Unit12 Culture shock Warm-up & Reading. Which of the Key Words in the box do you associate with countries in the photos?. USA. Britain. Australia. Food. barbecues fish and chips hamburgers hot dogs kangaroo, steaks roast beef. Australia Britain USA USA Australia Britain.
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Warm-up & Reading
Which of the Key Words in the box do you associate with countries in the photos?
fish and chips
World Trade Centre
the River Thames
the Statue of Liberty
Sydney Opera House
the Great Barrier Reef
1. Listen to three people taking. Which country are they from?
1. How many countries does the UK consist of? A. two B. three C. four
2. How long does it take to fly from Beijing to London?
A. About six hours B. About four hours C. About sixteen hours
3. Who rules the country: the prime Minister or the Queen? A.The Queen B. The prime Minister C. both
4. What are the provinces called in England? A. counties B. departments C. provinces
The Republic of Ireland
*Read the passage and finish Ex. 2 on P36.
1. You can only eat English food in London.
2. Aunt Mei is visiting for one week.
3. You don’t always need to leave a tip after a meal in a restaurant.
4. Some British mushrooms aren’t safe to eat.
6. There are many Chinese restaurants in Britain.
7. Most British people are friendly.
8. It is always foggy in London.
can’t help, dislike, avoid, consider, finish, suggest, deny, give up, imagine, put off, risk, mind, keep, miss, enjoy, can’t stand, fancy, admit, delay
decide, refuse, learn, ask, tell, fail, choose, promise, expect, wish, intend, manage, pretend, agree, help, arrange, afford, plan, would like/ love/ prefer, persuade, seem, appear, offer, attempt
1) begin, start, continue, intend
He started to build/building his own laboratory when he was only 14.
2) hate, like, love, prefer
I hatedriving alone on a long journey.
= Driving alone on a long journey is something I don’t enjoy.
remember to do something
= You remember that you have to do something later.
remember doing something
= You remember that you did something earlier.
= You feel sorry before you do something.
regret doing something
= You do something and then feel sorry about it.
= You interrupt an activity in order to do something else.
stop doing something
= You are doing something and then you interrupt this activity.
= You make an effort to do something.
try doing something
= You do something to find out if it produces a result you want.
2. I found ________ to answer all the questions within the time given． A. no possibility B. there was impossibility C. Impossible D. it impossible
3. The students expected there _____ more reviewing classes before the final exams． A. is B. being C. have been D. to be
4. You’re going to England next year. You should now practise ______ English as much as possible. A. speak B. to speak C. speaking D. Speak about
5. If we don’t start out now, we must risk ______ the train. A. miss B. missing C. being missed D. to miss
6. There is no point ___further. A. argue B. to argue C. arguing D. being arguing
7. Nowhere in nature is aluminum found free, owing to its always __with other elements, most commonly with oxygen. A. combined B. having combined C. combine D. being combined
8. They stopped ___, but now I’m getting interested. A. listening B. to listen C. listen D. having listening
9. I am sorry to hear that you resorted ___.A. to cheat B. to cheating C. cheating D. cheat
10. He wasn’t asked to take on the chairmanship of the society, ___ insufficiently popular with all members. A. being considered B. considering. C. to be considered D. having considered
Work in groups and write advice for a foreigner visiting Beijing. Use the following words and the verbs in this lesson to help you.
weather, accommodation, differences, eating out, money, telephones, travel