ده اصطلاح کاربردی انگلیسی در سفر

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دوستان ممکن هست که شما به سفری برید که لیدر تور از اصطلاحاتی استفاده کنه و شما متوجه نشوید. اینجا ده اصطلاح کاربردی انگلیسی در سفر برای شما گذاشته شده که قبل از سفر بهتره یاد بگیرید.

این درس مناسب سطح B1 می باشد

این دو عبارت رو در ویدیو یاد می گیرید:

As you know: همانطور که میدونید
Sign up: ثبت نام کردن

متن کامل این ویدیو به همراه اصطلاحات کاربردی را در متن زیر بخوانید:

Hello and welcome. As you know this week we are learning about tourism
And not every tour comes with a translator. Tour guides may use English expressions that you don’t understand. Here are 10 idiomatic expressions to learn before you sign up for a tour.

Travel light: Don’t pack a lot of items. Bring only what you need
Please travel light tomorrow. We have a lot of walking to do

Hit the road: Depart. Begin a tour
We’ll hit the road as soon as the bus driver arrives

Off the beaten path: Away from the main road or route
I neeed to get away from it all and travel off the beaten path

Watch your back: Be careful; pay attention to people around you
Keep your wallet in a safe place and watch your back on the subway

Call it a day: Finish an activity or tour; go home or back to the hotel
You all look tired. Let’s call it a day

Get a move on: Go more quickly
We’ll need to get a move on if we want to catch the four o’clock bus

A full plate: A full schedule; no free time
We have a full plate tomorrow, so get a good rest tonight

Bright and early OR first thing: Very early in the morning
We’ll need to leave bright and early to catch the first ferry

Hang on or hang tight: Wait patiently for a moment
Please hang tight until the driver returns

If worse comes to worst or If all else fails: Introduces the action to take when no other option is successful
If worse comes to worst, call the police

So learn these idioms to have better times next time you sign up for a tour

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