- Review Questions
- Review Questions for next class: Kratai & Goke
- Customer Care at hotels
- Hotel vocabulary
- Hotel arrivals listening and speaking practice
- Personal Picture
- Final exam test date: 11th December at 13:30
- Due next class.
- Extra sub-heading: “Suggestions for future trips”
Asking For Names
- What’s your name?
- What’s your name, please?
- Could I (just) have your name, please?
Review Questions for Week 13
Review Questions for Week 13By Peara, Pe
1. Match each situation with the most appropriate option of hotels.
a. A bed for the night
b. A place to hide away
c. Home from home
d. The office when away from the office
e. A bit of luxury once in a while
f. A place where you can let your hair down
1) Mr. Phuchit is a famous actor. His work is very stressful, so in this weekend, he wants to be relaxed as much as he can.
2) Tangmo is a 17-year-old girl who likes peace. She has got a voucher from a famous hotel, and she plans to stay there for one night. She says she needs no disturbance.
3) Kratai has been saving money for months. She is finding a very nice hotel to spend her vacation. She says, “Five-star hotel is best.”
4) Chanon is a foreign traveler. He spends a day and a night worthily. He does not stay for long in one city. “Just one day is enough,” he says.
5) Fhun is a hard-working woman. On vacation, she plans to relax herself in countryside. Unfortunately, she has an urgent work to finish.
6) Christopher is a backpacker. When he finds a place to stay, he considers the place good with its friendly staff and amiable surroundings.
2. In your own opinions, which of the following options is the most essential for you in traveling? Why? a. feeling comfortable
b. feeling secure
c. feeling very much relaxed
3. What does ‘Plagiarism’ mean?
4. What do we need to do in order to avoid plagiarism?
5. The following items are all plagiarized. Fix them
a. Copy one sentence from Withkit.com and paste it in your writing. (No reference)
b. Read some information and use its ideas in your presentation. (No reference)
c. Copy a few sentences and use them as a part of the script for presentation. (No reference)
d. Read a sentence, paraphrase it, and use it in your essay. (No reference)
6. Paraphrase the following sentence.
Unlike dogs, who have been working and living with humans far longer, cats do not look to people for their daily needs.
- Author: Michael Blake
- Title: “Do Cats Really Love You Less Than Dogs?”
- Publish date: October 13, 2015
- Example : In my opinion, I think feeling comfortable is very important when traveling as I appreciate luxury and convenience. When I find a nice hotel to stay, I usually seek for entire facilities, swimming pool, and also Wi-Fi connection. Staying in the hotel must be more comfortable than staying at home, for me.
- (n.) the process or practice of using another person's ideas or work and pretending that it is your own - online Cambridge Dictionary
- There are four rules to avoid Plagiarism: 1) Every time you use other people's words or ideas, reference it. 2) Every time you use exact words, use quotation marks. 3) If you do not use quotation marks, paraphrase. 4) Give a list of citations at the end of your text.
- a. use quotation marks and reference it b. reference them c. use quotation marks and reference them d. reference it
- Example : According to Blake (2015), compared to dogs, the animal that has been staying with its owner longer, cats are different as they do not rely on their owners for basic needs.