Going to Places. The World of Travelling.
Choose the right item.
1. You usually get your travel ticket at the ... .
a) box-office
b) booking office c) ticket office
2. Lost things can be found in the ... .
a) inquiry office
b) waiting room c) lost-and-found
3. If you go abroad, you have to go through the ... .
a) customs
b) customers
c) custard
4. At the railway station you can leave your luggage at the ... .
a) luggage van
b) luggage trolley c) left luggage office
5. Letters and parcels can go in the ... .
a) guards van
b) mail van
c) letter van
6. The word that has nothing to do with trains is ... .
a) "dining car"
b) "sleeping car" c) "cable car"
7. You make a voyage if you travel by ... .
a) sea
b) air
c) land
8. If two cars crash into each other on the road, we call it ... .
a) an incident
b) a precedent
c) an accident
9. ... is a word used mostly in British English.
a) "Baggage"
b) "Railroad"
c) "Carriage"
10. A person in a hotel, station or airport who carries your luggage is a ... .
a) guard
b) porter
c) steward
Keys:
1. You usually get your travel ticket at the booking office (b).
2. Lost things can be found in the lost-and-found (c).
3. If you go abroad, you have to go through the customs (a).
4. At the railway station you can leave your luggage at the left luggage office (c).
5. Letters and parcels can go in the mail van (b).
6. The word that has nothing to do with trains is "cable car“ (c).
7. You make a voyage if you travel by sea (a).
8. If two cars crash into each other on the road, we call it an accident (c).
9. "Carriage“ (c) is a word used mostly in British English.
10. A person in a hotel, station or airport who carries your luggage is a porter (b).
France
Egypt
Italy
Scotland
Oxford
Stratford upon Avon
First Rules for Travellers
Language
Food
Climate
Habits
Time
Manners
Packing
Transport
Luggage
Say people of what nationalities live in these countries and what
languages they speak.
Britain
Ireland
Canada
Greece
China
Italy
Turkey
Russia
Portugal
Japan
Remember what food we associate with different
countries.
English …
Italian …
Swiss …
Czech …
Greek …
Portuguese …
Brazilian …
Norwegian …
Dutch …
Russian …
Chinese …
German …
Keys:
English tea.
Italian pizza.
Swiss chocolate.
Czech beer.
Greek olives.
Portuguese sardines.
Brazilian coffee.
Norwegian salmon.
Dutch cheese.
Russian caviar.
Chinese rice.
German sausages.
Things that can spoil impression of your
journey.
Put the phrases in the right order to
make the talk logical
( ) Thank you, sir.
( ) Could you tell me the way to the railway station?
( ) Yes. The station is on your right next to the big
roundabout.
( ) What do you want to know?
( ) Oh! You’ve taken the wrong turning. You need to
go the way you’ve come as far as the main road,
turn left, and go straight ahead for two miles.
( ) Excuse me, sir, could you help me?
( ) For two miles?
The keys:
1. Excuse me, sir, could you help me?
2. What do you want to know?
3. Could you tell me the way to the railway station?
4. Oh! You’ve taken the wrong turning. You need to
go the way you’ve come as far as the main road,
turn left, and go straight ahead for two miles.
5. For two miles?
6. Yes. The station is on your right next to the big
roundabout.
7. Thank you, sir.
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