West Country Tours ~ Cornwall, Devon & Stonehenge Private car/minibus - 5 Days This tour takes you into a pace of life long gone elsewhere in England, quaint meandering lanes in sleepy villages, romantic associations with King Arthur and Guinevere, the vast wild spaces of Dartmoor, Exmoor and Bodmin Moor - dramatic and full of contrast with jagged granite tors, prehistoric crosses and stone circles where wild ponies and red deer roam. Visit the ancient city of Winchester, once capital of England, Salisbury with its 13th century Cathedral, Stonehenge, Britain's most important prehistoric monument and the exquisite gardens at Stourhead. Stay three nights in Devon or Cornwall to relax and explore the region: Exeter, Buckland-in-the-Moor, Castle Drogo, a granite castle overlooking the wooded gorge of the River Teign, St Mawes and Pendennis, across the estuary - both built by Henry VIII to fortify the coast line in reaction to the Pope's crusade against him. Map DataMap data ©2014 GeoBasis-DE/BKG (©2009), Google, basado en BCN IGN España
Do I Really Need a Travel Agent? “Allow me to help you book your next trip for you!” Since the introduction of websites such as Expedia, Orbitz and Priceline, it’s easy to book a flight, hotel, rental car and more with just a few clicks of a mouse. These sites claim to have the lowest prices on everything you need to travel, and all the booking can be finished in a matter of seconds. But how do you know that you’re really getting what you’re signing up for? American Idioms (A) - Popular Phrases in English - A About time: Nearly time, high time. ex. "It's about time you bought a new car!" Absence makes the heart grow fonder: Proverb that means that our feeling for those we love increases when we are apart from them. (To) act high and mighty: To act proudly and arrogantly. ex. "He has been acting all high and mighty ever since he chased away that burglar." Actions speak louder than words: Proverb meaning that's it's better to do something about a problem than to talk about it.
English for working in a hotel (management/reception), resort, motel, spa, etc. - VESL Exercises If you work (or are looking for work) in a hotel (reception/management), motel, resort, spa, etc., and want to learn the common English terms and expressions that are used in such places, these exercises are for you! They will help you to speak better English, to use proper words, and to communicate better with guests. All of the exercises are free. NEW! GRAMMAR:Using English phrasal verbs 1Using English phrasal verbs 2 VISUAL EXERCISES:Visual English: Hotel industry vocabulary 1Visual English: Hotel industry vocabulary 2Visual English: Hotel industry vocabulary 3Visual English: Hotel industry vocabulary 4Visual English: Hotel industry vocabulary 5
Giving directions - places in town An easy to follow handout for students to practice Asking For Directions, Giving Directions, and Places vocabulary.EXERCISES INCLUDED: a) Asking about facilities: Is there a post-office near here? Are there any banks in the town?....b) Asking for directions: Where´s the ….? How can I get to ….?
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Lost Luggage – Speaking Activity – Mike Astbury – Teaching Games This is a practical speaking activity, designed to be part of a task based learning style lesson for a strong intermediate class. The material is adaptable for a variety of levels. [CLICK HERE to download the handouts.] Lead in South Africa Travel - Guides & Reviews - Travel Library South Africa Information Population: 43.8 million Time Zone: GMT/UTC +2 Driving side: Driving is on the left side of the road Languages: Zulu, Xhosa, Afrikaans, English, Tswan Religion: Christian Muslim Hindu Jewish traditional religions The Definitive Carry On Packing List: Trips of 1 Week or More This article concludes our three-part series on packing carry on only. We recommend starting with the first two articles in the series to learn the rules for carry on luggage and the principles for packing carry-on-only. As I stood next to the luggage carousel waiting for my bag, I realized the absurdity of the situation. I was in Frankfurt, the first stop of a two-week backpacking trip through Europe. Traveling light.
Job Readiness: Important Employment Related Vocabulary Words Classes:Introduction > Take the Test > Employability Skills > Important Work Vocabulary Words > Job Search Techniques > Once You Are Hired An easy way to be better prepared for a job is to understand many of the common words people use when discussing jobs. Below are some words that you may come across when searching for a job, interviewing, or on the job and examples of how they may be used. Application
Travel English: Conversations in the Airport – Espresso English Are you ready to take a trip? We’re going to start a series of lessons on practical English for use while traveling. Today we’re going to go through the airport step by step, learning important vocabulary and useful phrases along the way.