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IV. Match the terms with the definitions:

1) convention tourism a) a type of tourism which involves visits of tour operators and travel agents to travel destinations so that they get to know their facilities well
2) incentive tourism b) a type of tourism which involves tours and visits for disabled people
3) sports tourism c) a type of tourism which involves journeys for people who share the same hobby
4) leisure tourism d) a type of tourism which involves holidays awarded to staff members as a bonus and to encourage them to work better
5) familiarization tourism e) a type of tourism which involves holidays for relaxation and entertainment purposes
6) third-age tourism f) a type of tourism which involves taking part in meetings, conferences and seminars
7) fourth-age tourism g) a type of tourism which involves tours and visits for elderly and retired people
8) special-interest tourism h) a type of tourism which involves tours with a lot of physical training, exercising and keeping fit

V. Pick out the right definition:


1) gambling a) hunting
  b) ferry-boating
  c) bungee-jumping
  d) gaming
2) special-interest tourism a) travel with special purposes
  b) travel for experts and specialists
  c) travel with specific business missions
  d) travel for the tourist industry employees
3) hitch-hiking a) cross-country running or skiing
  b) white-water rafting
  c) travelling by asking drivers for lifts
  d) motoring with no driving licence
4) survival tourism a) camping or caravanning
  b) holiday-making with no modem conveniences
  c) starving, slimming and keeping fit
  d) travelling to isolated places with extreme natural conditions
5) to attend a) to be present
  b) to enter
  c) to come and stay
  d) to pay a visit
6) FAM tourism a) travel of regular customers to familiar destinations
  b) incentive travel with families and children
  c) cultural travel for sightseeing purposes
  d) travel of tourist staff for getting to know new destinations better
7) data a) number
  c) information
  d) statistics
8) a convention a) a party
  b) a formal meeting
  c) a resolution
  d) an announcement
9) itinerary a) a list of places to be visited during a tour
  b) a programme of stay
  c) a route from one place to another
  d) an inclusive tour
10) fourth-age tourism a) tourism for elderly people
  b) tourism for disabled people
  c) tourism for retired people
  d) social tourism


VI. Fill in the blanks:

equipment missions a bonus
travel expenses a target data
answering service convention staff
recreation mountaineering training
the itinerary surroundings a FAM tour


  1. .. tourism is one part of business tourism.
  2. FAM tourism means that a company sends its .. on educational tours to other companies.
  3. Sporting tourists enjoy exercise and natural .. .
  4. Tourist companies provide special services for businessmen. Among them are ..and business meeting arrangements.
  5. Within sports tourism there is water tourism, mountain tourism and .. .
  6. During .. travel clerks get familiar with local facilities.
  7. The purpose of pleasure tourism is .. .
  8. Sports tour instructors will always train tourists how to use sporting .. .
  9. Tourist companies will provide business tourists with economic ..on monitors.
  10. Sporting tours require-preparation and special .. .
  11. The incentive tour is a reward or .. to a successful employee.
  12. Business tourists travel on different .. .
  13. An employer often sets ..for an employee to exceed his quota.
  14. A sporting tour instructor will carefully plan .. .
  15. The employer covers the employee's ..during an incentive tour.



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