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Check Your English Vocabulary for Leisure, Travel and by Rawdon Wyatt

By Rawdon Wyatt

This workbook presents workouts to assist train and construct English vocabulary suitable to the inn, tourism and catering industries. it's been written either for college kids learning in the direction of expert tests and in case you are looking to enhance their professional conversation abilities. the fabric covers common and topic-specific vocabulary, in addition to grammar and use of English, comprehension, pronunciation and spelling. including the better half Dictionary of relaxation, commute and Tourism (0-7475-7222-4), this workbook presents an entire package deal to aid scholars increase their professional English.

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__________ covered in rich tropical jungle. __________, ideal for growing the tobacco plants which need a lot of warm, damp soil. __________ almost two thousand years before. 26 © Bloomsbury Publishing. For reference see Dictionary of Leisure, Travel and Tourism (0-7475-7222-4). Holiday activities and equipment Exercise 1 Look at the list of holiday activities in the box, then look at the descriptions of equipment, etc, that are needed for some of them. Match each description to one of the activities.

Arrive at Camaguey. Transfer to Los Pinchos hacienda for one night. Day 2: After breakfast, coach to Trinidad. Lunch in Trinidad, followed by a walk around the town. Coach to Cienfuegos, staying at the Hotel Jose Martin for two nights. Day 3: Local bus to botanic gardens for informed tour. Afternoon at leisure, or optional excursion (supplement payable) to Burette lagoon and crocodile farm. 15. Explore some of the most beautiful coral reefs in the world, from the Red Sea to Australia's Great Barrier Reef, which has some of the most exotic underwater flora and fauna in the world.

Running B. flying C. hurrying 25. The manager insisted our trip to Madrid was for business, but everyone knew it was really a __________. (a trip that people pretend is for business, but which is really for relaxation and pleasure) A. junket B. crumpet C. trumpet 30 © Bloomsbury Publishing. For reference see Dictionary of Leisure, Travel and Tourism (0-7475-7222-4). Idioms 2 Read the paragraphs below, and match the idioms in bold with the definitions on the next page. A. You should always read between the lines when you look in a holiday brochure.

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