FREE Aviation English Lesson part 1

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This is part1 of an Aviation English lesson on the topic of Security. The language studied in this lesson will be helpful to you if you are preparing for your ICAO English proficiency test. Part 2 of this lesson will be pronunciation on the topic of security

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Get your FREE Aviation English Lesson here . Lesson 1 Aviation Security All the language skills you need to communicate effectively .

PART 1 – Phrasal Verbs:

PART 1 – Phrasal Verbs Answer: Phrasal verbs are usually two-word phrases consisting of verb + adverb or verb + preposition . The picture examples will help you understand the meanings. Question: What are Phrasal Verbs?

PART 1 – Phrasal Verbs:

PART 1 – Phrasal Verbs Question: Why do we need to learn them? Answer: Phrasal verbs are used frequently by native English speakers and if you wish to understand them, it’s advisable to at least learn the ones that you are likely to encounter in an aviation environment.

PART 1 – Phrasal Verbs:

PART 1 – Phrasal Verbs take out remove sniff for a dog uses his sense of smell to find something search for to try hard to locate something go through walk from one place to another look for the action you do when you want to find something Phrasal Verb Meaning

PART 1 – Phrasal Verbs:

PART 1 – Phrasal Verbs carry out do a responsibility hands up to put your hands above your head Phrasal Verb Meaning stop at to stop moving and wait pass through to complete a process line up to stand one behind the other

PART 1 – Phrasal Verbs:

PART 1 – Phrasal Verbs wait for to wait until it is your turn look through to examine inside something responsible for to have the responsibility to do something sniff out to find something using the sense of smell Phrasal Verb Meaning

NOTE:

NOTE Some phrasal verbs require a direct object ( someone/ something), while others do not. Some phrasal verbs can be separated by the object, while others cannot. See the aviation security photo examples that follow.......

Pictures of phrasal verbs:

Pictures of phrasal verbs The dog is sniffing for explosives. The passengers are passing their belongings through the x-ray machine. The dog is sniffing the case for explosives.

Pictures of phrasal verbs:

Pictures of phrasal verbs The customs officer is looking for prohibited items in the cargo handling area. The guard is carrying out a security check of the cabin. The guard is searching for anything that may be a safety hazard. The customs officer is looking in the box for prohibited items. The guard is searching the overhead bins for anything suspicious.

Pictures of phrasal verbs:

Pictures of phrasal verbs The passengers are passing through the security check point. The passenger has his hands up to be frisked. The passengers are going through the security check point. The man had to stop at the security check point.

Pictures of phrasal verbs:

Pictures of phrasal verbs The customs officer is responsible for finding items that are prohibited from being exported overseas. The dog is sniffing out explosives. He is taking the snakes out of the case. The policeman is searching for illegal items.

Pictures of phrasal verbs:

Pictures of phrasal verbs The customs officer is taking money out of the the teddy bear. The passengers are waiting in line for immigration. The passengers are lining up for immigration. The customs officer is taking out the counterfeit money.

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Here is a helpful phrasal verb website: http://www.englishpage.com/prepositions/phrasaldictionary.html Watch out for part 2. or youtube channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/icaoenglish Subscribe to our mailing list here: www.practiceICAOenglish.com

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