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This video is the answer for the phonetic translation exercise with the topic “Success”. Edward, our Phat Am Hay’s instructor, is the speaker for the answer. In order to help you follow the question and answer, we will show the text line by line. The first line is the phonetic script and the second line is the English translation. Have fun and check if you complete the exercise accurately. ---oOo--- /naʊ,/ /maɪ/ /ˈsʌbʤɪkt/ /ɪz/ /səkˈsɛs,/ /soʊ/ /ˈpi:pəl/ /səmˈtaɪmz/ /kɔ:l/ /mi:/ /ə/ /ˌmoʊtəˈveɪʃənəl/ /ˈspi:kər./ /bʌt/ /aɪ/ /wɑnt/ /ju:/ /tu:/ /noʊ/ /raɪt/ /ˈʌpˌfrʌnt/ /aɪm/ /nɑt/ /əˌmoʊtəˈveɪʃənəl/ /ˈspi:kər./ /aɪ/ /ˈkʊdənt/ /pæs/ /ðə/ /haɪt/ /rɪˈkwaɪrmənt./ /ænd/ /aɪ/ /ˈkʊdənt/ /ˈmoʊtəˌveɪt/ /ˈɛni:bədi:./ /maɪ/ /ɛmˈplɔ:ɪi:z/ /ˈækʧu:əli:/ /kɔ:l/ /mi:/ /ə/ /di:-ˌmoʊtəˈveɪʃənəl/ /ˈspi:kər./ /wʌt/ /aɪ/ /traɪ/ /tu:/ /bi:/ /ɪz/ /ənˌɪnfərˈmeɪʃənəl/ /ˈspi:kər./ /aɪ/ /wɛnt/ /aʊt/ /ænd/ /faʊnd/ /aʊt/ /sʌm/ /ˌɪnfərˈmeɪʃən/ /əˈbaʊt/ /səkˈsɛs,/ /ænd/ /aɪm/ /ʤʌst/ /hir/ /tu:/ /pæs/ /ɪt/ /ɑn./ /ænd/ /maɪ/ /ˈstɔ:ri:/ /ˈstɑrtəd/ /ˈoʊvər/ /10/ /jɪrz/ /əˈgoʊ/ /ɑn/ /ə/ /pleɪn./ /aɪ/ /wʌz/ /ɑn/ /maɪ/ /weɪ/ /tu:/ /ðə/ /tɛd/ /ˈkɑnfərəns/ /ɪn/ /ˌkæləˈfɔ:rnjə,/ /ænd/ /ɪn/ /ðə/ /si:t/ /nɛksttu:/ /mi:/ /wʌz/ /ə/ /ˈti:ˌneɪʤ/ /gɜrl,/ /ænd/ /ʃi:/ /keɪm/ /frʌm/ /ə/ /ˈrɪli:/ /pu:r/ /ˈfæməli:,/ /bʌt/ /ʃi:/ /ˈwɑntəd/ /tu:/ /gɛt/ /ˈsʌmˌwɛr/ /ɪn/ /laɪf./ /ænd/ /æz/ /aɪ/ /tæpt/ /əˈweɪ/ /ɑn/ /maɪkəmˈpju:tər,/ /ʃi:/ /kɛpt/ /ˈæskɪŋ/ /mi:/ /ˈkwɛsʧənz,/ /ænd/ /ðɛn/ /aʊt/ /ʌv/ /ðə/ /blu:,/ /ʃi:/ /æskt,/ /ɑr/ /ju:/ /səkˈsɛsfəl?’/ /aɪ/ /sɛd,/ /noʊ,/ /aɪm/ /nɑt/ /səkˈsɛsfəl.’/ ---oOo--- Now, my subject is success, so people sometimes call me a "motivational speaker." But I want you to know right up front, I'm not a motivational speaker. I couldn't pass the height requirement. And I couldn't motivate anybody, my employees actually call me a de-motivational speaker. What I try to be is an informational speaker. I went out and found out some information about success, and I'm just here to pass it on. And my story started over 10 years ago, on a plane. I was on my way to the TED Conference in California, and in the seat next to me was a teenage girl, and she came from a really poor family, but she wanted to get somewhere in life. And as I typed away on my computer, she kept asking me questions, and then out of the blue, she asked, "Are you successful?" I said, "No, I'm not successful."

This video is the answer for the phonetic translation exercise with the topic “Success”. Edward, our Phat Am Hay’s instructor, is the speaker for the answer. In order to help you follow the question and answer, we will show the text line by line. The first line is the phonetic script and the second line is the English translation. Have fun and check if you complete the exercise accurately.

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/naʊ,/ /maɪ/ /ˈsʌbʤɪkt/ /ɪz/ /səkˈsɛs,/ /soʊ/ /ˈpi:pəl/ /səmˈtaɪmz/ /kɔ:l/ /mi:/ /ə/ /ˌmoʊtəˈveɪʃənəl/ /ˈspi:kər./ /bʌt/ /aɪ/ /wɑnt/ /ju:/ /tu:/ /noʊ/ /raɪt/ /ˈʌpˌfrʌnt/ /aɪm/ /nɑt/ /əˌmoʊtəˈveɪʃənəl/ /ˈspi:kər./ /aɪ/ /ˈkʊdənt/ /pæs/ /ðə/ /haɪt/ /rɪˈkwaɪrmənt./

/ænd/ /aɪ/ /ˈkʊdənt/ /ˈmoʊtəˌveɪt/ /ˈɛni:bədi:./ /maɪ/ /ɛmˈplɔ:ɪi:z/ /ˈækʧu:əli:/ /kɔ:l/ /mi:/ /ə/ /di:-ˌmoʊtəˈveɪʃənəl/ /ˈspi:kər./ /wʌt/ /aɪ/ /traɪ/ /tu:/ /bi:/ /ɪz/ /ənˌɪnfərˈmeɪʃənəl/ /ˈspi:kər./ /aɪ/ /wɛnt/ /aʊt/ /ænd/ /faʊnd/ /aʊt/ /sʌm/ /ˌɪnfərˈmeɪʃən/ /əˈbaʊt/ /səkˈsɛs,/ /ænd/ /aɪm/ /ʤʌst/ /hir/ /tu:/ /pæs/ /ɪt/ /ɑn./

/ænd/ /maɪ/ /ˈstɔ:ri:/ /ˈstɑrtəd/ /ˈoʊvər/ /10/ /jɪrz/ /əˈgoʊ/ /ɑn/ /ə/ /pleɪn./ /aɪ/ /wʌz/ /ɑn/ /maɪ/ /weɪ/ /tu:/ /ðə/ /tɛd/ /ˈkɑnfərəns/ /ɪn/ /ˌkæləˈfɔ:rnjə,/ /ænd/ /ɪn/ /ðə/ /si:t/ /nɛksttu:/ /mi:/ /wʌz/ /ə/ /ˈti:ˌneɪʤ/ /gɜrl,/ /ænd/ /ʃi:/ /keɪm/ /frʌm/ /ə/ /ˈrɪli:/ /pu:r/ /ˈfæməli:,/ /bʌt/ /ʃi:/ /ˈwɑntəd/ /tu:/ /gɛt/ /ˈsʌmˌwɛr/ /ɪn/ /laɪf./ /ænd/ /æz/ /aɪ/ /tæpt/ /əˈweɪ/ /ɑn/ /maɪkəmˈpju:tər,/ /ʃi:/ /kɛpt/ /ˈæskɪŋ/ /mi:/ /ˈkwɛsʧənz,/ /ænd/ /ðɛn/ /aʊt/ /ʌv/ /ðə/ /blu:,/ /ʃi:/ /æskt,/ /ɑr/ /ju:/ /səkˈsɛsfəl?’/

/aɪ/ /sɛd,/ /noʊ,/ /aɪm/ /nɑt/ /səkˈsɛsfəl.’/

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Now, my subject is success, so people sometimes call me a “motivational speaker.” But I want you to know right up front, I’m not a motivational speaker. I couldn’t pass the height requirement. And I couldn’t motivate anybody, my employees actually call me a de-motivational speaker.

What I try to be is an informational speaker. I went out and found out some information about success, and I’m just here to pass it on. And my story started over 10 years ago, on a plane. I was on my way to the TED Conference in California, and in the seat next to me was a teenage girl, and she came from a really poor family, but she wanted to get somewhere in life.

And as I typed away on my computer, she kept asking me questions, and then out of the blue, she asked, “Are you successful?”

I said, “No, I’m not successful.”

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