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Ppt 1.1a


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Ppt 1.1a

  1. 1. Lezione1.1a mercoledì 24 agostoPRIMI CONTATTI. <br />
  2. 2. Buongiorno, caristudenti, <br />oggiimparerete due cose:<br />Hi dear students, <br />Today, you’ll learn two things <br />1 – isalutithe greetings<br />2 – La differenzatra “tu” e “Lei”<br />the difference between informal “you” and polite “you”<br />Cominciamodalnumero 1, isaluti<br /> Let’s start with nr. 1, the greetings<br />
  3. 3. I saluti<br />(greetings)<br />In Italia, come in America, cisisaluta in diversimodi a seconda del momentodellagiornata, giorno, pomeriggio, sera onotte<br />e se sivuoleesserecortesi<br />o informali. <br />In Italy, as in the U.S., people greet each other in different ways depending on the moment of the day (morning, afternoon, evening, night) and whether they want to be polite or informal .<br />Per esempio, probabilmentesapeteche“ciao” è un salutoinformale, chevabene per gliamici. “Buongiorno” invece è cortese e formale.<br />For example, you probably know that “ciao” is an informal greeting that is good with friends. “Buongiorno” is instead formal and polite<br />
  4. 4. Eccounagriglia con isaluti<br />Here is a pattern with the greetings<br />Informale<br />formale<br />Quandosiarriva<br />(When you arrive) <br />Quandosiva via<br />(When you leave) <br />Quandosiarriva<br />(When you arrive) <br />Quandosiva via<br />(When you leave) <br />Ciao<br />(bye bye)<br />Buongiorno<br />(good morning, hello)<br />Ciao<br />(Hi, hello!)<br />ArrivederLa<br />(See you later)<br />Arrivederci<br />(See you later)<br />Buonpomeriggio<br />(good afternoon) <br />Di giorno(during the day)<br />ArrivederLa<br />(See you later)<br />Buona sera<br />(good evening)<br />Ciao<br />(Hi, hello!)<br />Ciao<br />(bye bye)<br />Buonanotte(good night)<br />Buonanotte(good night)<br />Di sera (in the evening)<br />e di notte(and at night)<br />
  5. 5. 2 - La differenzatra “tu” e “Lei”<br />(difference between “you” informal and …. “you” polite)<br />In inglese, “you” è l’unicaparola per rivolgersi a una persona direttamente. In italianoinveceabbiamo due parole chesignificano “you”.<br />E cioè:<br />In English, “you” is the only word used to address a person directly. On the contrary, in Italian we have two words to say “you.” These words are:<br />tu<br />Which means “you” one person, informal , used with friends <br />Lei <br />Which means “you” formal and polite, used with persons we don’t know or when we want to show respect. “Lei” is ALWAYS capitalized, like you were talking to….Your Majesty <br />Plus, there is a third one <br />-- voifor “you all,” both formal and informal. We’ll learn later about it <br />
  6. 6. Tuttochiaro? <br />Ora, vai a pagina 8 del libro “Espresso” e ascoltal’audio 01. Il file è nel folder del capitolo 1. Poi completal’eserciziosottostante, sempre a pagina 8.<br />Everything all right? Now, go to page 8 of your book and listen to the audio file 01. The audio file is in the folder of chapter 1. Then, complete the exercise below at page 8.<br />L’eserciziochiede:<br />“Comecisisalutaneivarimomentidellagiornata? Completa la tabella, con il Lei e con iltu”. Dovrestesapere come rispondere a questopunto. Nellaprossima slide c’ècomunque la risposta.<br />The exercise asks, “How do you greet people in the different times of the day? Complete the table with the ‘you polite’ and with the ‘you’ informal.” At this point, you should know how to answer. Anyway, you can find the answer in the next slide.<br />
  7. 7. Neivarimomentidellagiornata<br />cisisalutacosì:<br />Here are the greetings in the different times of the day:<br />Buongiorno<br />(good morning)<br />Buona sera<br />(good evening)<br />Con il “Lei”<br />Con il “tu”<br />(But also for plural “voi” informal)<br />Ciao<br />(Hi, hello)<br />Ciao<br />(Hi, hello)<br />E ora un po’ di pratica. Nelleprossime slides vedraidelleimmagini e dovrairisponderealladomanda: come saluti? Con un click, la slide mostra la risposta, ma cerca di arrivarci prima autonomamente. <br />And now let’s practice. In the next slides, you’ll see some pictures, and you’ll have to say how you’d greet. By clicking, the answer will show up. But try first to answer on your own. OK?<br />
  8. 8. Come lo saluti?<br />How do you greet him?<br />Risposta:<br />Answer<br />Ciao!<br />
  9. 9. Come lo saluti?<br />How do you greet him?<br />Risposta:<br />Answer<br />Buongiorno,<br />professore.<br />(professor is masculine)<br />
  10. 10. Come la saluti?<br />How do you greet her?<br />Risposta:<br />Answer<br />Buona sera,<br />signora<br />
  11. 11. Come lisaluti?<br />How do you greet them?<br />Risposta:<br />Answer<br />Ciao, ragazzi<br />(Hi, guys)<br />
  12. 12. Come la saluti?<br />How do you greet her?<br />Risposta:<br />Answer<br />Buongiorno<br />(But also buona sera if it’s night… and by the way, happy birthday too, Buoncompleanno!) <br />
  13. 13. Come lo saluti?<br />How do you greet him?<br />Risposta:<br />Answer<br />Ciao!<br />
  14. 14. Come lisaluti?<br />How do you greet them?<br />Risposta:<br />Answer<br />Probably with a sequence of music notes, but I think “ciao” or “buona sera” is fine too!<br />
  15. 15. Orafail’auto-verifica e l’esercizio 1 a pagina 114.Ricordachedomande molto similisaranno parte dell’ esame 1, quindicerca di imparareisalutiaccuratamente. Now, do the self-test and the exercise 1 at page 114.Keep in mind that similar questions will be part of the graded exam 1, so try to learn the greetings properly.<br />Dopol’auto-verificapuoipassarealla power-point successiva e finire la lezione di oggi.<br />After the self-test, you can go to the following power-point and complete <br />today’s lecture<br />