A1 EN, A2 EN, English class

English Class A1-A2 – Travel week (arrival)

Introduce yourself:

  • What’s your name?
    Peter.
  • Where are you from? / Where do you come from?
    I’m from … I come from …
  • What’s your surname / family name?
    Smith.
  • What’s your first name?
    Tom.
  • What’s your address?
    7865 NW Sweet Street
  • Where do you live?
    I live in San Diego.
  • What’s your (tele)phone number?
    209-786-9845
  • How old are you?
    Twenty-five. I’m twenty-five years old.
  • When / Where were you born?
    I was born in 1961 / Seattle.
  • Are you married? / What’s your marital status?
    I’m single.
  • What do you do? / What’s your job?
    I’m a librarian.
  • Where did you go?
    I went to a friend’s house.
  • What did you do?
    We played video games.
  • Where were you?
    I was in New York for the weekend.
  • Have you got a car / job / house / etc.?
    Yes, I’ve got a good job.
  • Have you got any children / friends / books / etc.?
    Yes, I’ve got three children – two boys and a daughter.
  • Can you play tennis / golf / football / etc.?
    Yes, I can play golf.
  • Can you speak English / French / Japanese / etc.?
    No, I can’t speak Japanese.
  • Could you speak English / French / Japanese / etc.?
  • when you were five / two / fifteen / etc. years old?
    Yes, I could speak English when I was five years old.

 

Airport:

Conversation:

  • Agent: Good afternoon! Where are you flying to today?
  • Dan: Los Angeles.
  • Agent: May I have your passport, please?
  • Dan: Here you go.
  • Agent: Are you checking any bags?
  • Dan: Just this one.
  • Agent: OK, please place your bag on the scale.
  • Dan: I have a stopover in Chicago – do I need to pick up my luggage there?
  • Agent: No, it’ll go straight through to Los Angeles. Here are your boarding passes – your flight leaves from gate 15A and it’ll begin boarding at 3:20. Your seat number is 26E.
  • Dan: Thanks.

Useful sentences:

  • “Excuse me, where is the American Airlines check-in desk?”
  • “Where is terminal 4?”
  • “Where is gate 36?”
  • “How many bags can I check?”
  • “Will my luggage go straight through, or do I need to pick it up in [Chicago]?”
  • “How much is the fee?”
  • “Please mark this bag as ‘fragile.’”
  • “Is the flight on time?”

Taxi:

  • Hello Miss, do you need a taxi?
  • yes
  • Do you have any luggage?
  • Just these two suitcases.
  • OK, I’ll put them in the back for you. Where are you going?
  • The Comfort Inn.
  • I think there are two in Boston. Which one are you going to?
  • The one downtown.
  • Is this your first time in Boston?
  • No. I’ve been here many times. I come here for work all the time.Do you know how long it’ll take?
  • It shouldn’t take long. Probably about 15 minutes.
  • Wow, it looks like the traffic is really bad.
  • Yeah, there might be an accident up ahead.
  • OK, then stop at the next intersection. I’m gonna get out there andtake the subway.

Hotel arrival:

  • Hi, I am checking in.
  • Hi, I have a reservation and I am checking in.
  • Where is the elevator?
  • Do you have concierge service here?
  • Do you have a map of the city?
  • What time should I check out by?
  • What time is check out?
  • Should we charge the credit card on file or did you want to use a different card?
  • Your credit card will be charged a total of $256.78.  Can you sign on the bottom?
  • Thank you for staying with us.  We look forward to seeing you again.
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