BE MY GUEST STUDENTS BOOK
Be My Guest | Be My Guest is a language course for pre and in-service students of English in the hotel A Teacher's Book and Audio CD are also available. Cambridge University Press - Be My Guest Student's Book: English for the Hotel Industry Francis O'Hara Frontmatter More information Be My Guest. Be My Guest Students Book Frontmatter - Download as PDF File .pdf), Text File ( .txt) or read online. lmlkmkmlmlk.
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Be My Guest Student's Book: English for the Hotel Industry [Francis O'Hara] on resourceone.info *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This fifteen-unit course deals . Be My Guest comprises: Student's Book - 15 units, Personal job file, Speaking practice, Tapescripts, Verb list. Teacher's Book - comprehensive lesson notes. Be My Guest Student's Book by Francis O'Hara, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
Listening and pronunciation — this teaches you to understand guests and hotel employees as they make reservations, or explain a problem in the hotel, etc. Language focus and practice — this practises the main language points of the unit, and is directly linked to the presentation and listening exercises. Related Papers.
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Be My Guest Student's Book: English for the Hotel Industry
Language focus and practice this practises the main language points of the unit, and is directly linked to the presentation and listening exercises. Prepositions of place; describing luggage colour, size, shape; polite offers and questions. Questions and answers: Giving opening and services in the hotel closing times of hotel services; discussion about most important services.
Understanding requests for directions; giving directions inside and outside the hotel.
Taking room service orders; understanding availability and non-availability of different services. Taking, checking and correcting room service orders; explaining availability and non-availability of services.
Greeting and seating Describing and guests; aperitifs; taking recommending dishes orders and explaining in the restaurant dishes for the starter, main course, and drinks. Taking orders; recommending and explaining dishes; recommending specific wines.
Dealing with orders for desserts, cheeses, and coffee; correcting mistakes on the bill. Describing desserts; taking orders; suggesting dishes; describing items on the menu; dealing with the bill. Verbs, including modals, for recommending places to visit; comparatives and superlatives.
Understanding information on room rates; room types; conference equipment; numbers; currencies. Writing letters about room rates, and conference facilities; answering enquiries; offering help.
Exchange of information on room rates, and conference facilities; choosing essential items for conferences. Dealing with booking problems, apologising, offering alternatives; telephone language: Beginning and ending phone conversations; taking a booking; taking phone messages.
Dealing with phone bookings and problems, apologising, and offering alternatives; dealing with phone messages.
Presenting the hotel the hotel bill; saying bill, methods of goodbye to guests payment, and explaining specific items; tipping; saying goodbye. Flag for inappropriate content. Related titles.Redington Beach.
Seller Inventory As with anything, there must be balance in life. Speaking practice here you bring all the work from the lesson together and you speak in pairs or small groups. Kealey, with thanks to Hotel East 21, Tokyo; page 8 photo 10 Pictor International; pages 19 and 34 www.
Dec 13, Spencer Hill rated it really liked it Shelves: I was hoping for an insight into the business savvy that made Hilton such a big success. In each part there are five sections to help you practise speaking, listening, reading and writing, as follows: Presentation — this sets the scene and introduces a topic such as speaking on the phone, or suggesting places to visit in the region, etc.
This fifteen-unit course deals with the many situations in which hotel employees meet guests, including reception, restaurant and bar work, answering the phone, giving directions, dealing with guests' problems, writing short e-mails and letters, suggesting places to visit and explaining how things work.
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