Asking for information
1. Match the sentence halves to make useful expressions.
1 Where’s the
2 Is there
4 Thanks for
a) your help.
c) museum shop, please?
d) you are.
e) a cafe near here?
2. Listen and circle the words or phrases that you hear.
1 Hi. Can I / we help you?
2 Where’s the exit / entrance, please?
3 Have you got a plan / map?
4 Look, it’s here / there.
5 What time does the shop open / close?
6 Enjoy / Like your visit!
3a. Order the dialogue.
Here’s a map. It’s here.
You’re welcome. Enjoy your visit. Yes, is there a shop here?
Hello. Can I help you?
And where’s the dolphin pool? Bye.
Thanks for your help.
Yes, there’s a small shop next to the dolphin pool.
3b. Listen and check. Then write the dialogue.
4a. Imagine you are at a sealife centre and you want to see the sharks. They’re in the Ocean Zone. Write a similar dialogue to the one in exercise 3.
Assistant Hello. Can I help you?
Assistant Yes, they’re
Assistant Here’s a map.
4b. Write another dialogue. This time you want to find the activity center. It’s near the restaurant.