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Level 1 | Level 2 | Level 3

Level 1

Match the Synonym!

 1. Bill  A. Tell of danger.
 2. Disruptive  B. Not Allow
 3. Behaviour  C. Trouble
 4. Ban  D. Receipt
 5. Warning  E. Actions

Answers:

  1. Bill = D. Receipt
  2. Disruptive = C. Trouble
  3. Behaviour = E. Actions
  4. Ban = B. Not Allow
  5. Warning = A. Tell of danger.

True or False?

1. A British airline gave a passenger £84,000. False

2. The flight was from London to Turkey. True

3. The plane landed in Turkey. False

4. The passenger was disruptive. True

5. The passenger can go on more Jet2 flights in the future. False

Unscramble the sentence!

1. A British airline has sent a big bill.

2. Jet2 sent a bill for £85,000.

3. The bill is for the cost of going back to London.

4. She put the plane in danger.

5. Causing trouble on their planes will not be allowed.

Listening and Vocabulary

Airline Flight Worst
Passenger Cost Trouble
  1. Airline
  2. Flight
  3. Worst
  4. Cost
  5. Passenger
  6. Trouble

 

Level 2

Match the Synonym!

 1. Disruptive A. Violent
 2. Aggressive B. Actions
 3. Abusive C. Troublemaking
 4. Behaviour D. Results
 5. Consequence E. Rude

Answers:

  1. Disruptive  = C. Troublemaking
  2. Aggressive  = A. Violent
  3. Abusive = E. Rude
  4. Behaviour  = B. Actions
  5. Consequence = D. Results

True or False?

1. A British airline gave a passenger £84,000. False

2. The plane landed safely in Turkey. False

3. The passenger was disruptive and put the plane in danger. True

4. The passenger can go on this airline in the future. False

5. The passenger was arrested. True

Unscramble the sentence!

1. A British budget airline has sent a huge bill.

2. The passenger was 25-year-old Chloe Haines.

3. Jet2 said that Haines was “aggressive” and “abusive”

4. They also said her behaviour was dangerous

5. When the plane landed in London, she was arrested.

Listening and Vocabulary

Trouble Costs Huge
Behaviour Arrested Warning
  1. Huge
  2. Trouble
  3. Behaviour
  4. Costs
  5. Arrested
  6. Warning

 

Level 3

Match the Synonym!

1. Elect A. Take over.
2. Cockpit B. Restrain
3. Hijack C. Strongly
4. Scramble D. Suffer
5. Intercept E. Pilot’s area.
6. Vigorously F. Bar
7. Incur G. Stop
8. Pub H. Decide
9. Curb I. Order an aircraft.

Answers:

  1. Elect = H. Decide
  2. Cockpit = E. Pilot’s area.
  3. Hijack = A. Take over.
  4. Scramble = I. Order an aircraft
  5. Intercept = F.  Stop
  6. Vigorously = C. Strongly
  7. Incur = D. Suffer
  8. Pub = F. Bar
  9. Curb = B. Restrain

True or False?

1. The British airline Jet2 has given £85,000 to a passenger. False

2. The plane made it safely to Turkey. False

3. The disruptive passenger was a male. False

4. The passenger tried to infiltrate the cockpit.  True

5. The British Airforce had to get involved in the incident. True

6. The passenger tried to open the emergency plane door after it had landed. False

7. The CEO of Jet2 said that the airline would try to recover the costs of the incident. True

8. The number of disruptive passenger incidents has risen since 2012. True

9. No one has suggested that alcohol could be the cause of disruptive passengers. False

10. Some airports have begun restricting alcohol. True

Unscramble the sentence!

1. It’s reported that she tried to storm the cockpit.

2. The passenger also attempted to open the emergency door.

3. She must now face up to the consequence.

4. Haines was arrested upon arrival back in London.

5. Currently, airports are exempt from restrictions.

Listening and Vocabulary

 

Encourage Attempted Pursue
Disruptive Fighter Statement
Alcohol Incident Restrictions
  1. Disruptive
  2. Fighter
  3. Attempted
  4. Statement
  5. Pursue
  6. Incident
  7. Encourage
  8. Restrictions
  9. Alcohol