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Учебное пособие Тюмень Тюмгнгу 2013 И(Англ) ббк 81. 2Англ-9 в 55 р ецензенты




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Study the signs you may meet at the airport.




ARRIVALS

ПРИБЫТИЕ

DEPARTURES

ОТПРАВЛЕНИЕ

BAGGAGE CHECK IN

РЕГИСТРАЦИЯ БАГАЖА

BAGGAGE CLAIM

ПОЛУЧЕНИЕ БАГАЖА

CART RENTAL END (LUGGAGE CART AREA)

ПРОКАТ БАГАЖНЫХ ТЕЛЕЖЕК

CHECK IN

РЕГИСТРАЦИЯ

FIRST CLASS ONLY

ТОЛЬКО ДЛЯ ПАССАЖИРОВ ПЕРВОГО КЛАССА

ENTRANCE

ВХОД

EXIT

ВЫХОД

INFORMATION SERVICE

СПРАВОЧНОЕ БЮРО

PASSPORT CONTROL

ПАСПОРТНЫЙ КОНТРОЛЬ

CUSTOMS

ТАМОЖНЯ

CURRENCE EXCHANGE

РБМЕН ВАЛЮТЫ


Match the following words and pictures.


phones

baggage reclaim

taxis

toilets

departures

car park

bar

arrivals

trolleys



  1. Complete the words or phrases using the following words.


Board, number, crew, card, control, luggage, reclaim, free, baggage, building, desk, locker


  1. departures _____

7) flight _____

  1. excess _____

8) overhead _____

  1. check-in _____

  1. boarding _____

  1. hand _____

  1. cabin _____

  1. terminal _____

  1. baggage _____

  1. duty _____

  1. passport _____




  1. Answer the questions.




  1. What’s the place where airline staff check your ticket?

  1. passengers

  1. Who are the people that travel on a plane?

  1. boarding card

  1. What do airline staff weigh at the check-in desk?

  1. check your luggage

  1. What do we call the place you’re travelling to?

  1. the check-in desk

  1. What do airport staff do at passport control?

  1. runway

  1. What do we call the place where you get on the plane?

  1. luggage suitcases

  1. What do you call the bags that you can take on the plane with you?

  1. gate

  1. What’s the part of the airport where the plane takes off and lands?

  1. hand luggage

  1. What’s the piece of paper they give you at the check-in desk?

  1. destination


  1. Using the flowchart, practise checking-in at an airport. Work in pairs.




Excuse me, where can I check-in? (Where’s the check-in desk, please?)

(Is this the right check-in for Tokyo?)






You can check-in here / over there.

Can I see your ticket, please?

Would you like an aisle seat or a window seat?






_________________________

_________________________






How many pieces of luggage do you have?

Is that your luggage?

Did you pack your bags / case yourself?





_________________________

_________________________

_________________________





I’m flying to [Sapporo]. Do I need to clear customs in [Tokyo]?




Yes, you do. (No, you can clear customs in Sapporo.) (Have a good flight.)




Is that K3?

I think you’re on my seat.






I’m not sure. I don’t know.

(Yes, it is – I’m sorry.)



  1. Write a conversation between two passengers on a plane, using the phrases in the two boxes. Then play out the dialogue in pairs.




Passenger A




Passenger B

Are you going to Oslo on business?




And do you know when we are due in?

Have you been before?




Do you know when they serve lunch?

How do you like it?




Good. I’m very hungry.

I think that’s my seat belt.




I’m sorry. This one must be mine.

I think we’re due in at 7.30, in five hours.




Very much. What about you?

Quite soon, I think.




Yes, I am. I’m going to a conference.

So am I.




Yes, many times.

Yes, I love Norway.










  1. Practise saying what is allowed and what is not allowed on board the plane.




Passengers can

have mineral water

on board the plane.

have a snack

be offered newspapers

be given information about the speed, altitude and the distance covered

see video films during the flight

ask a stewardess for a medicine

Passengers are not allowed to

make a noise

have heavy luggage

unfasten belts when the plane is taking off or landing

speak with the pilot

have a weapon

take strong drinks

enter the cockpit




  1. Read the dialogue between a passenger and a flight attendant, then answer the questions.




  • Excuse me, what time do we arrive in London?

  • We’re due in at 10.15, but unfortunately we’re going to be half an hour late. Would you like a drink from the bar?

  • Yes, please. Can I have a mineral water? Thank you. How much is that?

  • Nothing, sir. The drinks are complimentary.

  • Thank you. Could you tell me if there’s a bus from the airport to the city centre?

  • There is. The stop is just outside the main terminal building. There’s also a train.

  • Thanks. Do you know how much the fare is?

  • No, I’m sorry I don’t know. It isn’t expensive.



Questions

  1. When are they due in to London?

  2. How late are they?

  3. How much is a mineral water?

  4. Where does the bus to the city centre stop?

  5. What is the fare?




  1. Using the flowchart, practise having conversation with a flight attendant. Work in pairs.




Excuse me. Can I have [a whiskey] please?




Certainly, sir / madam.

How much is it?




It’s __________. (There’s no charge.)

Yes, here it is.




Can I see your ticket / passport, please?

(And) have you got today’s papers?

(have you got an English paper?)






Yes, we have. (I’ll try to find one for you.)

(I’m sorry we haven’t.)



(And) when do you serve [lunch]?




In [fifteen minutes].

(In a quarter of an hour.)



(And) what time do we get to [Hong Kong]?

(Are we on time?)






We’re due in at [5].

(We expect to land at _____.)



Thank you.




You’re welcome.




  1. Answer the questions.




  1. Do you think that travelling by air is more convenient than by train? Why?

  2. Have you ever traveled by air? When was it?

  3. Why must the passenger be at the airport more than an hour in advance?

  4. Are passengers allowed to have some luggage with them on board the plane?

  5. What is the best and the worst part of the flight?

  6. When do you often have delays, and why?

  7. What do you usually do on the aircraft during the flight?

  8. What’s the first thing you do on arrival?




  1. Translate the sentences into English.




  1. Я бы хотел забронировать билет на утренний рейс до Лондона.

  2. Имеются ли в наличии билеты эконом-класса?

  3. Когда Вы хотите лететь?

  4. Вы летите рейсом 235А.

  5. Во сколько самолет прибывает в Париж?

  6. Где можно зарегистрировать багаж?

  7. Можно Ваш билет и паспорт, пожалуйста?

  8. Вот Ваш посадочный талон.

  9. Можно мне место у окна?

  10. Вам придется заплатить за перевес багажа.

  11. Пристегните ремни, пожалуйста.

  12. Сколько у Вас сумок? – Всего три.

  13. Это Ваша ручная кладь?

  14. У вас есть последние журналы?

  15. Можно мне минеральной воды, пожалуйста?

  16. Это прямой рейс, или мы делаем остановки? – Это прямой рейс.

  17. Спиртные напитки подают в бизнес-классе.

  18. Где находится пункт выдачи багажа?

  19. Бортпроводник всегда объявляет о посадке самолета.

  20. Я плохо чувствовал себя в самолете.


UNIT X
GOING THROUGH THE CUSTOMS


  1. Useful phrases.

    Do I need to clear customs in Dallas?

    No, you can clear customs in Los Angeles.

    How many pieces of luggage do you have?

    Do you have anything to declare?


    These are my things.

    Do I have to declare this?



    Мне нужно проходить таможенный досмотр в Далласе?

    Нет, Вы можете пройти таможенный досмотр в Лос Анжелесе.

    Сколько у Вас багажа?
    У Вас есть вещи, подлежащие декларированию?

    Это все мои вещи.

    Мне нужно это декларировать?


    customs / customs house

    to go through customs

    customs fee

    to prolong / prolongation

    entrance (entry) visa / exit visa / single visa / multiple visa / transit visa

    to apply for a visa / to grant a visa / to put a visa on a passport / to issue a visa

    to be valid for / to expire
    Embassy / Consulate

    to declare / to conceal / to detain / to collect

    gift / present

    to be liable to duty / to be duty free


    counter

    overweight

    receiving party
    entry declaration / exit declaration


    таможня

    пройти таможенный досмотр

    таможенные сборы

    продлить / продление

    въездная виза / выездная виза / однократная виза / многократная виза / транзитная виза

    запросить визу / предоставить визу / поставить визу в паспорте / выдавать визу

    быть действительным, иметь силу / истекать

    посольство / консульство

    декларировать / скрывать / задерживать / забирать

    подарок


    подлежать / не подлежать обложению пошлиной

    стойка, окно регистрации

    перевес

    принимающая (пригласившая) сторона (фирма)



    декларация при въезде / выезде

    I have nothing to declare.

    This is a present.

    All these things are for my own use / for my personal use.

    I didn’t know that the import / export of these things is forbidden.

    I didn’t know that these things are subject to duty.

    I want to have an interpreter.

    How much alcohol can I import duty-free?


    Мне нечего декларировать.

    Это подарок.

    Это вещи для личного пользования.
    Я не знал, что ввоз / вывоз этих вещей запрещен.

    Я не знал, что за эти вещи нужно платить пошлину.

    Мне нужен переводчик.

    Сколько алкоголя можно ввезти беспошлинно?



    My luggage is missing.

    У меня пропал багаж.

    Here is my passport.

    When shall I have my passport back?



    Вот мой паспорт.

    Когда мне вернут мой паспорт?



    civil passport / business passport / overseas passport

    to invite / invitation

    I am here on business. / I’m here to work / on personal visit.

    I’m alone.



    гражданский / бизнес паспорт / заграничный паспорт

    приглашать / приглашение

    Я здесь по делу. / Я здесь, чтобы работать / с личным визитом.

    Я один.


    frontier

    goods / commodity / currency /

    to pay customs

    legislation

    to prohibit / strict prohibition

    article / print / manuscript

    antique / original painting / drawing
    stamp / value

    cancelled securities / numismatics /


    arms (weapons) / military equipment / explosive / drug

    personal belongings

    valuable / artistic

    restricted articles / allowance



    граница

    товары / товар / валюта

    платить таможенную пошлину

    законодательство

    запрещать / строгий запрет

    предмет / гравюра / рукопись

    антиквариат / подлинник живописного полотна / рисунок

    марка / ценность

    аннулированные ценные бумаги / нумизматика

    оружие / военное оборудование / взрывчатое вещество / наркотик

    личные вещи

    ценный / художественный

    предметы, вывоз которых разрешен в ограниченных количествах / то, что разрешено к вывозу


    to prevent smuggling

    to scan the enclosure

    concealment

    illegally / law



    предотвращать контрабанду

    просматривать вложение

    сокрытие

    незаконно / правило, закон



  2. Read and translate the dialogues. Play out one dialogue in pairs.


Dialogue 1


  • Your passport, please. How long are you planning to stay in the country?

  • Three weeks. Could I prolong my entrance visa in case of necessity?

  • Sure. The receiving party shall take care of it.

  • Can you put your bags on the table? And your customs form, please?

  • How much do they weight?

  • 23 kilos. I’m sorry, but you’ll have to pay excess luggage charge.

  • Oh, it’s only three kilos overweight.

  • Yes, sir. It’s £6. Thank you. Have you go anything to declare?

  • Pardon?

  • Alcohol, cigarettes, fresh fruit, plants…?

  • Uh, no.

  • Open your suitcase, please. Any gifts?

  • Only one bottle of vodka.

  • All right. It’s duty free. As you probably know, it’s forbidden to bring in more than two bottles of alcohol and two blocks of cigarettes to England. And no limitations as to currency. Here’s your form.

  • Thank you.

  • Not at all. Next, please.


Dialogue 2


  • Are you from France?

  • No. I am from Russia.

  • Have you got a civil passport?

  • No. I’ve got the business one.

  • Can you show it to me?

  • Yes, of course. Here it is.

  • Oh, yes, I see. Open your bag, please.

  • Here you are.

  • Do you come to work?

  • Yes, I’ve got an invitation from an engineering company here in Toronto.

  • Are you alone here?

  • No, I’m with my wife. She comes on a personal visit.

  • OK. You may go.

  • Thank you.



Dialogue 3


  • Excuse me! Where can I get a declaration form?

  • You can get it at the information desk.

  • I see. What do I write there?

  • Have you got anything to declare?

  • Oh, I’m afraid, I’ve got something. I’ve got a lot of cigarettes and five bottles of spirits.

  • I think you must pay duty on everything.

  • I don’t have American cash. Where can I change money?

  • There’s an exchange office near the information desk. Anybody can change cash there.

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  • Match the following words and pictures.
  • Complete the words or phrases using the following words.
  • Using the flowchart, practise checking-in at an airport. Work in pairs.
  • Write a conversation between two passengers on a plane, using the phrases in the two boxes. Then play out the dialogue in pairs.
  • Passenger A Passenger B
  • Practise saying what is allowed and what is not allowed on board the plane.
  • Read the dialogue between a passenger and a flight attendant, then answer the questions.
  • Using the flowchart, practise having conversation with a flight attendant. Work in pairs.
  • Translate the sentences into English.
  • UNIT X GOING THROUGH THE CUSTOMS Useful phrases.
  • Read and translate the dialogues. Play out one dialogue in pairs. Dialogue 1