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商务英语 Unit 3 Travel. 教材:新视野商务英语(上). Unit 3 Travel. Objectives Key vocabulary Lead-in Language focus Skills Business communication Homework. Objectives. When the learners finish learning this unit, they should be able to providing information on travel collecting information on travel

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Unit 3 travel

商务英语Unit 3 Travel


Unit 3 travel1
Unit 3 Travel

  • Objectives

  • Key vocabulary

  • Lead-in

  • Language focus

  • Skills

  • Business communication

  • Homework


When the learners finish learning this unit, they should be able to

  • providing information on travel

  • collecting information on travel

  • arrangement on business trip

Language focus
Language focus

  • Present continuous for future: fixed arrangements

  • Pronunciation: contractions of to be


  • Writing: faxes

  • Reading: The Japanese in Britain

  • Listening: international travel

Key vocabulary
Key vocabulary

1.itinerary: a plan of a journey 旅行计划

2.colleague: someone who works in the same place

e.g. May I introduce one of my colleagues at the bank?


~ events: 文化活动

~ diversity: 文化多样性

~ differences= culture gap 文化差异

culture shock: 文化冲击


~ science

~ services 社会福利事业

socialism; society; socialist


  • Conference

  • customs


  • What does the woman do?


    2.What is she doing?


    3.Where is she from?


    4.Where is she going?


She is in adverstizing.

She is planning a trip

She is from the UK

She is going to Poland.

Present continuous for future



We use the present continuous to talk about fixed future arrangements.


e.g. We’re meeting colleagues from the Madrid office on Monday.

I’m not visiting the offices in Athens on this trip.

Are they flying to Heathrow?


Contraction of to be in the present continuous

1.I’m going to Poland in July. (I am)

2.You’re speaking first at the Business Conference. (You are)

3. This department’s responsible for account. (It is)

4.We’re meeting at 1 o’clock in the restaurant. (We are)

5.They’re looking for someone with good communication skills. (They are)


Read paragraphs 1-4 of the article and answer the questions.

1.How many Japanese work in Britain?


2. What is Masami Sato’s job title?


3. Does Masami Sato like living and working in London? Why/ why not?



Office lady

Yes, she does. She likes the parks and green fields.

She is on a scheme to give office ladies overseas experience.

4. Why is she going home?


5. What are her job opportunities in London?


6. When is she going home?


7. Does she want to go home? Why/ why not?


She has no job opportunities in London; she can’t be promoted.

She is going back to Japan next year.

No, she doesn’t. Because there are few amusements and no

opportunity to relax.

Presentation and listening experience.

Collocation exercise: ways of making, accepting and declining offers

  • 1. Explain the situation to the class. Make sure they understand that they are organizing a visitor’s free time and arrangements.

  • 2. Ask students to think about ways in which they could help a visitor to their company. Match the verbs to the nouns.

  • 3. Play the recording for the first time for them to check the collocations.

  • 4. Read the message.

  • 5. Play the recording again and ask learners to complete the notes.

Business communication: experience.


  • Introducing someone:

  • I’d like to introduce you to Senor lglesias.

  • Mr Brown, this is Ms Barty.

  • Responding to an introducation:

  • How do you do?

  • Pleased to meet you.

  • Introducing yourself:

  • How do you do?

  • I’m John Smith.

Homework: experience.

  • What two uses do you know for the present continuous tense?

  • Think of five countries and name the nationality for each country.

  • From the reading article in this unit, what do the Japanese think of Britain?

  • What do you say when you meet someone for the first time?