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ENGLISH FOR CRUISE SHIP WORKERS
topic: General vocabulary practice 4



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:

excursion
promenade
program
seconds
starboard
gangway
fitness center
inside cabin
rough
supervised
1. The ( = list of events) for today will be posted on this wall.

2. An outside cabin usually has a porthole, while an does not.

3. We have many activities for the kids. ( = activities where someone is watching over them)

4. In an all-you-can-eat buffet, you can go back for if you're still hungry.

5. When we get to Alaska, we can arrange a wilderness ( = side-trip) for you.

6. Most ships are boarded using a .

7. Don't worry, we're just going through some waters.

8. Most cruise ships these days have an onboard ( = gym).

9. The deck is located on the side of the ship, and is often used for walking around or just relaxing.

10. "Port" refers to the left side of a ship, while "" refers to its right side.









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