- Review Questions
- Check page 46
- Personal Picture
- Test Feedback
- Report Writing
- Excursion Planning
Means ‘is’ or ‘has’ but not ‘was’. However, this example is correct: “When’s the last time you saw her?”
Accommodation team, and trips & entertainment team.
- Exactly (ww) should be ‘certainly’
- Paraphrase: “I’d like some water.” “Yes, I’m going to bring you some water.”
- Exam tip: if a question requires one answer, don’t give two.
Rubric for Dialogue
- Demonstrates the rules of welcoming encounters: be prepared, be interested, be helpful (2 marks)
- Uses expressions related to tourism encounters appropriately and correctly (4 marks)
- Topics of conversation are relevant to the welcoming encounter (1 mark)
- English grammar and vocabulary used with range and accuracy (3 marks)
Review Questions for Week 11
Review Questions for Week 11By Bell, Pleng
1. What is the difference between "distill" and "brew"?
2. Match each word with its dictionary definition
(a) to make cloth by repeatedly crossing a single thread through two sets of long threads on a loom (= special frame)
(b) a field with grass and often wild flowers in it
(c) the activity or skill of making clay objects by hand
(d) a shape or pattern cut into wood or stone or the skill of doing this
(e) something produced using skill and experience
(f) an area of land where fruit trees are grown
(g) the activity of walking long distances on foot for pleasure
3. How do you pronounce "silkworm"?
4. What is the difference between
4.1 rain and shower?
4.2 cloudy and overcast?
5. Which sentence is more certain?
a. It’ll rain tomorrow morning.
b. It’ll probably rain tomorrow morning.
a. It’ll rain tomorrow morning.
b. It’s going to rain tomorrow morning.
6. With your partner, can you give at least one example of rural tourism in your province?
distill [verb] /dɪˈstɪl/
to heat a liquid until it changes to a gas and then make it liquid again by cooling
examples: distilled water/whiskey
(Retrieved from https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/distill)
brew [verb] /bruː/
(1) to make beer
(2) If you brew tea or coffee, you add boiling water to it to make a hot drink, and if it brews, it gradually develops flavour in the container in which it was made
(Retrieved from https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/brew)
2.1 meadow = (b) a field with grass and often wild flowers in it
(Retrieved from https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/meadow)
2.2 orchard = (f) an area of land where fruit trees are grown
(Retrieved from https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/orchard)
2.3 pottery = (c) the activity or skill of making clay objects by hand
(Retrieved from https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/pottery)
2.4 craft = (e) something produced using skill and experience
(Retrieved from https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/craft)
2.5 trekking = (g) the activity of walking long distances on foot for pleasure
(Retrieved from https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/trekking)
2.6 weave = (a) to make cloth by repeatedly crossing a single thread through two sets of long threads on a loom (= special frame)
(Retrieved from https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/weave)
2.7 carving = (d) a shape or pattern cut into wood or stone or the skill of doing this
(Retrieved from https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/weaving)
4.1 In terms of coverage, rain usually covers a much wider area compared to showers. In terms of duration, rain usually lasts longer than showers. In terms of occurrence, showers often start and end more sudden compared to rains.(Retrieved from http://www.differencebetween.net/language/difference-between-rain-and-showers/)
4.2 Cloudy conditions mean at least 50 percent of the sky will be covered by clouds – there will be more clouds than sunshine. Mostly cloudy means from 80 to 90 percent of the sky will be covered by clouds. An overcast sky is usually a dull and gray-looking sky when clouds are expected to cover all of the surrounding area. Almost entire sky is cloudy. (Retrieved from https://blog.chron.com/sciguy/2011/03/is-there-a-difference-between-the-terms-cloudy-and-overcast/)
5.1 a. It’ll rain tomorrow morning.
5.2 b. It’s going to rain tomorrow morning.
6. Example: In my neighbourhood, Surat Thani, there is a rural tourism area named Klong Roy Sai. There are so many activities to do if you visit the place. The visitors can cruise around the mangrove forests to watch the ancient houses that are well preserved. The visitors can also enjoy the traditional fishing routes and many activities that will make tourists realize the simple happiness of the Klong Roy Sai, the community lives in ordinary but not ordinary. People in this area still use boat as a main vehicle for transportation. In addition, visitors will see demonstrations of coconut shell handicrafts and batik wristwatches.