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Кафедра іноземних мов

Дисципліна: Іноземна мова (за професійним спрямуванням)

Ступінь освіти: 6 (Бакалавр) Напрям /спеціальність: 040103 «Туризм»

 

Контрольна робота №1

Variant 1

I. Give Ukrainian equivalents:

1. catering

2. overseas visitors

3. foreign currency

4. resort

5. to attract visitors

 

II. Give English equivalents:

1. проводити відпустку

2. отримати задоволення

3. обслуговувати

4. за кордоном

5. розвиток

 

III. Match the word with its definition:

1. accommodation a) the practice of travelling

2. tourism b) smth. supplied for convenience or to satisfy a need as lodging, food, services or seats

3. itinerary c) modern, up to date

4. contemporary d) something new or unusual

5. novelty e) the route of a journey or the proposed outline of one

IV. Complete the sentences:

1. Tourism for many countries is … a) by advertising Britain abroad.

2. Travel and tourism are... b)on advertising their attractions.

3. Tourism began to assume some importance … c)closely interlinked with the need for

4.Countries traditionally spent a great deal of money … refreshment.

5. The government supported the tourist industry … d) after the last war.

e) a major industry.

 

V. Choose the appropriate word or word combination:

1. Classifications based on … of trip have been established by Wahab and by Smith.

a)purposeb) destinationc)form

 

2. Wahab’s classification included recreational, cultural, health, sport and … tourism.

a)masculineb) historical youthc)conference

 

3.Cultural tourism informs tourists about other countries and peoples, their lifestyles, … and languages.

a) battlefieldsb) museumsc)customs

 

4. Historical tourism includes visits to ancient monuments, … , and other places of historical interest.

a) cinemasb)archaeological digsc) theatres

 

5.At the end of the XVIII century the people who visited different lands … to have a nice time were called tourists.

a) in order; b) were ordered; c) of the order;

VI. Choose the correct variant:

1. One-star hotels … a higher standard of accommodation.

a) offer b) offers c) are offering

2. Travelers cheques can be ... in the cashier’s desk at any time.

a) cashed ; b) cash ; c) cashing .

3. The clerk is instructing the tourists and so … the receptionist.

a) do; b) is ; c) does.

4. Before …, the housekeeper must closely check for the items which need repairing.

a) leaving; b) leave; c) have left.

5. Every quest should … an opportunity to express any problems or complaints.

a) be permitted; b) permit ; c) permitted.

 

VII. Choose the right answer.

1. What does transport and tourism industry include? a. It has a great economic importance and

2. Why is international tourism considered more generates employment.

important than domestic one? b. Tourism will grow faster than any other

3. What is the tourist forecast? industry in the world.

4. Why has tourism become one of fastest- growing c. This form of holiday offers full board

world industries? and entertainment at a competitive price.

5. Why are holiday cams popular with Britons? d. International tourists spend more, stay longer at their destination and bring in foreign currency.

e. It includes lodging, transportation, feeding and entertainment facilities.

VIII. Read the text and decide if the statement is true or false.

Small Is Beautiful

The idea came from Japan: extremely small, extremely cheap hotel rooms. Now the so-called capsule hotels are spreading to other parts of the world. Some of these are run by the parent company of low-cost airline easyJet. The easyGroup opened easy Hotels in Hungary, Switzerland and Britain in 2005. The rooms are not as small as the Japanese models, but their prices are still very low. Rooms start at about $22 a night.

The British company Yotel opened its first hotel at Gatwick airport in July 2007. Its hotel rooms look like a combination of the Japanese model and a first-class cabin on a British Airways plane. Room rates start at £.55 a night. A second Yotel opened at Heathrow airport in December 2007, while a third one was planned for 2008 in Amsterdam.

 

1. The first capsule hotels were designed in Japan T. F.

2. The British company Yotel opened its hotels of the new design in the capital T. F.

3. The new trend in the hotel industry spread to Ukraine T. F.

4. The easyJet opened easy Hotels in Hungary, Switzerland and Britain. T. F.

5. Capsule hotels in Japan are run by the parent company easyGroup T. F.

6. The rooms in European easy Hotels are as small as the Japanese models. T. F.

7. The prices in European easy Hotels are very low. T. F.

8. Room rates at Gatwick airport start at £.55 a night. T. F.

9. A first hotel of the British company Yotel opened at airport Gatwick. T. F.

10. Hotel rooms at airport Gatwick look like a Japanese model. T. F.

 

Затверджено на засіданні кафедри ІМ

Протокол №12 від 20 червня 2012 р.

Завдання склав: ст. викладач Лучит Л. В.

В. о. зав.кафедри: доц. Мукан Н. В.

 

Міністерство освіти і науки України

НУ «Львівська політехніка»

Кафедра іноземних мов

Дисципліна: Іноземна мова (за професійним спрямуванням)

Ступінь освіти: 6 (Бакалавр) Напрям / спеціальність: 040103 «Туризм»

 

Контрольна робота №1

 

Variant 2

I. Give Ukrainian equivalents:

1. refreshment -

2. to cater -

3. to enjoy -

4. abroad -

5. development -

 

II. Give English equivalents:

1. прогноз -

2. подорож -

3. відновлення, оздоровлення -

4. житло -

5. відпочиваючий -

III. Match the word with its definition:

1.international tourism a. the quality orstate of being responsible

2.proprietorb. to make modern in state, style or usage

3.contractc.one who has the legal right or exclusive title to something, owner

4. responsibilityd.a binding agreement between two or more persons or parties

5.tomodernizee.catering for people who travel to and stay in countries from which they do not originate.

IV. Complete the sentences:

1. Classifications based on purpose of trip have … a) l million overseas visitors in Britain.

2. By 1951 tourism had... b)had been 4million.

3. By 1956 there were over … c) began to be of some importance.

4. It was estimated that by 1968 the number of visitors … d) been established by Wahab and by

5. The figures for overseas visitors … Smith.

e) become Britain's biggest dollar earner.

 

V. Choose the appropriate word or word combination:

 

1.French hotels made emphasis on … served in various public restaurants and in private rooms.

a) goods b) drinksc)food

2.Hotel's reputation was based on the quality of food served which was more important than the standard of…

a)accommodationb) entertainmentc)recreation

3.In holiday camps all sorts of entertainment were included in the …

a) service b) price c) list

4. Holiday camps opened at several resorts and proved very popular for families with …

a) childrenb)grown ups c) elderly parents

5.Holiday camp is a popular form of holiday because it offers full board and entertainment at a … price.

a) low b) competitive c) high

 

 

VI. Choose the correct variant:

1. Most resident hotels … reduced rates for weekly, monthly or seasonal rentals.

a) offer b) is offering c) offers

2.A photocopying service is available at business Centre any time.

a) on; b) in; c) at.

3. They are going to take hotel coach to the airport and … we.

a) so do; b) so are; c) so were.

4. The advertising manager … the most effective media for promoting the hotel.

a) identify; b) identifies; c) is identifying.

5. In a large hotel, front desk duties may be … among receptionists and cashiers.

a) divide; b) divided; c) dividing.

 

VII. Choose the right answer:

1. What is tourism? a. They make a contribution to the experience

2. What do the forms of tourism contribute to? gained by tourists.

3. What do the forms of tourism include? b. He proposed a fivefold classification.

4. What was Cohen’s classification of tourism? c. They include recreational, cultural, sport,

Is the transport and tourism industry well- health and conference tourism.

Estimated? d. It’s a generic term which comprises many

different forms of travel.

e. This industry is underestimated.

 

VIII. Read the text and decide if the statement is true or false.

Протокол №12 від 20 червня 2012 р.

Завдання склав: ст. викладач Лучит Л. В.

В. о. зав.кафедри: доц. Мукан Н. В.

Міністерство освіти і науки України

НУ «Львівська політехніка»

Кафедра іноземних мов

Дисципліна: Іноземна мова (за професійним спрямуванням)

IV. Complete the sentences:

1. Cohen developed … a) other countries and peoples, their lifestyles, customs

2. Wahab produced... and languages.

3. Cultural tourism informs b) visits to ancient monuments, archaeological digs,

tourists about … and other places of historical interest.

4. Historical tourism includes … c) a fourfold classification of tourist experiences and roles.

5. Cultural tourism includes … d)getting knowledge about peoples of contemporary societies through art and crafts, work, religion, language, traditions, food and dress.

e) a fivefold classification of tourism.

 

V. Choose the appropriate word or word combination:

1.… spend more and stay longer at their destination, and because they bring in foreign currency.

a) International travelersb) Domestic touristsc)Environmental tourists

2.… will grow faster than any other industry in our world.

a) Catering b) Tourism c) Transportation

3.World travel increased towards the end of the nineteenth century when shipping companies built … for passengers only.

a) ice-breakers b) boats c) steamships

4. … summer holiday was part of the British way of life.

a) A monthly b) An annual c) Everyday

5.French hotels had plenty of space for lounge, reading and writing rooms, billiard rooms, … .

a) bars b) conference halls c) cafes

VI. Choose the correct variant:

1. A typical conference hotel may … secretarial services and provide

guests with different equipment.

a) offers b) offer c) is offering

2.The first American Hotel, the City Hotel, … in New York City.

a) opening; b) open ; c) opened.

3. The hotel will not take responsibility … valuables left in a room.

a) in; b) for; c) of.

4.We are going to walk in the hills all day tomorrow and … our friends.

a) so are ; b) so do; c) so does.

5. ...resident hotels offer reduced rates for weekly, monthly, or seasonal rentals.

a) Much; b) More ; c) Most.

Кафедра іноземних мов

IV. Complete the sentences:

1. Wahab's classification included … a) Wahab's first two categories plus historical, ethnic

2. Smith's classification included... and environmental tourism.

3. The organized mass tourist has a b)the tour itinerary and time allocations are not

package tour in which … entirely planned by others.

4. For the individual mass tourist … c) plan their own trips and try to avoid developed

5. Explorers usually … tourist attractions.

d)recreational, cultural, health and conference tourism.

e) itineraries are fixed, stops are planned and guided.

 

V. Choose the appropriate word or word combination:

1.The transport and tourism is an … industry in terms of economic importance and of its capacity to generate employment.

a) overestimated b) underestimated c) estimated

2. Transport and tourism is the third largest item of … expenditure of households in most development countries....

a) consumer b) traveller c) tourist

3. The transport and tourism industry is engaged in the lodging, … , feeding and entertainment of the traveller. a) attraction b) transportation c) invitation

4. Transport and tourism is the largest … in many countries as one out of every 16 workers in the world is employed in this trade.

a)employerb)traderc) dealer

5. ...is catering for people who travel to and stay in countries from which they do not originate.

a) Environmental tourism b) Domestic tourism c) International tourism

 

VI. Choose the correct variant:

1. Linen articles placed in each room are .... on the daily report.

a) indicates b) indicated c) indicate

2.A local guide … tourists when they enter the city.

a)can not meet; b)is to meet; c) have to meet;

3. A guest house … low-priced accommodation.

a) provides; b) provide; c) is providing.

4. They are going to have dinner at the restaurant and … we.

a) so do; b) so are ; c) so does.

5. Many hotels provide safety deposit boxes or a safe for guests wishing … valuables.

a) to store; b) store; c) storing.

 

The Hotel Business

Hotels, motels, and resorts provide lodging to suit the needs of every traveller. Some motels offer inexpensive basic services for those who simply want a comfortable place to sleep. Other motels and most hotels cater to persons who desire more luxurious surroundings and offer fine restaurants, personal service, and many recreational facilities that may include swimming pools, golf courses, tennis courts, horseback riding, game rooms, and health spas.

Lodging establishments range in size from those with only a few rooms and employees to es­tablishments with more than 1,000 rooms and hundreds of employees. Many of the motels built in recent years are fairly large and employ many workers, but the economy motels and most of older motels have relatively small staffs. In fact, some motels are run entirely by owners and their families.

 

1. Hotels, motels, and resorts provide lodging to meet the needs of travellers. T. F.

2. Most hotels cater to persons who want more luxurious surroundings. T. F.

3. Some motels and most hotels provide restaurants, personal service, and recreational facilities T. F.

4. Recreational facilities don’t include swimming pools, game rooms and health spas.T. F.

5. Lodging establishments are of the same size. T. F.

6. Lodging establishments may employ only a few to hundreds of employees. T. F.

7. Modern motels are small and employ many workers. T. F.

8. Most older motels have rather small staffs. T. F.

9. Motels built recently employ more workers than elder motels. T. F.

10. Motels are usually run by owners and their families. T. F.

 

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Кафедра іноземних мов

Кафедра іноземних мов

IV. Complete the sentences:

1. International tourism means … a)bring in foreign currency.

2. International travellers are said... b)is often considered even more important than

3. International tourism …domestic tourism.c) increased progressively since the 1960's.

4. International travellers … d)to spend more and stay longer at their

5. The number of international travellers has…destination.

e) catering for people who travel to and stay in

Кафедра іноземних мов

Small Is Beautiful

The idea came from Japan: extremely small, extremely cheap hotel rooms. Now the so-called capsule hotels are spreading to other parts of the world. Some of these are run by the parent company of low-cost airline easyJet. The easyGroup opened easy Hotels in Hungary, Switzerland and Britain in 2005. The rooms are not as small as the Japanese models, but their prices are still very low. Rooms start at about $22 a night.

The British company Yotel opened its first hotel at Gatwick airport in July 2007. Its hotel rooms look like a combination of the Japanese model and a first-class cabin on a British Airways plane. Room rates start at £.55 a night. A second Yotel opened at Heathrow airport in December 2007, while a third one was planned for 2008 in Amsterdam.

 

1. The first capsule hotels were designed in Japan T. F.

2. The British company Yotel opened its hotels of the new design in the capital T. F.

3. The new trend in the hotel industry spread to Ukraine T. F.

4. The easyJet opened easy Hotels in Hungary, Switzerland and Britain. T. F.

5. Capsule hotels in Japan are run by the parent company easyGroup T. F.

6. The rooms in European easy Hotels are as small as the Japanese models. T. F.

7. The prices in European easy Hotels are very low. T. F.

8. Room rates at Gatwick airport start at £.55 a night. T. F.

9. A first hotel of the British company Yotel opened at airport Gatwick. T. F.

10. Hotel rooms at airport Gatwick look like a Japanese model. T. F.

 

 

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Кафедра іноземних мов

IV. Complete the sentences:

1. Classifications based on purpose of trip have … a) l million overseas visitors in Britain.

2. By 1951 tourism had... b)had been 4million.

3. By 1956 there were over … c) began to be of some importance.

4. It was estimated that by 1968 the number of visitors … d) been established by Wahab and by

5. The figures for overseas visitors … Smith.

e) become Britain's biggest dollar earner.

 

V. Choose the appropriate word or word combination:

 

1.Holiday camp is a popular form of holiday because it offers full board and entertainment at a … price.

a)lowb)competitivec) high

2.Hotel's reputation was based on the quality of food served which was more important than the standard of…

a)accommodationb) entertainmentc)recreation

3.In holiday camps all sorts of entertainment were included in the …

a) service b) price c) list

4. Holiday camps opened at several resorts and proved very popular for families with …

a) childrenb)grown ups c) elderly parents

5. French hotels made emphasis on … served in various public restaurants and in private rooms.

a) goods b) drinksc)food

 

 

VI. Choose the correct variant:

1. In a large hotel, front desk duties may be … among receptionists and cashiers.

a) divide; b) divided; c) dividing.

2.A photocopying service is available at business Centre any time.

a) on; b) in; c) at.

3. They are going to take hotel coach to the airport and … we.

a) so do; b) so are; c) so were.

4. The advertising manager … the most effective media for promoting the hotel.

a) identify; b) identifies; c) is identifying.

5. Most resident hotels … reduced rates for weekly, monthly or seasonal rentals.

a) offer b) is offering c) offers

 

VII. Choose the right answer:

1. What is tourism? a. They make a contribution to the experience

2. What do the forms of tourism contribute to? gained by tourists.

3. What do the forms of tourism include? b. He proposed a fivefold classification.

4. What was Cohen’s classification of tourism? c. They include recreational, cultural, sport,

Кафедра іноземних мов

IV. Complete the sentences:

1. Cohen developed … a) other countries and peoples, their lifestyles, customs

2. Wahab produced... and languages.

3. Cultural tourism informs b) visits to ancient monuments, archaeological digs,

tourists about … and other places of historical interest.

4. Historical tourism includes … c) a fourfold classification of tourist experiences and roles.

5. Cultural tourism includes … d)getting knowledge about peoples of contemporary societies through art and crafts, work, religion, language, traditions, food and dress.

e) a fivefold classification of tourism.

 

V. Choose the appropriate word or word combination:

1.French hotels had plenty of space for lounge, reading and writing rooms, billiard rooms, … .

a)barsb)conference hallsc)cafes

2.… will grow faster than any other industry in our world.

a) Catering b) Tourism c) Transportation

3.World travel increased towards the end of the nineteenth century when shipping companies built … for passengers only.

a) ice-breakers b) boats c) steamships

4. … summer holiday was part of the British way of life.

a) A monthly b) An annual c) Everyday

5.… spend more and stay longer at their destination, and because they bring in foreign currency.

a) International travelers b) Domestic tourists c) Environmental tourists

VI. Choose the correct variant:

1. ...resident hotels offer reduced rates for weekly, monthly, or seasonal rentals.

a) Much; b) More ; c) Most.

2.The first American Hotel, the City Hotel, … in New York City.

a) opening; b) open ; c) opened.

3. The hotel will not take responsibility … valuables left in a room.

a) in; b) for; c) of.

4.We are going to walk in the hills all day tomorrow and … our friends.

a) so are ; b) so do; c) so does.

5. A typical conference hotel may … secretarial services and provide

guests with different equipment.

a) offers b) offer c) is offering

Кафедра іноземних мов

IV. Complete the sentences:

1. Wahab's classification included … a) Wahab's first two categories plus historical, ethnic

2. Smith's classification included... and environmental tourism.

3. The organized mass tourist has a b)the tour itinerary and time allocations are not

package tour in which … entirely planned by others.

4. For the individual mass tourist … c) plan their own trips and try to avoid developed

5. Explorers usually … tourist attractions.

d)recreational, cultural, health and conference tourism.

e) itineraries are fixed, stops are planned and guided.

 

V. Choose the appropriate word or word combination:

1. ...is catering for people who travel to and stay in countries from which they do not originate.

a) Environmental tourism b) Domestic tourism c) International tourism

2. Transport and tourism is the third largest item of … expenditure of households in most development countries....

a) consumer b) traveller c) tourist

3. The transport and tourism industry is engaged in the lodging, … , feeding and entertainment of the traveller.

a)attractionb) transportation c)invitation

4. Transport and tourism is the largest … in many countries as one out of every 16 workers in the world is employed in this trade.

a)employerb)traderc) dealer

5.The transport and tourism is an … industry in terms of economic importance and of its capacity to generate employment.

a) overestimated b) underestimated c) estimated

VI. Choose the correct variant:

1.Many hotels provide safety deposit boxes or a safe for guests wishing … valuables.

a) to store; b) store; c) storing.

2.A local guide … tourists when they enter the city.

a)can not meet; b)is to meet; c) have to meet;

3. A guest house … low-priced accommodation.

a) provides; b) provide; c) is providing.

4. They are going to have dinner at the restaurant and … we.

a) so do; b) so are ; c) so does.

5. Linen articles placed in each room are .... on the daily report.

a) indicates b) indicated c) indicate

 

The Hotel Business

Hotels, motels, and resorts provide lodging to suit the needs of every traveller. Some motels offer inexpensive basic services for those who simply want a comfortable place to sleep. Other motels and most hotels cater to persons who desire more luxurious surroundings and offer fine restaurants, personal service, and many recreational facilities that may include swimming pools, golf courses, tennis courts, horseback riding, game rooms, and health spas.

Lodging establishments range in size from those with only a few rooms and employees to es­tablishments with more than 1,000 rooms and hundreds of employees. Many of the motels built in recent years are fairly large and employ many workers, but the economy motels and most of older motels have relatively small staffs. In fact, some motels are run entirely by owners and their families.

 

1. Hotels, motels, and resorts provide lodging to meet the needs of travellers. T. F.

2. Most hotels cater to persons who want more luxurious surroundings. T. F.

3. Some motels and most hotels provide restaurants, personal service, and recreational facilities T. F.

4. Recreational facilities don’t include swimming pools, game rooms and health spas.T. F.

5. Lodging establishments are of the same size. T. F.

6. Lodging establishments may employ only a few to hundreds of employees. T. F.

7. Modern motels are small and employ many workers. T. F.

8. Most older motels have rather small staffs. T. F.

9. Motels built recently employ more workers than elder motels. T. F.

10. Motels are usually run by owners and their families. T. F.

 

 

Затверджено на засіданні кафедри ІМ

Кафедра іноземних мов

Кафедра іноземних мов

IV. Complete the sentences:

1. International tourism means … a)bring in foreign currency.

2. International travellers are said... b)is often considered even more important than

3. International tourism …domestic tourism.c) increased progressively since the 1960's.

4. International travellers … d)to spend more and stay longer at their

5. The number of international travellers has…destination.

e) catering for people who travel to and stay in

Кафедра іноземних мов

IV. Complete the sentences:

1. Classifications based on purpose of trip have … a) l million overseas visitors in Britain.

2. By 1951 tourism had... b)had been 4million.

3. By 1956 there were over … c) began to be of some importance.

4. It was estimated that by 1968 the number of visitors … d) been established by Wahab and by

5. The figures for overseas visitors … Smith.

e) become Britain's biggest dollar earner.

 

V. Choose the appropriate word or word combination:

1. Classifications based on … of trip have been established by Wahab and by Smith.

a)purposeb) destinationc)form

2. Wahab’s classification included recreational, cultural, health, sport and … tourism.

a)masculineb) historical youthc)conference

3.Cultural tourism informs tourists about other countries and peoples, their lifestyles, … and languages.

a) battlefieldsb) museumsc)customs

4. Historical tourism includes visits to ancient monuments, … , and other places of historical interest.

a) cinemasb)archaeological digsc) theatres

5.At the end of the XVIII century the people who visited different lands … to have a nice time were called tourists.

a) in order; b) were ordered; c) of the order;

VI. Choose the correct variant:

1. One-star hotels … a higher standard of accommodation.

a) offer b) offers c) are offering

2. Travelers cheques can be ... in the cashier’s desk at any time.

a) cashed ; b) cash ; c) cashing .

3. The clerk is instructing the tourists and so … the receptionist.

a) do; b) is ; c) does.

4. Before …, the housekeeper must closely check for the items which need repairing.

a) leaving; b) leave; c) have left.

5. Every quest should … an opportunity to express any problems or complaints.

a) be permitted; b) permit ; c) permitted.

 

Small Is Beautiful

The idea came from Japan: extremely small, extremely cheap hotel rooms. Now the so-called capsule hotels are spreading to other parts of the world. Some of these are run by the parent company of low-cost airline easyJet. The easyGroup opened easy Hotels in Hungary, Switzerland and Britain in 2005. The rooms are not as small as the Japanese models, but their prices are still very low. Rooms start at about $22 a night.

The British company Yotel opened its first hotel at Gatwick airport in July 2007. Its hotel rooms look like a combination of the Japanese model and a first-class cabin on a British Airways plane. Room rates start at £.55 a night. A second Yotel opened at Heathrow airport in December 2007, while a third one was planned for 2008 in Amsterdam.

 

1. The first capsule hotels were designed in Japan T. F.

2. The British company Yotel opened its hotels of the new design in the capital T. F.

3. The new trend in the hotel industry spread to Ukraine T. F.

4. The easyJet opened easy Hotels in Hungary, Switzerland and Britain. T. F.

5. Capsule hotels in Japan are run by the parent company easyGroup T. F.

6. The rooms in European easy Hotels are as small as the Japanese models. T. F.

7. The prices in European easy Hotels are very low. T. F.

8. Room rates at Gatwick airport start at £.55 a night. T. F.

9. A first hotel of the British company Yotel opened at airport Gatwick. T. F.

10. Hotel rooms at airport Gatwick look like a Japanese model. T. F.

 

Затверджено на засіданні кафедри ІМ

Кафедра іноземних мов

IV. Complete the sentences:

1. Cohen developed … a) other countries and peoples, their lifestyles, customs

2. Wahab produced... and languages.

3. Cultural tourism informs b) visits to ancient monuments, archaeological digs,

tourists about … and other places of historical interest.

4. Historical tourism includes … c) a fourfold classification of tourist experiences and roles.

5. Cultural tourism includes … d)getting knowledge about peoples of contemporary societies through art and crafts, work, religion, language, traditions, food and dress.

e) a fivefold classification of tourism.

 

V. Choose the appropriate word or word combination:

1.French hotels made emphasis on … served in various public restaurants and in private rooms.

a) goods b) drinksc)food

2.Hotel's reputation was based on the quality of food served which was more important than the standard of…

a)accommodationb) entertainmentc)recreation

3.In holiday camps all sorts of entertainment were included in the …

a) service b) price c) list

4. Holiday camps opened at several resorts and proved very popular for families with …

a) childrenb)grown ups c) elderly parents

5.Holiday camp is a popular form of holiday because it offers full board and entertainment at a … price.

a) low b) competitive c) high

VI. Choose the correct variant:

1. Most resident hotels … reduced rates for weekly, monthly or seasonal rentals.

a) offer b) is offering c) offers

2.A photocopying service is available at business Centre any time.

a) on; b) in; c) at.

3. They are going to take hotel coach to the airport and … we.

a) so do; b) so are; c) so were.

4. The advertising manager … the most effective media for promoting the hotel.

a) identify; b) identifies; c) is identifying.

5. In a large hotel, front desk duties may be … among receptionists and cashiers.

a) divide; b) divided; c) dividing.

 

VII. Choose the right answer:

1. What is tourism? a. They make a contribution to the experience

2. What do the forms of tourism contribute to? gained by tourists.

3. What do the forms of tourism include? b. He proposed a fivefold classification.

4. What was Cohen’s classification of tourism? c. They include recreational, cultural, sport,

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IV. Complete the sentences:

1. Wahab's classification included … a) Wahab's first two categories plus historical, ethnic

2. Smith's classification included... and environmental tourism.

3. The organized mass tourist has a b)the tour itinerary and time allocations are not

package tour in which … entirely planned by others.

4. For the individual mass tourist … c) plan their own trips and try to avoid developed

5. Explorers usually … tourist attractions.

d)recreational, cultural, health and conference tourism.

e) itineraries are fixed, stops are planned and guided.

V. Choose the appropriate word or word combination:

1.The transport and tourism is an … industry in terms of economic importance and of its capacity to generate employment.

a) overestimated b) underestimated c) estimated

2. Transport and tourism is the third largest item of … expenditure of households in most development countries....

a) consumer b) traveller c) tourist

3. The transport and tourism industry is engaged in the lodging, … , feeding and entertainment of the traveller.

a)attractionb) transportation c)invitation

4. Transport and tourism is the largest … in many countries as one out of every 16 workers in the world is employed in this trade.

a)employerb)traderc) dealer

5. ...is catering for people who travel to and stay in countries from which they do not originate.

a) Environmental tourism b) Domestic tourism c) International tourism

VI. Choose the correct variant:

1. Linen articles placed in each room are .... on the daily report.

a) indicates b) indicated c) indicate

2.A local guide … tourists when they enter the city.

a)can not meet; b)is to meet; c) have to meet;

3. A guest house … low-priced accommodation.

a) provides; b) provide; c) is providing.

4. They are going to have dinner at the restaurant and … we.

a) so do; b) so are ; c) so does.

5. Many hotels provide safety deposit boxes or a safe for guests wishing … valuables.

a) to store; b) store; c) storing.

 

The Hotel Business

Hotels, motels, and resorts provide lodging to suit the needs of every traveller. Some motels offer inexpensive basic services for those who simply want a comfortable place to sleep. Other motels and most hotels cater to persons who desire more luxurious surroundings and offer fine restaurants, personal service, and many recreational facilities that may include swimming pools, golf courses, tennis courts, horseback riding, game rooms, and health spas.

Lodging establishments range in size from those with only a few rooms and employees to es­tablishments with more than 1,000 rooms and hundreds of employees. Many of the motels built in recent years are fairly large and employ many workers, but the economy motels and most of older motels have relatively small staffs. In fact, some motels are run entirely by owners and their families.

 

1. Hotels, motels, and resorts provide lodging to meet the needs of travellers. T. F.

2. Most hotels cater to persons who want more luxurious surroundings. T. F.

3. Some motels and most hotels provide restaurants, personal service, and recreational facilities T. F.

4. Recreational facilities don’t include swimming pools, game rooms and health spas.T. F.

5. Lodging establishments are of the same size. T. F.

6. Lodging establishments may employ only a few to hundreds of employees. T. F.

7. Modern motels are small and employ many workers. T. F.

8. Most older motels have rather small staffs. T. F.

9. Motels built recently employ more workers than elder motels. T. F.

10. Motels are usually run by owners and their families. T. F.

 

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