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Lesson18. Wait ! Don’t Eat Yet!. 社会 有礼貌地 礼貌;方式;方法 尤其;特别 如果不;除非 叉子 提供 永远 行动;扮演 比较 他 / 他 / 它们的. custom tablecloth rude toothpick Spaghetti sauce. 习惯 ; 习俗;风俗 桌布;台布 粗鲁的 ; 粗野的 牙签 意大利面条 调味汁;酱. society politely polite manner especially unless fork serve forever act

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Lesson18

Wait ! Don’t Eat Yet!

society politely polite manner especially unless fork serve forever act compare their

社会

有礼貌地

礼貌;方式;方法

尤其;特别

如果不;除非

叉子

提供

永远

行动;扮演

比较

他/他/它们的

custom

tablecloth

rude

toothpick

Spaghetti

sauce

习惯;习俗;风俗

桌布;台布

粗鲁的;粗野的

牙签

意大利面条

调味汁;酱

society

politely

polite manner

especially

unless

fork

serve

forever

act

compare

their

new words

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Read fast:

All societies have customs

about how to eat _______.

In English ,we call these

customs “________________”

politely

table manners

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read carefully and answer:

F

1.In China,if you drop something on the tablecloth, you usually pick it up.

2.In Canada, if your guests have no food on their plates, you put food on the guests’ plates

3 In Canada,you should not finish everything on your plate, it means that you haven’t had enough to eat.

4.In North America,it’s not polite to use one’s own knife,fork or spoon to serve food

5.In Canada, nobody has a knife at the table.

F

F

T

F

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Leave it there

Don’t pick it up

Pick it up Put it on the plate It’s ok to eat it

Pass food to guests, don’t usually put food on plates.

Putting food on their plates is polite.

Should not. It means you haven’t had enough.

It means you like the food.

With their own chopsticks

It’s not polite to use one’s own...

Usually every has a knife.

Nobody has a knife.

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Talking the manners :

Whether are they rude or not?

1.Put your elbows on the table

2. Talk when you have food in your mouth

3. Use a toothpick at the table

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picks up

  • Xu Li, with his friends,_________ waste paper in the park every Sunday. (拾起)
  • It’s ____ to say “please” when you ask for something.(礼貌)
  • It’s interesting to learn the _____(习俗)
  • Susan will not arrive at the airport on time___she hurries up.

A. Once B. if c. when D. unless

polite

customs

D

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5.Compare your answers___those at the back of the book to see if they are right.
  • About B. of C. to D. with

6. Don’t worry. She can look after your pet__.

  • careful enough B. enough careful

C.carefully enough D.enough carefully

D

C