- uncertainty /uhn-SUR-tn-tee/
- declaration /dek-luh-REY-shuhn /
- spokesperson /SPOHKS-pur-suhn/
- modification /mod-uh-fi-KEY-shuhn/
- luxurious /luhg-ZHOOR-ee-uhs/
[noun] – a situation in which something is not known, or something that is not known or certain
Life is loaded with uncertainties.
[noun] – an announcement, often one that is written and official
A statement of their commercial interests must be made by members of Congress.
[noun] – a person who is chosen to speak officially for a group or organization
An airline spokesperson said that flights will operate as planned.
[noun] – a change to something, usually to improve it
It is reasonably straightforward to change the engine to run on lead-free gasoline.
[adjective] – very comfortable and expensive
They have a very luxurious house.
Average daily bookings last month were up 70 percent compared to December, TUI said. The business, which is located in Germany, needs only small down payments on some of its packed holidays in the summer of 2021 and provides free modifications up to 21 days before departure on trips booked before the 9th of February. But according to CEO Fritz Joussen, it does not plan to get all of its trips discounted. Joussen said on an income call that compared to summer 2019, the average price of bookings grew 20 percent, powered by a higher number of bundled flights and hotel deals and demand for more luxurious holidays after a year in which many people stayed home.
True or False:
- TUI stands for Touristik Union International.
- According to the world’s largest tour operator said that 8 million customers are already booked for summer 2021.
- TUI is located in Germany.
- Fritz Joussen is the CEO of Tui.
- The average price of bookings grew 20 percent
Situation: You are a student and you are tasked to report in class.
Question: What are the reasons why people continue to travel despite the pandemic?
- book trips
Express Your Opinion:
- “Live with no excuses and travel with no regrets” – Oscar Wilde
- “Don’t listen to what they say, go see” – Chinese Proverb.
- “Not all those who wander are lost” – J.R.R. Tolkien