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  • What is your favourite holiday destination?
  • Why do people travel? to visit new places to make new friends to practice English to meet people to watch attractions to learn a new culture Reasons for going abroad
  • How can people travel?
    • By train
    • By bus
    • By plane
    • By ship
    • By car
    • On foot
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  • What can transport for travelling be like?
    • Comfortable
    • Safe
    • Economical
    • Polluting
    • Fast
    • Reliable
    • Dangerous
    • Expensive
    • Convenient
    • Relaxing
    • Slow
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  • Where can people stay?
    • campsites
    • self-catering cottages or flats
    • hotels
    • bed & breakfast
    • youth hostels
    • holiday camps
    • guesthouses
    • caravans
  • Hotels looking for something new ● A tree-house hotel, India ● Ice hotel, Sweden ● Under the sea hotel, Miami ● Wigwam hotel, the USA
  • Ways of spending holiday time
    • sailing
    • windsurfing
    • sightseeing
    • hiking
    • eating out
    • camping
    • sunbathing
    • water skiing
    • hitchhiking
    • package tour
  • Tourist attractions
    • Natural Man-made Event
    • attractions attractions attractions
    Niagara waterfalls Parade on Independence Day Statue of Liberty
  • Making up a leaflet
    • Make up your own leaflets. Write about
    • Country
    • Location
    • P eculiar feature s
    • Capital
    • Main cities
    • Language
    • Money
    • Climate/weather
    • Places to visit/Sightseeing
    • Entertainments (free time activities)
    • Shopping
    • Food
    • Places to sleep  
    • Any other interesting information
    • Did you like our lesson?
    • Would you like to have such lessons later?
    • What was difficult for you during the lesson?
  •  
  • Aircraft Passenger Pilot Hand luggage Flight Attendant Boarding pass Travel Vocabulary
  • At the Airport Dialogues CHECKING IN A: - Good morning. Can I have your ticket, please? B: - Here you are. A: - Would you like a window or an aisle seat? B: - An aisle seat, please. A:- Do you have any baggage? B: - Yes, these suitcases and this carry-on bag. A: - Here's your boarding pass. Have a nice flight. B: - Thank you.
  • PASSPORT CONTROL A: - Good morning. Can I see your passport? B: - Here you are. A: - Thank you very much. Are you a tourist or on business? B: - I'm a tourist. A: - That's fine. Have a pleasant stay. B: - Thank you. At the Airport Dialogues
  • Getting a taxi (cab) Dialogues
    • Passenger: Are you free?
    • Driver: Yes, I am. Where are you going?
    • Passenger: To Royal Hotel on Central Street. How far is it?
    • Driver: About 20 kilometers.
    • Passenger: How much will it cost?
    • Driver: Around 40 dollars, depending on the traffic.
    • Passenger: Ok. Let’s go.
    • Driver: Can I help you with your bags?
    • Passenger: Yes, please.
    • Driver: Here you are. Royal Hotel.
    • Passenger: How much do I owe you?
    • Driver: 38 dollars.
    • Passenger: 40 dollars. Keep the change.
    • Driver: Thank you and have a nice stay.
  • GETTING A ROOM A: - Good evening. Can I help you? B: - Yes, please. I'd like a room for the night. A: - Would you like a single room, or a double room? A: - Double room, please. How much is the room? B: - It's $55 per night. B: - Can I pay by credit card? A: - Certainly. We take Visa, Master Card and American Express. Could you fill in this form, please? B: - Do you need my passport number? A: -No, just an address and your signature. B: - (fill out the form) Here you are. A:- Here's your key. Your room number is 212. B: - Thank you. A: - Thank you. If you need anything, dial 0 for the reception area. Have a good stay! At the Hotel Dialogues
  • The world is a book and those who read only one page. St. Augustine do not travel