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paid my bill. checked in at reception. left the hotel. went up to my room. spent the night in the hotel. had an early morning call at seveno'clock. booked a room at the hotel. went out for dinner in a local restaurant. arrived at the hotel. got up and had a shower. had breakfast. tipped the porter who carried my luggage upstairs.

What would you say in thesesituations? 1 You want to stay in a hotel for two nights next week with your husband/wife.You phone the hotel.'!7hat do you ask or say?

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You are staying in quite a good hotel (e.g. tu/o-star or three-star) in your country. Would you expect to have the following? 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 a room without a private bathroom ahairdryer in the bathroom a colour television in the room a telephone in the room writing paper in the room a machine for making tea and coffee in the room an electric trouser press (- a machine which presses/ironsyour trousers for you) in the room 8 air conditioning in the room

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If possible, compare your answers with someone from a different country.

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88. I Completethis postcard that John sent to his family while he was on holiday. You may needa word or phrasein each space.

88.2

Which of theseplacesdo you usually visit or go to when you are on holiday? museums art galleries churches/cathedrals tourist shops concerts discos/ night clubs castles/palaces/temples the cinema markets restaurants bars the theatre Confum the information in the questionswithout repeatingthe samewords and phrases.Use words and phrasesfrom the opposite page. Exatnple: A: You've got quite a few pictures, haven't you?

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88.4

Without using one town more than twice, name a town or city in your country which is:
lively? cosmopolitan? very touristy? not worth visiting? packed with tourists in the summer? famous for its historical monuments? really worth visiting if you are interested in architecture?

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Fill the gapswith a suitableword. (One word only for eachgap.) .. or a holiday in the country? 1 Would you prefer a holiday in a seaside 2 níould you prefer to stay in one place, or would you rather (= prefer to) go to .. places? .. on a beachor would you rather go for 3 Would you prefer to spendyour time long walks? an apartment? to stayin a hotelor ..................... 4 Wouldyou prefer in the openair? or havea..................... to eatin a restaurant 5 Wouldyou prefer 'Would you prefer somewhere that was quite lively, or would you rather go to a place 6 ? and ..................... waspeace wherethere prefer?If possible,discussyour answerswith you Look at the questionsagain. Which would else. someone

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