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VICERRECTORÍA ACADÉMICA PROGRAMA DE INGLÉS

INGLÉS II FACEA 2011

UNIT 1

BUSINESS TRIPS

GETTING STARTED
Business trips are situations when a person travels because of business necessities. The person who travels stays in a hotel and usually has meals in restaurants. There are hotels with different types of facilities where business people hold business meetings. A) Look at thepictures below and write the name of the service or facility under each picture
Shuttle bus - car park – swimming pool – business center – electronic safe – conference rooms

…………………………………

…Shuttle bus…………………

…………………………………

………………………………

…………………………………

…………………………………

Think of two more services a hotel may offer

1) …………………………………… 2) ……………………………………

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B)

Look at the information about these two hotels in the brochures.
ONE PERSON double bed $69 king size bed $89 TWO PEOPLE King size bed $119 2 double beds $139
one person double bed king size bed $129 $149

two people

king size bed $169 two double beds $189 $20

rollaway bed (for children under 8)

--------------------------- HotelTropicana ---------------

Rollaway bed (for children under 8) $20 All rooms have ocean view. ….. Private beach. ….. All rooms have climate controls, bath, and shower. ….. All rooms have direct-dial telephones. …… Free cable TV. ….. Central city location. Outdoor pool and Jacuzzi. All rooms have climate controls, bath, and shower. All rooms have direct-dial telephones. Free cable TV. SatelliteTV and movie channel. Non-smoking rooms available. Sauna and fitness room available. Business service available. Four-star French Restaurant on 18th floor. Casino and night club on second floor.
18% tax added to all charges

Non-smoking rooms available. ….. Sauna and fitness room available. Coffee shop next to lobby.
18% TAX ADDED TO ALL CHARGES

HOTEL FESTIVA

C)

What facilities arethere in each hotel? Make sentences using there is o there are as in the example. See grammar point for more explanations. Examples: There are direct-dial telephones in both hotels. There is free cable TV in both hotels.

READING
A) Before you read match the words to their opposites formal open remember complicated boring forget interesting easy informal close

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B)

Read the article

How to ... have a successful business lunch
Business lunches are an enjoyable way to do business — but they can be complicated. What should you talk about? Is it better to be formal or informal? How important is it to listen? How con you have a good business lunch? Mark Addison works for an advertising agency. He saysthat it is important to remember that business lunches are also business meetings. He thinks that it’s a good idea to keep things formal the first time that you meet someone. But you don’t have to talk about business all the time. Addison says, ‘You can’t talk about work for two hours, so it’s a good idea to have some other topics to talk about.’ It is also important to listen. Sandra Hughes, whomanages a PR company, says, ‘I have lunches with clients who open their mouth to order and don’t close It until the bill is paid.’ It can be very boring if someone dominates the conversation and talks non-stop. What other things are important for a successful lunch? If you don’t know what to do, then watch what your host does. If they have a starter then you can, too. If they drink water, then youdo, too. Choose food that is easy to eat. You can enjoy the conversation without worrying about how to eat the meal. C) Go over the article and select the correct answer a) difficult to understand. b) easy to understand. a) a phrase. b) a subject that you talk about. b) the bill.

1. Something that is complicated is: 2. A topic is:

3. At the end of the meal you pay: 4. Someone who talks a...
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