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Here is some useful vocabulary to describe hotel rooms and facilities, and phrases to book a hotel room. Do you have any double rooms left for the weekend? Do you have any double rooms available this weekend? What time is check-in? Are all your rooms ensuite? Is there a lift? For more information, see our page, How to make a booking in English.
This is a hotel vocabulary list. You will find here definitions of vocabulary items related to hotels along with clear examples. Another word for hotel is inn. I was waiting in the lobby when I saw her coming to the reception desk. A lodging establishment typically featuring a series of rooms whose entrance is near a parking lot normally located near a major highway. John: I am tired. I need some sleep.
Planning to take a trip to a French-speaking destination soon? If so, this list of vocabulary related to hotels and accommodations should come in handy. From the different types of accommodations to the amenities and services, booking and paying for a hotel room should be a breeze with this little guide. You can also download this list in PDF format to save on your computer or your mobile device.
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Vocabulary exercise to learn words to talk about staying in a hotel. Jump to navigation.
The tourism industry including hotels, travel services, airlines and airports and related services have a lot of specific terminology. Role plays and speaking activities can help prepare students for internships or jobs in the tourism and hospitality fields. Hotel reception listening and conversation PDF. Subscribe to get full access to the latest and best resources from eslflow.
Below you will find listed all the different exercises that you can do to learn or improve your use of vocabulary for travel and holidays e. For each exercise there is a description of what it is about and what level of English you need to do it from 'lower-intermediate' to 'advanced'. To learn vocabulary for places and the natural world e. This is me, Chris Clayton, the owner and main writer for Blair English. I'm also a part-time English teacher in sunny Spain. I have a love of history and the web. I hope you find the website useful.
Below are some typical dialogues between a hotel receptionist at The Grand Woodward Hotel and a guest. Here you will find typical conversations that deal with making reservations, checking in and also checking out. Receptionist: Good morning. Welcome to The Grand Woodward Hotel. Client: Hi, good morning. I'd like to make a reservation for the third weekend in September.
Могу я поинтересоваться, кто со мной говорит. - А-а… Зигмунд Шмидт, - с трудом нашелся Беккер. - Кто вам дал наш номер. - La Guia Telefonica - желтые страницы. - Да, сэр, мы внесены туда как агентство сопровождения. - Да-да, я и ищу спутницу. - Беккер понял, что совершил какой-то промах.
Свет внутрь проникал через маленькие амбразуры-окна, расположенные по спирали через каждые сто восемьдесят градусов. Он в ловушке. Дэвид Беккер умрет. Халохот поднимался вверх с пистолетом в руке, прижимаясь вплотную к стене на тот случай, если Беккер попытается напасть на него сверху.
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