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1 General Education Office LA.121 / LA1301 English 1 Unit 3 – Staying in Hotels Grammar and Review
2 Staying in Hotels After unit 3, you will be able to: Check into a hotel. Leave and take a message Request housekeeping services
3 Staying in Hotels - Review A) Listening Comprehension: Listen to the phone conversations in a hotel. The listen again and complete each statement, using words from the box. babysittingbellboxdinnerhangers make up the room laundryroomshoeshine towelswake-up turn down the beds 1 She wants someone to bring up ___________. She also needs __________service. 2 He needs _____________ service. And he wants someone to bring up extra ______. 3 She wants someone to __________, and she wants someone to bring up extra____. 4 He needs ___________ service and _____________ service.
4 Staying in Hotels - Review BAccommodation Types What hotel room type or feature should each guest ask for? Explain your answers. 1 Ms. Gleason is travelling alone. She doesn’t need much space. a single room. 2 Mr and Mrs. Vanite and their twelve-year-old son Boris are checking into a room with one king-sized bed _________. 3 Mike Krause plans to use his room for business meetings with important customers. _______________. 4 George Nack is a big man and he’s very tall. He needs a good night’s sleep for an important meeting tomorrow. 5 Paul Krohn’s company wants him to save money by sharing a room with a colleague.
5 Staying in Hotels – Check into a Hotel Grammar – had better Use had better and the base form of a verb to warn of a possible negative result. It is a stronger form of advice then should. They’d better make a reservation right away. (The hotel is almost full.) You’d better not check out late. (There is a late check out fee.) Remember: To give a suggestion or advice, use should and the base form of a verb. You should make reservations right away. She shouldn’t forget her passport. The negative form shouldn’t is more common in questions than had better. Shouldn’t we call the airline first? We ’d better. There could be delays. We ’d better not. There’s no time.
6 Grammar examples Examples with had better You'd better tell her everything. I'd better get back to work. We'd better meet early. Examples with had better not You'd better not say anything. I'd better not come. We'd better not miss the start of his presentation.
7 Grammar examples Talk about general situations, you must use “should”. You should brush your teeth before you go to bed. I shouldn't listen to negative people. He should dress more appropriately for the office.
8 Grammar Practice We’d better go nowthere might not be any left later. You’d better take an umbrellaor she won’t finish it. We’d better book tickets nowyour mother is coming soon. You’d better tidy your roomthe forecast is for rain. She’d better start nowor we’ll be late. Had better missbetter trainthe notyou’d Put the following in order burnnot you’dbetter thedinner shoutthe notyou’datbetter customer You’d better not miss the train. You’d better not burn the dinner. You’d better not shout at the customer.
9 Staying in Hotels – Check into a Hotel Grammar – Practice Read each situation and write your own strong advice, using contractions of had better or had better not. 1It’s raining. Mona is going outside. YOU She’d better take a raincoat because she (might get wet.) 2It takes Ms Grant 30 minutes to walk to work. She has to be there in 15 minutes. YOU _______________________________________________. 3Mr Wang is going to take an English test tomorrow. If he does well, he can get a better job. YOU _______________________________________________. 4Karl works really hard. He hasn’t had a vacation in three years. YOU _______________________________________________. 5Marie and Paul Handel like quiet hotels. The World Hotel is very noisy. YOU _______________________________________________.
10 Staying in Hotels – Leave and take a message Grammar – Practice Complete the messages, using will or won’t and the base form of the verb. Use a contraction when possible. 1Please tell Ms. Yamaz ______________ back later. 2Please give Mr. Ballinger this message: _____________ at the Clayton Hotel until after 5.00. 3Could you please tell the concierge ____________ a dinner reservation for four at the Three Seasons tonight at 7.00? 4Tell Ms. Harris_____________________________ pick her up at the airport before 6.00, please. 5Tell everyone ________________________ at 3.00 tomorrow, London time. 6Could you please tell Mrs Park. _______________ come in early tomorrow? I / call We / not / be I / need her brother / not / be able to the conference call / start she / have to
11 Summary During these lessons, you have learnt how to: Check into a hotel Leave and take a message Request housekeeping services and the grammar points: had better had better not should