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ENGLISH FOR CRUISE SHIP WORKERS
topic: General vocabulary practice 3



This exercise will help you improve how you communicate with guests on a cruise ship, by practicing basic cruise ship related vocabulary. Fill in each blank with the proper (best) response from the list on the right:

porthole
disembark
on board
berth
buffet
steward
port of call
accessible
pier
sea-sickness
1. The next ( = place we will be stopping) will be Miami.

2. To "embark" means to get on a ship, while to "" means to get off it.

3. A is a small, round window.

4. The ship is fully for disabled travelers.

5. The city where we will be stopping has a nice , which has shops, restaurants, and even a merry-go-round.

6. A is someone who cleans your cabin.

7. The is quite diverse, and includes many vegetarian and vegan options.

8. Would you like a top or bottom ? ( = bed)

9. is a common problem for many first-time travelers on a cruise ship.

10. There are three restaurants this ship.









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