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WORK SKILLS ESP English for Hotel Exercises Selection

Exercise: Talking about Hotels and Restaurants

The University of Michigan Press at website presents the unit one of talking about hotels and restaurants. In this unit, we can practice useful words and phrases in a variety of situations: talking about hotels, restaurants, and vacation spots, describing the features of hotels and vacation spots, discussing hotel amenities, facilities, and services.

Exercise: English for Tourism

University of Da Lat, Vietnam at website presents an e-book entitled “English for Tourism”. In this e-book, we can practice useful vocabulary and expressions about English for hotel in a wide variety of content: hotel reservations, hotel check-in, hotel checkout, and handling complaints.

Exercise: Check Your English Vocabulary for Leisure, Travel and Tourism

Rawdon Wyatt for A&C Black Publishers Ltd. writes the vocabulary workbook entitled “Check Your English Vocabulary for Leisure, Travel and Tourism”. In the workbook, we can practice a lot of vocabulary exercises for hotel, such as accommodation types and tariffs, at the hotel, positive or negative?, services, amenities, and attractions, and what is their job 2?: hotel staff.

Exercise: At a Hotel website helps us practice useful vocabulary and expressions connected to hotel in a number of topics: checking–in to a hotel, front desk, and guest.

Exercise: Making Accommodations in Hotels

Svetlana Pilucka, the author of “Business English” book from Daugavpils University at website helps us practice useful phrases and vocabulary about making accommodations in hotels in various topics of situation: a letter to a hotel manager, booking a room at a hotel, etc

Exercise: Welcome Aboard

Yoshito Miyosawa and James Webb, the authors of Welcome Aboard student’s book at website present useful phrases and vocabulary when going aboard in a variety of situations: at the airport - at the information desk, at the check-in desk, at the gate, on the plane – talking to a flight attendant, in-flight service director’s announcement, talking about problems on board, entering the UK - at passport control, going through customs.

Exercise: In a Hotel

Michael McCarthy and Felicity O’Dell, the author of English Vocabulary in Use book at Cambridge University Press helps us practice new vocabulary and phrases about the hotel in various topics of situation: at a reception, using the telephone, and changing money.

Exercise: Telephone Conversation: Reservation & Confirmation website helps us practice telephone conversations between the customer and the hotel staff about reservation and confirmation.