6. When do we have to use the left-luggage office?
7. Why do you sometimes ask a porter to help*you with your luggage?
c) 1. Do you often travel on business?
2. Where were you on your last business trip?
3. On arriving there you put up at a hotel immediately, didn’t you?
4. Had a room already been booked for you? Why?
5. Did you have a single or a double room?
6. How did you like the service there?
d) 1. What do you usually do on arriving at a hotel?
2. What do you ask the clerk at the reception desk?
3. What does a guest usually have to do at the recep tion desk?
4. Are you shown up to your room or do you find the way there yourself?
e) 1. Where did you spend your last holiday?
2. Is there a through train to ... or did you have to change trains?
3. Did you travel by fast or slow train?
4. Did you have a pleasant journey?
5. How long did the journey last?
VI. Make up dialogues, using the words and expressions given below; use disjunctive questions and the expressions so do I. neither do I
1. At Home
to pack, to have a lot to do, to have ... at one’s disposal, to forget, to book, an upper berth, a lower berth, anything will do, don’t bother, to order a taxi, to miss the train, to mind, to go by bus
2. At the Booking-office
can I have a ticket to ..., what’s the fare, a first-class sleeper, a second-class sleeper, a through train, to change, you will have to ..., a fast train, a slow train, no vacant seats, there is nothing to be done, a dining-car, I think so
3. At the Station
here we are, to see off, to see to the luggage, the left-lug gage, the enquiry office, to look up the time-table, to collect