II. Cross out one odd term in each line:
1) permanent, attractive, rewarding, independent, timetable, reasonable;
2) magazine, store, department store, travel shop, travel agency, sales outlet;
3) guide book, brochure, folder, luggage, manual, magazine, booklet;
4) ferry, rack, car, coach, train, charter plane;
5) airport, airlines, chain, charter plane, air terminal, air ticket;
6) cruising tour, department store, holiday centre, timetable, air ticket, inclusive tour.
III. Group the following terms according to the titles in the (able (3 terms in each group):
Brochure, charge, escort, free-lancer, holiday centre, inclusive, booklet, cruising, office site, folder, travel clerk, coaching, receipt, tax, outlet.
|| MONEY MATTERS
|| PEOPLE IN TOURISM
|| ADVERTISING MATERIALS
IV. Match the terms with their definitions:
| 1) a receipt
|| a) a catalogue of tours or a short video film about a tourist destination for advertising purposes
| 2) a tourist outlet
|| b) an official paper which allows a person to do some kind of work
| 3) a free-lancer
|| c) a package holiday, where the price includes transportation, accommodation and meals and is cheaper than it would be if all items were bought separately
| 4) a travellogue
|| d) an official organization which promotes tourism in a certain part of the world
| 5) a travel insurance
|| e) a point of sales of a tourist company
| 6) a tourist board
|| f) a paper showing that money has been paid for some goods or services
| 7) a tour package
|| g) a person who is not attached to any company staff and works for himself having a licence to do such work
| 8) a licence
|| h) a paper that insures a traveller against accident, illness or loss of luggage during a tour
V. Pick out the right definition:
| 1) a free-lancer
|| a) a person who is allowed to work without any permission
b) a person who is not a company staff member working for himself
c) a person who works for a few companies
d) a licence which allows a person to work for himself
| 2) a timetable
|| a) a table clock
b) an office clock
c) a schedule of work in an office
d) a time schedule
| 3) a folder
|| a) a folding booklet
b) an envelope
c) a file
d) a fold-away seat
| 4) a licence
|| a) a pass
b) a permission
c) an allowance
d) a quota
| 5) a store
|| a) a shop
b) a stock
c) a market
d) a place of storage
| 6) a rack
|| a) a pack
b) a desk
c) a shelf
d) a hook
| 7) a charter
|| a) ) an airplane flying to a popular destination
b) a plane or a boat travelling in summer season only
c) a person or a company hiring transport for a special purpose
d) hiring of transport for a special purpose
| 8) luggage
|| a) baggage
| 9) a sales outlet
|| a) a shop which is open round the clock
b) a point of sales of a large company
c) a shop in the open air
d) an exit from a shop
| 10) a receipt
|| a) a prescription
b) a recipe
c) a paper showing that money has been paid
d) a paper showing that money must be paid
VI. Fill in the blanks:
|| a chain
1. Tour operators publish colourful _____ .
2. There are _____ and shipping companies among major tour operators.
3. Tourist information office clerks give _____ to customers on passports and visas, luggage and the Customs.
4. Travel agencies make individual travel _____ .
5. A sales outlet clerk sells tickets and tours, collects money and gives _____ herself.
6. People who work for themselves are called _____ .
7. Tour operators always do market _____ when they develop tours.
8. There are _____ among tour operators' products.
9. _____ give free-lancers a permission to work.
10. There are _____ with booklets and folders at travel agencies and their outlets.
11. Free-lancers are registered and they pay _____ .
12. Major tourist companies branch out and have _____ .
13. Some tourist companies are members of _____ .
14. There are hotel rooms, train and _____ among separate tourist services.
- Most free-lancers work in _____ .
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