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These Activities have been designed to help you navigate the common situations that you may encounter while traveling to an English-speaking country. The activities cover a range of useful vocabulary, such as buying train or plane tickets, booking a hotel, asking for directions, and other situations that a traveler may encounter. By working through these activities, you will be able to communicate more effectively and confidently while traveling in an English-speaking country.

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Countries Word Search 1

Can you find the following country names in the Word Search? Aruba, Austria, Bolivia, Cambodia, Cameroon, Chad, Chile, China, Cuba, Egypt, Estonia, Fiji, Gabon, Ghana, Guam, Haiti, India, Iran, Iraq, Italy, Jordan, Kenya, Laos, Libya, Macau, Mali, Malta, Nauru, Nepal, Niger, Oman, Peru, Rwanda, Slovenia, Spain, Sudan, Switzerland, Syria, Togo, Tuvalu, Uganda, USA, Western Sahara, Yemen, and Zaire. 

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Visited 11 hrs, 11 mins, 43 secs ago

Categories: Word Games | Wordsearch | Travel English | Vocabulary


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Buying a Train Ticket

A look at how we ask for a train ticket in Britain. This lesson looks at some common vocabulary of train travel including arrivals and departures, first or second class, platforms, single and return tickets, through trains and changes, and tickets. The lesson has a role playing component that will give you the chance to practice a typical, simple conversation about buying a train ticket.

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Visited 3 hrs, 38 mins, 55 secs ago

Categories: English in Use | Conversations | Speaking | Travel English


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At the Restaurant

Learn how to order food in a typical restaurant in British English. In this lesson we will look at some vocabulary, do a listening exercise, a listening and reading exercise, a conversation simulation, and look at how to sound polite in a restaurant setting. The vocabulary includes alky, delicious, dump, fancy, filling, full, menu, order, pretty, pudding, seafood, slice, soft drinks, sparkling, special, starving, stuffed, and sweet.

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Transport Language

However you prefer to travel, be it by car, by plane, by bike, or simply walking, transport of some form is part of your life. If you don't know the vocabulary to use when travelling or deciding on which transport to use, you're going nowhere. This lesson will teach you much of the language you need to know to talk about transport. The lesson looks at canoes, boats, walking, horse riding, horses and carts, trains, planes, cars, lorries, bicycles, motorcycles, sailing ships, and more, gives you plenty of exercises to help you learn, remember, and use the new vocabulary you have learned.  

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Categories: Vocabulary | Listenings | Travel English


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Greetings - Conversation Activator

Practice how to greet someone with this conversation activator which will also teach you some useful vocabulary and expressions. This English Conversation Activation Pack gives you practicing in greeting people you meet for the first time. Expressions such as, Hi, Nice to meet you, Good morning, Pleased to meet you, Are you here on…, as well as showing you how not to greet people and how to avoid sounding rude or worse. You will also learn some new expressions and vocabulary such as: abrupt, architect, break the ice, Christopher Wren, come across as, decent, do you fancy, go out for, going nowhere, gorgeous, hold something against someone, Holland, in banking, intrusive, look good on, Lothario, lovely, married, miss the chance, motive, museum, on business, perhaps, pervert, plan on, pub, reception, something in common, St Paul’s Cathedral, suspicious, take someone out, weirdo, and What brings you here?      

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Categories: English in Use | Conversations | English in Use | Pronunciation | Speaking | Travel English


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