21. What’s Joe’s nationality? How about Nancy? Warming upListen and find out:1. What’s Joe’s nationality? How about Nancy?2. What does Nancy think Joewants?What is Joe really looking for?4. How does the misunderstanding come about?
32. What does Nancy think Joe wants? Joe is an American, while Nancy Warming upListen and find out:1. What’s Joe’s nationality? How about Nancy?2. What does Nancy think Joewants?Joe is an American, while Nancyis British.Nancy thinks Joe wants to have a bath.
4What is Joe really looking for? How does the misunderstanding come about?He is looking for a toilet.In American English, bathroom means a place where there is a toilet and sometimes a bath or a shower. In British English, however, a bathroom is a place where there is a bath or a shower and sometimes also a toilet.
6There you are! Then let’s have 事情告一段落或有了最终结果的用语。例如：There you are! Then let’s havesome coffee.此外，还可以表示 “瞧，对吧（果然如此）”的语气。例如：There you are! I knew we couldfind it at last 对吧！我就知道我们最终能找到的。cf. Here you are. Here we are.
7B. at all 在否定句中为“一点也不”， 如： A. at all 在疑问句中为“到底，究竟” , 如：Have you read today’s newspaperat all?你到底读了今天的报纸了吗？2. at allB. at all 在否定句中为“一点也不”， 如：I’m not tired at all. 我一点也不累。C. 在if条件句中，为“既然，即使”， 如：If you do it at all, try your best.你既然要做，就尽力做好。
9ListeningListen carefully to the tape. Mr. Brown’s landlady has many house rules. Write down five of them.Example: The landlady asked Mr. Brown to put his coat in the closet.The landlady asked Mr. Brown:1._________________________________.2._________________________________.3._________________________________.4._________________________________.5._________________________________.to put his coat on a pegTo put his coat in the closet.To take off his shoesTo put his umbrella in the umbrella stand.To lock the door if he comes home after midnight.
18.104.22.168.10.11.12.13.To be quiet after nine o’clock in the eveningNot to shower after nine o’clock in the evening.Not to smoke in the bathroom.To walk the dog.To turn down the radio.To speak quietly on the phone.To return the key of the front door.To help her find a new tenant for the flat
11The landlady’s rules DOS 1. to put his coat in the closet 2. to take off his shoes3. to put his umbrella in the umbrella stand4. to lock the door if he comes home aftermidnight
125. to be quiet after nine o’clock in the evening6. to walk the dog7. to turn down the radio8. to speak quietly on the phone9. to return the key of the front door10. to help her find a new tenant forthe flat
13DON’TS1. not to put his coat on a peg2. not to shower after nine o’clockin the evening ...3. not to smoke in the bathroom
14Listening Text: It’s that woman. She drives me crazy Listening Text: It’s that woman. She drives me crazy. It all started right from the very first day, I would say from the very first evening when I set foot into that house. “Good evening, Mr Brown, could you please put your coat on a peg?--- Oh no, not there, in the closet, please. Yes, thank you, and eh, your umbrella, yes, could you please put your umbrella in the umbrella stand? Oh no, not there, here! Please don’t forget. The key of the front door, here you are, and remember, if you come home after midnight, please lock the door. Good night! Oh Mr Brown, would you please be quiet after nine o’clock in the evening? ”
15And that was only the beginning And that was only the beginning. “Mr Brown, don’t shower after nine, ” she shouted. She would walk past my door and say: “Mr Brown, would you please remember not to smoke in the bathroom? Could you walk the dog, please? Will you turn down your radio, please? Please, Mr Brown, could you speak quietly on the phone?” It was terrible. Oh, I could not have stayed there another week, for sure. And then there was this letter. “Dear Mr Brown,” it said, “could you please return the key of the front door? And one more question. Can you help me find a new tenant for my flat?
16Speaking 1. 1) Emily asked Karen ____________________________. how to pronounce “kilometer”2) The teacher asked Karen and Emily ____________________________________.if there was anything that wasn’t clear to them3) Karen told the teacher that Emily hadasked her __________________________.how to pronounce “kilometer”
172. 1) Ms. Smith told Harry _________________________________________________________________. to take those two pizzas to Mr. Thomp-son onBroad Street, Number122) Harry asked Ms. Smith _________________________.if she could spell that name3) He also asked her ___________________________.if she could repeat the address4) Ms. Smith told Harry ______________________________________________.not to forget to buy her some ketchupon his way back
18A asked B whether or (if)... Requests or OrdersrequestsA asked B (not) to do...A asked B whether or (if)...ordersA told B (not) to do...A told B whether (if)...
19Useful expressions: ＊ Can you spell that, please? ＊ Could you repeat it , please?＊ Could you speak a bit slowly, please?＊ How do you pronounce …?＊ How do you say … in English?＊ What do you mean by …?＊ Can you say it in a different way?
20＊ They decided to set up a new school the 2nd time they went there. Language points1. for the first time 第一次…the first time 第一次…，直接引导时间状语从句＊ They decided to set up a new school the 2ndtime they went there.2. must “肯定；准是”，仅用于肯定句，否定句用can’t ，意为“不可能”。＊ A: That must be the Williams.B: No, it can’t be them. They are away onholidays.＊ You must be Mr. Hatt, aren’t you?
21＊ In order to get there in time, he came all the way running. ＊ All the way back, we talked about the movie.4. direct adj. & adv.＊ She took a direct flight to New York.＊ She flew direct/directly to New York.＊ I’ll come to see you directlyafter class.(= immediately)