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INGLS INSTRUMENTALCurso de Turismo

MODULO II

Prof Marco Ocke

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INGLS INSTRUMENTALCurso de Turismo

MODULO II

SUMRIO

MEIOS DE TRANSPORTE ............................................................. 3 LOCALIZAO ............................................................................. 5 RESTAURANTE ............................................................................. 7 ADJETIVOS DESCRITIVOS............................................................ 9 COMPARATIVOS E SUPERLATIVOS ........................................... 11 FORMAS DE PAGAMENTO ......................................................... 15 ADJETIVOS QUANTITATIVOS..................................................... 17 VERBOS MODAIS ........................................................................ 19

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Means of TransportationA- Leia o itinerrio abaixo e circule os meios de transporte mencionados. Day 1 Depart at Heathrow Airport. Day2 Arrive in Amsterdam. Day 3 Take the shuttle bus to Visit the Grand Palace. Day 4 Cross the border by train to Wineland; explore in the afternoon. Day 5 Take the boat down the river to Isbruck, then a short bus journey to Venice; afternoon sightseeing in Bantey Bay on a sailboat. Day 6 Early morning ferry ride to Lugano Lake Day 7 Fly to Vientiane, in the capital. Day 8 Morning mini van journey to Rome. Day 9 Road trip to Maggiore, a wonderful sight. Day 10 Early morning flight over Mount Phytom to see the sunrise Day 11 Speedboat trip to Park Beng. Day 12 Another boat trip to cross the Mekong back into Maggiore. Day 13 Fly to Paris in the morning. Night flight to London. Day 14 Arrive Heathrow Airport. B- Nomeie os pargrafos de 1 a 4 com os meios de transporte apropriados e em seguida faa uma lista com as principais caractersticas de cada um.

Car Traveling - Air Transport - Rail Transportation - Water Transportation

1-_____________________________ is by far the most effective transport mode. Notably because of prices, only 12.5% of the tourists travel by plane. It has revolutionized the geographical aspect of distances; the most remote areas can now be attained, any journey around the world can be measured in terms of hours of traveling. With jets that can reach up to 1950 km/hr, international tourism is no longer an ongoing adventure. Businesspeople are among the biggest users of airline facilities.

2- -_____________________________ is usually an independent mean of transport. The driver decides where, when and how he is going to get to a destination. It is the only transportation mode that does not require transfers, in the sense that the whole journey, from door to door can be achieved without even stopping. It is the dominant mode in the world tourism (77% of all

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journeys),

notably

because

of

advantages

such

as

flexibility,

price,

independence, etc. Tourists will often rent vehicles to journey within their destinations.

3- _____________________________ is mainly concentrated towards short journeys of about a week. Cruising has become a significant tourist industry; big cruisers are like floating resorts where guests can enjoy luxury and entertainment while moving towards their multiple destination. The principal geographic locations of the main cruise lines are the Caribbean, the Mediterranean and South China/Pacific Ocean. This industry is characterized by a high level of market concentration with a few companies, such as Carnival and Princess.

4- _____________________________ is also another option, it was the dominant form of mass public transport before the car age in the developed economies, and still remains the main travel mode in less developed economies. Even if trains are very fast, the network is not too flexible, pre-established routes have to be followed. The railway network usually reflects more the commercial needs of the national economy then the holiday tourist flow which can make it a second choice as a traveling mode. The railway systems of several countries, notably in Europe, have seen massive investments for long-distance routes and high-speed engines.LISTA DE CARACTERSTICAS DE CADA MEIO DE TRANSPORTE

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Location of Places

At the airportA: Excuse-me, where is the duty free shop? B: Its on the third floor A: On the third floor? B: Yes, its in the middle of the hall; its across from the bank. A: Thanks

As preposies de localizao so:ON / IN / UNDER / IN FRONT OF BEHIND / ACROSS FROM NEXT TO / NEAR ON THE CORNER

GIVING DIRECTIONSA: I need to go to Rental Car. How do I get there? B: The Rental Car? Let me see. Go straight for two blocks and turn right. Walk to the traffic light. Then, turn left and walk until you get to the post office, turn left again. The Rental Car is on the corner. You cant miss it. A: Thanks.

Word List Asking and Giving DirectionsHow do I get to ...? What's the best way to ...? Where is ...? Go straight on (until you come to ...). Turn back./Go back. Turn left/right (into ...-street). Go along .... Cross ... Take the first/second road on the left/right It's on the left/right. straight on opposite near next to between at the end (of) (just) around the corner traffic lights crossroads, junction

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1- What's the best way to the post office? Fiil in the gaps.(Use the map for orientation.)

turn right / turn left / across from / go straightExcuse me, where is the post office, please? ___________ at the next corner. Then _____________ until you come to the traffic lights. ___________there. The post office is ___________the cinema.

2- Fill in the words below correctly. (Use the map for orientation.) continue, end, excuse, get, left (2x), opposite from, right, second, straight on, thank, turn, welcome

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

________ me, how do I ____ to the cinema? Go ____________. Turn _______ at the corner. Then take the _______ road on your _______. ________ to the ______ of the road. _______ left there. The cinema is on your ______, ______ the castle. ________ you very much. You're __________.

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At the restaurantConversation 1 Going out for dinner! Sandy: Say, do you want to go out for dinner tonight? Bob: Sure. Where would you like to go? Sandy: Well, what do you think of Indian food? Bob: I love it, but Im not really in the mood for it today. Sandy: Yeah. Im not either. Its a bit spicy. Bob: How do you like Japanese food? Sandy: Oh, I like it a lot. Bob: I do too and I know a nice Japanese restaurant near here. Its called Kazan. Sandy: Great, Ive always wanted to go there. Bob: Awesome! Lets go. 1- Where are Sandy and Bob going for dinner? a- Indian Restaurant b- Japanese Restaurant 2- Does Bob enjoy Indian food? a- Yes, he loves it. b- No, he prefers Japanese food. 3- What does Sandy think of Indian food? a- She thinks its healthy. b- She thinks its spicy. Conversation 2 Ordering a Meal Waiter: May I take your order? Customer: Yes. Id like a hamburger and a large order of French fries, please. Waiter: All right. And would you like a salad? Customer: Yes. Ill have a mixed green salad. Waiter: Ok. What kind of dressing would you like? We have tomato, Italian and French. Customer: Italian, please. Waiter: Would you like anything else? Customer: Yes. Id like a large soda, please. Grammar Focus & Expressions What would you like to eat? Id like a hamburger Ill have a small salad. What kind of dressing would you like? Id like Italian, please. Ill have French. What would you like to drink? Id like large soda. Ill have coffee. Would you like anything else? Yes, please. Id like some water. No, thank you. That will be all. Pag 7

Complete this conversation. Waitress: What _________ you like to order? Customer: I _________ have the fried chicken. Waitress: ___________ you like rice or potatoes? Customer: Potatoes, please. Waitress: Ok, and what will you ___________ to drink? Customer: I _________ have a large coke. Waitress: Would you ___________ anything else? Customer: No, thats all.

THE MENU appetizers and openers (antepastos e entradas) soups (sopas) salads (salads) main course / main dish ( prato principal) side order / side dish (acompanhamentos) sauces / dressing (molho) desserts (sobremesas) beverages (bebidas)

oil and garlic sauce juice mixed nuts fruit salad chicken turkey

seafood salad beans vegetables soup tonic water rice consomm

peanuts fish ice cream tomato sauce French fries sparkling water

soda pork chicken salad red wine bchamel sauce beer

potato salad dry tomato onion soup baked potato steak pie

appetizers

soups

salads

main course

side order

sauces

desserts

beverage

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ADJECTIVES Adjetivos so usados para descrever nomes ou pronomes. Eles acrescentam novas idias a eles. Costumamos dizer que o adjetivo modifica o significado do nome ou do pronome. Observe os exemplos: 1234menina bonita beautiful girl uma casa bonita e confortvel a big and comfortable house Naes Unidas United Nations Fundo Monetrio Nacional (FMI) International Monetary Fund

Regra: Como voc pode perceber, em ingls, o adjetivo vem antes do substantivo. BE CAREFUL

Adjetivos no tm forma singular ou plural nem masculino ou feminino. Adjetivos se mantm invariveis. Nunca adicione S no final de um adjetivo. NOT: difficults books

Adjetivos tambm podem ser aplicados no final das frases para descrever um substantivo. Example: My doctor is excellent.

No use o adjetivo depois de um substantivo. NOT: an apple red

1) Escolha a melhor traduo para: a) b) c) d) e) f) g) medium-sized businesses underdeveloped countries healthy and prosperous industry Communist countries cultural