Cụm động từ về TRAVEL (Du lịch)
check in /tʃek ɪn/ : làm thủ tục nhập cảnh (sân bay), thủ tục nhận phòng (khách sạn)
The couple tried checking in to three different hotels, but they were all full.
Có thể bạn quan tâm?
check out /tʃek aʊt/ : làm thủ tục xuất cảnh (sân bay), thủ tục trả phòng (khách sạn)
The customer asked the hotel clerk if he could check out at 7pm because he was taking an overnight train.
run out of /rʌn aʊt əv/ : cạn kiệt, thiếu hụt
We ran out of gas last night and had to push the bike for an hour.
pick up /pɪk ʌp/ đón (ai)
The hotel car will pick us up right after lunch.
take off /teɪk ɒf/ cất cánh,khởi hành
The plane will take off about 20 minutes late.
speed up /spiːd ʌp/ tăng tốc,làm việc gì nhanh hơn
That blue car behind us keeps speeding up, I think he wants to pass.
drop off /drɒp ɒf/ (cho ai) xuống xe ở điểm nào đó
Please drop us off at that hotel with the blue sign.
Bài đọc liên hệ cụm động từ TRAVELING
The First Time to Vietnam
Rob and Dan were visiting Vietnam for the first time, and they were really having a great time. They started in Saigon, and after three weeks, they decided to make Halong Bay the big finish to the trip. But, they didn’t have a hotel reservation for their last night after they got back from Ha Long Bay. While they were driving back to Hanoi, Rob said, “We need to get back to the city so we can find a hotel before dark. I wish the driver could speed up. At 5pm, the tour company’s car dropped them off in the middle of rush hour traffic in the busy Old Quarter on Ma May street. Dan said, “Ok, so now what do we do? Should we just try that hotel over there and see how expensive it is?” So, they walked into the hotel, and said hello to the man at the desk. They said ok to the price, and they asked if they could check in right away. “It’s our last day in Vietnam”, Dan said, “I’m so sad we have to fly home tomorrow.” Then, Rob asked, “What is the check out time?” The hotel clerk replied that they must check out before 11 o’clock, and asked if they wanted a car to pick them up in the morning to take them to the airport. So Rob said, “Well, I think we should ask the car to pick us up at 11 since the plane will take off at 1pm.” and Dan agreed. The clerk gave them their room key, and he said they would bring some bottles of drinking water in a few minutes because they had just run out. “We just ran out of water this morning, so I need to go buy more”, said the clerk. “I’ll bring them to your room, and I’ll also be here in the morning to see you off to the airport.”