Vocabolario essenziale per sopravvivere in aeroporto

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Pronto per le vacanze estive? Oggi imparerai alcune frasi, espressioni e parole molto comuni e usatissime in aeroporto. Gli aeroporti sono luoghi molto stressanti… rendi il tuo volo/viaggio più semplice e leggero, praticando i seguenti vocaboli!

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Vocabolario essenziale per sopravvivere in aeroporto

  • Takeoff (verbo) – When the plane leaves the ground
  • Land (verbo) – Return to the ground after being in air.

Our flight takes off from Pisa at 6:30 and we land in Paris at 8:30.

  • Window seat (nome) – Seat next to the window
  • Aisle seat (nome) – Seat next to the aisle *pronounced I’ll*

 I like a window seat so I can look out at the sky.

I prefer an aisle seat because I don’t like to disturb other passengers when I need to use the toilet.

  • On time – When a flight leaves at it’s scheduled time
  • Delayed (aggettivo) – When a flight leaves later then its scheduled time.

I hope our flight is on time.

My flight was delayed so i have to stay at the airport for 2 more hours.

  • Arrivals – Area for people flying in
  • Departure gates – Location for outgoing passengers

I will meet you at the arrivals area when you land.

I always like to go shopping when I ‘m waiting at the departure gates.

To know: baggage/luggage/suitcase

 


Airport Conversation

Agent: Would you prefer a window or aisle seat?

Passenger: Window please.

Agent: How many pieces of baggage are you checking in?

Passenger: I have one suitcase to check-in

Passenger: Is the flight on time? I need to land in Miami before 11:00.

Agent: I’m sorry sir the flight is delayed and it won’t take off for another 3 hours.

Airport Steps

 

1.    Check-in at the check-in counter

2.    Go through security and passport control

3.    Wait for your plane at your departure gate

4.    Board your plane

Quiz time

Adesso tocca a te: metti in pratica ciò che hai appena imparato.

How many pieces of                  do you have?

  • bags
  • tickets
  • luggage

Sorry sir, we don’t have any             seats available.

  • open passage
  • all
  • aisle

 

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Lisa

Hi I'm Lisa! I'm from California but now I'm living the dolce vita in Florence. I love the beach, Mexican food, and going to concerts. My favourite part about teaching is encouraging my students to never give up. The best part about working at Myes is the fun relaxed atmosphere and all the amazing people I get to see everyday.

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