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Unread Oct 13th, 2008, 10:18 pm
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Default Common Travel and Flight Collocations

Hello all. I need some collocations related to travel and flight. There are some ideas that I have had detailed below:

1. Flight + Ticket
2. Return + Flight
3. Duty + Free
4. Check-in + Desk
5. Passport + Control
6. Departure + Time
7. Arrival + Time
8. Immigration + Officer
9. Departure + Lounge

If anyone can add to this list, it would be great. Thanks in advance to any assistance.
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security check
x-ray machine
arrivals hall
baggage reclaim
baggage carousel
lost luggage
boarding pass
air hostess
oxygen mask
arm rest
emergency exit
cabin crew
aisle seat
window seat

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Default Re: Common Travel and Flight Collocations

you need to prepare the coloocations according to ur lesson and the levels of ur ss.
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Default Re: Common Travel and Flight Collocations

Ahmed, as long as there are pictures to support the vocabulary related to a particular topic then I don't believe that there should be any difference of vocabulary related to the level of the students.

Of course there are more advanced vocabulary collocations but when looking at particular topics with emphasis upon improving vocabulary, pronunciation and using images to assist in the learning of new vocab. then I don't think it is necessary.

However, thanks for the help.
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Default Re: Common Travel and Flight Collocations

nice post friends, good collection on Common travel and flight collocations..


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