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“我不知道”用英语说有几种方法

2016-07-15 11:30 | 来源:网络综合 | 作者:佚名 | 本文已影响

 

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  一、4 things to say instead of'I don't know’
 
  4种替代“我不知道”的做法
 
  1、Think of the last time someone asked you something you didn't have the answer to.
 
  想起上次某人问你某件事,你却不知道怎么回答。
 
  2、What was your response?
 
  你的回答是?
 
  3、If you're like most people,you answered quickly with a short,"I don't know,"so that you could move on,escape the conversation,and carry on with your day.
 
  如果你像大多数人一样,你仅仅回答“我不知道”,那么就可以离开了,逃脱这次谈话,然后继续过你的一天。
 
  4、However,you don't need me to tell you that simply claiming your own ignorance and hanging that other person out to dry isn't necessarily an effective communication strategy.
 
  然而,你不需要我来告诉你,简单的宣称你的自我忽视以及撂下其他人自己脱身不再是一种高明的交流策略。
 
  5、Of course,you're not expected to know how to handle absolutely everything.
 
  当然,你本就没有被期望知道如何处理每件事情。
 
  6、But,there are alternative phrases that are much more helpful than the obvious brush off a standard"I don't know,"provides.
 
  但是,这有可选择的短语比起简单冷冷的一句“我不知道”更有帮助。
 
  7、Here are four you can use the next time you don't have an answer.
 
  下面有4种做法等你下次不知道答案的时候可以使用。
 
  (1).'I'll find out'
 
  This response is a tried and true fallback for a reason—it's both supportive and self-assured.
 
  .我会找到答案的。
 
  这个回答是一种尝试性的并且比较真实的理由-他既具有支持性又带有自我肯定性。
 
  (2)Replying with a shrug of your shoulders and a curt,"I don't know,"shows that not only do you not have the answers,but you also aren't willing to put in any work to find them.
 
  依赖耸肩和唯唯诺诺的回答道“我不知道”不仅表现出你不知道答案,而且你不愿意通过努力去找到答案。
 
  (3)In contrast,assuring someone you'll do the legwork to get the information that's needed makes you look like a cooperative,valuable,and resourceful team player.
 
  相反,向别人保证你会通过跑腿工作去去获取必要的信息让你看上去像一个能积极配合工作,有价值和资源丰富的团队合作者。
 
  (4)'I have that same question'
 
  There are those moments when you just don't have the answer.But,beyond that,you also have absolutely no idea where you'd even begin to look for it.
 
  (5).我有相同的问题
 
  当你不知道答案的时刻。但是,除此之外,你也明显不知道该如何开始着手的时候。
 
  (6)In those cases,you're better off assuring your conversational partner that you're seeking that same information.It accomplishes the same thing as saying,"I don't know,"—it explicitly states that you don't have the answer that's needed.
 
  在那些情况下,你最好向你的谈话的对象确保你正在寻找同样的信息。这好过说一句“我不知道”-只是简单陈述你还没有需要的答案。
 
  (7)However,it goes one step further and unites you with that other person.Rather than looking like you're simply trying to avoid the question,you're both sympathizing and joining in on the mission to get the required information.
 
  然而,这可以让你继续往前联合其他的人一起。而不是看起来就像是要试着去逃避问题。你不仅博得了同情并可以加入到这次任务去获取信息。
 
  (8)Sometimes an educated guess is the best you can do.Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images
 
  (9)Unfortunately,sometimes an educated guess is the best you can do.You're put on the spot,and you need to draw a conclusion based on the information and evidence that's directly in front of you.
 
  不幸的是,有时候一个富有教育性的猜测是你能做的做好的事情。你集中精力,并需要起草一份总结,建立在那些直接摆在你眼前的信息和事实证据的基础上。
 
  (10)It's in those cases when you should offer some sort of explanation based solely on what you know—making it clear that your answer is simply a theory,of course.
 
  在这种情况下当你应该一些解释,建立在唯一你知道的事情基础之上-弄清楚你的答案简单来说是一套理论,当然。
 
  (11)You won't want your guess to be accepted as hard fact.But,at the same time,you don't want to come up short and seem like you're trying to completely avoid the question.
 
  你不想要的猜测被接受是一个艰难的事实。但是,同时,你不想说出一些简单的类似你想试图完全逃避这个问题。
 
  (12)So,go ahead and share your hypothesis or a few ideas.If nothing else,it's a much better launching point for brainstorming and discussion than a simple,"I don't know."
 
  因此,继续并分享你的一些理论知识和想法。如果没有别的,最好是发表观点作为头脑风暴和讨论而不是仅仅会说“我不知道”
 
  (13)Why don't we ask[name]?'

        为什么我们不问(名称)?“
 
  (14)What should you do if you're truly not the best person to be answering this question?What's the best way to handle that scenario,without relying on the trusty three words you've grown accustomed to?
 
  It's simple:Own it.Admit that it's not quite in your wheelhouse,but that you can undoubtedly find the person that's best for the job.
 
  很简单:拥有它。接受它不完全是在你的驾驶室,但是毫无疑问,你可以找到适合这份工作的最佳人选。
 
  (15)You might feel like you're shirking responsibility or trying to pass the buck.But,in the long run,you're smarter to send things along to the people who are best equipped to handle them.It's both more effective and more efficient.
 
  你有可能觉得你在回避责任或是尝试推卸责任。但,长期看来,你的做法更明智,把事情交给一个最适合的人来做。不仅更有效而且更高效。
 
  (16)"I don't know,"is one of those phrases that can easily fly out of your mouth before you even realize what you're saying.However,there are plenty of better responses you should be employing.
 
  “我不知道”,是在你意识到你准备说出去之前,这些能够轻易从嘴边说出来的东西之一。然而,有许多更好的回答你应该要掌握的。
 
  (17)Give these four alternatives a try,and prepare for your communication skills to instantly improve.
 
  尝试以上4种做法,并准备让你的沟通技能立刻得到改善。
 
  今天的内容就介绍到这里了。

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