Ah, to visit Big Ben in London! Or to cross the fifth avenue in New York! Or to take a good dot from Guinness in Dublin! All of them are fantastic trips. But it guesses what have common? In order to enjoy all this you will need a good vocabulary to travel in English.
Perhaps not at the level of Shakespeare (although, without a doubt, the more level you have better you will know those destinies which trips), but English S.A. the less a basic one to travel.
Or you want to be in the middle of the John F. Kennedy airport without knowing where has gone your luggage? Or by the streets of Ealing without knowing how how to arrive at the center of London? And we do not speak to request jars of beer in the capital of Ireland without counting on an English minimum of traveling!
This article does not try to be a dictionary. Either a Master class of English tourist. Only recopilatorio of vocabulary to travel in English. A guide of English for travellers who help you in your vacation, that helps you to know better each one of the destinies, and that pricks the curiosity to you to learn the English language ð
That yes, before you put yourself to memorise words and phrases as a parrot, lets give you a series to us of tricks to learn with efficiency all this English vocabulary in traveling instead of to have to walk consulting it all the short while ð
How to cause that this vocabulary to travel in English is really effective
Taking it written in your mobile to consult it frequently? Not and thousand times no! What less than to learn something of English basic for travellers.
Which does not imply to memorise it as a parrot.
We recommended very much the reading to you of the article 5 advice to memorise in English: hour to extend your vocabulary before continuing. Anyway, we are going to put here the main points to you of this text, of summarized form, so that this English vocabulary in traveling is to you really useful ð
- 10 words to the day. Neither more, nor one the less. It learns vocabulary to travel in English little by little not tiring with so much palabreja to you new and internalising these better.
- Pon in practice the learned thing. As much during the trip as before the same. As much speaking it as writing it. Thus you will obtain that the concepts that you have learned last in your memory.
- Give a review from time to time him. Mainly before the trip (in the own airplane it is a good moment, for example); thus to maintain fresh English saying for travellers good.
And now yes that yes; we go there with that vocabulary to travel in English by which you have put to read this article ð
First of everything: you will have to know how how to salute in English, no?
What less than Hello and What so you are for beginning a good conversation. As well as Thanks or Don't mention it. The education does not occupy place and, however, yes that opens many doors (in serious, if there are to give you a single advice at the time of traveling is that you smile with whom you deal, because he will be more receptive to help ð you
- Hello/Good morning/Good afternoon/Good evening Hello Good morning/Good afternoon/Good night (respectively).
- Goodbye Goodbye.
- See you to later So long.
- Have to Nice day That pass good day.
- Please Please.
- It excuses me It pardons.
- Thank you/Thanks (more unreliable person) Thanks.
- How plows you How are you?/ How is everything?.
Words and phrases in English for the airport
That imagines that you lose suitcase, that changes the boarding door to you, that asks if you take to liquids in the suitcase or sensible material to you, is only allowed a hand article, that you do not know where it is the zone of luggage collection¦ We followed? ð
- Do you have your boarding pass It has his boarding pass.
- Do you have any baggage to check It has luggage to invoice.
- Do you have any liquids or sharp objects in your hand baggage It takes to some liquid or sharp object in his luggage of hand.
- Dog I see your passport, please I can see his passport please.
- Dog you tell me where the departure gate is It can tell me where it is the exit door.
- Which gate must I go to To what boarding door I must go.
- Only one carry on item is allowed a hand article is only allowed.
- Your flight you have been delayed Its flight has been delayed.
- Fasten your belts, please the belts Be fastened, please.
And of palabrejas just a little bit loose:
- Airplane Airplane.
- Boarding pass/card Boarding pass.
- Departure lounge/gate Departure lounge.
- Check-in Invoicing.
- Departures Exits.
- Arrivals Arrivals.
- Coach class Tourist class.
- First class First class.
- Luggage/baggage Luggage.
- Carry on luggage/baggage Luggage of hand.
English vocabulary in traveling: directions and transport
If you want to know by where it walks the Buckingham Palace (although very discreet it is not that we say) then you have to as much know how to ask for the direction as to understand the answer of your Anglo-Saxon interlocutor. The same bond for the tube station that litters looking for, when asking for some site to leave celebration and to locate Mc to the nearer Donalds ð
- Where is¦ Where it is¦.
- For I'm looking¦ I look for¦.
- Dog you show me on the map Me the sample in the map.
- Dog you tell me the way to the meter It can say me the way to go to the meter.
- Turn right/left It turns/doubles to the left right/.
- Go straight ahead It follows rectum.
- What train/bus line do I need to take What line of train bus I must take.
- Dog you tell when we to me get there It can warn to Me when we arrive.
How to request help in English?
The moment will arrive (because create to us, will arrive) at which you lose yourself, you do not get to take the bus that touched or it happens some other mishap to you. It does not pass anything; it is indispensable part of traveling and, after the time, you will even remember those moments with affection. But what now it matters it is to know how how to fight in English with this type of situations ð
- I don't understand I do not understand.
- Dog you repeat, please You can repeat please.
- Dog you speak to slower, please You can speak please more slowly.
- Do you speak Spanish You speak Spanish.
- Help me Help me.
- Where is the nearest hospital Where it is the nearest hospital.
- It hurts here it hurts to Me here.
- I need to prescription I need a prescription.
We hoped that all these phrases and palabrejas in English are to you helpful in your trips! If you on the matter have some suggestion (that surely has forgotten some phrase to us most interesting) gave it to us in the plank of commentaries and we will include it.
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