Added by on March 12, 2013

Living English, a 42-part series produced by Australia Network, looks at the English language used in everyday situations such as checking into a hotel or describing people. This episode is titled, “Enjoy your stay.” Click here for details including transcript.

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  • Yaneth 5 years ago

    I like this video because it is interesting to learn about vocabulary used when you travel and getting in a Hotel. I learned expressions like:
    1. Will you need a hire car?
    2. in cash or by credit card
    3. Difference between Will you enjoy your stay? and You will enjoy your stay.

  • Norah 5 years ago

    This video is very helpful. I learned how to say thank you, thanks and thank you very much. I also learned how to use will for future actions in question and answer forms. I learned the different ways to pay, and the titles of the names. It is helpful to learn vocabulary and watch how to use them in reality.

    Thank you.

  • Gavin 5 years ago

    I think this video is very good.It repeated the phrase.We are very easy to understand.I learned from this video. 1 Our parting sentence. 2 We can use cash, credit cards or checks to pay 。3 I learn a lot of new words。

  • I like this video. Because Church polite word. I like Sentence is Will you need a hire car?

  • I think this is good. Learned to go to a hotel polite word.

  • Sujeong 5 years ago

    I like so much this video. I understood easily.
    I learned
    1.How to say “Thanks.” “Thank you.” “Thank you very much.” and answers “You’re welcome.” “Don’t mention it.” “You’re very welcome.”
    2.”Will” means future and a question sentence & a declarative sentence. (ex: Will you need a hire car? & “You will need a hire car.”)
    3. How to use preposition about different ways to pay (ex: by credit card, in cash, by EFTPOS, by cheque).
    Thank you for reading.

  • Mashari 5 years ago

    I like this video because I learned how to check in hotels .
    1- How to think somebody in a good way ?
    2- I learned how to offer help . Like will you be elwrite here ?

  • Norah 5 years ago

    I liked this video because it helped me understand what to say during check-in in hotels. Also, how to use will not in questions, but for planning in the future. I will try to practice them soon. Thank you!