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Travel Vocabulary Travel - General Related Words destination journey passenger route travel agent Trip Travel - Holidays camp, go camping charger flight cruise excursion (youth) hostel, hotel, motel luggage, package, suitcase sightseeing tour tourist
Role play 1 Student A Youve just arrived in your first country at the beginning of your world tour. Youre worried about money and so youd like to find a cheap hotel to stay in. Try and convince your friends that this is the best option. Student B Youve just arrived in your first country at the beginning of your world tour. You want to start your holiday in style and stay in a nice hotel. Try and convince your friends that this is the best idea. Student C Youve just arrived in your first country at the beginning of your world tour. Your friends have got different ideas about where they would like to stay. Listen to them and decide who you agree with.
Our Travels Have you ever been abroad? Where have you been? Talk about your own experiences overseas.
Role-play 2 Student A Youre now in your second country but unfortunately youve just been mugged and have lost your bag with your passport, air tickets and money in it. Youre at the police station to report the theft. Student B Youre now in your second country but unfortunately your friends bags been stolen. Youre at the police station to help your friend. Student C Youre a police officer. Two westerners are in your police station to report a theft. You dont believe their story. Ask them a lot of questions to find out if they are telling the truth.
Checking into a Hotel What do you do when you first arrive at the hotel? Who do you usually meet at the reception? What do people do at the reception when they first arrive at a hotel? Have you ever checked into a hotel? What information do people usually fill into a form at the reception?
Video Vocabulary Bellhop, bellboy (UK), bellman, hotel porter. Passport Drivers License Check in Elevator (U.S.A.), lift (UK) Steering wheel Remote control Drill Switch Tips
Mr Bean in Room 426 What does Mr Bean want to do at the hotel reception? What does the bellhop want from him? What does he do with the switch when he gets into the room? Who gets into the room first? Mr Bean or the other guest? What does he hear when he picks up the phone?
Domestic Travel Did your class in high school go on a trip together? – If so, where did you go? – How long did you stay? – How did you get there? What places have you visited in China?
Package tour or individually planned Have you ever taken a package tour? How about planning your own trip somewhere? What are the advantages and disadvantages of a package tour? What are the advantages and disadvantages of planning a trip by yourself?
Role-play 3 Student A Because of the mugging you phone home to talk to your parents. You want your parents to send you some money urgently because you have no money left. Reassure your parents that everything is OK and get as much money as possible. Student B You are Mum. You are upset about what has happened to your child. You dont want to send him/her any money because you want him/her to come back home immediately. Student C You are Dad. You are upset about what has happened to your child. You dont want to send him/her any money because you want him/her to come back home immediately.
Travelling Overseas What country do you most want to visit? – Why? – Do you think you will ever go there? What are some countries that you would never visit? Why would you not visit them? What do you need before you can travel to another country?
Role-play 4 Student A Youre in Malaysia and youve fallen in love with Asia. Now you really want to go to Thailand because youve heard theyve got the best beaches in the world. Try and convince your friends to come with you. Student B Youre in Malaysia and feel quite happy. Your two friends have got very different ideas about where to go next. Listen to your friends and then tell them what you would like to do. Student C Youre in Malaysia but you want to leave. You are tired of travelling and you miss your home and your home cooking. Try and convince your friends to come home with you.
Travelling Memories What's the most beautiful place you've ever been to? What was the most interesting place you have ever visited? What was your worst trip. What is the most interesting souvenir that you have ever bought on one of your holidays? Describe the most interesting person you met on one of your travels.
Your Hometown Describe your home town. Where are you from? What does your home look like?
Role-play 5 Student A Youre ecstatically happy. Youve fallen in love with a boy/girl from the country you are visiting and youve decided you want to buy a house on the beach and live there forever. Tell your friends about your big decision. Student B Your friend has something important to tell you. Listen carefully and then respond: You think your friends gone mad and he/she is going to make a terrible decision. Think of all the reasons why his/her plan is crazy and convince him/her to come back home with you. Student C Your friend has something important to tell you. Listen carefully and then respond: You think your friends gone mad (crazy) and he/she is going to make a terrible decision. Think of all the reasons why his/her plan is crazy and convince him/her to come back home with you.
Topic Box Do you think tourism will harm the earth? Is there any difference between young tourists and adult tourists? Has the airline ever lost your luggage? What happened? If you could choose one place to go this weekend, where would it be? Do you prefer hot countries or cool countries when you go on holiday? Do you think it is a good idea to travel with friends, or alone? How about with your family?
What is the best kind of holiday for different ages of people? Children? Teenagers? Adults? Elderly people? What is your favourite method of travel at your destination? Train? Bus? Boat? Bicycle? Backpacking? When you were a child did your family take a vacation every year? Do you think the type of vacation one takes reflects one's social status? Topic Box