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THE BEARDSLEY HOTEL

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PART I

Jane Hunt: I'm Jane Hunt. I'm sitting outside the hotel. I'm tired. Mum's is not here. She's sitting inside the hotel. She's tired too. There's the porter. He's got the suitcases. He's taking the suitcases out of the taxi. Dad's paying the taxi driver. The porter's taking the suitcases into the hotel. Simon and Sheila are looking at the hotel. They are not tired. They're standing outside the hotel. Dad's coming. He's helping the porter. We're going into the hotel, I’d like a lemonade, a bath and a bed. I'm very tired.

 

PART 2

RESERVATIONS

Receptionist: Good.afternoon,sir.
Mr. Hunt: Good afternoon. Is this the Beardsley Hotel?
Receptionist: Yes, this the Beardsley.
Mr. Hunt: Good. I'm Mr.Hunt We've got a reservation.
Receptionist: Just a minute, please. Yes, you've got a reservation. It's for five people. It's for three weeks. Three single rooms and one double. Am I right?
Mr. Hunt: No, you're not right.We'd like two double rooms and one single room.
Receptionist: I'm sorry. Two double rooms numbers six and seven. One single room, number nine.
Mr. Hunt: Where are the rooms?
Receptionist: On the second floor.

 

THE HOTEL ROOMS

Receptionist: Please, sign the register, Mr. Hunt Jim, take the suitcases to the second floor.
Jim: Yes, madam.
Mr. Hunt: Here's the register. How much are the rooms, please?
Receptionist: A single room's four pounds (£ 4). A double room's Six pounds (£ 6). Would you like a television in the room?
Mrs. Hunt: Yes, please. Mr. Hunt and I would like a television. We'd like a telephone, too.
Receptionist: Every room's got a telephone.
Mrs. Hunt: Have the rooms got showers?
Receptionist: Yes, every bathroom's got a shower.
Mr. Hunt: Good.
Receptionist: Are you going to the rooms now?
Mr. Hunt: Yes, we are going now. Send two cups of coffee to the room, please.
Jane: And three lemonades.
Mr, Hunt: Yes, two cups of coffee and three lemonades
Receptionist: Yes, sir. Here are the keys, Mr. Hunt. Jim, take the Hunts to room six, seven and nine.
Jim: Come this way, please.
Mr. Hunt: Where's the dining-room?
Jim: Here it is. This is the dining-room.
Mrs. Hunt: When's the breakfast?
Jim: Eight o'clock (8.00) to ten o'clock (10.00)
Mrs. Hunt: Good. We'd like breakfast in the room.
Jim: Yes, madam! When?
Mrs. Hunt: Nine o'clock (9.00), please.
Jim: And the children? Would they like breakfast in the room too?.
Mrs. Hunt: Yes, please.
Jim: Certainly. Here's the lift.

 

LESSON 2

Expression List on the topic «At the Hotel”

to stay at a four (five) star hotel with first rate service — остановиться в четырёхзвёздной

(пятизвёздной) гостинице с первоклассным сервисом.

to have some accommodation — иметь свободные номера.

to make a reservation for a single room with twin beds — иметь бронь на одноместный номер с двумя

кроватями.

to book a room with a double bed — заказать номер с двухспальной кроватью.

a room with a lavatory, a bath and a shower — номер с туалетом.данной и душем.

the room is expensive when it includes service and meals — номер дорогой, когда его олата включает

обслуживание и питание

to get the key of the room — получить ключ от номера

this cosy room faces a nice square with flowers — этот уютный номер выходит на красивую площядь

с цветами.

to keep rooms very clean — содержать номер в чистоте

the maid comes up on call — горничная приходит по вызову.

to have meals in the room – питание в номере

to take a bath or a contrast shower — принять ванну или контрастный душ.

to have one's linen washed and ironed — постирать и погладить бельё.

to have one's shoes repaired and cleaned — отремонтировать или почистить обувь.

to have one's hair cut at the baber's (hairdresser's) — подстричься в парикмахерской

to tidy oneself up — привести себя в порядок

Is there any message for him? — ему что-то передали?

to bring one's mail — принести чью-либо почту

to change bed linen — менять постельное бельё

to have one's bill ready — подготовить ч-л счёт



to check in (check out) — оформляться (выписываться) в гостинице

to arrange to have a taxi — заказать такси

to start packing (unpacking) — начать упаковывать (распоковывать) вещи

visiting card — визитная карточка

air conditioning — кондиционер

to park a car near the hotel —поставить машину у гостиницы

to render services with 10 per cent of tipping — оказывать услуги с 10% чаевых.

Find Russian equivalents of the following English sentences:

1. Mr. Grab, a wealthy man with position/often stays at this five star hotel with top fate service. He always

carries alone.

2. This suite on the second floor faces a green square, doesn't it?

3. There was no other accommodation and he had to book a single room with a double bed, air conditioning and an excellent fridge full of eatable and drinkable things.

4. Having meals in his room John always ordered black caviar, banana juice and dry wine for his light

breakfast.

5. Disguised as hotel electricians they took the key of his room and stole all his things that he wanted to

resell at profiteer's prices at the market. It serves him right.

6. In this four star hotel all rooms are kept very clean and bed linen is changed every day. Service is top

rate here.

7. Our maid, a charming fair-haired girl with deep blue penetrating eyes, always came up on call with

untoldly splendid smile on her naturally pink juicy lips. Men fell in love with her at first sight, to say

nothing of Tom, our known philanderer.

8. When staying at their hotel he doesn't go to the restaurant and always has meals in his room paying good

tips to his charming maid Susana by name.

9. At Jim's hotel all guests may have their clothes washed and ironed and shoes repaired and cleaned

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within not longer time than three hours.

10. Jack had his hotel bill ready by the hour of his checking out. They arranged him a taxi to go to the

airport. This toprate hotel renders services with 10 per cent of tipping. One day at the hotel may be over

1000 dollars per man.

 

1. В этой четырехзвездной гостинице все комнаты содержатся в чистоте, а постельное белье

меняется каждый день. Сервис здесь высшего разряда.

2. Переодетые под гостиничных электриков они взяли ключ от его номера и похитили все его вещи,

которые он хотел перепродать по спекулятивным ценам на рынке. Так ему и надо.

3. Этот люкс на втором этаже выходит в зеленый сквер, не так ли?

4. Наша горничная очаровательная белокурая девушка с глубоким проникающим взглядом

голубых глаз, всегда приходила по вызову с несказанно прелестной улыбкой на ее естественно

розовых сочных губах. Мужчины влюблялись в нее с первого взгляда, не говоря уже о Томе, нашем

известном Донжуане.

5. Питаясь в своем номёре, Джон всегда заказывал черную икру, банановый сок и сухое вино лёгкий завтрак.

6. У Джека был готовый счет к часу выписки из гостиницы. Ему организовали такси для поездки в аэропорт. Эта гостиница высшего разряда оказывает услуги с десятипроцентными чаевыми. Один день проживания в гостинице может стоить 1000 долларов на человека.

7. Мистер Греб, состоятельный человек с положением, часто останавливается в этой пятизвездочной гостинице с высшим сервисом. Он всегда приезжает один.

8. Останавливаясь в гостинице, он не ходит в ресторан и всегда питается в своем номере, платя хорошие чаевые своей очаровательной горничной по имени Сюзанна.

9. Не было других номеров и ему пришлось заказать одноместный номер с двуспальной кроватью, кондиционером и отличным холодильником, полным питьевых и съестных продуктов.

10.В гостинице Джима все гости могут выстирать и погладить свою одежду и отремонтировать и почистить обувь не позднее, чем в течение трех часов.

Answer the questions:

1. When your parents go abroad, they always stay at a four star hotel with top service? Is it true? And you?

2. In our town there are some very dirty hotels with good for nothing service. Do you agree with it?

3. In his young years your neighbour's grandfather liked to enjoy his life to the utmost. While travelling in Europe he used to stay at hotels with top level service. Is it really so?

4. In our big cities hotel staff are very polite and well-bred people. They treat guests very kindly. Are you sure of that? You never come across rude and dishonest people in our hotels. Is it true?

5. In our hotel cafes, restaurants and snack bars customers are never overcharged and overweighed. Isn't it really so?

6. Do you know any local hotels where service is good for nothing and bed linen is changed once in a blue moon?

7. Do you often go on business to other towns and stay at good hotels with fairy service? Is a single room with all modern conveniences in our fashinable hotels very expensive? How much is it a day?

8. If you were fantastically rich and rolled in money, at what hotel would you stay in Paris or in London? You would book a room with all modern conveniences, wouldn't you?

9. When staying at a four star hotel you prefer having meals in your room, don't you?

10. In all our hotels services are rendered without any tips. Do you think it is really so?

11. When you stayed at the Beardsley Hotel in London last year you ordered red caviar, banana juice and Russian pancakes with honey and hot tea with herbs? It is very useful for our health, isn't it?

12. Why don’t you want to visit Brazil next year? They say that hotel service is excellent there and not very expensive if you have good money and can speak English not badly. English speaking guests are usually treated there very respectfully and good-heartedly. Don't you know that?

13. Yesterday when you were at the theatre Frank Tompson left a message for you at your hotel. Did anybody pass it to you? Frank is your American friend, isn't he? You got acquainted with this sociable and open-hearted boy when you visited the US 2 years ago. Is it so?

14. Your distant relative Jane, working as a maid at your town's central hotel, always looks very smart. She has her hair cut at the most fashionable hairdresser's. She is always well dressed and feels fit. Her white-teeth sunny smile makes the girl very attractive. Is it true? She knows Dale Carnegie's rules well, doesn't she?

15. After checking in at our town's best hotel guests, both our country people and foreigners, may use all modern conveniences and top level service. Don't you think so? And they can tidy themselves up after travelling. Is it so?

 

LESSON 3

 

Expression List on the topic “At the Hotel”


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