hospitality industry english exercises


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 Food & Beverage (restaurants, cafes, bars, catering, etc.)
 Hotel Industry (hotels, resorts, spas, etc.)
 Travel/Tourism (travel agents, tour guides, flight attendants, etc.)
 Politeness Training (the right way to speak to customers/guests in English)


VOCABULARY PRACTICE (Choose the right word)
topic: Talking to tourists in English 2

Fill in each blank with the correct word. If both words can be used, choose the one that sounds more natural in each situation:

1. We hope you enjoy your (stay/rest) in Tokyo.

2. This whole section was beautifully (new/renovated) in the 1970s.

3. That's the (bohemian/art) part of town. ( = the part of a city where artists, musicians, etc. live)

4. It would be cheaper for you to buy a three-day (pass/ticket) instead of individual tickets.

5. The (admission/admitting) ( = entrance) fee is $10.

6. Although the city looks very modern, it was actually (founded/started) in 1725.

7. Disneyland is an example of an amusement (park/place).

8. Disneyland has a lot of fun (rides/machines).

9. The royal palace is very far from here. It on the (next/other) side of the city.

10. Rome has some very beautiful (fountains/foundations). ( = structures from which a jet/stream of water rises)

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What's a stag weekend? Fairly popular in Europe, it's when a group of men (usually British or Irish) go abroad for a weekend, most often to get drunk and party with their friends. Eastern Europe (cities like Krakow, Prague, Vilnius, etc.) is the most popular stag party destination due to its relatively cheap hotels and nightlife, as well as its reputation for having attractive women. The equivalent of a stag weekend for women is called a "hen weekend."

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