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ENGLISH FOR GIVING TOURIST INFORMATION
topic: General vocabulary practice 2



Whether you work in a tourist information center, as a tour guide, or just want to talk to 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:

light
architecture
landmarks
restored
cobblestone
tropical
vendors
check
climb
ruins
1. The castle has been to its former glory.

2. I can see the ( = remains) of the old fort from my hotel window.

3. Make sure you out ( = visit) the Automotive Museum.

4. Don't buy anything from the street .

5. The climate here is . It's hot all year and it rains a lot.

6. Turn right at the next and then go straight for about 1 kilometer.

7. If you to the top of the tower, you'll get a beautiful view of the city.

8. It's not easy driving on streets, but it's nice to walk on them.

9. The Old Town has some beautiful examples of Romanesque .

10. Charles Bridge is one of Prague's . ( = most recognizable/important sights)









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The United States attracts about 45 million visitors per year. Most of these come from neighboring Canada and Mexico (15 and 9 million respectively). A lot of tourists also visit from Japan (5 million), The UK (3 million), and Germany (2 million).


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