – Nagyon köszönöm!
Take care! – Vigyázzatok magatokra!

 
 

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