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ENGLISH FOR TRAVEL AGENTS
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yes... Practice makes perfect! Vocabulary for travel agents
English for the tourism industry
Learn Traveling English
English for Tourists
Travel agents English terminology
... and lots more! Remember... 85% is your responsibility Which are the four skills? Day 1: Reading Day 2: Listening Day 3: Writing... boring but necessary! Day 4: Speaking, get a partner! Any other Skills? What about singing? and Chatting? These are some of the basic skills you have to practice... Now... let's do some sample workshops! Why not start with...
VOCABULARY? 1. There are no seats available for the date that you (requested/recalled).
2. How (flexible/changeable) are you? ( = How much are you willing/able to change your schedule?
3. Would you be (interesting/interested) in renting a car while you're there?
4. We've got some great (deals/dealings) on airplane tickets to Dubai right now.
5. That flight is (full/complete). Let's try to find you a seat on another flight.
6. The (layover/takeover) ( = time you have to wait for your connecting flight) in Paris is two hours.
7. We can (arrange/make) ( = organize) your entire trip.
8. Will you be traveling (alone/lonely)?
9. I booked you a flight on October 1st, (returning/coming) on October 15th.
10. You also qualify for a 10% senior (discount/deal). (= 10% reduction in price for older people) That was quite easy . Let's try another one... Fill in each blank with the correct word. If both words can be used, choose the one that sounds more natural in each situation:
1. Will this be a one-way ticket, or a (returning/return) ticket? ( = in the United States, "round-trip ticket" is used)
2. I've heard nothing but (positive/benefits) things about this resort.
3. Are you interested in buying travel (insurance/assurance) ?
4. This is probably your best (option/optional).
5. We have a lot of (package/box) deals ( = deals which include air, hotel, and sometimes food/drinks) to Cuba and the Dominican Republic right now.
6. You can (upgrade/increase) to a four-star hotel for $200 more.
7. You'll have to (confirm/conform) your reservation by the end of tomorrow.
8. The ticket has to be (purchased/presented) ( = bought) by Thursday.
9. To pay in (full/complete) = To pay the entire/whole price
10. A passenger's " " (itinerary/journey) is their proposed route of travel (travel plan).
Write the correct word (from the list on the right) to describe each picture:
pedestrian and one with pictures... These are just a few examples... The rest is up to you!!! Reading Books
anything! Listening! Podcasts
Conferences Writing... yes, write emails, letters, short essays. Remember your Word program corrects you, too! and obviously, speak! Thank you for coming and I hope you enjoyed this presentation My name is
Juan Sebastián Yepes
(57) 300 3130161
FNL Centro de Idiomas