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Vocabulary for Travelling Abroad

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Having a good grasp of travel vocabulary allows you to effectively communicate with locals, other travelers, and service providers in a foreign country. It helps you navigate transportation, ask for directions, make reservations, and interact with people during your trip. This module aims to familiarize adults with vocabulary for travelling

  • Topic 1: Travel
  • Topic 2: Accommodation and reservation
  • Topic 3: Ask for directions
  • Topic 4: Universal Signals & Symbols

Course Content

Topic 1 – Travel
The purpose of this topic is to support participants to learn how to communicate when travelling abroad. After completing this topic learners will be able to: Understand vocabulary relevant to traveling Learn how to formulate basic sentences for traveling Engage in basic conversations when traveling Knowing travel vocabulary empowers you to navigate unfamiliar environments and handle various situations independently. You can confidently take a flight, book accommodations, order meals, shop for essentials, and engage in day-to-day activities without relying heavily on others for assistance. Learning travel vocabulary exposes you to the cultural nuances of different countries. It allows you to appreciate local customs, engage in meaningful conversations, and show respect for the local culture and traditions. By familiarizing yourself with travel vocabulary, you can make the most of your travel experience.

  • Vocabulary for traveling
  • Vocabulary for traveling
  • Sentence formation
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Topic 2: Accommodation and reservations
The purpose of this topic is to introduce learners to vocabulary and language skills related to accommodation and reservations. After completing this topic learners will be able to: Participants will learn how to create basic sentences, and hold a basic conversation. Understand relevant vocabulary learn how to formulate basic petitions/questions for making reservations. gain the ability to ask relevant questions and engage in basic conversations.

Topic 3. Ask for direction
This module aims to familiarize adults with vocabulary for asking directions. Participants will learn how to create basic questions to ask for directions, understand answers and identify keywords . After completing this topic learners will be able to: Recognize relevant vocabulary Learn how to formulate questions Understand answers, identify keywords, and engage in basic conversations related to asking for directions ASKING FOR AND GIVING DIRECTIONS Under this topic title, we will learn how to ask for directions and how to give directions to someone who asked us. When you’re in a country you don’t know, you can easily get lost at some point during the trip, even if you have a map. So it’s really useful to know how to ask for and understand directions in English so you can reach your destination. It’s also great to be able to give directions yourself to tourists or foreign colleagues. So what words and phrases can help you give and ask for directions? Go through this topic to find out! Before Asking For Directions: Starting a conversation politely is always a good idea. So, when we start talking, we can use the following phrases: Excuse me / Excuse me, Sir or Madam. I am new here. I’m lost. I am sorry to interrupt you, but… Excuse me, could you help me, please? I am sorry. Sorry, I am not from around here. Excuse me, Madam, I seem to be lost. Hello / Hello Sir or Madam.

Universal Signs & Symbols
Main learning outcome: Participants will learn how to create basic sentences, understand Universal Signs & Symbols After completing this topic learners will be able to: Get familiarize with frequent signs and symbols Formulate basic sentences Recognize signs and symbols in English Signs and symbols are objects that represent an idea, a concept, a reminder, a warning, or even directions. They serve as a supplement to danger, priority, restrictive, mandatory, information, and directional signs. They help users understand even when they don't know the country's language. Understanding universal signs and symbols is important for effective communication and safety while traveling. With the implementation of the Vienna Convention on Road Signs and Signals in 1978, many members of the European Union now utilize a standard set of signs and signals to make travel easier for both visitors and residents alike. Standard signs found throughout Europe will fall under several classes, ranging from danger warnings, to services information, to directional signs.

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