Bên cạnh PHÂN TÍCH ĐỀ THI TASK 1 VIẾT THƯ NGÀY 05/7/2020 IELTS WRITING GENERAL MÁY TÍNH (kèm bài được sửa của học sinh đạt 6.0 đi thi thật), IELTS TUTOR cũng cung cấp transcript bài tập Short Answer IELTS Listening.
Chuyên đề 9
Right, let me give you a bit more information about the trip.
The first part of our journey is from London to Paris, going through the Channel Tunnel. It will take just over an hour to get to the tunnel, including a short stop before we get there to pick up some more passengers. From there, it'll be another 3 hours to Paris. So, we're looking at 4 hours altogether, give or take a few minutes.
A quick bit of advice about passports, you won't need these until we get to the Italian border. So I suggest you keep them in the safe, which you'll find in your cabin. Ask your steward, that's the person in charge of your carriage, for a key. That way, you won't need to carry them with you all the time.
Now, meals, as I said earlier, breakfast tomorrow morning will be in your cabins and this will be served at about 7:30 - 7:45. So, you'll be able to enjoy it, as we travel along the southern French coast. Lunch is at one o'clock in the restaurant car and dinner is at 8 o'clock. Although, we'd like you all to be at your table about 15 minutes earlier at a quarter two if you could.
When we get to the Italian border tomorrow morning, our train will change engines and we'll also be getting a new crew, we'll be taking advantage of the stop to have a look around. I've arranged a visit to the local market, a museum and a castle. This will take about 4 hours with a break for coffee in a local café. And we'll back on the train in time for lunch.
A few quick rules, some of you might have brought your own food or drink on board. That's fine, but could we ask that you consume it in your cabins and not in the restaurant lounge. Could we also ask you to make sure your cabin windows are closed when you're not in your cabin. And whatever you do, don't get off the train until we reach the Italian border, apart from the border and one or two other places which I'll tell you about any stops we make will only be for a few minutes. I'd hate to leave anyone behind.
Alright, so moving on from the Italian border will be heading...