Conversation Worksheets

A topical lesson about flying and the security risks it poses these days. Vocabulary is practised through a sequencing exercise. Students can also develop their fluency through discussion questions such as 'What changes do you think need to be made to air travel security measures in order to …

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Collocations/Quizzes/Travel Vocabulary EnglishClub

travel light. If you're travelling light, you're travelling. a. in daylight hours b. with very few bags c. on a very cheap flight. NB: you can also print this quiz on paper. 1. book a flight - If you "book a flight", you: a) take a book on a flight b) reserve a seat on a plane c) read about taking a flight 2.

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Do you like travelling

by AcademicEssay » Tue Oct 11, 2011 10:33 am. I love travelling because, I have come to know the tradition living styles and a lot more about the people where i travels.The main problem which i face in travelling is the lack of money. I wish i could have a lot of money and i can travel …

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English for Tour Guides English for Work EnglishClub

English for Tour Guides. These pages from our English for Work series cover language needed by tour guides in an English-speaking context. Being a tour guide is a very important job. In many cases, the tour guide is a traveller's first impression of a foreign country.

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Sample Tour Guide Speech in English English for Work

Suntan tours offers a variety of special discounts depending on your travel plans. We have golf packages, as well as guided whale boat tours, and fishing charters. There will be a short information session at 1pm in the lobby of the hotel tomorrow where you can learn all about these offers.

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Survival English EnglishClub

Survival English. Are you ready to travel abroad? You already know many words before you go. Words like hotel, taxi and police are international words and used in almost every country! Now you can learn and practise more key English words, phrases, questions and answers before you book your trip.

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about travel and adventure

Posts: 237. Joined: Tue Aug 24, 2004 3:12 pm. Post. by jonrey10 » Thu Sep 23, 2004 2:51 pm. For me, a complete experience of a great travel & adventure would be to join the Amazing Race contest. Because, you can travel almost around the world. The adventure would be to be the first team always in the pitstop.

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English Vocabulary for Tour Guides English for Work

People often say that the highlight of their trip is the botanical gardens. legend. a person or story known for a long time. According to an old legend, a sea monster lives in this lake. lobby. front entrance. We will meet in the lobby at 8 am sharp. locals. people who live in an area.

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Grocery Shopping in English EnglishClub

Grocery Shopping in English. Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. A grocery store is also called a supermarket or a greengrocer. Chain grocery stores are referred to by name. Learn the names of these stores before you travel to a new country.

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Regular Verbs List Vocabulary EnglishClub

travel treat tremble trick trip: trot trouble trust try tug tumble turn twist type: undress unfasten: unite unlock: unpack untidy: use: vanish: visit : wail wait walk wander want warm warn wash: waste watch water wave weigh welcome whine whip: whirl whisper whistle wink wipe wish wobble wonder: work worry wrap wreck wrestle wriggle: x-ray

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Travel is very exciting

Hi everybody when i recieve this topic , it makes me very intersting . I think travel all over the world very useful for you because you can visit every countries in the world and you can study about cultural and life of countries which you visit .A important point is …

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Prepositions of Movement Vocabulary EnglishClub

Submarines can travel under water. up: movement from a lower point to a higher point of something. Jack and Jill ran up the hill. The boat takes two hours going up the river and one hour coming down. Example sentences with Prepositions of Movement. Here are some more example sentences showing prepositions of movement in context:

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Air Travel Vocabulary Business English EnglishClub

Travel agents used to sell printed tickets, but these days we book online and get digital tickets by email instead. transit passenger: n. a passenger who's stopped at an airport to change flights only and isn't required to go through immigration; For transit passengers who are changing flights, please follow the signs to the transfer counter.

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Airport English EnglishClub

Airport English. Airports are stressful even in your own native country. Practise these English phrases before you travel to English speaking destinations. Tip: Print these and keep them as a “cheat sheet” in your carry-on luggage. Questions you will hear at the check-in counter: Ticket please. May I …

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English for Tourism/ Vocabulary List

travel agency travel agent vacation (US) voyage waiting list youth hostel to book to confirm to drive to fly to go on holiday (UK), vacation (US) to go abroad to go camping to go climbing to go hiking to go mountaineering to go sightseeing to go skiing to go swimming to go to the beach to have a …

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History of Horror Movies Vocabulary EnglishClub

Video: Trailer for the terrifying found footage horror movie [REC] 2. In recent years many of the scariest horror movies have been made in Asia. They include paranormal thrillers like Ringu and Pulse in which evil forces travel through television signals and telephone lines, supernatural thrillers like Thailand's Shutter and Japan's Ju-On: The Grudge, and shockingly violent movies about

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The tourist industry does more harm than good

Travel operators and hospitality corporates realised that some action needed to be taken, and Eco-tourism was created as a solution to this problem. **** That tourism is a major source of income into the countries. It has turned many countries which were in poverty into countries that are free of …

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Prepositions beginning with U Vocabulary EnglishClub

Submarines can travel under water. We drove under a bridge. I have a T-shirt under my pullover. Who do you work under? Who is your boss? I am under orders from the President. What is the subject under discussion? Under the company rules, we can't do that. Please buy it if it's under $50. underneath. The nurse put a pillow underneath his head.

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8 Ways to Use the Preposition “by” EnglishClub

This structure describes how you travel somewhere. by + train car boat plane taxi bus coach. examples: David went to Manchester by train. I go to work by car. My parents often go to France by boat. Our children have never travelled by plane before. “by” + method of communication

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MONO- and POLY- Vocabulary EnglishClub

Since the closure of the polyclinic, and if the local doctor can't help, the townspeople have to travel two hours to the nearest main hospital in the provincial capital. polyethnic (adjective): formed of various ethnic groups. The classical empires such as those of the Assyrians or Romans were by their nature highly polyethnic constructions.

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FindSomeoneWho EnglishClub.com Grammar: …

Grammar: PresentPerfect(Travel) EnglishClub.com! Q: Have you (ever) been to the USA? A: Yes, I have. Yes, I've been to the USA. A: No, I haven't. No, I've never been to the USA. Find someone who… 1. _____ has been to the USA. 2. _____ has lived in a country he/she wasn't born in. 3. _____ has been to an island for a vacation. 4.

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Uncountable Nouns T-V Vocabulary EnglishClub

travel: going to other places, esp. distant places: How much travel will the job require? trust: the belief that someone is honest: A company that betrays a customer's trust won't last long. U: definition: example sentence: understanding: knowledge about something or someone: The classes will improve your understanding of grammar. underwear

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Tourism and Holidays Conversation EnglishClub

9. To what extent do you think that foreign travel can reinforce people’s perception of national stereotypes? Activity 2 Go to EnglishClub.com and click on the ‘TP Homework’ icon. Use the infomation you find there to answer the questions below. 1. How many million visitors did London receive in 2001? a) 7.5 b) 11.5 c) 15.5? 2.

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Airline Vocabulary Quiz English for Work EnglishClub

Airline Vocabulary Quiz. You can do this quiz online or print it on paper. It’s based on our airline vocabulary page, part of the EnglishClub English for Work series. 1. I'll assign you _______ seat to give you more room to stretch your legs out. a cabin. a baggage. an aisle. a) a cabin b) a baggage c) an aisle.

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Checking In Passengers

Checking In Passengers. These is typical language to use when you are checking passengers in to a flight. Review these expressions and read the sample conversation. Then check your understanding with the quick quiz. Note that the verb check in is a separable phrasal verb. So Mr Brown can check in.

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History of Science Fiction Movies Vocabulary EnglishClub

But of all the mind-bending ideas that science fiction has explored, the most popular has been the idea of time travel. One of the first movies to explore this idea was the classic 1960 film The Time Machine , and one of the most popular was the 1985 sci-fi comedy Back to the Future .

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Dining Vocabulary Vocabulary EnglishClub

EnglishClub: Learn English: Vocabulary: Topic Vocabulary: Food: Dining Vocabulary Dining Vocabulary. with word definitions, example sentences and quiz. Photo: Dining table set up outdoors. Breakfast, lunch and dinner. In most parts of the world people have three meals a day.

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Food Idioms Vocabulary EnglishClub

On Monday, I'm going to spill the beans about my travel plans. take something with a pinch (grain) of salt: don't consider something 100% accurate: Take Mandy's advice with a pinch of salt. She doesn't always do her research. use your noodle: use your brain: You're going to have to really use your noodle on this crossword puzzle. It's an extra

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Phrasal Verbs/H Vocabulary EnglishClub

to meet with someone and join with them in work, travel or leisure activities . hunt down. If you hunt down someone, you try to find them and capture or kill them. hurry up. …

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Teacher Taboos for ESL Teachers Teaching Tips EnglishClub

EnglishClub: Teach English: Teaching Tips: Teacher Taboos for ESL Teachers Teacher Taboos for ESL Teachers. As a teacher of ESL there is a fine balance between being yourself and showing respect. If your students are learning English in your country, you want to share as much as you can about your own customs and lifestyle, while giving each of your students the opportunity and freedom to

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