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ENGLISH FOR GIVING TOURIST INFORMATION
topic: General vocabulary practice 3



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:

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1. All of the tourist attractions is the city's historic . ( = area)

2. This is the wealthiest neighborhood in the city. You can tell from all the shops.

3. The fee is $6.

4. The city is quite , so some of the streets are very steep.

5. The War Museum is definitely visiting.

6. Unfortunately, most of the buildings are in really bad . ( = they are falling apart)

7. It's very close - You can easily get there by .

8. There are no buses that go there, so you'll have to take a .

9. The ( = present) prime minister was born here.

10. There's a really good restaurant right around the .









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There was recently a survey done on the most disappointing tourist spots (according to travelers), and here they are: 1) The Eiffel Tower (Paris), 2) The Mona Lisa painting in the Louvre (Paris), 3) Times Square (New York City), 4) Las Ramblas (Barcelona), and 5) The Statue of Liberty (New York). All of these spots failed to impress a lot of travelers :)


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