Unit 6

Part 4: Autonomous activities

Home » Unit 6 Part 4: Autonomous activities Things to think about, research and discuss: Have you ever had to abort a take-off as a pilot? If so, why? Have you ever experienced an aborted take-off as a passenger? In what circumstances? Imagine you are speaking to someone who isn’t a pilot. Explain to them [...]
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Part 3: Listening comprehension

Home » Unit 6 Part 3: Listening comprehension What follows is an account of a take-off incident involving a Staffair flight from Auckland to Christchurch, New Zealand. Before listening The following verbs are all in this report. Make sure you know what they mean: Perform Accelerate Reject Issue Put out Audio file http://www.touch-english-and-go.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/dw_unit_6_staffair.mp3 Now listen [...]
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Part 2: Reading comprehension

Home » Unit 6 Part 2: Reading comprehension Read this press report of a take-off incident at Nice airport Wrong runway Taking off from – or landing on – the wrong runway is something which happens more often than one might expect and can have serious consequences. One such incident happened recently at Nice Airport [...]
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Part 1: Picture description

Home » Unit 6 Part 1: Picture description Describe these pictures in as much detail as you can Words which may help you: Turboprop – propeller – twin-engined - high tail – logo – insignia Questions to think about: What is happening in this picture? What sort of aircraft is this? Describe it Describe the [...]
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