[IELTS VOCAB] BỘ TỪ VỰNG DU LỊCH CỰC HỮU DỤNG CHO IELTS

11:25 | 09/07/2019

[IELTS VOCAB] BỘ TỪ VỰNG DU LỊCH CỰC HỮU DỤNG CHO IELTS

Xin chào các học viên IELTS! Hôm nay, mentor của IPP sẽ cùng chia sẻ với các bạn những từ vựng rất hay về du lịch, trong đó có rất nhiều từ Japlish (tiếng Anh người Nhật) và Singlish (tiếng Anh người Singapore). Các từ Japlish hay Singlish này đều rất đặc biệt vì được chỉnh sửa một chút để phù hợp hơn với người địa phương. Bạn nào sắp đi du lịch Nhật Bản hoặc Singapore thì nhớ lưu bài viết này về nhé!

BỘ TỪ VỰNG DU LỊCH CỰC HỮU DỤNG CHO IELTS

1. CA/ cabin attendant (Japlish) = flight attendant

 

2. mansion (Japlish) = normal apartment

When Japanese people say “I live in a mansion,” they do not mean they live in a huge, extravagant house. In Japan, “mansion” is used to describe a normal condominium, like an apartment.

 

3. beach sandal (Japlish) = flip flop

 

4. claim (Japlish) = A complaint

"I want to make a claim now!"

 

5. gasoline stand (Japlish) = gas station/petrol station

When you almost run out of gas in Japan, please ask Japanese people: Where is a gasoline stand?

 

6. jet coaster (Japlish) = roller coaster

 

7. live house (Japlish) = small concert venue

 

8. morning call (Japlish) = wake-up call

When you stay at a Japanese hotel, you can ask for a "morning call", instead of a wake-up call

 

9. potato (Japlish) = French fries

When you go to McDonald's in Japan, staff can't understand "French fries". You should say, "Potato please".

 

10. recycle shop (Japlish) = secondhand store

If you want to buy something cheap, you should go to a recycle shop! If you say "secondhand store" in Japan, maybe they won't understand...

 

11. service area (Japlish) = rest stop

When you drive on a Japanese highway, please use a "service area" if you are tired. You can rest and buy food in the "service area".

 

12. super (Japlish) = Supermarket

If Japanese people say "please go to the super", they want you to go to a supermarket.

 

13. Viking (Japlish) = buffet restaurant

 

14. Heck it (Singlish) = A phrase to show that you do not care anymore.

“Heck it la! I’m just going to confess to Sarah after our date tonight.”

 

15. chope seats (Singlish) = reserve seats

Usually used in coffee shop and hawkers before eating. It means to reserve seats. Putting a pack of tissue on the table is a common way to do so.

“It is lunch time, we’d better chope seats now.”

 

16. Couchsurfing: commonly used to describe the practice of moving from one friend's house to the other often sleeping on the couch or floor while you were temporarily of no fixed abode

 

17. Staycation: A vacation that is spent at home enjoying time to relax and explore your local area.

 

18. Grey nomad: A grey nomad is a mature aged traveler with a keen sense of adventure who travels around a country staying in a campervan, caravan or tent for a reasonably long time.

 

19. Wayfarer: a person who travels from place to place, usually on foot.

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