VOCABULARY – complimentary

COMPLIMENTARY

(adjective) – free; no cost

Example #1:
Hotel Clerk:  Welcome to the Disney Hotel!  Your breakfast is complimentary every morning.
Hotel Guest:  Do you mean I don’t have to pay for breakfast?
Hotel Clerk:  That is correct!  Your breakfast at the hotel is free!

Example #2:
Waiter:  Welcome to the famous Hard Rock Café in Orlando.  Please enjoy these complimentary shrimp cocktails while you wait for your table.

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IDIOMS – smooth sailing

SMOOTH SAILING

(idiom) – an easy journey; no problems

Example #1:
Student #1: I want to go on vacation in the USA, but planning a trip abroad is so difficult.
Student #2: You should travel with Language on Vacation. They take care of everything so it is smooth sailing for you!

Example #2:
Tour Bus Driver: It is difficult to drive a large van in the busy city of San Francisco, but after we leave the city, it’s smooth sailing on the highway.

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IDIOMS – right up my alley

RIGHT UP (SOMEONE’S) ALLEY

(idiom) – something someone likes; something someone would be interested in

Example #1:
Friend #1: I love Disney and Harry Potter!
Friend #2: You should book the Orlando tour – it’s right up your alley!

Example #2:
Student: I’ve always wanted to vacation in America, but I also need to improve my English, so Language on Vacation is right up my alley.

Example #3:
Friend #1: We’re always going on hikes or lying on the beach…
Friend #2: … so the Hawaii tour is right up our alley.

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