Read the dialogue.
Mike: Hello, I’m looking for a place to spend my holidays. Could you offer me something interesting?
Sam: Yes, certainly. How long are you going to travel?
Mike: For about a fortnight.
Sam: Do you like active holidays or would you prefer to stay somewhere in a quiet place just to relax?
Mike: Well, I’d like to go on a sightseeing tour to Europe. I think Great Britain is the best place for it. It’s a unique country, which is worth seeing. Besides, it’s the best way to practise your English.
Sam: Which cities and towns would you advise me to visit?
Mike: I think the best way to start exploration of Great Britain is to visit London, its capital. And how much is this tour?
Sam: Well, it depends on the hotel, but the average price is about $600.
Mike: And which hotel would you advise me to stay at?
Sam: I would recommend you The New Barbican. It’s a modern hotel, comfortably furnished and the prices are quite reasonable there.
Mike: Is the hotel far from the main sights of the city? Where exactly is it?
Sam: In Central Street. It’s not far from the Tower of London and St. Paul’s Cathedral.
Mike: Fine, that will do. Let’s sign a contract.
Write true, false, doesn’t say:
1. Sam asks Mike if he likes active holidays?
2. The tour price is about $750.
3. The New Barbican is an old hotel.
Е.И.Кусунько, Е.С. Музланова. Английский язык. Все устные темы для подготовки к выпускному экзамену – Москва: Астрель, 479с.