Photo by Suhyeon Choi on Unsplash

Photo by Suhyeon Choi on Unsplash

Flying with Qantas

 

STEP 1 : STUDY THESE WORDS

  • Strap (n): a narrow piece of leather or other strong material used for fastening something or giving support
  • Buckle (n): a piece of metal at one end of a belt or strap, used to attach the two ends together
  • Infant (n): a young child
  • Inflate (v): to fill with air
  • Leg rest (n): a support for a seated person's leg
  • Pouch (n): a small bag
  • Aircraft (n): any vehicle, with or without an engine, that can fly, such as plane or helicopter
  • Detector (n): a device used to find a particular substance or thing
  • E-cigarette (n): an electronic device that looks like a cigarette and allows someone to breathe in nicotine using vapour rather than smoke

STEP 2 : LISTENING AND COMPREHENSION

  1. What type of plane did the guy in the hot air balloon mention? 
  2. When do you fasten your seat belt?
  3. Where are the life jackets? 
  4. When can you smoke? 

STEP 3 : DISCUSS THESE QUESTIONS WITH A LANGUAGE PARTNER AND OR LEAVE A COMMENT

  1. Did you notice the way they pronounce Qantas?
  2. Do you know what Q-A-N-T-A-S stands for?
  3. Do you think that planes are safe?
  4. What do you think about the safety video?
  5. Is there anything you would like to change or add to the video? 

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