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BE MY GUEST

BE MY GUEST

Christer Amnéus Professional Engelska kurs A (Steg 5) Be My Guest Professional Be My Guest består av · The Book · The Key · The Teacher’s CD

ISBN 978-91-523-0611-6

9 789152 306116

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(523-0611-6)

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contents list 1 meet jenny and marcus

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6 marcus from sweden

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A Clocking in B Exchange Students

7 7

2 jenny from birmingham

15

A Clocking in B Bev’s letter C I am Bill

51 52 56

A Clocking in B Meet Jenny C Jenny at Work

15 16 17

7 Marcus goes to America

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3 WORKING AT A HOSTEL

25

A Clocking in B Marcus in New York City C Planning a Trip

61 63 64

A Clocking in B Laws and Regulations

25 27

8 Languages and SALES

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4 TOMMY IN AUSTRALIA

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A Clocking in B Marcus and Languages C On the Phone

71 72 74

A Clocking in B Tommy at the Computer

33 34

9 journey into the future

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5 tommy goes solo

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A Clocking in B Marketing C Let's Talk Business

41 43 43

A Clocking in B Future Solutions C Tommy Flying from Down Under

79 81 84

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Contents list  5


contents list 1 meet jenny and marcus

7

6 marcus from sweden

51

A Clocking in B Exchange Students

7 7

2 jenny from birmingham

15

A Clocking in B Bev’s letter C I am Bill

51 52 56

A Clocking in B Meet Jenny C Jenny at Work

15 16 17

7 Marcus goes to America

61

3 WORKING AT A HOSTEL

25

A Clocking in B Marcus in New York City C Planning a Trip

61 63 64

A Clocking in B Laws and Regulations

25 27

8 Languages and SALES

71

4 TOMMY IN AUSTRALIA

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A Clocking in B Marcus and Languages C On the Phone

71 72 74

A Clocking in B Tommy at the Computer

33 34

9 journey into the future

79

5 tommy goes solo

41

A Clocking in B Marketing C Let's Talk Business

41 43 43

A Clocking in B Future Solutions C Tommy Flying from Down Under

79 81 84

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4 Your Advice

Hej! I am Marcus, also 18, from Karlstad, Sweden. I am an exchange student in New York City for a whole year. But the important thing is that I will go to evening class to learn all I can about tourism. I hope to go to fantastic rock concerts here and to lots of hockey games. I’m lucky to have family in Manhattan. Tommy went to my class. And Jenny, well, I know her very well. youth hostel  vandrarhem exchange student  utbyteselev neighbour  granne book  boka

1 A guest is unhappy about his room. What people should he contact? 2 You work at the reception. A person phones and wants to arrange a wedding for 50 guests. Who do you talk to? 3 Who do you turn to if you have heavy luggage to carry? 4 Write a few lines about one job in exercise 3 that you would like. Why? 5 Write a few lines about one job in exercise 3 that you would not choose. Why not?

leisure time  fritid online sales  nätförsäljning evening class  kvällskurs family  här släkt

reception  entrédisk arrange  anordna

1 Understanding the A- and the B-texts

C Hotel Jobs

Complete the sentences. 1 In this programme you study ... and … . 2 To give people service in a … or in a … … are two possible fields in your future work. 3 There is a great demand for … … . 4 Jenny is just starting work at a ... … . 5 Marcus has … in Manhattan, New York City. 6 Marcus knows Jenny … … .

2 Write Questions

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10

Write three questions to Jenny and Marcus, based on the text you have read. Ask a friend to answer them.

3 Working in a Hotel

15

Match people with the corresponding Swedish translation. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

concierge staff cleaner general manager executive housekeeper food and beverage manager accountant banquet manager sales and marketing manager laundry manager receptionist

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a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) i) j)

försäljnings- och marknadschef husfru (på hotell) receptionist revisor administrativ chef städare fest- och konferenschef hotellpersonal vid entré och lobby chef för tvätt och sängkläder chef för matvaror och drycker

turn to  vända sig till luggage  baggage

A receptionist works in the lobby. He or she receives guests, answers telephone calls and visitors’ questions, like how to get to different tourist attractions and to airports. Some receptionists also do bookkeeping, but first and foremost the receptionist is the one who welcomes guests. That is why he or she has to be calm and polite, show initiative, loyalty, and have a positive attitude. Housekeeping in a hotel is a physically hard job with many different tasks. Housekeepers may be responsible for cleaning 16 rooms per shift. Work depends on the size of the room and the number of beds. A housekeeper needs between fifteen and thirty minutes to do one room. Making beds, cleaning and polishing toilets, bathtubs and mirrors, mopping floors, and vacuum cleaning are all part of the job. A concierge helps guests by making restaurant- and nightclub reservations, booking transportation (limousines, airplanes, boats, etc.), reserving tickets for special events such as concerts and sightseeing tours. He or she often has good contacts with local shops and restaurants. receive  ta emot bookkeeping  bokföring loyalty  lojalitet calm  lugn polite  artig task  uppgift number  antal bathtub  badkar vacuum cleaning  dammsugning

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5

4 Your Advice

Hej! I am Marcus, also 18, from Karlstad, Sweden. I am an exchange student in New York City for a whole year. But the important thing is that I will go to evening class to learn all I can about tourism. I hope to go to fantastic rock concerts here and to lots of hockey games. I’m lucky to have family in Manhattan. Tommy went to my class. And Jenny, well, I know her very well. youth hostel  vandrarhem exchange student  utbyteselev neighbour  granne book  boka

1 A guest is unhappy about his room. What people should he contact? 2 You work at the reception. A person phones and wants to arrange a wedding for 50 guests. Who do you talk to? 3 Who do you turn to if you have heavy luggage to carry? 4 Write a few lines about one job in exercise 3 that you would like. Why? 5 Write a few lines about one job in exercise 3 that you would not choose. Why not?

leisure time  fritid online sales  nätförsäljning evening class  kvällskurs family  här släkt

reception  entrédisk arrange  anordna

1 Understanding the A- and the B-texts

C Hotel Jobs

Complete the sentences. 1 In this programme you study ... and … . 2 To give people service in a … or in a … … are two possible fields in your future work. 3 There is a great demand for … … . 4 Jenny is just starting work at a ... … . 5 Marcus has … in Manhattan, New York City. 6 Marcus knows Jenny … … .

2 Write Questions

5

10

Write three questions to Jenny and Marcus, based on the text you have read. Ask a friend to answer them.

3 Working in a Hotel

15

Match people with the corresponding Swedish translation. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

concierge staff cleaner general manager executive housekeeper food and beverage manager accountant banquet manager sales and marketing manager laundry manager receptionist

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a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) i) j)

försäljnings- och marknadschef husfru (på hotell) receptionist revisor administrativ chef städare fest- och konferenschef hotellpersonal vid entré och lobby chef för tvätt och sängkläder chef för matvaror och drycker

turn to  vända sig till luggage  baggage

A receptionist works in the lobby. He or she receives guests, answers telephone calls and visitors’ questions, like how to get to different tourist attractions and to airports. Some receptionists also do bookkeeping, but first and foremost the receptionist is the one who welcomes guests. That is why he or she has to be calm and polite, show initiative, loyalty, and have a positive attitude. Housekeeping in a hotel is a physically hard job with many different tasks. Housekeepers may be responsible for cleaning 16 rooms per shift. Work depends on the size of the room and the number of beds. A housekeeper needs between fifteen and thirty minutes to do one room. Making beds, cleaning and polishing toilets, bathtubs and mirrors, mopping floors, and vacuum cleaning are all part of the job. A concierge helps guests by making restaurant- and nightclub reservations, booking transportation (limousines, airplanes, boats, etc.), reserving tickets for special events such as concerts and sightseeing tours. He or she often has good contacts with local shops and restaurants. receive  ta emot bookkeeping  bokföring loyalty  lojalitet calm  lugn polite  artig task  uppgift number  antal bathtub  badkar vacuum cleaning  dammsugning

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3 Working at a Hostel A Clocking in Accommodation Vocabulary accommodation logi B & B [bi: @n ˙bi:] (Bed and Breakfast)   övernattningsrum med frukost complimentary  gratis en suite  rum med toalett och badrum guest-house  pensionat inn  värdshus king-size bed  extra stor säng linen  linne (lakan, kuddar t.ex) motel  motell

pay-per-view film  Tv-film mot betalning pillow case  örngott room service  rumservice (leverans av mat   och dryck till rummet) soap  tvål towel  handduk vending machine  automat (drycker, godis t.ex.) wake up call  väckning (med telefon) youth hostel  vandrarhem

1a Staying the Night What kind of accommodation would you choose? Why? 1 You’re on the way to Birmingham in your car. It is 11 pm. 2 You just want somewhere to stay the night and something to eat in the morning. 3 You want to stay for a few days in a small village on the coast. You want full board. full board  helpension

1b Staying the Night What hotel words would suit the situation? 1 W  hich words from the Accommodation Vocabulary have to do with a) the bathroom, b) the bedroom, c) different types of accommodation? 2 Which words have not been used?

1c Staying the Night Write sentences with at least 10 words from the accommodation vocabulary.

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3 Working at a Hostel A Clocking in Accommodation Vocabulary accommodation logi B & B [bi: @n ˙bi:] (Bed and Breakfast)   övernattningsrum med frukost complimentary  gratis en suite  rum med toalett och badrum guest-house  pensionat inn  värdshus king-size bed  extra stor säng linen  linne (lakan, kuddar t.ex) motel  motell

pay-per-view film  Tv-film mot betalning pillow case  örngott room service  rumservice (leverans av mat   och dryck till rummet) soap  tvål towel  handduk vending machine  automat (drycker, godis t.ex.) wake up call  väckning (med telefon) youth hostel  vandrarhem

1a Staying the Night What kind of accommodation would you choose? Why? 1 You’re on the way to Birmingham in your car. It is 11 pm. 2 You just want somewhere to stay the night and something to eat in the morning. 3 You want to stay for a few days in a small village on the coast. You want full board. full board  helpension

1b Staying the Night What hotel words would suit the situation? 1 W  hich words from the Accommodation Vocabulary have to do with a) the bathroom, b) the bedroom, c) different types of accommodation? 2 Which words have not been used?

1c Staying the Night Write sentences with at least 10 words from the accommodation vocabulary.

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5 Tommy Goes Solo A Clocking in 1 Starting Your Own Business Tommy has a dream. He wants to start his own conference centre in the Australian desert with his uncle Robert. That’s why he is studying all kinds of information about how to be an entrepreneur.

Starting and Running a Business 1 U  se your personal savings or borrow money from family or friends to get started. 2 Talk to the people you do business with. Ask them if they are willing to give you credit if necessary. 3 Maybe franchising with financing and expertise behind you is a way of doing business? 4 Target the group of potential customers you want. 5 Make sure you have time off from work, no 60 hours a week at the office. 6 Stay alert. Listen, learn and do what you think is right when it comes to doing business. 7 Subscribe to business magazines and email newsletters to learn more. 8 Sometimes early payment means that suppliers will give you a discount. If not, make sure you pay your bills and taxes as late as possible. Both methods save money. 9 Join a trade association so that you meet people in your line of business. 10 Make sure you are covered by an insurance.

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5 Tommy Goes Solo A Clocking in 1 Starting Your Own Business Tommy has a dream. He wants to start his own conference centre in the Australian desert with his uncle Robert. That’s why he is studying all kinds of information about how to be an entrepreneur.

Starting and Running a Business 1 U  se your personal savings or borrow money from family or friends to get started. 2 Talk to the people you do business with. Ask them if they are willing to give you credit if necessary. 3 Maybe franchising with financing and expertise behind you is a way of doing business? 4 Target the group of potential customers you want. 5 Make sure you have time off from work, no 60 hours a week at the office. 6 Stay alert. Listen, learn and do what you think is right when it comes to doing business. 7 Subscribe to business magazines and email newsletters to learn more. 8 Sometimes early payment means that suppliers will give you a discount. If not, make sure you pay your bills and taxes as late as possible. Both methods save money. 9 Join a trade association so that you meet people in your line of business. 10 Make sure you are covered by an insurance.

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3 Tommy

4 Marcus

Grade these threats from 1 to 5, where 1 is the worst. Then compare results with a friend.

Discuss the problems.

Low-lying islands like the Seychelles in the Indian Ocean, and Kiribati in the Pacific Ocean, may end up below the surface of the ocean due to the sea-level rise.

4A Sweden 1) In many cases tourists are taken all over the country by coach companies instead of trains. 2) Domestic transportation by plane is very expensive. 3) Tourism from abroad is often concentrated to Stockholm, Gothenburg and other major cities.

The changing climate makes Australia hotter and wildfires occur more often. The ocean is getting warmer, gradually killing the coral reefs. That’s why a lot of species are disappearing or will disappear. Will tourists still be interested in visiting the coral reefs? Illegally imported animals might bring diseases.

4B New York City

Since Australia is an isolated continent you have to travel by plane. How good is that for the environment? threat  hot low-lying  låglänt due to  på grund av wildfire  /skogs/brand occur  hända

1) Having millions of tourists in a limited area is a problem for the environment. 2) During summer, when the tourist season is on, NYC is often extremely hot. 3) Waste, water and pollution are three threats to mankind.

coral reef  korallrev illegally  olagligt imported  importerad species  art isolated  isolerad

Make a list of different problems in Sweden and in NYC. Discuss the result in class.

What will the climate change do to Sweden? Use the Internet to find information.

B Future Solutions Our three friends discuss the future environment on Skype.

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10

Jenny: Hello, you two. Of course tourism can help some areas and habitats. Park-entrance fees are good. So are fees collected by tour operators. Hotels can charge guests an extra sum. There are many ways to get money for the protection of the environment. Have you got anything to add, Tommy? Tommy: Sure. In the Third World extra fees can save countries from deforestation and river pollution. The money saved in this way may go to taking care of forests and animal life. Marcus: You’re both right, but all this needs a lot of planning.

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3 Tommy

4 Marcus

Grade these threats from 1 to 5, where 1 is the worst. Then compare results with a friend.

Discuss the problems.

Low-lying islands like the Seychelles in the Indian Ocean, and Kiribati in the Pacific Ocean, may end up below the surface of the ocean due to the sea-level rise.

4A Sweden 1) In many cases tourists are taken all over the country by coach companies instead of trains. 2) Domestic transportation by plane is very expensive. 3) Tourism from abroad is often concentrated to Stockholm, Gothenburg and other major cities.

The changing climate makes Australia hotter and wildfires occur more often. The ocean is getting warmer, gradually killing the coral reefs. That’s why a lot of species are disappearing or will disappear. Will tourists still be interested in visiting the coral reefs? Illegally imported animals might bring diseases.

4B New York City

Since Australia is an isolated continent you have to travel by plane. How good is that for the environment? threat  hot low-lying  låglänt due to  på grund av wildfire  /skogs/brand occur  hända

1) Having millions of tourists in a limited area is a problem for the environment. 2) During summer, when the tourist season is on, NYC is often extremely hot. 3) Waste, water and pollution are three threats to mankind.

coral reef  korallrev illegally  olagligt imported  importerad species  art isolated  isolerad

Make a list of different problems in Sweden and in NYC. Discuss the result in class.

What will the climate change do to Sweden? Use the Internet to find information.

B Future Solutions Our three friends discuss the future environment on Skype.

5

10

Jenny: Hello, you two. Of course tourism can help some areas and habitats. Park-entrance fees are good. So are fees collected by tour operators. Hotels can charge guests an extra sum. There are many ways to get money for the protection of the environment. Have you got anything to add, Tommy? Tommy: Sure. In the Third World extra fees can save countries from deforestation and river pollution. The money saved in this way may go to taking care of forests and animal life. Marcus: You’re both right, but all this needs a lot of planning.

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allmän 3 (PA) högtalarsystem 7

[pblIk @dres sIst@m]

purpose [p:p@s] put someone through

skäl koppla någon

8 8

merit

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qualification

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safety [seIfti] sales [seIlz] sales and marketing manager

skåp säkerhet här försäljnings- försäljnings- och marknadschef

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[kwɒlIfIkeISn]

safe-deposit box

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sms

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[tekst mesIdZ]

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[Sɒp @sIst@nt]

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[skIld ImplOIi:z]

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waste material [weIst m@tI@rI@l]

We're looking forward to seeing/meeting you well looked after

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[wel lUkt A:ft@]

well-behaved [welbiheIvd]

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yawn [jO:n] Yours faithfully /sincerely

gäspa 3 högaktningsfullt 3 (i formella affärsbrev)

[jO:z feITfli/sInsI@li]

youth hostel [ju:T hɒstl] vandrarhem

[tU@rIst treId]

1

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[spA:klIŋ wO:t@]

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Du har valt Hotell- och Turismprogrammet och det är förstås ett viktigt val. Att kunna ta emot yrkes- och privatpersoner på ett professionellt sätt på hotell eller att ge människor den service situationen kräver på en turistbyrå eller på en semesterort spelar stor roll. Men inte nog med det! Du måste också kunna använda dig av den engelska som har med ditt yrke att göra. Därför har du nu i din hand Be My Guest, specialgjord för ditt program. I den finns texter, teman och bilder som har med dig och dina klasskamrater att göra. Du kommer också att få lära dig nyttiga ord och uttryck inom ditt yrkesområde. Härigenom har du betydligt större möjlighet att klara av situationer i ditt yrkesliv där du behöver engelskkunskaper. Lycka till med Be My Guest i engelska! Christer Amnéus

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BE MY GUEST

BE MY GUEST

Christer Amnéus Professional Engelska kurs A (Steg 5) Be My Guest Professional Be My Guest består av · The Book · The Key · The Teacher’s CD

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