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九年级英语Unit11Reading课件

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beautiful safe delicious convenient fascinating

1. I live right next to a supermarket. It’s very convenient . 2. I find stamps are beautiful . I’ve been collecting them for many years. 3. Mr. Tan makes the best noodles in town. delicious ! They’re 4. The Fine Arts Museum is bothfascinating and interesting. safe place. 5. Put your wallet in a

Make a conversation with your partner.

Practice

museum park

toilet bookshop

Walk along this road, and take the first turning on the right. It’s about a hundred metres along the road. It’s next to the bank. a hundred metres
school

train station restaurant

theatre

museum
two hundred metres

toilet bookshop

park

train station school restaurant

theatre

Walk through the front gate. Walk along the road and walk across the bridge. Turn left at the first crossing.
Walk past the hill, and you will see us flying kites there.

Where is the People’s Park?
_______ (ask) for information Asking 主语_________________________ or help is a very common _____

and necessary activity when we are in trouble.

Hey! Where is the post office?
My request sounds ______________.

I don’t know. Is he glad to help me?

Why not? stranger rude = impolite

Excuse me. Could you please tell me where to park my car?

Sure. Park it right here. I will help you.

Knowing to ask __________( know) how _______(ask) politely polite) is for information __________( very important.

运用合适的语言
文化 国家

The culture of a nation is in its language. It is not enough to only know correct grammar. It is also very important to know how to choose suitable language for every situation.
情况

Match each paragraph with its main idea.
a) Requests are made in any language.

Paragraph 1

b) Using extra words helps to make language more polite. c) Knowing how to make requests politely is important.

Paragraph 2

Paragraph 3 Paragraph 4

d) To become good English speakers, we need to do more than just learn language structure. e) Requests in English are the same as in Chinese.
f) Choice of language depends on relationship, and the situation.

1. What do you think the two questions in paragraph 1?
Both are correct English, but the first one sounds rude.

2. Why is using correct language not enough?
Because we need to learn how to be polite when we make requests.(请求)

Asking for information or help is a very common and necessary activity, especially when we visit a foreign country, so knowing how to ask for information politely is important. In English, “Where are the restroom?” and “Could you please tell me where the restrooms are?” are similar requests-both are correct English, but the first could sound rude. It’s important to use correct language, but sometimes this aloneis not enough-we need to learn how to be polite when we make requests.

3. What should we do when we are talking with different people?
We should change the way (that / in which) we speak

4. What might the expressions you use d

epend on?
They might depend on whom you are speaking to or how well you know them.

3. What might the expressions you use depend on?
They might depend on whom you are speaking to or how well you know them.

4. What situations you can say “Where is my book? ”
In some situation, perhaps with people you know well.

5. If you are looking for your book,

if you ask your teacher about it,
you should say___________; B if you ask someone (who / whom) you know well

A about it, you should say “___________”.
A.Where is my book? B. Excuse me, Mr. …

Do you know where my book is?

If you need help with your homework,

How would you ask?

Using different ways when you speak to different people

If you need help with your homework,
Your parents Your best friend A teacher Mom, help me with my homework! Lucy, I don’t know how to solve this problem. Can you give me a hand? Miss Li, could you please help me with this problem?

In English, just like in Chinese,we change the way we speak when talking with different people. The expressions you use might depend onwhom you are speaking to or how well you know them.If you say to your teacher,“Where is my book?”This will sound rude 。But if you say, “Excuse me,Mr West.Do you know where my book is?”Your question will sound more polite.On the other hand, it might be alright to say “Where is my book?” in some situations, perhaps with people you know well.

5. Give an example to show what a direct order is.

Peter, lend me your pen.
6.What does a very direct order sound?

It sounds rude in English.
7. What should polite questions be?

Usually in English polite questions are longer and include extra language, using “could you please…?” Sometimes we might need to spend some time leadi in to a question or a request, saying “Excuse me….” or “I’m sorry to trouble you but…”

Could you please lend me your pen ?
Unit 11
Not so polite

How to ask politely?
Polite

Where are the Could you tell me where the restrooms? restrooms are, please? Is there any milk left? How does this work?

Is there any milk left, please? Would you please show me how this works?

Give me a Will you give me a bottle of that, pleas bottle of that. Can/could I have a pound

of that, please?

And you would not usually say, “Peter,lend me your pen.”A very direct order like this can sound rude in Englih.Usually in English polite questions are longer and include extra language such as “Could you please..?” or “Can I ask…?”It sounds more polite to say, “Peter,could you please lend me your pen?”Sometimes, we might even need to spend some time leading in to a question or request. For example, if you stop a stranger in the street, we might first say, “Excuse me. I wonder if you can help me” or “ I am sorry to trouble you but,” before asking them for help.

In a way, speaking politely is more difficult than being direct.
8.What can we do so that we don’t offend people?
Learn about language

etiquette 9.Is language etiquette(礼节语言)as important as learning grammar or vocabulary? Why? Yes. Because doing this will not only help you not to offend people, but also help you become better at English, or any other language you wish to speak. doing this = learning about language etiquette

It might seem that speaking politely is more difficult than being direct, and in a way this may be true. However, in order not to offend people, learning about language etiquette is just as important as learning grammar or vocabulary. And doing this will also help you become better at English, or any other language you wish to speak.

Unit 11

Could you please lend me your pen ?
After You Read
Suitable situation A team player asking another team player.
suitable if someone who is in a hurry asks a friend. suitable if a parent is asking a child.

Request 1. “Where are the restrooms”

More polite request “Could you please tell me where the restroom are?”
Excuse me, do you know where the library is? Can you tell me how much you paid for that soccer ball?.

2. “I want to go to the library. Where is it?” 3. “How much did you pay for that soccer ball?”

reading reading
1. ask for information or help 咨询信息或请求帮助 2. a very common and necessary activity 一个常见的和必要的事 3. know how to do… 知道怎样做… know 后常接“wh-词+动词不定式”结构,做宾语 We don’t know how to thank you enough . Do you know what to do about it ?

4. sound rude 听起来很粗野 5. similar requests 类似的要求 6. correct English 正确的英语 7. make requests 提出请求 make + 表动作的名词,其意思就是这名词所 表示的动作。例如: make a decision make a call make repairs make a suggestion 8. change the way we speak 改变我们说话的方式

9. depend on 依赖,依靠 depend on + 名词 : Living things depend on sunlight . depend on + V-ing We can depend on his coming on time . Depend on + 从句

That depends on how you do it . The expressions you use might depend on whom you are speaking to or how well you know them .
10. be alright = all right = OK 11. in some situations 在某些情况下

12. a very direct order
13. include extra language

一个直接的命令
包括附加语言

14. such as

例如

15. lead in to a question or request 引入一个问题或要求 16. stop a stranger 拦住一个陌生人

17. in order ( not ) to offend people
为了(不)冒犯别人 18. any other language 任何其它语言

Unit 11

Section4 Go For It

Role play the following situations. 1.A teenager wants to stay out late, and asks a parent about it. 2. A foreign friend is interested in your new dictionary, and ask about it. 3. Some students want to hand in their homework later than the teacher asked for it. 4. You want to change the time you asked a friend to come for a meal at your house.


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