Você vai fazer uma viagem para o exterior nos próximos meses, seja por lazer ou a trabalho? Se sim, então provavelmente já deve ter estudado algumas palavras que vai encontrar por aí. Mas o que acha de revisar e se preparar ainda mais para a sua viagem?
Confira se você domina as expressões abaixo and have a nice trip!
– Where’s the check-in desk, please?
– Which terminal does the plane leave from?
– Can I see your passport/boarding card, please?
– Would you like a window seat or an aisle seat?
– Did you pack the bags yourself?
– Your plane is delayed forty-five minutes.
– The airplane is scheduled to take off at 3:30 p.m.
– The airplane will land in two hours.
– You’ll be boarding at gate number 34.
– Could you help me put this bag in the overhead locker, please?
– Please make sure your seat belts are fully-fastened.
– May I see your passport and customs declaration form?
– What is the purpose of your visit?
– How long are you planning to stay?
– Where will you be staying?
– Are you carrying any items accepted from a person you don’t know?
– Do you have anything to declare?
– I’d like a room for two nights, please.
– I’d like a single/double room, please.
– I have a reservation under the name of Smith.
– Is breakfast included?
– Could I have a wake-up call at 6am, please?
– What time do we have to check out?
– What name was the reservation made under?
– Here’s your key. It’s room 458. It’s on the fourth floor.
– Would you like someone to help you with your bags?
– Breakfast is served between 7 and 11.
– Check-out is at midday.
– Where would you like to go?
– I’d like to go to Station Hotel, please.
– Could you help me with my luggage, please?
– Shall I drop you off just here?
– How much is it, please?
– That’s US$ 14.50, please. Would you like a receipt?
Escrito por Michel Rosas e publicado na coluna semanal de inglês da Revista Exame. Editado para o blog da Companhia de Idiomas.
Professor de inglês há 10 anos e responsável pela comunicação e marketing da Companhia de Idiomas.
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