Unit12 You’re supposed to shake hands!
What do the people do when they meet for the first time?
1. In Brazil
2. In the United States what do the people do when they meet for the first time?
3. In Japan what do the people do when
they meet for the first time?
4. In Mexico what do the people do
when they meet for the first time?
5. In Korea what do the people do when
they meet for the first time?
Countries 1.__Brazil c 2.__the united b states 3.__Japan a 4.__Mexio b 5.__Korea a Customs
a. bow b. shake hands c. kiss
1.You are supposed to shake hands. Be supposed to do… 应该……被期
意思是 “to be expected to do sth, or
to have to do sth.”
You’re supposed to ask the teacher if you want to leave the classroom.. We are not to supposed to play
football on Sunday.
This is secret and I’m not supposed to talk about it. She is late for class again and she is supposed to say sorry to the teacher.
2.bow v. 鞠躬,弯腰 如: Bow to the Queen.
1. At the end of the play ，all the actors came onto the stage and bowed. 2.He bowed his thanks.
2a Listening Maria’s mistake
___arrived late ___ate wrong food ___greeted Paul’s mother
wrong way ___wore the wrong clothes
Maria: I supposed to_______________, arrive at 7:00 but I arrived at 8:00. Maria: In my country, it’s different. When you’re invited for 7:00, you’re supposed to__________ come later . Dan: And you were supposed to ____________ shake hands instead. Dan: I guess you should have asked what you were supposed to_____. wear
greet =to welcome or say “hello” 动词 “问候,打招呼” 如: He greeted her by saying “good morning”
She greeted me with a friendly smile. 她向我微笑致意。
Attitude about Colombia being on time We are pretty relax about time.
visiting a friend’s house
making plans with friends
We often just drop by our friends’ homes. We don’t have to make plans when we get together with friends.
Attitude about Switzerland being on time
visiting a friend’s house making plans with friends It’s very important to be on time. We never visit a friend’s house without calling first. We usually make plans to meet friends.
What kind of rules do you have in Colombia?
Well, they have pretty relaxed rules.
Well, it’s OK if you’re not on time.
Explanations 1.Where I’m from, we are pretty
relaxed about time.
我来的那个地方对时间非常放松。 句子中的 “Where I’m from” 是一个 由 “where” 引导的地点状语从句。
引导地点状语从句的副词除了where 还有wherever。 如: Just stay where you are.
Wherever you are, you can see new factories and stories, new schools and hospitals.
2.We are the land of watches, a
fter all! 毕竟我们是手表王国。 (1)句中的land 是一个名词, “国家” “国 土”的意思。（country)如: After living in foreign lands for many years, the man went back home. 在外国居住了多年之后, 这个人回到了 自己的祖国。
land 还可以表示 “陆地” “土壤”
(2)句子中的 “after all’’ 意思是 “毕 竟”。 如: So you see, I was right after all.
You decided to come after all.
你看, 毕竟还是我对吧。 你毕竟还是决定来了。
In the United States, you’re not supposed to eat with your hands.
You’re not supposed to
talk at the table.
In China, you’re not supposed to pick up your bowl of rice.
In Korea, the
is supposed to start
In Brazil, you should wipe your mouth with your napkin every time you take a drink.
d —1.You aren’t supposed to __2.It’s polite… a __3.It’s rude… b __4. c You shouldn’t…
You aren’t supposed to eat or drink while walking down the street.
It’s polite to make noise while eating noodles.
1. In china, you’re not supposed
to pick up your bowl of rice.
pick up “捡起; 拾起; 拿起”。
如: The phone stopped ringing just as I picked up the receiver.
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,
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:
(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。
Our Chinese always use chopstick to eat, but the English don’t use them.
4. It’s rude to point at anyone with
rude adj. 粗鲁的; 无理的
常用词组be rude to sb, 意思是 “对某
It’s rude to interrupt when people are speaking. I think it was rude of them not to phone and say that they weren’t coming.
打断人家的话是不礼貌的。 他们来不了, 也不打电话通知一声, 太 不象话了。
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.
1.Why was Wang Kin nervous before she
arrived in France? 2. Why did she have no reason to be nervous? 3.What differences ha
ve occurred in her
1 Her French was not very good.
2 Her host family was really nice. 3 Her French has improved.
4. What does she find surprising? 5. What is one particular challenge she is facing?
4 You put your bread on the tables not on the plate. 5 One particular challenge is learning how to behave at the dinner table.
2.My biggest challenge is learning how to behave at the dinner table. 3 ....but I am used to it.
2. 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” 它的相应的名词behavior, 意思是 “行为”。
The boy behaved very well last night. The teacher encouraged the children to behave well 孩子昨天晚上表现挺好。 老师鼓励孩子们表现得好一些.
3....but I am used to it. 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。
1 I’m getting used to the cold weather. 2 She gets used to driving a small car.
3 He will get used to getting up early.
The astronauts soon got used to the condition of weightlessness
Table Manners in China
Talking about eating habit, unlike the West, where everyone has their own plate of food, in China the dishes are placed on the table and everybody shares.
Chinese are very proud of their culture of cuisine and will do their best to show their hospitality.
And sometimes the host will serve some dishes with his or her own chopsticks to guests to show his or her hospitality. This is a sign of politeness. The appropriate thing to do would be to eat the
say how yummy it is.
If you feel uncomfortable with this, you can just say a polite "thank you" and leave the food there. There some other rules that are suggested you follow to make your stay in China happier, though you will be forgiven if you have no idea of what they are.
1. Never stick your chopsticks upright in the rice bowl, lay them on your dish instead. Otherwise, it is deemed extremely impolite to the host and seniors present. The reason for this is that when somebody dies, the shrine to them contains a bowl of sand
or rice with two sticks of incense
stuck upright in it. So if you stick your chopsticks in the rice bowl, it looks like the shrine and is equivalent to wishing death upon a person at the table.
2. Make sure the spout of the teapot is not facing anyone. It is impolite to set the teapot down where the spout is facing towards somebody. The spout should always be directed to where nobody is sitting,
usually just outward from
3. Don't tap on your bowl with your chopsticks, since that will be deemed insult to the host or the chef. Beggars tap on their bowls, and also, when the food is c
oming too slow in a restaurant, people will tap their bowls. If you are in someone's home, it is like insulting the host or the cook.
4. Never try to turn a fish over and debone it yourself, since the separation of the fish skeleton from the lower half of the flesh will usually be performed by the host or a waiter. Superstitious people deem bad luck will ensue and a fishing boat will capsize if you do so.
This is especially true to southerners in China (to be specific, such as Guangdong, Guangxi and Fujian provinces, etc.), since, traditionally, southerners are the fishing population.
Put the following phrases in the correct blanks.
It’s rude to …
It’s 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
10. eat while walking in the street
根据提示词列举出几条作为学生在家 或在学校等应该做和不应该做的。 （参照所给句型，尽量选用不同句型。）
smoke do our homework get our ears pierced speak aloud in/on… be polite to… clean up
stay up be home by… drive a car wash the dishes bring snakes to the classroom choose our own clothes
make the bed by ourselves run in the hallways be late for school
参考句型： We are supposed to…/ We are not supposed to We should / shouldn’t… It’s polite/ rude to…
We are allowed to… / We aren’t allowed to… We can/ could/ can’t/ couldn’t… Things we are supposed to do:
Things we are supposed to do: ______________________________________ _____________________________________ ______________________________________ _____________________________________ ______________________________________ _____________________________________ ______________________________________ _____________________________________ ______________________________________ _____________________________________
Things we aren’t supposed to do: ______________________________________ ______________________________________ ______________________________________ ______________________________________ ______________________________________ ______________________________________ ______________________________________ ______________________________________ ______________________________________ ______________________________________
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Thank you for listening!