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2 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice Passage I Climer Lodge Miami University Oxford, Ohio 45056 Session 2

3 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice Kinds of beds People working in hotels Kinds of hotels in the United States Warm-up questions Facilities in hotels Lead in

4 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice Kinds of hotels in the United States: Places to stay for a short time may be called hotels, hostels, motels or motor hotels, inns, lodges or resorts. Hostels, also referred to as youth hostels, are often for students working away from home. Motels have plenty of parking space and are usually near a freeway of highway. Inns are usually motels. Lodges and resorts, or resorts hotels, are in the mountains, on the coast, or near lakes. Lead in

5 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice Kinds of beds: Beds go by many different names. Starting with the smallest, there are single, twin, double, queen and king size ones. Long boys are for exceptionally tall people. At some hotels, queen beds are the smallest size used, so a double room has two of them. Some hotels even offer their guests waterbeds. A rollaway can be moved into a room to sleep an extra person. Hide-a-beds are sofas that fold out to make beds. Lead in

6 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice People working in hotels: Desk clerks make reservations, check people in and out of the hotel, take care of keys, and handle problems. Switchboard operators answer the phone and transfer calls to the people who are being called. Room service waiters take orders for food and drinks in peoples rooms, bring the orders and sometimes take the dirty dishes away. Maids clean the rooms and change the sheets. A bell-man or a bell-boy carries hotel guests bags to their rooms. Lead in

7 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice Facilities in hotels: The front desk is where you find the desk clerk. People go there to check in or out, to turn in or pick up their keys, their mail and messages, or to complain about something in the hotel. Lobbies are big, open rooms near the front desk. Usually people go there to meet friends. Lounges are comfortable bars. People go there to have a drink and relax. Suites are sets of rooms --- usually a bed room and living room, sometimes with a kitchen --- that you can rent in a hotel. Meeting rooms are for meetings. People rent them to meet other people or talk about business when they dont want to do it in their rooms. Game rooms have games like pool, billiard, backgammon, chess, etc., in them. People go there to play these games and relax. Gift shops have souvenirs, books, and cards. Bars are sometimes built around pianos. People can sit very close to the piano and listen to the music. Lead in

8 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice 1. Where do you usually stay when you are traveling? I usually stay in a hotel. 2. What do you usually do with a hotel before you travel in a strange city? I book a room with a hotel. 3. How do you usually make a room reservation? By email, fax, phone, etc. Warm-up questions: Lead in

9 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice Intensive Study Analysis of the text Word Study Questions for Group Discussion Sentence Structure

10 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice Questions for Group Discussion 1. Questions for the whole passage: A. What can we learn from the whole passage? B. What kind of article do you think the passage is, an introduction or an advertisement? Hotel services in America. It is an introduction to the services in a hotel.

11 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice C. Question for Point 1: What is the convenient way for you to contact the resident manager if you have any questions? D. Question for Point 2: Where are coffee, tea and a light continental breakfast usually served? E. Question for Point 4: Where are children not allowed to go, even with their parents? F. Question for Point 6: Where should you leave your key when you leave the hotel? Phoning him. In the kitchenette. The sauna. In the room where you live.

12 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice 2. Questions about phone instructions: A. How many digit numbers do you have to dial if you want to make a local phone call? B. What is the area code in the US for a long distance call? C. What number will you dial if you are badly ill and want to call for a doctor urgently? 3. Question for the last part of the passage: What are the guests expected to do if they want to make comments on the services of the hotel? 9 digit number. 80. 911. Write their comments on the back of the comments form and leave it in the room.

13 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice The students summarize the services of the hotel in detail by completing the table below. Time to contact the resident manager 1.5:00 p.m. ____________ 2.24 hours on ________________ Business hours for 1. Lounge:______________. 2. Recreation Center on Saturday: ___________. 3. Checking out: __________. The first two numbers for 1.Local calls: _____________ 2.International calls: ____________ 3.An operator-assisted calls: _____________ Reference Analysis of the text

14 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice Reference: Time to contact the resident manager 1.5:00 p.m. on weekdays 2. 24 hours on weekends Business hours for 1. Lounge: 6:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. 2. Recreation Center on Saturday: 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. 3. Checking out: 10:00 a.m. The first two numbers for 1. Local calls: 88 1.International calls: 80 2.An operator-assisted calls: 80

15 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice Climer LodgeLodge Miami University Oxford, Ohio 45056 (Para.1) Welcome to Climer Lodge. We are fortunate to have this beautiful facility to accommodate very special guests of Miami University. In our efforts to serve you, we ask that you note the following:facility accommodatenote 1 Text

16 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice (Para.2)The resident manager lives in Room 129, near the lobby entrance, and may be reached by dialing 9-5226. Please contact the manager if you have any questions or needs after 5:00 p.m. on weekdays and throughout weekend stays.contact On the lower level of Climer you will find an ice machine, a canned beverage machine, a lounge area and kitchenette where coffee and tea and a light continental breakfast are provided.lounge Lounge Hours: 6:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. daily. It is a non-smoking atmosphere. 2 Text

17 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice Recreation Center Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., Sunday through Thursday. 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. No lifeguard is on duty. Parents are required to be present at all times when children are in the pool. No children are allowed in the sauna. Glasses, extra blankets, and pillows are on the shelf above the garment rack. Check-out time is 10:00 a.m. Upon departure, please leave the key in your room. 3 Text

18 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice Phone Instructions: On-campus calls: Dial only the last 5 numbers. No need to dial the 52 prefix. Local telephone calls: Dial 88, then the 7-digit off-campus number. AT&T operator-assisted calls (collect, calling card, etc.) dial 80, the area code (for all long distance calls), then the telephone number. At the tone, you may enter your calling number or wait on the line for an AT&T operator. If you need to dial 800 to get into your calling card carrier, dial 81 followed by the 800 number on your card. To place an 800 number: Dial 81+800+Number To place an international call: Dial 8+011+Country Code+City Code+Number EMERGENCYEMERGENCY PHONE NUMBER: PUBLIC SAFETY 911 (Police, Fire, Medical) 4 5 Text

19 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice (Para.3)Because we are unable to provide housekeeping services on weekends, weekend guests will be provided with extra towels to make your stay more comfortable. We apologize for any inconvenience caused by the lack of housekeeping services. apologizeinconveniencelack An iron and ironing board is available upon request. Please dial 9+1279 during business hours or 9+5226 in the evenings and at weekends. If you have any additional needs, please contact the Resident Manager (extension 9+5226).additional 6 7 Text

20 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice We hope you will enjoy your stay here and find your room comfortable and pleasant. Thank you for visiting with us. ( Para.4)May we have your comments and suggestions? If there is anything you would like to mention, please jot it down on the back of this form and leave it with your key. jot We welcome your feedback. 8 Text

21 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice Word Study lodge n. small house which people stay in v. live in someone elses house for only a short period of time ; FOR EXAMPLE: They went to a shooting lodge in Scotland for the weekend. He had arranged for me to lodge with his daughter and son-in-law.

22 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice Word Study facility n. equipment, buildings, services that are provided for a particular activity or purpose ; FOR EXAMPLE: She had no cooking facilities in her room. Only six countries had the facilities and know how to produce advanced weapon systems of this kind.

23 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice Word Study accommodate v. provide people with a place to live or stay FOR EXAMPLE: They cant accommodate guests at the moment. They have not given up hope of finding financial support to accommodate these people properly.

24 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice Word Study note v. pay attention to and remember FOR EXAMPLE: Please note that this bill must be paid within ten days. His audience, I noted with regret, were beginning to look bored.

25 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice Word Study contact v. get in touch, reach by telephone, etc. n. the condition of meeting, touching, or receiving information from FOR EXAMPLE: As soon as we find out anything, well contact you. I feel uneasy when I come into contact with people who have had a good education.

26 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice Word Study lounge n. room in a hotel, club, etc. where people sit and relax ; FOR EXAMPLE: In the lounge of the hotel, drinks are usually more expensive than in other places. We stayed in the lounge for about two hours, talking about the people and things we remembered at school.

27 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice Word Study emergency n. an unexpected and difficult or dangerous situation FOR EXAMPLE: These bells are supposed to be used only in emergencies. The plane made an emergency landing.

28 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice Word Study apologize v. say one is sorry, as for a fault or for causing pain FOR EXAMPLE: I apologize to her for stepping on her foot. He should apologize to the chairman for arriving late.

29 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice Word Study inconvenience n. a state of difficulty when things dont suit one ; FOR EXAMPLE: It causes a lot of inconvenience when buses dont come. All that travel will be a great inconvenience to me.

30 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice Word Study lack n. shortage, absence ; v. be without, not have enough of ; FOR EXAMPLE: His department was shut down for lack of funds. Large masses of people lack the necessities of life.

31 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice Word Study additional a. extra or more than those mentioned or already there ; FOR EXAMPLE: This was an additional proof of his ignorance. This problem is additional to their major financial anxieties.

32 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice Word Study jot v. write quickly, esp. without preparation ; FOR EXAMPLE: I jotted down the name of the book that he was talking about. Let me jot down your telephone number.

33 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice Para.1 Welcome to Climer Lodge. We are fortunate to have this beautiful facility to accommodate very special guests of Miami University. In our efforts to serve you, we ask that you note the following: 1 1. We are fortunate to have this beautiful facility to accommodate very special guests of Miami University. (Para.1) Analysis: In this sentence the infinitive phrase to have this beautiful facility… is used as an adverbial of reason, modifying are fortunate. Translation:. Example: Miss Wang is very fortunate to have a chance to do her research work in Britain. Text

34 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice Para.2The resident manager lives in Room 129, near the lobby entrance, and may be reached by dialing 9-5226. Please contact the manager if you have any questions or needs after 5:00 p.m. on weekdays and throughout weekend stays. On the lower level of Climer you will find an ice machine, a canned beverage machine, a lounge area and kitchenette where coffee and tea and a light continental breakfast are provided. Lounge Hours: 6:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. daily. It is a non-smoking atmosphere. 2 2. On the lower level of Climer you will find an ice machine, a canned beverage machine, a lounge area and kitchenette where coffee and tea and a light continental breakfast are provided. (Para.3) Analysis: where introduces a relative clause modifying the antecedent kitchenette. In which can be used instead of where. Translation:,. Example: This is the famous small town where (in which) Einstein once lived and worked. Text

35 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice Recreation Center Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., Sunday through Thursday. 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. No lifeguard is on duty. Parents are required to be present at all times when children are in the pool. No children are allowed in the sauna. Glasses, extra blankets, and pillows are on the shelf above the garment rack. Check-out time is 10:00 a.m. Upon departure, please leave the key in your room. 3 3. Upon departure, please leave the key in your room. (Para.6) Analysis: upon departure is a prepositional phrase used as an adverbial of time, meaning immediately after departure. Upon is the same as on in this case. Translation: Example: Upon departure, please check your luggage again in case something is left behind. Text

36 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice Phone Instructions: On-campus calls: Dial only the last 5 numbers. No need to dial the 52 prefix. Local telephone calls: Dial 88, then the 7-digit off-campus number. AT&T operator-assisted calls (collect, calling card, etc.) dial 80, the area code (for all long distance calls), then the telephone number. At the tone, you may enter your calling number or wait on the line for an AT&T operator. If you need to dial 800 to get into your calling card carrier, dial 81 followed by the 800 number on your card. To place an 800 number: Dial 81+800+Number To place an international call: Dial 8+011+Country Code+City Code+Number EMERGENCY PHONE NUMBER: PUBLIC SAFETY 911 (Police, Fire, Medical) 4 5 4. No need to dial the 52 prefix. (Para.7) Analysis: In this sentence there is is omitted. The whole sentence should be There is no need to dial the 52 prefix. Translation: Example: No work to do for the time being. Text

37 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice Phone Instructions: On-campus calls: Dial only the last 5 numbers. No need to dial the 52 prefix. Local telephone calls: Dial 88, then the 7-digit off-campus number. AT&T operator-assisted calls (collect, calling card, etc.) dial 80, the area code (for all long distance calls), then the telephone number. At the tone, you may enter your calling number or wait on the line for an AT&T operator. If you need to dial 800 to get into your calling card carrier, dial 81 followed by the 800 number on your card. To place an 800 number: Dial 81+800+Number To place an international call: Dial 8+011+Country Code+City Code+Number EMERGENCY PHONE NUMBER: PUBLIC SAFETY 911 (Police, Fire, Medical) 4 5 5. At the tone, you may enter your calling card number. (Para.9) Analysis: At the tone is used as an adverbial of time, meaning when or as soon as you hear the tone. Translation: Example: At the news of Lincolns being murdered, the whole nation was in deep sorrow. Text

38 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice Para.3Because we are unable to provide housekeeping services on weekends, weekend guests will be provided with extra towels to make your stay more comfortable. We apologize for any inconvenience caused by the lack of housekeeping services. An iron and ironing board is available upon request. Please dial 9+1279 during business hours or 9+5226 in the evenings and at weekends. If you have any additional needs, please contact the Resident Manager (extension 9+5226). 6 7 6. …weekend guests will be provided with extra towels to make your stay more comfortable. (Para.13) Analysis: To make your stay more comfortable is an infinitive phrase used as an adverbial of purpose, meaning in order to… Translation: Example: They went to the hospital by taxi (in order) to get there as soon as possible. Text

39 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice Para.3Because we are unable to provide housekeeping services on weekends, weekend guests will be provided with extra towels to make your stay more comfortable. We apologize for any inconvenience caused by the lack of housekeeping services. An iron and ironing board is available upon request. Please dial 9+1279 during business hours or 9+5226 in the evenings and at weekends. If you have any additional needs, please contact the Resident Manager (extension 9+5226). 6 7 7. An iron and ironing board is available upon request. (Para.13) Analysis: Upon request is used in the similar way as upon departure. This is a useful phrase in business English. Translation: Example: Breakfast can be brought to the room upon request. Text

40 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice ( Para.3)Because we are unable to provide housekeeping services on weekends, weekend guests will be provided with extra towels to make your stay more comfortable. We apologize for any inconvenience caused by the lack of housekeeping services. An iron and ironing board is available upon request. Please dial 9+1279 during business hours or 9+5226 in the evenings and at weekends. If you have any additional needs, please contact the Resident Manager (extension 9+5226). 6 7 additional a. extra or more than those mentioned or already there ; eg: This was an additional proof of his ignorance. This problem is additional to their major financial anxieties.

41 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice We hope you will enjoy your stay here and find your room comfortable and pleasant. Thank you for visiting with us. Para.4 May we have your comments and suggestions? If there is anything you would like to mention, please jot it down on the back of this form and leave it with your key. We welcome your feedback. 8 8. May we have your comments or suggestions? (Para.14) Analysis: It is a more polite way to use an interrogative sentence to ask someones favor than to use an imperative sentence. Translation: Example: May we have your address and telephone number? Text

42 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice Read and Think Read and Complete Read and Simulate Read and Translate Practice

43 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice Are the following statements true or false according to the passage? Write T/F accordingly. 1. The hotel guests may contact the resident manager for help at any time. 2. The Recreation Center is open every day. 3. Extra blankets and pillows can be found in the cupboard in each hotel room. 4. Guests must check out at 10:00 in the morning. 5. On departure, the guest should turn in the key at the reception desk. Read and Think F T F F F

44 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice 6. If a guest wants to make an on-campus phone call, he has to dial 52 first. 7. To make a local call, guests have to dial a 9-digit number. 8. The number 80 is the area code for a long distance call. 9. In case of fire, guests should dial 911. 10. Comments from guests can be written on the back of the form and left with the key in the room. Read and Think F F T T T

45 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice Fill in the blanks without referring to the passage. Climer Lodge is a hotel with beautiful 1 _________ to accommodate guests of Miami University. There are machines to provide them with ice and 2 ________________________ on the lower level. In the kitchenette guests can have coffee, tea and a light continental 3 ________. Different telephone 4 ________ are offered, too. There is also a recreation 5 ______, which is open every day from morning till 6 ________. For the guests convenience an iron and ironing 7 ______ is provided upon request. On 8 __________ extra towels are provided in order to make the guests stay more 9 ___________. You see, the hotel is making every effort to allow its guests to 10 ______ their stay in this hotel. facilities canned beverages/drinks breakfast services center evening board weekends comfortable enjoy Read and Complete

46 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice Complete each of the following statements according to the passage. 1. If guests have any questions or needs, they may contact the __________________. 2. Extra blankets and pillows can be found _________________ above the garment rack. 3. The check out time is __________________. 4. The number of the Miami Universitys telephone exchange begins with ___. 5. The public safety telephone number for police, fire and medical emergency is _____. 6. There are no housekeeping services ________________. 7. By dialing the extension number 9-1279, guests can reach the Resident Manager during ____________________. 8. Guests may write their _______________________on the back of the form Resident Manager on the shelf/rack 10:00 in the morning 52 911 on weekends the business hours comments or suggestions Read and Complete

47 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice Fill in the blanks with the proper words and expressions given below, changing the form if necessary. comfortably instruction apologize residence available accommodationserviceadditional inconvenience entrance 1. What kind of ________________ did you have when you traveled on the ship? 2. The explosion did a great deal of damage to the __________ to the City Hall. 3. His office is in town, but his __________ is in the suburb. 4. People often dont realize how wonderful the __________ are in the library. accommodation entrance residence services Read and Complete

48 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice comfortably instruction apologize residence available accommodationserviceadditional inconvenience entrance 5. Read the ____________ before you switch on the engine. 6. An __________ charge is made for heavy bags. 7. I must __________ to you for not being able to go to your wedding. 8. It causes a lot of _____________ when bus drivers go on strike. 9. We were soon __________ settled in the place. 10. Free umbrellas are __________ at the entrance of the hotel. instructions additional apologize inconvenience comfortably available Read and Complete

49 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice Translate the following sentences into English. 1., 110. In case of emergency, please dial the alarm number 110. alarm number emergency Read and Translate

50 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice 2.. The off-campus students go to and from school every day by school bus. off-campus Read and Translate

51 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice.,. The receptionist jotted down his name and ID number before arranging for his room. jot down ID number Read and Translate

52 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice.. Upon departure, please switch off/turn off the air- conditioner. upon departure Read and Translate

53 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice.,. If you have any additional requests or needs, please contact the resident manager. additionalcontact Read and Translate

54 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice Pay attention to the italicized parts in the English Sentences and translate the Chinese sentences by simulating the structure of the English sentences. Read and Simulate

55 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice 1. We are fortunate to have this beautiful facility to accommodate very special guests of Miami University. Dr. Johnson was honored to be invited as a visiting professor at that university. They were fortunate to have got admission tickets to attend the famous scientists lecture. I was fortunate to see the excellent performance yesterday. Now you try Read and Simulate

56 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice 2. Please contact the manager if you have any questions or needs after 5:00 p.m. on weekdays. Please contact us if you are interested in this job. Dont hesitate to contact me if you need more information about the service. Please contact our sales manager if you are interested in our new products. Now you try Read and Simulate

57 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice 3. Upon departure, please leave the key in your room. Upon arrival, dont forget to let me know that you are safe and sound. Upon departure, please check to make sure that nothing is left behind. Upon arrival, you should find a guide to help you go sightseeing. Now you try Read and Simulate

58 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice 4. At the tone, you may enter your calling card number or wait for an AT &T operator. At the news that the World Trade Center was attacked by terrorists, the whole world was greatly shocked. At the sight of the big dog, the little girl was frightened into crying. At the news of our teams winning the game, we all jumped with joy. Now you try Read and Simulate

59 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice 5. We apologize for any inconvenience caused by the lack of housekeeping services. The football players apologized to their fans for their poor performance in that match. I apologize to you for my not contacting you in time. Mr. Howard apologized to his students for lack of patience and keeping on shouting at them. Now you try Read and Simulate

60 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice 6. May we have your comments or suggestions? May we have the honor of your coming and visiting our country at your convenience? May I have your telephone number and e-mail address? May we have your advice or opinions on the management of the hotel? Now you try Read and Simulate

61 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice Written work Assignment for this session Communicative tasks

62 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice Written work The students do Exercises 4-5

63 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice Communicative tasks: Work in pairs and role play the following three tasks. Suppose you work for a foreign trade company as a secretary. You are phoning a hotel in London to book a room for your manager who is going on a business trip to London. You should talk about the room type and rate, the length of stay and the way to pay. Task 1

64 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice Communicative tasks: Task 2 Suppose you are traveling abroad in Canada and you have come to the hotel in which you have booked your room on the Internet before. Now make a conversation with the receptionist.

65 Unit 4 Making Reservations Session 2 Lead in Intensive Study Practice Communicative tasks: Task 3 Imagine that you have stayed in a hotel with your family for a week. Now you are leaving. Make a conversation with the receptionist for checking out. Note: Conversation presentations are required in the next class.


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