Do you know these places in France? lavender triumphal arch SectionB—3a
Have you ever eaten French cuisine? 法国菜 SectionB—3a
Let’s see a video about French cuisine. SectionB—3a
What do you know about the table manners in France? SectionB—3a
Read the e-mail message from Wang Kun and make a list of table manners in France! You aren’t supposed to …You are supposed to… put your bread on your plate. put it on the table. eat anything with your hands except bread. cut fruit up and eat it with a fork. say you are full. say “It was delicious.” put your hands in your lap. keep your hands on the table. SectionB—3a
1.Why was Wang Kun nervous before she arrived in France? Because her French was not very good. 2. Why did she have no reason to be nervous? Because her host family was really nice. 3. How has her French improved? She is very comfortable speaking French now. Read the e-mail message from Wang Kun and answer the questions. SectionB—3a
4. What is one particular challenge she is facing? One particular challenge is learning how to behave at the dinner table. 5. What does she find surprising? You put your bread on the table, not on the plate. SectionB—3a
Read through the passage in 3 minutes and tell T/ F. ( )1. The E-mail is from France about table manners. ( )2. Wang Kun is an exchange student and she is back now. ( )3. She felt at home after she arrived in France. ( )4. It’s polite to put your bread on the table or eat it with your hands. T F T T SectionB—3a
1.Another thing is that it is very rude to say you’re full. 另一件事是你说吃饱了是非常不礼貌的。 full adj. 吃饱的； 满的， 充满的 在句中既可以作表语, 也可以作定语。 Language points SectionB—3a The food is very delicious. I am very full now. 这些食物真可口，我现在非常饱了。 It’s impolite to speak with a full mouth. 嘴里装满食物的时候说话是不礼貌的。
拓展 : full 常用于 “be full of...” 结构中, 意为 “ 充 满 …… 的 ”, 强调状态, 相当于 be filled with 。 The glass is full of milk. = The glass is filled with milk. 杯子里装满了牛奶。 SectionB—3a
2.I thought that was pretty strange at first, but now I’m used to it. 一开始我认为那非常奇怪, 但是现在我习惯了。 be used to 意为 “ 习惯于 ”, 在这里 to 是介词, 后面可以 接名词、代词或动词 -ing 形式, 其疑问句或否定句形 式主要体现在 be 动词上。 Are you used to the weather here? 你习惯这里的天气吗？ He isn’t used to traveling by train. 他不习惯坐火车旅行。 SectionB—3a
be used to 结构可以用于各种时态中, 其中的 be 还可 以用 get, become 等词来代替。 You’ll be / get used to the work soon. 你不久就会习惯这个工作的。 SectionB—3a 链接 : 请同学们注意以下几个结构 : used to do sth.“ 过去常常 ” be used to do sth.=be used for doing sth.“ 被用来做 某事 ” 如： I used to have short hair. This kind of wood can be used to make desks. Sweaters are used for keeping warm.
1.This computer ___________ control all the machines in the factory. 2.He _________ a teacher in our school, but he quitted his job last year. 3.The old man and his wife _______________ living a simple life already. They won’t move to the city. 4.The pan ___________ cooking. used to do be used to do be used to doing be used for doing is used to used to be have been used to is used for SectionB—3a
【 2011 兰州】 28. Mary is used to ____ a T-shirt and jeans. A. wear B. put on C. wearing D. putting on 答案： C 【解析】词义辨析。句意 “ 玛丽习惯于穿 T 恤 衫和牛仔裤 ” ， be used to doing sth. 习惯于做 某事，因此排除选项 A 、 B ， wear 强调状态， put on 强调动作，由句意知 “ 此处表示状态 ” ， 因此选 C 。 SectionB—3a
3.They go out of their way to make me feel at home. 他们想尽各种办法让我感觉不到拘束。 go out of one’s way 特意，不怕麻烦做某事 Please don't go out of your way for us. 请不要专门为我们而费心。 She always goes out of her way to please her guests. 她总是不怕麻烦地使客人称心如意。 SectionB—3a
Translation 1. It’s even better than I thought it would be. 事情比我想象的要好得多。 2. I’m very comfortable speaking French now. 我现在讲法语很流畅、自如。 3. Although I still make lots of mistakes, it doesn’t bother me like it used to. 尽管我仍然出许多错，但它不像过去那样打扰我。 4. I thought that was pretty strange at first, but now I’m used to it. 开始我认为那很奇怪，但是现在我已经习惯了。 SectionB—3a
5. You’re not supposed to eat anything with your hands except bread, not even fruit. You have to cut it up and eat it with a fork. 除了面包，你不可以用手吃任何东西，即使是水 果也不行。你必须切开，用叉子来吃。 SectionB—3a 6. I have to say, I find it difficult to remember everything, but I’m gradually getting used to things, and don’t find them so strange any more. 不得不承认，我发现记住一切东西是很困难的，但 我渐渐习惯了，并且发现他们也不再那么奇怪了。
1. 玩的开心 2. 寄宿家庭 3. 不怕麻烦地做某事 4. 使某人感到宾至如归 5. 与 … 不同 6. 首先 7. 习惯于 … 8. 切碎 9. 约会 10. 祝酒 11. 以 … 开始 1.have a great time 2.host family 3.go out of one’s way to do sth. 4.make sb. feel at home 5.be different from 6.at first 7.be used to 8.cut up 9.make appointments 10.make a toast 11.begin with Phrases in the article.
3b Imagine that you are Steven from 2b. Write an e-mail message to a friend about the table manners in Japan.
Here are some things you need to know about table manners when you visit Japan, First of all, you should _________________________________________ _________________________________________ _________________________________________ _________________________________________ _________________________________________ _________________________________________ _________________________________________ _________________________________________ ________________________ remember: sometimes it’s polite to make noise when you’re eating,especially when you’re eating noodles. It shows that you like the food. Second, it’s rude to stick your chopsticks into your food. And you shouldn’t point at anyone with your chopsticks. Finally, this isn’t about table manners exactly, but you should know that it’s rude to eat or drink while walking down the street.
Tell us whether you agree or not. 1. While eating meals with other people, it’s OK to talk. But you aren’t supposed to make too much noise. 2. While making appointments, it doesn’t matter if you arrive a bit late. You are supposed to be relaxed about time. 3. While giving compliments, you’re supposed to think of proper words to praise and encourage people to do better.
4. While offering tea, you’re supposed to bow and use both of your hands. 5. While introduce other people, you are supposed to kiss without any words. 6. While speaking to older people, you should try to make your language more polite. Remember to be ready to help them out. 7. While making a toast at dinner, you are supposed to say something good to cheer them up.
Your pen pal from France is going to visit you. Please write a small article to tell him / her about things he / she is supposed to do. You can use: 1. be supposed to do… 2. It’s polite to… 3. It’s rude to… 4. It’s impolite to … 5.... should…
Sample Tim, welcome you to our school. Here is something I want to tell you. First, if you meet a teacher on your way to school, it’s polite to stop to bow and say “Good morning” to him / her. Second, our school has got out lots of activities to make you feel at home. You’d better make a plan with your friends and decide what to do because you are supposed to finish homework every day.
If you’d like to visit a Chinese family, being there on time is very important. At last of the day, we’ll have a party with the home-stay families. You’re not supposed to give gifts to them, but you should show your thanks. We’re looking forward to meeting you in Beijing. I’m sure you’ll have a great time here.
Talking about eating habit, unlike the West, where everyone has their own plate of food, in China the dishes are placed on the table and everybody shares.
Chinese are very proud of their culture of cooking and will do their best to show their hospitality.
And sometimes the host will serve some dishes with his or her own chopsticks to guests to show his or her hospitality. This is a sign of politeness. The right thing to do would be to eat the whatever-it-is and say how yummy it is.
If you feel uncomfortable with this, you can just say a polite "thank you" and leave the food there. There some other rules about the eating custom in China.
Make sure the spout ( 茶壶的嘴 ) of the teapot is not facing anyone. It is impolite to set the spout facing towards somebody. The spout should always be directed to where nobody is sitting, usually just outward from the table.
Never try to turn a fish over yourself. People believe that car accidents will happen or a fishing boat will capsize ( 翻 ) if you do so. This is especially true to southerners in China (such as Guangdong, Guangxi and Fujian provinces, etc.)