Check Your English Vocabulary for Leisure, Travel and by Rawdon Wyatt

By Rawdon Wyatt

This workbook offers routines to assist educate and construct English vocabulary correct to the inn, tourism and catering industries. it's been written either for college students learning in the direction of expert assessments and in case you are looking to enhance their professional conversation talents. the fabric covers normal and topic-specific vocabulary, in addition to grammar and use of English, comprehension, pronunciation and spelling. including the better half Dictionary of relaxation, go back and forth and Tourism (0-7475-7222-4), this workbook presents an entire package deal to aid scholars increase their professional English.

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Go to the end of Denmark Street, and you'll get to Mill Street. There are several more places to eat here, starting with 'Mamma Mia's' at number 4: when it comes to the perfect pizza, the chef in this restaurant knows the importance of having a really good thin and crispy base and fresh toppings. If you like Italian food, you could also try 'Pasta Master' at number 8. Their speciality is pasta, of course, but they also do wonderful meat, including a veal dish which is, er, veally good. Ha ha! For those who prefer French food, you have 'Aux Trois Cloches' at number 6.

For those who prefer French food, you have 'Aux Trois Cloches' at number 6. This is a small, informal, friendly place with good tasty cooking at very reasonable prices. If you have money to burn, you could try the much more formal 'Le Poisson d'Or' at number 18 (although be warned, even the starters won't cost you less than £20 each, and the waiters are 44 © Bloomsbury Publishing. For reference see Dictionary of Leisure, Travel and Tourism (0-7475-7222-4). a bit snobby, especially the sommelier and the Maitre d'.

You can't actually eat your food here, but they put your food in special containers that keep it hot until you get it home. Next door at number 9 is 'Curry in a Hurry', the best place in town for spicy dishes from south Asia. Opposite, at number 11, is 'Wetback's', which does excellent fajitas, burritos, quesadillas and chillis, and two doors further down is 'Frank's Plaice', which does lovely crispy battered cod and haddock in the good old traditional British style. There's also 'The Big Munch' nearby.

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