UNIT 5 INTERPRETING SIGNS AND OBEYING REGULATIONS
1. Match each picture with the correct description.
a. A place where you can exchange foreign money.
b. A place where your baggage is registered at an airport.
c. A person who helps you with your baggage at a hotel.
d. A place where you can ask for information aboutflight arrivals and departures.
e. A place where people take care of your babies.
f. A place where a custom officer checks your baggage.
g. A car which people use to carry their baggage.
h. A service that you can ask to have food, drinks or any other service in your room.
i. A place where you can leave your baggage locked.
j. A place where you have to register to stayin a hotel.
k. A machine which people use to weigh suitcases.
l. A place where flights arrive in an airport.
|1._____ |2. _______ |3.______ |4. ______ |
|[pic] |[pic] |[pic] |[pic] || | | | |
| | | |A baggage weight machine |
|5. _______ |6. _______ |7. _______ |8. ______|
|[pic] |[pic] |[pic] | |
| | | |[pic] |
| | ||A trolley |
|9. _______ |10. _______ |11. _______ |12. _______ |
|[pic] |[pic] |[pic] |[pic] |
|RELATIVE PRONOUNS |
|We use the relative pronouns (where, who, which, that, whose) to replace in a sentence a place (where), a person (who), an idea or an |
|object (which/that), among others, to describe subject of a sentence in affirmative sentences. Examples: |
|Where |A/ The place where your baggage is registered. |
| | |
|Who |A/ The person who helps you with yourbaggage at a hotel. |
| | |
|Which |A / The machine which people use to weigh suitcases. |
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