Unit1 Communication Unit1 Part1 Greetings 寒暄 Dialogue 1 A: Hi, Susan！How's it going? B: Well, I am still alive and kicking. A: Are you leaving for America soon? B: I guess so. Perhaps next Monday. Dialogue 2 A: How are you getting along? I have
Unit1 Part2 Introductions 介 紹 Dialogue 1 A: Mary, this is Joe's brother, David. B: I'm very glad to meet you. C: It's a pleasure to meet you. B: How do you like Texas so far? C: It's really different from what I expected. B: Don't worry. You'll g
Unit 1. Part 3. Farewells. Dialogue 1. W: I just dropped in to say goodbye. M: What time are you leaving? W: I am going to try to leave by 10 oclock. M: Take care and give my best to your parents. W: Goodbye. Thanks again for everything. Dialogue 2.
Unit1 Part4 Invitations 邀 請 Dialogue 1 A: I'm sorry, but I have to cancel our luncheon appointment. B: I'm sorry to hear that. A: I have pressing business to attend to. B: No problem. We'll make it later in the month. Dialogue 2 A: If you're free
Dialogue 1 A: I owe you an apology, Mr. Steven. B: What do you mean, Lily? A: I'm terribly sorry about the appointment last Thursday. I hope you'll excuse me. B: Forget it. I'd have done exactly as you did if I had been in your situation. A: That's v
Dialogue 1 A: Do you get along well with your brothers? B: Of course, we do. We're really tight. A: I'm jealous. My brothers can't stand each other. B: Really? I'm sorry to hear that. Dialogue 2 A: What does your family do on weekends? B: We usually
W: Doctor Browns office. May I help you? M: Yes, man. This is John Smith. Id like to make an appointment to see doctor Brown. What time do you think is best for me to see him? W: OK, lets see. Doctor Brown is available only on Thursday and Friday. M:
W: Beautiful day, isnt it? M: Yes, its not like what the radio said at all. W: I wish it would stay this way for the weekend. M: As long as it doesnt snow. Dialogue 2. W: The weather is terrible. M: Yes, it was sunny and warm yesterday. But the wind
Unit 2. Part 4. Talking on the phone. Dialogue 1. W: Mr. Greens office. May I help you? M: Yes. My name is John Smith. And Id like to speak to Mr. Green, please. W: One moment please. Ill put you through. M: Thanks. Dialogue 2. M: Hello? W: Hello. Ca
W: Ive been looking for an efficiency apartment. M: How many rooms do you have in mind? W: I want a 3 bedroom apartment. M: Oh, I know there is one for rent out in the suburbs. Dialogue 2. W: Do you have any apartments for rent right now? M: We still
M: Do you see anything you like? W: Yes, that dress looks really nice. M: Would you like to try it on? W: Yes, I think Ill do that. All right Ill take this one. Please wrap it up. M: Thanks. Dialogue 2. M: Lucy. You look nice with that blouse today.
W: Do you think this sweater would look good on me? M: Yes, it would. I think you would look very fashionable. W: I think it would go well with my new jacket. M: You are right. It would be a great match. Dialogue 2. W: Are you going to wear that outf
W: How about having lunch at super star restaurant? M: I am sorry but all I can afford today are a big Mac and small coke. W: Dont worry about that, lunch is on me. M: I cant do that. W: Come on. I insist. M: Well, if you insist. Thank you, but next
W: How do you like this place? M: I think the atmosphere is a little dead. W: Really? Then why not go to a bar of American style? M: Sounds great. American bars are really hopping. Dialogue 2. W: Are you ready to order drinks? M: Yes, Ill have a whis
M: Excuse me, Madam. What can I do for you? W: I want to open an account here. M: What kind of account do you want? W: A current account please. M: Our minimum deposit for savings account is 100 dollars. W: Thats quite all right. Dialogue 2. M: Id li