Presentation on theme: "Welcome! Oral English (A1). 5/5/2015 My sister works downtown 我妹妹在市区工作 How do you come to school? →I come to school by school bus/car. 校车 / 汽车 →I take."— Presentation transcript:
5/5/2015 My sister works downtown 我妹妹在市区工作 How do you come to school? →I come to school by school bus/car. 校车 / 汽车 →I take the bus to school. How does he/she come to work? →He/She drives to work. →He/She walks to work. He comes to work on foot/by bike. take the bus 乘公交 by bus take the subway 乘地铁 by subway
5/5/2015 take the train 乘火车 by train take the airplane 乘飞机 by airplane/plane ride a bike 骑自行车 by bike ride a motorcycle 骑摩托车 by motorcycle take a taxi/cab 打的 by taxi suburb 郊区 downtown 市区 colleague 同事
5/5/2015 Conversation 对话 Ashley: Nice car, Jason! Is it yours? Jason: No, it's my colleague's. She drives to work. Ashley: Are your jobs here in the suburbs? Jason: No, it's downtown. Ashley: I live near my company. So I go to work by bike. What about you? Jason: I usually take the school bus to Sias. The bus stops near my house. It's convenient. Ashley: That's cool.
5/5/2015 How long have you been studying English? A: How long have you been studying English? B: Almost 10 years./ I've been studying English for 13 years. A: How long have you been in Sias? B: I've been in Sias for 7 years. A: How often do you go swimming? 频率 B: I go swimming once a week. twice a week 一周两次 three times a week 一周三 次 every other week 隔一周
5/5/2015 What time do you get up? A: What time do you get up? B: I get up at noon./I get up at ten o'clock. A: What time does he have lunch? B: He has lunch at one o'clock. A: Do you get up early? B: No, I get up late. A: Does he have lunch at noon? B: No, he eats lunch at one o'clock. A: Do they drive to work? B: Yes, they drive to work every day.
5/5/2015 What's your schedule like? A:What 's your schedule like? B:I starts work at 8 o'clock. So I get up at 6:30. After breakfast, I walk to school. A: When does your work end? B: My work ends at 5:30 pm. After work, I play basketball with my friends.
5/5/2015 What are you doing? Steve: Hi, Dave. Dave: What are you doing, Steve? Steve: I'm cooking. Dave: Wow, cool. Can you cook? Steve: Yeah, frankly speaking, this is one of my hobbies/favorites. Dave: Sounds great. What are you cooking/making now? It's 11:30(eleven thirty) in the morning. I'm really hungry. Steve: Pizza. Now I'm getting hungry. Let's eat!
5/5/2015 What time is it? Angela: What time is it now? Are you still sleeping? David: Don't bother/bug me. I'm in a sweet dream. Angela: It's 9 o'clock a.m. You are almost one hour late for work. You told me you would have an important meeting today. Do you forget it? David: Oh, my gosh. Why don't you wake me up? I'm late. Angela: Come on, my dear. I've been waking you up since 6:30
5/5/2015 What' up? 怎么了 What's wrong with you?/What's up? What's the matter?/What's the trouble?/What's the problem? What happened?/What's happening? What's going on (here)? Are you OK? Is there anything wrong with you? What a bummer./That's bummer./Bummer./That's too bad(awful). 真倒霉，真糟糕。
5/5/2015 Conversation A: Hey, you look unhappy.What's up? B: I'm feeling very sad about my work. A: What happened to your work. I thought everything went on well with it. B: You know, I have a new boss now. He set up a lot of new regulations/rules upon his coming. And also, a few colleagues have been promoted, exculding me. A: Oh, what a bummer./Bummer./That's too bad. But don't worry, you should work hard from now on. I think your new boss will reward you for your diligence and devotion to your work. B: Yeah, I hope so. All right, I won't be late or even absent from now on.
5/5/2015 Giving advice/Making suggestions 提建议 A: How about doing....?/What about doing/sth....? Why not do.....?/Why don't you do.....? If I were you, I would do sth....... The best way to handle that is to do...... What if you try to do........? You should/could......... B: Thanks. That's a good idea./ Good idea. That's fantasic./Sounds great(good/fantastic) I think I will try that. I understand,but I'm afraid it won’t work. Really? Do you think that will work.
5/5/2015 A ： What a lovely day today. B: Yeah, it seems the real spring is approaching. A: The harsh long winter has finally gone. I can breathe the fresh air. B: Why not have a picnic this weekend? A: Nice idea./That's fantastic. /Good idea. B: How about riding bikes to the suburb? A: Sounds great. Ok, it's a deal. 一言为定 We have to make a specific plan about the picnic. B: Absolutely. Wait for your phone call. See ya. A: Byebye.