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you are suppose to shake hands Section A-b

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You are supposed to shake hands.
Section A

You’re supposed to shake hands.

supposed 与 think 的含义相同, “认为,以为” be supposed 表示 “被期望或要求应该”, 在 口语中,意为 “不容许,不应当” .

be supposed + to infinitives
动词不定式

eg. You are supposed to arrive on time.

Brazil

the United States

Japan

Mexico

Korea

Different countries have different culture.

What do people do when they meet for the first time?

shake hands

kiss

bow

Different countries have different culture.

We should shake hands.
=We are supposed to shake hands.

China
shake hands

What should we do? What are we supposed to do?

A:What are you supposed to do when you
meet someone for the first time?

B: I am supposed to shake hands

Korean=people in Korea

A: B:

What are people in Korea supposed to do when they meet for the first time? They are supposed to bow

A:

What are Americans supposed to do when they meet for the first time?

B: They are supposed
to shake hands

A:

What are people in Brazil supposed to do when they meet for the first time?

B: They are

supposed to kiss

You should shake hands with others with a smile. At the same time you shouldn’t wear hats or gloves when you do this. Usually, the time of shaking hands shouldn’t last no more than 3 seconds. It is polite to wait for the ladies, the leaders or the old to show their hands first, then you can shake with them.

Kiss: If you meet a friend or your relative, you can greet him or her with a hug or a kiss on the cheeks. If you are a couple, you can hug and kiss, but if you are parents and children, you just kiss on the face or forehead. If you are brothers or sisters, you just kiss on the cheeks. Bow:When you bow to others, you should take off your hat to show your respect.

Match the countries with the customs.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

c b a b a

Countries
Brazil the United States Japan Mexico Korea

Customs
a. bow

b. Shake hands
c. kiss

Talk about what people in different countries do when they meet for the first time.

A: What are people in Korea supposed to B: They’re supposed to bow.

do when they meet for the first time?

Maria is an exchange student. Last night she had dinner at an American friend’s house. Listen and check (√) the mistakes Maria made.

Maria’s mistakes √ √ way√
arrived late ate the wrong food greeted Paul’s mother the wrong wore the wrong cloths

Listen again and fill in the blanks.
Maria: I was 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 instead. Dan: I guess you should have asked what you were supposed to wear .

shake hands

Role play the conversation between Maria and Dan.

A: How was the dinner at Paul’s house
last night?

B: Well, it was OK, but I made some

mistake. I was supposed to arrive at 7:00, but I arrived at 8:00.

Where I’m from, we

’re pretty

relaxed about time. If you tell a friend you’re going to their house for dinner, it’s okay if you arrive a bit late. Spending time with family and friends is very important to us. We often just drop by our friends’s homes. We don’t usually have to make plans to meet our friends. Often we just walk round the town center, seeing as many of our friends as we can!

In Switzerland, it’s very impotant be on time. We’re the land of watches, after all! If someone invites you to meet them at 4:00, you have to be there at 4:00. if you’re even fifteen minutes late, your friend may get angry. Also, we never visit a friend’s house without calling first. We usually make plans see friends we usually plan to do something interesting, or go somewhere together.

Read the following opinions of a Colombia and a Swiss student and fill in the chart.

making being with friends visitingplans on timehouse a friend’s
Colombia

Don’tjust drophave to make plans Pretty relaxed about time. Often usually by friends house. to meet friends. Usually plan to do something Never visit a friend’s house Very calling first. interesting or go to be on time. without importantsomewhere together.

Switzerland

3a Reading

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 It’s very important to be on time. We never visit a visiting a friend’s house friend’s without calling first. house making plans We usually make plans to meet friends. with friends

Role play the conversation between Teresa and Marc. A: What kinds of rules do they have in Colombia?

B: Well, they have pretty relaxed rules. A: Like what? B: Well, it’s OK if you’re not on time.

In China, what is supposed to do in these following situations?
1. greeting teachers 2. doing homework 3. phoning someone 4. visiting someone’s place

say, “Good morning.” at home or in school after class say, “Hello, I’m….” call first, and knock at the door

In China, what is supposed to do in these following situations?
5. making plans with friends 6. being on time

Discuss the plan, call to make changes. Always on time or litter early. Festival gifts being necessary.

7. giving gifts


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