Are you planning on visiting an English speaking country any time soon? Are you a little hesitant about testing your English conversation skills?
Well worry no more! Here are some useful English phrases with sentences that you can use as a guide to help you improve your communication skills.
If and when you’re staying at a hotel, don’t be afraid to participate in conversations with English speakers.
Try to use every opportunity you get to test your English knowledge as well as to practice speaking fluently.
English Phrases With Sentences
12 Questions You Might Hear
- Hello, can I help you?
- Do you have a reservation?
- May I have your name, please?
- How long will you be staying?
- How many guests are with you?
- Could you please fill out this form?
- Would you like a room with a bath or a shower?
- Do you need help with your bags?
- Do you need a wake-up call?
- Are you familiar with California?
- Is there anything else we can help you with?
- How would you like to pay?
12 Questions You Might Ask
- Do you have any rooms available for (the sixteenth of June)?
- Is breakfast included?
- Where do you serve breakfast?
- Do all the rooms have air-conditioning?
- When can I check-in?
- Have you got single room for tonight?
- Can I see the room, please?
- Can someone help me with my bags?
- Could I have a wake-up call tomorrow morning at (seven o’clock), please?
- Is there an airport shuttle bus?
- Could we please check-out a little late, at (one o’clock)?
- When is check-out time?
Be sure to check out: 7 Easy Ways To Help Improve English Listening Skills
12 Statements You Might Hear
- I’m sorry; we don’t have any rooms available.
- Your room is on the second floor.
- Your room number is (301).
- Please sign your name here.
- Here is your key.
- Sorry, pets are not allowed.
- Sorry, smoking is not allowed.
- There is a restaurant on the ground floor.
- More fresh towels are available at the front desk.
- Thank you for staying with us!
- Your room is on the second floor to the right.
- Sorry, we’re fully booked for tonight.
15 Statements You Might Say
- I’d like to book a room, please.
- I’d like a single room, please.
- I’d like a double room, please.
- I’d like to stay in a double room.
- The room is too noisy.
- I would like to change my room.
- We need (housekeeping service), please.
- We’d like to stay for an extra day.
- I’ve lost my room key.
- We’re checking out now.
- I’d like to check out, please.
- We really enjoyed our stay.
- I’d like to pay in cash.
- I’d like to pay by credit card.
- I’d like to pay by traveller’s cheque (check).
8 Problems/Issues you might have
- May I have housekeeping service please?
- May I have some towels, please?
- May I have some extra blankets, please?
- May I have some extra pillows, please?
- May I have some soap, please?
- May I have some toilet paper, please?
- May I have another room please, the air conditioner isn’t working in this one.
- May I have another room please, this one is not clean.