CELPIP Speaking Unusual Situation Interesting Hotels

CELPIP Speaking Unusual Situation Interesting Hotels

You are going on a trip with your friend, and you are looking online for hotels. You see two interesting hotels. Call your friend and describe the hotels. Ask him which one you should book

celpip speaking unusual situation interesting hotels


There are two differences between Unusual Situation Task and Describe A Scene Task. Firstly, in Unusual Situation task, you’re talking to a person. In Describe a scene task, you’re just describing the scene. Secondly, in unusual situation task, you need to use more specific vocabulary to describe the scene or object.

The first thing you should do is try to identify what these two hotels look like. Then, try to describe specific parts of the hotels. Remember to have an appropriate introduction and conclusion.


Story (floor, level)

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Hey James,

It’s Keith calling here. I’m just looking at two hotels online, and I’m wondering which one I should book. They both look pretty interesting. One of them is shaped like a teapot. It has a handle on one side and a spout on the other side. It looks like the hotel has four stories. The very top story is the lid of the teapot. It might be cool to book a room up there!

The other hotel is shaped like a tree. It has a long trunk and the rooms are in the branches of the tree. Actually, it doesn’t really have branches. It looks more like a big blue popsicle. It looks pretty cool!

This hotel is a lot taller than the other one. It has about twice as many floors. We might have a good view if we stay on the top floor. Anyway, that’s the best I can do to describe these hotels. Let me know which one you would prefer to stay in!

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