Food & Beverage
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ENGLISH FOR TRAVEL & TOURISM WORKERS
Using English phrasal verbs 1
Choose the best phrasal verb to complete each of the following sentences:
You don't have to stay on the sightseeing bus until the end. You can _____________ ( = leave the bus) anytime you like during the tour.
You can go into the city. Just make sure you ______________ ( = return) by 6:00 PM.
I'm sure you'll _______________ ( = discover) a lot of interesting things about the city during the tour.
We're going to _______________ ( = drive/move slower) so that you can get a good look at the church.
We have to wait for the others to ______________ ( = to reach us *implies that they are moving more slowly*).
Unfortunately, the train _______________ ( = stopped working), so you'll have to get off here and wait for another one.
If we see something interesting, I will _______________ to you. ( = I will mention it to you)
point it out
let it out
break it out
They started to build the castle, but they _______________ ( = started to have) some financial problems.
When you go to the market area, make sure to _______________. ( = to go from shop to shop, comparing prices)
We'll _______________. = We'll resolve it.
put it out
make it out
sort it out
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