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EZ Slang

Budget Hotels - Part III

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VI. Expanding Your Learning

Instructions: Select one or more of the activities below to expand your understanding and use of the slang studied in this unit.

  • Discussion: Talk with a partner about the best ways to find cheap hotels or accomodations to your city.

  • Improvisation: Give your partner(s) a new vocabulary word from this unit and ask the partner to think up a sentence or more with the slang used in context. Sharing something from personal experience will make the activity more real and interesting to the listeners.

  • Writing: Write a descriptive paragraph or essay about a hotel you stayed at during a vacation. What was they place like? What accomodations did it have or didn't have that you were expecting?

  • Real Speak: Interview a native speaker at your school or in the local community about what things to look for in different accomodations in your area (e.g., hotel, motel, bed and breakfast, inn, youth hostel, pension, etc).

  • Internet Search: Conduct an Internet search of three types of accomodations in a city you are interested in visiting. Compare prices, room ammenities, and location. Report your findings to your class.
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