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Finding Hotels
Basic Level
I. Pre-Listening Exercises
II. Listening Exercises
IIII. Post-Listening Exercises

1. Pre-Listening Exercises [Top]
What do you look for in a good hotel for your vacations?

SAMPLE SENTENCES:

- I reserved a hotel room online last week.
- How many nights do you plan to stay at the hotel? hotels


2. Listening Exercises [Top]
Listen by pressing the Play button. Then, select the best response for each sentence or question.

Example: (You hear): How many people are in your family?

You see these responses: A. Four people. OR B. They don't live year.

The best response is A. Four people.

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1. (You hear) ________________________.
A. Okay. Could I have your name, please?
B. Okay. I hope you enjoyed your stay.

2. (You hear) ________________________.
A. Two are fine.
B. No, I don't have a key.

3. (You hear) ________________________.
A. The restaurant opens at 6:00 a.m.
B. At midnight.

4. (You hear) ________________________.
A. Okay. Thanks.
B. No, I'm fine.

5. (You hear) ________________________.
A. No, it doesn't.
B. Yes, we are.


Score =
Correct answers:

Listen to the sentences again as you read the Quiz Script.

3. Post-Listening Exercises [Top]
Imagine that you want to visit New York City and stay near some of the major attractions of the city including Times Square, Central Park, the Empire State Building, and the Museum of Modern Art. Use the Internet to find three budget hotels that international students can afford. Discuss how much each costs a night and two or three of the top features of the hotel.

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