2They’re perfect for you Conversation (I)They’re perfect for youA: Oh, look at those earrings, Maria. They are perfect for you.B: These red ones? I’m not sure.A: No, the yellow ones.B: Oh, these? Hmm. Yellow isn’t really a good color for me.A: Well, that necklace isn’t bad.B: Which one?A: The blue one right there. How much is it?B: It’s $42! That’s expensive.A: Hey, let me get it for you. It’s your birthday present. Happy birthday.
3Grammar Focus (I) one, ones How much is the necklace?How much are the earrings?How much is the bracelet?Which one?Which ones?Which one?The blue one.The red ones.The pink one.It’s 999 dollars.They’re dollarsIt’s 70 dollars.
4Grammar Focus (I) one, ones How muchare these sunglasses?How muchare these pants?Whichones?Whichones?The redonesThe greenonesThey are78 dollarsThey are35 dollars
5Grammar Exercises one, ones A: Excuse me. How much _________ these jeans?B: Which _________? Do you mean the blue ________?A: No, the light blue ____________.B: Oh, _______________ $A: Almost 60 dollars. Are you kidding?onesonesonesThey’reA: I like the pink backpack over there. How much _______ _________?B: Which _________?A: The red ______________.B: __________ $ But ______ green ______ is only $A: OK. Let me see ______, please.isitoneoneTheoneIt’sit
6Vocabulary for material cottongoldplasticrubbersilksilverwoolleathera _______ bracelet__________ socksa _________ ringa _________ tie.plasticwoolgoldsilk_______ earrings__________ bootsa _______ jacketa _______shirtleathercottonsilverrubber
7Conversation (II) Which one do you prefer? A: Look! These jackets are really nice. Which one do you prefer?B: I like the wool one better.A: The wool one, why?B: It looks warmer.A: Well, I like the leather one better. It’s more stylish than the wool one.B: Hmm. There’s no price tag.A: Excuse me. How much is this jacket?C: It’s $ 499. Would you like to try it on?A: Uh, no. That’s OK! But thanks anyway.C: You are welcome.
8比較級用法 long →→ longer happy →→ happier wise →→ wiser 表示兩者比較時用形容詞比較級，其結構為A…+比較級 +than +B。其中單音節的形容詞比較級在單字後加er，或ierlong →→ longerhappy →→ happierwise →→ wiserthin →→ thinner, big →→ bigger雙音節以上的形容詞比較級在單字前加more。expensive →→ more expensivecomfortable →→ more comfortablestrongstrongermodernmore modern
10Comparision with adjectives Grammar Focus (II)Comparision with adjectivesA: Which dress is ______________ (pretty),the yellow one or the green one?B: Well, the green one is silk. And silk is_____________ (expensive) than polyester.prettiermore expensiveA: Is this blue T-shirt ______________ (large)than the red and white one?B: No, the red and white one is __________ (big).It’s a medium. The blue one is small.largerbigger
11Comparision with adjectives Grammar Focus (II)Comparision with adjectivesA: Look at these pants. Which ones do you like _________ (good)?B: I prefer the green cotton ones. They’re _____________ (stylish).than the wool ones.bettermore stylish
12A: How much _______ these socks? 完成會話:A: How much _______ these socks?B: Which _________?A: The red __________.B: ______________ 3.59 dollars.A: How about the black ______?B: _____________ 4.99 dollars.A: The black ________ are _______ ___________ (expensive) than the red _______.B: Yes, the black ___________ are ______ (nice) and _________ (good).$ 3.99areones$ 3.59onesThey’reones$ 4.99They’reonesmoreexpensiveones$ 2.99onesnicerbetter
13Reading: The World’s Online Marketplace--eBay bargain好的交易Do you like shopping online? Do you like finding a bargain or a good buy? Then eBay is for you. eBay is The World’s Online Marketplace. It’s a place to buy and sell almost anything. With over 18 million members, eBay is more popular than any other shopping site on the Internet.Answer the following questionsHow many people use eBay?What is eBay?What is the most popular shoppingsite on Internet?
14Reading: The World’s Online Marketplace--eBay item項目trade做生意交換electronics電子用品instrument樂器People trade millions of different things on eBay’s Web site: from cars to electronics to musical instruments.Here’s how it works: A member puts an advertisement for an item on the Web site. Other members bid, or offer money, for the item. The person who bids the most money gets to buy the item. Then the seller sends the item to the buyer.Answer the following questionsHow many things do people tradeon eBay?2. What is the first step if a person wantsto sell something on eBay?3. Who will get the item?4. How can a buyer get the item?offer提供bid出價advertisement廣告
15Reading: The World’s Online Marketplace--eBay owner擁有者add加traditional傳統的“ Selling on eBay is easy.” says Mike Stakes. He’s the owner of a company that sells used computers. And he adds, “I make friends on eBay. I think it’s a very friendly place.” But some people don’t like it. “I think the traditional way to shop is better,” says Jenny Feng, a student. “I want to touch things-not see a picture of them.Answer the following questionsWhat products does Mike sell?Does Mike like eBay?What does he say about eBay?3. Why doesn’t Jenny Feng like eBay?
16Reading: The World’s Online Marketplace--eBay Europe歐洲But whether you like it or not, eBay is here to stay. There are now eBay users in the United States, Europe, Latin America, China, and many other countries. Soon people may be able to shop on eBay anywhere in the world.Answer the following questionsName the countries that can shop oneBay..
17Write T or F for each statement _______ 1. At present, all over the people in the world can use eBay.T_______ 2. People can buy almost everything on eBay._______ 3. The person who bids the lowest price gets the item.T_______ 4. The seller himself or herself will give the item to the buyer.FF_______ 5. Mike Stacks has a computer company which sells new computers.T_______ 6. Jenny doesn’t like to shop online because she likes to see the item.T_______ 7. eBay is the largest online shopping site.