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PROFICIENCY (CPE) 1.1 Idioms of Travel

Speaking practice for the CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PROFICIENCY (CPE) EXAM
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SPEAKING PRACTICE:
1.1 Idioms of Travel
Do you know these travel idioms?
Ask about any you don´t know.
get off the beaten track
be able to chill out
possibly have to rough it
end up spending a fortune
get by on a shoe string budget
live out of a suitcase
enjoy being a culture vulture
get back to nature
be in the lap of luxury
get off the beaten track
be able to chill out
possibly have to rough it
end up spending a fortune
get by on a shoe string budget
live out of a suitcase
enjoy being a culture vulture
get back to nature
be in the lap of luxury
Now which idioms would you relate to these pictures?
It’s a public
holiday
on Monday, isn’t it, so I suppose the banks’ll be closed?
She seems very tired and upset at the moment. She needs a
holiday
.
We booked a
holiday
online yesterday – two weeks in Greece.
We use the plural noun
holidays
and
holiday
in similar ways:
We often use
on
with
holiday
:
They’re very good friends. We first met them when we were
on holiday
in Morocco
We are all going to Croatia for our
holidays
this year.
We are all going to the States for our
holiday
this year.
Holidays
also refers to time off from work / studying:
Can you explain the difference between the singular and plural nouns?
What are you planning on doing during the summer
holidays
?
Can you give more examples of their use?
Holiday
as a singular noun commonly refers to a specific day or event:
Have you ever been in a difficult situation while on holiday?
What is your favorite type holiday?
Do you prefer summer or winter holidays?
Who do you usually go on holiday with? Would you like a change?
Do you prefer adventure or an easy time during your holidays?
What kinds of holidays would you like to have in the future?
Have you ever had a holiday which either exceeded or didn´t live up to your expectations?
Do you prefer to always go somewhere new of do you like to go back to the same place again and again?
How many countries have you been to?
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