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Unit 9 Business Dinner

本次课标题: Unit 9 Business Dinner

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After completing this lesson, students should be able to:

--understand and use basic dinner-related vocabulary;

--effectively use communication skills to:

Ÿ           invite business associates to dinner;

Ÿ           order Western food;

Ÿ           order Chinese food;

Ÿ           comment on food;

propose a toast during a dinner.

教学

目标

能力(技能)目标

知识目标

▲能力总目标: able to effectively use communication skills

▲能力子目标:

1.1 invite business associates to dinner;

1.2 order Western food;

1.3 order Chinese food;

1.4 comment on food;

.understand and use basic dinner-related vocabulary;

重点

难点

解决方法

教学重点: understand and use basic dinner-related vocabulary;

教学难点:effectively use basic dinner-related vocabulary

解决方法:

make students able to master basic dinner-related vocabulary and expressions by role-play activity

参考资料

1.马龙海,《新视野商务英语视听说》上册,北京:外语教学与研究出版社,20081

【步骤一】                                                      (时间:10分钟)

I. Discussion(课堂讨论):  Work in pairs. Do you know how to say the following in English? Write the words under the pictures. (pictures omitted)

1) white radish  2) celery  3) garlic  4) potato  5) cabbage  6) capsicum 

7) tomato      8) cauliflower     9) broccoli

【步骤二】                                                      (时间:45分钟)

II. Sum-up(总结商务宴会的语言要点):

1. Making an invitation (邀请)

  Do you feel like going to a Chinese restaurant with us?

May we have the pleasure of inviting you to dinner tomorrow?

Yes, that would be nice

Yes, with pleasure.

Yes, that’s a terrific idea.

I’m awfully sorry, but I’m busy then.

I hope you won’t mind, but I’ve really got a huge amount to do. Can’t we make it another time?

I’m terribly sorry. I’d really love to, but I cannot this time. Shall we make it another day?

2. Proposing a toast (祝酒)

Here’s a toast to your good health.

Here’s to a prosperous business relationship.

Let’s drink to our long-standing co-operation.

3. Settling the bill (买单)

Waiter, please get my bill ready. Thanks.

May I have the bill, waitress?

May I have a look at the bill, please?

Sure. Here you are.

Let’s split the bill.

You’re my guest.

Let me do the honours.

4. Reserving or finding a table for dinner (预定桌位)

Have you got a reservation?

Yes, in/under the name of …

I’d like to reserve a table for seven for tomorrow evening.

What time would you like to have your table?

Waiter, do you have a table for three right now?

Yes, we do. Please come this way.

Please follow me.

Could you come this way, please?

Do you have a table for two?

I’m sorry, sir. Our restaurant is jam-packed now. There’ll be a wait of about 30 minutes.

Would you like to wait?

Is this table fine with you, madam?

It’s all right. Thank you.

Waitress, is this table taken?

Sorry, it’s been taken.

Good evening, could we have a table for two?

I’m sorry, sir. The restaurant is rather full right now. would you mind waiting for around 20 minutes?

Would you mind sharing the table with others?

I’d prefer sitting alone.

Then would you please go upstairs?

How many people are there in your party?

Would you like to sit by the window?

5. Explaining the menu (介绍菜单)

Would you like me to explain the menu to you?

Do you need any help with the menu?

Waiter, could you explain what’s Three-Delicious-Ingredient Soup?

It’s a soup, made with three kinds of sea food.

Waitress, what’s this squirrel mandarin fish?

It’s mandarin fish specially cooked in the shape of a squirrel.

6. Recommending food and drink (推荐餐饮)

Today’s special is …

We’ve got a set menu.

Our … is very popular with customers.

We have some very nice desserts.

7. Taking orders (询问点菜)

What will you have, sir?

Are you ready to order now?

Have you chosen what you’ like?

What would you like to have?

What would you lie to drink?

We’d like some vegetables, please?

May we have some rice, please?
  Would you like something to drink?

Yes, could you bring us the wine list first?

Would you bring us two glasses of Whisky?

8. Commenting on dishes (评论菜肴)

What do you think of the food?

It looks good/smells great/tastes delicious.

Sichuan food is too spicy.

Cantonese food is insipid to me.

9. Dinner talks (就餐交谈)

Would you like more to drink?

No, thanks. I’m already a little tipsy.

Excuse me, sir. May I take your plate away?

Sure, go ahead.

【步骤三】                                                    (时间:35分钟)

III. Listening practice: Listen and Imitate. (录音呈现和模仿操练)

Task 1:

Suppose you are in a restaurant. Match what you think to what you should say, and then check your answers with what you hear.

You think                         You say

1) I want to pay.                     a. Can I have the soft drinks menu, please?

2) I think the fish is good.              b. May I have the bill, please?

3) I’m not ready to order yet.           c. I’d like the chicken, please?

4) I want to choose some soft drinks.     d. What do you recommend?

5) What’s the restaurant’s specialty?      e. I recommend the fish.

6) I want chicken.                     f. I need a few more minutes.

Keys: 1) b  2) e  3) f  4) a  5) d  6) c 

Task 2:

1. Listen to the following conversations and fill in the blanks. (listening materials omitted)

2. Tina and Ivan are long-term business partners. Now they are ordering in a restaurant. Listen to their conversation with the waitress and fill in the form with the information you hear. (listening materials omitted)

Words and expressions:

menu; dessert; lounge; fatty; starter; soft drink; prawn cracker; canned

【步骤四】                                                      (时间:30分钟)

IV. Follow-up Practice. (后续练习)

1. Match the following questions with their responses, then check your answers with what you hear. (answers and scripts omitted)

2. Work in pairs. Take turns to role-play the following situation. (answers and scripts omitted)

Sentence Patterns:

1)      How about having dinner with us tonight?

2)      Oh, how nice of you! I’ll be very glad to come.

3)      I’ll meet you at the entrance of the hotel at six tomorrow evening. Is that OK?

4)      May I propose a toast to your brisk business and continued development?

5)      Thanks. Here’s to your health and success in business as well.

6)      May I have the bill, please?

7)      Waitress, can I pay with a traveler’s cheque?

8)      I’m afraid not. We can only accept cash.

【步骤五】                                                    (时间:45分钟)

V. Play the video and make the role play. (视听呈现和角色扮演)

Video 1:

●New words and expressions: facilities; splendid; delighted; fruitful; invitation; original; to one’s liking; acceptable; etc.

●Pre-viewing: Read the following chart to have a rough idea of the video.

●Viewing:

1. Watch the video. Pay attention to the oral expressions at the dinner party and repeat the following. (scripts omitted)

2. Watch the video again. Fill in the following blanks according to what you hear. (answers and scripts omitted)

●Post-viewing: Work in groups. Role-play the following situation.

Invite two of your business partners to dinner in a restaurant, get them seated, talk business with them and propose toasts.

Video 2:

●New words and expressions: terrific; mushroom; vegetarian; en casserole; care for; chestnut; bean curd; bamboo shoot; etc.

●Pre-viewing: Read the following chart to have a rough idea of the video.

●Viewing: Watch the video. Decide whether the statements are true (T) or false (F).

1) Mr. Lin is satisfied with the table he has booked.

2) Mr. Lin wants a quiet table because he likes peace and quiet.

3) After they are seated, the waitress goes away to fetch the menu and some coffee for them.

4) Mr. Rshid doesn’t eat pork.

5) The waitress recommends some chicken to Mr. Rashid.

6) Mr. Hart is a vegetarian.

7) Mr. Hart doesn’t care for bean curd.

8) Mr. Lin mentions that bean curd as nutritious.

9) Mr. Rashid orders wine to drink instead of orange juice.

10) Mr. Hart orders two vegetable dishes, i.e. mushroom and potatoes.

Keys: 1) T  2) F  3) F  4) T  5) F  6) T  7) F  8) F  9) F  10) F

●Post-viewing: Work in groups. Role-play the following situation. (situation omitted)

【步骤六】                                                      (时间: 15分钟)

VI. Assignment

Discussion: What should you do with the napkin during a meal? How do you order a meal? Do you know how to handle the cutlery during a meal?

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