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Travelling and exercises
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2. Match the following words and their definitions, there is one extra definition which you do not need to use

1 travel A the time spent and the distance covered in going from one place to another, especially if the distance is long
2 journeyB a short journey from one place to another
3 voyageC the general activity of moving from one place to another
4 tripD a long journey made by boat or ship, including spaceship
5 cruiseE a sail for pleasure and relaxation
6 routeF a chosen direction or line of travel
G a fixed way along which a bus, a train regularly travels

3. Read the instructions below and roleplay the following situation

A: your class is planning a five-day trip to London. Go to the travel agency, talk to the travel agent and find out the following information: transport, accommodation, food, insurance.

B: you work at a travel agency. Talk to the client and give information about trips to London you offer – package holidays, language courses and individual trips.

4. Create the end of the story with using fantasy – more than 5 sentences

One day John and Susan got the chance to privately visit an old Scottish castle. They had agreed and had a nice time there. It was late evening when they decided to leave but suddenly a huge thunderstorm started. Their tour guide said that regretfully they had to stay there during the night. There was not anything they could change about it so they were preparing to go to sleep. Fortunately castle was lighted with electric lamps. There was only one big bed in each room so Susan and John were alone in a huge creepy room full of old weaponry. At the time they were falling asleep. Suddenly they had heard a loud scream followed by a tremendous crach after which the lights feel out. They ran out of the room and …

5. Write a letter to your friend describing the best/the worst holiday you have had. Include the details of your journey to the place of your holiday, facilities the place has to, what you liked/disliked about the place.

6. Discuss the following questions.
- Do you get many foreign tourists in our country?
- What do they come to see? What do they come to do?
- What are the most popular towns for them to visit?
- What are the most popular places?
- Which countries do the tourists come from?

7. Here are some lines from conversations on different kinds of transport. Where does each conversation take place? Choose from the box.

car bus train plane ferry taxi underground boat

1. Excuse me, I think you’ll find those seats facing the front are ours.
2. Do you think it‘ll be a rough crossing.
3. Two to the British Museum, please. And could you possibly tell us when it’s our stop?
4. Can you take us to Euston Station, please?
5. I’ll get a couple of coffees from the buffet car.
6. That’s all right, you can keep the change.
7. No, no! He said turn left at the pub, not right!
8. Excuse me, are be landing on time?
9. Which line is it for Oxford Circus?

8. What happen at an airport - discussion

1. When you arrive at an airport, you should go straight to the check-in desk where your ticket and luggage are checked.
2. You keep your hand luggage with you but your suitcases are taken to the plane on a conveyor belt.
3. You can now go to the departure lounge. If you are on an international flight, your passport is checked, and then you and your bags x-ray by security cameras; sometimes you give a body search and your luggage is searched by a security officer
You wait in the departure lounge until your flight call and you tell which number gate to go to.
4. Finally you board your plane and you is shown to you seat by a flight attendant.
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Zdroje: Workman G., Phrasal Verbs and Idioms, Oxford University Press 2001, Bérešová J., Hosszúová M., Macková M.; Nová maturita z angličtiny, Aktuell 2004, Soars L., Soars S.; New Headway, Oxford University Press 2001
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