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請幫我翻譯一下影片內容的文字~謝謝^____^(急)

可以幫我翻譯一下影片文字內容嗎!!

我想知道他每一句的意思!!

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    The automobile has revolutionized the way billions of people around the world travel. 汽車創新了人們遍及全世界旅遊的方式

    But more than simply giving us a new mode of transportation, the automobile has truly transformed our society, our culture, and, in all, our way of life.

    汽車不只是交通工具,它更確切的改變了我們的世界、文化、以及所有我們的生活方式。

    With the ubiquity of the automobile in our modern, fast-paced lifestyles, it’s easy to forget the fact that the automobile has not always been a part of our lives.

    隨著汽車的普及性,在快節奏的現代生活中,我們很容易忘記一個事實,那就是汽車已不是我們生活的一部分。

    In eighteen ninety-six, Ford completed his first experimental automobile, the Quadricycle, with a maximum speed of twenty miles per hour.

    在1896年,Ford完成了他第一台試驗車,時速最高只有20英里。

    In nineteen oh three, Ford Motor Company was founded, but it wasn’t until nineteen oh nine that the company would begin to mass produce vehicles.

    在1903年,福特汽車廠設立,但一直到1909年該公司才大量生產車輛。

    In its first year of production, eighteen thousand Model T’s were built.

    在生產的第一年,一萬八千部Model T的車。

    By nineteen twenty, six years after Ford implemented the assembly line into his Highland Park, Michigan factory, production had surpassed one million.

    約1920年,在Ford將他的生產線實現於密西根工廠Highland公園的六年後,產量超過一百萬台。

    Prior to the mass production of the automobile, cars were built individually, and as a result they were very expensive.

    在大量生產前,車子是獨立建造,因此也比較貴。

    Ford’s innovation of the assembly line allowed for the speedy production of cars. This development allowed for one car to be built every ten seconds.

    Ford 的創新生產線加速了車子的產量。這種發展使他可以每10秒中產出一輛車。

    The mass production of cars led to a massive price drop.

    大量生產使價格可以減低。

    In nineteen eleven, the average price for a car was about twelve hundred dollars, at a time when the average yearly income was one thousand dollars, and the price for a new home was twenty-six hundred dollars.

    在1911年平均一台車的價格大約1200元,當時年收入是1000元,而一間新房子是2600元。

    2009-03-18 21:09:55 補充:

    因有字數限制....下半段如下

    These prices may sound very low today, but consider that the price of a new car was approximately half the price of a new home. Today, at an average price of five hundred thousand dollars for a home, that would mean the average car would cost a quarter million dollars.

    2009-03-18 21:11:09 補充:

    現今這種價格似乎很低,但一台車的價格在當時相當於一間新房子的一半。

    2009-03-18 21:11:24 補充:

    也就是說在現在,一間房子要價500000元的話,一台車就要25萬元了。

    2009-03-18 21:11:47 補充:

    …rambled all day, ‘till almost night. They smashed up fences and telegragh poles…

    從早到晚漫遊了一整天,他們打破了電報的藩籬。

    2009-03-18 21:12:12 補充:

    By nineteen fifteen, just, one year after Ford began using the assembly line method, the cost for one of his cars halved to just six hundred dollars.

    2009-03-18 21:12:23 補充:

    約1915年,Ford開始使用此生產線的方法一年後,平均一台的價格可減半到600元。

    2009-03-18 21:12:57 補充:

    Soon the price would go to just hundred and sixty-five dollars. Taking this figure into consideration,

    2009-03-18 21:13:06 補充:

    it’s no wonder why Ford’s innovation truly transformed the nineteen twenties’ society, and every society beyond, into a car culture.

    2009-03-18 21:13:32 補充:

    很快的一台車的價格變成165元,試想,

    2009-03-18 21:13:42 補充:

    難怪Ford的創新將1920年代的社會轉變為具有車子的文化。

    2009-03-18 21:14:07 補充:

    Henry Ford’s commitment to building affordable cars improved more than automobile production. Ford doubled his workers’ pay to five dollars a day,

    2009-03-18 21:14:19 補充:

    in hopes of his employees having enough money to purchase the automobiles they produced. Ford also hoped this would discourage them from joining a union.

    2009-03-18 21:14:50 補充:

    Ford承諾要建造人人都買得起的車,這個想法不只在產量方面做改善,

    2009-03-18 21:15:16 補充:

    Ford還幫每個員工家薪到一天5元,

    2009-03-18 21:15:25 補充:

    這個舉動是希望他的員工有多的錢來買自己做的車。也希望他們不要加入工會。

    2009-03-18 21:15:49 補充:

    In nineteen fourteen, an assembly line worker could buy a Model T car with four months’pay.

    2009-03-18 21:16:21 補充:

    在1914年一位生產線的員工可用四個月的薪水買到一台ModelT的車。

    2009-03-18 21:17:02 補充:

    By the age of fifty-eight, Henry Ford had become the second-wealthiest person in history,

    2009-03-18 21:17:12 補充:

    having earned a total of a hundred and seventy nine point three billion dollars, second only to oil giant John D. Rockefeller.

    2009-03-18 21:17:41 補充:

    約58歲時,Ford成為歷史上第二富有的人,

    2009-03-18 21:17:50 補充:

    身價1793億元,僅次於石油大亨約翰D洛克斐勒。

    2009-03-18 21:18:20 補充:

    And as we continue living our modern lives, we shall always remember the contributions of Henry Ford.

    2009-03-18 21:18:49 補充:

    當我們生活在進步的社會裡,我們都會記得Ford的貢獻。

    2009-03-18 21:19:35 補充:

    好不容易Key完了,因為一直參數錯誤,所以要分好多次po上去,希望對你有幫助~

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  • Anonymous
    6 years ago

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