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TOURISM VOCABS

TRAVEL

 

 

 

When you are traveling to other countries and want to communicate with other people with the English language then most probably you are going to encounter different accents and pronunciation very different from your English classes.

Here are some tourism words that enable you to communicate with others while traveling around.

 

Attractions

The places that tourists like to see are called attractions.

Example:

what attractions should we see while we’re here?

 

Business district

It’s the place where most offices are and are usually at the center of a city.

Example:

Don’t go to the business district around five o’clock because it is very crowded.

 

Entertainment district

An area that has lots of clubs, bars, and theaters.

Example:

Don’t miss out the entertainment district at nights you can have a great fun there.

 

Custom

Something that people do as a part of their culture.

Example:

Can you tell me if I need to tip here? I don’t know the customs of this country. Highlight The most amazing and interesting thing or event from something.

Example:

The London eye was the highlight of our trip.

 

Scenery

The beautiful and natural scene that you see around a place.

Example:

The scenery around Paris is lovely.

 

Surroundings

All the things around you are your surroundings.

Example:

Be aware of your surroundings or you get lost easily.

 

Depart

To leave or take off from a place

Example:

We depart from the hotel at 11 a.m.

 

Arrive

To come to a place or reaching a destination

Example:

We arrive at the airport around five o’clock.

 

Recommend

To give advice or a suggestion

Example:

Can you recommend a good restaurant around here?

 

Sit back and relax

It’s a phrase that invites people to enjoy their time and relax

Example:

Sit back and relax and we get to our hotel shortly.

 

Here are some phrases relating to tourism.

 

Conversation for double checking what you heard.

Example:

I heard you ask (about flights). Is that correct?

So, you said (you wanted to visit the ruins), right?

Okay, I understand that (your flight leaves at 3 PM). Is that correct?

 

Conversation for clarification of what you heard.

I’m sorry, I didn’t quite understand that.

Can you say that again?

Pardon my English, but I didn’t quite understand that. Can you say that again?

I’m sorry, but I didn’t catch that. Can you describe what you mean?

 

 

These words and phrases can help you to walk around a new city that you go as a tourist.

 


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