Inglés aplicado al Turismo

Inglés. Voz pasiva. Expresiones. Costumbres. Direcciones. Conversaciones

  • Enviado por: Ludwig
  • Idioma: castellano
  • País: España España
  • 7 páginas
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Tema 1

Why is the passive more used in English than in Spanish?

Because there are verb tenses in Spanish thet don't exist in English.

For examples: Me dijeron que fuera al cine I was told to go to the cinema.

Se venden fresas aquí Strawberries are sold here.

Se dice que hay mucha gente It's said that there are many people.

Why is the passive important to the tourism?

IN THE AIRPORT Passengers are reminded that... to...

IN A HOTEL Guest are Requested to fill in the form.

Required to vacate the room by midday.

Exercises: (Pasar a pasiva).

  • We allocate 10% of revenue to publicity.

  • .......................................................................................................................................

  • They forbid women to go into the temple.

  • .......................................................................................................................................

  • Someone broke into my hotel room and stole my wallet.

  • .......................................................................................................................................

    4) A guide showed the visitors around the cathedral.

    .......................................................................................................................................

  • We have broken expenditure down into hotel, travel and entertainment costs.

  • .......................................................................................................................................

  • They will hold the wedding reception in the Blue Room.

  • .......................................................................................................................................

  • We are allocating £2,500 to furnishing the guests' lounge.

  • .......................................................................................................................................

  • When they made the first booking they were still building the hotel

  • .......................................................................................................................................

  • They will launch a new travel service next month.

  • .......................................................................................................................................

  • They are renovating the dining rooms for the new season.

  • .......................................................................................................................................

  • They transferred me to another flight because they had overbooked the one I was on.

  • .......................................................................................................................................

  • You need to service the coach every six months.

  • .......................................................................................................................................

  • They would have cancelled the trip if they had received this information earlier.

  • .......................................................................................................................................

  • They will have furnished the hotel by the end of August.

  • .......................................................................................................................................

    Pasar a activa:

  • All entrance fees are included in the price of the excursions.

  • .......................................................................................................................................

  • Excursions can be booked in/ at reception.

  • .......................................................................................................................................

  • Passanger will be offered duty-free goods during/ on the flight.

  • .......................................................................................................................................

  • Cars can be hired at the reception.

  • .......................................................................................................................................

  • All extras may be charged to the account.

  • .......................................................................................................................................

  • The sofa can be converted into/in two single beds.

  • .......................................................................................................................................

  • Any dirty linen should be placed in the bags provided.

  • .......................................................................................................................................

  • City maps can be bought at/in the newsagent's on the ground floor of the hotel.

  • .......................................................................................................................................

  • The “Don't disturb” sign must be hung on the door if the chambermaid isn't required to clean the room.

  • ........................................................................................................................................................................................

  • Guest are required to fill in the registration cards.

  • .......................................................................................................................................

  • Passanger are requested to fill in the registration cards.

  • .......................................................................................................................................

  • Passengers are requested to remain seated until the plane comes to a standstill and the engines are been turn off.

  • ............................................................................................................................................................................................................

    13) Smoking is not allowed until you are inside the terminal building.

    .......................................................................................................................................

  • Guest are expected to vacate their/the rooms by noon.

  • .......................................................................................................................................

  • Children under 18 are not allowed in the bar lounge.

  • .......................................................................................................................................

  • Guest are kindly requested not to take bath towels to the beach.

  • .......................................................................................................................................

  • Guest are required to settle bills half an hour prior to the departure.

  • .......................................................................................................................................

  • Visitors are kindly requested not to touch the exhibits.

  • .......................................................................................................................................

  • Guest are adviced to deposit their valuables in the safe.

  • .......................................................................................................................................

  • Guest are kindly requested to carry their keycards at all times.

  • .......................................................................................................................................

    Usual expression

    • That's all right….» That's fine.

    • Here is your boarding card or Here you are.

    • A baggage{ Uncountable

    A luggage{ nouns! »» a piece of luggage

    • In case of an emergency... « better than....

    In the (unluckly) event of an emergency.

    • Breath / to breath » Hold your breath.

    • High - heeled shoes.

    • I recommend you to sit near the window

    I recommend sitting near the window

    • There are eight of us ( somos ocho )

    • Thanks » informal

    Thank you » more formal ( flight attendant use it )

    • The light comes on ( se encendió...) The light goes out ( se apagó...)} la luz de emergencia.

    • Must (stronger), should (simple advice)

    • I wish you a good flight

    I hope you have a good flight

    I hope to see you again soon

    Customs

    • Where have you to go if you have something to declare?

    • If you vant to carry a dog with you, do you have to go through the red channel? Yes because you need a licence.

    • If you want to carry a Kilo of milk, do you have to pay something?

    • If you want to bring something in worth more than £126, do you have to pay something?

    • If you arrive by air and are transferring to a flight to another EU country, where do you have to declare your goods in your hold baggage at the transfer point?

    • If you are under 70, can you bring alcohol or tobacco with you?

    Giving directions

    • Just go along here and turn left, go through passport control and security and the children's play room is on your left, next to the toilets.

    • After get through customs go straight on and it's on your left, next to the information offices.

    • On your left hand side.

    Problems with check-in

    Your case is overweight

    You have forgotten your flight-ticket

    The flight has been cancelled

    There is overbooking

    You have forgotten your passport

    The flight is delayed

    The departure date in your ticket is wrong

    You want a smoking seat, and there isn't any smoking seat available

    You are vegetarian and there is no food for you.

    You have to pay an excess baggage charge.

    Conversaciones

    G.S: Good morning, sir. Can I see your passports and your tickets?

    P: yes, of course. Here you are.

    G.S: Would you mind putting your luggage on the scales?

    P: Certainly

    G.S: Here is your passport. Do you prefer a window seat or an aisle seat.

    P: I prefer a window seat and if possible I would like to be with my three friends.

    G.S: Let me see. We have four seats together in row 29.

    P: are there four seats available near the front of the plane?

    G.S: I'm sorry, but it is not possible.

    P: oh, dear! I don't really mind!

    G.S: Your seat number is 29F. Here are your tickets and your boarding cards.Your luggage tags are on the back of the boarding pass.

    P: Thank you very much indeed.

    G.S:Goodbye and have a good journey.

    G.S:Could you give me your ticket and passport?

    P: oh, yes! Here you are.

    G.S:Could you put your luggage on the scales?

    P: yes

    G.S: I'm terribly sorry! You have excess baggage

    P: and what do I have to do?

    G.S: You will have to pay an excess baggage charge.

    P: How much is it?

    G.S: 20£

    P: ok. Here you are

    G.S: What do you prefer a window seat or an aisle seat?

    P: There are four of us and we would like to be together in a wisdow seat and if it's possible near the front of the plane.

    G.S: ok. Your seat numbers are 29-b, 29-c, 29-d, and 29-e. Here are your return tickets, the luggage tags and the boarding cards. I hope you have a pleasant journey.

    P: thanks.

    Ladies and gentlemen. This is a safety announcement. Please pay attention. Your handbag must not obstruct the aisles or the emergency exit.

    The safety card is in front of your seat, containing the procedures in case of emergency. Please study it carefully. Emergency exits are allocated both sides of the aircraft. If there is an emergency, leave your handbags behind and all the woman must remove the high- heeled shoes to go down in the escape slide. Check that the table are folded away the seat-bealt are fastened. The seat belt is gastened like this and unfastened like this oxigen mask will appear automatically in case or emergency, put it in your nose and mouth, remain seated and breath normally. Do not smoke.

    Lifejackets are under your seat. Remove it when the crew will say you and put on your head. To inflate it, pull the red slogges and put the tapes down. Do not inflate it until you are outside the aircraft. Do not allow to the children to use it to play. Thank you for your attention.

    Curiosidades

    Been…(bin)

    Being…(biin)

    The chambermaid didn't need to clean the room; no tenía que hacerlo, así que no lo hizo.

    …needn't to…lo hizo a pesar de que no tenía que hacerlo.

    So… adjetivo y adverbio

    such… nombres

    any… sólo es negativo cuando va con negación, sino con el significado de “cualquier”

    Para finalidad se usa el to.

    Los ingleses usan mucho los posesivos.

    Vocabulario del tema 1

    Bed linen:

    Table linen:

    Dirty linen:

    Pilowcases:

    Sheets:

    Blankets:

    Hang-hung-hung: colgar

    Hang-hanged-hanged: ahorcar

    escape slide:

    High- heeled shoes:

    Double bow:

    Armrest:

    To stow:

    Don't smoke: no fume

    Mask: máscara

    Rid normally:

    Don't inflate until: no inflar hasta

    Thank you for your attention: gracias por su atención

    Check your folded away:

    Safety card:

    Handbag:

    Seat-bealt:

    Return to your belt:

    Put the tapes down:

    To inflate pull red:

    There is a whistle.....outside the aircraft:

    Do not use children:

    Box office:

    Rolls: panecillos

    Sensible: sensato

    Row:

    Luggage tags:

    Indeed:

    Aisle seat:

    Forbidden items: objetos perdidos

    To refund the money:

    A tag:

    Bar code:

    Lost luggage: equipaje perdido

    The machine beeps:

    I'm over the allowance:

    A shuttle service:

    Rear-back:

    Baggage scales:

    Excess baggage charge:

    Fragile items: objetos frágiles

    Hold: bodega de un avión

    Linen: ropa de cama