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Listen and Decode Listen and Respond Listen and Read Listen and Match Listen and Conclude Listen and Complete Listen and Judge Being All Ears Being All Ears
Listen to Dialogue 1 and decode the message by finding the correct choices in the blanks according to what you have heard. Listen and Decode
Mike and his wife ( Jean, Joan, Jane) are going to dine out. They have trouble deciding which restaurant to eat in. Mike mentions a new Italian ( palace, place, plant), but his wife says Italian dishes are too ( heavy, salty, fishy) for her. Then they look into the dining guide in the newspaper and see that the Spanish seafood restaurant has good (views, reviews, rewards). However, Mike thinks the restaurant will only serve fish dishes. Listen and Decode
He prefers Mexican food. But his wife doesnt like (hot, roast, pot) food. And she doesnt want to go for a pizza either. Finally, they decide to go to a Chinese restaurant called Golden (Dreamer, Lantern, Dragon). Its said that this restaurant has something for everybodys taste. They may also enjoy some Chinese folk ( milk, music, meal ) there. He prefers Mexican food. But his wife doesnt like (hot, roast, pot) food. And she doesnt want to go for a pizza either. Finally, they decide to go to a Chinese restaurant called Golden (Dreamer, Lantern, Dragon). Its said that this restaurant has something for everybodys taste. They may also enjoy some Chinese folk ( milk, music, meal ) there. Listen and Decode
Listen to the dialogue again and answer the following questions orally. Listen and Respond He suggested that they go out for dinner/eat out that night 1. What was Mikes suggestion?
2. What did they do before going out? They tried to agree on where to go No. Jane said the Italian dishes were too heavy for her 3. Did they go to a Italian restaurant? Why or why not? Listen and Respond
4. Did they go to a Spanish seafood restaurant? Why or why not? No. Mike thought the Spanish seafood restaurant only serves fish dishes 5. Did they go to have some Mexican food? Why or why not? No. Jane didnt like hot and spicy Mexican food. Listen and Respond
6. Did they go to have some pizza? Why or why not? No. Jane thought pizza was too close to junk food. 7. Where did they finally decided to go? Finally they decided to go to a Chinese restaurant. Listen and Respond
Now listen to Dialogue 2 and complete the following sentences. Listen and Complete very good friends a housewarming party a new house happy French red wine 1. It seems Lin and Jack are _________________. 2. Lin will hold _____________________at home. 3. It seems that Lin has just moved into ____________. 4. Jack is _______ to accept Lins invitation to the party. 5. Jack will bring with him a bottle of _______________. 6. Jack will go to Lins house earlier to give her ________. a hand
1. Lin will hold a party at home to ________. a celebrate her moving into a new house b celebrate her birthday c celebrate Jacks birthday d welcome Jack to her new house 2. The party will be held on __________. a Saturday afternoon b Sunday afternoon c Saturday evening d Sunday evening 3.Jack could _________for the party. a dress up b dress formally c wear something elegant d wear casual dress 4. Jack will mostly probably arrive at Lins house somewhere near _______. a 6:00 p.m. b 7:00 p. m c 8 p. m d 9:00 p. m Now listen to the dialogue again and do the multiple choice exercise below. Listen and Judge Key:1. a 2. c, 3. d, 4.b
Now listen to something more challenging --- a passage with some blanks for you to fill in. The words in the brackets will give you some hints. A glance beforehand at the word list provided below will be of some help to you. Listen and Read A traditionally dinner in England starts with 1 (what?) _______. When you have drunk up the soup, 2 ( who? )___ will bring you the main course. This dish typically consist of 3(what?) ______. You might have roast beef, boiled or mashed potatoes, carrots, and everything 4(doing what?) _______ in the thick soup. There are usually many different things to eat, and if you want you can help
yourself to more food from the large plates 5(where?) _____ After you have finished, there will be a sweet course called 6 (what?) ______.You might have apple pie, and then some cake. 7(who?) ______ love sweet things, so dont be surprised if you are given some chocolate to eat. 8 (when?)_____, you will have tea or coffee. During dinner, your host will push to have more and more. If you 9(how? ) want to stop eating, you should say something like this, Its very delicious. But Im 10 (how?) ____ that I cant eat any more. Listen and Read
1. a bowl of soup 2. your host 3. meat and two vegetables 4. swimming 5. in the center of the table 6. dessert 7. English people 8. Finally 9. really 10. so full Listen and Read
Listen to the passage again and match the information in Column A with the choices in Column B. Listen and Match Column A Column B 1.The best title of the passage might be a. Dinner Manners in England. b. Hospitality of English c. Traditional English Dinner d. What food English People like.
Listen to the passage again and match the information in Column A with the choices in Column B. Listen and Match Column A Column B 2. The typically sequence of an English dinner is a.tea or coffee, main course, desert, soup. b. soup, main course, dessert, tea or coffee. c. main course, dessert, soup, tea or coffee d. soup, main course, tea or coffee, dessert
Listen to the passage again and match the information in Column A with the choices in Column B. Listen and Match Column A Column B 3. The dessert may be a.apple pie only. b.cake only. c.chocolate only. d. apple pie, cake and even chocolate.
Listen to the passage again and match the information in Column A with the choices in Column B. Listen and Match Column A Column B 4. … your host will push you to have more and more means that a. your host will ask you to eat more food. b. your host will have you feel at home c. your host will push the dishes closer to you. d. your host will urge you to come more often.
Listen to the passage again and match the information in Column A with the choices in Column B. Listen and Match Column A Column B 5. Before telling the host you are too full to eat more, you should a.ask how to cook the food. b.leave the table. c.praise the food. d. apologize to the host.
Write out the general idea of the passage in one paragraph by answering the following questions. Listen and Conclude 1. What does the traditional English dinner start with? 2. What will your host bring you after you drink up the soups? 3. What does the main course consist of? 4. What might be found in the thick soup served? Give some examples. 5. What can you do if you want more food? 6. What will follow the main course? 7. What will the meal usually end with? 8. What will your host ask you to do with the food during dinner? 9. What should you do if you really want to stop eating?
Listen and Conclude A traditional English dinner starts with a bowl of soup. After you drink all the soup,your host will bring you the main course It typically consists of meat and vegetables. You might find a lot of things saved in the soup, for example, roast beef, boiled or mashed potatoes and carrots. If you want more food, you can help yourself from the large plates in the center of the table. The main course is followed by dessert and the meal is usually ended with tea or coffee. During dinner, your host will push you to eat more food. If you really want to stop eating, you should praise the food and tell the host that you are too full to eat any more.
Script Dialogue 1 Mike: Hey, Jane. Shall we go out for a dinner tonight? Jane: Good idea, Mike. Where do you feel like going? Mike: My friends told me there is a new Italian place. Jane: No, Italian dishes are too heavy for me. Mike: Lets look at the dining guide in the newspaper. Jane: The Spanish seafood restaurant has good reviews.
Mike: Too much fish and nothing else. How about some Mexican food? Jane: That spicy food? Oh, forget it. Its too hot. Mike: Or pizza? Jane: pizza? No, too close to junk food. Mike: Oh, look here. The Chinese Golden Dragon. Jane: Yes, lets go there. They say they have something for everybodys taste. Mike: Great! We may also enjoy some Chinese folk music there. Script
Dialogue 2 Lin: Hey, jack! Ive been looking all over for you. Jack: Oh, Ms. Lin. Whats up? Lin: Well. We are having some people over Saturday night. Jack: To celebrate someones birthday? Lin: No, just a housewarming party. Its sort of our custom Jack: Oh, your new house is ready? It must be wonderful. Script
Lin: So I was wondering if youd like to come. Jack: That sounds good. Id like to join you What time? Lin: About eight. But if youre free, can you come a bit earlier to give me a hand? Jack: No problem. Can I take anything? Lin:If you want to bring a bottle of wine, that would be fine. Jack:OK. I have a bottle of French red wine. Lin: Great! Oh, Jack, you dont need to dress yourself formally. It wont be anything fancy. Jack: OK. See you then. Script