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  1. Being All Ears Listen and Decode Listen and Read Listen and Respond Listen and Match Listen and Judge Listen and Conclude Listen and Complete

  2. Listen and Decode Listen to Dialogue 1 and decode the message by finding the correct choices in the blanks according to what you hear. 1 ( Mr. Thomas, Mr. Li, Mr. Zhang) is leaving China. His company has opened a 2 (branch office, shop, hotel) in New York. He has been appointed as Regional Marketing 3 (Manager, Head, Director) and will start work next 4 (Monday , month, week). His flight number is 5 (CJ906, JC906, CJ609 ), Orient Airlines. Mr. Li is seeing him off at the 6 (airport, hotel, railway station) and asks him to keep in touch. 1 ( Mr. Thomas, Mr. Li, Mr. Zhang) is leaving China. His company has opened a 2 (branch office, shop, hotel) in New York. He has been appointed as Regional Marketing 3 (Manager, Head, Director) and will start work next 4 (Monday , month, week). His flight number is 5 (CJ906, JC906, CJ609 ), Orient Airlines. Mr. Li is seeing him off at the 6 (airport, hotel, railway station) and asks him to keep in touch.

  3. Mr. Li. Listen and Respond Listen to Dialogue 1 again and then answer the following questions orally. • Who is seeing Mr. Thomas off at the airport?

  4. New York Regional Marketing Manager Listen and Respond • Where is Mr. Thomas leaving for? • What position has he been appointed to?

  5. Next week. It’s CJ906, Orient Airlines. Listen and Respond • When is he going to start work? • What is his flight number? SCRIPT

  6. Listen and Judge Now listen to Dialogue 2 and then try to do the multiple choice exercises below. 1. Miss Sun is going to ___________. a. America b. Canada c. Australia d. England 2. She is going to study ___________. a. electrical engineering b. mechanical engineering c. business management d. education management b c

  7. Listen and Judge 3. Miss An has come to __________. a. pick her up b. see her off c. express thanks d. say hello 4. Miss An wishes her ___________. a. good luck b. good health c. a pleasant time d. a pleasant journey b d

  8. SCRIPT Listen and Complete Now listen to Dialogue 2 again and complete the following statements. 1. Miss Sun is leaving for __________________. 2. She has packed up for ___________. 3. She is going to study an MBA course at ________________________. 4. Miss An is saying ________ to her. 5. Miss Sun promises that she’ll _____________ with Miss An.   Canada this Sunday the journey the University of Vancouver goodbye keep in touch

  9. Listen and Read Now listen to something more challenging --- a passage with some blanks for you to fill in. The words in the brackets will give you some hints. This is Your Captain Speaking This flight to 1 (where?) ______ is almost over. It is a very long flight – almost 2 (how long?) ___________ – and the passengers are very tired. The flight 3 (who?) __________ are tired, too. The captain is making an 4 (what?) ______________: Good morning, ladies and gentlemen. Japan fifteen hours attendants announcement

  10. Listen and Read This is 5 (who?) ______________ speaking. We are flying at an altitude of 6 (how high?) ___________ at a speed of 600 miles per hour. Our arrival time at Narita Airport is 7 (when?) _________. The local time in 8 (what city?) ______ is 8:00 a.m. The weather in Tokyo is very warm, 9 (how many degrees?) ____ Fahrenheit, 30oCelsius. It was raining 10 (when?) _________, but today the sun is shining. So relax, enjoy your breakfast, and remember to fly with Northwest Orient Airlines in the future. Thank you. Captain Blaine 35,000 feet 10:00 a.m. Tokyo 86o yesterday

  11. d b Listen and Match Listen to the passage again and match the information in Column A with the choices in Column B. Column A Column B a. five hours. b. four hours. c. fourteen hours. d. fifteen hours. 1. The flight to Japan lasts for a. windy. b. fine. c. cloudy. d. overcast. 2. The weather in Tokyo today is

  12. c b Listen and Match Column A Column B a. 53, 000 feet. b. 50, 000 feet. c. 35, 000 feet. d. 30, 000 feet. 3. The plane is flying at an altitude of a. Italy. b. Paris. c. London. d. Spain. 4. The temperature in Tokyo is

  13. c Listen and Match Column A Column B a. lunch. b. dinner. c. breakfast. d. brunch. 5. The captain hopes the passengers will enjoy their

  14. Referece Listen and Conclude Write out the general idea of the passage by following the outline below. 1. The destination of the flight:   2. The length of the flying time: 3. The altitude of the flight: 4. The speed of the flight: 5. The arriving time at Narita Airport:   6. The temperature in Tokyo:   7. The person who makes the announcement:   8. The captain’s wishes:  

  15. Reference The flight to Japan is almost over. It’s almost fifteen hours. The plane is now flying at an altitude of 35 000 at a speed of 600 miles per hour. It is arriving at Narita Airport at 10:00 a.m. The local time in Tokyo is 8:00 a.m. The weather there is warm, 86o Fahrenheit, 30o Celsius. The captain now begins to make an announcement and he welcomes the passengers to take Northwest Orient Airlines again.

  16. SCRIPT Dialogue 1 Mr. Thomas: It’s really very kind of you to come to see me off, Mr. Li. Mr. Li: I’m sorry you’ve unable to stay a little longer, Mr. Thomas. Mr. Thomas: So am I. But I have to leave today. Our company’s branch office in New York is newly opened. Appointed as its Regional Marketing Manager , I must report for work next week. Mr. Li: How nice. What’s your flight number? Mr. Thomas: It’s Flight CJ906, Orient Airlines. Oh, it’s time for me to check in. Mr. Li: How I shall miss you! Take care of yourself and keep in touch. Mr. Thomas: Goodbye. Thanks again for everything. Mr. Li: It was a pleasure. Hope to see you again next year. Goodbye. Mr. Thomas: Goodbye.

  17. SCRIPT Dialogue 2 Miss An: Good morning, Miss Sun!   Miss Sun: Good morning, Miss An! Miss An: I heard that you are leaving for Canada this Sunday. Have you got everything ready for the trip? Miss Sun: Yes. I’ve packed up already. Miss An: Why are you going there, may I ask? To take an MBA course? Miss Sun: Yes. I’m going to further my study in business management at the University of Vancouver. Miss An: I wish you success. Well, can I see you off at the airport? Miss Sun: It’s very nice of you. But I think I can manage everything myself. Thank you all the same. Miss An: In that case, I’d have to say good-bye now. Wish you a pleasant journey. Miss Sun: Thank you. I’ll keep in touch with you. Bye-bye! Miss An: Bye.

  18. SCRIPT PassageThis is Your Captain Speaking ... This flight to Japan is almost over. It is a very long flight – almost fifteen hours – and the passengers are very tired. The flight attendants are tired, too. The captain is making an announcement: Good morning, ladies and gentlemen. This is Captain Blaine speaking. We are flying at an altitude of 35, 000 feet at a speed of 600 miles per hour. Our arrival time at Narita Airport is 10:00 a.m. The local time in Tokyo is 8:00 a.m. The weather in Tokyo is very warm, 86o Fahrenheit, 30o Celsius. It was raining yesterday, but today the sun is shining. So relax, enjoy your breakfast, and remember to fly with Northwest Orient Airlines in the future. Thank you.