hospitality industry english exercises


Pick a category
 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 about specific travel destinations 1

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. TOKYO is an (ultra/very)-modern metropolis.

2. WARSAW's old town was (restored/raised) after World War II (WWII).

3. One of PRAGUE's most beautiful landmarks, the Hradcany, (sits/located) atop a hill overlooking the city.

4. LONDON has a very good (people/public) transportation system.

5. MEXICO CITY has a (vibrant/vibration) ( =thriving) arts scene.

6. The main sights of LOS ANGELES are (scattered/concentrated) across the city. You'll need a car to see them all.

7. BANGKOK's climate is tropical, so you won't need to bring your (winter/cold) clothes.

8. BUENOS AIRES has a very European (feel/idea) to it, despite being in South America.

9. Despite having lots of (ancient/archaic) architecture, ROME is one of Europe's most fashionable cities.

10. BORA BORA is not for travelers on a (budget/budge). ( = travelers looking to save money)

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Europe has over 60 low-cost airlines, the biggest of which are Easyjet, Ryanair, and Germanwings. These airlines fly to destinations around Europe, and sometimes sell tickets for as low as 1 € each way. The drawbacks of flying a low-cost airline is that once you're on the plane you have to pay for pretty much everything. Some airlines even require you to pay for every bag that you check or bring with you.

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