ENGLISH FOR TRAVELLING

AIRPORT ENGLISH

A: Welcome to Britian. May I see your passport please?

B: Sure. Here it is.

A: Where are you coming from?

B: I’m coming from Barcelona, Spain.

A: What is the purpose of your visit?

B: I’m here on a school trip.

A: How long are you planning to stay?

B: I’ll be staying for 5 days

A: Where will you be staying?

B: I’ll be staying at a hotel.

A: Have you ever been to Britain before?

B: No, this is my first time.

A: Do you have anything to declare?

B: No, nothing.

A: Enjoy your stay.

B: Thank you.

AT THE HOTEL

-) Is there a pool?

– What floor is the _________ on?

– Where is the restaurant located?

– Where can I find the toilets?

– What time is checkout?

– Room 365, please

– Could I have the key for room 365 please?

Conversation example

Front Desk: Welcome to the Wyatt Hotel. How may I help you?

Traveler: I’d like a room please?

Front Desk: Would you like a single or a double?

Traveler: I’d like a double, please?

Front Desk: May I have your name, please?

Traveler: Timothy Findley.

Front Desk: Could you spell that please?

Traveler: F-I-N-D-L-E-Y.

Front Desk: How many are in your party?

Traveler: Just two.

Front Desk: How many nights would you like to stay?

Traveler: Just tonight.

Front Desk: How will you be paying?

Traveler: Is Visa OK?

Front Desk: That’ll be fine. Would you like a wake-up call?

Traveler: Yes, I’d like a wake-up call for 6:30. Do you have a pool?

Front desk: Yes, we do. On the 2nd floor. Here’s your key. That room 405 on the fourth floor.

MEETING SOMEBODY/ INTRODUCTIONS

Personal Information:

I grew up in in ___________

I work for ____________

I’m into ____________

I have ________ brothers and ________ sisters.

In the future, I’d like to _______

Hello and Good bye

Nice weather, isn’t it?

How’s it going?

How are you doing?

What have you been up to?

It was nice talking to you.

Well, I’ve got to go now

DIRECTIONS

There are many ways to give directions. One common way is to give the name of the street and then some building nearby. Below are some examples:

It’s on Oak Street                     

It’s on the corner of  High St and 3rd avenue

It’s on 3rd Avenue  

across from the park

next to the hospital            

between the post office and the restaurant                SHOPPING

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Clerk: I really like that jacket! It looks good on you.
Customer: I don’t know.It’s more expensive than the other one.
Clerk: But it makes you look thin. I’ll tell you what: I’ll give you a 10% discount.
Customer: Alright. I’ll take it. How much is it?
Clerk: With tax, the total comes to $48.50. How would you like to pay?Customer: I’ll pay cash

AT THE RESTAURANT

Waiter: Are you ready to order?

Customer 1: I’d like the seafood spaghetti.

Waiter: Would you like anything to drink?

Customer1 : I’ll have a coke, please.

Waiter: And for you?

Customer 2: Just water, please.

Waiter: OK. So that’s one seafood spaghetti, one hamburger and fries, one coke, and one water. I’ll take your menus.

Customer1 :Thank you

. . .

Waiter: Here is your food. Enjoy your meal.

Customer1 :Thank you

. . .

Waiter: How was everything?

Customers 2: Delicious, thanks.

Waiter: Would you like anything for dessert?

Customer 1: No, just the bill please.

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