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1258522654546
LESSON 3
INTERNATIONAL
TRAVELS
国际旅行
AIMS AND REQUIREMENTS
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To grasp how to make a ticket booking;
To master how to use passport and apply
for a visa;
To know how to enter a country and deal
with customs formalities.
Ⅰ. Useful expressions
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A. making reservations
1. Excuse me, could you tell me where the ticket
office is ?
2. United Air Lines, good morning, what can I do for
you?
3. I would like to book two seats to Guangzhou on a
flight leaving on May 5, please.
4. Sorry, sir, there isn’t a direct flight to Shanghai on
June 9. You will have to change in Beijing.
5. Sorry, sir, I have to cancel my reservation for the
direct flight leaving at 8:20 to Beijing for July
6. I’ll need an economy ticket with an open return.
7. Do you prefer smoking or NON-smoking?
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B. Passport and visa
1. Here is my passport. I’m going by Air China to
Frankfurt, Germany to attend the Trade Fair.
2. What kind of visa do you have? Student visa, work
visa or tourist visa?
3. Would you like to sit by the window or aisle?
4. Please put your luggage on. These are overweight.
5. Here are tags for your hand luggage, your ticket
and your boarding pass.
6. It’s nearly time for you to board the plane.
7. There’s the signal for getting aboard, I’m afraid I
must be off now.
8. This is a small gift, please accept it.
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C. entering a country and through customs
formalities
1. Please show us your boarding card. What’s your
flight number?
2. The flight information board lists outgoing and
incoming flights with times and gates.
3. The plane bound for Shanghai is about to depart
at 7:25.
4. Please fill in this form and hand it to the Customs
officer together with your passport.
5. Where can I claim or pick up my luggage?
6. Welcome to China. Is it your first trip to China?
7. How was your journey?
Ⅱ. Dialogue
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Han Fang goes to travel agency to make a reservation
for a flight to Beijing. The assistant is able to get her on
the flight she wants and accept payment by cheque.
(At a travel agent’s )
A: Good morning, madam. Can I help you?
H: Yes please. I’d like to fly to Beijing on the 19th.
A: Any preference about the airline?
H: Air China, if possible.
A: If you’ll just take a seat for a moment, madam, I’ll
check the reservations.
H: O.K. Thank you.
A: (Presses the keyboard of the computer.) Yes.
There are seats available on Flight CA938 departing
Heathrow at 19:30 on the 19th.
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H: Is it a non –stop flight?
A: Yes.
H: What time does it arrive in Beijing?
A: It arrives at Capital Airport at 13:25 Beijing time.
H: What exactly is the air fare for economy class?
A: One way or return?
H: One way.
A: Let me see. A one way economy ticket to Beijing is $682.
H: O.K. Book me on that flight, please. (Write out a
check) Here you are.
A: Thank you, madam. How do you spell your name?
H: Han Fang, H-A –N-F-A-N-G
A: May I see your passport, please?
H: Of course. Here you are. (Hands her passport.)
A: Thank you.(Hands back the passport.) Here’s your ticket.
Please check in at the airport no later than 6:00 p.m.
H: Thank you. I will.
All diplomats enjoy diplomatic privileges. Their luggage is
exempt from customs inspection, but they have to show
their diplomatic passports at the customs post. Now coming
to the customs area is a diplomat of a foreign embassy--Mr. Marwin.
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C: Good morning, sir.
M: Good morning.
C: Will you show me your passport, please?
M: Oh, certainly. Here you are.
C: Are you family traveling with you, Mr. Marvin?
M: No.
C: How many pieces of luggage have you brought with you?
M: Two. One suitcase and one briefcase.
C: Are they both here?
M: Yes, they are.
C: Have you any unaccompanied luggage?
M: No.
C: Thank you, sir. That will be all.
M: Thank you.
Ⅲ. Topics for classroom discussion
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(1) Do you like traveling? Imagine you have
adequate financial means and describe places of
priority in your traveling plan. What kind of
expressions do you often use when you want to
travel abroad?
(2) How to make reservations or inquiries at an
airport as a businessman or a traveler in order that
you will have a comfortable and effective trip?
Ⅳ. Communicative tasks
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Work with your partners to create your own dialogue with the
situation and tips given below.
Task 1
Situation:
You want to go abroad, please inquire with the clerk at an
international travel agency if there is a plane to your destination
and book a seat on one. Please find out what the fare is, the
exact time the plane takes off, what arrangements there are for
going to the airport, how much hand luggage you are allowed
and anything else you need to know about in connection with
the flight.
The following tips may be helpful:
Do you have a plane to Beijing on Saturday May 2?/ I’d like to
make a reservation for flight … to … on Sunday./ What is the
exact fare?/ When are the checking in, arrival and departure
times of the plane?/ How much luggage can I take with me?/ I’d
like to have a round trip ticket under the name of Peter Brown./
Will you tell me something about the flight? Is this a nonstop
flight?/ Do I have to change plane?/ Did you miss your
connection?
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Task 2
Situation
You are Mr. Li, a clerk in the international Airline, Mr.
Ma a businessman from China trading company is
asking for some information from you on international
traveling. Mr. Ma also wants to know what kind of
procedures he will have to go through at customs.
You explain them to him.
The following tips may be helpful:
What flights have you got to Paris on Sunday July
18?/ When does the next plane leave for Hamburg?/
What’s the fare for a first-class ticket?/ Is your travel
agency responsible for our visas and passports?/
Please fill in this information form in order to get your
passport./ Here is my ID card and my two photos.
Anything else you need?/ You need some time to go
through Customs and all the necessary formalities.
国际旅行中常用的词汇
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Taxi stand/ rank
出租车候租处
information desk/ inquiry desk 问讯处
route 航线 flight 航班
airline 航空公司
waiting hall 候机大厅 terminal building 机场大楼
the check-in counter 机场登记处
checked luggage 托运行李 luggage office 行李房 baggage
claim 行李提取处
personal belongings个人物品
ahead of time/schedule 提前 behind schedule 晚点
free shuttle service 免费机场接送
booking office 售票处
escalator 自动扶梯
to see off送别
departure time起飞时间
incoming passenger入境旅客 outgoing passenger出境旅客
green channel绿色通道 red channel红色通道
anti-quarantine station卫生防疫站 health certificate健康证书
resident permit居留许可证
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