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| "out like a light" = fall asleep quickly, often because you are tired
"As soon as the plane took off, he was out like a light and didn't wake up until the plane landed."
"You'd better hotfoot it to the gate, or you'll miss your flight."
What types of information would you expect to hear from the pilot or flight attendant on an airplane?
Listen to the announcement by pressing the "Play" button of the audio type you want to hear, and answer the questions. Press the "Final Score" button to check your quiz.
Listen to the conversation again as you read the Quiz Script .
For homework, write your own in-flight announcement and prepare four multiple choice or true-false questions about it. Then in class, read the announcement in a small group and have other students answer the questions. Consider including information about the flight time, weather conditions, flying altitude, the names of the pilots, and any of special instructions.
What are the most important points you look for when choosing an airline for your next flight? Rank the following points from the most to least important: price, destination, length of flight, on-time record, meals, comfort and seating, and customer service. Then, choose a destination and compare two different airlines and see which company suits your needs for your next flight.
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