o eat at the Student Union? The food is terrible. 2 B: I like the chili soup there. A: say?
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3 B: I like the chili soup. A: mean? That stuff's terrible! 4 B: That's your opinion. I happen to like it.
Listen and repeat after the speaker E. Reduced Forms of Words: Questions with Do and Did (page 1
  22) A: Whereja say you were going? B: I said I was going to get some lunch at the Student Union. A: Whydya want to eat at the Student Union? The food is terrible. B: I like the chili soup there. A: Whaja say? B: I like the chili soup. A: Whaja mean? That stuff's terrible! B: That's your opinion. I happen to like it.
Chili 辣椒 Stuff 东西 Directions: Listen to the conversation. You'll hear the reduced forms of some words. Write the long forms on the lines.
  1. A: say you went this morning?
  2. B: To the doctor's. ask?
  3. A: I forgot, and Mr. Parker asked about you. go again?
  4. B: I haven't been sleeping very well. tell Mr. Parker?
  5. A: Well, I said you had an appointment. get back?
  1. A: Whereja say you went this morning?
  2. B: To the doctor's. Whydya ask?
  3. A: I forgot, and Mr. Parker asked about you. Whyja go again?
  4. B: I haven't been sleeping very well. Whaja tell Mr. Parker?
  5. A: Well, I said you had an appointment. Whenja get back?
  2. Language function : A. ASKING FOR MORE INFORMATION: REASONS Listen to the conversations. On the lines, write the words and expressions that you hear.
  1. A: Chili pepper is supposed to be good for you. B: why? A: It has a lot of vitamin C.
  2. A: Eating too much sugar is supposed to be bad for you. B: Why
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A: It can cause tooth decay.
  3. A: Weight training is more important than eating a lot of protein. B: A: It can help you build muscles.
  4. A: I think gingko is good for you B: What A: It can give you energy.
  5. A: Eating fat can make you fat. B: Excuse me, but A: Fat has a lot of calories.
Be supposed to 应该 Tooth decay 龋齿 Gingko 银杏 ginseng sushi bonsai geisha tycoon tsunami Dim sum Bok Choy Chop suey Chow mein
Won ton
Calories 卡路里 Directions: Listen to the questions. Fill in the bubbles of the best responses.
  1. (A) Because it's good for me. (B) like green leafy vegetables
  2. (A) One reason is it's low in fat. (B) salmon and other fatty fish
  3. (A) Because it's spicy. (B) vitamin A and D
  4. (A) It helps with weight loss. (B) fruits and vegetables
  5. (A) Because it tasts good. (B) Spinach is a good example.
B.
  1. How come?
  2. Such as what?
  3. Why do you say that?
  4. In what way?
  5. Like what? How come? Why? In what way? Why do you say that? What do you mean (by that) June Shen wants to speak to james MacDonald on the phone. Listen to the conversation and choose the expressions (a-c) that they use. 1 June wants to get through to James. a I want James MacDonald.
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b Can I speak to James MacDonald, please? c Put me in contact with James MacDonald. 2 James says his name. a James MacDonald listening. b James MacDonald, speak to me. c James MacDonald speaking. 3 June says her name. a It's June here. b I'm June.
c Here is June.
Receptionist: Branco, good morning. June: Can I speak to James MacDonald, please? Receptionist: One moment, please. ...I'm afraid his line's busy. Would you like to hold? June: Certainly. Receptionist: His line's free now. I'll just put you through. June: Thanks. James: Hello. James MacDonald speaking. June: Hi, James, it's June here. James: Hi, June. How are you? Listen to the dialogue and answer the questions Pay attention to some frequently used expressions in making phone calls: Hello. This is …speaking. Can I speak to … please? …speaking. Who is it? I’m afraid s/he is not in right now. Can I leave/take a message? Please hold on a second. Are you with me? Are you there? Can you say that again slowly, please? Can you spell that, please? Could I send you the details by email/fax? Sorry, I didn’t catch that.
Listen again and fill in the blanks with missing words. R: Branco, good morning! J: Can I speak to James MacDonald, please? R: One moment, please… I’m afraid his line’s busy. Would you like to hold? J: Certainly. R: His line’s free now. I’ll just put you through. J: Thanks.
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M: Hello, James MacDonald speaking. J: Hi, James, it’s June here. James: Hi, June. How are you?
If you want your audience to listen to you, you need strategies to make the opening sentences of your presentation interesting. Listen to the examples a-c and match them with the strategies 1-
  3. Examples Strategies a 1 Ask the audience a question. b 2 Give an interesting fact or statistic. c 3 Show why your presentation is especially interesting or relevant for your audience. Example A Hello! I've got some very good news for you this morning. Profits are up? I expect you'd like to see the details. Right-so let me show you the performance figures for the last six months. Example B I know that many of you here today are thinking about investing in our company. And you would like to know if we are a profitable company or not. Well, this morning, I'm going to present some figures which I hope will give you a picture of our performance over the last six months. I think you"ll find them interesting. Example C How many people here have read The Economist this week? Have you seen the article about the technology market? Yes-at last, the technology market is starting to recover. And our company is part of that recovery. I'd like to tell you about the company's performance over the last six months, and you'll see that the figures are starting to look good?
Lesson 6
Listen to the opening of presentations. How does the first speaker arouse audience’s interest? --By giving an interesting fact or statistic How does the second speaker arouse audience’s interest? --By showing why his presentation is especially interesting or relevant for the audience. How does the third speaker arouse audience’s interest? --By asking the audience a question.
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Listen to an extract from a presentation comparing sales of PDAs (Personal Digital Assistants, or handheld computers) with Smartphones (phones that connect to the internet). 1 As you listen, underline the words that are most stressed in the script below. 2 Mark the places where the speaker pauses (II). The first sentence has been marked as an example.
The handheld computer is dead, II and the future is in Smartphones. II How do I know? Just look at the figures. As you can see, sales of PDAs have stayed flat at around eleven million units worldwide. What about sales of Smartphones? They're rising fast from just four million last year to nearly twelve million this year. The PDA market will never be a mass market. Almost everyone who wants a PDA now has one.
PDA: 手持终端 Smartphone 智能电话 What’s his opinion about PDAs and Smartphones? How many PDAs have been sold worldwide? How many Smartphones have been sold this year? Listen to stressed words for emphasis. Underline the words that are most stressed in the script below: Practice reading this part after the presenter.

  1. Introduction Listen to the conversations. Write the words and expressions that you hear on the lines.
  1. A: Hi, I'm John, I'm . B: Oh, yeah, sure, Hi, John.
  2. A: Hello. You . My name is John. B: Oh, yes, hello, john.
  3. A: Hi. I'm John Martinez. We met last week. B: Hi, John. .
  4. A: Hi. I'm John. B: .
  5. A: Hi, I'm John. I'm in your English class. B: I'm sorry. .
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A. Listening to Introductions
  1. A: Hi, I'm John. I'm in your English class. B: Oh, yeah, sure, Hi, John.
  2. A: Hello. You may not recognize me. My name is John. B: Oh, yes, hello, John.
  3. A: Hi. I'm John Martinez. We met last week. B: Hi, John. Nice to see you again.
  4. A: Hi. I'm John.. B: Hi, John. How have you been?
  5. A: Hi, I'm John. I'm in your English class. B: I'm sorry. I didn't recognize you at first.
Lesson 7

  1. Intonation (disagreement) Listen to the conversations. Pay attention to the second person's intonation. Does this person truly agree? If so, circle Agree. Or do you think that this person will say "but..." and then disagree? If so, circle Disagree.
  1. Agree Disagree
  5. Agree Disagree
  2. Agree Disagree
  6. Agree Disagree
  3. Agree Disagree
  7. Agree Disagree
  4. Agree Disagree
  8. Agree Disagree 对话位置:
  1. A: He is a wonderful actor. B: True.( Agree)
  2. A: That movie is completely unrealistic. B: I see your point…
  3. A: The American government broke almost every promise to the Indians. B: Well, that's true. ( Agree)
  4. A: We should visit a reservation over summer vocation B: Yeah. ( Agree)
  5. A: It's just another stereotype. B: That's a good point.
  6. A: You know, the whites weren't the only ones who killed buffalo, the plain Indians killed them all the time. B: Well, that's true...
  7. A: You know, the government almost always moved Native Americans to reservations on really terrible land
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B: That's a good point. ( Agree)
  8. A: Native American jewelry is beautiful, but it's very expensive. B: True. Directions: Listen to the conversations. Pay attention to the second person's intonation. Does this person truly agree? If so, circle Agree. Or do you think that this person will say "but..." and then disagree? If so, circle Disagree.
  1. Agree
  2. Agree
  3. Agree
  4. Agree
  5. Agree Disagree Disagree Disagree Disagree Disagree
B.
  1. A: Today's best movies are not made in Hollywood B: True. [Agrees]
  2. A: Most films have some elements of more than one genre. B: You have a point. [Agrees]
  3. A: Watching violent movies makes children misbehave. B: I see your point ... [Disagrees]
  4. A: People don't want to think too much when they go to see a movie. B: That's true ... [Disagrees]
  5. A: Musicals are too unrealistic to take seriously. B: Yeah ... [Disagrees]

  2. Small talks
  1. How was your journey? Fine. Your directions were very good.
  2. How are things in Sydney? Great. It’s very hot there at the moment.
  3.Is your hotel OK? It’s very comfortable, thanks.
  4. How long are you staying in Beijing? Only three days.
  5. Is this your first visit to Beijing? No, I visited China last year. At the airport At the airport Yasmin Fahim meets Tim Robinson at the airport. Listen to the conversation and choose the best options to answer the questions. 1 Yasmin offers help with a luggage. b lunch. c directions. 2 Yasmin asks about a the weather. b sport. c the flight.
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3 Yasmin asks if Tim wants a a hotel. b drink.
c lift.
At the airport Yasmin: Good afternoon, I'm Yasmin Fahim. Welcome to Cairo. Tim: Pleased to meet you, Yasmin. Thanks for meeting me. Yasmin: Can I help with your luggage? Tim: I'm fine. thanks. Yasmin: How was your flight? Tim: Oh, not too bad but the weather was awful. Yasmin: Would you like to get a drink before I drive you to your hotel? Tim: Thanks, I'd like a coffee. Can you tell me where the restrooms are? I'd like to freshen up. Yasmin: Certainly, they're just over here. I'll show you. Tim: Thanks.
Luggage Lift Flight Restroom Freshen up Listen to the dialogue and finish the exercise Listen again and check your answer Repeat after the speakers. Pay attention to your pronunciation
Lisa: Good morning. I'm Lisa Guzman. Nice to meet you. Paul: Paul Larousse. Nice to meet you, too. Lisa: Sorry to keep you waiting-I had a long phone call from a customer. Paul: Oh-no problem. Lisa: Well, we have ten minutes before the meeting. Let's go up to my office. It's this way [short pause] how was your trip? Paul: It was fine-but a bit tiring. Lisa: How long does it take from Canada? Paul: Nine hours! Lisa: That's a long time to be in a plane. I flew to Los Angeles last year. It took eleven hours! I was so bored ... Well-here we are. Please-have a seat. Paul: Thanks. Lisa: Would you like a cup of coffee-or tea? Paul: Oh, no thank you. Perhaps a glass of water, if that's possible? Lisa: Yes, of course. [short pause] Here you are. Paul: Thanks. Lisa: So how are things in Montreal? I hear you've got quite a big operation over there.
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Paul: Yes. We're very busy at the moment. Sales are booming and we're expanding fast. Lisa: How many people do you have? Paul: Do you mean in the whole subsidiary? Three hundred and forty. But we're recruiting more people all the time. We expect to have about four hundred by the end
 

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