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Đề ti: UNit 3--PArties

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    Smile UNit 3--PArties

    Unit 3 :


    Topic lần này là PArties mọi người ui , 2 tuần tới ở đây có bạn nào SN hem , chúng ta cùng vào bài nhá :

    1. Reading

    a) Before you read :

    Phần này chúng ta đi tìm hiểu về phong cách ăn uống của các nước nha , xem nó giống và khác VN ở chỗ nào , dây cũng là cách giúp các bạn tăng từ vựng đấy :

    Table manners

    Table manners are the etiquette used when eating. This includes the appropriate use of utensils. Different cultures have different standards for table manners. Many table manners evolved out of practicality. For example, it is generally impolite to put elbows on tables since doing so creates a risk of tipping over bowls and cups. Within different families or groups, there may be less rigorous enforcement of some traditional table manners of their culture while still maintaining others. For example, some families ignore elbows on the table or mixing of foods.

    ( Các bạn đọc đj , tra từ rùi từ nào ko biết có thể hỏi nha )


    CÒn bi h là TABLE MANNER của các nước trên thế giới :

    American table manners VS Chinese table manners
    ( Nào mình cùng xem tây tàu ăn uống khác nhau như nào )

    1. American table manners

    • Chew with your mouth closed.
    • When a dish is presented, the food is served to one's plate and then passed on to the next person.
    • Do not talk at an excessively loud volume.
    • Never leave home hungry. Leave for your destination at least half full just in case your host is late in preparing dinner or the food is displeasing.
    • If at all possible, refrain from coughing or sneezing at the table.
    • Never tilt back your chair while at the table, or at any other time.
    • Tea or coffee should never be poured into the saucer to cool but should be sipped from the cup. Alternatively, ice may be used to cool either.
    • Do not make unbecoming noises while eating.
    • Do not play with food or table utensils.
    • Do not single out or chastise someone who has shown poor table manners.
    • Do not put your elbows on the table or slouch (This has however recently become commonly accepted. However in formal situations it is still inappropriate).
    • The fork is used to convey any solid food to the mouth.
    • Eat soup noiselessly and with the side of the spoon.
    • Do not eat food with your fingers unless you are eating foods customarily eaten with fingers, such as bread, french fries, chicken wings, pizza, etc.
    • Do not start eating until every person is served. Alternatively, wait until the host/hostess lifts his/her fork (or spoon).
    • The fork may be used by either the left or the right hand.
    • When serving, serve from the left and pick up the dish from the right. Beverages are both served and removed from the right.
    • Always ask the host or hostess to be excused before leaving the table.
    • A prayer may be customary in some families, and the guests should join in even if they are not religious or do not follow the same religion. Most prayers are made before the meal is eaten. The Hutterites pray both before and after a meal.
    • Utensils are used either in the American or the Continental fashion -- either is correct.
    • When using paper napkins, never ball them up or allow stains to show.
    • Do not look at anyone while he or she is eating. It is very rude.
    • Keep your napkin on your lap.
    • Do not ask to take some of your uneaten food away from the meal after it ends, especially when having a formal dinner.
    • Never talk on your phone at table. If urgent, ask host or hostess to be excused, and go outside. Apologize when returned.
    • It is acceptable in most places to not finish all of the food on your plate.
    • Bread plates are to the left of the main plate, beverage glasses are to the right.
    • Use your silverware from the outside moving inward toward the main plate. Salad fork, knife and soup spoon are further from the main plate than the main course knife, fork and spoon. Dessert utensils are either placed above the main plate or served with dessert.
    • Do not place your napkin on your lap until the host does. This signals the beginning of dinner.
    • Follow the Always Sometimes Never rule. Hands should always be visible, forearms sometimes visible, and elbows never visible. This is to be as culturally aware as possible.
    • The knife blade should be placed on the edge of your plate when not in use. The blade should always face inward.
    • When finished with your meal, place your knife and fork with handles at the 4 o'clock position and the tines of the fork down to signal to the server you are done.

    KHiếp thật ăn uống j` mà phức tạp thế

    2. Chinese table manners
    ( h đến phong tục của phưong đông chúng ta rùi )

    • These are mostly concerned with the use of chopsticks. Otherwise generally Chinese table manners are rather more informal, what would be considered rude in other cultures such as talking with the mouth full may be acceptable.
    • Chopsticks must always be held in the correct manner. It should be held between the thumb and fingers of the right hand,
    • Chopsticks are traditionally held in the right hand only, even by the left-handed. Although chopsticks may now be found in either hand, a few still consider left-handed chopstick use improper etiquette. One explanation for the treatment of such usage as improper is that this can symbolise argument, as the chopsticks may collide between the left-handed and right-handed user.
    • When communal chopsticks are supplied with shared plates of food, it is considered impolite to use your own chopsticks to pick up the food from the shared plate or eat using the communal chopsticks. An exception to this rule is made in intimate family dinners where family members may not mind the use of one's own chopsticks to transfer food.
    • The blunt end of the chopsticks is sometimes used to transfer food from a common dish to your own plate or bowl (never your mouth).
    • Never wave your chopsticks around as if they were an extension of your hand gestures, bang them like drumsticks, or use them to move bowls or plates.
    • Decide what to pick up before reaching with chopsticks. Do not hover around or poke looking for special ingredients. After you have picked up an item, do not put it back in the dish.
    • When picking up a piece of food, never use the tips of your chopsticks to poke through the food as if you were using a fork. Exceptions include tearing larger items apart such as vegetables. In informal use, small, difficult to pick-up items such as cherry tomatoes or fishballs may be stabbed but this use is frowned upon by traditionalists.
    • Chopsticks can be rested horizontally on one's plate or bowl to keep them off the table entirely. A chopstick rest can also be used to keep the points off the table.
    • Never stab chopsticks into a bowl of rice, leaving them standing upwards. Any stick-like object facing upward resembles the incense sticks that some Asians use as offerings to deceased family members. This is considered the ultimate faux pas on the dining table.
    • Chinese traditionally eat rice from a small bowl held in the left hand. The rice bowl is raised to the mouth and the rice pushed into the mouth using the chopsticks. Some Chinese find it offensive to scoop rice from the bowl using a spoon. If rice is served on a plate, as is more common in the West, it is acceptable and more practical to eat it with a fork or spoon. The thumb must always be above the edge of the bowl.
    • It is acceptable to transfer food to people who have a close relation with you (e.g. parents, grandparents, children or significant others) if you noticed they are having difficulty picking up the food. Also it is a sign of respect to pass food to the elderly first before the dinner starts (part of the Confucian tradition of respecting seniors).
    • Traditionally, it is polite for the youngest members of the table to address each and everyone of the elderly members of the table before a meal starts and literally tell them to "eat rice", which means "go ahead and start the meal", to show respect.
    • The host should always make sure the guests drinks are sufficiently full
    • When people wish to clink drinks together in the form of a cheer, it is important to observe that younger members should clink the edge of their drink below the edge of an elder to show respect.

    QUa đây mọi người biết đường mà ăn uống nhé
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    Tha hồ học hnh nha mọi người , giờ chng ta mới đj vo reading n

    1. Mnh cng ngm cứu 1 số loại parties nha

    a) Birthday party

    High school students celebrate at a birthday party.A birthday party is a celebration that occurs to celebrate the birth of the person being honored. Birthday parties are celebrated in many cultures. While a child's party is usually at home and consists of soft drinks and sweet food as well as savory, adults' birthday parties in Western countries often take place in bars or nightclubs where a range of alcoholic beverages are consumed.

    In Western cultures, particularly in the United States, birthday parties are often accompanied by colorful decorations such as streamers and balloons. A birthday cake is often served with candles that are to be blown out after a "birthday wish" has been made. While the birthday cake is brought to the table, the song Happy Birthday to You is sung. Wealthy people or celebrities may hire an event management agency or a party service to organize a birthday party.

    b) Housewarming party( khnh thnh nh đấy )

    A housewarming party is held when a person, couple, or family moves into a new house or apartment. It is an occasion for the hosts to present their new home to their friends, and for friends to gather, socialize, and enjoy refreshments such as alcoholic drinks and snack foods. In some cases, the friends and family members who are invited may bring gifts for the new home. Housewarming parties are generally informal, and there are usually no planned activities besides a tour of the new house

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    d) New Year's party

    A young man celebrates a New Year's Party at a hotel in TortosaA New Year's Party is usually hosted in a person's house on New Year's Eve to celebrate the changing of the calendar. Champagne is a traditional beverage served. Many hotels, bars, and restaurants also sponsor New Year's Parties, and hand out gift bags that include funny hats, streamers, balloons, and noisemakers used before and after the countdown to the new year. Famous New Years party television shows include Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve and Hootenanny.

    e) Office party

    Office parties are social events held by corporations or businesses at the site of the business or in a restaurant or bar. These celebrations can coincide with seasonal holidays (e.g., Christmas) or an important date for the company. Office parties are held because they give employees a chance to interact in a less formal atmosphere, which can boost the morale of the employees.


    Parties for teens and young adults

    Several types of parties that are mainly held by teens and young adults are house parties, dance parties, and outdoor parties. In the United States and the United Kingdom the term house party refers to a type of party where large groups of people get together at a private house, to socialize and consume alcoholic beverages. House parties which center around the consumption of beer which is pumped from a keg into plastic cups are called keg parties (or "Keggers"). These parties are popular in the US amongst college students, but are technically illegal for anyone under the age of 21 to attend, and often, even older party-goers run afoul of the law for violating ordinances regulating noise and disorderly conduct

    Dance parties

    Dance parties are gatherings in bars or community centers where the guests dance to pop and dance music such as house music or techno. The music for dance parties is usually selected and played by a DJ over a PA system or a powerful stereo system. Conversation is not an integral part of these parties as those who attend express themselves through their dancing and by gesturing.
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    c) Dinner party

    A dinner party is a formal social gathering at which people eat dinner together, usually in the host's own home. At the least formal dinner parties, a buffet of food is provided on a table or counter, and the guests choose items from the buffet and eat standing up as they talk and mingle. At the most formal dinner parties, dinner is served at a dining table with place settings. Dinner parties are sometimes preceded by a cocktail party, a social gathering in a living room or bar where guests drink alcoholic cocktails as they mingle. Women guests may wear cocktail dresses. Cocktail parties are often held as a prelude to a dinner party.

    Outdoor parties

    Outdoor parties include bush parties and beach parties. Bush parties are a social event held in a secluded area of forest (or "bush") in which friends gather to drink beer and liquor and talk. These parties are often held around a bonfire to provide a source of light and warmth. Bush parties are widely associated with underage drinking [citation needed]. A beach party is usually held on a sandy shoreline of a lake, river, or sea, and the gathering often centers around a bonfire.

    A "crush party"

    A "crush party" is a party in a sorority or fraternity where sisters or brothers get a certain number of invitations (supposedly their "crushes") to give out to their friends who are not in their house to give to the "crushes" and they get invited without knowing who invited them. There can be some sort of revealing at the party where the guests find out who has a crush on them.

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    Western / Japanese Dining Etiquette

    Pre-set dinner settings and utensils upon arrival
    On the person’s left are: 3 forks (salad, dinner, & dessert)
    On the person’s right are: 2 spoons (soup & tea) and 1 butter knife

    Folded individual napkin :
    On lap signifies you’re beginning to dine
    On chair signifies you’re excusing yourself from the table
    On table signifies you’re done with your meal

    , to signal to the wait person that you’re done, cross your knife and fork on the dinner plate

    Rude to slurp your soup or belch; also, scoop the spoon away from you

    Wait until everyone is served a meal before commence eating

    Avoid eating too fast so that everyone can finish roughly the same time

    Chew with your mouth close

    Never reach over someone else’s plate

    Avoid getting off your seat to reach a dish at a far end of the table; it is more preferable to politely ask a neighbor to pass the desired dish


    Unique Dinning Etiquette of Japan
    Japanese dishes are served either on the table for all the dinner company present or separately for each guest, set on a small, square meal-tray. Other notable dinner etiquette applicable during a Japanese meal are

    The lid of the rice bowl is placed upside down outside of the tray to the left. Soon afterward, the lid of the soup-bowl should be placed on the guest’s right. When eating politely, it is proper to put the bowl of food on the left palm.

    A second helping of rice or soup may be served on a separate tray by the host. The guests must warmly accept the bowl with both hands, taking care to put it down on their trays once before beginning to eat from it again.

    A morsel from a dish should be followed by a mouthful of rice.

    As a rule, no napkins are used in a Japanese meal. The guest uses either a paper or handkerchief he has with him.

    At the end of the meal the tips of the chopsticks are dipped in tea poured into the empty rice-bowl and then wiped off on a clean piece of paper. All the lids are replaced.

    The guest says, "Gochisoo sama" with a bow. This concludes the dinner at a Japanese house.



    Manipulation of Chopsticks in Japan
    Chopsticks should be placed on the table pointing to the diner’s left, with the tips resting on the ‘hashioki’. Take the chopsticks in your right hand and transfer them to the left hand. Then take the proper grip on them with the fingers of the right hand.

    DO NOT use your chopsticks to shift dishes around

    DO NOT wave your chopsticks about in the air while trying to decide what to eat next

    DO NOT rummage about in the food looking for the tastiest morsel

    DO NOT pick up a dish with the hand that is holding the chopsticks

    DO NOT point your chopsticks at people when you are eating; never lick them or spear food with the points

    DO NOT hold the chopsticks with your fist, since this appears as if they are being held as a weapon to hurt people

    Also, put the chopsticks on the chopstick rest when not in use. This offers a convenient position to rest your eating utensils without worrying about unclean surfaces making contact with the points. Generally available at the more expensive or classier dining rooms.


    Other Differences
    Table Manners of Japan

    1.Westerners are often taught not to make a noise when eating soup, whereas, in Japan it’s okay to slurp one’s noodles

    2.Don’t start eating the soup as soon as it is placed in front of you, because Japanese meals are usually served all at once, rather than as separate courses, so wait until all the food is on the table and everyone is ready before you begin

    3.Vertical planting of hashi in rice bowl reflects how rice is offered by Buddhists to their deceased ancestors. This is a sign of mourning for the dead.

    4.Before starting a meal, say "Itadakimasu"; after finishing, say "Gochisoosama."

    On the other hand, it is common in American culture for traditional families to say a word of grace and thanksgiving before commencing dinner. It ranges from a prayer of love and thanks to God for His provisions, blessings, and grace over the food to the less tactful saying, "Rubber dub-dub, thanks for the grub."

    Source :http://asiarecipe.com/japetiquette.html
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    Eating Scenarios for Westerners

    Ực ực.....thèm quá....cắn chẳng được......ko giè đau khổ hơn .....

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    Scenario 1( viễn cảnh 1)

    Tom was at the dinner table for the first time with his new host family. His host mother, Mrs. Yoshida, was a good cook, and there was plenty of food on the table. Tom enjoyed the meal as well as the pleasant conversation. He ate so much that he felt absolutely stuffed. When he said, "Totemo oishikatta desu. Gochisoosama deshita." (It was delicious. Thank you for the meal."), both host parents insisted that he eat more, saying, "Mada takusan arimasu kara, motto doozo" (There is plenty more, so please eat more.") Tom declined their offer very politely by saying he had had enough, but they insisted again. Tom was dismayed but he felt hesitant about resisting their offer. He put more food on his plate and finished it somehow.

    Why did Tom end up eating more than he wanted?

    A. It is customary in Japan for hosts to insist on their guests’ taking more. Tom didn’t have to eat extra food if he didn’t want any more.
    B. It is a Japanese custom to finish all the food on the dinner table. Tom’s host parents wanted him to have his share since there was still so much food left.
    C. Tom’s pronunciation was clumsy. His host parents didn’t understand what he said.
    D. Tom should have automatically declined the offer of more food repeatedly (even if he were still hungry!). In Japan, guests never eat "seconds"; when offered more food, Japanese people always firmly but politely decline.

    Scenario 2 ( viễn cảnh 2)
    Liz enjoys living in Japan, and she loves Japanese food. Japanese noodles are her favorite. She often has lunch at a small noodle restaurant near her downtown Tokyo apartment that’s owned by a well-known soba (buckwheat noodle) chain. She likes the place because the food is good, the price is reasonable, and the atmosphere is pleasant. But one thing bothers Liz: the customers slurp their noodles. Liz thinks of Japanese people as polite and refined, so it’s difficult for her to reconcile this image with the terrible manners of the noodle restaurant’s customers.

    What’s going on here?
    A.Japanese noodle-eating etiquette is, to Americans, unusual to say the least. In fact, Liz herself should learn to make the same noise and pick up her bowl to drink the soup that remains after the noodles have been slurped.
    B. Liz actually stumbled into a Taiwanese restaurant.
    C. This occurrence demonstrates a Japanese double standard: Japanese usually have beautiful manners only when foreigners are watching.
    D. Liz is neurotic. In the United States, the sound of crackers crumbling has the same effect on her.
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    B. a green tie
    C. blue jeans

    5. Jori knows Bob because:
    A. they work together in the same office.
    B. she is taking karate lessons from him.
    C. they met at a party two months ago.

    M nguồn:
    1.C 2.A 3.A 4.B 5.B
    Quizz Script

    Jori: Hi Dave. [Hi] Good to see you could make it. Come on in.

    Dave: Wow. Looks like the party is in full swing.

    Jori: Yeah. And they're eating me out of house and home. Oh, I'd like you to meet my sister, Carol. She's visiting for the weekend.

    Dave: Oh. Which one is she?

    Jori: She's sitting on the sofa over there.

    Dave: You mean the woman wearing the red sweater with the long black hair?

    Jori: Yeah. That's right. Let me introduce her to you. I just know you two will hit it off. You're both so outgoing and adventurous.

    Dave: Uh, and who's the man sitting next to her? Uh, the man with the suit jacket and flashy green tie?

    Jori: Oh, that's Bob, my karate teacher.

    Dave: Karate teacher! I never knew you were into karate.

    Jori: Yeah, I started about two months ago. Come on. I'd like you to meet them.

    # good to see you could make it : happy to see you could come
    - It's really good to see you could make it.

    # full swing (noun): at its high point
    - The party really got into full swing around midnight.

    # they're eating me out of house and home: they're eating all of my food
    - My teenagers have huge appetites and are eating me out of house and home.

    # hit it off (verb): get along well
    - My roommate and I hit it off from the very first day we moved in.

    # outgoing (adjective): very friendly and sociable
    - He is very outgoing and always makes newcomers feel comfortable at a party.

    # adventurous (adjective): willingness to try new things
    - If I were more adventurous, I think I would try mountain climbing.

    # flashy (adjective): brightly colored or unusually decorated beyond normal standards
    - She tends to wear flashy ski wear during the winter season.

    If you are invited to a party, be sure to ask what the dress is for the occasion (i.e., formal or informal). You don't want to go overdressed or underdressed for such events.
    Sửa l̀n cúi bởi FatJoe : 20-09-2007 lúc 08:59 PM

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