TEST № 6B.
1. Do exercise 6 on p. 44: fill in the blanks with prepositions.
6. Fill in the blanks with prepositions:
(1) The hotel may also provide facilities for recreation.
(2). In Europe and America, inns and taverns were spaced along the roads at the distance a horse could travel in a day.
(3) Modern mass transportation, that is, the movement of large numbers of people at relatively low prices, began with the development of the railroads in the 19th century.
(4) Another way of categorizing hotels is the quality of service they offer.
(5) This system puts the top hotels in a special deluxe category, with others receiving from five stars to one star or «A's».
(6) In a luxury hotel, there may be three employees for every quest room.
(7) The proportion of employees to guests and quest rooms is also a matter of prime importance.
(8) Engineering and maintenance for a small establishment may be done by contract with local firms, whereas a large hotel will hire its own staff for these functions.
(9) In a large commercial hotel in a big city, the ratio is usually closer to one employee per quest room.
(10) The traveller usually had to share his bed with least one other person, and as many as four other persons in some remote areas.
2. Do exercise 7 on p. 44: get back to the text “The Accommodation Industry” and fill in the spaces with the proper words.
7. Fill in the spaces in the following sentences with the appropriate word or phrase:
(1) The word motel is a combination of the words motor and hotel.
(2) Accommodations include such things as shelter, food and special services for travellers.
(3) Inns and taverns were places for the accommodation of travellers in Europe and America when most people travelled by horse.
(4) A inn is an establishment that provides not only accommodations for travellers but also parking space for their cars.
(5) A resort area is a place that people visit for recreational purposes.
(6) A seasonal hotel provides accommodations for people who do not wish to keep house themselves.
(7) The accommodations industry is labour-intensive because it employs a large number of people.
(8) A hotel in the luxury category may employ as many as three staff members per guest room.
3. Do exercise 4 on p. 46: translate into English the sentences.
4. Translate into English:
(1) В Турции ежегодно строится много курортных отелей. В них обслуживают гостей из разных стран. Большинство из них соответствуют международным стандартам.
(2) Отели класса «люкс» и «суперлюкс» обычно расположены в фешенебельных районах. Они предназначены для обеспеченных клиентов и деловых людей.
(3) Номера в отелях класса «люкс» оснащены современным оборудованием и дорогой мебелью.
(4) Мотели предоставляют клиентам комфортабельные номера, ужин и стоянку для автомобиля. Это очень удобно для тех, кто любит путешествовать на собственном автомобиле.
(5) Курортные отели почти всегда расположены в живописных уголках – в горах, на берегу реки или моря, в лесу.
(6) Согласно Европейской классификации все гостиницы делятся на 5 категорий – 1, 2, 3, 4 и 5 – звездные. Основанием для такой классификации служит качество предлагаемого обслуживания и предоставляемые отелем удобства.
(7) Количество обслуживающего персонала зависит от категории отеля. В гостинице класса «люкс» один номер могут обслуживать до 3 человек. В других отелях количество персонала колеблется от 1 человека на номер и даже 1 человека на несколько номеров.
(1) In Turkey annually many resort hotels are being built. There guests from the different countries are served. Most of them meet the international standards.
(2) Hotels of the “lux” and “delux” class are usually located in fashionable areas. They are intended for wealthy clients and businessmen.
(3) Rooms in hotels of the “lux” class are equipped with the modern equipment and expensive furniture.
(4) Motels provide to clients comfortable rooms, a dinner and a parking place. It is very convenient for those who likes to travel by one’s own car.
(5) Resort hotels are almost always located in picturesque corners – in mountains, on the river bank or the seas, in the wood.
(6) According to the European classification all hotels are divided into 5 categories – 1-, 2-, 3-, 4– and 5-star. The reason for such classification is the quality of service and accomodation offered by the hotel.
(7) The quantity of service staff depends on hotel’s category. In hotel of the “lux” class one room can be served by 3 members. In other hotels the number of the staff varies from 1 person per a room and even 1 person per several rooms.
4. Look these synonyms up in a dictionary and explain