LEVEL: Intermediate

TYPE OF ENGLISH: General English


At the hotel


This lesson teaches common words and phrases for describing hotel facilities, service and staff, as well as practical expressions to use with a hotel receptionist. Through listening and role play, students learn how to book a room, check in and check out.




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At the hotel

Type: Practical English

Level: Intermediate

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