2Dialogue 1 1、Directions: Listen to the dialogue and choose the best answer to each question you hear.Words and expressions：Vegetarian 素食者Peterson 姓For how many people?What food do you prefer?Dialogue 1
3Script Next 1) a. He wants to book a table for two. b. He wants to book a table by the window.c. He wants to book a table for a large party.d. He wants to book a table for his big family of ten.2)a. It is famous for seafood.b. It seldom accepts large parties.c. Well-known people often come to dinner here.d. It specializes in vegetarian food.3)a. At the manager’s office.b. In the Peterson’s home.c. On the phone.d. In the restaurant.ScriptWhat does Mr. Peterson want to do?_____CWhat do you know about the restaurant?_____BNextWhere does the conversation take place?_____C
4Script back 4) a. By introducing the customers to a large restaurant. b. By putting two tables together.c. By accepting no more reservations for the night.d. By opening a larger room.5)a. The restaurant is rather small.b. Vegetarian food is popular in the West today.c. There’s no regulation without exceptiond. Regular customers enjoy some privileges.How does the restaurant manage to accept a largeparty? _____ BWhat can you infer from the dialogue?_____Dback
52. Directions:Listen to the dialogue again and take notes of the man’s phone call to complete the following table.Words and expressions：Vegetarian 素食者Peterson 姓For how many people?What food do you prefer?Dialogue 1
6Script Name of Caller Time to Arrive Number of Guests Food Status of CallerMichael Peterson8 tonight10Vegetarian foodRegular customer
7Script: Back to question~ W:Hello. Old England Restaurant. Can I help you?M: Yes. I’d like to book a table for tonight.W: Yes, sir. What time.M: Eight o’clock.W: Certainly. For how many people?M: There are ten of us.W: Ten of you! But we don’t usually accept large parties, sir.M: I know, but we are regular customers.W: What’s your name please?M: Michale Peterson.W: Michale Peterson … of course! That’ll be right. We’ll put two tables together.M: Thanks.W: What food do you prefer for today, sir? We have fresh seafood tonight.M: No. We are all vegertarians.
81. Directions:Listen to the dialogue five of the questions the customers asked to book an air ticket.Words and expressions：reservation 预订.available 由供应的economy 经济舱direct flight 直达航班I’d like to make a reservation.Are there … available?Welcome to fly …Dialogue 2
9Script 1) Do you have__________________________________? 2) ________________?3)Are there ______________________________?4) __________________?5) _____________________?any flight for New York on December 20thIs that a direct flightstill any seats available on that flightWhat is the exact fareIt’s quite expensive, isn’t itScript
102. Directions:Listen to the dialogue again and write down short answers to the following questions.Words and expressions：reservation 预订.available 由供应的economy 经济舱direct flight 直达航班I’d like to make a reservation.Are there … available?Welcome to fly …Dialogue 2
11Script 1)When is Mary leaving? (10:50a.m. December 20th) 2)Is Mary’s flight a direct one? If not, what must she do before she gets to New York?3)What time will the plane arrive in New York?4)What is the exact fare?5)Why is the ticket rather expensive?(10:50a.m. December 20th)(No. She has to wait fot three hours in Tokyo)( 6:50 p.m. , local time)(＄ 1,250)( It’s the holiday season)Script
12Script: Back to question~ M: Northwest Airlines. May I help you? W: Yes, I’d like to make a reservation. Do you have any flight for New York on December 20th?M: Yes, there is one.W: Could yu tell me about it?M: Sure. It’s Flight No. 586, which departs from here at 10:50 a.m. and arrives at 6:50 p.m. , local time.W: Is that a direct flight?M: No. It stops for three hours in Tokyo, but you don’t have to change plane.W: That’s OK. Are there still any seats available on that flight?M: Yes, there are. May I know your name?W: Mary Grant.
13Back to question~ M: Mary Grant. What class do you prefer? W: Economy, please.M: All right.W: What is the exact fare?M: That’ll be $1,250.W: It’s quite expensive, isn’t it?M: Well, it’s the holiday season, you know.W: I see.M: Let me check with you again. Flight No. 586 for New York. December 20th, economy, Miss Mary Grant. Is that right?W: That’s right, thank you ,sir.M: Welcome to fly Northwest, Miss Grant.