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Entidade Promotora: Entidade Formadora: PROJETO POISE-108-01444     TIPOLOGIA 08 - Formação
PROJETO
PROJETO

POISE-108-01444

   
TIPOLOGIA
TIPOLOGIA

08 - Formação modular para empregados e desempregados

CURSO
CURSO

7

- FMC-IT - Inglês para Turismo

 
MÓDULO:
MÓDULO:

Língua Inglesa informação turística da região UFCD 8218

1

FORMADOR
FORMADOR

Joana Caspurro

 

ASSESSMENT TEST

1. Complete the directions with the words from de box:

turn

until

church

about

left

straight

parking

intersection

corner

miss

Go

on for 80 meters

 

you get to the fire station,

 

then

left. You can’t

 

it! It’s on the

of Victoria

street, opposite the

foot. Turn right at the

30 minutes from here on

and continue until you see the

lot on your left side. Keep going for two blocks and turn

It’s

left. Continue as far as the traffic lights and then turn right.

2. Read the following text and match each expression with its definition in the box, as in the example.

NEWS Ecotourism in Portugal may have been slow in coming, but it is beginning to take hold in this beautiful land. Many places are overbuilt, especially along the seacoast. But other areas, especially in the interior, are being preserved and set aside for future generations to enjoy.

Cofinanciado por:
Cofinanciado por:

1. take hold

 

to have and use with satisfaction

 

2.

Overbuilt

 

Maintained and protected

 

3.

seacoast

 

Tourism designed to contribute to

 

the

protection

 

of

the

environment,

often

involving

travel to areas of natural interest.

4.

preserved

 

Which

have

too

much

 

construction

 

5.

Enjoy

 

become established 1.

 

6.

Ecotourism

 

the land immediately next to the

 
sea.
sea.

3.

Complete with the words from de box:

 

holiday

wine-

leisure

accommodations

coastal

wide

landscapes

country

recent

southeast

tasting

In

years, the government has declared some of Portugal's

areas as protected

, rescuing them from

developers. These areas include the resorts of Esposende; Sintra-

Cascais; and

If you'd like to find lodging in Portugal's protected areas, check out Turismo da Natureza em Portugal at Av. Eng. Arantes e Oliveira #13,

4B, 1900-221 Lisboa (www.icat.fc.ul.pt). «Solares» are family homes as opposed to hotels, and each of them

offers a

this category the accommodations are

experience with a personal touch. However, within

Alentejo, near Cabo de São Vicente.

ranging, from elegant

houses to rustic cottages, even farmhouses, each with an individual character. Some of the TURIHAB homes have hosted

visitors since the 16th and 17th centuries.

Hosts will arrange a series of

hunting, golf, swimming, hiking, tennis, horseback riding, cycling, and

For a list of eco-friendly

activities such as fishing,

, scattered throughout the

4. Re-order the following dialogue. Line 4 has already been done.

Looking for the hotel

Paul: Thanks a lot.

Nancy: 5 minutes or so.

Paul: How far is it?

Nancy: Yes, it's very close. The underground station is next to the hotel. You can walk there.

Paul: Excuse me, I'm looking for the Holiday Inn. Do you know where it is?

Nancy: Sure. It's down this street on the left.

Paul: Is it close to the underground station?

Nancy: About a mile and a half.

Paul: How long does it take to get there?

Nancy: No, it's not far. 4

Paul: Is it far from here?

5. Complete with the relatives who/where/which/whose

a) A hotel is a place

b) What's the name of the woman farmhouse?

c) A waiter is a person restaurant.

d) Is that the handicraft shop

e) Coriander and oregano are herbs Alentejo’s everyday cuisine.

people stay when they're on holiday.

cooks

in

the

job is to serve customers in a

you bought your cork cap? make part of

6. Complete the text with the adjectives given:

made; simple; main; surprising; cold

Creativity and imagination in using very

Alentejo cuisine a

the Alentejo people.

Soup, which can be the

ingredients has made

mix of flavours and proof of the hospitality of

course, is a must. It may be a gazpacho,

served

,

or a dogfish, cod, or tomato and sausage soup,

with

bread.

7. PAST SIMPLE OR PRESENT PERFECT? Complete the sentences with the right verb tense
7. PAST SIMPLE OR PRESENT PERFECT?
Complete the sentences with the right verb tense
  I’m afraid the last train (leave) an hour ago. When we be) any tables
  I’m afraid the last train (leave) an hour ago. When we be) any tables
  I’m afraid the last train (leave) an hour ago. When we be) any tables
  I’m afraid the last train (leave) an hour ago. When we be) any tables
  I’m afraid the last train (leave) an hour ago. When we be) any tables
  I’m afraid the last train (leave) an hour ago. When we be) any tables
  I’m afraid the last train (leave) an hour ago. When we be) any tables
  I’m afraid the last train (leave) an hour ago. When we be) any tables
  I’m afraid the last train (leave) an hour ago. When we be) any tables
 
 
 
I’m afraid the last train (leave) an hour ago.

I’m afraid the last train

(leave) an hour ago.

When we be) any tables left. (reach) the restaurant, there (not

When we be) any tables left.

(reach) the restaurant, there

(not

8. Match these words to their meanings.

9. Read the definitions and underline the correct word

tour / trip / voyage / excursion / travel
tour / trip / voyage /
excursion / travel

1. the activity or action of travelling

2. a long journey, usually by sea or

in space

3. a visit round a place of interest,

often with a guide

4. a journey to a place for a short

time (for pleasure or on business)

5. a journey to a place of interest,

often officially organized for a

group

1. You can lie on a beach and do this. a) sailing b) diving c)
1. You can lie on a beach and do this.
a) sailing
b) diving
c) sunbathing
2. It means the opposite of ‘expensive’.
a)
boring
b) cheap
c) quiet
3. It’s not a winter activity.
a)
skating
b) skiing
c) surfing
4. It means ‘relaxing’.
a)
peaceful
b) noisy
c) exciting
5. Which of these is the fastest means of transport?
a) bicycle
b) train
c) ship
a) peaceful b) noisy c) exciting 5. Which of these is the fastest means of transport?

10. Listen and complete the text:

Wake up in an Alentejo monte (traditional farm), at a hotel or a Pousada. ………………by rural landscape, you are guaranteed not to miss a thing.

Here, the natural …………….has long been combined with design

and modernity, with a wide range of ………………on offer, to enjoy quietly one minute at a time. ………. there is no rush, you can go

for a ………

late in the ……………

ride, or a charrete (carriage) ride in the morning or

air, go to Marvão.

Known as Ninho das Águias (Eagles’ Nest), this small, walled,

fortress ……… dates from the 9th century and rises up …….metres, in the middle of the Natural Park of Serra de São Mamede, where

all its splendour, among the pine and olive

If you ……… like breathing the healthy …………

you can enjoy ……… trees.

in

And, …………… the Alentejo is more ………

landscapes, the Adega Mayor (winery), near Campo Maior, designed

just breathtaking

by the famous architect Siza Vieira (awarded with the Pritzker Prize

is a must-see. Here you can visit the …… and taste the

best wines in the region.

in ……

),

Another cultural suggestion not to be missed is the Museum of Contemporary Art in Elvas. A ………… through contemporary Portuguese art, from the 80s until ………, showing painting, photography and sculpture and installations which never fail to …………

trip on the

Alqueva. But if you prefer to take your date closer to the ………,

the immense landscape of Alentejo, and

enjoy the intense silence. Come back to earth and stop off at Serpa

to see the ……………. architectural setting created by the

defensive walls, and aqueduct, which has been declared a National Monument.

…………

choose a balloon ride ……

Not ……

from the ………., it is worth taking a ………

,