BEP 79 EN T – Viajar: Hacer una reserva de hotel

Today’s Business English Podcast lesson is on making a hotel reservation.

It’s something all of us need to do: Whether it’s for a company business trip, or for personal travelwe all need to, at some time or another, call a hotel to reserve a room. Por supuesto, making reservations is not only useful for hotels but also for all sorts of situationsconferences, restaurants, airplane travel, and any other type of event that requires us to book in advance.

That is the skill that we will be practicing in this episodemaking reservations. Por el camino, we’ll also be learning vocabulary for staying in hotels.

En la escucha, Sarah Johnson is going on vacation with her husband. She calls the reservations desk at the Majestic Hotel in New York, where a staff member, Tony, picks up the phone. A medida que escucha, pay attention to the language Sarah uses, and try to answer the following questions.

Preguntas de escucha:

1) What kind of room does Sarah want?

2) What extra request does Sarah have?

3) Tony makes a mistake while taking Sarah’s reservation. Qué es?

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