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  1. Unit | Six Shopping and Sightseeing

  2. Unit Goals: What You Should Learn to Do 1. Ask about the price 2. Ask about style, size and color of clothing 3. Ask about the model, use and guarantee of appliances 4. Talk about shopping 5. Ask for a discount 6. Understand and talking about shopping and travel ads 7. Read and ask about operating instructions What You Should Know About 1. Shopping 2. Tourist attractions 3. Present participle and past participle as attributives

  3. Talking Face to Face Section Ⅴ Section Ⅰ Section Ⅱ Section Ⅲ Section Ⅳ Appreciating Culture Tips Being All Ears Maintaining a Sharp Eye Trying Your Hand Contents

  4. Section Ⅰ Talking Face to Face ImitatingMini-talks Speak and Recite Acting out the Tasks Speak and Perform Studying Business Cards Study and Imitate Following Sample Dialogues Imitate and Perform Speak and Complete Putting Language to Use Speak and Translate Speak and Communicate

  5. SECTION I Talking Face to Face Imitating Mini-talks Speak and Recite 1 Work in pairs. Look at the picture and recite the following mini-talks for shopping and sightseeing. 1) I’m looking for a jacket. Shop assistant: May I help you? Tony: Yes, please. I’m looking for a jacket. Shop assistant: Here is a nice purple jacket. Tony: That’s okay. Purple jackets are very popular this year. 2) How much is it? Sam: I’m interested in this mobile phone. How much is it? Shop assistant: It’s onsale this week. It’s only $96.99. Sam: That’s pretty cheap. I’ll take it, please. Shop assistant: Certainly. And how will you pay for it? Back

  6. 3) It’s the wrong size. Shop assistance: May I help you, madam? Mary: Well, it’s this shirt. I bought it here yesterday. Shop assistance: And what’s the problem? Mary: It’s the wrong size. 4) Where did you go for your summer vacation? John: Where did you go for your summer vacation? Mary: I went to San Francisco with a few friends. John: That sounds like fun. How long did you stay there? Mary: Just one week. 5) Have you ever been to Paris? Helen: Have you ever been to Paris? Tom: Yes. There’re so many placesofinterest to visit. Helen: Oh, I’ve heard. I plan to see the Louvre and the Eiffel Tower. Tom: I don’t think one day is enough to see much of the city. Back Window on Key Words 紫色的打折相当地名胜

  7. Acting out the Tasks Speak and Perform 2 Work in pairs and act out the tasks by following the above mini-talks. 1 Task: Buy a vase for flowers. 2 Task: Bargain for a better price. 3 Task: Choose the right color and size. 4 Task: Talk about the trip to London. 5 Task: Discuss where to go and what to see. Back ● Refer to the Data Bank in the Workbook for relevant expressions.

  8. Shopping and Travel Ads Study and Imitate 3 Shopping and travel advertisements are always with us. They provide useful information for people to know what to buy and where to go. Now let’s read the following two ads and try to use the information in them in your face-to- face talks. Back

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  10. Following Sample Dialogues Imitate and Perform 4 Read the following sample dialogues and try to perform your own tasks. 1) On the Cultural Street Mr. Ahrens: So this is the famous Cultural Street, isn’t it? Miss Zhang: Yes. It’s a long street with a lot of shops on either side. You can find some real Chinese handicrafts (手工艺品) here. Mr. Ahrens: Very good. (After a while.) Miss Zhang: Do you have anything particular in mind? Mr. Ahrens: I want to buy some souvenirs (纪念品) for my friends and relatives. Miss Zhang: Would you like to have a look at the jewels? They’re over there. Mr. Ahrens: Certainly. Miss Zhang: How do you like this ring? It’s inlaid (镶嵌) with a diamond in a dragon design background. Mr. Ahrens: How lovely it is! And so rich in color! (To the shop assistant) How much does it cost? Shop assistant: Three thousand two hundred and fifty yuan. Mr. Ahrens: I think I’ll take it for my wife. Back

  11. 2) It Was Really a Wonderful Trip (Julia had a wonderful trip to Paris and London. Peter is asking about her impressions of the two cities.) Peter: So it was really a wonderful trip. Which city did you like better, Paris or London? Julia: That’s hard to say. There were both good things and bad things about the two cities. Peter: Wait a minute! What are the bad things? Julia: Traffic, for one. The traffic in Paris was pretty bad, and the traffic in London was even worse. Peter: That’s true. All big cities have bad traffic. Julia: Well, forget it. Let’s talk about the good things. Peter: OK. Julia: The art galleries in Paris were fantastic. And the Louvre was amazing. Peter: Me too. I love the galleries in London, but I like the ones in Paris even more. Back

  12. Putting Language to Use Speak and Complete 5 Imagine you are buying a cassette recorder. Complete the following conversation with the shop assistant by filling in the blanks. Shop assistant: May I help you, sir? You: Yes. Could you 1 _______ me some cassette recorders? Shop assistant: Sure. Do you prefer products made in Japan, the U.S. or the U.K.? We have various 2 ______ here. You may choose the one you like best. But how much are you going to 3 _______? You: About one hundred dollars, I think. Shop assistant: If so, I’ll show you a very good cassette recorder on sale. You: 4 ____________ is it? Shop assistant: 95 dollars. You: Sounds 5 ___________. Could I have a 25% 6 __________? Shop assistant: Sorry. It’s already the sale price. You: All right. I’ll 7 _____ it. May I use my 8 ______ card here? Shop assistant: Sure. show brands spend How much reasonable discount credit take Back Unit | Six

  13. Speak and Translate 6 Imagine you are Wang Na. You want to buy a pair of jeans. Fill in the blanks according to the Chinese provided. Shop assistant: Good morning, Miss. Can I help you? You: 1 _________________________________. (我想买一条牛仔裤。) Shop assistant: OK. Our selection of jeans is the most comprehensive available. 2 _________________________? (您想要什么样式的?) You: It’s really hard for me to choose from so many styles of jeans. Shop assistant: Well, let me see. How do you like this style? It’s the latest fashion, very popular. And the quality is excellent. You: 3 ____________________________________? (看上去不错。我能试一条深蓝色的吗?) Shop assistant: Certainly. What size are you? You: 4 _________________. (我想是中号。) Yes, please. I’m looking for a pair of jeans What style would you like That looks fine. Can I try a dark blue pair Back Medium, I think Unit | Six

  14. Speak and Translate 6 Imagine you are Wang Na. You want to buy a pair of jeans. Fill in the blanks according to the Chinese provided. Shop assistant: Here you are. There’s a fitting room just over there. You: The color is fine. But I’m afraid it’s too big for me. 5 __________________________? (有小点尺码的吗?) Shop assistant: Wait a moment, please. Oh, I think this pair will be the right size for you. You: 6 __________________________? (是的,我也这样想。多少钱?) Shop assistant: $90, plus tax. You: 7 ____________________________________________. (太贵了。比我想的多多了。) Shop assistant: You know, what they say, you get what you pay for. You can’t go wrong on that. You: OK. I’ll take it. 8 ____________________? (你们接受信用卡吗?) Shop assistant: Sure. Have you got any smaller size Yes, I think so. How much is it It’s too expensive and much more than I wanted to pay Do you accept credit cards Back Unit | Six

  15. Speak and Communicate 7 Imagine you are Selena and you are talking with Linda about your trip to Beijing in the summer vacation. Play your role according to the clues giving in brackets. Selena: 1 (告诉Linda你这个暑假要去北京旅游。) Linda: Really? That’s wonderful. Beijing is an ancient city and a great place for sightseeing. Selena: 2 (问她是否去过北京,这座古城有哪些地方可以 去游览。) Linda: Yes, I taught English in Beijing for one year. In Beijing, there are so many beautiful places to see. The Forbidden City should be your first choice. Selena: Oh, I see. 3 (告诉她你计划先去游览紫禁城,然后 再去颐和园,还有天坛。) Linda: You shouldn’t forget about the Great Wall. Selena: Certainly. 4 (表示登长城一直是梦寐以求的事情。) Linda: How long will you stay there? Selena: 5 (说你要待上一周时间。) 1) Linda, I’m going to visit Beijing this summer vacation. 2) Have you been to Beijing? What is there to see in the ancient city? 3) I do plan to see the Forbidden City first, and then the Summer Palace and the Temple of Heaven. 4) Climbing the Great wall is what I have been dreaming of. 5) I’II stay for a week. Back Unit | Six

  16. SECTION II Being All Ears Listen and Repeat Learning Sentences for Workplace Communication Listen and Match Listen and Translate Listen and Decode Handling a Dialogue Listen and Answer Listen and Complete Listen and Complete Understanding a Short Speech / Talk Listen and Match Listen and Answer

  17. SECTION IIBeing All Ears Learning Sentences for Workplace Communication Listen and Repeat 1 Listen to ten topic-related English sentences for workplace communication cross-referenced with their Chinese translation and try to remember them.

  18. Window on Key Words one-day tour 一日游 special 特别的 Back

  19. Listen and Match 2 Listen again to the above sentences rearranged in sequence, and then match them with their Chinese translation. 1) a. 我想买一件白衬衫。 2) b. 你穿多大号的? 3) c. 多少钱? 4) d. 你想买什么? 5) e. 我们有适合你穿的号,但没有你要的颜色。 6) f. 你们有一日游吗? 7) g. 暑假你打算去哪儿? 8) h. 你有特别想去看看的地方吗? 9) i. 这次旅行大约需要五个半小时。 10) j. 你会在那里待多久? b a e c d f j h i Back g

  20. Listen and Translate 3 Listen to ten topic-related English sentences for workplace communication and translate them into Chinese orally. 1) 听上去你的假期过得很好啊。 2) 我今年夏天打算去欧洲。 3) 我去观光了三天。 4) 北京是个古老的城市,是一个游览的好地方。 5) 我一直梦想去看看那里美丽的风景。 6) 我对这种电脑游戏很感兴趣。 7) 你要怎么付款? 8) 牛仔裤的款式这么多,我真的很难挑选。 9) 有什么问题吗? 10) 颜色不错。恐怕我穿太大了。有小号的吗? Back

  21. Script: 1) It sounds like you had a pretty good vacation. 2) I’m going to Europe this summer. 3) I went sightseeing for three days. 4) Beijing is an ancient city and a great place for sightseeing. 5) I’ve been dreaming of going to see the beautiful scenery there. 6) I’m interested in this computer game. 7) How will you pay for that? 8) It’s really hard for me to choose from so many styles of jeans. 9) What seems to be the problem? 10) The color is fine. But I’m afraid it’s too big for me. Do you have a smaller size? Back

  22. Handling a Dialogue Script Listen and Decode 4 Listen to a dialogue and decode the message by finding the correct choices in brackets according to what you have heard. Mr. Anderson is shopping at a department store. He wants to buy some 1 silk, pottery, jewelry. He asks the shop assistant for something a little 2 darker, brighter, lighter. The assistant shows him the design with blue and yellow 3 birds, cats, dogs. He likes the 4 color, size, designand wants to buy one and half meters for his 5 wife, sister, daughterto make a short-sleeved dress. It will cost him 6 one hundred and fourteen, one hundred and forty, one hundred and fouryuan. Back

  23. Script: Shop assistant: Good afternoon, sir. What can I do for you? Mr. Anderson: Can you show me some silk, real Chinese silk? Shop assistant: Certainly. How do you like this design? Mr. Anderson: Have you got anything brighter? Something more Chinese? Shop assistant: How about the design with blue and yellow birds? It’s a traditional design and the colors are bright. Mr. Anderson: Oh, it’s lovely and very Chinese. Is it pure silk? Shop assistant: Yes, one hundred percent pure silk. Mr. Anderson: How much do I need for a short-sleeved dress? It’s for my daughter. She’s about my height. Shop assistant: I think one and a half meters would be enough. Mr. Anderson: All right. Please let me have one and a half meters then. Shop assistant: That will be one hundred and forty yuan. Back Unit | Six

  24. Listen and Answer 5 Listen to the dialogue again and then answer the following questions orally. 1) What did Mr. Anderson want to buy? 2) What color did he want? 3) What design did the assistant show him? 4) How much did he buy for his daughter? 5) How much did he spend? Some real Chinese silk. Bright color. A design with blue and yellow birds. One and a half meters. One hundred and forty yuan. Back

  25. Listen and Complete 6 Listen to the dialogue for the last time and fill in the blanks according to what you have heard. Shop assistant: Good afternoon, sir. What can I do for you? Mr. Anderson: Can you show me some silk, 1 ______________? Shop assistant: Certainly. How do you like this design? Mr. Anderson: Have you got anything brighter? Something more Chinese? Shop assistant: How about the design with blue and yellow birds? 2 ____________________ and the colors are bright. Mr. Anderson: Oh, 3 _______________________. Is it pure silk? Shop assistant: Yes, one hundred percent pure silk. Mr. Anderson: How much do I need for a short-sleeve dress? 4 __________________. She’s about my height. Shop assistant: I think one and a half meters would be enough. Mr. Anderson: All right. Please let me have one and a half meters then. Shop assistant: 5 ____________________________________. real Chinese silk It’s a traditional design it’s lovely and very Chinese. It’s for my daughter. Back That will be one hundred and forty yuan. Unit | Six

  26. Understanding a Short Speech / Talk Listen and Complete 7 Listen to an announcement twice and during the second listening, put back the missing words in the blanks. Ladies and gentlemen, the captain has turned on the Fasten Seat Belt sign. Please take your 1 ___________ and fasten your seat belt. At this time, we request that all cell phones be turned off for the 2 ______ duration of the flight. We request that all other 3 ___________ devices be turned off until we fly above 10,000 feet. We will notify you when it is 4 _____ to use such devices. We 5 ______ you that this is a non-smoking flight. Smoking is not 6 ______ on the entire aircraft, including the lavatories. If you have any 7 _______ during our flight today, please don’t 8 _______ to ask one of our flight attendants. Thank you. seat full electronic safe allowed remind questions hesitate Back

  27. Listen and Match 8 Listen to the announcement again and match the incomplete statement in Column A with the choices in Column B. Column A Column B a. on an airplane b. on a bus c. on a train d. on a ship 1) The announcement i s made ______. a. read the instructions b. listen to him c. fasten their seat belts d. watch the video 2) The sign that the captain has turned on is to remind passengers to ______. Back

  28. Column A Column B a. computers b. cell phones c. radios d. MP3s 3) During the whole flight passengers have to turn off ______ a. there’re babies on board b. most passengers are against smoking c. smoke may activate the alarm d. it’s a non-smoking flight 4) Passengers are not allowed to smoke on the plane because ______. a. the captain b. flight attendants c. other passengers d. the engineers 5) When they have questions about the flight, passengers can turn to ______. Back

  29. Listen and Answer 9 Write out the general idea of the announcement in one paragraph by answering the following questions. 1) Who has turned on the Fasten Seat Belt sign and why? 2) What electronic device must be turned off for the full duration of the flight? The Captain has turned on the Fasten Seat Belt sign to remind the passengers to take theirs seats and fasten their seat belts. Cell phones must be turned off for the full duration of the flight. Back

  30. General idea Listen and Answer 9 Write out the general idea of the announcement in one paragraph by answering the following questions. 3) What kind of electronic devices can be turned on during the flight and when are the passengers allowed to do so? 4) Why is smoking not allowed on the flight? 5) Whom can passengers turn to for help if they have any questions during the flight? Other electronic devices are allowed to be turned on during the flight only when passengers are notified to do so. Smoking is not allowed because this is a non-smoking flight. Passengers can turn to flight attendants for help if they have any questions during the flight. Back

  31. General idea: The captain has turned on the Fasten Seat Belt sign to remind the passengers to take their seats and fasten their seat belts. Cell phones must be turned off for the full duration of the flight. Other electronic devices are allowed to be turned on during the flight only when they are notified to do so. This is a non-smoking flight, so no one is allowed to smoke on the plane. Passengers can turn to flight attendants for help if they have any questions during the flight. Back

  32. SECTION III Trying Your Hand Practicing Applied Writing Simulate and Create Write and Simulate Writing Sentences and Reviewing Grammar Write and Correct Mistakes Write and Apply Rules Write and Translate Write and Describe a Picture

  33. SECTION III Trying Your Hand Practicing Applied Writing Write and Simulate 1 Read the following two samples of instructions and learn to write your own. Back Unit | Six

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  35. Simulate and Create 2 Match the English expressions in Column A with the Chinese equivalents in Column B. Back

  36. 3 Read the following travel ad and find out the details. Canada Friendly Skiing on the snowy mountaintops, swimming in lakes, enjoying clean air and touring cities.) Travel agent or Holiday, Inc. (800-324-4839) Back

  37. Writing Sentences and Reviewing Grammar Present Participle and Past Participle Back Unit | Six

  38. Write and Apply Rules 4 Make correct choices of words or expressions given in brackets to complete the sentences. 1) There are a lot of fans ____________ (hoped, hoping) for a glimpse of the movie star. 2) The tourist ____________ (looking at, looked at) the map is a relative of my father. 3) People ____________ (lived, living) in cities can enjoy more of modern life. 4) Here is a notice ____________ (warned, warning) people not to litter the beach. 5) Computers ____________ (imported, importing) from abroad are usually more expensive. hoping looking at living warning imported Back

  39. Write and Apply Rules 4 Make correct choices of words or expressions given in brackets to complete the sentences. 6) People ____________ (wishing, wished) to go on the tour have to book in advance. 7) Do you hear a man ____________ (talked with, talking with) your brother in the living room? 8) Those houses ____________ (pulled down, pulling down) were built thirty years ago. 9) The devices ____________ (using, used) by advertisers to gain people’s attention seem to be effective. 10) Most of the people ____________ (invited, inviting) to the reception are old friends of mine. wishing talking with pulled down used invited Back

  40. Write and Correct Mistakes 5 Correct the errors in the following sentences. 1) He is reading a book calling The Way of All Flesh. 2) Engines are machines produced power or motion. 3) You’d better not wake up the sleep baby. 4) She wants to buy a ready-make dress. 5) A losing opportunity never returns. calling → called produced → producing sleep → sleeping ready make → ready made losing → lost Back

  41. Write and Correct Mistakes 5 Correct the errors in the following sentences. 6) There were twenty people injuring in the accident. 7) The language speaking in that African country is French. 8) He thought something excited had happened. 9) Many products making from crude oil (原油) are now in daily use. 10) Animals can do many amaze things when properly trained. injuring → injured speaking → spoken excited → exciting making → made amaze → amazing Back

  42. Write and Translate 6 Translate the following sentences into English. 1) 昨天讨论的问题十分重要。 2) 他是一个举止得体的人。 3) 已经养成的习惯很难改变。 4) 主席宣读了一份预先准备好的声明。 The question discussed yesterday is of great importance. He is a well-behaved man. The established customs are difficult to change. The chairman read out a prepared statement. Back

  43. Write and Translate 6 Translate the following sentences into English. 5) 孩子们更喜欢由橘汁、糖和水制成的饮料。 6) 他得在规定的时间内做出决定。 7) 我们将在下次会议上讨论他提出的计划。 8) 你认识在台上唱歌的那个女孩吗? Children prefer the drink made of orange juice, sugar and water. He has to make a decision within a given period. We’ll discuss the plan put up by him at the next meeting. Do you know the girl singing on the stage? Back

  44. Write and Describe a Picture 7 Write a short passage of about 100 words to tell a story related to the picture given. Some useful words and phrases are provided to help you. The title of your passage is “Mary Enjoys Shopping in China”. Back

  45. Key: Mary Enjoys shopping in China I have an American friend whose name is Mary. We often go shopping together. Mary enjoys shopping in China at big department stores. She likes wandering from one department to another, looking at the various articles on the counters, from umbrellas to gloves, from fancy goods to books, from clothes to shoes. Today, we are going to buy some stationery at the big stationery shop near our college. Mary needs some airmail envelopes, writing pads, and a couple of batteries for her walkman. I would like a bottle of glue, a box of paper clips, a stapler and two rolls of films. I enjoy going shopping with her because I can do something for her: I am her shopping guide. Back Unit | Six

  46. SECTION IV Maintaining a Sharp Eye PASSAGE II PASSAGE I Information Related to the Reading Passage Information Related to the Reading Passage Text Text Language Points Language Points Read and Think Read and Judge Read and Complete Read and Translate Read and Translate Read and Rewrite Read and Simulate

  47. SECTION IV Maintaining a Sharp Eye Information Related to the Reading Passage From the first World Expo held in London in 1851, the World Expos have been held successively for many years. In 1933, World Expo Chicago set up its theme, and then the following expos also had their special themes. Back

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  50. PASSAGE I How to “Survive” the Shanghai Expo An Overseas Visitor’s Personal Experience My aunt in Vancouvershared a wise Chinese saying recently: “If you don’t go to the Shanghai Expo, you will regret it. If you go to the Shanghai Expo, you will regret it even more.” I laughed. There is a lot of truth to the statement. For the price of an admissionticket to the Expo, you will get to witness a great human accomplishment: Over 200 architecturallycutting-edge national pavilions in a 4-km2 exhibition site. At the same time, you will get to witness and experience the exhausting 4 or 5 hours’ long queuing lines. But contraryto my aunt’s advice, you can go to the Expo and still have a good time. In addition, don’t just visit Shanghai for the Expo. Shanghai is a dynamic, modern, international city — the “city of the future” — and it is really worth breakingup your Expo visit with trips to the Bund, to Nanjing East Road, to ultra-modern Pudong, maybe even neighboring Hangzhou and Suzhou. Believe me: the Expo itself will wear you out after Day One. And if you’ve been to Shanghai many times already and have seen all these sights, then use the rest of your time to do the one thing Shanghai is best known for: shopping, shopping, shopping. 1 2 Unit | Six