Nigel and his wife Karla, who is Spanish, both work at the Regent Hotel in the centre of London. Nigel is a receptionist and Karla works in the hotel bar. The hotel is very popular and expensive. Around thirty people usually come to the Regent Hotel every day.  


Nigel says:

"Ten million people visit London every year. In our hotel we have fifty rooms, and we have visitors from all over the world, especially from America and Japan. I speak English, German, French, and Spanish. I don't speak Japanese, but I want to learn it. Our visitors like doing many things. On a typical day they have breakfast in the hotel restaurant, an English breakfast of eggs, bacon, tea and toast. After breakfast they visit the Parliament and Buckingham Palace and go shopping. They go everywhere by bus or by taxi. They come back to the hotel at four o'clock and have tea and relax. Then in the evening they go to the theatre. I work from six o'clock in the morning till three in the afternoon. We like meeting people of all nationalities."

Karla says:

"Our hotel is very big and beautiful and it is at the good place. I work from six in the evening till one in the morning. During the day I usually go shopping and prepare everything that we need for the hotel and our guests. In the morning I go to the market, go back to the hotel, have lunch, relax and then go to work. Our guests are very famous and rich and they usually need expensive things. I have to buy everything they need. I speak English, French and Spanish of course. I work very hard but I like my job."



Nouns (imenice): Verbs (glagoli):

a receptionist – recepcioner
hotel bar – bar hotela
room – soba
visitor – posetilac
thing – stvar
egg – jaje
bacon – slanina
tea – čaj
toast – tost
the Parliament – Parlament
Buckingham Palace – Bakingemska palata
theatre – pozorište
place – mesto
guest – gost
market – pijaca
language – jezik


visit – posećivati
speak – govoriti
want – želeti
learn – učiti
have breakfast – doručkovati
go shopping – ići u kupovinu
come back – vratiti se
relax – opustiti se
meet – upoznati
say – reći
prepare – pripremiti
need – treba
go back – vratiti se
buy – kupiti
have to – morati
work hard – raditi naporno
Adjectives and adverbs
(pridevi i prilozi):
Prepositions and conjunctions
(predlozi i veznici):

both – oboje
popular – popularan
expensive – skup
a day – dnevno
especially – naročito
typical – tipičan
everywhere – svuda
everything – sve
famous – poznat
rich – bogat


till – do
during – za vreme, tokom
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