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[Unit 10 You're supposed to shake hands.]
1．Paris is the c________ of France.
2．Listen! There is someone k________ at the door.
3．You must take your p________ with you when you go abroad.
4．All the students went to the museum e________ Li Ping. Because she was ill.
5．The movie is very interesting. It is w________ watching again.
1．My mother was ________ (生气) because I failed to pass the history test.
2．People in different parts ________ (表现) differently at the dinner table.
3．Could you please give me some ________ (建议) about learning English?
4．There are four ________ (季节) in a year—spring, summer, autumn and winter.
5．We should make an________ (努力) to be on time when we are going to meet our friends.
1．I like the song ________ (call) Yesterday Once More.
2．Jane invited me ________ (take) part in her birthday party.
3．It's bad for your health to go to school without ________ (have) breakfast.
4．I find it difficult ________ (learn) English well.
5．You are not supposed ________ (put) the bread on the plate.
They ________ ________ ________ ________ time.
She ________ ________ her friend's house when she came back from work.
I will call you ________ ________ ________ I arrive in New York.
It's very ________ ________ ________ ________ noise.
The plane is ________ ________ in ten minutes.
Different countries have different customs. When you are in different countries, you should follow their customs.
In China, it's impolite to talk when eating dinner. And you're not supposed to start eating first if there are older people at the table.
Very often people who travel to the United States forget to tip(付小费). It is usual to tip waiters, taxi drivers and porters who help carry your bags. Waiters expect to get a 15% tip on the cost of your meal. Taxi drivers expect about the same amount.
In England, make sure to stand in line even if there are only two of you. It's important to respect (尊重) lines there. It's a good idea to talk about the weather. It's a favorite subject of conversations with the British.
In Spain, it's a good idea to have a light meal in the afternoon if someone invites you for dinner. People have dinner very late, and restaurants do not generally open until after 9：00 p．m.
In Saudi Arabia(沙特阿拉伯), men kiss one another on the cheek(脸颊). Your host may welcome you with a kiss on both cheeks. It is polite for you to do the same.
In Japan, people usually give personal or business cards to each other when they meet for the first time. When a person gives you a card, don't put it into your pocket(口袋) as soon as you get it. The person expects you to read it.
Don't forget to be careful of your body language to express something in conversations. A kind of body language that is acceptable in one culture may be impolite in another.
( )1. How many countries are mentioned in this passage?
( )2. What does the underlined word “porters” mean in Chinese?
( )3. If you travel to the US, and spend $200 on a taxi ride and $320 on a meal, you are supposed to tip ________ in total.
( )4. Which of the following is TRUE?
A．You are expected to kiss your host on the cheek in Japan.
B．Generally, restaurants don't offer dinner after 9：00 p．m. in Spain.
C．It's impolite to eat first if there are older people at the table in China.
D．You don't need to stand in line if there are two people waiting for a bus in England.
( )5. What does the passage mainly talk about?
A．Where to travel.
B．How to tip in different countries.
C．When to use body language.
D．Customs in different countries.
Table manners are very different in every country. For example, when you are in England, you must not lift your soup plate to your mouth. This is very impolite. But when you are in Japan, this is completely normal. Lifting your plate to your mouth in Japan is a traditional way of having your soup. And also in Japan you don't have to worry about making a noise when you have it. It just shows that you really like the food! But it is not the same in Britain, so you shouldn't make a noise when eating there.
In Britain, people don't put their hands or arms on the table during the meal. But in Mexico, guests keep their hands on the table all the time. In fact, you should watch what your hands do very carefully. In Arab countries, it is impolite when you eat with your left hand, so don't do it!
In all the cultures it is impolite to speak when you are eating.
In Ukraine you should not start eating first; you should wait for all the others to start eating with you. You also have to say “please” and “thank you” every time you ask for and get something. If you don't like some food, don't make faces and don't say, “Yuk! I hate that！”
The best way to avoid making mistakes in other countries is to watch the host and try to do as he does.
1．In which country can you lift your bowl to your mouth?
2．Is it polite to eat with your left hand in Arab countries?
3．What can't you say if you don't like some food in Ukraine?
Customs and habits are usually not__the__same in every country.
5．In the passage, the underlined word “it” refers to “________________”.
短文首句：Last Sunday afternoon, I went to the park with my cousin.
参考词汇：果皮 skin，踩在……上摔倒 slip on(slipped, slipped)，救护车ambulance
Ⅰ.1.capital 2.knocking 3.passport
Ⅱ.1.mad/angry 2.behave 3.suggestions
Ⅲ.1.called 2.to take 3.having
4．to learn 5.to put
Ⅳ.1.are pretty relaxed about 2.dropped by
3．as soon as 4.impolite to make a
2．No, it isn't.
3．Yuk! I hate that！
5．eat with your left hand
Ⅲ.One possible version：
Last Sunday afternoon, I went to the park with my cousin. When we were walking around, we saw a boy eat a banana and throw the skin on the ground. Just as we were going to pick it up, a man slipped on the skin. He was badly hurt and couldn't move. We called 120.Soon an ambulance came and took him to the hospital.
It was really bad of the boy to do that! We must say no to this bad behavior. Everyone should care about his daily behavior and follow the social rules so that the world will be a better place.