Words and Expressions
custom n. 风俗；习俗 bow v. & n. 鞠躬 kiss v.& n. 亲吻；接吻 greet v. 和……打招呼；迎接
What should people do when they meet for the first time?
To learn to use supposed to + infinitive to talk about what you are supposed to do. To learn different greeting customs among different countries.
What are the people in China supposed to do when they meet for the first time?
They are supposed to shake hands.
What are the people in Brazil supposed to do when they meet for the first time?
They are supposed to kiss.
In Korea what are the people supposed to do when they meet for the first time?
They are supposed to _____.
In Mexico what are the people supposed to do when they meet for the first time?
They are supposed to ____.
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__b__ the United States __a__ Japan __b__ Mexico __a__ Korea
a. bow b. shake hands c. kiss
A: In …what are the people supposed to do when they meet for the first time? B: They’re supposed to …
the United states
Listen and check √( ) the mistakes
√ Maria’s mistakes
___ arrive late ___ ate the wrong food
√___ greeted Paul’s mother the wrong way √___ wore the wrong clothes
Listen again. Fill in the blanks.
1. Maria was supposed to arrive at 7:00, but she _a_r_r_iv_e__a_t_8_:_0_0___. 2. In Maria’s country, when you’re invited for 7:00, you’re expected to _t_o_c_o_m__e_l_a_te_r_. 3. When Maria met Paul’s mom, she was supposed to _sh__a_k_e_h_a_n_d_s_. 4. Maria should ask what she is supposed to ___w_e_a_r____ if she is invited to a party next time.
Role play in groups;
We’ll see which group does the best.
Why did John make such mistakes?
What can we do to avoid these mistakes?
Do Romans do when you are in Rome.