Avisos y Señales en Inglés: Vocabulario

Avisos y Señales en Inglés: Vocabulario Dondequiera que vayamos, podemos ver muchos avisos y señales de advertencia. Los símbolos y señales ayudan a las personas a encontrar un área/edificio/instalación específica. Algunas señales de advertencia ayudan a las personas a ser conscientes de posibles peligros. La mayoría de las señales también dicen a las personas qué hacer o qué no hacer en un área específica y dónde ir para realizar una tarea específica.

En esta lección aprenderemos algunas de las señales y advertencias comunes que podemos ver en todas partes.

 Avisos y Señales en Inglés

Aquí hay algunos avisos y advertencias que podemos ver en cualquier lugar y el significado de cada uno.




Ejercicio de Avisos y Señales en Inglés

Elige la respuesta correcta basándote en las situaciones dadas.

  1. You are in a restaurant, you wanted to use the toilet. There is a sign that says, “Out of order.” Can you use the toilet?

o Yes, I can.                     o No, I can’t.    (No, I can’t.)

  1. You see on the window of a shopping male a big sign that says, “FINAL SALE.” Is this a good time to shop?

o Yes, it is.                        o No, it isn’t.    (Yes, it is.)

  1. You bring your family to the zoo, and you see a sign that says, “Do not feed the animals.” Can you give bananas to the monkeys?

o Yes, I can.                     o No, I can’t.    (No, I can’t.)

  1. You want to get inside the building, but you don’t know where. What sign are you going to look for?

The sign that says:

o ENTRANCE                   o EXIT                 (ENTRANCE.)

  1. You are watching a movie in a cinema. You hear an alarm sound, and people started to go out of the movie house. What sign are you going to look for to know which way to go?

o FIRE EXIT                       o NO SMOKING              (FIRE EXIT sign)

  1. You work in the housekeeping department. You are asked to clean room 105, but there was a sign outside the door that says, “Do not disturb.” Can you knock on the door?

o Yes, I can.                     o No, I can’t.                    (No, I can’t.)

  1. You are new in a restaurant, and you want to order food. What sign are you going to look for?

o Wait to be seated.   o Order here                   (Order here)

  1. You are in the street and you see a “No Smoking” sign. What does it mean?

o I can smoke here.     o I cannot smoke here.               (I cannot smoke in this area.)

  1. I badly want to smoke, but I am in a public place. What area should I look for?

o Designated smoking area       o No smoking                  (An area with a sign “Designated smoking area.”)

  1. I went to the new building near my apartment, but it says “Do not enter.” Am I allowed to get inside?

o Yes, you are.                               o No, you’re not.           (No, you’re not.)


Ejercicio de comunicación Avisos y Señales en Inglés

  1. Why are notices and warnings important?
  2. What will happen if you don’t follow the notice or warning?
  3. Tell about the notices and warning you can see inside a shopping mall. Explain what each notice/warning mean.
  4. Have you tried not following a notice or warning? What happened to you?
  5. Are the notices and warning in your country the same with those of other countries?