4 Lead-inWarm Up1. What are the channels through which people can buy their flight tickets?2. What are the advantages of making a schedule for your work?
5 Lead-in Answer the questions according to the timetableand schedulein Section I1. What’s the departure time of the flight from Beijing to Hong Kong?2. What will Mark do on Friday morning?
6 Sample dialogues Warm-up 1. Do you know how to make and keep an appointment?
7 making & keeping appointments Speak out —making & keeping appointmentsWould you like toappointment?make anschedule the
8 Speak out — making & keeping appointments You can make it at 2:00 if it is convenient for you.Our manageris availablefrom 1:30 to 3:00 p.m. everyMonday.
9 making & keeping appointments Speak out —making & keeping appointmentsI’ve got an appointment at 8:30 with Mr. Anderson, the bank manager.Could I have an appointment to see you?Shall we meet at 9 a.m. at your office the day after tomorrow?
10 making & keeping appointments Speak out —making & keeping appointmentsIs 10 o’clock OK / any good?Will this afternoon be all right for you? But I can only spare you an hour and a half today, from four o’clock.
11 making & keeping appointments Speak out —making & keeping appointmentsIf you are free, I’ll come to see you this weekend.
12 Sample dialogues Warm-up 2. Do you know how to postpone an appointment?
13 postponing appointments Speak out —postponing appointmentsI wonder if我们能否将约会推迟到明天下午。we could postpone the appointment to tomorrow afternoon.
14 postponing appointments Speak out —postponing appointments将我们的约会从明天改为下周三同一时间是否方便。I wonder ifit's convenient to change our appointment from tomorrow to next Wednesday, still at the same time.
15 postponing appointments Speak out —postponing appointmentsDr. Cook won’t be able to see you at the time suggested.Anytime except today. Please givehim a call before you come.Sorry, the whole afternoon is filled up here. Will tomorrow do?
16 postponing appointments Speak out —postponing appointmentsUse the phrases in the circle to make up a sentence.I’m afraid the manager is all booked this week. How about next week?I’m afraidkeyis all bookedthis week.next week?How aboutthe manager
17 postponing appointments Speak out —postponing appointmentsThe dinner appointment has been canceled.cancelMr. Smith has to cancel all his appointments because he’s got something urgent to attend to.
18 Sample dialogues Warm-up 3. Do you know how to make a reservation of a flight or train ticket?
19 making reservations of flights and trains Speak out —making reservations of flights and trainsMiss Wang, is there a direct train from here to Chengde?How many trains are there for Beijing every day?
20 making reservations of flights and trains Speak out —making reservations of flights and trainsWhat time does the next trainto Guangzhou leave?Do I have to change trains anywhere?I’d like to get two tickets to Beijing at 9:00 this morning.
21 making reservations of flights and trains Speak out —making reservations of flights and trainsWhen do you have flights for Macao?Excuse me, is the 5:30 flight from Hong Kong on time?
22 making reservations of flights and trains Speak out —making reservations of flights and trainsWhen does it arrive in Macao?Can I have a seat on Flight 455 to New York tomorrow afternoon?
23 Sample dialogues Warm-up 4. Do you know how to understand and make up a schedule?
24 I’ll be enjoying my weekend in Hong Kong. Speak out —making up a scheduleI’ll be enjoying my weekend in Hong Kong.What’s your plan for this weekend?I’ll take the 2:15 flight back on Friday afternoon.
25 Speak out —making up a scheduleWhat’s your schedule for tomorrow?This morning I need to write a business report.I have a busy schedule this week.
26 Speak out —making up a scheduleThe office hours are from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.The conference is on Thursday, right?Lunch begins at 1 p.m. and lasts one hour.
27 Sample dialogues Read and find out Read and find out useful expressions for asking about timetables and giving responses.Read and find out
28 Is there a flight to Hong Kong on Tuesday, the 16th? Sentences for talking about timetables of transport and giving responses:Is there a flight to Hong Kong on Tuesday, the 16th?What about Wednesday, the 17th?There’s one on Wednesday, the 17th.What’s the departure time?The arrival time in Hong Kong is 11:45 in the morning.
29 Practice the following sentences. direct flightThe next available ____________ leaves at 4:00 p.m., Saturday, August 4th.What’s the ________________ of Flight 217 from Beijing to Hong Kong?departure time
30 Practice the following sentences. 3. There is no direct flight to Chengdu here, so the passengers have to ________ to another flight in Beijing.change
31 talking about work schedules: Sentences fortalking about work schedules:I have a busy schedule this week.This morning I need to write a business report and this afternoon at 1:30 I’ll discuss the report with the general manager.What’s your schedule for tomorrow?
32 talking about work schedules: Sentences fortalking about work schedules:I’m attending the sales meeting at 9:00 in the morning.I’ve got an appointment at 8:30 with Mr. Anderson, the bank manager.In the afternoon I’m taking the 4:45 flight to Hong Kong for the conference.
33 Practice the following sentences. What’s the manager’s ________ for next week?I’ve got ____________ at 1:30 ____ Mr. Smith.Sorry, the whole afternoon is filled up.schedulean appointmentwith
34 Practice the following sentences. 3 ____________________ Please give hima call before you come.Anytime except today.
35 Practice the following sentences. 4. I’ll finish my task tomorrow and _________________ in New York.enjoy my weekend
36 Practice the dialogues. Sample dialoguesPractice the dialogues.Group work
37 Make short conversations Sample dialoguesMake short conversationsby simulating the fivesmall dialogues.Pair work
38 Role-play the similar situations you create, first Sample dialoguesRole-play the similar situations you create, firstin groups, and thenbefore the class.Role play
39 Sample dialogues Put-in-Use Do the Put-in-Use exercises in groups by reading out loudly the three dialogues you have completed.Put-in-Use
45 Dialogue script Ann: Hello, Susan. Can I see you after work this week? Susan: Hello, Ann. It would be nice to see you again, but I'm quite busy this week. This afternoon I'm having a meeting at 5.Ann: Don't you have timetomorrow?
46 Dialogue scriptSusan: Tomorrow is Tuesday. I've got to have dinner with some friends.Ann: That's a pity. What about Wednesday?Susan: Wednesday is difficult as well. I've got an appointment with Mr. Peterson.Ann: Thursday then?
47 Dialogue scriptSusan: No, Thursday is out for me, I'm afraid. I've got to stay in my office and do some extra work. I really must.Ann: Oh, that's a shame. Well, I know you've got to go to the evening classes each Friday.Susan: That's right. I'm sorry I can't manage this week.
48 Dialogue script Ann: It looks as if we'll have to wait until next week then.Susan: Yes. Look, I must go now. I've got to meet Jack in ten minutes. Would you please give me a call next week?
49 Dialogue Post-listening task Do the exercises in Listen and Decode and Listen and Respond.
50 Read the printed materials PassagePre-listening taskRead the printed materialsin Listen and Readin THREE minutes.
51 Listen to the tape and fill in the blanks. PassageWhile-listening taskListen to the tape and fill in the blanks.
52 Listen again and check up the answers. PassageWhile-listening taskListen again and check up the answers.
53 Passage Key to the passage: 1. city’s bus company 2. airport 3. on a schedule timetable5. arrival departure7. passengers full load9. seat10. only a few rule12. late wait