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    • Lesson 19
      • Sold out
      By Ying Weiqiao Supervisor: Victor GAOGE Zhejiang International Studies University
    • NCE II Lesson 19
      • Sold out
      By 应伟巧
    • To learn the new words!
    • 1. 'The play may begin at any moment,' I said. 2. 'It may have begun already,' Susan answered. 3. I hurried to the ticket office . 'May I have two tickets please?' I asked. 4. 'I'm sorry, we've sold out,' the girl said. 5. 'What a pity !' Susan exclaimed . 6. Just then, a man hurried to the ticket office. 7. 'Can I return these two tickets?' he asked. 8. 'Certainly,' the girl said. 9. I went back to the ticket office at once. 10. 'Could I have those two tickets please?' I asked. 11. 'Certainly,' the girl said, 'but they're for next Wednesday's performance. Do you still want them?' 12. 'I might as well have them,' I said sadly .
    • To learn the new verb patterns!
    • 1. 'The play may begin at any moment,' I said. 2. 'It may have begun already,' Susan answered. 3. I hurried to the ticket office . 'May I have two tickets please?' I asked. 4. 'I'm sorry, we've sold out,' the girl said. 5. 'What a pity !' Susan exclaimed . 6. Just then, a man hurried to the ticket office. 7. 'Can I return these two tickets?' he asked. 8. 'Certainly,' the girl said. 9. I went back to the ticket office at once. 10. 'Could I have those two tickets please?' I asked. 11. 'Certainly,' the girl said, 'but they're for next Wednesday's performance. Do you still want them?' 12. 'I might as well have them,' I said sadly .
    • To learn the organization of ideas!
    • Problems Solutions 课文结构
      • I went to buy tickets.
      • There were no tickets left.
      The problem The solution A man came to return the tickets ! The problem I might as well buy them! The solution The tickets were for next Wednesday's Performance.
    • To learn to tell two stories! Story from the new words Story of the passage
    • The story line for the new words
      • What are you going to do this weekend? ( 图画支持 )
      • Last weekend, I wanted to see the movie Pirates of the Caribbean. ( 图 )
      • If I want to see the movie, I need first to have a .... ticket. ( 图 )
      • To buy a ticket, I usually go to a .... ticket office. ( 图 )
      • So I went to get the ticket, after that I went to the .... Cinema. ( 图 )
      • The movie started at 8 pm( 图 ) and I left home at 7. ( 图 )
      • But the cinema is three blocks 马路 away. ( 图 ) So I had to ...hurry! ( 图 )
      • Why did I have to hurry?
      • Because the movie MAY start at any moment! ( 图 )
      • On my way to the cinema, ( 图 ) It started to rain. ( 图 )
      • Because I did not have an umbrella, ( 图 ) I went into a convenience shop ( 便利店 ) ( 图 ) nearby to buy an umbrella.
      • So what should I say to the shop assistant? ( 图 )
      • Could I.... Can I.... May I.... have an umbrella, please?
      • However, the shop assistant told me because the rain was very heavy, ( 图 ) many people came in ( 图 ) and took all the umbrellas away. The umbrellas were all sold out! ( 图 ) I felt very sad because the movie may have begun already. ( 图 )
      • So I shouted: "What a pity!" ( 图 ) I exclaimed sadly because I couldn't have an umbrella. So I arrived at the cinema like out of a swimming pool! ( 图 )
    • What are you going to do this weekend?
    • Go shopping Play football Do reading …… Play chess
    • What did you do last weekend ?
    • Go shopping Play football Do reading …… Play chess
    • But I went to see a movie. Pirates of the Caribbean
    • T i ck e t o ff i ce 售票处
      • T i ck e t n . 票
    • C i n e m a 电影院 Then
    • The film started at 8:00 . I left home at 7:00.
      • Several blocks ( 几个街区 )
      My apartment The cinema
      • Bus car
      By bus By car By taxi/cab … .
    • H u rr y V. 匆忙 Or I may … C i n e m a 电影院 In a word
    • Why did I have to hurry? Because The movie MAY start at any moment!
    • umbrella
    • Could / May / Can I … The umbrellas were all sold out ( 卖完) ! No umbrellas!
    • Oh, what a p i t y ( 可惜) ! E xcl ai m ( 大叫)
    • I am so s a d ! (伤心的) Exclaim ( 大叫 )
      • Let’s read this new story !
    • Lesson 19
      • Sold out
    • 'The play may begin at any moment,' I said. 'It may have begun already,' Susan answered. I hurried to the ticket office. 'May I have two tickets please?' I asked. 'I'm sorry, we've sold out,' the girl said. 'What a pity!' Susan exclaimed. Just then, a man hurried to the ticket office. 'Can I return these two tickets?' he asked. 'Certainly,' the girl said. I went back to the ticket office at once. 'Could I have those two tickets please?' I asked. 'Certainly,' the girl said, 'but they're for next Wednesday's performance. Do you still want them?' 'I might as well have them,' I said sadly.
    • 1. 'The play may begin at any moment,' I said. 2. 'It may have begun already,' Susan answered. 3. I hurried to the ticket office . 'May I have two tickets please?' I asked. 4. 'I'm sorry, we've sold out,' the girl said. 5. 'What a pity !' Susan exclaimed . 6. Just then, a man hurried to the ticket office. 7. 'Can I return these two tickets?' he asked. 8. 'Certainly,' the girl said. 9. I went back to the ticket office at once. 10. 'Could I have those two tickets please?' I asked. 11. 'Certainly,' the girl said, 'but they're for next Wednesday's performance. Do you still want them?' 12. 'I might as well have them,' I said sadly .
    • 1. 'The play may begin at any moment,' I said. 2. 'It may have begun already,' Susan answered. 3. I hurried to the ticket office . 'May I have two tickets please?' I asked. 4. 'I'm sorry, we've sold out,' the girl said. 5. 'What a pity !' Susan exclaimed . 6. Just then, a man hurried to the ticket office. 7. 'Can I return these two tickets?' he asked. 8. 'Certainly,' the girl said. 9. I went back to the ticket office at once. 10. 'Could I have those two tickets please?' I asked. 11. 'Certainly,' the girl said, 'but they're for next Wednesday's performance. Do you still want them?' 12. 'I might as well have them,' I said sadly .
      • After the role play, have you got the main idea of the text?
      Work in groups and discuss!
    • You can refer to …
      • What’s the problem?
      • What’s the solution ( 解决方法 ) to this problem?
      the main idea
      • I went to buy tickts.
      • There were no tickets left.
      The problem The solution A man came to return the tickets ! The problem I might as well buy them! The solution The tickets were for next Wednesday's Performance.
      • I went to the ticket office
      • But there was no ticket left.
      • I went back again
      • to buy them.
      • A man came to return the tickets .
      Outline That’s the point!
    • Now let's read it in detail
    • 1. 'The play may begin at any moment,' I said. 2. 'It may have begun already,' Susan answered. 3. I hurried to the ticket office. 'May I have two tickets please?' I asked. 4. 'I'm sorry, we've sold out,' the girl said. 5. 'What a pity!' Susan exclaimed. 6. Just then, a man hurried to the ticket office. 7. 'Can I return these two tickets?' he asked. 8. 'Certainly,' the girl said. 9. I went back to the ticket office at once. 10. 'Could I have those two tickets please?' I asked. 11. 'Certainly,' the girl said, 'but they're for next Wednesday's performance. Do you still want them?' 12. 'I might as well have them,' I said sadly.
    • Question
      • Why did the writer hurry to the ticket office?
    • 1. 'The play may begin at any moment,' I said. 2. 'It may have begun already,' Susan answered. 3. I hurried to the ticket office. 'May I have two tickets please?' I asked. 4. 'I'm sorry, we've sold out,' the girl said. 5. 'What a pity!' Susan exclaimed. 6. Just then, a man hurried to the ticket office. 7. 'Can I return these two tickets?' he asked. 8. 'Certainly,' the girl said. 9. I went back to the ticket office at once. 10. 'Could I have those two tickets please?' I asked. 11. 'Certainly,' the girl said, 'but they're for next Wednesday's performance. Do you still want them?' 12. 'I might as well have them,' I said sadly.
    • 1.'The play may begin at any moment,' I said. 2. ' It may have begun already,' Susan answered.
    • 1. 'The play may begin at any moment,' I said. 2. 'It may have begun already,' Susan answered. 3. I hurried to the ticket office. ' May I have two tickets please?' I asked. 4. 'I'm sorry, we've sold out,' the girl said. 5. 'What a pity!' Susan exclaimed. 6. Just then, a man hurried to the ticket office. 7. 'Can I return these two tickets?' he asked. 8. 'Certainly,' the girl said. 9. I went back to the ticket office at once. 10. 'Could I have those two tickets please?' I asked. 11. 'Certainly,' the girl said, 'but they're for next Wednesday's performance. Do you still want them?' 13. 'I might as well have them,' I said sadly.
    • Question
      • Why did the writer hurry to the ticket office?
    • 1. 'The play may begin at any moment,' I said. 2. 'It may have begun already,' Susan answered. 3. I hurried to the ticket office. 'May I have two tickets please?' I asked. 4. 'I'm sorry, we've sold out,' the girl said. 5. 'What a pity!' Susan exclaimed. 6. Just then, a man hurried to the ticket office. 7. 'Can I return these two tickets?' he asked. 8. 'Certainly,' the girl said. 9. I went back to the ticket office at once. 10. 'Could I have those two tickets please?' I asked. 11. 'Certainly,' the girl said, 'but they're for next Wednesday's performance. Do you still want them?' 12. 'I might as well have them,' I said sadly. Why?
    • To buy the tickets and the play may begin at any moment!
      • I hurried to the ticket office.
      So
    • 1. 'The play may begin at any moment,' I said. 2. 'It may have begun already,' Susan answered. 3. I hurried to the ticket office. 'May I have two tickets please?' I asked. 4. 'I'm sorry, we've sold out,' the girl said. 5. 'What a pity!' Susan exclaimed. 6. Just then, a man hurried to the ticket office. 7. 'Can I return these two tickets?' he asked. 8. 'Certainly,' the girl said. 9. I went back to the ticket office at once. 10. 'Could I have those two tickets please?' I asked. 11. 'Certainly,' the girl said, 'but they're for next Wednesday's performance. Do you still want them?' 12. 'I might as well have them,' I said sadly.
    • 1. 'The play may begin at any moment,' I said. 2. 'It may have begun already,' Susan answered. 3. I hurried to the ticket office. 'May I have two tickets please?' I asked. 4. 'I'm sorry, we've sold out,' the girl said. 5. 'What a pity!' Susan exclaimed. 6. Just then, a man hurried to the ticket office. 7. 'Can I return these two tickets?' he asked. 8. 'Certainly,' the girl said. 9. I went back to the ticket office at once. 10. 'Could I have those two tickets please?' I asked. 11. 'Certainly,' the girl said, 'but they're for next Wednesday's performance. Do you still want them?' 12. 'I might as well have them,' I said sadly.
    • 4. 'I'm sorry, we've sold out,' the girl said.
      • I hurried to the ticket office.
      So But “ we've sold out,” the girl said. To buy the tickets
    • 1. 'The play may begin at any moment,' I said. 2. 'It may have begun already,' Susan answered. 3. I hurried to the ticket office. 'May I have two tickets please?' I asked. 4. 'I'm sorry, we've sold out,' the girl said. 5. 'What a pity!' Susan exclaimed. 6. Just then, a man hurried to the ticket office. 7. 'Can I return these two tickets?' he asked. 8. 'Certainly,' the girl said. 9. I went back to the ticket office at once. 10. 'Could I have those two tickets please?' I asked. 11. 'Certainly,' the girl said, 'but they're for next Wednesday's performance. Do you still want them?' 12. 'I might as well have them,' I said sadly. How did Susan feel?
    • 5. 'What a pity!' Susan exclaimed. How did Susan feel?
    • 1. 'The play may begin at any moment,' I said. 2. 'It may have begun already,' Susan answered. 3. I hurried to the ticket office. 'May I have two tickets please?' I asked. 4. 'I'm sorry, we've sold out,' the girl said. 5. 'What a pity!' Susan exclaimed. 6. Just then, a man hurried to the ticket office. 7. 'Can I return these two tickets?' he asked. 8. 'Certainly,' the girl said. 9. I went back to the ticket office at once. 10. 'Could I have those two tickets please?' I asked. 11. 'Certainly,' the girl said, 'but they're for next Wednesday's performance. Do you still want them?' 12. 'I might as well have them,' I said sadly. Why?
    • 1. 'The play may begin at any moment,' I said. 2. 'It may have begun already,' Susan answered. 3 . I hurried to the ticket office. 'May I have two tickets please?' I asked. 4. 'I'm sorry, we've sold out,' the girl said. 5. 'What a pity!' Susan exclaimed. 6 . Just then, a man hurried to the ticket office. 7. 'Can I return these two tickets?' he asked. 8. 'Certainly,' the girl said. 9. I went back to the ticket office at once. 10. 'Could I have those two tickets please?' I asked. 11. 'Certainly,' the girl said, 'but they're for next Wednesday's performance. Do you still want them?' 12. 'I might as well have them,' I said sadly. Why?
    • 6. Just then, a man hurried to the ticket office. Why?
    • 1. 'The play may begin at any moment,' I said. 2. 'It may have begun already,' Susan answered. 3. I hurried to the ticket office. 'May I have two tickets please?' I asked. 4. 'I'm sorry, we've sold out,' the girl said. 5. 'What a pity!' Susan exclaimed. 6. Just then, a man hurried to the ticket office. 7. 'Can I return these two tickets?' he asked. 8. 'Certainly,' the girl said. 9. I went back to the ticket office at once. 10. 'Could I have those two tickets please?' I asked. 11. 'Certainly,' the girl said, 'but they're for next Wednesday's performance. Do you still want them?' 12. 'I might as well have them,' I said sadly.
    • 6. Just then, a man hurried to the ticket office. 7. 'Can I return these two tickets?' he asked. 8. 'Certainly,' the girl said.
    • Question
      • Why did this man hurry to the ticket office?
    • to return the tickets
      • This man hurried to the ticket office
      • I hurried to the ticket office.
      So But “ we've sold out,” the girl said. A Man came to return the tickets! Then To buy the tickets
    • 1. 'The play may begin at any moment,' I said. 2. 'It may have begun already,' Susan answered. 3. I hurried to the ticket office. 'May I have two tickets please?' I asked. 4. 'I'm sorry, we've sold out,' the girl said. 5. 'What a pity!' Susan exclaimed. 6. Just then, a man hurried to the ticket office. 7. 'Can I return these two tickets?' he asked. 8. 'Certainly,' the girl said. 9. I went back to the ticket office at once. 10. 'Could I have those two tickets please?' I asked. 11. 'Certainly,' the girl said, 'but they're for next Wednesday's performance. Do you still want them?' 13. 'I might as well have them,' I said sadly. Why?
    • 9. I went back to the ticket office at once. Why?
    • 1. 'The play may begin at any moment,' I said. 2. 'It may have begun already,' Susan answered. 3. I hurried to the ticket office. 'May I have two tickets please?' I asked. 4. 'I'm sorry, we've sold out,' the girl said. 5. 'What a pity!' Susan exclaimed. 6. Just then, a man hurried to the ticket office. 7. 'Can I return these two tickets?' he asked. 8. 'Certainly,' the girl said. 9. I went back to the ticket office at once. 10. 'Could I have those two tickets please?' I asked. 11. 'Certainly,' the girl said, 'but they're for next Wednesday's performance. Do you still want them?' 12. 'I might as well have them,' I said sadly.
    • 9. I went back to the ticket office at once. 10. ' Could I have those two tickets please?' I asked.
    • Go back
      • To buy
    • 1. 'The play may begin at any moment,' I said. 2. 'It may have begun already,' Susan answered. 3. I hurried to the ticket office. 'May I have two tickets please?' I asked. 4. 'I'm sorry, we've sold out,' the girl said. 5. 'What a pity!' Susan exclaimed. 6. Just then, a man hurried to the ticket office. 7. 'Can I return these two tickets?' he asked. 8. 'Certainly,' the girl said. 9. I went back to the ticket office at once. 10. 'Could I have those two tickets please?' I asked. 11. 'Certainly,' the girl said, 'but they're for next Wednesday's performance. Do you still want them?' 12. 'I might as well have them,' I said sadly.
    • . 11.'Certainly,' the girl said, 'but they're for next Wednesday's performance. Do you still want them?' 12. 'I might as well have them,' I said sadly.
    • 1. 'The play may begin at any moment,' I said. 2. 'It may have begun already,' Susan answered. 3. I hurried to the ticket office. 'May I have two tickets please?' I asked. 4. 'I'm sorry, we've sold out,' the girl said. 5. 'What a pity!' Susan exclaimed. 6. Just then, a man hurried to the ticket office. 7. 'Can I return these two tickets?' he asked. 8. 'Certainly,' the girl said. 9. I went back to the ticket office at once. 10. 'Could I have those two tickets please?' I asked. 11. 'Certainly,' the girl said, 'but they're for next Wednesday's performance. Do you still want them?' 12. 'I might as well have them,' I said sadly. What does it mean?
    • 12. 'I might as well have them,' I said sadly . What does it mean?
    • 12. 'I might as well have them,' I said sadly . What does it mean?
      • I hurried to the ticket office.
      So But “ we've sold out,” the girl said. A Man came to return the tickets! Then To buy the tickets I went back again to buy the tickets. Then
      • I went to buy tickts.
      • There were no tickets left.
      The problem The solution A man came to return the tickets ! The problem I might as well buy them! The solution The tickets were for next Wednesday's Performance.
      • I went to the ticket office,
      • But there was no ticket left.
      • I wen back again
      • to buy them.
      • A man came to return the tickets .
      Outline
    • 'The play may begin at any moment,' I said. 'It may have begun already,' Susan answered. I hurried to the ticket office. 'May I have two tickets please?' I asked. 'I'm sorry, we've sold out,' the girl said. 'What a pity!' Susan exclaimed. Just then, a man hurried to the ticket office. 'Can I return these two tickets?' he asked. 'Certainly,' the girl said. I went back to the ticket office at once. 'Could I have those two tickets please?' I asked. 'Certainly,' the girl said, 'but they're for next Wednesday's performance. Do you still want them?' 'I might as well have them,' I said sadly.
    • 'The play may begin at any moment ,' I said. 'It may have begun already,' Susan answered. I hurried to the ticket office . 'May I have two tickets please ? ' I asked. 'I'm sorry , we've sold out ,' the girl said. 'What a pity!' Susan exclaimed. Just then, a man hurried to the ticket office . 'Can I return these two tickets ?' he asked. ' Certainly ,' the girl said. I went back to the ticket office at once. 'Could I have those two tickets please?' I asked. 'Certainly,' the girl said, 'but they're for next Wednesday's performance . Do you still want them?' 'I might as well have them,' I said sadly .
    • 'The play may begin at any moment ,' I said. 'It may have begun already,' Susan answered. I hurried to the ticket office . 'May I have two tickets please ? ' I asked. 'I'm sorry , we've sold out ,' the girl said. 'What a pity!' Susan exclaimed. Just then, a man hurried to the ticket office . 'Can I return these two tickets ?' he asked. ' Certainly ,' the girl said. I went back to the ticket office at once. 'Could I have those two tickets please?' I asked. 'Certainly,' the girl said, 'but they're for next Wednesday's performance . Do you still want them?' 'I might as well have them,' I said sadly .
      • The play may begin at any moment.
      • It may have begun already.
      They/He/She/It may … 可能性 Let’s review!
    • Let’s review!
      • May I have two tickets please?
      • Can I return these two tickets?
      • Could I have those two tickets please ?
      May/Can /Could I , …please? “ Could ” is much more polite!
    • Assignment 作业
      • 写一篇小作文:
      • 1. 内容不限,但文中必须有 “ may, can, could” 等词(这些词表示推断,或请求), 同学们可以根据自己丰富的想象力设计一个场景( situation ) 来写。
      • 2. 若能运用今天学的单词那就更好!
      • 3. 字数 50-100 左右。
      Bonus 有加分哦!
      • Thanks!