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ARRIVING IN LONDON - AT A HOTEL

1. VOCABULARY:


Reception:
hotel - reception.jpg

pigeonhole = casillero, buzón
register = caja registradora
counter = mostrador
cart = carrito
porter = mozo, portero
elevator (American English) = lift (British English) = ascensor



2. INTRODUCTION:





3. CHECKING IN:



RECEPTIONIST

CUSTOMER

Good evening, sir.
Hello. I have a reservation. My name's David Smith.
Can you spell that, please?
S-M-I-T-H
For six nights.
Yes, that's right.
Can I have your passport, please?
Just a moment. Here you are.
Can you sign here, please?
Yes, sure.
Do you want a smoking or non-smoking room?
Non-smoking, please.
Here's your key. It's room 398, on the second floor.
Thank you. Where's the lift?
It's over there. Do you need help with your bags?
No, it's OK, thanks.
Enjoy your stay, Mr. Smith.
Thank you.





















Do the quiz:




Oxford University Press Practical English: Audio Phrase Bank File 2
Oxford University Press Weblinks: Hotels in London


Practica en casa utilizando este formato:
1Practical English diálogo recepcionista cliente.JPG








4. SHE TALKS TO HIM:


Drinks:
a coffee
un café
a Coke
una cola (coca-cola)
a Diet Coke
una coca-cola light
milk
leche
a mineral water
un agua mineral
an orange juice
un zumo de naranja
a tea
un té

diet coke pic.jpg

Short dialogue:
Would you like a ........., sir?
Yes, Diet Coke, please.
............ and lemon?
Just lemon.
Here you ........ .
Thank you.
Coffee? ..........?
Coffee, please.
...........?
Yes, please.
...........?
No, thanks.
Here you are.
Thanks.

Possible answers:
(drink) / (ice) / (are) / (tea) / (milk) / (sugar)




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