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TRAVELLING BY PLANE - TESTING YOUR MEMORY

The first place you go to when you arrive at the .. is the


terminal building, which is the largest building at an airport. All
passengers must pass through a terminal when boarding or leaving an
aeroplane.
When you arrive at the .., you must check-in at the airline
...
There, a ticket agent asks if you want an .. or window seat
and asks if you want to sit in the smoking or non-smoking
...
She or he then gives you your .., which tells you the
location of the seat on the aeroplane.
The agent then attaches an identification .. to your
baggage.
This tag matches some of the information on your boarding pass.
Employees of the airline then store your .. in a special
compartment on the aeroplane.
While you are waiting to board your flight, you can sit in the passengers
.. and watch aeroplanes take-off and ...
You need to .. the departure board to see what
.. you have to go to.
After you board the aeroplane, a .. checks your boarding
pass to make sure you are sitting in your assigned seat. Don't forget to
fasten your ...
Now you are ready. Enjoy your ..!

Vocabulary exercise
1. COMPLETE THE TEXT
with
the missing words:
1. boarding pass
2. gate
3. seatbelt
4. terminal
5. baggage
6. check
7. trip
8. Airport
9. land
10. aisle
11. tag
12. check-in counter
13. flight attendant
14. section
15. lounge

Vocabulary exercise 2
Complete the
definitions by
using the
following words:
international check-in domestic - ticket
- passport baggage claim flight - baggage
- reservation gate - flight
number boarding pass aisle seat window seat carry-on

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A trip on an airplane is called a ___.


A flight within one country is called a ___ flight.
A flight between different countries is called an ___ flight.
The letters and numbers which identify an airplane making a specific flight are called
a ___ ___.
Ordering a seat to be held for you on the day you want to travel is called making a
___.
A printed piece of paper which allows you to travel on an airplane is a ___.
The first thing to do at the airport is ___ ___, which means to register as a passenger
for a flight.
A document which identifies you as a citizen of a certain country and which allows
you to travel to other countries is called a ___.
A seat next to the window in an airplane is called a ___ ___.
A seat next to the passage between the rows of seats in an airplane is called an ___
___.
The suitcases and bags which contain your belongings are called ___.
A bag which you carry with you on the airplane is called a ___ bag.
A printed card which allows you to get on an airplane is called a___ ___.
A door which leads from the airport building into an airplane is called a ___.

15. The area where you pick up your baggage after a flight is called ___ ___.

TRAVELLING BY PLANE - TESTING YOUR MEMORY


Exercise 3
Have a look at the picture:
invent a dialogue between two of
the people you see there.

--------------------------------------------Exercise 4
Using your own words summarise the
main things a passenger must do from
his arrival at the airport to the plane
take off.

CORREZIONE:
The first place you go to when you arrive at the airport is the terminal building, which is the
largest building at an airport. All passengers must pass through a terminal when boarding or
leaving an aeroplane.
When you arrive at the terminal, you must check-in at the airline check-in counter.
There, a ticket agent asks if you want an aisle or window seat and asks if you want to sit in the
smoking or non-smoking section.
She or he then gives you your boarding pass, which tells you the location of the seat on the
aeroplane.
The agent then attaches an identification tag to your baggage.
This tag matches some of the information on your boarding pass. Employees of the airline then
store your baggage in a special compartment on the aeroplane.
While you are waiting to board your flight, you can sit in the passengers lounge and watch
aeroplanes take-of and land.
You need to check the departure board to see what gate you have to go to.
After you board the aeroplane, a flight attendant checks your boarding pass to make sure
you are sitting in your assigned seat. Don't forget to fasten your seatbelt.
Now you are ready. Enjoy your trip!

1. A trip on an airplane is called a ___.

6. A printed piece of paper which allows you


to travel on an airplane is a ___.

2. A flight within one country is called a ___


flight.

3. A flight between different countries is


called an ___ flight.

4. The letters and numbers which identify an


airplane making a specific flight are called
a ___ ___.

5. Ordering a seat to be held for you on the


day you want to travel is called making a
___.

7. The first thing to do at the airport is ___


___, which means to register as a
passenger for a flight.

8. A document which identifies you as a


citizen of a certain country and which
allows you to travel to other countries is
called a ___.

9. A stamp in your passport which allows


you to travel to another country is called a
___.

TRAVELLING BY PLANE - TESTING YOUR MEMORY

10. The selection of a specific seat for a trip


on an airplane is called ___ ___.

11. A seat next to the window in an airplane is


called a ___ ___.

15. A small ticket with printed numbers that


identify your baggage is called a baggage
___ ___.

16. A printed card which allows you to get on


an airplane is called a___ ___.

12. A seat next to the passage between the


rows of seats in an airplane is called an
___ ___.

13. The suitcases and bags which contain


your belongings are called ___.

14. A bag which you carry with you on the


airplane is called a ___ bag.

Taken from:

http://www.snopes.com/travel/airline/airport.asp

17. A door which leads from the airport


building into an airplane is called a ___.

18. The area where you pick up your baggage


after a flight is called ___ ___.