TAILIEUCHUNG - LESSON 23 – Checking Out

Elementary English for Tourism and Hospitality. LESSON 23 – Checking Out. STUDY NOTES Characters Leo: Mona: Jack: Justine: Receptionist Guest Guest Hotel Manager. The story Mona and Jack arrive at the reception desk with their baggage to check out. Language Practice – ‘to go’ and ‘going to’ Below are some short dialogues. Read them out loud and stress the words in bold. Practise the intonation at the end of the questions. A: Where are you going tomorrow? B: We’re going to the city. . | bQy vuLSL 6DGLISH LGRRDIDG SERIES English for Tourism and Hospitality Elementary English for Tourism and Hospitality LESSON 23 - Checking Out STUDY NOTES Characters Leo Receptionist Mona Guest Jack Guest Justine Hotel Manager The story Mona and Jack arrive at the reception desk with their baggage to check out. Language Practice - to go and going to Below are some short dialogues. Read them out loud and stress the words in bold. Practise the intonation at the end of the questions. A Where are you going tomorrow B We re going to the city. A Great. What are you going to do there B We re going to go shopping. I want to buy some presents for my family. A What are you going to do on Thursday B We re going to catch the bus to the beach. A Are you going to go swimming B Yes. If the water is warm enough. A What are your plans for Saturday B I d like to go sight seeing A Perhaps you should go on a tour. B That s a good idea. Grammar - Phrasal verbs Below are some sentences with look followed by a preposition. They are called phrasal verbs. Each of them has a different meaning. I will look into it for you. investigate Would you like to look at the menu read I could look up the number now if you like. look for the information in a book Look out That suitcase looks like it might fall on you. be careful ABC Radio Australia j AMES RadioAustralia AMES 2006 boy vit EXERCISES 6DGLISH LCRRniDG S RI S English for Tourism and Hospitality 1. Key vocabulary Look up the meaning and pronunciation of these words in your dictionary. bill cleaning client dry emm g cnc excellent fill nvoioes laundry mountains print quere refreshment satisfaction separate statements survey wait 2. Matching - to go and going to Match the beginning of the sentence with the correct ending. Practise saying them with your friends. 1 We re going to a shopping. 2 What are you going to b to go swimming 3 I d like to go sight i c the city. 4 We re going to go d do on Thursday 5 Are .