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Tác giả Bilingo Học tiếng anh online 2
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Welcome to 11 BILINGO ENGLISH. HÔM NAY CHÚNG MÌNH SẼ CÓ NHỮNG MẪU CÂU TIẾNG ANH CHO BẠN THAM KHẢO VỀ CHỦ ĐỀ CẮM TRẠI VÀ LEO NÚI.
Conversation #1 – Getting information about camping
Today, George is going to the countryside - that means the rural area outside major cities.
The word “camping” means staying in the middle of nature, in simple accommodations, such as a tent. The picture shows a yellow tent.
Many countries have designated areas to camp, where you pay per night to camp there. These areas are called campgrounds, and they often have facilities such as bathrooms, cooking areas, and sometimes rental of equipment for outdoor recreational activities. Listen to George’s conversation with an employee of a campground:
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George: Hi, I’d like some information about your campground.
Campground employee: Well, we have sites for both tent and RV camping, as well as cabins. Each site has a picnic table, a water spout, and a fire pit.
George: Do you have bike rentals?
Campground employee: Yes, we do! We have both bike and canoe rentals.
George: What about fishing gear?
Campground employee: No, sorry. There are some great fishing spots on the lake, but you’d have to bring your own gear.
Campground employee: You can, as long as it’s not a pit bull, Dalmatian, or Chihuahua. Any other breed is welcome, but you will need to keep your dog on a leash at all times.
George: I understand. All right – I’d like to make a reservation for next weekend.
George: Xin chào, tôi muốn biết một số thông tin về khu cắm trại của bạn.
Nhân viên khu cắm trại: Chà, chúng tôi có các địa điểm cho cả lều và cắm trại RV, cũng như cabin. Mỗi địa điểm đều có bàn ăn ngoài trời, vòi nước và hố lửa.
George: Bạn có cho thuê xe đạp không?
George: Thế còn dụng cụ câu cá thì sao?
Nhân viên khu cắm trại: Không, xin lỗi. Có một số điểm câu cá tuyệt vời trên hồ, nhưng bạn phải mang theo dụng cụ của riêng mình.
Nhân viên khu cắm trại: Bạn có thể, miễn là đó không phải là chó pit bull, chó đốm hoặc Chihuahua. Bất kỳ giống chó nào khác đều được chào đón, nhưng bạn sẽ cần phải luôn giữ dây xích cho chó của mình.
George: Tôi hiểu. Được rồi – Tôi muốn đặt chỗ cho cuối tuần tới.
Conversation Phrases & Vocabulary
This campground has three types of accommodations. There are sites for tentM camping, sites for RV camping, and cabins. “RV” is short for recreational vehicle; it is a vehicle with a small apartment inside including beds, a kitchen, and a bathroom. It can also be called a camper.
The campground also has cabins. Cabins are small, simple houses, usually built with natural materials, and located in rural areas such as in forests or on the beach. There are no cabins in the city.
The employee also says that each campsite has a picnic table, a water spout, and a fire pit. A picnic table is a rectangular table made of wood, which has two long benches on each side instead of chairs. A water spout is a pipe that gives water, and a fire pit is a designated area for making fires. Campfires are used for cooking and to provide heat.
In the conversation, George asks, “Do you have bike rentals?” The word bike is short for bicycle. At this campground, you can rent bikes and canoes. A canoe is a long boat that is powered by rowing (not by a motor). In the picture, one person is rowing to move the canoe forward. If you go out on a boat, you should wear a life jacket or life vest, which help your body float if you fall into the water.
Another thing mentioned in the conversation is fishing gear. The word “gear” is an informal word for equipment – usually small personal equipment used for a sport or hobby, not big equipment like industrial machines. Thus, fishing gear would include the fishing pole or rod, line, and hooks.
The employee says that there are some great fishing spots on the lake. The word spots is an informal word for places or locations. A lake is a body of water that is surrounded by land on all sides. It is not connected to the ocean.
Finally, there is a question about dogs. The different types of dogs are called breeds. The employee says that certain breeds – such as pit bulls, Dalmatians, and Chihuahuas – are not allowed at the campground, probably because they are known to be aggressive.
She also says that dogs must be kept on a leash at all times. A leash is a rope or chain held by a person, which connects to a collar around the dog’s neck. The leash keeps the dog in control and stops it from running around freely.
Conversation #2 – Talking about hiking trails
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Hiking is when you walk some distance through an area of nature. The path you follow is called a trail. Here’s a conversation about different types of hiking trails.
George: Could you recommend a trail for a day hike?
Campground employee: It’s 15 miles round-trip. It takes most people 9 or 10 hours, so it’s good to get an early start. The first couple miles are easy going, and then it gets steeper and steeper as you approach the summit.
Đi bộ đường dài là khi bạn đi bộ một quãng qua khu vực thiên nhiên. Con đường bạn đi theo được gọi là đường mòn. Đây là cuộc trò chuyện về các loại đường mòn đi bộ đường dài khác nhau.
George: Bạn có thể giới thiệu một con đường mòn cho một chuyến đi bộ trong ngày không?
Nhân viên khu cắm trại: Đó là 15 dặm khứ hồi. Hầu hết mọi người mất 9 hoặc 10 giờ, vì vậy thật tốt khi bắt đầu sớm. Một vài dặm đầu tiên rất dễ đi, sau đó nó ngày càng dốc hơn khi bạn lên đến đỉnh.
Conversation Phrases & Vocabulary
Any time you want to ask for a suggestion, you can use the phrase “Could you recommend...?”
The word peak refers to an individual mountain. This word can also be used to describe the top of the mountain, along with the word summit.
The employee says it’s good to “get an early start” - that means to start early in the morning. She also says that the beginning of the trail is easy, but then it gets steeper and steeper. The word “steep” refers to how vertical the hill or mountain is. A more vertical path is called “steep,” and a more horizontal path is called “gentle.”
In the conversation, George says “I’m not sure I’m up for such a demanding hike.”
The word demanding means difficult, and the expression “I’m not up for” means “I don’t want to” or “I don’t have enough energy to do this.”
The employee then suggests a different trail, one that goes around the lake. There’s also a side path to see some waterfalls - that is when water from a river falls vertically into a lower area.
George responds with the phrase, “That’s more like it.” This is a phrase you can use in response to two situations, when the first situation wasn’t good, and the second situation was better. For example, if you scored a 55 on your first English test, and a 95 on your second English test, you could say “That’s more like it!” because you liked the second test result much better than the first one.
The employee says that the lake trail is “a piece of cake.” This expression means that something is very easy. She also reminds George to bring bug spray. This is a liquid you apply to your skin in order to keep mosquitoes and other insects away from you. It is also called insect repellent.
You’ve finish Everyday English Speaking Course! Today’s speaking challenge is to leave me a message telling me about a trip you took. You can use vocabulary from this lesson and the previous one to tell me about what you did during your trip in the city or countryside.
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