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Nomophobia 无手机恐惧症

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内容简介

现代人的生活离不开智能手机。假设你不能使用手机,你会感到焦虑吗?这期节目教你一个新词,描述人们不用手机就感到焦虑的反应。听 Rob 和菲菲的对话,Rob 的 “nomophobia” 严重吗?

文字稿

(关于台词的备注: 请注意这不是广播节目的逐字稿件。本文稿可能没有体现录制、编辑过程中对节目做出的改变。)

Feifei
Hello and welcome to Authentic Real English. 欢迎收听 “地道英语”。我是冯菲菲。

Rob
Yeah, yeah, it was really fun, and when Neil fell over… I know!

Feifei
Excuse me, Rob. Can we begin now?

Rob
Oh, right. Sorry – I’ll call you back. Bye.

Feifei
Rob,你知道演播间里不允许用手机。这个不用我提醒你了吧?Switch it off, please.

Rob
But I’m expecting a very important call and…

Feifei
Tough!

Rob
OK. How can I check the latest football scores now? And ring my mum, and I wanted to send a text to Dan and… 

Feifei
Rob, are you OK? You’re starting to sweat. Oh, no! I think you’ve got nomophobia!

Rob
Oh, no! What’s that? I’ll look it up on my phone.

Feifei
No phones, Rob! “Nomophobia” 就是因为害怕没有手机或者不能使用手机而产生的焦虑感和恐惧感。Let’s hear some examples of other nomophobia sufferers.

Examples
My brother has definitely got nomophobia – he never switches his phone off, even when we’re at the cinema! 

My phone is being fixed and I’m feeling quite anxious – maybe I’ve got nomophobia?

Calling all nomophobes – it’s time to switch off your phones, have a digital detox and start talking to people rather than staring at a small screen!

Feifei
你正在收听的是 BBC英语教学的 “地道英语” 节目。我们正在讨论 “nomophobia” 的意思和用法。简单地说,“nomophobia” 的意思就是 “一想到没有手机或无法使用手机,你就会感到恐惧或担忧”。看上去 Rob 好像就得了 “nomophobia”。Not long now, Rob, until you can go outside and use your phone.

Rob
Phew! I’ve got to text Dan and tell him a really funny joke, plus add some amusing emojis...

Feifei
So, really urgent, then? You could just go and talk to him. He’s sitting right over there!

Rob
I can’t do that. I have to use my phone – I do everything on my phone these days. I can’t live without it. And… can I switch it on now?

Feifei
Oh, go on, then. We’re almost finished.

Rob
Oh, no! The battery’s dead – it needs charging.

Feifei
Oh dear, Rob. It looks like you’ll be suffering from nomophobia for a bit longer. Bye.

Rob
Umm… could I borrow yours, please?


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