60-second Listen and Transcript Challenge: Video 5

Прокачивайте Listening и Spelling путём написания транскриптов к коротким видео или аудио.

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#1

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  1. Любой желающий выкладывает видеоролик или аудиофайл в новой ветке. Название ветки должно быть по такому образцу 60-second Listen and Transcript Challenge: Video 1 (или Audio 1)
  2. Аудио/видеоролик или отрывок из него должны быть длительностью примерно 1 минуту. Максимум 2 минуты.
  3. Выкладывающий аудио или видео для челенджа определяет дату и время, когда им будет выложен правильный транскрипт и указывает это в первом посте с заданием.
  4. Также в первом посте под спойлером необходимо разместить эти Правила.
  5. Участники челенджа пишут свой вариант транскрипта и выкладывают его под спойлер
  6. Перед транскриптом или после него без спойлера каждый участник выкладывает русский перевод минимум 3-х, максимум 5-ти слов и выражений из ролика, которые ему понравились в случайном порядке. Это обязательное условие участия в челендже.
  7. Следующий участник находит эти выражения и выкладывает ответы под вторым спойлером.
  8. И так далее.
  9. При желании топикстартер или участники челенджа могут кроме 3-5 обязательных слов и выражений выложить вопросы или другие задания по ролику на свое усмотрение.
  10. В установленную дату и время топикстартером выкладывается правильный вариант транскрипта. Ответы на другие задания тоже выкладываются после этого момента.
https://f1.media.brightcove.com/4/13991 ... 6548642001

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Что -то дикторша не особо понравилась )
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Everybody lies. But for the most part we still see ourdselves as good, honest people.So, why do we do it and are we all just kidding ourselves?
This is Scientific American 60 seconds Science.
I am Daisy Yuhas.Got a minute?
Behavioural economist Dan Ariely at Duke University said there is irrational behaviour.
In recent years he’s found himself drawn to mendacity, prevarication, fabriction. You know, lying.
Now Ariely has teamed up with documentarian Yale Melaney (?) to create a film called “ Dishonesty”. There’s series of interviews the movie presents, real-world cases of cheating, corruption and little white lies.
Alongside are really(?) scientific findings.
In the process it becomes clear that the differences between serious fraud and minor fib maybe less significant that we want to believe.
“Originally we were gonna (to) call the movie “ A Slippery Slope”, ‘coz so many people basically started doing something, rationalize, took another step, another step”.
And after explaining & reinterpreting our actions allows us to feel like we’re still basically honest, no matter how far we ( .... ?) our values.
But just because we can rationalize our dishonesty –it doesn’t mean we are acting rationally.
“So, is lying or being dishonest irrational? Sometimes, sometimes not.”
But in the fact it (?) might ,for example, get you through one tricky situation.
But there are percussions they(?) make your life harder later on.
“ It’s not irrational path (?), in a rational path you would think closer”.
So, the next time you’re offered what seems like an easy way out by lying- consider that you could be lying to yourself.
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mendacity, prevarication, fib
на слух , конечно , воспринимаю, но даже в пассиве не имею )
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Brow,
Честно признаюсь, что бессовестно украл ваш вариант и исправил то, что расслышал иначе.
Каюсь :)
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Everybody lies. But for the most part we still see ourselves as good, honest people.So, why do we do it and are we all just kidding ourselves?
This is Scientific American 60 seconds Science.
I am Daisy Yuhas.Got a minute?
Behavioural economist Dan Ariely at Duke University studies irrational behaviour.
In recent years he’s found himself drawn to mendacity, prevarication, fabriction. You know, lying.
Now Ariely has teamed up with documentarian Yale Melaney to create a film called “ Dishonesty”. There’s series of interviews the movie presents, real-world cases of cheating, corruption and little white lies alongside Ariely scientific findings.
In the process it becomes clear that the differences between serious fraud and minor fib maybe less significant that we want to believe.
“Originally we were gonna to call the movie “ A Slippery Slope”, ‘coz so many people basically started doing something, rationalized, took another step, another step”.
An act of explaining & reinterpreting our actions allows us to feel like we’re still basically honest, no matter how far we stray from our values.
But just because we can rationalize our dishonesty – does not mean we are acting rationally.
“So, is lying or being dishonest irrational? Sometimes, sometimes not.”
Forging the facts might ,for example, get you through one tricky situation, but there are precautions they make your life harder later on.
“ It’s not irrational path , in a rational path you would think long-term”.
So, the next time you’re offered what seems like an easy way out by lying- consider that you could just be lying to yourself.
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О, знакомый ролик :) Помню как-то ночью, на автопилоте, транскрибировал его тут: Бубль Гум (60-second Listen and Transcript Challenge)
На всякий случай скопирую текст сюда, чуть поправив и оформив под требования.

-лживость
-увиливание
-мелкая безобидная ложь
-скользкая дорожка :D
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Everybody lies, but for the most part we still see ourselves as good, honest people. So why do we do it? Aren't we all just kidding ourselves? This is Scientific American 60 Seconds Science, I'm Daisy Yuhas. Got a minute? Behavioral economist Dan Ariely at Duke University studies irrational behavior. In recent years he has found himself drawn to mendacity, prevarication, fabrication, you know, lying. Now Ariely has teamed up with documentarian Yael Melamede to create a film called "dishonesty". Through a series of interviews the movie presents real world cases of cheating, corruption and little white lies alongside Ariely's scientific findings. In the process it becomes clear that the differences between serious fraud and a minor fib may be less significant than we want to believe. Originally we were going to call the movie "a slippery slope". So many people basically started doing something, rationalized, took another step, another step. Our knack for explaining and reinterpreting our actions allows us feel like we are still basically honest. No matter how far we stray from our values. But just because we can rationalize our dishonesty, it does not mean we are acting rationally. So is lying or being dishonest irrational? Um, sometimes, sometimes not. ?Forging/fudging? the facts might for example get you through one tricky situation, but the repercussions will make your life harder later on. That's not a rational path. In the rational path you would think longterm. So the next time you are offered with what seems like an easy way out by lying, consider you could just be lying to yourself. Thanks for the minute for Scientific American 60 Seconds Science. I'm Daisy Yuhas.
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-умение
-фальсификация фактов
-неприятные последствия



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Everybody lies, but for the most part we still see ourselves as good, honest people. So why do we do it and are we all just kidding ourselves?
This is Scientific American, 60 seconds science. I am Daisy Yuhas. Got a minute?
Behavial economist Dan Ariely at Duke University studies our rational behavior. In recent years he has found himself drown to mendacity, prevarication, fabrication, you know, lying. Now Ariely has teamed up with documentarian Yael Melamede to create a film called (Dis)honesty. There are a series of interviews that movie presents: real world cases of cheating, corruption and little white lies alongside Ariely's scientific findings. In the procsess it becomes clear that the differences between serious fraud and a minor fib may be less significant than we want to believe.
Originally we were gonna to call the movie slippery slop, cause so many people basically started doing something, rationalized, took another step, another step. Our knack for explaining and reinterpreting our actions allows us to feel like we are still basically honest no matter how far we stray from our values. But just because we can rationalize our dishonesty does not mean we are acting rationally. So is lying or being dishonest rational? Um. sometimes, sometimes not.
Fudging the fact might for example get you through one tricky situation, but the repercussions will make your life harder later on.
That's not a rational path. In the rational you would think long term. So the next time you're offered what seems like an easy way out by lying, consider that you could be just lying to yourself.
Thanks for the minute for Scientific American 60 Seconds Science. I'm Daisy Yuhas.
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