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O jogo inglês – 1° Episódio

O jogo inglês – 1° Episódio

The English Game is a new series that follows Claudio and Shuna as they face different language challenges. Our football commentators watch the contenders and comment on their performance. After the challenges, the commentators watch replays of the most exciting action.

In this episode, the players check in to a hotel.

Claudio checks in

Filling in a form

The following activities will help you, if you need to check in to a hotel in the UK. 

Activity 1: In this activity, you can test yourself to see how much you understood.
Test yourself: How much did you understand?
 
Activity 2: In this activity, have to match Claudio's information with the typical form sections.
Focus: Filling in a form
 
Activity 3: In this activity, you can learn some survival phrases for when you meet words you don't understand.
Survival Skills: New words

Shuna struggles with the registration form

Your turn

Did you like 'The English Game'?

Who do you think won this round?

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Rich
19/11/2013
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Hi Chriswar
Thanks for your comment. To 'register with' something means to give your details, this can be at the hotel or online or by telephone etc. Using 'with' is more general. If you use 'in' or 'at' the hotel this usually means you have to go to the place and register there.


Rich
19/11/2013 07:54


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Hi Chriswar
Thanks for your comment. To 'register with' something means to give your details, this can be at the hotel or online or by telephone etc. Using 'with' is more general. If you use 'in' or 'at' the hotel this usually means you have to go to the place and register there.

manucian19
05/09/2013
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Good advice for tourists and new international students in UK. Good work Premier Team!


manucian19
05/09/2013 11:04


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Good advice for tourists and new international students in UK. Good work Premier Team!

Jack
05/09/2013
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Thanks Manucian19 - We're planning to make some more episodes!


Jack
05/09/2013 16:25


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Thanks Manucian19 - We're planning to make some more episodes!

bykant
16/07/2013
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Very helpfull...


bykant
16/07/2013 12:55


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Very helpfull...

houssem mechri
29/06/2013
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it"s help me to much


houssem mechri
29/06/2013 22:15


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it"s help me to much

Jack
30/06/2013
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Thanks for commenting Houssem. Glad you like it!


Jack
30/06/2013 08:51


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Thanks for commenting Houssem. Glad you like it!

harshasri20
28/06/2013
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Yup it is great. Can you elaborate me, is there any difference between forename and firstname. Because I usually find firstname, middlename and surname in the applications.
Obviously shuna is the winner


harshasri20
28/06/2013 07:36


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Yup it is great. Can you elaborate me, is there any difference between forename and firstname. Because I usually find firstname, middlename and surname in the applications.
Obviously shuna is the winner

Jack
30/06/2013
0
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Hi Harshasri20

Forename means the same as 'first name'. It's common in British English, but not very common in other forms of English.

To me, forename and surname sound more formal than first name and family name or last name. You are very likely to find them on a form when checking into a hotel, but in spoken English, I think first name and family name are used more frequently.

Thanks

Jack
The Premier Skills English Team


Jack
30/06/2013 08:49


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Hi Harshasri20

Forename means the same as 'first name'. It's common in British English, but not very common in other forms of English.

To me, forename and surname sound more formal than first name and family name or last name. You are very likely to find them on a form when checking into a hotel, but in spoken English, I think first name and family name are used more frequently.

Thanks

Jack
The Premier Skills English Team

monadawoo
20/06/2013
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it's so wonderful really i like it thank you


monadawoo
20/06/2013 07:36


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it's so wonderful really i like it thank you

Jack
30/06/2013
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You are welcome Monadawoo! Thanks


Jack
30/06/2013 08:52


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You are welcome Monadawoo! Thanks

monadawoo
20/06/2013
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it's so wonderful realy i like it thank you


monadawoo
20/06/2013 07:35


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it's so wonderful realy i like it thank you

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Goals

Watch the video and complete the activities and you will practise:

Topic: Checking into a hotel 

Skills: listening, filling in a form

Survival Skills: new words

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