Improve your English before you travel! By following the journey of Martin & Ellen Baxter, you will learn typical English vocabulary to use when booking a flight, checking into a hotel, and sightseeing.
Ellen and Martin Baxter make travel plans.
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Martin Baxter calls an airline to book a flight. The airline sends a flight confirmation.
Martin Baxter books a hotel in New York.
The Baxters check in at the airport and go through security.
The Baxters speak to the customs officer and report lost luggage.
The Baxters arrive at their New York hotel.
The Baxters discuss sightseeing with the concierge.
Review of lessons 1–7.
Ellen calls to make a dinner reservation.
The Baxters arrive at the restaurant and order dinner.
The Baxters read some information about public transportation in New York City.
Ellen finds out about shopping districts in NY and goes shopping.
Ellen and Martin book theater tickets and go to see a play.
The Baxters fly home.
Review of lessons 1–14.
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