: Vocabulary about holidays. Revision
: Present Perfect - pick up Vocabulary brochure
- booklet or magazine containing information flight
- an aircraft journey half board
- the fee includes breakfast and dinner when staying in a hotel lively
- having lots of life and energy; a person or a place, i.e.
- She's a very lively child.
- It's a lively town; there's a lot happening.
- suitcases or bags when travelling pick up
- (Phrasal Verb) to buy a (usually) small item; to collect somone in a car, i.e.
- Can you pick up a newspaper when you go to the supermarket, please?
- I'll pick you up at seven. That should give us plenty of time to get to the airport.
- a place where people go on holiday Roman ruins
- architectural remains of the Ancient Roman civilisation sandy beach sightseeing
- visiting places of interest when on holiday single room
- a hotel room for one person with a single bed take off
- (Phrasal Verb) when an aircraft leaves the ground; also, to remove clothing, i.e.
- Our plane takes off at ten o'clock.
- Take off your shoes before you come in the house, please.
- the agency that makes arrangements for people to travel twin room
- a hotel room for two people with two single beds