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BREAK THE ICE Task I Listen to the two dialogues. Check the advertisement that BREAK THE ICE Task I Listen to the two dialogues. Check the advertisement that matches each dialogue. 1 2 2 p. 3

BREAK THE ICE Task II Use the words from Task I to fill in BREAK THE ICE Task II Use the words from Task I to fill in the chart. Word / Phrase Definition 1. bargain 2. discount a cut in the usual price 3. selection things to choose from 4. annual every year 5. sale when a store sells things at a lower price 6. return policy something you buy at a good price how a customer may give back a product 7. brand the name of a company 8. delivery sending products to the buyer 3 p. 2

BREAK THE ICE Audio Transcripts: Dialogue 1 Clerk: Hi! Welcome to Chia. Can I BREAK THE ICE Audio Transcripts: Dialogue 1 Clerk: Hi! Welcome to Chia. Can I help you with anything? Customer: Yes. I’m looking for a winter jacket for my husband. Clerk: Our menswear section is upstairs. Please follow me. Customer: Oh. This one looks great. Are there any discounts on menswear? Clerk: Ah, I’m afraid our sale doesn’t start until the beginning of October. We have some great deals on the shelves right now though. Customer: I see. I think I’ll wait until the sale. It’s only another week. Clerk: Yes. The jacket will be half price when the sale starts. Customer: All right. See you next week. Clerk: Bye. 4

BREAK THE ICE Audio Transcripts: Dialogue 2 Mark: Hey, Jo. You’re looking great. Jo: BREAK THE ICE Audio Transcripts: Dialogue 2 Mark: Hey, Jo. You’re looking great. Jo: Do you really think so? Mark: Yeah. What’s up? Jo: Oh, I bought a cream for my spots a couple of weeks ago. I don’t think it’s effective. Mark: It looks to me like it is. Where did you get it? Jo: Online. I still have a few days to return it. They give you a month to try it out. Mark: You should keep it. It seems to be working. 5

DIALOGUE ZONE Open with default media player 6 DIALOGUE ZONE Open with default media player 6

KEY WORDS 1. bargain [`b 3 rg 4 n] n. People flocked to the KEY WORDS 1. bargain [`b 3 rg 4 n] n. People flocked to the shop to get the best bargains during the clearance sale. 2. clue [klu] n. We had no clue why he turned down our offer at the last minute. 3. additional [4`d 6]4 ny] adj. You can find additional information on our Web site. 7

KEY WORDS 4. hopefully [`hopf 4 l 6] adv. Hopefully, the project will be KEY WORDS 4. hopefully [`hopf 4 l 6] adv. Hopefully, the project will be finished by next week. 5. uncertain [~9 n`s-tx] adj. I like the plan, but Henry is still uncertain about it. 6. review [r 6`vju] n. The director’s new movie received very good reviews. 8

REVIEW A. Meanings in Context Choose the meaning of the sentence in the conversation. REVIEW A. Meanings in Context Choose the meaning of the sentence in the conversation. 1. You should give it a shot. a. It’s a good idea to try it. b. Why not take a picture? 2. I don’t have a clue where to start. a. I don’t have the tools to start work. b. I don’t know how to begin. 9

REVIEW A. Meanings in Context Choose the meaning of the sentence in the conversation. REVIEW A. Meanings in Context Choose the meaning of the sentence in the conversation. 3. The price looks pretty good. a. The item seems like a bargain. b. The product is beautiful. 4. I’m uncertain about giving my credit card details. a. I don’t know if I should give my details. b. I feel very bad about giving my details. 10

REVIEW A. Meanings in Context Choose the meaning of the sentence in the conversation. REVIEW A. Meanings in Context Choose the meaning of the sentence in the conversation. 5. This site has gotten excellent reviews. a. People have looked at this site again and again. b. People have said good things about the site. 11

REVIEW B. True or False, or Unknown Check T if the statement is true, REVIEW B. True or False, or Unknown Check T if the statement is true, F if it’s false, or U if it’s unknown. 1. T □ F □ □ James is looking for a book. U 2. T □ F □ □ Shelly does most of her shopping online. U 3. T □ F □ □ James orders the book for Shelly. U 4. T □ F □ U □ The book is for Shelly’s brother’s birthday. 12

REVIEW B. True or False, or Unknown Check T if the statement is true, REVIEW B. True or False, or Unknown Check T if the statement is true, F if it’ s false, or U if it’ s unknown. 5. T □ F □ U □ The first site has a very high delivery charge. 6. T □ F □ U □ They both agree that it’s an amazing novel. 7. T □ F □ U □ They like the second site because it has a good deal on the book. 8. T □ F □ □ In the end, Shelly feels confident about U online shopping. 13

USEFUL EXPRESSIONS 14 USEFUL EXPRESSIONS 14

USEFUL EXPRESSIONS Listen to the dialogue and check the true statements. Paul tells Adam USEFUL EXPRESSIONS Listen to the dialogue and check the true statements. Paul tells Adam to. . . ______ be more practical about his job choices. ______ be a time traveler. ______ join the air force. ______ build his own spaceship. ______ learn about NASA’s space shuttles. ______ get information about space travel. 15

USEFUL EXPRESSIONS Audio Transcripts: Adam: I want to find a job. Do you have USEFUL EXPRESSIONS Audio Transcripts: Adam: I want to find a job. Do you have any suggestions? Paul: Well, first you should write down what kinds of jobs you would like. Adam: Yeah. I’m thinking I want to work as a pilot, an astronaut, a time traveler, or a dinosaur. Paul: Dinosaur? I suggest that you be a bit more realistic. Adam: Oh, OK. So you’d advise me to be a time traveler then? Paul: No. How about joining the air force first? They’ll train you to be a pilot. Adam: Yeah. Then I could fly all day long. I could always become an astronaut afterwards. Paul: You’d better study hard if you want to be an astronaut. It’s not easy to get in. Adam: Maybe I should build my own spaceship. That would be easier. Paul: I don’t think so. Why not visit NASA and see how its spaceships work? Adam: I think I’m going to start now. Paul: It might be a good idea to go to the space museum to learn more about your dream job. 16

USEFUL EXPRESSIONS 17 USEFUL EXPRESSIONS 17

USEFUL EXPRESSIONS Listen to the audio and circle the answers. 1. What do you USEFUL EXPRESSIONS Listen to the audio and circle the answers. 1. What do you NOT need to worry about? a. A passport b. Insurance c. The embassy d. Your stuff 18

USEFUL EXPRESSIONS Listen to the audio and circle the answers. 2. Why do you USEFUL EXPRESSIONS Listen to the audio and circle the answers. 2. Why do you have to be careful on vacation? a. You may have trouble with your clothes. b. Somebody may contact your embassy. c. You might need to see a doctor abroad. d. Somebody might take your things. 19

USEFUL EXPRESSIONS Listen to the audio and circle the answers. 3. Why might you USEFUL EXPRESSIONS Listen to the audio and circle the answers. 3. Why might you see a doctor before a trip? a. You might need some medicine. b. He can explain new cultures to you. c. A doctor will give you a visa. d. You will probably have an injury. 20

USEFUL EXPRESSIONS Listen to the audio and circle the answers. 4. What is the USEFUL EXPRESSIONS Listen to the audio and circle the answers. 4. What is the main point of the recording? a. Thieves are everywhere. b. You should take care when you travel. c. People need to watch out for tourists. d. Embassies are great places to visit. 21

USEFUL EXPRESSIONS Audio Transcripts: Traveling abroad can be amazing. It can open your eyes USEFUL EXPRESSIONS Audio Transcripts: Traveling abroad can be amazing. It can open your eyes to different cultures and ways of life. There are, however, a few things to watch out for. The first thing you need to pay attention to is that you are prepared. Have your passport, your ticket, your insurance, and your visa ready. Get any medication you need from your doctor to keep yourself healthy. Secondly, when you travel, beware of thieves. They’re always looking for tourists. Keep your valuable items close to you at all times. Don’t dress too expensively, and look out for suspicious strangers. Also, if you have any problems with your passport or visa, just contact your local embassy. As long as you are careful and keep your eyes open for danger, you will have a great holiday and peace of mind. 22

GRAMMAR SPOTLIGHT 23 GRAMMAR SPOTLIGHT 23

GRAMMAR SPOTLIGHT A. Combine the Sentences Join the sentences using the words given. 1. GRAMMAR SPOTLIGHT A. Combine the Sentences Join the sentences using the words given. 1. You don’t want to eat out. / Let’s cook something here. (since) Since you don’t want to eat out, ________________________ let’s cook something here. ________________________ 2. Their team hasn’t won a single game this year. / Ours has won six. (while) Their team hasn’t won a single game this year ________________________ while ours has won six. ________________________ 24

GRAMMAR SPOTLIGHT A. Combine the Sentences Join the sentences using the words given. 3. GRAMMAR SPOTLIGHT A. Combine the Sentences Join the sentences using the words given. 3. I want to travel the world. / I’m too old. (before) I want to travel the world before I’m too old. ________________________ 4. You want to play music well. / You have to practice. (if) If you want to play music well, you have to practice. ________________________ 25

GRAMMAR SPOTLIGHT A. Combine the Sentences Join the sentences using the words given. 5. GRAMMAR SPOTLIGHT A. Combine the Sentences Join the sentences using the words given. 5. There weren’t any books in the waiting room. / Jeff read a magazine instead. (because) Because there weren’t any books in the waiting room, ________________________ Jeff read a magazine instead. ________________________ 26

GRAMMAR SPOTLIGHT B. Correct the Mistakes Fix the errors in the passage. Encyclopedias have GRAMMAR SPOTLIGHT B. Correct the Mistakes Fix the errors in the passage. Encyclopedias have been around for a long time. In 77 AD, an encyclopedia of natural history, Naturalis Historia, was published by a Roman, Pliny the Elder. This book was both written and copied by hand. 27

GRAMMAR SPOTLIGHT B. Correct the Mistakes Fix the errors in the passage. being Now GRAMMAR SPOTLIGHT B. Correct the Mistakes Fix the errors in the passage. being Now we can publish things quickly. In Hawaiian, the word for quick is “Wiki. ” After be put online, Wikipedia has been used by millions of people. Because it is an open encyclopedia, so anyone can edit it. It 28

GRAMMAR SPOTLIGHT B. Correct the Mistakes Fix the errors in the passage. introduces If GRAMMAR SPOTLIGHT B. Correct the Mistakes Fix the errors in the passage. introduces If one While it introducing lots of topics, people question the information. The problem is that the writers are not experts. However, there a lot of them. One person gets it wrong, another can correct it. More than 14 years later, Wikipedia is still free and still going strong. Although isn’t perfect, it’s a useful tool. it isn’t 29

READING 30 READING 30

READING p. 36 e. Bay is the biggest shopping Web site in the world READING p. 36 e. Bay is the biggest shopping Web site in the world and makes billions of dollars a year. Thousands of objects are bought and sold on e. Bay every day, including things as expensive as fighter jets and houses. However, e. Bay had a very humble beginning. 31

READING p. 36 e. Bay was founded in 1995 by Pierre Omidyar. It began READING p. 36 e. Bay was founded in 1995 by Pierre Omidyar. It began when he put his broken laser pointer for sale online as a joke. He was surprised when someone offered to purchase it for $14. 95. Omidyar sent an e-mail to the buyer. He wanted the buyer to know that the laser pointer was damaged. The buyer responded, “I collect broken laser pointers. ” Realizing the Internet was full of opportunities like this, Omidyar set up Auction. Web. On its first day, the site attracted no visits. Within a year, Auction. Web started to make a profit. Soon, Omidyar was able to quit his day job. In 1997, Auction. Web officially changed its name to e. Bay. 32

READING p. 36 In the years since then, e. Bay has done so well READING p. 36 In the years since then, e. Bay has done so well that it has even managed to buy other successful Internet companies. Nowadays, e. Bay continues to connect millions of buyers and sellers. 33

KEY WORDS 1. humble [`h 9 mb 4 l] adj. Ashley comes from a KEY WORDS 1. humble [`h 9 mb 4 l] adj. Ashley comes from a humble background, but she’s very successful. 2. found [fa 8 nd] v. This organization was founded to protect rare animal species in Asia. 3. respond [r 6`sp 3 nd] v. Make sure you think about the question before you respond. 34

KEY WORDS 4. profit [`pr 3 f 6 t] n. The movie was a KEY WORDS 4. profit [`pr 3 f 6 t] n. The movie was a success. It made a huge profit. 5. manage to [`m 1 n 6 d. ] [tu] phr. There was a lot of food, but we managed to eat it all. 6. nowadays [`na 84~dez] adv. Not many people can cook nowadays. 35

REVIEW A. Synonyms Write the word / phrase from the article next to its REVIEW A. Synonyms Write the word / phrase from the article next to its matching synonym. object 1. item: ________ (paragraph 1) p. 31 found / set up 2. establish: ________ (paragraph 2) p. 32 broken 3. damaged: ________ (paragraph 2) p. 32 respond 4. reply: ________ (paragraph 2) p. 32 opportunity 5. chance: ________ (paragraph 2) p. 32 nowadays 6. today: ________ (paragraph 3) p. 33 36

REVIEW B. Put in Order Put the statements in order. 1 ___ A bidder REVIEW B. Put in Order Put the statements in order. 1 ___ A bidder bought the broken laser pen online for the price of $14. 95. 5 ___ e. Bay acquired interests of other online companies. 3 ___ Pierre Omidyar stopped working at his day job. 2 ___ The Web site Auction. Web was not successful in the beginning. 4 ___ Auction. Web officially became e. Bay. 37

REVIEW C. Words with Different Meanings Match the word in bold with its definition. REVIEW C. Words with Different Meanings Match the word in bold with its definition. b 1. Our home is quite humble. We have only got two bedrooms. ____ a He is kind and humble, and he helps others more than himself. ____ Definition: a. adj. not proud b. adj. not big or expensive 38

REVIEW C. Words with Different Meanings Match the word in bold with its definition. REVIEW C. Words with Different Meanings Match the word in bold with its definition. 2. A prize for the most sales is offered in hopes of boosting the b company’s profits. ____ It might profit you to research the company before you go on a a job interview. ____ Definition: a. n. money gained by doing business b. v. to be useful 39

REVIEW C. Words with Different Meanings Match the word in bold with its definition. REVIEW C. Words with Different Meanings Match the word in bold with its definition. b 3. Mr. Willis is going to manage the baseball team. ____ a The test was not easy, but I managed to pass it. ____ Definition: a. v. to try hard and finish something difficult b. v. to direct or control 40

WRITING Task I Your friend is coming to visit. He has questions about shopping. WRITING Task I Your friend is coming to visit. He has questions about shopping. Finish the e-mail using the hints. Hello! I can’t wait to see you next month. I have a few questions about your country. I would like to go shopping during my visit (go shopping, visit). I need to buy some electronics, clothes, and books (electronics, clothes, books). Where do you recommend I go (recommend)? What are the cheapest places to buy these things (cheapest places)? What are the most reliable places (reliable places)? Are there good sales in your country this time of year (sales, this time of year)? Are the stores very crowded (stores, crowded)? Any advice would help me a lot. Thanks, Leo 41

WRITING Task II Write a reply letter of 80 -120 words. Use some of WRITING Task II Write a reply letter of 80 -120 words. Use some of the words and phrases in the box below. Dear Leo, I’m very happy that you are coming to visit me. The best place to buy electronics is the Guang Hua Digital Plaza in Taipei. You can get some great bargains there. For clothes, I suggest you go to the night markets. They often have the cheapest clothes and a great selection. Prices are good, but watch out for fake brands. I’m not certain where you should buy books. Stores are more convenient and reliable than night markets, but products often cost more there. There are some sales this time of year. The discounts are excellent, but stores can be very crowded. I look forward to seeing you. Regards, Bruce 42

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