Essential travel phrases in English 🌎

Essential travel phrases 🌎


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ESSENTIAL TRAVEL PHRASES 🗺
Hello
Goodbye
Good evening
Good morning
Good night
How are you?
I’m well, and you?
Good, thanks
Excuse me, where are the toilets?
Excuse me
You’re welcome
Yes
No
I’m sorry
Pardon me.
Perfect, thanks!
Please
Thank you
Thank you so much.
Sorry!
Entrance
Exit
A day ticket please.
Are there any public toilets nearby?
At what time does the flight number 12345 leave?
Airport
Bus stop
Train station
Do you have the Wifi?
Can I have some water?
Can I take this on board with me?
Can you help me, please?
Could we have the bill please?
Could you repeat (that), please?
Could you speak more slowly, please?
Do you have a room available?
Do you speak English?
How does it work for the WIFI?
How much does that cost?
How much is the hot dog?
I don’t speak English very well. .
I don’t understand.
I don’t eat…
I don’t feel well
I don’t understand
I have a reservation.
I lost my passport in the train. What should I do?
I need a doctor
I would like to book room for two nights.
I’ll be here for 5 nights.
I’ll have a glass of coke. Thanks.
I’m a vegetarian
I’m going to take the pizza.
Is it possible to change my seat?
Is the tip included?
May I see the menu?
Sorry, could you repeat please? I didn’t get it. / I didn’t understand.
the bill, please
What’s your name?
Which bus should I take to go to the city center?
Which floor is it?
Call the police!
Water
Beer
Wine
Right
Left
Turn left
Turn right
Straight ahead
When?
Where is…?
Where is the subway?
Where is the bathroom?
Where is breakfast served?
Where can I get a ticket?
Where’s the gate 6?
Where’s the bus station?
Which bus do I take to get to Merridown?
Can you get there by bus?
How frequent are the buses?
Is it direct?
What time is the last bus?
This seat is taken.
SAY THAT YOUR TRIP WENT BADLY
My flight was overbooked. (overbooked = there were too many passengers and not enough seats)
My flight was delayed/canceled.
My luggage was lost.
I was jet-lagged. (= I felt tired because of the time zone difference between my origin and destination)
My hotel was in a seedy area. (seedy = possibly unsafe)
I was mugged. (= I was robbed on the street)
The weather was miserable.
I got the runs. (= diarrhea)
The place was a tourist trap. (= made only for tourists; not authentic)
I couldn’t wait to get back home.
TALKING ABOUT TRAVEL 
Have you been abroad?
Do you prefer travelling by car or by plane?
Have you ever hitchhiked?
How much luggage do you usually carry?

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