Tedの例文や意味・使い方に関するQ&A

「Ted」を含む文の意味

Q: In a TED video about accepting how our bodies look like, I was unsure of one sentence, plz help
Here's what she says:
Do we want to live in a society where ppl r denied their basic humanity, if they dont subscribe to some arbitrary form of the acceptable とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It does help to know the context here. I certainly agree that we should not treat overweight people unkindly. However, being overweight is hazardous to the health of the individual, so it is not loving to pretend that is a good thing just to make someone feel better.

Certainly, we should be kind to everyone, but we should not lie or pretend that something is true when it is not. We should be kind to them and help them in anyway that we can. Making someone feel good about themselves for a moment, if the eventual consequences are bad, is not kind or loving.

I also agree that just because something is socially acceptable doesn’t make it right.

And of course, you are right that many people are way too obsessive about being thin. This also is not healthy.
Q: TED talker? とはどういう意味ですか?
A: I’m guessing they mean someone who has given a TED talk. A TED talk is a popular platform for educational and/or inspirational presentations.

https://www.ted.com/talks

If there is another meaning I’m not familiar with it.

🙂
Q: I’ve been watching TED videos for as long as I can remember とはどういう意味ですか?
A: TED videos are educational.

The person has been watching them for many years.
Q: TED talk とはどういう意味ですか?
A: A TED talk is a talk that someone gives about an experience in their life or just something you can learn from.

「Ted」を翻訳

Q: TED 영상을 보는데,

procrastinate에 대한 영상이었어요.

구어체에서는 할 일을 미룬다 는 말을 뭐라고하나요? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: It's called procrastinate as well :)
Q: TEDで一番オススメの動画はなんですか? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: which video on TED do you recommend the most?
Q: TED は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: it's pronounced as tact

「Ted」についての他の質問

Q: 혹시 TED 강연 영상 중에서 당신이 듣기에 비교적 발음이 정확한 영상을 알려주실 수 있나요? 영어 듣기 공부를 하려고 해요.
A: Can you tell me the exact pronunciation of the TED lecture video that you hear? I'm going to study English listening.
Q: I was like joining TED was the cause of my stress.
The reason why the activity is over my capacity. この表現は自然ですか?
A: Joining TED was stressful , the reason being the activity was way over my capacity (/ capabilities)
Q: The TED presentation is TV series which I watch regularly.

The TED presentation is famous all over the world as an official place of presentations for prestigious scientists, activists, and entrepreneurs.
There, The TED run themes around 1 or 2 on every time.
They show outcomes of their research that are such as discrimination, phycology, photography technologies with cutting edges and so on.

The reason why I am eager to that TV series is following
1, Because I can deeply know the latest outcomes, which is informative for me to consider where the world is going.
2, Because I can widely know various outcomes apart from seeing information in our daily lives.
3, Because to acquire different notions makes me expand my mind.

I hope students that they watch this TV series to get prolong insights and to become a global person in their future, especially graduated students.
I believe that young persons as they make a new future more than now.

A: TED presentations are online video series which I watch regularly.

TED is an excellent presentation platform given by prestigious scientists, activists, and entrepreneurs. These presentations are world famous.
TED runs one or two themes per event, where presenters show the outcomes of their research covering different topics, such as discrimination, phycology, photography, cutting edge technology and so on.

The reason why I am eager to watch TED talks are following
1- I can get deep knowledge about the latest research outcomes, which is informative for me to know where the world is going.
2- I get to know a wide range of information apart from the day-to-day knowledge.
3- I acquire different ideas, which makes me broaden my mind.

I hope that students, especially graduated students, would watch these informative video series to get more insight and to have a global way of thinking.
I believe that young individuals can have a better future.
Q: At TED TALKS, a professor of English language concluded her speech with the following sentences. Could anyone please explain about "that is almost past its best before date and there it is in white and black.

I teach English, I am an expert in a language that is almost past its best before date and there it is in white and black.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NcX2AwH3cG8
A: The "almost past its best before date" is an expression, the "best before date" is a tag or sticker found on food items or things that will expire and no longer be usable after a specific date, another phrase that means the same thing is "expiration date"
so what she means is that English as a language is going to "expire" or "it won't be as important or relevant anymore"
expressions like these are hard to understand because you have to know the expression but then also know what it could mean in different contexts

The second expression is "there it is in white and black", this expression could mean "there it is, very obvious" this expression is difficult to explain but think about the colors white and black together, they contrast with each other and "stand out", so what she is saying is that it's obvious and it is proven, if that makes sense

so putting these expressions together she's saying that English is not going to be relevant or viable in the future and that the proof was just presented

Sorry if I didn't make that much sense
Q: In TED, 'The Robot may well be straight out of "terminator."'
Could u explain the word 'straight out'?
And please a example about the word.
Thx!
A: "Straight out" means something taken out of anywhere thats not changed.

For example

"I took this apple straight out of the basket"

Or

"This new phone is straight out of its packaging

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