• Speaking

    Expression for Conversation at Airport

    Expression for Conversation at Airport         After having known about vocabulary words related to the airport and flight (see previous post about Words related to the Airport and Flight), now we want to share some Expression for Conversation at Airport. These common expressions are usually used or heard when we are at the airport for flying to somewhere we go. Below are some Expression for Conversation at Airport: The passengers will usually hear some expressions as below when they are at the airport: Ticket please. Your ticket is expired. Your passport is expired. Can I see your tickets? Can I have your ticket? Can I see your…

  • Vocabulary

    Words related to the Airport and Flight

    Words related to the Airport and Flight Words related to the Airport and Flight         Hi, My readers! Have you ever gone somewhere by plane? If you so, I believe you will be very familiar in some Words related to the Airport and Flight. For this I want to share about some Words related to the Airport and Flight. (also read : Common Words Describe Weather) Below are some Words related to the Airport and Flight: Cheat sheet is a small piece of paper with answers or hints that you have with you Departures are flights that are leaving this airport Delayed (made to happen later than intended…

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    Expression of Conversation at Hotel

    Expression of Conversation at Hotel         Everywhere we are, we need to communicate, in the airport, bus station, bank, hotel or other place. For this in this occasion we want to share some Expression of Conversation at Hotel. This topic will be divided into three sub topic, they are common expression used by guest, expression used by hotel receptionist and example in conversation. (also read : Expression of Conversation at Restaurant) Below is the topic of Expression of Conversation at Hotel: Common expression used by guest There are many expressions usually used by guests of a hotel, some of them are: I’d like a room for …. I’d…