At the Hotel: Wakeup Call & Ordering a Taxi is an ESL conversation lesson for students to learn grammar, vocabulary, expressions, idioms, and phrases for learning how to request a wakeup call and order a taxi. Watch the ESL video on Travel English At the Hotel and use the ESL Printable and Digital storytelling flashcards to practice using new vocabulary and expressions. Get the ESL printable worksheets on hotel travel, ESL printable and digital flashcards, ESL listening and reading exercises, and gamify lessons with badges and stamps.
Warm Up Questions
- How often do you take a taxi?
- What’s the best way to get around when you are traveling?
- Do you think taking a taxi is a convenient way to travel?
- What’s the most convenient way to travel? Why?
- Do you tip the taxi driver? How much?
ESL Video About Travel English At The Hotel
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ESL Listening Questions
- Why does Tony call the front desk?
- When does he need a wake-up call?
- What time does he need to be woken up at?
- What time does he need a taxi?
- Where will the taxi be waiting for him?
Printable and Digital Flashcards to Reserve a Taxi and Wake Up Call
Use the flashcards to reserve a taxi and a wake up call.
Travel English at the Hotel | How to Reserve a Taxi and Wakeup Call
Front Desk: Front desk, how may I help you?
Tony: Yes, I would like a wakeup call tomorrow morning.
Front Desk: Okay, what time?
Tony: Five thirty and can you call me a taxi for six o’clock?
Front Desk: Okay, so just to confirm. You would like a wakeup call at five thirty a.m. and a taxi at six o’clock.
Tony: Yes, that’s correct. Thank you!
Front Desk: The taxi will be waiting for you outside the main entrance.
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