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Published on April 3, 2008

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Slide2:  williamsburg St. Petersburg Xi’an Istanbul Memphis Paris More 1 2 3 4 Chicago Tokyo Edinburgh Madrid Beijing Cape Cod Slide7:  1-1 Slide8:  1-1 more PASSPORT APPLICATION  Carrie loves to travel around the world so she can meet different people and see different cultures. Once a year, she takes some time off from her work for a week or two to visit a foreign country. This year, she decides to go Japan for her vacation, because she has never been there. She thinks it’s too much trouble to plan the trip by herself, so she always goes to a travel agency. In the travel agency, Charlie, her travel agent, is discussing with Carrie which city she should visit. After 30 minutes, Carrie has decided to go to Kyoto and Osaka for her first visit to Japan. Charlie notices that Carrie’s passport is expired so she needs to apply for a new one. But Carrie has no time to do it, so she is asking Charlie to do it for her. Let’s join their conversation and find out what documents we need if we want to apply for a passport. Slide9:  1-1 more Carrie: Can you apply the passport for me? Charlie: Sure, and you have to fill out this application form for me. Please write down the correct details and sign at the end. Carrie: Okay. I will do it now. Charlie: Also, I will need some documents. Carrie: What kind of documents do you need?? Charlie: I will need your ID card, two color passport photos and a copy of your expired passport. Carrie: I can give you my ID card and expired passport now. But I don’t have my photos with me. I will give them to you tomorrow. Charlie: O.K. no problem. Then it will be ready in 4 working days with the cost of 1,200NT. Carrie: Then I will give you both the fee and the passport photos tomorrow. Thank you very much. Slide10:  1-1 more 1-1 sentence pattern Useful expressions 1. Carrie loves to ______so that she can ____________. 2. She thinks it’s too much trouble to _________by _______. 3. you have to fill out this application form. Please write down the correct detail and sign at the end. 4. I will need your ID card, two color passport photos and a copy of your expired passport. 5. Then it will be ready in 4 working days with the cost of 1,200NT. Slide11:  1-1 more 1. culture. noun. 文化 he has studied the various culture of Asia. 他研究了許多不同亞洲的文化. 2. Foreign. adj. 外國的 He met an old friend while visiting a foreign country. 當他在國外旅行時, 他遇見了他的老朋友. 3. Vacation. noun. 休假, 假期 She went to Switzerland for her summer vacation. 放暑假的時候她去了瑞士. 4. Expired. v. 滿期, 過期 expired food makes people sick. 過期的食物會使人生病. Slide12:  1-1 more 5. document. noun. 文件 please send this document to the principal’s office 請把這個文件送到校長的辦公室. 6. application form. noun. 申請表 it would be best to carefully fill out this application form. 最好小心的填寫這份申請表. 7. detail. noun. 細節 please tell me all the details I need to know. 請告訴我須知的所有細節. 8. ID (identification) card. noun. 身份證. You need to show your ID card when buying alcohols. 買酒的時候你需要出示你的身份證.   Slide13:  1-1 more enjoy 1-1 games 1. He met an old friend while visiting a f____n country. 2. She went to Switzerland for her summer v_____n. 3. Please send this d______t to the principal’s office 4. It would be best to carefully fill out this a________n form. 5. please tell me all the d_____ls I need to know. Slide14:  1-2 Slide15:  1-2 1-2 Reading It’s never easy to estimate how much you have to pay for a trip. However, a well-organized travel plan help cut down unnecessary expense. You can compare the price of similar travel schedule from different travel agency. It helps you to select the best suitable travel schedule and the most reasonable price. Anyway, you always wish that every penny paid will be worthwhile. more Slide16:  1-2 more Grace: Good morning. Welcome to Easy Travel. How can I help you? James: Hi, I want to talk to you about planning a trip. Grace: You’ve come to the right place! Where would you like to go? James: I’m not sure. Can you give me some suggestions? Grace: Certainly. Greece is a rather popular place for a vacation lately since Athens is hosting the Olympics this year. James: That sounds great! I’ve always wanted to go to the Olympics opening ceremony in person. I will go there. Grace: OK. Let’s check the flights. When are you planning to take your trip? And how long do you want to stay? James: I’m going to stay for a week. From August 10 - 17. Oh, by the way, where should I stay? Do you know any good place? Slide17:  1-2 more Grace: There are lots of great hotels in Athens. Do you want me to check the hotels for you? James: That would be great! Thank you. Grace: Do you have a visa for Greece? James: No, I don’t have one. What should I do? Grace: Don’t worry, I can apply it for you with some extra charges and it will be ready in 15 days. But I will need your ID card and passport. James: I don’t have my passport with me right now. Can I bring it over tomorrow? Grace: No problem at all. Then I’ll book the flight ticket and the hotel for you now. James: Thank you so much! Slide18:  1-2 more 1-2 Sentence patterns Useful expressions A well-organized travel plan help cut down unnecessary expense. 2. You always wish that every penny paid will be worthwhile. ______ is a rather popular place for a vacation lately since ______ is hosting _______ this year. I can apply it for you with some extra charges No problem at all. Then I’ll book __________________for you now. Slide19:  1-2 more 1-2 Vocabulary suggestion (n) 建議 Can I make a suggestion? Let’s go out to eat tonight. Greece (n) 希臘 , Athens (n) 雅典 The capital city of Greece is Athens. Olympics (n) 奧林匹克運動會; 奧運 Athens hosts the Olympics in year 2004. opening ceremony (n) 開幕典禮 The Olympics opening ceremony is on 13th of August. flight (n) 班機 Rachel’s flight to Taipei leaves at 5.00. Slide20:  1-2 more trip (n) 旅行 They took a trip to Japan last year. visa (n) 簽證 Most people need a visa to visit china. apply for (vi) 申請 He has applied for a visa to visit England. extra charge (n) 額外費用 You have to pay extra charges for the delivery. ID card (identification card) (n) 身分證; 識別證 We don’t sell alcohols to underage, please show me your ID card. passport (n) 護照 You need a passport to travel to other countries. book (vi) 預訂 Jessie has booked a flight from New York to London. Slide21:  1-2 more enjoy 1-2 Games James: I am planning a trip for this summer break, but I don’t know where I should go. Can you give me some _______________? Grace: Greece is a rather popular place for a vacation lately since Athens is hosting the _______________ this year. James: That sounds great! I’ve always wanted to go to the Olympics _______________ _______________ in person. I will go there. Grace: OK. Let’s check the _______________. When are you planning to take your _______________? Grace: Do you have a _______________ for Greece? James: No, I don’t have one. What should I do? Grace: Don’t worry, I can _______________ it _______________ you with some _______________ _______________ and it will be ready in 15 days. But I will need your ID card and _______________. Grace: I’ll _______________ the flight ticket and the hotel for you now. James: Thank you so much! Slide22:  1-3 Slide23:  1-3 more Few days later Carrie goes back to the travel agency for her new passport, and to discuss her schedule to Tokyo and Osaka with Charlie. Carrie had decided to stay in Japan for one week, and was planning to leave Taiwan on July 4th. There are many famous tourist attractions in these two cities that Carrie wants to visit. The ones that she wants to visit the most are theme parks. There are two theme parks that Carrie wants to go to, one is Disney land in Tokyo, while the other is Universal Studio located in Osaka. To travel between Tokyo and Osaka, both train and airplane can be good transportation. Although taking train as transport between the two places, one can enjoy the beautiful sight of countryside of Japan, but with Carrie’s schedule it will be time consuming. So, Charlie is recommending Carrie to take airplane rather than train as the transportation. Slide24:  1-3 more Carrie: Hi Charlie, is my passport ready yet? Charlie: Here is your new passport, Carrie. Carrie: Thank you so much. And I was wondering if it is possible to have one free day that I can go shopping. Charlie: Sure, but you will have to take airplane instead of train to travel between Osaka to Tokyo. Carrie: Oh? Why is that? Charlie: Because train is much more time consuming. So in order for us to fit this into your schedule, you must take airplane. (to be continued ) Slide25:  1-3 (2) Carrie: That’s a pity. I will be missing the beautiful scenery of Japanese countryside. Charlie: It’s your decision. Carrie: Alright then. I will make the change. After all, I do need to buy some souvenirs for my family and friends. Charlie: I will cancel your train ticket, and reserve an airplane ticket for Osaka to Tokyo for you. Carrie: Thank you so much Charlie, I wouldn’t know what to do without you. Charlie: Customer always comes first. more Slide26:  1-3 more 1-3 Sentence patterns Useful expressions There are many famous tourist attractions that Carrie wants to visit. The ones that she wants to visit the most are theme parks. To travel between Tokyo and Osaka, both train and airplane can be good transportationa. Charlie is recommending Carrie to take airplane rather than train as the transportation. And I was wondering if it is possible to have one free day that I can go shopping. After all, I do need to buy some souvenirs for my family and friends. Slide27:  1-3 more Schedule (n) 行程; 時間表 A good schedule is very important for an excellent trip. 一個好的行程對好旅遊非常重要 tourist attraction (n) 觀光景點 Tokyo Disney Land is a famous tourist attraction. 東京迪斯奈樂園是一個非常有名的觀光景點 theme park (n) 主題樂園 Alex is a maintenance technician in a famous theme park. 艾力克斯是一個有名主題樂園裡的維修技師 Slide28:  1-3 more transportation (n) 交通工具 He takes subway as a transportation to work everyday. 他每天去工作的交通工具是捷運 countryside (n) 鄉間; 鄉下 She grew up in the countryside 她在鄉下長大. Time Time consuming (adj) 耗時的 During rush hour, waiting for a bus can be time consuming 在交通顛峰時刻, 等巴士是非常耗時的. Slide29:  1-3 more Recommend (v) 建議; 推薦 He recommended her to take this job 他建議她拿這份工作 a pity (n) 可惜; 可惜的事 It’s a pity that you missed today’s concert 真可惜妳錯過了今天的演唱會 scenery (n) 景色; 風景 The scenery of Niagara Falls is magnificent. 尼加拉瓜大瀑布的風景非常壯麗 Slide30:  1-3 more enjoy 1-3 games Tokyo Disney Land is a famous tourist a_____n. He takes subway as a t_____n to work everyday. During rush hour, waiting for a bus can be time c_____g. He r_____ded her to take this job. 5. Dad brought a lot of s____rs from his trip to Africa. Slide31:  1-4 Slide32:  1-4 more In recent years, many people go to travel agency to make travel plans visiting oversea countries. Travel agency becomes more and more popular over the years, because they can do almost everything and save people lots of times on planning a trip. They sell flight tickets and make hotel reservations as well as applying passport and visa for people. Today, James, a super baseball fan for team Chinese-Taipei, is planning to go on a trip to Athens to cheer for them. Therefore he decides to go with a cheering tour group formed by the Pure Travel agency. Slide33:  1-4 more Grace: Good morning. Welcome to Pure Travel. How can I help you? James: Hi, I would like to join the special cheering group to Athens. Grace: You’ve come to the right place! You must be a die hard fan for our baseball team James: Yes, how much does it cost? Grace: I assure you our price is the lowest, it’s only 5,0000NT. James: Wow! That is not what I have in mind. It’s kind of pricy. Grace: The quality of the tour is the finest. You will be staying in five star hotel and dinning in famous spots. Best of all, you will be on the same flight with the members of team Chinese-Taipei. (to be continued ) Slide34:  1-4 more James: Really? It sounds like a great deal, I’ll take it. Grace: You made the right choice. Do you have a visa for Greece? James: No, I don’t have one. What should I do? Grace: Don’t worry, I can apply it for you with some extra charges and it will be ready in 15 days. But I will need your ID card and passport. James: I don’t have my passport with me right now. Can I bring it over tomorrow? Grace: No problem at all. James: Thank you so much! Slide35:  1-4 more useful expressions 1.Travel agency becomes more and more popular over the years. 2.They sell flight tickets and make hotel reservations as well as applying passport and visa for people. 3.Therefore he decides to go with a cheering tour group formed by the Pure Travel agency. 4.Wow! That is not what I have in mind. It’s kind of pricy. 5.You will be staying in five star hotel and dinning in famous spots. Slide36:  1-4 more Travel agency (n) 旅行社 Pure travel is the best travel agency at the present. 純淨旅遊是現在最好的旅行社 Popular (adj) 受歡迎的 She used to be popular back in high school. 她以前在高中時很受歡迎 Reservation (n) 預定(房間或座位) Please make a reservation at the restaurant. 請跟餐廳預定座位 Cheer (v) 加油; 歡呼 The fans cheered the team members as they enter the stadium. 球員走進球場時, 球迷們為他們歡呼 Athens (n) 雅典 The capital city of Greece is Athens. 希臘的首都是雅典 Slide37:  1-4 ticket (n) 機票 Rachel’s flight ticket to Taipei only cost 1,000NT 瑞秋往台北的機票只花了她一千元台幣 Tour (n) 旅行 Mr. Lee made a tour through out North America last year. 李先生去年在北美旅行了一次 visa (n) 簽證 Most people need a visa to visit china. 大部分的人需要簽證去大陸 apply for (vi) 申請 He has applied for a visa to visit England. 他已經申請了去英國的簽證 extra charge (n) 額外費用 You have to pay extra charges for the delivery. 外送需要付額外的費用 passport (n) 護照 You need a passport to travel to other countries. 出國時需要護照 more Slide38:  1-4 more enjoy 1-4 games 1. Please make a r_____n at the restaurant. 2. The fans cheered the team members as they enter the s____m. 3. The c_____l city of Greece is Athens. 4. You have to pay extra c______es for the delivery. 5. You need a p________t to travel to other countries. Slide39:  2-1 Slide40:  Transportation is a vital activity in moving both freight and passengers around the world. As the time goes by, it keeps changing in its type very quickly; however, no matter how it changes, it will never change that it always provides human beings with the most benefits and convenience. If you want to go on business, or on a vacation, you may take m any kinds of transportation, such as by taxi, by bus, MRT, train, or plane or even by vessels. Here are three dialogues about taking transportation for you to learn. 2-1 more Slide41:  1. At home. Mr. Chen is calling ABC Airlines. Clerk : ABC Air, may I help you? Mr. Chen : I'd like to confirm my flight. Clerk : Your name, please Mr. Chen : Mr. And Mrs. David Chen Clerk : A party of two, Mr. And Mrs. Chen. One moment. Mr. Chen : Take your time. Clerk : You're flying to New York on October 25 at 1:20 p.m., Flight EV21, non-stop, economy class. Mr. Chen : That's correct. Clerk : Your flight is confirmed. Mr. Chen, please go to the airport three hours before the plane takes off. Mr. Chen : Thank you. We will. 2-1 more Slide42:  2. At the airline counter Clerk : Good morning, may I have your tickets and passports? Mr. Chen : Yes. Clerk : Smoking or non-smoking? Mr. Chen : Non-smoking. Clerk : Aisle or window? Mr. Chen : Window. I'd like to take a nap. Mrs. Chen : Aisle. I'd like to stretch my legs Clerk : Then you will be seated separately. Mrs. Chen : That's fine with me. 2-1 more Slide43:  3. Mr. And Mrs. Chen are having their luggage inspected Clerk : Would you put your luggage on the belt, sir? Mr. Chen : Sure. Clerk : Do you have any keys? Mr. Chen : Yes. Clerk : May I have them? Step through, please. Ma'am, are you going to check your handbag? Mrs. Chen : No, I'll carry it. Clerk : Would you open it? I'll have to check it. Mrs. Chen : Certainly. Clerk : Would you step through here? You're clear. Mr. Chen : Thank you. 2-1 more Slide44:  4 At the Customs (JFK Airport in New York City) Officer : Your passport, please. Mr. Chen : Yes. Officer : What's your purpose of visiting the United States? Mr. Chen : To see my daughter and son. Officer : How long will you stay? Mr. Chen : About two weeks with my daughter and another two weeks with my son. Officer : have you brought any plants or food? Mr. Chen : No. Officer : What is it in the can? Mr. Chen : Oh, it's oolong tea for my daughter. Officer : All right, welcome to the United States. Mr. Chen : Thank you. 2-1 more Slide45:  2-1 1. How long will it take to get to the CKS Airport? market garden station 2. I’d like to make a reservation for one room. a table one way ticket round ticket more Slide46:  2-1 1.    transportation 運輸 No means of transportation is available to the city. 2.    vital 極其重要的 The heart is a vital organ. 3.    freight 貨物,貨運 Please sends the goods by freight. 4.    reservation預約 We had a reservation for dinner for September11. 5.    destination目的地 Reaching our destination, we were tired and hungry. 6.     economy class經濟艙 The seats in the economy class are not as comfortable as those in the first class. 7.     check in 登記(劃位) Before you get your boarding pass, you have to check in at the check-in counter. 8.    departure離開,起飛 The plane’s departure was on schedule. more Slide47:  2-1 more enjoy ___1. An e___c class aircraft ticket is cheaper than other tickets and does not provide such a high degree of comfort. ___2. Our d___e time has been changed to 6:00 p.m. because of bad weather. ___3. T___n will be supplied by the company. ___4. I'd like to make a r___n for one night . ___5. In a group of two, take turns being a passenger and a clerk of an airlines. Slide48:  2-2 Slide49:  2-2 Common-carrier railroad service in the United States began with the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, which started operations in 1830. During the next eight-five years, railroad reached a peak of about 264,000 miles, declining thereafter. It is significant to note that the decline in railroad mileage began before modern developments in highway pipeline, and water-transportation. Railroads today are adjusting to new transportation and economic conditions. more Slide50:  2-2 (1)Taking a train A: passenger B: clerk A: One ticket to Tai-Chung, please. B: One way or round trip? A: Round trip. How much will that be? B: There will be an extra charge because the train is an express train. That will be NT$850 altogether. A: How long will it take? B: It’ll take three hours. A: How often do trains run? B: Trains run every thirty minutes. A: When does the next train for Tai-Chung leave? (to be continued) more Slide51:  2-2 (1) Taking a train B: The next train leaves in five minutes A: When does the train arrive in Tai-Chung? B: It will arrive as scheduled. A: Which platform does the train leave from? B: The train leaves from platform six. A: And may I ask on more question? B: Sure. A: How long is the return ticket valid? B: It’s valid by the end of this month. A: Thanks so much. B: Anytime. more Slide52:  2-2 (2) Taking a taxi   A: Excuse me. Where is the taxi stand? B: It’s ahead next to the bus stop. A: Thank you. (ten minutes later ) A: passenger B: taxi driver A: Is this taxi for hire? B: Yes. Where to? A: Taipei Fine Arts Museum. I’m in a hurry. Can you get there by 7:10? B: We should be able to make it, if we don’t get caught in the traffic. A: How much does it cost to get there? B: You have to pay the fare indicated on the meter A: Oh, I see. Please drop me off at the main gate. B: No problem. A: Here we are! NT$170, please. B: Thanks. Here’s NT$200. Keep the change. more Slide53:  2-2 I.    Where is the taxi stand?                           bus stop museum mall zoo 2. How long will it take to get to the CKS Airport? market garden station more Slide54:  2-2 more 1.     taxi stand計程車候客站 Taipei Fine Arts Museum 台北美術館 Many people are waiting at the taxi stand on rainy days. 2.     had better最好 We’d better get enough sleep; otherwise we’ll easily feel tired. 3.     in a hurry匆忙 Why do you leave in a hurry? 4.     for hire等客人叫車 There are many taxis for hire waiting in line outside of the airport. 5.     get caught in the traffic塞在車陣中 During rush hours, many cars, buses, and motorcycles get caught in the traffic. 6.     indicate 指示 The light above the elevator indicated that the elevator was at eh 15 floor. 7.     meter儀表 The man from the gas company came to read the meter. 8.     drop….off讓…下車 On their way to work, many parents give their kids a ride and drop them off near kids’ school.    (to be continued) Slide55:  keep the change不用找零 The passenger told the taxi driver to keep the change. 10. extra charge 額外費用 If you want to need more service, you have to pay extra charge. 11. express train快車 If you want to get home earlier, you can take the express train. 12. schedule時刻表 They have planned a tight schedule of travel. 13. platform 7七號月台 May arranged a meet with her pal at platform 7. 14. one way ticket單程票 What’s the one way ticket fare? 15. return ticket來回票 What’s the return ticket charge? 16. valid有效的 The ticket is valid for one month. 2-2 more Slide56:  2-2 more enjoy ___1. In order to avoid any traffic jams, we will take the e___s train. ___2. This coming summer vacation, we have planned a tight s___e of travel. ___3. The train for Chicago will depart from p___m nine. ___4. Explain the meaning of "for hire" & "drop off.“ ___5. If you are in a hurry, you take an express train, instead, and will you pay more for the fare than an ordinary train? Slide57:  2-3 Slide58:  2-3 more Living in Taipei years ago, residents might have felt crowded and upset because of traffic jams, but now there is the MRT. Getting around has become easy and fast. Besides, it declines the air pollution and it brings us better living standard. So now other cities in Taiwan have gone in for mass transportation. That may be the best solution of the bad traffic. Slide59:  2-3 more I. Buses A: Where is the nearest bus stop? B: Right in front of the shoe store. A: I’d like to go to the National Palace Museum, but which bus should I take? B: Bus number 304 A: How often does the bus run? B: Every 15 to 20 minutes. A: When is the next bus for there? B: 9:50 A: How much does it cost? B: 15 dollars. A: How many stops to get there? B: It’s the seventh stop. Slide60:  2-3 more (2) MRT A: Where is the nearest MRT station? B: Around the corner. A: Where can I get a MRT route map? B: You can see the map at each entrance of the MRT station. A: Which line should I take to go to ShihLin ? B: Take the TanSui line. A: Should I get MRT tokens? B: No. Just get a ticket from the ticket machine. A: Where is a ticket machine? B: On the wall of each entrance of the MRT station. A: Which exit should I take? B: Just follow the sings for ShihLin. You won’t get lost. Slide61:  2-3 more 1.How much does it cost to get to the CKS Airport? market garden station City Hall 2. How often do trains run? buses subways Slide62:  2-3 more 1.     operation 營運 The company’s overseas operations include banking and insurance. 2.     peak 顛峰 They finally reached the snow-capped peak. 3.     significant 重大的 He has made a significant contribution to society. 4.     mileage 里程 What mileage has your car done? 5.     adjust 調整 He adjusted very quickly to the heat of the country. Slide63:  2-3 more enjoy 1.Can you draw a Taipei's MRT rout map? 2.Are buses and MRT the public transportation systems? 3.Talk about the buses or MRT in your city. 4.Which buses can we take to the National Palace Museum? 5.How do you go to school every day? And to reduce air pollution, which kind of transportation will you want to take? Slide64:  2-4 Slide65:  2-4 Owing to the heavy traffic on the road, Taiwan recently has rapidly developed “the Blue Highway” which means to travel around the island by ship or by water. Today many people are getting tired of taking airplanes to other places, so maybe they’d like to give it a try to take a boat to travel. more Slide66:  2-4 more A: I’d like two first class double cabin for the boat to Calais. B: Yes. A: When does the boat for Calais leave? B: In ten minutes. A: How long will the crossing take? B: About two days. A: What are the ports of call? B: Sorry. I don’t think I exactly know well. Maybe you can obtain further information from the organized excursions for the passengers. A: Do you have anything for seasickness? B: I think you can get some from the sick bay. Slide67:  2-4 more 1. When does the boat for Calais leave? Taiwan Kaohsiung port   2. Do you have anything for seasickness? a headache him Slide68:  2-4 more 1.     vessel 船 A French naval vessel is in the harbor. 2.     owing to 由於 Owing to the bad weather, our flight was delayed. 3.     double cabin 雙人艙 I’d like a double cabin. 4.     ports of call 停靠港口 What are the ports of call? 5.     organized excursions 有規劃的遊覽 Are there any organized excursions? 6.     seasickness 暈船 The seasickness caused him to feel sick 7.     sick bay 醫護櫃檯 Go to the sick bay, and you’ll get some help . Slide69:  2-4 2-4 enjoy 1.Have you ever taken the "LOVE Boat" in Kao-Hsiung? 2.Will you get seasick if you take a boat? 3.If you have enough time and money, will you take a ship or an airplane to travel?

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