Good afternoon. Excelsior Hotel. Can I you?
. People who are offering you a service say this. Shop assistants can ask: 'Are you being served'? 'Assist' and 'attend' are false friends in some languages.
Oh, good afternoon. I book a room please.
. We use this when we are making a request. 'I want to' would also be correct, but a little less polite.
Certainly, sir. are you going to stay?
. We use these two words when we want to know the length of time somebody is going to do something.
Just tonight. How much ?
. We do not use at or in with tonight. The expression 'during the night' exists but is not appropriate here.
. This is how we ask about the price of something. We use the present simple tense, forming the question in the third person singular with 'does'.
. This is how we make questions when speaking directly to someone with the verb 'to want' in the present simple tense.
In that case it's $125.00 night
. This is the word we use when we mean 'for each day'. We could also say 'a night' but the other three answers are not possible.
What time ?
. We must invert the subject and the verb to make the question. We are talking about breakfast in general so do not use 'the'.
From 7:30 to 10:00.
That's fine. Just one more question. a parking garage nearby?
. We are asking if a parking garage exists - just one, so the verb cannot be plural.
Yes, it's the hotel
. We can say 'in front of', 'behind' and 'next to' - so the other three possible answers are all incorrect.
That all sounds fine. I'll just go and park my car.