Vocabulary

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Booking into a hotel is something you may need to do in your speaking exam. First of all, you need to be able to say what type of room you need and for how long.

Read what Pierre is asking for in the speech bubbles below and select the relevant symbols. Mark your answer and then press the "next question" button to go to the following question:

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When staying in a hotel, there are various facilities you will need to be able to ask for. The following exercise will help you learn the vocabulary you need.

Look at the pictures below and drag the correct name onto the image before marking your answer:

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You may have to book into a campsite in one of your role-plays. Below area few questions that you should know.

1. Avez-vous de la place pour une tente pour une nuit? S'il vous plait? Do you have space for a tent for 1 night?
2. Avez-vous de la place pour une caravane pour trois nuits? S'il vous plait? Do you have space for a caravan for 3 nights?
3. Avez-vous de la place pour une tente pour une semaine? S'il vous plait? Do you have space for a tent for a week?

Now try the following exercise...

You've arrived at the campsite and you need to know what facilities are available and where they are. The camp-warden gives you a map of the site. On the map you will see symbols for the facilities available.

Click on the word and drag it to match the correct symbol. Bonne chance!

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Being able to say the date correctly is of vital importance when you are booking accommodation. This exercise will help you revise dates. Don't get caught out on how to say the first and the third!

Type in the missing letters in the French phrases:

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