2015年04月22日

Kiwi Englishのお勉強




Part 1

Kiaora!
I’m Steven Adams.
I’m a kiwi bloke who has a new bach right here in Oklahoma.
Because I’m a bit of a dag, BankFirst has asked me to spin a yarn with you about what make them so choice.
Tu meke.
So I’d better get my A into G.
It’s all about one word that means the same all over the world, loyal.
You’d have to be two sammies short of a picnic not to bust a gut to do all your banking with BackFirst. Whether you are loaded or on the dole, they treat you like rellies, they never spit the dummy, and they always put in a hard day’s yakka.
So if you are a bright spark, you’ll have a geez at them. And if you do, you deserve a chocolate fish.
And since they are in over fifty communities across Oklahoma, you won’t have to take a tiki tour to find it.
BankFirst, loyal to Oklahoma, loyal to you.
Sweet as.



Part 2

Sup cousie bro, how’s going?
I am proper stoked to be here.
My name is Steven Adams, a pretty lofty kiwi, and I was super chuffed when BankFirst asked me to have a sit down with you about them.
And you are about to find out that every day is a school day.
I am absolutely chockablock with grouse things to say.
BankFirst really is hard out, boy, no dramas, because they know the meaning of solid.
(He is weird)
Solid as, boy.
They’ll give you a fair go whether you’re a wee fella or sprouting some grays, and not just about townies in the big smoke.
They are in over fifty communities out in the wops. No porkie pies.
BankFirst, loyal to Oklahoma, loyal to you.
Bob’s your uncle
(Excuse me sir, you are not from around here, are you?)
Oh, sure, you reckon?

いやぁ、単語を知らないと聞き取りはほんとに難しく、結局ネットを漁って、「あ、そんなこと言ってんだ」と思った箇所も多々あり。

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