At the Seaside by Roderick Hunt and illustrated by Alex Brychta

ho‧tel /həʊˈtel $ hoʊ-/ ●●● S2 W1 noun [countable]
 building where people pay to stay and eat meals

   • I’ve booked the flights and the hotel.
   • We’ll be at the Hotel Ibis.

farm‧er /ˈfɑːmə $ ˈfɑːrmər/ ●●● S2 W2 noun [countable]
someone who owns or manages a farm

• Antonio Villas Boas was a Brazilian farmer.• A farmer lived here with his family a hundred years ago.

break down phrasal verb
if a car or machine breaks down, it stops working

The car broke down just north of Paris.
• The printing machines are always breaking down.

- The family went on holiday. Wilf and Wilma went, too.

- The hotel had burned down.

“Sorry!” said the man.

They looked at a new hotel.

“Too expensive,” said Mum.

They looked at an old hotel.

“No, thank you,” said Dad.

Every hotel was full.

“Sorry,” said everyone.

They had to go home.

But the car broke down.

A farmer stopped his tractor.

“Can I help?” he said.

The farmer had a bus.

“You can stay here,” he said.

“What a good holiday!” said Wilf.

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