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English in the hotel

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How well could you get by using English in a hotel? Let's find out!

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  • 1 - Hello, I have a ___. My name is Matthew Jones.





  • 2 - Beach equipment is ___ to all of our guests, free of charge.





  • 3 - We only have one ___ left, and it's for a single room. The rest of the hotel is full.





  • 4 - I'd like to order room ___ please. I'd like a bottle of red wine sent up to room 407.





  • 5 - Can I ___ my stay for another day please?





  • 6 - I'm leaving tomorrow. What time do I have to check ___ by?





  • 7 - The ___ for a single room is $60 a night.





  • 8 - Could you give me a ___ up call at 6 o'clock in the morning please?









Comments

very useful lesson

very useful lesson

Hire ,pay or rate!!! Some examples please or a new lesson

I think that they have almost same/close meaning but yes, it must be rate Wink
Thanks for the exercise

Have a nice day/night/week/weekend!
Wherever you're far away.

VERY USEFUL!!!Thanks a

VERY USEFUL!!!Thanks a lot!!! Smile
Only one mistake with phrasal verb - check out.
Check out or I'll go without rate but with a key Big Grin

Too easy for me!

I've worked in a hotel for about one year and a couple of months so that's was really easy to beat.

Thanks for useful lesson

Thanks for useful lesson Smile

it is very useful lesson.

it is very useful lesson. practise this sentences will help imporving the english. Applause

Good question and straight

Good question and straight to the point
Regards;
Abdul

what does means vacanzy

what does means vacanzy left? thank a lot

Re:

For example: "no vacancies" (u can read this in hotels) mean, that there are not places for people, because hotel is full.

Really useful!

Very useful lesson at summer for people who will go for travelling soon.

my coment

It's Very useful

Thank You

my coment

It's Very useful

Thank You

hi

i have a doubt Mr.McCrathy
isn't it vacancy-describes job offered
and vacant-describes room offered.please help me.

Actually, vacant is an

Actually, vacant is an adjective and vacancy is a noun.

HI

THANK YOU Mr.McCarthy

excellent

excellent Applause and useful lesson for everybody who is going abroad
thanks a lot

excellent

excellent Applause and useful lesson for everybody who is going abroad
thanks a lot

Hi..it was a gripping

Hi..it was a gripping post...........

hi...... thanks for the

hi......
thanks for the info...

Hi... that was great stuff..

Hi... that was great stuff..

Yeah, thanks for this little

Yeah, thanks for this little tool.

I like the girl in the pic Smile

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I'm happy too!!! Laughing

I made two mistakes and I am

I made two mistakes and I am not happy!

The English in hotels is

The English in hotels is really important and this will help in communicating with every people from all over the world. There is a compulsion in my Milan Hotels regarding the language.
----john----

The english will help out

The english will help out the people in making the success every where and this is very much important for all.
Regards,

Kaka...

I really looking for these

I really looking for these kind of blog where every one could get more knowledge on English language where we can also play games thanks for sharing
Regards,
kolim