Welcome aboard Flight 104 with EATP, we're happy to have you travelling on your English journey with us today and hope you enjoy the flight :)
English Across The Pond is a weekly language podcast brought to you by 2 teachers Jennifer (from the US) and Dan (from the UK). This week we're chatting about another Living in English topic and your goal is to familiarize yourself with the different stages of the air travel process and study key vocabulary related to the topic. This will increase your English skills and confidence when you are flying internationally. Bon voyage!
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1 “Listening For…” Exercise
This is an active listening exercise, one that you can accomplish when you listen to the conversation and understand the vocabulary we are asking you to listen for.
2 Gap-Fill Exercise
In this activity, you write in the missing words from a part of the transcript text as you listen.
3 Comprehension Questions
10 comprehension questions for you to answer based on our conversation.
All the language you need from this week’s episode to improve your vocabulary skills.
5 Language Focus:
Based on the language focus in the episode including extra practice.
6 Writing Prompt
Reply a question based on this week’s episode and we will correct it and give you advice.
7 Speaking Practice
You have the opportunity to improve your speaking by SPEAKING! Leave a spoken message related to the topic every week for us to give you feedback.
8 The Transcript
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9 Answer Key
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Have you ever travelled by plane? If not, do you think you would enjoy the experience? Why? Why not? If you have, where did you fly from and to? Did you enjoy it? Were you nervous at any point?
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