Friday, 30 September 2011


Have a look at this website and complete the form to find out the cheapest car hire.

Here you have another webpage to read a bit more about car insurance.

Thursday, 15 September 2011


If you want to practise vocabulary about places to stay on holiday click on this page.


Do you need some practice in order to know where some countries and capital cities are located? Try this website. You will have fun at the same time you learn.

Tuesday, 13 September 2011


Listen to four people -Juan, Ulla, Anita and Paola- talking about themselves and their experiences of travel and tourism. Write down as much information as you can about each of them.

(From HARDING, K. (1998). Going International. English for Tourism. OUP, p. 6, list. 1.)

What about your experiences? Why are you studying this formative cycle related to Tourism? Where would you like to work in the future? Which are your expectations? Write a short paragraph about it.

Friday, 2 September 2011


Do you have some difficulties with the verbs 'make' and 'do'? The best way to learn them is to learn them by heart and to practise them, the more you practise the easier it will be for you to remember them!
Here you will find some expressions with 'do' and with 'make'. Then have a look at the webpages below if you need some more practice.

    To Do

  • to do a favour
  • to do a project
  • to do a test
  • to do an assignment
  • to do an exam
  • to do badly
  • to do business
  • to do damage
  • to do exercise
  • to do good
  • to do harm
  • to do homework
  • to do housework
  • to do nothing
  • to do research
  • to do something
  • to do some letter-writing
  • to do some reading
  • to do some studying
  • to do some writing
  • to do the accounts
  • to do the cleaning
  • to do the dishes
  • to do the ironing
  • to do the laundry
  • to do the math
  • to do the maximum
  • to do the minimum
  • to do the paperwork
  • to do the shopping
  • to do the vacuuming
  • to do time
  • to do work
  • to do your best
  • to do your duty
  • to do your hair
  • to do your nails
  • to do your job
  • to do your makeup
  • to do 50 miles per hour

    To Make

  • to make a booking
  • to make a bundle
  • to make a call
  • to make a cake
  • to make a choice
  • to make a comment
  • to make a complaint
  • to make a compromise
  • to make a deal
  • to make a decision
  • to make a difference
  • to make a fire
  • to make a fool of yourself
  • to make a fortune
  • to make a fuss
  • to make a habit
  • to make a move
  • to make a phone call
  • to make a point
  • to make a presentation
  • to make a profit
  • to make a promise
  • to make a remark
  • to make a reservation
  • to make a sales call
  • to make a sound
  • to make a speech
  • to make a suggestion
  • to make a threat
  • to make a visit
  • to make amends
  • to make an appearance
  • to make an appointment
  • to make an attempt
  • to make an enquiry
  • to make an exception
  • to make an excuse
  • to make an offer
  • to make arrangements
  • to make believe
  • to make friends
  • to make fun
  • to make changes
  • to make corrections
  • to make do
  • to make love
  • to make money
  • to make noise
  • to make peace
  • to make plans
  • to make a profit
  • to make progress
  • to make sense
  • to make someone angry
  • to make someone happy
  • to make (someone) mad
  • To make someone sad
  • to make someone’s day
  • to make sure
  • to make time
  • to make trouble
  • to make dinner
  • to make lunch
  • to make breakfast
  • to make a snack
  • to make tea / coffee
  • to make a mess
  • to make a mistake
  • to make the bed
  • to make time
  • to make war
Now, try this page.
And also this exercise.
This exercise if by the BBC