Dec 172013
 

Planning a Weekend Getaway: It’s time for a holiday and you are already planning your getaway from work and stress. Learn how to plan your next trip in English with this lesson.


 

 
Vocabulary

Planning : Planning is a process of making plans for something.
Trip : A trip is a journey or excursion, especially for pleasure.
Camping : Camping means to live for a time in a camp, tent as when on vacation.
Idea : An idea is a thought or suggestion as to a possible course of action.
Adventure Trip : Adventure trip is a journey that usually involves a lot of excitement and fun.
Organized : To organize something means to arrange it in a systematic way.
Availability : Availability is the quality of being at hand when needed.
Prizes : A prize is a thing that is given as a reward to the winner of a competition.
Detail : Detail is an individual fact, feature or item.
Celebration : Celebration means to mark one’s pleasure at an important event or occasion by engaging in enjoyable activity.
Adventurous : Someone who is adventurous is willing to take risks or to try out new methods.
Exciting : Something that is exciting causes great enthusiasm and eagerness.
Campsite : Campsite is a place used for camping.
Colleague : A colleague is a person with whom one works.
Getaway : To getaway means an act or instance of making a quick escape.
Deserve : If someone is deserving then it means they have or show qualities worthy of reward or punishment.
Visit : Visiting is an act of coming and going to see a person or place.
Team Member : A team member is a person occupying a role reporting to a manager.

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