第二册PPT课件Unit 5

Unit 5 Late Again
 Greeting and ask the
students some
questions, such as:
 Have you ever been
late for the class?
What would you say
to the teacher if you
were late?
 Listen to the CD and
then answer the
 1. Who was the woman
calling to? Why did she
call him?
 2. What did the man
say when he realized
he forgot it?
 3. Did the man know
how to get there? What
did the woman do then?
Listening Script
Luis: Hello. Luis Mendez.
Laura: Luis, it’s Laura. Where are you?
Luis: What do you mean, where am I? I’m
here. I’m in the office. You’re talking to me.
Laura: But we have a meeting with Lucid
Systems, at one o’clock!
Luis: At one? Oh, man! How do I get to
Laura: It’s on Ashby, 3121 Ashby, near
Telegraph Avenue. Take College Avenue
to Ashby, and turn right.
Luis: Got it.
Laura: Hurry!
Luis: I’m on my way.
Laura: Oh, Luis?
Luis: Yeah?
Laura: Be sure to bring the Lucid file.
Luis: Where is it?
Laura: I put it on your desk this morning.
Luis: You did ?
Laura: Remember? I put it next to your
Luis: Oh, right. Yeah, here it is.
Laura: And Luis, please hurry. I need to
talk to you about…
Luis: Ok, we’ll talk about it when I get
there. Bye.
Further Study of the Vocabulary and
 I. Man!
 1. n. Man is frequently used in oral English to
address someone, especially an adult male. It’s
very casual use and usually used when the
person you are talking to is your friend. E.g.
 That’s a great party, man!
 Hey, man! What’s up?
We can know that man is used frequently in
our life, for example, in many movies you can
see that the word is often used as the film name.
 2. Man is also used in spoken English to
express certain kinds of emotions-excitement,
surprise, and anger. Read the examples in
our textbook.
 3. Some short exclamations like Man:
 To express surprise:
1) Gosh!
2) Wow!
3) You’re
 When you make a mistake, say: Whoops!
 Express distaste for something: Yuck!
 Express taste for something: Yummy!
 Express pain: Ouch!
 Express that you like something: Mmm!
Some idioms with man
 a man of men 杰出的人
 A man can do no more than he can.
 A man cannot spin and reel at the same
一个人不能同时又纺又织; 一心不能二用。
 No man is wise at all times.
智者千虑, 必有一失。
 One man, no man.
个人的作用是有限的; 孤掌难鸣。
Study of the Vocabulary and Usage
 II. Avenue, street, road, high way, drive,
 Avenue: streets in towns and cities.
n.林荫道, 大街, 方法, 途径, 路
香榭丽舍大道 Avenue des Champs
 Road: streets that connect the suburban
areas of a city. n. 路, 道路, 公路, 大道
Bird's-eye view of Hangzhou City. You
can see many roads below:
Street:街, 街道,街区
Downing street
Wall Street
 “Wall Street, in
New York City,
means the stock
market and ‘big
 Drive: the roads in neighborhoods.
 汽车道;马路;私用车道
Further Study of the Vocabulary and Usage
 III. On the way
 1. on the way:
traveling from one
place to another.在
途中, 接近
 e.g.
My English is still
learning on the way.
 2. by the way:顺便说
 e.g. By the way,
what happened to
the money?
 3. No way!: impossible
 e.g.
----Will you help me do
----No way, man!
 4. in a big way: very
much 非常
 5. have it both ways:
 6. All the way
 1) the whole way:自始至终
He rushed all the way to the station
only to miss the train.他一路冲往车站,结
 2) completely: 完全地
 I‘ll back you up all the way.我完全支持
 I’m with you all the way on that issue.
3)from far away: 从远道而…
 e.g. “Now, ” said the compere, “this
little girl has traveled all the way from
Liverpool to sing to us tonight. So let‘s all
give her a big hand.”节目主持人说:“今
4) A merry heart goes all the way.
 【谚】心情愉快,万事顺利。
7. Way to go!: Well done! Do a
good job!
8. Have a way with: has a special
ability to do something 对…有办法
9. Pave the way for…: prepared for;
got something ready.
10. In one’s way: stop or prevent sb.
Other words
errand: 差事
I need to run some errands for my
to run into: to meet or to see, especially by
You can buy a lot of specialties at the
farmer’s market.
pick up偶然得到
Oral work: How do I get there?
 Some samples on how to ask and answer the
 Dialogue 1:
A: Excuse me, where is
the nearest bank?
B: There is one next to
the post office round
the corner.
A: Thank you.
Dialogue 2:
 A: Excuse me, is there
a hotel nearby?
 B: The nearest one is
about 10 minutes’
walk here.
 A: How can I get there?
 B: Just walk down
this road and you’ll
find it. It’s on the right
 B: Thanks a lot.
 A: Can you tell me
the way to the
 B: Sure. Turn left
at the next
 A: Is it on Xinhua
 B: Yes. You can’t
miss it.
Task: (Page 41: II)
Look at the map and make some
dialogues by imitating the samples in
the textbook or the dialogues given
above. Do it in pairs.
Part B More Listening
I. Telephone Call
Voice: Thank you for calling the Civic
Arena. The Civic Arena is located at 111
First Street. For directions, please press 1.
 If you’re coming from San Francisco,
take Highway 101 to Highway 880 North,
go one mile to First Street, exit at First
Street, and turn right. The Civic Arena is at
the corner of First Street and Montgomery
 If you’re coming from Oakland, take
Highway 880 South to First Street, exit at
First Street, and turn left. The Civic Arena
is at the corner of First Street and
Montgomery Street.
 If you’re coming from Santa Cruz, take
Highway 17 North to Highway 880. Exit at
First Street. Turn right. The Civic Arena is
at the corner of First Street and
Montgomery Street.
 If you’re coming by train, get off at the
Civic Arena Station, between San Carlos
Street Station and City Center Station. The
arena is two blocks east of the station.
 To repeat these instructions, press 2. To
end this call, please hang up.
II. Long Conversation & III Spot Dictation
A: I really appreciate everything you’ve
been doing for me. Would it be Ok if I
cooked you dinner tonight?
B: Oh, that would be really nice of you,
thank you!
A: I would love to. The problem is I’m not
quite sure where the grocery store is,
could you tell me how to get there?
B: You know, it’s really easy, if you just go
out to the main street that you came on,
make a right out there, and then turn right,
and go all the way down Willow until you
get to Creyts Road, and then you’re gonna
make a left on the Creyts Road, and then
your Kroger Store, which is a great big
grocery store, will be on your right.
A: On my right. Ok, I was thinking about
some desserts, do you know where a
bakery… is there a bakery nearby?
B: Yep, there is a fabulous bakery not…
it’s just like a mile further down the road, in
the same direction that you were going.
A: Ok, just keep going.
B: It will be on your left.
A: On my left.
B: Just keep going.
A: And um, do you like a little wine dinner?
B: Oh, I would love it. And you know what?
There’s a liquor store, that’s just right
across the street from the bakery.
A: That will be great.
B: So you can get everything right there.
A: Ok, are you sure? I’m not very good at
finding my way around town. Are you sure
I can get to…
B: It’s really simple, all you have to do is
when… after you’ve finished with
everything, just turn yourself around and
go all the way until you get to Willow again.
A: Ok, that doesn’t sound too hard. Cool.
IV. Short Passage
Many men are proud of their sense of
direction which, according to many reports,
is much better than that of women’s. my
father is one of the scarce exceptions. He
is the type of person who seldom knows
where he is in relation to where he is going.
That is why we were almost shocked to
death when my father announced one day
that he was going to buy a car and was
learning to drive.
He managed to become a driver, but was
never allowed to drive alone until one day
there came a chance when nobody could
go with him together. We had to draw an
extremely detailed map for him, involving
everything that could ever help him
recognize the places where he was going
to. Confidently he left.
Though expected to come back at four, he
entered the house at eight. “Did you get
lost? Didn’t the map help?” A mountain of
questions followed before my father could
at last answer, “I arrived there quite easily
as a matter of fact,” said he, “But I got lost
in the building and failed to find my way
out of it. I spent quite a while there and got
out at last with the help of a clerk.
And then I found that it wasn’t the
entrance I formerly went into, so I couldn’t
find the parking lot where I parked the car.”
this was really beyond our prediction.
Then my mother asked, “How did you find
it at last?” “Not yet,” said my father, “ I took
a taxi and came back.”

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