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You have a top 10 list for you morning, you know, it is almost in the year so we’ll bring you the top 10 words of the 2008, can you guess what some of them might be? What would a year be without a top 10 list here? Our Josh Leves has that for us. Josh, do you speak Phelpsian Chinglish?

 

Guys, I need to say…

 

What the hell was that? Can you bail us out from that one? I know bailout is one of the words.

 

That was really good, yes, I’m going to try to do some Phelpsian bailout Chinglish for you know.

 

Let’s take a look. This is from Global language Monitor. And it’s really interesting when they put this list every year. Let’s just go to the first graphic because I want you to see what it is what we starting off with. One to five, change; and then, bailout, Batty, just like you were saying; and three Obamania, not much of the surprise since I think we’ve said that on the air a few hundreds times; Greenwashing, well, I was not, are you guys familiar with greenwashing?

 

I didn’t know greewashing. Greenwashing is repositioning a product to stress its earth-friendly attributes, basically trying to sell something claiming that it’s green, may be greener than it is.

 

OK, hold on, let me ask you this. If these are the top 10 words, why aren’t these words that we’ve like? Yeath, I’ve heard that several times.

 

I know, and I’ll tell you how they go about coming up with the list. I want to show you the other five. This is what they do. They look at, here I tell you exactly from here, basically they look at words and phrases used in media on the internet ad they also look how often they’ve used in major news media, so for example, I saw that there’s greenwashing there, so I wonder do we use greenwashing a lot? Check it out, I do a search for greenwashing on CNN.com. Apparently we do, it’s one of our stories. And over here we have a radio that we have all about greenwashing from EcoSolution Units.

 

Let’s check out 6 to 10, I want to show you, guys, the rest of this, it’s great staff. Derivative, it’s over the top. “Oh, no, don’t use that one,” “Oh the dreaded subprime, foreclosure,” and this is where we get the Phelpsian and Chinglish, we know Phelpsian is a huge feat that’s never been done before. But Chinglish is, I’ll tell you how they define it, they often amuse Chinese-English language hybrid that Beijing tried to say in Beijing tried to stamp out before the Olympics begin. Apparently, Beijing didn’t want people speak a lot of Chinglish when the world arrive there, so apparently get rid of it

 

One more thing to show you, guys, top phrases of the year. No1 Financial Tsunami, two Global Warming, three Yes We Can, the fourth Lame Duck, and five Working Class Whites. They say apparently that’s been used as a code word for whites who are working class. More information, language monitor…

 

How it is a code word because it says working class whites, it’s right there?

 

Exactly, not even a code word.

                                                       

I’ve got one for you, Josh, that you should have put on that list- fact check.

 

Fact check, reality check.

 

Oh, yes, or the truth squad, any of those.

 

You know, I should have thought of that. I’m calling the language monitor and say it throughout the year. Watch out, buddy.

 

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Obamania

earth-friendly attributes

stamp out

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You have a top ten list for you this morning. You know it is almost the end of year, so we will bring you the top ten words of 2008. Can you guess what some of them might be?

 

NGUYEN: So, we’re bringing you the top 10 words of 2008. Can you guess what some of them might be?

LUI: Yes. What would a year be without a top 10 list here? Our Josh Levs has that for us.

Josh, do you speak Phelpsian Chinglish?

JOSH LEVS, CNN CORRESPONDENT: Guys, I need to say (ph)… 

(LAUGHTER)

NGUYEN: What the heck is that? Can you bail us out from that one? I know bailout is one of the words.

LEVS: That was really good. Yes. Well, I’m going to try to do some Phelpsian bailout Chinglish for you now.

NGUYEN: All right.

LEVS: Let’s take a look. This is from Global Language Monitor. And it’s really interesting when they put this list every year.

Let’s just go to the first graphic because I want you to see what it is that we are starting off with. One to five: change, and then, bailout, Betty, just like you were saying. Three, Obamania. Not much of a surprise since I think we’ve said that on the air a few hundred times. Green — well, I was not — are you guys familiar with greenwashing?

NGUYEN: No.

LUI: No.

LEVS: I didn’t know greenwashing. Greenwashing is repositioning of a product to stress its earth-friendly attributes. Basically trying to sell something claiming that it’s green, maybe greener than it is.

NGUYEN: OK. Hold on. Let me ask you this.

LEVS: Yes.

NGUYEN: If these are the top 10 words, why aren’t these words that we’re like, yes, I’ve heard that several times?

LEVS: I know. And I’ll tell you how they go about coming up with the list.

NGUYEN: OK.

LEVS: I want to show you the other five. This is what they do. They look at — here I tell you exactly from here — basically, they look at words and phrases used in media on the Internet and they also look at how often they’re used in major news media.

So, for example, I saw that there is greenwashing. So, I wonder, do we use greenwashing a lot? Check it out. I do a search for greenwashing on CNN.com. Apparently, we do. It’s one of our stories. LUI: Oh.

NGUYEN: Really?

LEVS: And over here is a video that we have all about greenwashing from our eco-solutions unit.

LUI: Guilty as charged.

(LAUGHTER)

LEVS: I guess I’m not watching enough of our stuff.

Let’s check out six through 10.

NGUYEN: OK.

LEVS: I want to show you, guys, the rest of this, it’s great stuff. Derivative is at the top.

LUI: Oh, no. I’m going to do use that one.

(LAUGHTER)

NGUYEN: Oh, the dreaded subprime, foreclosure, yikes.

LEVS: and this is where we get the Phelpsian and Chinglish. Now, Phelpsian, we know Phelpsian is a huge feat that’s never been done before. But Chinglish is, I’ll tell you how they define it, the often amusing Chinese-English language hybrid that Beijing tried to stamp out before the Olympics began. Apparently, Beijing didn’t want people speaking a lot of Chinglish when the world arrived there.

LUI: Yes.

LEVS: So, apparently, they got rid of it.

One more thing to show you, guys. Top phrases of the year.

NGUYEN: OK.

LEVS: I’ll show you this really quick then I’m going to go.

All right. Number one: Financial tsunami. Two: Global warming. Three: Yes we can. No shocker. Four: Lame Duck. And five, working class whites. They say apparently that’s been used as a code word for whites who are working class. More information, language monitor… 

NGUYEN: How is it a code word because it says working class whites — it’s right there?

LEVS: Exactly, not even a code word.

LUI: I’ve got one for you, Josh, that you should have put on that list — fact check.

LEVS: Fact check, reality check.

NGUYEN: Oh, yes. Or the truth squad. Any of those.

LEVS: You know, I should have thought of that. I’m calling the language monitor and say it throughout the year. Watch out, buddy.

NGUYEN: All right, get on it.

LUI: Get hopping, my friend.

NGUYEN: Thank you, Josh.

(LAUGHTER)

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You have a top 10 list for you this morning.You know, it's almost in the year, so we're bringing you the top 10 words of 2008. Can you guess what some of them might be?
Yeah What would the year be without the top 10 listed here? Are josh lives has that force?
Josh, do u speak Phelpsian chinglish? The, what, what r u talking about, what the hell is that?
Can you bail it out from that one? Bail out some other words
That was really good
Yeah, I’m really trying some  Phelpsian bail out chinglish for you now. Alright,Let’s have a look from the global language monitor
It’s really an entertainment.
They put out this list every year
Let’s go to the first xxx because i want you see what is we starting of
We starting from 1 to 5
Change and then
Bail out
bely what you will say
3. obamania not how much of surprise with it in the air a few hundred times
I was not greenwashing your guys know greenwashing?
I didn't know greenwashing. greenwashing is repositioning of product who stress is earth friendly attributes
basically trying to sell something claiming that it is green or maybe greener than it.
OK, hold on, let me ask you this are these top 10 words why are these words are not like yeah I predict it several times. I know I’ll tell u after, i have to go back for the coming list another five.
this is what they do. They look at here the exactly they said they looked the word and phrases used in media and internet and also they looked at how often it used in major news media, so for example, I saw the greenwash, I wondered do we use greenwashing and then I check it out.
I did the search for greenwashing at cnn.com
apparently, we do. there is I see the story of over here is the video we have all about greenwashing from our eco solution unit. guilty as charge.
I guess I’ll turn out
let's check out 6 to 10. I want to share it coz it is the great stuff.
derivative, it is in the top. oh, don't use that one.
ready to surprime surprime, more closure
and this is we get Phelpsian and chinglish. Phelpsian , we know, Phelpsian is a huge thing we never done before. but chinglish is, I think they defined as the often using Chinese English high grade that
BJ, BJ right? they tried to step out before the Olympic began. apparently, BJ didn't want people spek a lot of chinglish when the world arrived here. so apparently they get ready of it.
what more do you think, your guy? we have top phrases here. we will show you very quickly. here what we want to go.
no. 1 financial tsunami
2 global warming,
3 yes we can
4 lame duck
and 5. working class whites, they say. apparently that has been used as a cold word for ??? or in class
more information, language monitor
how is that cold word, we can't say it's working class. why
exactly. it's right here. I got one for you josh
you should put it in that list. what is that?
fact check. reality check or the truth world any of them
you know, I should thought of that it. you know I’m calling language monitor as soon as ???. get it happen, my friend

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LEVS: You know, I should have thought of that. I’m calling the language monitor and as soon as we are off the air. Watch out  for them.

NGUYEN: All right, get on it.

LUI: Get hopping, my friend.

NGUYEN: Thank you, Josh.

(LAUGHTER)

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You have a top ten list for you this morning. You know it is almost the end of year, so we will bring you the top ten words of 2008. Can you guess what some of them might be?

 

NGUYEN: So, we’re bringing you the top 10 words of 2008. Can you guess what some of them might be?

LUI: Yes. What would a year be without a top 10 list here? Our Josh Levs has that for us.

Josh, do you speak Phelpsian Chinglish?

JOSH LEVS, CNN CORRESPONDENT: Guys, I need to say (ph)… 

(LAUGHTER)

NGUYEN: What the heck is that? Can you bail us out from that one? I know bailout is one of the words.

LEVS: That was really good. Yes. Well, I’m going to try to do some Phelpsian bailout Chinglish for you now.

NGUYEN: All right.

LEVS: Let’s take a look. This is from Global Language Monitor. And it’s really interesting when they put this list every year.

Let’s just go to the first graphic because I want you to see what it is that we are starting off with. One to five: change, and then, bailout, Betty, just like you were saying. Three, Obamania. Not much of a surprise since I think we’ve said that on the air a few hundred times. Green — well, I was not — were you guys familiar with greenwashing?

NGUYEN: No.

LUI: No.

LEVS: I didn’t know greenwashing. Greenwashing is repositioning of products to stress its earth-friendly attributes. Basically trying to sell something claiming that it’s green, maybe greener than it is.

NGUYEN: OK. Hold on. Let me ask you this.

LEVS: Yes.

NGUYEN: If these are the top 10 words, why aren’t these words that we’re like, yes, I’ve heard that several times?

LEVS: I know. And I’ll tell you how they go about coming up with the list.

NGUYEN: OK.

LEVS: I want to show you the other five. This is what they do. They look at — here I tell you exactly from here — basically, they look at words and phrases used in media on the Internet and they also look at how often they’re used in major news media.

So, for example, I saw that there is greenwashing. So, I wonder, do we use greenwashing a lot? Check it out. I do a search for greenwashing on CNN.com. Apparently, we do. It’s one of our stories. LUI: Oh.

NGUYEN: Really?

LEVS: And over here is a video that we have all about greenwashing from our eco-solutions unit.

LUI: Guilty as charged.

(LAUGHTER)

LEVS: I guess I’m not watching enough of our stuff.

Let’s check out six through 10.

NGUYEN: OK.

LEVS: I want to show you, guys, the rest of this, it’s great stuff. Derivative is at the top.

LUI: Oh, no. Don’t use that one.

(LAUGHTER)

NGUYEN: Oh, the dreaded subprime, foreclosure, yikes.

LEVS: and this is where we get the Phelpsian and Chinglish. Now, Phelpsian, we know Phelpsian is a huge feat that’s never been done before. But Chinglish is, I’ll tell you how they define it, the often amusing Chinese-English language hybrid that Beijing tried to stamp out before the Olympics began. Apparently, Beijing didn’t want people speaking a lot of Chinglish when the world arrived there.

LUI: Yes.

LEVS: So, apparently, they got rid of it.

One more thing to show you, guys. Top phrases of the year.

NGUYEN: OK.

LEVS: I’ll show you this really quick then I’m going to go.

All right. Number one: Financial tsunami. Two: Global warming. Three: Yes we can. No shocker. Four: Lame Duck. And five, working class whites. They say apparently that’s been used as a code word for whites who are working class. More information, language monitor… 

NGUYEN: How is it a code word because it says working class whites — it’s right there?

LEVS: Exactly, not even a code word.

LUI: I’ve got one for you, Josh, that you should have put on that list — fact check.

LEVS: Fact check, reality check.

NGUYEN: Oh, yes. Or the truth squad. Any of those.

LEVS: You know, I should have thought of that. I’m calling the language monitor and as soon as we are off the air. Watch out for them, buddy.

NGUYEN: All right, get on it.

LUI: Get hopping, my friend.

NGUYEN: Thank you, Josh.

(LAUGHTER)

 

 

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