Phrases For Travel

English Phrases

"Basically, Phrases are complete sentences in English, Phrases we can use for every day for a conversation. A phrase may be any group of words, often carrying a special idiomatic meaning in this sense, it is synonymous with the expression". In grammatical analysis, most phrases contain a keyword that identifies the type and linguistic features of the phrase. This is known as the head-word, or the head.

English phrases used for travel (Conversation)

  • I have a reservation
  • I'll pay for dinner
  • Is there any call for me?
  • Where can I buy tickets?
  • Where can I rent a car?
  • Can I borrow some money?
  • I'd like to use the internet
  • I still have to brush my teeth and take a shower
  • Thanks for everything
  • They are planning to come next year
  • What do you see in the picture?
  • I speak two languages
  • Are you comfortable?
  • How much does this cost?
  • I need to practice my English
  • Can you recommend a good restaurant please?
  • I'd like a single room
  • It's near the supermarket
  • He said this is a nice place
  • Those man are speaking English
  • What did you have for breakfast?
  • Should be back in two hours
  • When would you like to meet?
  • Can I use your phone?
  • Do you have the number for a taxi?
  • How long are you going to stay?
  • I usually drink coffee at brekfast
  • Please take me to this address
  • When are you going to pick up your friend?
  • Do you have anything cheaper?


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