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Anglų kalbos pamokėlė nr. 3 STAYING IN A HOTEL2010-07-07 11:13 Peržiūros : 641 Spausdinti
Read the dialogue...
Alan: Good morning. I have a reservation for 6 p.m. My name is Alan Smith.
Receptionist: Would you spell the last name, please?
Alan: Yes. S-M-I-T-H.
Receptionist: Yes. I have your reservation right here: one double from today for four days.
Would you please fill in this registration form?
Receptionist: Here's the key. It's room 501 on the 5th floor. The lifts are round the corner over there.
Alan: Thank you. What time's the breakfast, by the way?
Receptionist: It's between 7 and 9:30 in the dining room.
Alan: Oh, that's nice. One more thing, could you give me a wake-up call at 6:00 in the morning?
Receptionist: No problem, sir. Have a nice day!
Learn the words and use them!
Receptionist - viešbučio administratorė
Reception - priimamasis
Doorkeeper - durininkas
Porter - nešikas
To check in - užsiregistruoti
To check out - atsiskaityti (už viešbutį)
A single room - vienvietis kambarys
A double room - dvivietis kambarys
Bed and breakfast (B&B) - nakvynė ir pusryčiai
To book a room - užsisakyti kambarį
Reservation - rezervuota
Do you have any vacancies? - Ar turite laisvų vietų?
A suite - apartamentai
Mr Brown finished his breakfast. Then he asked the waiter to bring the manager of the hotel.
'Yes, sir, what can I do for you?' said the manager when he arrived.
'You must have a very clean kitchen here,' said Mr Brown.
'That is very kind of you to say so, sir,' said the manager.
'But what makes you think we have a very clean kitchen?'
'Well', replied Mr Brown,'everything tastes of soap'.
Match the definitions with the words:
- a counter in a hotel where guests are received
- a person whose work is to carry luggage
- a set of rooms consisting of a bedroom, sitting - room, and bathroom
- a person whose job is to receive guests
- a room for two people
- a) a suite
- b) a porter
- c) a double room
- d) a reception desk
- e) a receptionist
Atsakymai: 1 - d; 2 - b; 3 - a; 4 - e; 5 - c;