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F2B (Unit 6-7) (ORAL MATERIAL)

(2009-06-16 15:33:22)
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               China-Hong Kong English School

    Supplementary Material I - Daily English for F2B

Unit 6   A mystery

Conversation

David: Have you ever heard the old story about the principal who worked here thirty years ago? One day, he disappeared and no one ever saw him again.

Cindy: I’ve heard that story, David, but I don’t think it’s true.

Becky: I heard that he was murdered by a teacher who wanted his job.

Cindy: Don’t be silly, Becky. He probably went to work at another school.

David: Or maybe he won the Mark Six and moved to France.

 

Task: 1. Have you ever heard any mystery stories about your school? Do you think the stories are true? What about other mystery stories? Can you describe the stories to your classmates?

2. Gather clues about a mystery from different sources and make notes.

3. Solve the mystery and give an oral report about it.

 

LISTEN AND SPEAK     Question tags

We can change a statement into a question by adding a question tag to the end of the sentence;

e.g. You saw the murder happen, didn’t you? We use question tags in two ways ----- to ask for agreement and to ask for information to check that something is true. When we use a question to ask for agreement, our voice goes down at the end of the question.

You know who the killer is, don’t you?

 

When we use a question tag to ask for information to check that something is ture, our voice goes up at the end of the question.

You know who the killer is, don’t you?

 

Task   Work in pairs. Take turns to ask your partner questions about the topics in the list below. Use question tags to form the questions. Your partner must tell you whether you are asking for agreement or asking for information to check that something is true.

 

Topics

---crimes in China

---a crime film that was good or bad

---the life of criminals

---the police in China

---famous crimes that have happened in China

---things we can do to prevent crime

---what it’s like to be in jail

---something that should or should not be changed about Chinese laws

 

English in life   At the police station 在警察局

 Do you have any proof these claims?
 这些指控你有什么证据吗?

You’ll be hearing from me soon.

你很快会收到我的消息的。

I need to file a missing person’s report.

我需要报案,有人失踪了。

  Arrests have declined month.

这个月逮捕的人数减少了。

 Can you identify suspect?

你能认出嫌疑犯吗?

 He resisted arrest violently.

他激烈地拒捕。

I want to call my lawyer.

 我想给我的律师打电话。

We just have a few questions for you.

 我们有几个问题想问你。

The officer was very helpful to me.

 这位警官对我帮助很大。

 Are you sure the suspect fired more than once?

 你确信嫌疑犯放火不止一次了吗?

 That area is out of our jurisdiction.

 那个区域不在我们司法权管辖范围内。

This is the busiest precinct in the city.

 这是这个城市最繁忙的管辖区。

 I need your signature report.

 我需要你在这报告上签名。

 

On the campus 在校园里

 I was going over to the library to study.

 我正要去图书馆学习。

 I won’t get any studying done there at all.

 在那儿我根本就不能学习。

I’m trying v for our physicsuto finish the reading assignment class.

 我在尽力完成我们物理课的阅读作业。

I’ve got to start preparing tonight.

 我必须今晚开始准备。

 The problem is that I missed two days of class last week.

问题是我上个星期缺了两天的课。

 I’ve got to go to baseball practice.

 我必须去做棒球训练。

Are you going to the class meeting later?

 你待会儿去开班会吗?

 How many classes have you missed so far?

 到目前为止,你缺了多少课?

 I’m going to the gym for a little bit.

 我要去体育馆锻炼一下。

 What are you writing about for your class paper?

 你的课程论文写什么?

 I’ve got to go meet a professor.

 我必须去见一位教授。

 Do you want to study together?

 你想一起学习吗?

I’m going to get some coffee in the dining hall.

 我要去餐厅喝点咖啡。

 The dean wants to meet my parents.

 教务长想见见我的父母。

 

 

Unit 7   Food around the world

Conversation

Lucy: Shall we go to Arirang Restaurant? I love Korean barbecue.

Joan: Barbecued food is a bit oily, isn’t it? I’ll get pimple. Let’s go to this one-W…whatever.

Lucy: It’s a French restaurant. I bet it costs a fortune. If you want to eat French food, why not go to Delifrance? It a café so the food is cheaper.

 

Task: What food do you usually eat? Which kind of food do you like best? What food do you want to eat? Which kind of restaurant do you like best?

 

LISTEN AND SPEAK   INTERJECTIONS

When we speak, we often punctuate our speech with interjections---exclamatory words that show a strong feeling, e.g. “Yum!”, “Yuck!”,“Oops!”. Recognizing these interjections and what they mean is a useful listening skill as it can help you to understand how a speaker is feeling.

Task   Look at the interjections and the conversation below. Write an appropriate interjection in each of the blanks to complete the conversation. Don’t use each interjection more than once.

Cool!         Just kidding!        No way!          On boy!        On no!        Oops!          Ouch!         Woo woo!         Yikes!         Yuck!        Yum!

 

A: ____________ This is amazing! There are so many different dishes here! Let’s try as many as we can!

B: ____________ I’ve dropped my bag! __________ It fell into the chocolate mousse! What a mess!

A: ____________ Now there is chocolate mousse all over it!

B: That’s OK. I can just lick it off. ___________ I love chocolate.

A: Look at that! There’s a stall selling Korean candy! ___________ Let’s try some. ________ Look at all this candy!

B: ___________ That man just stepped on my foot! I think it’s broken!

A: ___________ I can’t believe it!

B: ___________ It’s not broken.

A: ___________ The food is being eaten very quickly. We’d better hurry up and try some before it’s all gone!

B: ___________ It’s time to eat!

 

Work in pairs and practise the conversation. Take turns to be each person in the conversation.

 

English in life     Eating out 在外用餐

Words
Waiter  waitress  wait  staff  order  menu  main  course  dessert  drinks  list  wine  list    service tip    Chef    table      napkin    starter
Phrases
Take an order     Make an order     Bring an order     Book a table      Order a dish
Return a dish     Eat out

Beginner
A: Good afternoon, “Ginger’s restaurant”.  May I help you?
B: Yes. I’d like to book a table for Friday evening please.
A: Certainly. How many people?
B: We’ll be eight or nine people. Could we book a private room?
A: I’ll just check. At what time on Friday evening?
B: About 7:30.
A: Yes. That’s fine. We can book you a private room for up to ten people at that time. Could you        give me your name please?
B: My name is Jenkins. My phone number is 75397382. That’s confirmed then. 7:30 on Friday.
A: Yes. Do you intend to order a la carte or will you be having our seafood buffet?
B: Oh, we’d like the buffet please. We’ve heard it’s very good.

Intermediate
A: How did you enjoy your family party at “Ginger’s”? I hear that they have a lovely menu and     buffet.
B: Oh, it was great. We had seafood buffet. They do one every Friday. The waiters and waitresses are very good. They are very attentive, but don’t hang around the table.
A: I like the buffets they have, but if often order a la carte, because I don’t feel extremely hungry. I like the wine list there too.
B: Yes, so do I. they have wines from all over the world. There is a good range of prices to suit every pocket. We ordered some Australian red wine, which tasted delicious and wasn’t expensive.
A: Some restaurants allow you to take your own wine and just charge you corkage, but they don’t do that at “Ginger’s”. What was included in the seafood buffet?
B: They had almost every kind of seafood. There were oyster, shrimp, prawns, crabs, and fish. I ate a lot of smoked salmon.
A: Did they have lobster?
B: No, they didn’t. You could order it from the menu. I think that lobster is too expensive to be included in the buffet.
A: Yes, it probably is. I don’t like ordering oysters in restaurants. You never know whether they are fresh.
B: I know. I didn’t eat any, but a few people in our group did and no one got sick.
A: When you eat out, do you usually eat from the buffet?
B: Not usually. I usually just order a main course and have a dessert if I’m still hungry afterwards.
A: Oh, you don’t usually have a starter?
B: No, I might have a soup if it’s a cold winter day.

 

Meat and fish 鱼和肉

Words
Pork   beef   veal   chicken   lamb   mutton   dog   bacon   salmon   steak hamburger       spices   tuna     liver    Duck      barbecue turkey   innards bone sauce    boil     fry    roast      boil     slice       chop     cut

Phrases
Be a meat lover        Meat and two vegetables        Hold a barbecue
Roast over an open fire      Go hunting/fishing

Beginner
A: Which kinds of meat are most popular in your country?
B: We eat a lot of chicken, pork and beef. You eat that meat a lot in your country too, don’t you?
A: Yes, we do. We also eat a lot of lamb.
B: Yes. I’ve heard that people in your country like to eat lamb chops.
A: That’s right. They taste so good! We eat them with mint sauce. Have you every tried them?
B: Yes, I have. I tried them when I visited your country last year. I thought they were very tasty. Can you cook them?
A: I certainly can. If I can get some from the butcher’s, I’ll cook them for you.
B: That sounds great. I’ll bring a bottle of wine.

Intermediate
A: What do we need for the barbecue?
B: Well, I’ve bought a lot of meat. I’ve got pork chops, small steaks, chicken wings, and plenty of hot sausages and hamburger patties.
A: I can’t wait to start cooking! I’ve bought the grill and charcoal. Do you have enough plates and utensils?
B: I think so. I bought some paper plates and cups for people to use. It will save on the washing up!
A: And if people drop them, they won’t break. We’ll need to buy some buns to make hot dogs and hamburgers.
B: They sell them at the shop around the corner. We can go and get some in a few minutes.
A: I brought some cheese to make cheeseburgers and some onions for the hot dogs. We’ll need some tomato ketchup and some barbecue sauce.
B: I have the sauce, but remind me to get some ketchup at the shop.
A: How long does it take to cook meat on a barbecue?
B: It only takes a few minutes. Some people like their meat well done. Others like it rare. The great thing about a barbecue is that everyone can choose how they want their meat cooked.
A: They can cook it themselves to make sure it’s exactly how they like it.
B: I hope you haven’t invited any vegetarians!

 

Drinks and desserts 饮品和甜品

Words
Soft drinks    alcoholic drinks     hot/soft drinks     cocktail         carbonated drinks hot chocolate     milk shake      Bubble tea        ice tea    beer    wine     spirits chocolate cake     cream icing      apple pie       ice cream      Banana split      baked Alaska       fruit cocktail    cup     glass    mug      fruit juice     champagne        bottle teetotal        Instant coffee

Phrases
Serve a drink    Mix a cocktail     Need a drink    Brew a cup of     Get drunk
Have a hangover    Pour a drink    Serve dessert

Beginner
A: What would you like for dessert?
B: What do you have?
A: I have apple pie, ice cream, chocolate cake and fruit cocktail.
B: Can I have apple pie with ice cream?
A: Of course. I made apple pie this morning, so it’s lovely and fresh.
B: I love you home made apple pie. It’s delicious. Can I have another glass of lemonade as well?
A: Sure. Can you get it yourself? It’s in the refrigerator.
B: Ok. Would you like a drink too?
A: Yes. I’ll have an ice tea. You’ll see it next to the lemonade.
B: Are you having any dessert?
A: I’ll have apple pie too, but without ice cream. I have to watch my weight.

Intermediate
A: Hello mike! Would you like a drink?
B: No, thank you. I had too much to drink yesterday evening. I had a bad hangover this morning. My head felt terrible.
A: Were you celebrating something?
B: Yes. It was a friend’s birthday party. We drank all kinds of things-beer, wine and spirits. After midnight, we were even drinking cocktails!
A: It’s a bad idea to drink a combination of alcoholic drinks. You should stick with one for the whole evening.
B: I know, but it was a celebration, you kwon? I don’t think I’ve see you drunk.
A: I usually only drink beer and I rarely drink more than a few pints.
B: You are a sensible drinker. Anyway, I’m not going to drink any alcohol this evening. I don’t’ want another bad hangover.
a: Let me buy you a soft drink then. How about a coke?
B: Yeah. That’s a good idea. I heard that coke was first used as a medicine.
A: Really?... barman!... a large coke with ice and lemon, please…thanks. Here’s the money.
B: Are you going to the wine tasting tomorrow?
A: Yes. I thought it might be interesting to learn a little about wine…
B: Er…and taste a few! There will be wines from several countries and an expert to give advice on which wines are good and which ones are not.
A: Yes. I’m looking forward to it.

 

 

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