You’re supposed to shake hands.
be supposed to do 被期望或要求做……； 应该做…… ? be not supposed to do 不被许可做…… e.g. Everyone is supposed to know the law. We’re not supposed to play basketball in the classroom.
1. Table Manners
There are many table manners around the world. But different countries have different culture. How much do you know about them? Talk about it.
1. In the United States, you’re not supposed to eat with your hands.
2. In Peru, you’re supposed to talk at the table.
3. In China, you’re supposed to pick up your bowl to eat.
4. In Korea, the youngest person is not supposed to start eating first.
5. In Brazil, you should wipe your mouth with your napkin every time you take a drink.
? ? ?
eat with your hands 用手吃饭 at the table 在餐桌上（旁） pick up one’s bowl to eat 端起饭碗 wipe one’s mouth with one’s napkin 用餐巾纸揩嘴 take a drink 喝饮料，喝酒
2a. Tommorow steven is going to Jpan to be an exchange student. How much do you know the table manners in Japan?
It is rude to stick the chopsticks in the bowl.
You aren’t supposed to eat or drink while walking down the street.
You shouldn’t point at anyone with your chopsticks.
You are supposed to make noise while eating noodles.
2. Listen and number the pictures in the order.
2b. Listen and learn! Match these sentence parts.
__1.You d aren’t supposed…
__3.It’s rude to… a
b __4.It’s polite…
__5.You shouldn’t… d
to make noise while eating noodles. to stick your chopsticks into your food. to point at anyone with your chopsticks. to eat or drink while walking down the street.
Learn the conversation.
How much do you know about table manners around the world? In the United States, you are not supposed to eat with your hands. In Japan, you are not supposed to eat or drink while walking down the street, and you are supposed to make noise while eating noodles. It shows that you like the food.
Learn the conversation.
In Korea, even the youngest person isn’t supposed to start eating first. But in China, you are supposed to pick up your bowl of rice. Don't stick your chopsticks upright inthe rice bowl. Instead, lay them on your dish. And sometimes the Chinese host use their chopsticks to put food in your bowl or plate. This is a sign of politeness.
Talk about the table manners in your country.
A: We’re supposed to … B: Yes, and it’s rude/polite to …
1. make noise while eating
2. point at others with chopstick 3. say hello to others 4. wipe your mouth after dinner 5. talk loudly at the table
6. kiss or shake hands 7. meet without saying anything 8. arrive too late
9. shake hands when you first meet someone
10. eat while walking in the street
Task 1: Rea
d the e-mail message from Wang Kun and answer the questions. 1.Why was Wang Kun nervous before she arrived in France? Her French was not very good.
2.Why did she have no reason to be nervous?
Her host family was really nice.
3. How has her French improved?
Her French has improved quickly, and she is very comfortable speaking French now.
4.What is one particular challenge she is facing?
5.What does she find surprising?
One particular challenge is learning how to behave at the dinner table.
The people there put the bread on the tables not on the plate.
Task 2: Make a list of table manners in France! You aren’t supposed to …
put your bread on your plate eat anything with your hands except bread(not even fruit) say you are full put your hands in your lap
You are supposed to…
put your bread on the table cut fruit up and eat it with a fork say “it was delicious” keep your hands on the table
4. Do in groups!
How can you help visitors to china? Make a list of things people are supposed to do in these different situtions. ? eating meals with other people ? making appointments ? giving compliments ? introducing other people ? making a toast at dinner ? offering tea ? speaking to older people
1. In china ,you’re not supposed to pick up your bowl of rice. 在中国,你不应该端起你的饭碗. pick up, “捡起;拾起;拿起”。如: A girl picked up a wallet on her way home. The phone stopped ringing just as I picked up the receiver. Pick those things up off the floor!
2.In Brazil, you should wipe your mouth with your napkin every time you take a drink. 在巴西,每次喝完东西后你应该用餐巾纸擦嘴. wipe 动词,意思是 “擦,擦去”, 常与away, off, up 连用,表示“擦干净’’。如: Wipe the dirt off your shoes. 抹去鞋上的污泥. Wipe up the milk you spilled, please. 请抹掉洒出来的牛奶.
3. to stick your chopsticks into your food. 把筷子插入你的食物中. (1) stick 动词, “刺,插入”。如: Stick a fork into the meat to see if it’s ready. I can’t move. There’s a piece of wire sticking in my leg. (2) chopstick 是由 “chop(砍)+stick(棍子)组成的合成 词。意思是 “筷子”, 它通常以复数形式出现。如： Our Chinese always use chopstick to eat, but the English don’t use them. 一双筷子是a pair of chopsticks。
4. It’s rude to point at anyone with your chopsticks. 用你的筷子指着别人是很不礼貌的. (1)rude 形容词,“粗鲁的;无理的”。常用词组 be rude to sb, 意思是 “对某人无理”, 如: It’s rude to interrupt when people are speaking. 打断人家的话是不礼貌的. I think it was rude of them not to phone and say that they weren’t coming. 他们来不了,也不打电话通知一声,太不象话了.
(2) point 是一个动词,意思是 “指, 指向”。它构成的 词组”“point at”意思是 “指向” “对准”。如:
“I’ll have that one.
” She said, pointing at a big
chocolate cake. 5. table manners 餐桌礼仪 (1) manner 是 “礼貌”的意思,常以复数形式出现。 e.g. It’s bad manner to talk with a full mouth.
(2) manner 还可以表示 “风俗;习惯”时,也常以复数
The manner of the ancient Egyptians (3) manner 还可以表示 “方法;方式”,“态度; 举止”等意思。如: Don’t you think that David has got a very arrogant manner? Why are you talking in such a strange manner?
6. My biggest challenge is learning how to behave at the dinner table. 我最大的挑战是学会餐桌上的礼仪。 behave 动词,意思是 “行为举止; 举止”如: The boy behaved very well last night. The teacher encouraged the children to behave well and not to be a discredit to the collective.
The little boy behaved with great encourage in the face of gunman. ? 它还可以表示 “守规矩;举止适当有礼”。 e.g. Please behave yourself. 请礼貌点儿. Will you children please behave! ? 它的相应的名词是behavior,意思是 “行为” 。
7. …but I’m gradually getting used to things… 词组 get/be used to 意思是 “习惯于……”, 词组中的to 是介词,其后如果跟动词, 动词 应该用动名词形式 。如： The astronauts soon got used to the condition of weightlessness. I’m getting used to the cold weather. She gets used to driving a small car. He will get used to getting up early.
( D)1. —How nice the music sounds! —It does! The peaceful music will make you _____. A. excited B. bored C. moved D. relaxed ( A )2. Class 2 will go for a picnic. They made ___ 6 o’clock to meet at the foot of Mt. Tai. A. it B. that C. them D. /
( A)3. —Could you tell me _______ tomorrow morning? —Well, it will start at 9 o’clock. A. when the film will start B. where does the film start C. when will the film start D. where the film will start ( )4. —My aunt goes to climb Mount Gu every A Sunday. —Oh? But she ______ hate climbing mountains. A. used to B. use to C. uses to D. is used to
( C )5. China will spend about 52 billion yuan ____ a new airport and _____ the old one in the west of China in the 11th FiveYear Plan period. A. repairing, building B. to build, repair C. building, repairing D. to repair, build
1. Write an e-mail message to a friend about the table manners in Japan. 2. Write an e-mail message telling someone from another country about the table manners in you country.