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  Unit 5 Nightlife

  夜 生 活

  Part One: Expressions

  1. Do you have any tickets for the show tonight?


  2. I’m sorry. It’s sold out.


  3. What time does it start?


  4. Where is section A located?


  5. What do you recommend?


  6. I’ll have a tall expresso with soy milk and cinnamon sprinkles, please.


  7. Do you serve any draft beer?


  8. I’d like to make a reservation for two at eight o’clock.


  9. Can I take your order?


  10. What are the odds?


  Part Two: Dialogues

  1.Tickets 买票

  A: Hi, do you have any tickets for the show tonight?

  B: Sorry, it’s all sold out.

  A: Well, do you have any for tomorrow?

  B: We have tickets for the matinee. It starts at 3p.m.

  A: Ok. I’ll take it.

  B: Where would you like to sit?

  A: Do you have anything in the middle section? I want a good view, but sitting too close hurts my eyes.

  B: Certainly.

  A: 你好,今晚的演出还有票卖吗?

  B: 对不起,卖完了。

  A: 那么,明天的呢?

  B: 我们有日场的票卖,下午3点钟开始。

  A: 好的,我买(日场)。

  B: 您想坐在什么地方?

  A: 有中间的座位吗?我想视觉效果好一点,但坐得太近又伤眼睛。

  B: 有的。

  2. Order 点菜

  A: Are you ready to order?

  B: Yes, I’ll have the Texas chili burger.

  A: Would you like fries with that?

  B: A large, with tons of ketchup.

  A: And to drink?

  B: I’ll have a diet coke, please.

  A: Is this dine-in or take-out?

  B: Take-out, please.

  A: 您可以点菜了吗?

  B: 可以了。我要点德州辣汉堡。

  A: 要薯片吗?

  B: 大号薯片,多加点番茄酱。

  A: 喝什么饮料呢?

  B: 要一个低糖可乐。

  A: 在这里吃还是打包带走?

  B: 打包带走。

  3.Gambling 赌球

  A: I can’t believe it!

  B: What’s wrong? That was a great goal.

  A: Yes, but I bet $200 dollars on the Cougars!

  B: Looks like you’re going to lose out on this game then.

  A: I can’t believe it! I thought the Cougars were going to win for sure.

  B: What were the odds?

  A: 20 to 1, in favour of the Cougars!

  B: Too bad.

  A: 我简直无法相信!

  B: 怎么了?这可是个好球。

  A: 不错,可是我可花了200元赌美洲豹队赢。

  B: 那这场比赛你可要输了。

  A: 我真不能相信。我开始可是认为美洲豹肯定赢的。

  B: 赌了多少钱?

  A: 一注20元,支持美洲豹队。

  B: 真够惨的。

  Part Three: Substitutions

  1. A: Do you have any tickets for the (show/ game/ concert) tonight?

  B: Sorry, we’re sold out.



  2. A: What time (does it start/ is intermission/ does it finish)?

  B: At eight o’clock.



  3. A: Where is (section B/ seat 42F/ the exit) located?

  B: This way, please.



  4. A: What can I get for you?

  B: Do you serve any (draft beer/ snacks/ hot food)?



  5. A: What (wine/ pasta/ dessert) do you recommend?

  B: This one is excellent.



  6. A: Can I take your order?

  B: I’ll have a (roast beef sandwich on rye/ lamb / hamburger, well-done), please.



  7. A: Do you have any seats left?

  B: I’m sorry. We (are sold out/ only have stand-by tickets/ only have balcony seats).



  8. A: Smith Steakhouse. Can I help you?

  B: Yes, I’d like to make a reservation for (two at eight o’clock/ six at seven thirty/ three at a quarter to nine).


  好的。我想预订一张(八点钟的两人台/ 7点30的六人台/ 8点45的三人台)。

  9. A: Can I see your (ticket/ I.D.*/ driver’s license), please?

  B: Here you are.



  10. A: Where would you prefer to sit?

  B: I’d like to sit (in the front/ by the window/ in the smoking section).



  Part Four: Monologue

  “Unlike in other parts of the world, it is both customary and expected for customers to tip the servers when going out to restaurants, bars, and coffee shops in America. At most places, servers don’t get paid usual wages. Rather, they take home their daily tips as a salary. The average tip that each customer must pay is about 20% of the bill, depending on the service and on the quality of the restaurant. If paying with a credit card, the customer writes the tip in the space below the cost of the meal and then adds it into the total payment. If paying in cash, the customer first pays the server the price of the meal and then leaves the tip on the table before exiting the restaurant.”



  Unit 4 Traveling

  旅 游

  Part One: Expressions

  1. Where’s the nearest tourist information center?


  2. What’s the best way to get to the museum?


  3. What time does it close?


  4. Can you recommend a good hotel?


  5. I’d like a window seat, please.


  6. Is the flight leaving on time?


  7. What’s the gate number?


  8. What time are we boarding?


  9. Is there an entrance fee?


  10. Do you have any information about the river cruise?


  Part Two: Dialogues

  1. Tourist Information 游客信息(咨询)

  A: Excuse me.

  B: Yes?

  A: Do you have any information about the city sights?

  B: Sure. There’s a lot here in this pamphlet.

  A: Thank you. And what’s the best way to get downtown?

  B: Take the subway. It’s $1.50 per ride. You can buy a metro card at the station.

  A: You’ve been very helpful.

  B: My pleasure.

  A: 打扰一下。

  B: 什么事?

  A: 关于市区观光有没有信息可以提供?

  B: 当然有。这本小册子里面有很多介绍。

  A: 谢谢。去商业中心怎么走最好?

  B: 坐地铁。单程是1.5美元。你可以在地铁站买到地铁卡。

  A: 你帮了我的大忙。

  B: 很乐意为你服务。

  2. Traveling by Plane飞机旅行

  A: Can I see your ticket please?

  B: Here you are.

  A: Ok, Mr. Smith. Do you have any bags to check?

  B: Just this one.

  A: And would you prefer a window seat or an aisle seat?

  B: Aisle, please.

  A: Boarding time is 10:20am.

  B: What’s the gate number?

  A: Gate 29C. Have a nice flight.

  A: 您的票呢?

  B: 给你。

  A: 哦,史密斯先生,你有什么行李要托运的吗?

  B: 就这一个。

  A: 你想要一个靠窗的位子,还是靠过道的。

  B: 靠过道的。

  A: 登机时间是上午10点20分。

  B: 在几号门?

  A: 29C。祝您航程愉快。

  3. Hotels 酒店

  A: Can I help you?

  B: Yes, do you have any rooms available?

  A: A single?

  B: No. I need a double and three triples. My family is waiting for me in the car.

  A: Please fill out this form, sir.

  B: Ok…Here you are.

  A: Here are your keys. Check out time is noon.

  B: Is breakfast included?

  A: No.

  A: 我能为您效劳吗?

  B: 是的,你们还有房间吗?

  A: 单人间吗?

  B: 不是,我需要一个双人间和三个三人间。我家人在车里等我。

  A: 请填一下这张表,先生。

  B: 好的。给你。

  A: 这是钥匙。退房时间是中午。

  B: 包早餐吗?

  A: 不包括在内。

  Part Three: Substitutions

  1. A: Do you have any information about (city sights/ transportation/ hotel rooms)?

  B: Sure, it’s all in this pamphlet.



  2. A: Can you tell me the best way to get to (downtown/ the theater/ the river)?

  B: Take bus No. 4.



  3. A: You’ve been very (helpful/ kind/ considerate).

  B: My pleasure.

  你(帮了我的忙/真好/ 想得真周到)。


  4. A: Do you have any form of identification?

  B: Here’s my (passport/ driver’s license/ member’s card).



  5. A: Any seat preferences?

  B: Yes, I’d like (a window/ a middle/ an aisle) seat, please.



  6. A: When do we (board/ depart/ arrive)?

  B: At 6:49pm.



  7. A: Have a nice (flight/ trip/ time)!

  B: See you!



  8. A: Do you have a (single/ double/ triple) room available?

  B: For how many nights?



  9. A: Is (breakfast/ tip/ laundry service) included?

  B: No.



  10. A: Any other questions?

  B: When is (check-out time/ breakfast finished/ the karaoke room open)?



  Part Four: Monologue

  “Traveling involves so much stress! Preparation is especially hard - trying to arrange the transportation, accommodation, and time off from work. Packing isn’t easy. How can you possibly know everything you may or may not need in a place that’s largely unknown to you? Assuming you ever reach your destination, you have to communicate with people who often don’t speak your language and you have to navigate your way around an area you have no idea about. How are you supposed to relax under such conditions? And all that money you’re spending! For what? I don’t get it at all.”

  --George Threadborne, disgruntled traveler



  Unit 6 Holidays

  假 期

  Part One: Expressions

  1. What are you up to?


  2. I’m just going to take it easy.


  3. I have the day off.


  4. Do you have any plans?


  5. Can I check this book out?


  6. Who is the author of that book?


  7. Do you have any books by this author?


  8. When is it due back?


  9. It’s such an exquisite painting.


  10. How much is it worth?


  Part Two: Dialogues

  1.Plans 安排

  A: Hey, Ted. What are you up to this Friday?

  B: Well, I have the day off from work.

  A: That’s great! Do you have any plans?

  B: Well, I’ve been working so hard lately, so I’ll probably just take it easy.

  A: Sounds nice.

  B: Yeah, I’ll probably just stay in and relax. Maybe watch a few movies.

  A: Can I stop by?

  B: Sure. Any time.

  A: 嘿,特德。这个星期五你去哪里?

  B: 哦,我不用上班。

  A: 太棒了。有什么计划吗?

  B: 哦,这段时间我一直拼命工作。我可能只想放松放松。

  A: 不错嘛!

  B: 是呀,我可能就呆在家里轻松一下。可能看几场电影。

  A: 我顺道来玩一玩好吗?

  B: 当然,随时欢迎。

  2.Borrow books 借书

  A: Can I help you?

  B: Yes, I’m doing some research on Roman civilization. Do you have any books on the subject?

  A: These books over here are about ancient history. They might be helpful.

  B: Can I check this one out?

  A: I’m sorry. It’s for reference only, so it must stay in the library. But you’re welcome to look through it.

  B: Ok. And I’d like to check these books out.

  A: All right. They’re due back next Wednesday.

  B: Thanks for your help.

  A: 我能为您效劳吗?

  B: 我在做一些关于罗马文明方面的研究,这方面有没有什么书?

  A: 这里的这些书是关于古代历史的。可能有些帮助。

  B: 这本可以外借吗?

  A: 对不起,这本只是参考书,不能外借。但是你可以查阅。

  B: 好吧。我想借这些书。

  A: 好的。归还期限是下个星期三。

  B: 谢谢你的帮忙。

  3.In the museum 在展览馆

  A: Wow! I can’t believe I’m standing here!

  B: What are you so excited about?

  A: I’m standing in front of an exquisite work of art!

  B: What’s the big deal? It’s just a picture of some woman.

  A: I’ve seen it so many times in books, but I never imagined I’d get to see it in person.

  B: There are tons of other paintings that I think are better.

  A: Maybe so, but do you have any idea how much this one is worth?!

  B: No, how much is it worth?

  A: About 80 million dollars.

  B: Whoah.


  B: 你怎么如此兴奋。

  A: 我可是站在一副精美的艺术作品前面。

  B: 这又有什么了不起。只是某位女士的肖像画而已。

  A: 我在书本上看到很多次。但没想到可以亲眼见到。

  B: 我想比这好的不计其数。

  A: 可能是的。但是你知道这幅画值多少钱吗?

  B: 不知道,值多少钱?

  A: 大概8千万元。

  B: 哇。

  Part Three: Substitutions Drills

  1. A: What are you up to?

  B: I’m (taking it easy/ relaxing/ staying in tonight).



  2. A: Do you have any plans?

  B: I’m going to (watch movies/ read a book/ wash my bicycle).



  3. A: Sounds (nice/ exciting/ thrilling).

  B: You’re welcome to join me if you want.



  4. A: I’ve been so (busy/ stressed out/ overwhelmed) lately.

  B: You should take it easy.



  5. A: Can I check this (book/ encyclopedia/ audiotape) out?

  B: I’m sorry. It’s for reference only.



  6. A: When is this book due back?

  B: It’s due back (next Tuesday/ a week from Friday/ in three days).



  7. A: Do you have any books on (cars/ fish/ European economic conditions)?

  B: These might be helpful.



  8. A: I’m sorry, sir. No (eating/ drinking/ using mobile phones) in the library.

  B: Please forgive me.



  9. A: It’s such (a beautiful/ an exquisite/ a lifelike) statue.*

  B: I agree.



  10. A: How much is it worth?

  B: I’d guess around ($20,000/ $4,801,199/ $2.7 million).



  Part Four: Monologue

  “Almost everyone knows the painting, Mona Lisa, but not everyone knows of its bizarre history. It was sold to the king of France, and later Napoleon hung it in his own bedroom. Then, in 1911, it was stolen from the Louvre by an Italian man. Apparently, he simply put the painting under his shoulder and walked out the front door. Museum attendants didn’t even notice the painting was missing until a day or so later. The Mona Lisa turned up after about a year and a half in the shop of an antique dealer in Italy. The man who had stolen the painting wanted it back in the artist’s home country and, after his mission accomplished, he was seen as a national hero by many. Italian authorities then returned it to the Louvre Museum, where it now hangs behind bullet proof glass.”


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