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At the hotel (Automatic English Speaking) PRACTICE 3 lesson B

Reception desk.

Asking about local information.

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UNIT 4: AT THE HOTEL
Reception Desk

- Good evening, sir
- Evening. I’d like to check in, please.
- Certainly sir, do you have a reservation?
- Yes, it’s in the name of Martin Andrew White.
- That’s right, you’ve booked a room with a view of the harbour. Can you please sign your name in the registration book? Here is your key card. You are in room number 1004. It’s on the thirtieth floor. You have a great view of the harbour from there.
- Thanks, where can I get something to eat?
- Our restaurant is located on the third floor. Dinner is served from seven.
- Great! What time is breakfast served in the morning?
- Breakfast is served between six and ten.
- O.K. Thank you for your help.
- You're very welcome, sir. I'll just call a bell-boy to show you to your room. I hope you'll enjoy your stay.

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ASKING ABOUT LOCAL INFORMATION

- Is there anything interesting to see nearby?
- Yes. The hotel is in an area called "The Rocks". It's the oldest part of the city. There are many cafés and restaurants nearby.
- Are there any shops in the area?
- There are a few small craft-shops and we have a morning market every Saturday and Sunday.
- The morning market sounds interesting. Are there many stalls?
- Yes, it's very big. You can buy souvenirs, handicrafts, jewellery, clothes... it's very good.
- Where are the other shops?
- Most of the shops are up in the city centre. It's a short walk away.
- And the harbour is nearby too, isn't it?
- That's right. You'll have a good view of it from your bedroom window.

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