Excuse me, How do I get to the ....... ? 请 问 如 何 前 往 ¨ ¨ ¨ ？
How do I get to the airport? 请 问 如 何 前 往 机 场 ？
How do I get to the bus station? 请 问 如 何 前 往 公 车 站 ？
How do I get to the metro station? 请 问 如 何 前 往 地 下 铁 路 站 ？
（ Metro 乃 欧 洲 常 用 字 ）
How do I get to the subway station? 请 问 如 何 前 往 地 下 铁 路 站 ？
（ Subway 乃 北 美 洲 常 用 字 ）
How do I get to the underground station? 请 问 如 何 前 往 地 下 铁 路 站 ？ （ underground 乃 英 国 常 用 字 ）
How do I get to the train station? 请 问 如 何 前 往 火 车 站 ？
How do I get to the hotel XXX? 请 问 如 何 前 往 XXX 酒 店 ？
How do I get to the police station? 请 问 如 何 前 往 警 局 ？
How do I get to the post office? 请 问 如 何 前 往 邮 政 局 ？
How do I get to the tourist information office? 请 问 如 何 前 往 旅 游 资 讯 局 ？
Excuse me, Is there ....... near by? 请 问 附 近 有 没 有 ...？
Is there a baker near by? 请 问 附 近 有 没 有 面 包 店 ？
Is there a bank near by? 请 问 附 近 有 没 有 银 行 ？
Is there a bar near by? 请 问 附 近 有 没 有 酒 吧 ？
Is there a bus stop near by? 请 问 附 近 有 没 有 公 车 站 ？
Is there a cafe near by? 请 问 附 近 有 没 有 咖 啡 店 ？
Is there a cake shop near by? 请 问 附 近 有 没 有 西 饼 店 ？
Is there a change bureau near by? 请 问 附 近 有 没 有 找 换 店
Is there a chemist's near by? 请 问 附 近 有 没 有 药 剂 师 ？
Is there a department store near by? 请 问 附 近 有 没 有 百 货 公 司
Is there a disco near by? 请 问 附 近 有 没 有 的 士 高 ？
Is there a hospital nearby? 请 问 附 近 有 没 有 医 院 ？
Is there a night club near by? 请 问 附 近 有 没 有 夜 总 会 ？
Is there a post box near by? 请 问 附 近 有 没 有 邮 政 局 ？
Is there a public toilet near by? 请 问 附 近 有 没 有 公 共 厕 所 ？
Is there a restaurant near by? 请 问 附 近 有 没 有 餐 厅 ？
Is there a telephone near by? 请 问 附 近 有 没 有 电 话 ？
Is there a travel agent near by? 请 问 附 近 有 没 有 旅 游 社 ？
Is there a youth hostel near by? 请 问 附 近 有 没 有 青 年 旅 馆 ？
I'll arrive late, but please keep my reservation.
I made a reservation in Taipei.
My name is Wang Ming-Ming.
I'd like a quiet room.
I'd like a room on the upper level.
I'd like a room with a nice view (a balcony).
Is hot water available any time?
May I see the room?
Do you have anything bigger (better/cheaper)?
I'll take this room.
Would you fill in this registration form?
Do you accept credit crads(traveler's checks)?
Could you keep my valuables?
Where is the dining room?
What time does the dining room open?
What time can I have breakfast?
Is there a beauty salon(barber shop)?
Can I have a card with the hotel's address?
Can I get a ticket for the sight-seeing bus here?
Where is the nearest subway station?
May I have a menu,please？
Do you have a menu in chinese？
Would you like something to drink before dinner？
What kind of drinks do you have for an aperitif？
May I see the wine list？
May I order a glass of wine？英语交际应用原文。
What kind of wine do you have？
I'd like to have some local wine.
I'd like to have Frence red wine.
Could you recommend some good wine？
May I order,please？
What is the specialty of the house？
Do you have today's special？
Can I have the same dish as that？
I'd like appetizers and meat(fish) dish.
I'm on a diet.
I have to avoid food containing fat(salt/suger).
Do you have vegetarian dishs？
How do you like your steak？
Well done (medium/rare),please.
一、 祝愿、祝贺和应答 （Good wishes, congratulations and responses）
1.- Well done and congratulations to you. - Thanks very much.
2.- I hope you'll succeed in everything. - So do I.
3.- I wish you success. - Thank you.
4.- We send you our best wishes. - Thank you very much.
5.- Happy new year ! - Happy new year! (The same to you.)
6.- A merry Christmas to you. - Thank you.
7.- I hope you'll have a good time. - Thank you.
8.- Happy birthday! - Thank you.
二、邀請和应答 （Invitations and responses）
1.- Would you like to come to the party? - Oh yes, thank you.
2.- I hope you can come to the dance next Saturday. - I'm sorry, but I can't.
3.- Will you go dancing with us? - Of course. I'll be glad to.
4.- Will you come to our English Evening? - Yes, thank you.
5.- Would you please give us a talk on English Learning? - OK. When?
6.- You and your friends must come over to my house and see mooncakes. Thank you very much.
三、表示同意和不同意 （Expressing agreement and disagreement）
1. - I think the shop is closed at this time of day. - No, I think it's open.
2. - I think foreign languages are more interesting than science. - I really can't agree with you. I prefer science.
3. - I think I shall read a book instead. - Good idea. That's much better than watching a bad TV Programme.
4．- I don't think that it's true. He's always telling strange stories. - I know. But this time I can't decide if he is right or not.
5. - I think Chinese is more popular than any other subject. - Maybe. But I prefer art. 6. - Don't think in Chinese when you're speaking English. - You are quite right.
四、道歉和应答 （Apologies and responses） 1.- Sorry to trouble you. - That's all right. 2.- Oh, I am so sorry. - That's quite all right. 3.- I'm sorry to give you so much trouble. - No trouble at all. 4.- I'm soory. I lost the key to your bike. - It doesn't matter. 5.- Sorry to have kept you waiting for a long time. - It doesn't matter. 6.- You haven't paid for it yet. - Oh, I'm really very sorry.
五、劝告和建议 （Advice and suggestions）
1. - The park isn't far from here. Shall we walk there? - OK.
2 .- You'd better close the windows. It's cold in the room. - All right.
3．- If you are not better by then, I'll take you to see the doctor. - OK. Thank you very much.
4. - You must look after yourself and keep healthy. - Yes, I will. Thanks.
5. - The museum is very far from here. Let'catch a bus, shall we? - OK. Let's catch a bus.
6. - You must remember the saying: Whatever you do, do it well. - Thank you for your advice.
六、 打电话 （Making telephone calls）
1.- Hello! - Hello, Bill? - No, this is Sam. - Hi, Sam. This is Mike. How are you?
2.- Hello. - Hello. May I speak to Mr Green?
3.- No. 5 Middle School. - Mr Green, please. - I'm sorry. Mr Green is not in. - When will he be back? - About six this afternoon. - All right. I'll ring again then. - Very well.
4. - Hello! - Hello, Ham Mei. Could I borrow your Chinese-English Dictionary please? - Sorry! It's not a very good line. Could you speak more loudly? - Could I borrow your Chinese-English dictionary? - Sure. I'll bring it to you tomorrow. - Thank you. Goodbye.
七、請求允許和应答 （Asking for permission and responses）
1.- Please let me help you. - No, thanks. I can carry it.
2.- Can I see your licence, please? - OK.
3.- May I call you James? - Of course, if you wish.
4.- Could I borrow a pen, please? - Of course. With pleasure.
5.- Excuse me. May I use your dictionary? - Yes, here you are.
6.- May I ask you several questions? - Yes, of course.
八、提供… 和应答 （Offers and responses）
1.- May I help you? - Oh yes, thank you.
2.- Let me help you with the bags. - Well, I can manage all right. Thanks just the same. 3.- Can we help you? - I want to go to hospital. But I can't. My leg hurts.
4.- Must I clean the classroom now? - Oh, you needn't.
5.- Would you like a cup of tea? - Yes, please.
6.- What can I do for you? - I'd like to have an English-English dictionary.英语交际应用原文。
九、问路和应答 （Asking the way and responses）
1. - Excuse me. Where is the washroom, please? - Oh, it's over there.
2. - Excuse me. Can you tell me where the bookshop is? - Look! It's on the other side of the road.
3. - How far is the post office, please? - Only a few kilometers.
4. - Will you please tell me the way to the railway station? - Go down this street. At the end of the road you'll see it.
5．- Excuse me. Could you tell me how I can get to the supermarket? - Go straight along this road. Then go over the bridge and turn right at the bookshop. You'll find it.
1. - Do you have any plan this year?
A. How about you?
B. I plan to go to the United States for further studies.
C. Yes, I will.
D. I'm certainly not going to do that kind of thing.
2. - I'm sorry I broke your mirror.
A. It's OK with me.
B. It doesn't matter.
C. You are welcome.
D. I don't care.
3. - It is cold today. What would you like to do this afternoon?
A. I don't think so.
B. Yes, it's cold. But spring is coming.
C. I need my coat, please.
D. Yes, it's too cold, so I don't feel like going out today.
4. - Thank you for your invitation.
A. It doesn't matter.
B. It's a pleasure.
C. It's a small thing.
D. I'll appreciate it.
5. - Let me give you a lift.
________ I prefer to walk on such a lovely day.
A. Thank you.
B. No, thanks.
C. You are welcome.
D. No, you can't.
试题解析：give somebody a lift 带某人顺风车
When Bill was very young, they had been in love. Many nights they had spent walking, talking, together. Then something not very important had come between them, and they didn’t speak. Impulsively(冲动之下), she had married a man she thought she loved. Bill went away, bitter about women. Yesterday, walking across Washington Square, she saw him for the first time in years.
"Bill Walker," she said. He stopped. At first he did not recognize her, to him she looked so old. "Mary!" Unconsciously, she lifted her face as though
wanting a kiss, but he held out his hand. She took it. "I live in New York now," she said. "Oh" –smiling politely. Then a little frown(皱眉) came quickly between his eyes. "Always wondered what happened to you, Bill." "I’m a lawyer. Nice firm, way downtown." "Married yet?" "Sure. Two kids."
A great many people went past them through the park. It was late afternoon. Nearly sunset. Cold.
"And your husband?" he asked her. "We have three children. I work in Columbia."
"You’re looking very „" (he wanted to say old) "„ well," he said.
She understood. She had been older than he then in Ohio.
"We live on Central Park West," she said. "Come and see us sometime."
"Sure," he replied. "You and your husband must have dinner with my family some night. Any night. Lucille and I’d love to have you."
The leavers fell slowly from the trees in the Square. Fell without wind. She felt a little sick.
"We’d love it," she answered. "There’s my bus," she said. He held out his hand. "Good-bye."
"When„" she wanted to say, but the bus was ready to pull off. Suddenly she shrieked very loudly. "Good-bye!"
The bus started. She lost sight of Bill. Then she remembered she had forgotten to give him her address-or to ask him for his-or tell him that her youngest boy was named Bill, too.
6. Mary and Bill broke up because _________.
A. They didn’t love each other any more.
B. Mary fell in love with someone else
C. Bill moved to another city
D. Nothing important
7. Mary anBill met in ________.
A. Washington Square
8. According to the passage which of the following statements is NOT true about Mary?
A. Mary appeareolder than Bill
B. Mary hachangelot since they saigoodbye to each other
C. Mary marriesomeone she didn’t love
D. Mary hathree kids
9. According to the passage, which of the following statement is TRUE about Bill?
A. Bill was lawyer, anworkedowntown.
B. Bill useto live in New York.
C. Bill thought Mary lookevery well
D. Bill wanteto have candle dinner with Mary
10. Meeting Bill made Mary feel _____
A friend of mine was fond of drawing horses. He drew horses very well, but he always began at the tail. Now it is the Western rule to begin at the head of the horse. That is why I was surprised. It struck me that it could not really make any difference whether the artist begins at the head or the tail or the belly or the foot of the horse, if he really knows his business. And most great artists who really know their business do not follow other people’s rule. They
make their own rules. Every one of them does his work in a way strange to
himself; and the peculiarity means only that he finds it easier to work in that way.
How the very same thing is true of literature. And the question, "How shall I begin?" only means that you want to begin at the head instead of beginning at the tail or somewhere else. That is, you are not yet experienced enough to trust your own powers. When you become more experienced you will never ask the
question, and I think that you will often begin at the tail-that is to say, you will write the end of the story before you have even thought of the beginning.
11. A friend of the writer’s drew horses _______.
A. in the way of his own rule
B. in the way of Western rule
C. very well
D. all of the above
12. The writer was surprised because ________.
A. the artist began to draw at the head of the horse
B. the artist began to draw at the tail of the horse
C. the artist followed other people’s rule
D. the artist did not follow other people’s rule
13. You are not yet experienced because ________.
A. you don’t know where to begin
B. you want to begin at the head instead of beginning at the tail
C. you always asked questions
D. you do not trust your own powers
14. When you become more experienced you will ________.
A. never ask questions
B. often begin at the tail
C. write the end of the story
D. think of the beginning
15. The passage is about ________.
A. How to draw a horse
B. Trust of your own powers
C. How to make your own rules
D. How to write a story
16. Fighting had _____ between rival groups of fans.
A. broken in
B. broken up
C. broken out
D. broken off
试题解析：break in 闯入, break up 破碎, break out 爆发, break off 中止
17. The public store is to close at 9:00 p.m. _______ no need to worry: it is just 7:30 p.m.
A. You have
B. They have
C. It is
D. There is
试题解析：There is no need to worry. 没必要担心。
18. Children _______ their parents for food and clothing.
A. ask for
B. depend on
C. think of
D. make use of
试题解析：ask for 要, depend on 依靠, think of 思考, make use of 利用
19. Little Tommy was reluctant to tell the schoolmaster _________ he had done the day before.