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Reservations (airline)

Do you have any flights to Sydney next Tuesday afternoon?

Reservations clerk: — Northwind Airways, good morning. May I help you?

Mary Jones: __________________________________________________

Reservations clerk: — One moment, please... Yes. There´s a flight at 16:45 and one at 18:00.

Mary Jones: __________________________________________________

Reservations clerk: — Economy, business class or first class ticket?

Mary Jones:_________________________________________________

Reservations clerk: — That would be ˆ346.

Mary Jones:________________________________________________

Reservations clerk: — Certainly. Which flight would you like?

Mary Jones: ________________________________________________

Reservations clerk: — Could I have your name, please?

Mary Jones: _______________________________________________

Reservations clerk: — How would you like to pay, Ms. Jones?

Mary Jones: ________________________________________________

Reservations clerk: — Yes, but you will have to confirm this reservation at least two hours before departure time.

Mary Jones: _________________________________________________

Reservations clerk: — Now you have been booked, Ms. Jones. The flight leaves at 16:45, and your arrival in Sydney will be at 9:25 a.m., local time. The flight number is NWA 476.

Mary Jones: ________________________________________________


Writing: Describe a holiday you have had, a holiday you are planning or the type of holiday you would like to go on. You should include such information as the country, travelling plan how to get to it, accommodation, and the things you did/would do. You may use the expression above.

Speaking: Make a report on airports and airlines. Try to find out which ones are mostly frequently visited and which are the oldest and what difficulties airlines face. Watch video about Singapore Airlines.


Travelling by train

Phrasal verbs with GO

Go ahead – 1) to proceed, 2) to be in front, 3) to continue;

Go along – 1) to proceed, 2) to advance, 3) make progress;

Go at – to attack;

Go away – 1) to leave, 2) to stop;

Go by – 1) (of time) to pass, 2) (of the chance) to let it pass without taking it;

Go down with – to become ill;

Go off – 1) to explode, 2) ring (alarm), 3) to be switched off, 4) (of food) to go bad, 5) to stop, 6) to succeed;

Go on – 1) to continue, 2) to happen; 3) to make progress; 4) to go ahead, 5) to be turned on;

Go over – 1) to examine details, 2) to repeat, 3)to approach (smb to speak to);

Go round – 1) to be enough for everyone to have a share, 2) to visit, 3) to spread (news, disease);

Go through – 1) to examine carefully; 2) to discuss in details; 3) to use up, spend (money, food); 4) to experience, to endure;

Go with – 1) to match, 2) to be part of.

Go without – 1) to endure the lack of smth.


Exercise 1. A phrasal verb is wrong in each of the following sentences. Write the correct words.

Away, off (2), on, out, over, round, through, with, without


1. One by one, the street lights went on, leaving us in total darkness. 2. The letter was returned to the sender with the words “Gone over, no longer at this address” written on it. 3. “I thought you liked country and Western music.” “Well, I used to, but I’ve really gone for it lately.” 4. There is a n awful flu virus going up. I hope you don’t catch it. 5. What a fascinating story! Do go away! 6. Mark was sure he picked up his key, but when he went outside his pockets, he couldn’t find it anywhere. 7. I don’t think that red blouse really goes for your orange miniskirt, Mary. 8. “Did you know that camels can go under water for thirty days?” “They must get very thirsty!” 9. What a lot of people! Do you think there will be enough food to go without? 10. This is very complex computer program. You might need to go by the instructions again before you get the hang of it.


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