direction [dəˈrekʃn] 方向；方位
way [weɪ] 路，方法
lost [lɒst] 迷路的；遗失（是lose的过去式）
Excuse me. 劳驾；请原谅。
hospital [ˈhɒspɪtl] 医院
straight [streɪt] 笔直地；直的
ahead [əˈhed] 向前
right [raɪt] 右；右边的；正好
left [left] 左；左边的
miss [mɪs] 错过；想念
bank [bæŋk] 银行
post office [pəust ˈɔfis] 邮局
zoo [zu:] 动物园
restaurant [ˈrestrɒnt] 饭店;酒楼
police station [pəˈli:s ˈsteiʃən] 警察局
Unit 11 Can you tell me the way?
Janet: Oh dear! I think we’re lost.
Ben: Let’s go and ask the lady over there.
Janet: Excuse me. Can you tell me the way to the hospital, please?
Lady: Of course. Let me see. Go straight ahead then turn right at the second crossing.
Ben: Is the hospital on the left or on the right?
Lady: It’s the building on your right, opposite the school. You can’t miss it.
Janet and Ben: Thank you so much.
over there 在那边
the way to 去…..的路
turn right 向右转
on the left 在左边
of course 当然
at the second crossing 在第二个十字路口
be lost 迷路
let me see 让我想想
next to the school 在学校隔壁
go straight ahead 向前直走
the third building on the right 右手边的第三栋建筑
1. ---Can you tell me the way the hospital, please?
---Go straight ahead then turn right at the second crossing.
2. ---Is the hospital on the left or on the right?
---It is on the right.
3. ---Thank you so much.
--- You’re welcome.
We are lost.
Can you tell me the way to…, please?
Can you tell me how to go to…, please?
Is it on the left or on the right?
(1)Let me see.
(2)Go straight ahead.
(3)Turn right at the second crossing.
= Take the second right.
(4)The hospital is the third building on the left.
(5)It’s next to be…
(6)You can’t miss it.
( ) 1. A. near B. pear C. year D. dear
( ) 2. A. food B. cook C. room D. school
( ) 3. A. many B. get C. any D. hat
( ) 4. A. seat B. read C. sweater D. mean
( ) 1. ---Can you tell me the way to the hotel?
---Well, go straight and ____,it's____your right.
A. turn left;in
B. turn the left; on
C. turn right;on
D. turn the right; in
( ) 2. Can you tell me_______way to the hospital, please?
A. a B. an C. the D. /
( ) 3. The hotel is______ your left.
A. in B. on C. at D. over
( ) 4. Turn right_______the second crossing.
A. at B. on C. in D. of
( ) 5. The shop is in front_______the park.
A. for B. in C. on D. of
( ) 6. Let’s go and_______the police.
A. asking B. asks C. ask D. answer
( )7. ---Excuse me, is there a supermarket near here?
---Yes, _______this street and turn left at the second turning. You’ll see it onyour left.
A. go to B. come along C. come to D. go along
1. When people go travelling, they usually stay in ah_______for the night.
2. Doctors andn urses work in a h_______.
3. The b_______isa safe place to keep your money.
4. When you see a film you usually go to a c_______.
5. If you don’t want to cook, you may eat in a r_______.
6. You can see shows of old things in a m_______.
7. Children go to a s_______to learn to read and write, and learn about the world.
8. You can see lots of animal in a z_______.
A: Excuse me, can you tell me the way to the1._______?
B: Go along this2._______, and then turn3._______at the 4._______crossing.It's on your5. _______.
A: 6._______is it from here?
B: About two kilometers7._______.
A: Thanks a lot.
B: You're 8._______.
What do youusually do on the weekends? I often I go to the park to play football.Sometimes I go to the cinema to see a film with my good friends. The park isnot far. I go there on foot. I walk straight for about 15 minutes. Then turnleft. The park is on the right. But the cinema is far. It’s next to thebookstore. I go there by the No. 106 bus, and get off at the bookstore. Thenwalk east. It’s in front of us. What about you? Where do you usually go on yourweekends?
（）1. I usually read books in the park on theweekends.
（）2. I usually go the cinema by bus.
（）3. The park is far. The cinema is near.
（）4. I can go to the cinema by the No. 106 bus.
（）5. I often go to the cinema with my goodfriends on the weekends.
Sally’s oldgrandfather lived with her. Every morning he went for a walk in the park andcame home at half past twelve for his lunch. But one morning a police carstopped near Sally’s house at twelve o’clock, and two policemen helped hergrand- father to get out. One of them said to Sally, “The old man lost his wayin the park and called us for help, so we sent a car to bring him home.” Sallywas very surprised (惊讶),but she thanked the policemen and they left. “But, grandfather,” she asked,“you go to the park every day for twenty years. How did you lose your way?” Theold man smiled and said, “I didn’t lose my way. I was just tired and didn’twant to walk home.”
（） 1. Sally’s grandfather didn’t go for a walkin the park every morning.
（） 2. One morning a police car stopped nearSally’s house.
（） 3. Sally’s old grandfather lost his way andcalled the policemen for help.
（） 4. Sally thanked the policemen and theyleft.
（） 5. The old man didn’t lose his way, he wasjust tired and didn’t want to walk home.”
一、1.in front of 2.opposite
3.on your right 4.go straight ahead
5.turn left 6.at the first crossing
7.next to 8.Excuse me
二、1.B 2.B 3.D 4.C
三、1.C 2.C 3.B 4.A
5.D 6.C 7.D
四、1.ostel 2.ospital 3.ank 4.inema
5.estaurant 6.useum 7.chool 8.oo
五、1.shopping center 2.street 3.left 4.third
5.right 6.How far 7.away 8.welcome
六、A 1.F 2.T 3.F 4.T 5.F
B 1.F 2.T 3.F 4.T 5.T