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Students may also want to discuss personality differences between different groupsof visitors. For example, are people from some countries friendlier, quieter, louder,more outgoing, etc. than others.3. Group Work- Appropriate ResponsesDivide the class into groups. The teams work together to formulate a response to the items listed below. After discussion, one of the team members presents the response to the class. The teacher judges which team presents the best answer based on grammar, language use, and pronunciation.Comparison between a taxi and a motorcycle taxiComparison between authentic local food and local food served in tourist restaurantsThe difference between large shopping malls and local traditional open marketsCompare the similarities and differences between living in two cities inyour countryCompare two luxury hotels in your area
4. Work Sheet 1- ComparisonsForm the comparative and superlative of the following words.ComparativeSuperlativeBeautifulCozyEnergeticGratefulKindLightNoisyQuietSanitaryTranquilWorried
Hotel TEFL40Yada Yada English5. Work Sheet 2- ComparisonsFill in the blanks using the words below.dessertswarmerstylishwhitecloserislimetartbottlecheaperbetterpolitedetailedleathertipperscarvedrealisticdifferencelensessweetermore1.Could you tell the between a red and a wine?2.Which one of these is - the pie or the chocolatemousse?3.Which city to Karon- Patong or Phuket Town?4.Is the or lemonade drink more .5.58 baht for a of water! I can get it much at 7-11.6.Which ones do you like , the light blue or dark blue on these sunglasses?7.I can’t decide which hat to buy. The red one is more , but it isalso expensive.8.I like the coat much better, don’t you? It looks much .9.Why don’t you buy the elephant instead? It looks much morethan the monkey or lion and the craftsmanship is much more.10.I prefer American guests. Although The British are more , theAmericans are better .
Hotel and Resort EnglishModule 6Giving and Receiving ComplimentsEvery one likes to hear compliments. Compliments make people feel good aboutthemselves and we all need that at times. Hotel guests and staff are no exceptions.Guests may give hotel staff compliments for the quality of their service, for their English ability, for their appearance in a unique uniform, or for doing something a little extra for the guest. A hotel staff may give a guest a compliment about how they look in a newlypurchased outfit, or for their patience when a problem arises, or for a beautiful new hair style after visiting a beauty parlor.1. Lesson: Giving and receiving compliments2. Lesson Objectives: Students will learn expressions for giving and receivingcompliments.