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English For Tour Guide
Transcript of English For Tour Guide
1. Welcome Speech
2. Showing Places of Interest
3. Explaining Rules
4. Explaining Safety
5. Explaining Etiquette
6. Answering Question
7. Describing Certain Culture
8. Closing a Trip
On The Field
Mainly this part describes A LITTLE about practical grammar.
Knowledge on Tourism Place
1. Geography of Bali
2. Kuta Beach
3. Garuda Wisnu Kencana
4. Tirta Empul Temple
5. Tanah Lot Temple
6. Jatiluwih Terracing
7. Penglipuran Village
8. Terunyan Village
9. Beratan Lake
10. Ubud Village
1. Be Punctual
5. Basic Knowledge on The Destination
6. Basic Knowledge on Tourists Custom
7. Handling Complaint
8. When The Traffic Is Crowd
9. When Nature Gone Bad
10. When A Tourist Asks Tough Questions
English For Tour Guide
1. Greeting & Introduction
2. Alphabets & Spelling
3. Telling Time
4. Expressing Numbers
5. Talking About Day & Dates
6. Talking About Existence of Facilities
7. Talking About Schedule
8. Explaining Airport Arrival & Departure Procedure
9. Describing Activity at The Moment of Speaking
10. Talking About Activities in The Past
Going to Tourism Sites
Supervised by ES team (tutor)
doing direct guiding practice with guests to tourism sites
Good afternoon ladies and gentlemen. My name is Subagia.
On behalf of Easy Speak Tours I'd like to welcome you all to Bali. The bus ride to your hotel will take about fifteen minutes. Right now I'd like to take a minute to familiarize you with the area and discuss some brief safety precautions. Firstly, I ask that you remain seated until we reach our destination and that you not eat or drink while on the bus. Secondly, please realize that it is against the law to get drunk in public. Enjoy your vacation, but do drink responsibly and do not drink and drive.
I promise you are going to enjoy your stay here in Sanur, one village in Denpasar, the capital city of Bali Province.
This is a beautiful village where you can relax, sit by the beach, enjoy great meals and feel very safe. You can walk into the village and take a moonlit walk along the beach. Sanur village is the place to go if you want to enjoy swimming in the ocean. However take a good care as there are some areas are marked as they may have strong undertow. You can take a short bus ride from your hotel. There you will also enjoy entertainment and dancing.
Describing the location:
Monologue and Dialogue
TG: According to legend, a wandering Hindu sage named Dang Hyang Nirartha built the temple sometime during the 16th Century as a sign of devotion for this striking area where the landscape dramatically meets the sea. It is also said that the same character created other temple sites along Bali’s western coastline to worship the mighty God Siwa.
G: Is the inside layout of the temple the same as the other main temples found in around Bali?
TG: Yes, inside the actual temple compound itself there are tiered shrines that follow the fundamental elements of Balinese design where the number of levels constructed are symbolic to the complexities of the faith.
G: We heard that there is also snake cave here, are the snakes dangerous?
TG: Yes, hidden amidst the rocks and crevices surrounding Tanah Lot there are a number of black sea snakes. Although these snakes are tame, visitors are warned to be cautious and refrain from unnecessarily aggravating these reptiles or wandering off unaccompanied to explore.
G: There are a lot of offerings put on the lips of the snake cave, Balinese believe in snake gods too?
TG: Yes. These snakes are believed to be the guardians of the temple and protect the entire area from unseen evil forces.
G: It seems that we are a bit earlier arriving here; do we have time to see the sunset later?
TG: Yes we can arrange that. Actually the most popular time to pay a visit to Tanah Lot is late afternoon when the sun begins to settle over the horizon and the temple is silhouetted against the vibrant glow of the sky. The site draws a crowd of travellers who come by bus load to witness this magnificent temple scene against a background of crashing waves.
G : Is today our last day here Mr Adnyana?
TG : Yes, it is. But I’m trying to make this day unforgettable for you ladies and gents. Today is September 5th and it’s also your fifth day here. I’m going to bring you all to five different public places and choose five souvenirs from us to bring home for free.
G : It’s all about five. That’s good news for us.
TG : Personally five is my favourite number. I’m the fifth child of five children in my family and I was born on February 5th, exactly five months from now.
G : Good to know that and we’re quite surprised for we are also five persons in a group.
TG : That’s what I’m talking about.
Australian is known to be very direct and to the point.
Being honest is very expected.
Conversation example 1
TG: Excuse me ladies and gentlemen would you mind waiting for a while?
G: What’s the problem Mr Wayan?
TG: I’m feeling so thirsty. I will buy water and I will be back in less than five minutes I promise.
G: Please go, don’t be in rush. We are enjoying the scenery here.
TG: Alright, thank you.
G: I can share you my water.
TG: Thank you but I guess I will buy mine, It’s ok.
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