Étape 1 sur 4 25% Watch Clive's holiday video below and practice your pronunciation. Then continue with the quiz! Souhaitez-vous recevoir une copie de vos résultats par email?* Oui Non Souhaitez-vous recevoir notre lettre d’informations mensuelle?* Oui Non Je la reçois déjà Votre adresse email* Clive is taking his annual holiday. This year he has decided to visit the popular British seaside resort of Bognor Regis on the south coast of England. He is excited to take a walk along the pier to fly his kite, building some spectacular sand castles on the beach and spending all his pennies in the arcade. Clive will share some of his holiday experiences with you, to see what you would say in his situation. Just fill in the gaps with the correct words to make sure his holiday runs smoothly.Checking InClive: Hello, I have a __________ under the name of Clive Dalton. check-in observation reservation Receptionist: Certainly sir. [checks the booking system] Would you prefer a room with a view of the ocean or one with a view of our pool?Clive: Is there a __________ between the two? difference in price cheaper more expensive Receptionist: Yes, the rooms with the ocean view are £25 more per night.Clive: Ok, well I’ll __________ the one with ocean view, I am on my holidays after all! be take make Receptionist: And you’d like that was for 6 nights?Clive: Yes, that’s __________. please wrong right Receptionist: Just to let you know we serve a buffet breakfast in the restaurant between 8am and 10:30am.Clive: Is breakfast __________ in the price? part included amount Receptionist: Yes, it’s complimentary to all of our guests. Clive: Wonderful! I’d best wear my trousers with the elasticated waist band so I can make the most of it then! Receptionist: Would you like me to call the porter to give you a hand with your bags?Clive: No, it’s ok I’ll __________. manage struggle fine Receptionist: Here is your key. You’re in room 254. If you take the lift up the second floor it’s down the corridor on your left. If you need anything else just dial ‘0’ from your room. Clive: Thank you. Eating Out Waiter: Hello, welcome to the Nobody Inn. Do you have a reservation?Clive: No, I don’t. Do you have __________ this evening? seats any free tables any places Waiter: Yes, we do. Is that a table for one, sir?Clive: No, for four please. Some friends will be __________ me shortly. coming beginning joining Waiter: Can I get you something to drink in the meantime?Clive: Yes please. I think I’ll have a __________ of beer. jar pint cup [The waiter brings it over and also hands Clive a menu] Clive: Thank you very much. [30 minutes have passed and Clive’s friends still haven’t arrived.] Waiter: I see your friends still haven’t arrived. Would you like to continue to wait?Clive: I know I should wait. But I’m starving so I think I’ll __________. list order have Waiter: Certainly sir. What can I get for you?Clive: Well… [Studies the menu] What is the soup of the __________ please? year week day Waiter: The soup of the day is Cullen Skink.Clive: Ok, well I have no idea what that is, sounds like a small, furry mammal to me. But you know what they say… When in Rome… So I think to __________ I’ll try the Cullen Skink please. start finish eat Waiter: Wonderful choice sir. Clive: And for the __________ course I think I would like to try Toad-in-the-Hole. I love frog’s legs, but I’ve never tried toads, so this should be interesting. big grand main Waiter: [Laughs to himself]. Excellent choices sir. The food will be with you shortly. [Waiter arrives with his starter] Waiter: Your Cullen skink sir.Clive: Thank you. Excuse me, this wasn't what I __________, what is it exactly? ate tasted expected Waiter: I get asked that a lot. It is basically a thick soup, with haddock, potatoes and onion. It is very tasty.Clive: Oh, I’m very sorry. I should have asked before I ordered it. I am __________ to fish. Could I possibly change it? horrible vegetarian allergic Waiter: That’s not problem sir. Would the roasted vegetable soup be to your liking? Clive: Yes, that would be lovely. Thank you. [Waiter brings Clive his replacement soup] Clive: Thank you. Waiter: Enjoy your meal sir. [Clive enjoys the soup. When he has finished, the waiter asks him how it was and proceeds to clear away his dishes.] Waiter: Here is your Toad-in-the-Hole sir…and your vegetables. Would you like any mustard or other sauces to go with that?Clive: I think there has been a __________, this isn’t at all what I ordered. Where are the toads? mistake trouble accident Waiter: No sir, Toad-in-the-Hole is a dish consisting of sausages cooked in a Yorkshire pudding batter. It’s delicious, I can assure you.Clive: Well can I suggest that you put that description on your __________ then? And seeing as I’m having sausages, could I please have some wholegrain mustard. list menu order Waiter: Certainly sir. And I will be sure to pass on your suggestion to my manager. [Waiter returns with Clive’s mustard] Waiter: Enjoy your meal sir. [Clive has finished the meal and the waiter comes to clear his plates] Waiter: Well sir, what did you think of Toad-in-the-Hole? Clive: Well I have to say that was one of the tastiest meals I have ever had, and the onion gravy was a revelation. Please give my complements to the chef. Waiter: I am delighted to hear it sir. Would you like to look at the dessert menu? Clive: As tempting as that is, I think I have eaten quite enough this evening. Could I have the bill though, please? Waiter: Of course sir. [Waiter brings Clive the bill]Clive: Could I pay by __________ card please? credit blue birthday Waiter: Absolutely sir, I will go and get the card machine. [Waiter gets the card machine. Clive enters his card details and the payment is complete.] Waiter: Thank you very much sir. Have a wonderful evening. Clive: Thank you, you too. [Clive leaves the restaurant with a full belly and a feeling of endless possibility for his evening!] Clive hits the town in search of a holiday romance. Clive decided to head to a local bar to check out the local night life and to try his luck with the Bognor Regis ladies. Match beginning of the sentence to the end, to complete some of Clive’s greatest chat up lines…Do you have any raisins? ... Because you have stolen my heart. How about a date then? Because you are a real cracker. I bet your last name is Jacobs… Can I have yours? How about a date then? Because you are a real cracker. Are you a thief? ... Because you have stolen my heart. I would put U and I together. Because you have been running through my mind all day. Your legs must be tired … Can I have yours? Because you are a real cracker. Because you've been running through my mind all day. Do you know what my shirt is made of? … Because you have been running through my mind all day. How about a date then? Boyfriend material. I seem to have lost my phone number… Can I have yours? Because you have stolen my heart. Boyfriend material. If I could rearrange the alphabet … Can I have yours? I would put U and I together. Boyfriend material. Clive goes to the beach One sunny day, Clive got up early and decided to head to the beach in order to make sure he got a well-positioned deck chair for the day because he was keen to make the most of the good weather to top-up his tan. He observed the traditional etiquette of placing his beach towel on the desired chair and then proceeded to sit down. After a while, Clive began to get thirsty and a little peckish and so decided to head to the nearest beach café in search of something to satiate his needs. Leaving his towel on the chair as a token of his reservation, he headed off in search of food and drink. Clive returned some time later looking smug. He had a 99 flake in one hand and a carton of Ribena in the other, he was really beginning to enjoy his holiday. Until… he realised his towel had been removed from his deckchair and had been carelessly tossed onto the sand beside it. Replacing the towel, and Clive for that matter, was a very stern looking, middle aged woman. He approached her with the intention of repossessing what was rightfully his …Clive: Excuse me, I believe I had __________ this deck chair. reserved sat wanted Woman: Had. Past tense. And now I’m sitting here. Sorry darlin’ but you’re going to have to find somewhere else to sit.Clive: That is very rude, you know. I reserved this seat fair and __________. circle triangle square Woman: Oh really?Clive: Yes, really. My __________ was clearly on it. That’s the international sign of a deck chair reservation. bag trousers towel Woman: Well where I’m from that just means you don’t take care of your belongings because you forgot your towel. Clive: Fine. Well how about we take it in turns, an hour each? I’ll go and build a sand __________ for an hour and then we swap. Deal? empire castle house Woman: Ok, deal.