Dictionnaire & vocabulaire aéronautique

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PRACTICE PAPER #10
02/02/2018

2 – crossword

ACROSS: 2 – switch off, 4 – relay, 6 – select, 7 – antenna, 9 – spell out, 11 – transmit, 14 – receive, 18 – squelch, 20 – radio set, 21 – mike, 22 – fade, 23 – stuck mike

DOWN: 1 – fluctuate, 3 – contact, 5 – failure, 8 – ANR, 10 – unreadable, 12 – frequency, 13 – push to talk, 15 – monitor, 16 – distorted, 17 – jammed, 19 – headset

 

3 – reading comprehension

– clear and rime

– opaque, rough and brittle

– glaze ice

– trace, light, moderate and severe

– Flight Into Known Icing

 

4 – listening comprehension

1 – light; 2 – rime; 3 – chop; 4 – reports; 5 – moderate; 6 – through ; 7 – worse; 8 – straight; 9 – moderate; 10 – icing; 11 – higher ; 12 – anti-ice; 13 – picking it up; 14 – severe

 

5 – general English corner

In French, we use the word « synantonymie ». The two most well-known examples are:

– « louer » which means both « to let » and « to rent »

– « hôte » which means both « host » and « guest ».

If you Google « synantonymie » you’ll get only 3 answers!