26th November 2023
This is an English language listening, speaking and vocabulary exercise introducing and exploring the language and vocabulary of flying and flight service.
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“Traveling by air problems” introduces and explores the language and vocabulary of travel problems and complaints. Students try to match the vocabulary with the appropriate pictures. This can be followed up by a peaking activity in which students have to explain what is happening in each of the pictures.
Sentence starter (or complete the sentence) exercises are a good way to introduce, practice and review the language of flight attendants.
Flight attendants have to to respond to many requests and complaints. This is a listening comprehension exercise focusing on passenger – flight attendant conversational exchanges.
This is an English language exercise introducing and exploring airport language and vocabulary. Students try to complete the dialogues with their own ideas.
This is an English language exercise introducing and exploring the language and vocabulary used in modern airports. The vocabulary includes:
checking flight information, heading to boarding gates, passport control, collecting luggage, carousel, self service, check in, hand luggage, scanning luggage, self service check in, boarding pass
Students try to match the vocabulary with the appropriate pictures.
This is a basic and elementary English language exercise introducing and exploring the language and vocabulary of airports. Students try to match the vocabulary with the appropriate pictures.
This is a fun way to introduce the language and vocabulary for talking about airport and travel to English language learners. Pictures help to stimulate students’ minds and engage their interest quickly. This English language exercise introduces essential airport vocabulary. The teacher can dictate the words from Page 2 of the PDF in random order or give the students Page 3 and tell them to try to match the vocabulary for the ingredients to the pictures.