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Introduction of Email. 1. Related information about emails. 2.The tasks of these two classes. BS. big smile. NOYB. none of your business. 4ever. forever. TTYL. talk to you later. BFN. bye for now. FTTB. for the time being. CWYL. chat with you later. IYSS. if you say so. LTNS.

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Introduction of email

Introduction of Email

1. Related information about emails

2.The tasks of these two classes


Email information on internet

BS

big smile

NOYB

none of your business

4ever

forever

TTYL

talk to you later

BFN

bye for now

FTTB

for the time being

CWYL

chat with you later

IYSS

if you say so

LTNS

long time no see

BBN

bye bye now

4U

For you

BBL

be back later

Email information on Internet


The tasks

The tasks

1. Fellow the samples

2. Act Out

3. Put in Use

4. Learn how to translate an Email


Introduction of email

Follow the Samples

SampleOne

Sample Two


Introduction of email

Sample 1

Talking About Abbreviations Used Online

Li=Li Hong

M=Mike

Li: What are you doing tonight?

M: Chatting online.

Li: Again?

M: I really enjoy chatting with friends online. It’s such a

good way to communicate with each other.

Li: Yes, but I am confused when I come across some

abbreviations. I don’t know what they all mean.


Introduction of email

Sample 1

Talking About Abbreviations Used Online

M: I can tell you some. If someone writes “4ever”, it

means “forever”, “BFN” means “bye for now”, “BS”

means “big smile”, “FTTB” means “for the time being”,

and so on.

Li: I see. How interesting! Now I can guess what these

abbreviations might mean.

M: I know quite a lot of these abbreviations. If you like,

I can tell you more.

Li: Yes, I will be grateful if you can tell me more.


Introduction of email

Sample 1

Talking About Abbreviations Used Online

M: “CWYL” means “chat with you later”, “LTNS”

means “long time no see”, “IYSS” means “if you

say so”, “NOYB” means “None of your business”.

Li: Oh, really. I remember I ran once into “TTYL” while

chatting with somebody online. Let me have a guess.

Does it mean “talk to you later”?

M: That’s right. You are really smart.


Introduction of email

Sample 2

New Slang Joins Internet Talk

L=Li Li

P=Paul

L: Anything interesting in the paper today?

P: Let me have a look. Well, there is one article about

new slang.

L: Really! What does it say?

P: New slang has been invented in recent years by

students, especially as students get access to

Internet and chat online.

L: What are the details?

P: Chinese students often use “Jituo” (寄托) or “GT”,

meaning spiritual matter on campus or after

graduation. Here “G” implies “GRE” and “T” implies

“TOEFL”.


Introduction of email

Sample 2

New Slang Joins Internet Talk

P=Paul

L=Li Li

L: How interesting. Go on please.

P: From Internet influence comes “@ group” or “net worm”,

a way to describe Internet addicts.

L: That’s quite vivid.

P: “Goodbye” is usually put into “886” in the Chinese

pronunciation or “3166” as the Japanese Bye-bye.

L: I think this sort of slang also shows our attitude toward

society and how our lives are influenced by it.

P: Absolutely.  


Introduction of email

Act Out

Task One

Task Two

Task Three

This is my card.

Task Four

Please call me Dick

Task Five


Introduction of email

Task Two

A: How was your summer holiday?

B: It was great. I surfed the Internet a lot.

A: The Internet? So you were often online.

B: True. I spent all my spare time surfing the Internet. I'm

absolutely keen on it. It’s so exciting.

Task:Discuss with your friend your own experience of

chatting online.


Introduction of email

Task One

Here is a group of short dialogues. Follow the examples to make more conversations with your partner.

A: Chatting online seems like fun. Have you ever tried it?

B: I recently have!

A:How do you feel about it?

B: I just love it. It’s the most exiting thing I’ve ever done.

Task:Discuss with your friend your own experience of

surfing(冲浪) the Internet.


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Task Three

A: You really go online a lot, don’t you? Every time I see

you, you're in the middle of browsing the Internet.

B: Yeah, I really love browsing it.

A: I am curious about this. What’s so exciting about it?

B: What I love about it is that it’s so relaxing. Without

going anywhere at all, you get to enter a completely

different world. You can leave your own world behind,

and go somewhere else.

Task: Discuss with your friend about your experience of

going online.


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Task Four

A: Hi, Susan! I am reading an email from Tom.

B: Are you “Anything exciting”?

A: I don’t know the meaning of “planting strawberries” ?

B: Oh, it comes from Taiwan campus, meaning lovers

kissing each other.

Task:Discuss with your friend some slang words used

in your emails.


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Task Five

A: Hi, Hilary, who are you chatting with?

B: A boy from Hong Kong named “Run”. But I have no idea

about the word “GNBLFY” he used.

A: Neither do I. Let’s make a guess.

B: Mm, let me see. Oh, it might mean “Got nothing but love

for you”.

Task: Talk with your friend about the meaning of a new slang

you’ve come across in your email message.


Introduction of email

Put in Use

Put in Use

Exercise 1

Exercise 2


Introduction of email

Exercise 1

1. Imagine you and Jane from the UK are classmates.

You are talking about chatting online. Fill in the

blanks according to the Chinese version provided.


Introduction of email

Exercise 1

You: 1 _____________________________________________

(网上聊天似乎很有趣, 你试过吗?)

Jane: I recently have!

You: 2 _________________________ (你觉得怎么样?)

Jane: I just love it. It’s the most exciting thing I’ve ever done.

Chatting online looks like fun. Have you ever tried it?

How do you feel about it ?


Introduction of email

Exercise 1

You: 3 _________________________? (真的吗?怎么有趣?)

Jane: By chatting with keypals (键友), you can know a lot of new

friends. Also, you can learn many funny abbreviations.

You: 4 ____________________________? (你能列举一些吗?)

Jane: For example, “YTTT”means “You are telling the truth?”,

“YNK”means “You never know,” ”YOYO”means “You‘re on

your own.”

You: 5 ___________________________________________.

(真有趣! 我应该找时间试试。)

Jane: Yes, you should.

Oh, really? What’s the fun of it

Wow, can you name some of them

How interesting! I should find some time to try it


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Exercise 2

=Mr. Smith

=You

2. Imagine you and Walter are studying in the same

university. You are meeting him on the campus

and talking with him about the Internet. Play your

role according to the clues given in the brackets.


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Exercise 2

A: 1 ( 询问对方是否真的经常上网。)

_______________________________

Every time I see you, you’re in the middle of browsing

Internet.

B: Yeah, 2 (表示真的很喜欢上网。)

 ________________________________.

A: I am curious about this. What’s so exciting about it?

B: 3 (说明上网可以使你进入一个完全不同的世界。)

___________________________________________.

I really do love browsing the Internet

You really go online a lot, don’t you?

You get to enter a completely different world without

going anywhere at all


Introduction of email

Exercise 2

A: What can you do with the Internet then?

B: Well, you can do many things.

4 (说明最有趣的是可以网上购物。)

________________________________________________.

A: That’s exciting.

B: 5 (说明最有趣的例子是虚拟汽车展厅。)

_______________________________________________. 

A: 6 (询问人们能在那里做些什么。)

__________________________ ?

B: Using the computer, you can even simulate-ride the

new car you want to buy, experience driving it and then

buy it.

The most interesting thing that you can do is shopping online

The most stimulating example is the virtual car showrooms

So what can people do there


Introduction of email

Data Bank

Here is the Data Bank. Practice these patterns and expressions

for talking about Internet communication.  

Internet Phone (IP)网络电话  

Internet paging网上寻呼  

Internet chat网上聊天  

computer dating service电脑交友服务  

email address电子邮件地址  

computer document电脑文件  

Internet account因特网账户  

user’s name用户名  

domain name域名  

AFAIK (As Far As I Know)据我所知  

BF (Boy Friend)男朋友  


Introduction of email

Data Bank

FUQ (Frequently Unanswered Questions)经常无人回答的问题  

FYI (For Your Information)仅供参考

KISS (Keep It Simple, Stupid)把它看简单些,傻瓜  

LOL (Laughing Out Loudly)放声大笑  

PEM (Privacy Enhanced Mail)保密邮件  

PMJI (Pardon My Jumping In)请原谅我插入  

RIYP (Reply If You Please)请答复  

ROTFL (Rolling On The Floor Laughing)捧腹大笑  


Read and simulate

Read and Simulate

From: Mail Administrator

Date: 2002/11/4 14:36

To: [email protected]

Subject: Mail System Error “Returned Mail

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This message was undeliverable due to the following reason:

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<[email protected]>

Please reply to [email protected]

if you feel this message to be in error.


Simulate and create

Simulate and Create

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日 期: 2002年11月5日13:46

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