Holiday Problems

Holiday Problems

John wants to go on holiday with his best friend David.

But there is a problem.

John wants to go to Germany, and David wants to go to Denmark.

They cannot agree on the answer.

"I think we should go to Germany because they have amazing food," John says to David.

"But Denmark has amazing wildlife," David replies.

"But Germany has fantastic tourist attractions," John says.

"Denmark has fantastic tourist attractions as well," David replies.

Then, suddenly, John has an idea.

"I know what we can do, we can visit Germany for one week, then we can go on the train and visit Denmark for one week. Do you like this idea?" asks John.

"Yes, I love this idea, we can visit both countries then we are both happy," David says.

"Perfect, let me find the information we need for a great holiday to Germany, and you find the information we need for a great holiday to Denmark, do you agree?" says John.

"Yes, I agree. I am too excited to wait, so let us start now," replies David.

This is important vocabulary from the previous section. Play the sounds and practice pronunciation.

  • amazing very surprising
  • holiday an extended period of leisure and recreation
  • suddenly quickly and unexpectedly
  • wildlife animals, birds, and plants living in their natural environment
  • can to be able to
  • tourist attraction a place that people visit for pleasure and interest
  • week a period of seven days usually from Monday to Sunday
  • to agree to have the same opinion about something
  • to find to discover something or someone
  • to need to require something because it is very important
  • answer a solution to a problem or question

Drag and drop words and expressions to their correct translations.

to have the same opinion about something

to require something because it is very important

a place that people visit for pleasure and interest

an extended period of leisure and recreation

a solution to a problem or question

to need to agree tourist attraction holiday answer
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