Our students are practicing their new English doing role-plays. In role-plays students can have fun using their imagination and also practice their English speaking and interactive skills. In these role-plays， the students were free to continue the lesson stories by acting as the story characters. In this photo， a flight attendant and a passenger are trying to solve a problem on an plane. A teacher silently watches the role-plays and, after they finished， gave them some advice and helped them correct a few mistakes that were made.
Below are some English words that are often used by flight attendants. Can you match the words with guess their meanings?
Example: 1) seatbelt ⇒ d) something on every seat for safety
2) overhead (luggage) compartment
3) boarding pass
a) a card passengers use to get on the plane
b) weather conditions causing a plane to move suddenly
c) a place above the seat to put small bags etc.
d) something on every seat for safety
Answers to last blog:
Linking device Example of use
Eg. Additionally， To give specific information to support an idea
On the other hand， To give the next action in order of time
After that， To give more information about the same idea
For example， To give an opposite idea