MODULE
Lesson 19 Airport
1. Define, please, the following phrasal verbs and provide your example:
1. Define, please, the following phrasal verbs and provide your example:

v  To set off 

v  To take off

v  To drop off

v  To see off

v  To pick up

v  To speed up

v  To hurry up

v  To look forward

v  To check in

v  To check out

 

v  To set off  v  To take off v  To...
2. Discuss the following questions with your teacher:
2. Discuss the following questions with your teacher:

v  How old were you when you went on your first flight? Where did you go?

v  Do you like travelling by airplane?

v  What was the longest flight you have ever taken?

v  What seat do you prefer: window, center or aisle?

v  What are three things you're supposed to do before the flight takes off?

v  What do you like to do during the flight?

o   Why do you think that most pilots are men?

v  Are planes really safer than cars?

v  What are the advantages of traveling by airplane?

o   What are the disadvantages?

v  Do you know someone who is afraid of flying on an airplane?

v  How much baggage do you take with you?

v  What documents do you need for international travel?

v  How old were you when you went on your...
3. Look through the presentation and match the words below with the pictures
3. Look through the presentation and match the words below with the pictures
Airport from SkyEdge

Ø  check in desk

Ø  window/aisle seat

Ø  an aisle

Ø  to weigh baggage

Ø  excess baggage

Ø  boarding pass/card

Ø  economy

Ø  business class

Ø  passport control

Ø  departure lounge

Ø  duty free

Ø  gate

Ø  security check

Ø  baggage

Ø  overhead locker

Ø  fasten a seat belt

Ø  a flight attendant

Ø  cabin crew

Ø  take off/land

Ø  baggage reclaim

Ø  terminal

Ø  trolley

Ø  customs

Ø  jet lag

 

Ø  check in desk Ø  window/aisle seat Ø  an aisle...
4. Now we are going through the airport procedure that starts with check in. Listen to the dialogue and complete the gaps:
4. Now we are going through the airport procedure that starts with check in. Listen to the dialogue and complete the gaps:
 

Agent: Good afternoon! Where are you _____ to today?

Dan: Los Angeles.

Agent: May I have your _____, please?

Dan: Here you go.

Agent: Are you ____ any bags?

Dan: Just this one.

Agent: OK, please place your bag on the _____.

Dan: I have a ____ in Chicago – do I need to pick up my luggage there?

Agent: No, it’ll go straight through to Los Angeles. Here are your boarding ____ – your flight leaves from ___ 15A and it’ll begin boarding at 3:20. Your ___ number is 26E.

Dan: Thanks.

  Agent: Good afternoon! Where are you _____ to today? Dan: Los...
5. Let’s role – play the Check-in dialogue. Your travelling information:
5. Let’s role – play the Check-in dialogue. Your travelling information:

Flight destination: Paris

Bags: 1

Stoppover:  Riga

Flight destination: Paris Bags: 1 Stoppover:  Riga
6. Second stage is security check. Listen to the dialogue and complete the gaps:
6. Second stage is security check. Listen to the dialogue and complete the gaps:

Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.

 

Agent: Please lay your bags flat on the conveyor _____, and use the bins for small objects.

Dan: Do I need to take my laptop out of the bag?

Agent: Yes, you do. ____ your hat and your shoes, too.

Agent: Please step back. Do you have anything in your pockets – keys, cell phone, ____ change?

Dan: I don’t think so. Let me ___ taking off my belt.

Agent: Okay, come on through.

Agent: You’re all set! Have a nice flight.

 

The phrase “you’re all set” is a common expression that means “you’re finished and everything is OK.”

Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.  ...
7. Let’s watch the video where Monica and Chandler from “Friends” go through the security check. Answer the questions below
7. Let’s watch the video where Monica and Chandler from “Friends” go through the security check. Answer the questions below
Friends Airport Security (deleted scene)
Friends Airport Security (deleted scene)
Duration (m)
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a)      What kind of vacation do they have?

b)      What class do the fly in?

c)      What is Monica doing before the metal detector? Why?

d)      Why were they detained?

e)      What did Monica have in her bag?

f)       What kind of questions did the police officer ask?

g)      Why were they detained for the second time?

a)      What kind of vacation do they have? b)      What...
8. Announcements At The Gate Airports are divided into terminals (the major sections of the airport) and each terminal has many gates. The gate is the door you go through to enter the airplane. Here are a few announcements you might hear while you are at
8. Announcements At The Gate Airports are divided into terminals (the major sections of the airport) and each terminal has many gates. The gate is the door you go through to enter the airplane. Here are a few announcements you might hear while you are at
  • “There has been a gate change.”
  • “United Airlines flight 880 to Miami is now boarding.”
  • “Please have your boarding pass and identification ready for boarding.”
  • “We would like to invite our first- and business-class passengers to board.”
  • “We are now inviting passengers with small children and any passengers requiring special assistance to begin boarding.”
  • “We would now like to invite all passengers to board.”
  • “This is the final boarding call for United Airlines flight 880 to Miami.”
  • “Passenger John Smith, please proceed to the United Airlines desk at gate 12.”
“There has been a gate change.” “United Airlines flight 880...
9. Watch the video and tell what kind of safety instructions should every passenger know:
9. Watch the video and tell what kind of safety instructions should every passenger know:
OFFICIAL Emirates Airbus A380-800 - Safety Video (HD) ENGLISH
OFFICIAL Emirates Airbus A380-800 - Safety Video (HD) ENGLISH
Duration (m)
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Thank you for the lesson!

Thank you for the lesson!
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