You’re supposed to shake hands.
There are many table manners around the world. But different countries have different culture. ……
How much do you know about table manners around the world?
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. You shouldn’t… c
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”。
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.
(1) stick 动词, “刺, 插入” 如: Stick a fork into the meat to see if it’s ready. 将叉插进肉里看熟了没有。
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
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. “我想要这个。”她指着一块大的巧克 力蛋糕说。
Table manners in France
Put it on the table. Eat food with fork. It’s delicious.
Put your bread on your plate Eat anything with your hands You are full.
Read again and answer the questions
1.Why was Wang Kin 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.What differences have occurred in her French? Her French has improved. 4. What does she find surprising? You put your bread on the tables not on the plate. 5. What is one particular challenge she is facing?
One particular challenge is learning how to behave at the dinner
1.table manners 餐桌礼仪 manner 是 “礼貌”的意思, 常以复 数 形式出现。 如: It’s bad manners to talk with a full mouth. 嘴里吃着东西说话是不礼貌的。
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”
t 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。 The astronauts soon got used to the condition of weightlessness 太空人很快就习惯了失重状态。
I’m getting used to the cold weather. 我开始习惯寒冷的天气。 She gets used to driving a small car. 她习惯开一辆小车。 He will get used to getting up early.
Writing :Write a passage about table manner
in China, Japan and France.
Different countries have different able manners.
Table Manners in China
Table Manners 1
You are supposed to pick up your bowl of rice.
Table Manners 2
You’re not supposed to eat with your hands.
Table Manners 3
You’re not supposed to talk at the table.
Table Manners 4
The youngest person is not supposed to start eating first.
Table Manners 5
Don’t let the spout of the teapot face anyone.
Table Manners 6 Never try to turn a fish over and debone it yourself.
Table Manners 7
7. Don't tap on your bowl with your chopsticks.
Table Manners 7 Never stick your chopsticks upright in the rice bowl, lay them on your dish instead.
Table manners in China
Dos pick up your bowl of rice Don’ts eat with your hands talk at the table The youngest person is not to start eating first.
let the spout of the teapot face anyone try to turn a fish over and debone it yourself
tap on your bowl with your chopsticks Never stick your chopsticks upright
Table Manners in China
Different countries have different table manners.
The following structures may help you.
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:
Thank you for listening!