New Practical English
新编实用英语
综合教程1
Unit1
Greeting and Introducing people
Talking face to face Being all ears Maintaing a sharp eye Trying your hand
friendship
freshmen
simple Hi! How are you? My name is…
Checking in a hotel Warm up Being a guest Shopping
After arriving in China, the guest will go to the hotel which is usually reserved in advance. Before check-in, the receptionist will greet the guest and ask questions on reservation information. Roles: Guest, Receptionist
Checking in a hotel Warm up Shopping Being a guest
Unit1
Greeting and Introducing people
Talking face to face Being all ears Maintaing a sharp eye Trying your hand
Talking face to face
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Meeting people for the first time
Hello, nice to meet you. My name is Lu Yang. Welcome to our department, Dick
Lu Yang
Thanks. So you are here for the research project ?
Dick
How do you do, Professor Lu? I'm Richard Washington. Please call me Dick. Thank you. Here is my card Yes, I am.
Dialogue 2
Meeting people again
Hi, long time no see, Dick. Do you still remember me? Very well, thank you. How is your project? Lu Yang Good. I'm also here for the conference. Dick
Oh, it's you, Professor Lu. So glad to see you again. How are you? It's going fine. I'm here to present the project report. Really? It's a small world.
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Talking face to face
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Here is a short dialogue. Follow the example to make more conversations with your partner.
Mr. Ballman, allow me to introduce myself. My name is Li Tiegang, manager of the company.
How do you do, Mr. Li? Very glad to see you. The pleasure is mine. This is my card. Thank you. This is mine. Task: Introduce yourself to your new teacher.
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Imagine you are a clerk at a language school’s guesthouse. Mary Green is a teacher from Australia. You are meeting her at the airport. Act out the following dialogue by translating Chinese into English. Your partner will play the role of Mary Green.
(请问你是玛莉?格林小姐吧?我是外语学院的李红。) Oh, how do you do, Li Hong? Thank you for coming to meet me (您好!见到你真高兴,玛莉?格林小姐。旅途顺利吗?) Yeah, quite pleasant. But I feel a bit cold here. It's summer now in Australia, you know. (对呀!让我们去学校宾馆吧,那儿一切都为你准备好了。) That's very kind of you. I do appreciate your help.
(哦,格林小姐, 这是我的名片。需要帮忙请打电话或发电子邮件给我。)
Mary: Thank you very much. By the way, please call me Mary.
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Talking face to face
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Unit1
Greeting and Introducing people
Talking face to face Being all ears Maintaing a sharp eye Trying your hand
Now listen to the dialogue and do the multiple choice exercise below.
1
The relationship between Li Ming and Professor Brown is . A. schoolmates C. secretary and manager B. colleagues D. student and teacher
2 This is they have met each other. A. the first time C. one of many times B. the second time D. the last time
3 The dinner party to welcome Prof. Brown will probably be held at about . A. 5:00 p.m. B. 6:00 p.m. C. 7:00 p.m. 4 The party is given by . A. the president of the college C. the English teachers B. the department head D. Li Ming's parents D. 8:00 p.m.
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Unit1
Greeting and Introducing people
Talking face to face Being all ears Maintaing a sharp eye Trying your hand
Discuss before you read
True or False ?

  1.Americans have a formal “farewell”.
  2.American introductions are usually rather simple.
  3.Americans like using Mr., Mrs. or Miss in introductions.
  4.Americans sometimes ask some personal questions.
The Way Americans Greet
Americans often greet each other simply with "Hello" or "Hi". They believe such an informal greeting often implies a close and friendly relationship . Similarly, Americans do not have a formal "farewell". They will just wave "good-bye" to the whole group. Or perhaps, they will simply say "Bye", "So long" or "Speaking of time, I've got to run" and then leave . To Americans, a friendly and informal relationship is the most important thing.
Yes, a proper introduction will leave a good first impression upon others. However, American introductions are usually rather simple. In the United States, most people don't like using Mr., Mrs. or Miss in introductions. They find these terms too formal. They prefer first names to formal titles in most cases. For example, a gentleman may say, "Glad to meet you. I'm Miller. But call me Paul." Sometimes a woman you meet for the first time may say, "Don't call me Mrs. Smith. Just call me Sally." So when your American friends do not use your last name or titles, don't feel that they have been impolite. They only want to show friendliness. When you first get to know an American, he may ask you, "Where do you work?" "Are you married?" or "Do you have children?" Such questions may be too personal to Europeans. But Americans do sometimes ask such questions. They would like to get answers to these questions. In this way they can get better acquaintedwith you and have a topic for beginning conversation with you.
impression:
an effect, a feeling, or an image retained as a consequence of experience. Examples:
? My impression on Shanghai is fairly good.
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Yes, a proper introduction will leave a good first impression upon others. However, American introductions are usually rather simple. In the United States, most people don't like using Mr., Mrs. or Miss in introductions. They find these terms too formal. They prefer first names to formal titles in most cases. For example, a gentleman may say, "Glad to meet you. I'm Miller. But call me Paul." Sometimes a woman you meet for the first time may say, "Don't call me Mrs. Smith. Just call me Sally." So when your American friends do not use your last name or titles, don't feel that they have been impolite. They only want to show friendliness. When you first get to know an American, he may ask you, "Where do you work?" "Are you married?" or "Do you have children?" Such questions may be too personal to Europeans. But Americans do sometimes ask such questions. They would like to get answers to these questions. In this way they can get better acquaintedwith you and have a topic for beginning conversation with you.
Skimming
?Read the title of the text ?Read the first paragraph ?Read the first sentence of each of the other paragraphs ?Read the final paragraph ?Look for key words
Read and Think
Answer the following questions according to the text.
1 What does an informal greeting really mean to Americans?
2 Why don't most Americans like using titles in introductions? 3 What do your American friends want to show when they address you with your first name? 4 Why do Americans ask you some personal questions? return
Unit1
Greeting and Introducing people
Talking face to face Being all ears Maintaing a sharp eye Trying your hand
Read the following sample of Business Cards and learn to write your own.
Sample
Foreign Affairs Section Binhai Municipal Government Li Yanan PhD Deputy Chief / English Interpreter Address: No.10, Beijing Street, Binhai City, P.C.: 116000 Tel: 2655174 Fax: 0411- 2655186 Mobile: 13604281366 E-mail: lyn001@pub.bh.inpta.net.cn
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Thank you
greet: to welcome in a friendly and respectful
way with speech or writing Examples:
? If you welcome someone, you greet them in a friendly way when they arrive. ? He rose to greet us.
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relationship:
A particular type of connection existing between people related to or having dealings with each other Examples:
? He has a close relationship with his siblings.
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wave:
Examples:
to signal or express by waving the hand or an object held in the hand
? We waved good-bye.
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impression:
an effect, a feeling, or an image retained as a consequence of experience. Examples:
? My impression on Shanghai is fairly good.
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prefer:
to choose or be in the habit of choosing as more desirable or as having more value Examples:
? He prefers coffee to tea.
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acquainted: informed or familiar
Examples:
? Are you fully acquainted with the facts?
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International Exchange Section Binhai Foreign Languages School Prof. Lu Yang Director Address: 5 Binhai Road, Binhai City, 116000 Tel & Fax: 0411-4673289 E-mail: FLI603@pub.bl.lnpta.net.cn
Business cards are very useful for introducing people.
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