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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #89996: Bobby goes to a hotel
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    Bobby goes to a hotel

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    -Bobby: Good morning, Sir. I have a for a double room for one night.
    -Receptionist : Are you sure? I don't find your name in the .
    -Bobby: But I gave a two weeks ago for a room.
    -Receptionist: Oh, sorry. I remember, we reserved a room for you with a shower. Your room is on the third . Here is your key.
    -Bobby: Thank you. Have you got a  ? My luggage is very heavy and I have a backache.
    -Receptionist: Yes, we have, but unfortunately, it's out of .
    -Bobby: What a pity! When is the time?
    -Receptionist: Around 10 a.m. is served until 9 a.m.
    -Bobby: It looks perfect. Have you left a in the bathroom?
    -Receptionist: Of course, I have. If you need some information, come and see me at the .

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