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Unit 01. Leisure Activities. Lesson 4. Communication

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Người gửi: Võ Thị Mỹ Phương
Ngày gửi: 20h:21' 29-10-2018
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Số lượt thích: 2 người (Trần Văn Vương, Võ Thị Mỹ Phương)
Good morning!
Everybody
Label the pictures with the phrases in the box:
Giving presents at
Christmas
1
2
3
4
b. Cleaning the house.
c. Eating moon cakes at
the Mid-Autumn Festival
d. Living with grandparents
UNIT 4:
Our Customs and Traditions
Period 31: Communication.
- prong [prɔη] (n):
- tray [trei] (n):
- cutlery [`kʌtləri] (n):
- mat [mæt] (n):
- palm [pɑ:m] (n):
- host/hostess (n):
Cái mâm

Bộ đồ ăn (thìa, dĩa, dao)
Cái chiếu
Lòng bàn tay
Ông chủ/ Bà chủ
Đầu dĩa
EXTRA VOCABULARY
- fork [fɔ:k] (n):
Cái dĩa
1
2
Picture 1: People are sitting on the mat to have meal and using rice bowls, chopsticks and plates.
Picture 2: People are sitting around the dining table and using cutlery and plates.
1. Discuss the difference between them.

2. Read the following sentences about table manners in Britain. Work in pairs. Write T (true) or F (false).

The knife is held in the left hand and the folk is held in the right hand.
You shouldn’t point the prongs of the folk up-wards during the meal.
People use the same cutlery to eat the main course and the dessert.
When the meal is finished, you should place the knife and folk on the plate.
You can use your fork to take more food from the serving dish.
You should use your knife to cut the bread.
Guests should start eating before the host starts eating.
You should ask someone to pass you a dish.
3. Now listen to Nick giving a presentation on table manners in Britain and check your answers.
1.

2. You shouldn’t point the prongs of the fork upwards during the meal.
3.

4. When the meal is finished, you should place the knife and fork on the plate.
5.

6.
7.
8. You should ask someone to pass you a dish.
The knife is held in the left hand and the fork is held in the right hand.
People use the same cutlery to eat the main course and the dessert.
You can use your fork to take more food from the serving dish.
You should use your knife to cut the bread.
Guests should start eating before host starts eating.
You hold the fork in the left hand and the knife in the
right
There is also a spoon and a fork for dessert.
You should never use your own cutlery to take more food from the serving dish – use the serving spoon.
You should break off the bread with your hands.
Guests have to wait until the host or hostess starts eating.
Listen and check your answers.
1. We sit around a tray on a mat to have meal.
2. We use rice bowls and chopsticks.
3. When chewing food, we shouldn’t talk.
4. The host/hostess invites everybody to start eating.
5. The host/ hostess offers to serve the food for the guests.
6. When we have finished eating, we place our chopsticks on the top of rice bowl.
4. Work in pairs. Discuss if you follow these table manners in your family. Are there other table manners you follow?


5. There is a British exchange student in your class. You invite her to dinner at your home. Play the following roles.

You are Minh. You invite your British friend to come for dinner. She asks a lot of questions about Vietnamese table manners.
You are Jessica from Britain. You want to learn about Vietnamese table manners, so you can feel comfortable at dinner. You compare these with British table manners.
Start the role- play like this:
Minh: Hey Jessica! My family would like to invite you to dinner.
Jessica: Oh! That’s nice but….I don’t know anything about
Vietnamese table manners.
Minh: Well. What do you want to know?
Jessica: well, do you eat around the dinner table like in Britain?
Minh: No, actually we sit on a mat with the food in the middle.
Jessica: You’re kidding!
Minh:…..
Rearrange the sentences to make a complete conversation. Then practice with a partner.
Answer key:
A: Last week, I had dinner with a French family and they have very interesting table manners.
B: Really?
A: Yes. There were several guests there, and we all waited until the host invited us to the table.
B: Can you eat as soon as you sit down at the dining table?
A: No. You should wait until the host says ‘Bon appétit’
B: What does it mean?
A: It means ‘Enjoy your meal’.
B: What about during the meal?
A: During the meal, you should put your hands on the table. My friend tells me that in France it’s impolite to rest your hands on your lap.
B: That’s unusual! Also, I saw on TV that they use knives and forks. …
Practice with your partner
* HOMEWORK
+ Learn by heart the new words.
+ Do exercises in the Workbook.
+ Prepare for: Unit 4 - Skills 1.
Celinne Dion – And so this is Xmax
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