Comments on your homework, students :)

Posted: February 26, 2011 in Uncategorized

Hi there! How are the things going? Hope everything is fine & you’re spending this weekend with the ear to ear smile 🙂

I created this blog for my students. Hope it will be useful for you.

So as I promised here is the link to the vocabulary on the topic “Hotels stuff”:

If you want to practice your listening skills on the hotels topic:

Remember, that I gonna check how well you know the new words, so you can practice for a little bit doing some online exercises:

Watch a video about the Russian guy trying to book a room 🙂

! Your homework will be the following:

watch the video and write a story (about 20-25 sentences) about this hotel and your impressions about it.

But beforehand you have to choose your role in the story, so who are you?

You have got some variants:

1/ you are a Russian guy

2/ a receptionist

3/ a ghost living at the hotel : )

You should post your story on your wiki. If you don’t have it, please create it on

The best example is here:

Deadline: your next class

Good luck

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  2. Ilya says:

    I’m a receptionist of lakeshore hotel. One day I had very extraordinary visitor. It was Russian man, who speaks English bad.

  3. Andryushchenko Yulia says:

    The story of bringing living in hotel.
    I live a very long time in this hotel … I saw a lot, people fell in love, swearing, talking, laughing … But like our history, I can not remember. He was a quiet winter evening, and I as usual looked out for a hall. As usual, a man approached a rack receptions. In appearance he was Intelligence, intelligent, and even reminded me of something a programmer … Perhaps because of the glasses!? =) Receptionist started to ask him the standard questions (well, as usual) his name, the man booked a room at this hotel, which number he wants … There then began the most interesting. It turned out that the man from Russia, his name is Boris Maloskovich and that he was very – very poor knowledge of English. That factor is ignorance of English prevented him from communicating with the receptionist. To standard questions answered Boris looked out of place and therefore very funny and stupid at the same time by. Although Boris and myself to blame because they do not teach English with the necessary perseverance, I felt very sorry for him because I do not want to be in his place in such an awkward situation. So I decided to come to grips with the English language. =)

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