BE MY GUEST STUDENT BOOK ENGLISH FOR THE HOTEL INDUSTRY

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Be My Guest | Be My Guest is a language course for pre and in-service students of English in the hotel industry at the elementary to lower intermediate level. | Francis A Teacher's Book and Audio CD are also available. • Deals with all. 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 Student's Book: English for the Hotel Industry [Francis O'Hara] on kaz-news.info *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This fifteen-unit course deals .


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Be My Guest Student's Book: English for the Hotel Industry Francis O'Hara. This fifteen-unit course deals with the many situations in which hotel employees meet . Guest. English for the Hotel Industry Listening. Be My Guest is a course for pre- and in-service hotel Student's Book - 15 units, Personal job file, Speaking. Be My Guest Student's Book: English for the Hotel Industry. (11 ratings A Teacher's Book and Audio CD are also available. show more.

Commissioned photographs by Gareth Boden on pages 12, 14, 39, 40 left , 60 and To the Directors and staff of the following hotels who have generously allowed me to use authentic material A special thank you to the staff at The Manor of Groves from their publications. Cover design by Dale Tomlinson.

There are tips understand, speak, read and write the English and exercises to help you remember what you you need.

Its primary aim is to teach you to speak to and understand guests at the Speaking practice — here you bring all the work hotel where you work, in order to make their stay from the lesson together and you speak in pairs more comfortable and your job more enjoyable. Part A introduces the topic and Part B develops it.

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.

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.

Key vocabulary is introduced in context through the reading and listening passages, and is developed in Word study sections. The Vocabulary section at the end of each unit consists of a monolingual glossary of important words and expressions.

Written by an author who has considerable experience of teaching this kind of student in France, it focusses on building fluency and vocabulary, and improving grammatical and pronunciation accuracy. The 15 units of the course are each divided into two easy-to-use double page spread lessons and cover the range of communicative situations that hotel workers may find themselves in.

Collin, P. Designed for those working in the hospitality industry, this reference provides more than 20, entries of vocabulary used in catering, restaurants and kitchens, hotels and guest houses, travel, insurance, industry-specific health and safety situations, as well as basic accounting, business, and personnel management terms.

Also included are international airline abbreviations, national airport codes, international telephone codes, time zone information, and more. Check Your Vocabulary Hotels, Tourism and Catering by David Riley; Paperback: 52 pages Publisher: Peter Collin Publishing This updated workbook is useful for testing and improving vocabulary for those working in the hospitality industry.

It includes self-study exercises and practical speaking activities and is suitable for group use or self-study. Word games, crosswords group games, and pair work are used to increase the proficiency and comfort level of the student. New Releases.

Be My Guest Student's Book: English for the Hotel Industry. Description 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.

Table of contents 1 Introductions 2 The Check-in 3 The hotel bedroom 4 The bathroom, the porter 5 Services in the hotel 6 Location of facilities 7 Room services 8 Problems and solutions 9 Taking bar orders 10 In the restaurant 1 11 In the restaurant 2 12 Interesting places to visit 13 Enquiries 14 Using the phone 15 The check-out Personal job files Speaking practice Tapescripts Verb list show more.

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Book ratings by Goodreads.Enter the email address you signed up with and we'll email you a reset link. To the Directors and staff of the following hotels who have generously allowed me to use authentic material from their publications.

Understanding requests for directions; giving directions inside and outside the hotel. Harry Potter. Alina MV.

Presenting the hotel the hotel bill; saying bill, methods of goodbye to guests payment, and explaining specific items; tipping; saying goodbye. Good luck!