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Tourism
Tourism [′tu∂rız∂m]
noun [U] the business activity connected with
providing accommodation, services and
entertainment for ...
Tourism is a big business in Europe
It provides at least 10 million jobs across the continent.
It is vital for the economi...
Who gets the money
some more
The
European
airline
(who) sells the holiday
(that) organizes the holiday
(that) flies the fa...
owner
The European Company
manager Top staff The waiters, cooks and cleaners
European local
their salary is paid
into bank...
How tourism can help developing
countries
Responsible Tourists • use their visit to learn about the culture and
language o...
resources
https://www.google.ge/search?q=tourism&rlz=1C1GGRV_enGE748GE
748&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwidlM...
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Tourism

  1. 1. Tourism
  2. 2. Tourism [′tu∂rız∂m] noun [U] the business activity connected with providing accommodation, services and entertainment for people who are visiting a place for pleasure. Vital – necessary or essential in order for sth to succeed or exist
  3. 3. Tourism is a big business in Europe It provides at least 10 million jobs across the continent. It is vital for the economies of many European countries. Croatia;; 25.5% Malta;; 23.0% Greece;; 17.2% Spain;; 17.2% Switzerland;; 12.6%
  4. 4. Who gets the money some more The European airline (who) sells the holiday (that) organizes the holiday (that) flies the family there and back
  5. 5. owner The European Company manager Top staff The waiters, cooks and cleaners European local their salary is paid into banks don’t earn much money • the tourists travel from the airport in an imported coach; •the hotel furniture is made in Europe; •the food and drinks (which they serve) is almost all imported. less than 1/3 of money goes to the country which is visited.
  6. 6. How tourism can help developing countries Responsible Tourists • use their visit to learn about the culture and language of the country they are in; • interact with the locals and ask questions; • travel by public transport; •eat the local food; •buy locally-made souvenirs, not imported.. Everyone benefits The responsible tourist developing country has a great holiday the money (that is spent) stays in the country
  7. 7. resources https://www.google.ge/search?q=tourism&rlz=1C1GGRV_enGE748GE 748&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwidlM- 3veXUAhUSrRQKHWBXC_0QsAQIQA&biw=1548&bih=738#imgrc=QWd 7904vM1BG7M: 04/04/2017 22:30 2. “New Inspiration” Judy Garton-Sprenger, Philip Prowse , text “Tourism” p.72, 2016, Student’s Book, Printed and bound in Malaysia, Macmillan 1.

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