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All used in English words---New concept English--Lesson five--Nice to meet you  

2017-02-06 16:02:39|  分类: 全英文 新概念英 |  标签: |举报 |字号 订阅

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http://www.lizhi.fm/1991506/2581123326873911302    新概念英语 Lesson 9  A new dress.

http://www.lizhi.fm/1991506/2579827582485904902        新概念英语 Lesson 7  Are you a teacher?
http://www.lizhi.fm/1991506/2578535012077252102     新概念英语 Lesson 5  Nice to meet you.
http://www.lizhi.fm/1991506/2577280394149525510    新概念英语 Lesson 3  Sorry sir
http://www.lizhi.fm/1991506/2575762307892599814     新概念英语Lesson 1  Excuse me   

Hello, Boys and girls. The title of our lesson today is" Nice to meet you." It's a story abut a new student. Let's look at the text and I will give you a question before we read the text.  Is Chang-woo Chinese?  

The video link is

http://m.video.1kejian.com/foreign/brand/2489/

First part:  Watch the video. and after that, please answer the question:  Is Chang-woo Chinese?  

Lesson five ----Nice to meet you

Good morning.  Good morning, Mr. Blake.  This is Miss Sophie Dupont.   Sophie is a new student.  She is French.  Sophie, this is Hans.   He is German.  Nice to meet you.   And this is Naoko.   She's Japanese.  Nice to meet you.   And this is Chang-woo.   He's Korean.   Nice to meet you.   And this is Luming.   He is Chinese.   Nice to meet you.   She's Chinese, too.   Nice to meet you.   

So now can you answer this question?   Is Chang-woo Chinese?  No, he isn't. He is Korean.  

The second part: Let’s have a look at the key words and expressions in this lesson.

Good morning     nice     meet     student

The third part: Let’s have a look at the language points of this lesson or

Let's have a look at the expression included in this lesson.

First one---- Good morning.  

Its a common greeting in English. The response to this greeting is generally the same: Good morning. The greetings come in accordence with the time in the day. You may say "Good afternoon" and "Good evening" too.  Sometimes English and Americans people greet each other by  simply, saying: Hello.

The second one----Mr. Blake .  Miss Sophie Dupont .

Names of people, in English speaking countries, are usually made up of three parts. First name+middle name +surname. In general, the middle name is not known or used. First names are used with familiar people, but on a formal occasion, or with strangers, the titles, Mr. ,Mrs. Miss  or Ms.  Are used. These titles are added to the last name.

Mr. Can be used alone before the surname of a man, as in the text “Mr. Blake”.

Sir is commonly used along, is known for the elderly, a boss or male clints.  For example: Sorry, sir! Lady is used for females.

Miss is generally used to refer to an unmarried woman, but Ms. is used when don't know  whether the woman is married or not. (it is considered proper today to use Ms. for all women, married or not).

The third one----This is Miss Sophie Dupont.  

"This is" + name is often used to introduce someone to others. For example: "This is Sophie or this is Hans. " 

The forth one-----Nice to meet you.  

This is used when you meet someone for the first time in an informal occasions. 

The other side's of the response should generally be "Nice to meet you, too."  

When people meet on formal occasions for the first time, they use "How do you do ?" The corresponding answer should, also be "How do you do?" Remember: This is a greeting, not the question!

The fifth one-----the nationality is different from the country name.So please do not confuse  the country name with nationality. Japanese, Korean, and Chinese are all words of nationality.

The fourth part: Grammar in use

The first one---special question

The question with a question word who, what , when, which, why, where, whose, how etc are called special questionthe structure is generally: Question Words + auxiliary verb + subject + active words, etc...

A question can be used to ask about a name, nationality, word, color, model...etc. 

For example:What make is this car?  What nationality are you?  What size is this skirt?  etc.

The second one---a and an

Sophie is a new student.    This is an umbralla.    

a and an In English is called the indefinite article, there is no difference in meaning. They can only be used for singular countable nouns.  A is used before the beginning of a consonant, an is used before the beginning of the vowel.

For example:  a banana.          an apple. 

a,e,i,o, u for the pronunciation of vowels, called vowels. When read  y [ i ] is called semi vowel, vowel, consonant letters for the rest.  

The fifth part---word study

Make--- brand, type, style.

For example:  What make is your watch?  What make of car is that?   Her dress is of Italian make.  Did you make this shirt or buy it?

English---British, England

Is it an Amrican car or an English car?         

John is very English.   



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