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ENGLISH FOR GIVING TOURIST INFORMATION
topic: General vocabulary practice 1



Whether you work in a tourist information center, as a tour guide, or just want to tell your English-speaking friend about the sights in your city, this exercise is for you! It'll help you learn and practice the most useful vocabulary relating to giving tourist information. Fill in each blank with the proper (best) response from the list on the right:

destroyed
attractions
historic
capital
blocks
cheaper
century
incredible
concentrated
trap
1. This is a very modern city. There aren't many buildings.

2. Almost all of the are located in the central area.

3. All the sights are in this area.

4. Most of the city was during the war, and rebuilt afterwards.

5. This building is from the 17th . It used to be a royal residence.

6. A tourist is a place (restaurant, store, etc.) designed to attract travelers/tourists. There types of places are usually more expensive than places where "locals" go.

7. Wow! What an view!

8. This used to be the of our country.

9. We're not looking for an expensive hotel. We want something that's .

10. The post office? Go straight for three . You'll see it on your right.









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What are the most popular places to go on a package tour? It depends on where you live. The most popular places are usually the cheapest places, or ones with a very developed tourism infrastructure. In North America, it's Mexico, the Dominican Republic, Cuba, and the Caribbean, while in Europe the best deals are to Spain (Canary Islands), Portugal, Greece, Turkey, and North Africa (especially Tunisia and Egypt).


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