Topics

Present

Past

Past to Present

Future

Abilities - Responsibilities

Asking Questions

Choosing the Right Phrase

Combining Verbs

Explaining Ideas

Describing Your World

Complex Ideas

Relating Ideas, People, Objects

Speaking about Objects

Wondering about Situations

English for Tourism and the Food Service Industry

Welcome to your Lingofeeds English for the Tourism and the Food Service Industry course. Please navigate learning materials by clicking on the headings located under Topic Areas on the left hand side of the page.

We appreciate any and all feedback. Please use the "contact us" link provided at the bottom of each page to help us improve Lingofeeds' resources.

Lingofeeds provides a unique guide to professional English. Instead of providing general examples of grammar and usage, Lingofeeds materials employ key phrases taken from specific industries. In this way, you will improve your English using the English you need to improve your career.

wordmap
Image by http://www.wordle.net/

 

How to Use Lingofeeds

- Click on one the listed Topic Areas on the left hand side of the page to access learning materials.

- 300 key tourism and food service industry phrases are used to provide examples for every learning point. Lingofeeds provides over 1,500 examples!

- Every example is accompanied by a recording to help you with pronunciation skills.

Lingofeeds Example

Here is an example of the materials you will find on Lingofeeds.

Must vs. Have To

'Have to' expresses everyday responsibilities at work, or for family and friends. 'Must' is only used for strong personal obligations.

Example 'Have to' for Responsibilities:

Waiters have to use problem-solving skills during the lunch rush.

We have to teach our class on hotel operations on Tuesdays.

Example 'Must' for Strong Obligations:

I must follow the documented food service policy.

I must try this weight reduction program.

Courses
English for Business and Commerce

English for Production and Manufacturing

English for NGO and NPO (Non-Governmental Organizations, Non-Profit Organizations)

Share This Page