Va acercándose Junio y con él, el verano, las vacaciones y la suerte de viajar para los que la tengan.
Para celebrarlo, os traemos el post de vocabulario de nivel C1, en el que veréis el tema ‘At the airport‘, con términos relacionados con el aeropuerto y además os traemos 2 ejercicios para completar.
Esperamos os sea útil si vais a viajar, y si no, no os preocupéis que nosotras estaremos a vuestra disposición.
(un) registered:checked luggage
a check-in counter
air hostess; flight attendant
an airport terminal
an emergency landing
baggage delivery hall
baggage in transit
boarding pass – card
corridor – aisle
customs – customs officer
customs checking area
eta : estimated time of arrival
first aid kit
gmt (greenwich mean time)
information desk; information
label / tag
landing strip (area)
latest check-in time (lct) – latest boarding time
long distance flight – long haul
luggage – hand luggage – hold luggage
medium-distance flight – medium haul
reservation / booking
schedule – timetable
steward; flight attendant
to check in
to fly over
to label (labelled)
to land – landing
to stop over at
to take off
to tighten up security
wide body aircraft
EXERCISES C1 VOCABULARY
1. Use a word or words below to complete each sentence. The word may be in a different form.
buffet cancelled station seat belt departure lounge
delayed harbour quay cabin check up took up surrendered
deck destination passengers platform runway deviated
crew grounded landed flight flying diverted luggage
check in declared took off single suitcase life belt flight attendant
a) I had to __________ my tickets, because I was ill and couldn’t travel.
b) The train for London is now arriving at __________ three.
c) The plane ____________ on time but arrived half an hour late.
d) We finally reached our _______________ after travelling all day.
e) It was hard to find a seat on the train as there were so many ____________.
f) While we were waiting at the station we had a bite to eat in the __________.
g) I felt seasick so I went to my _________ and tried to sleep.
h) Do you want a return ticket, or a ___________?
i) The customs officer asked Bill if he had anything to _____________.
j) There is a small _______________ here for fishing boats and yachts.
k) How much ______________ can I take with me on the plane?
l) The 8.55 ___________ from Hull will be 30 minutes late. We apologise for the .
2. Match the definition with the correct word.
expedition flight tour voyage itinerary
package tour trip travel cruise crossing
a) A journey by ship for pleasure is a ____________
b) A journey by plane is a ______________
c) The plan of a journey is an _____________
d) An informal word for journey. Sometimes meaning a short journey is a _______________
e) A journey for a scientific or special purpose is an ______________
f) A holiday which includes organised travel and accommodation is a ______________
g) Taking journeys, as a general idea is to _____________
h) A journey by sea is a ______________
i) An organised journey to see the sights of a place is a _________________
j) A journey from one side of the sea to the other is a _______________