Dictionnaire & vocabulaire aéronautique

Answers

PRACTICE PAPER #19
16/11/2018

2 – crossword

ACROSS: 5 – dizzy, 6 – defibrillator, 11 – angina, 12 – pass out, 13 – diabetic, 14 – allergy, 16 – unconscious, 18 – needle, 20 – pain, 21 – throw up, 23 – choking, 25 – bleed, 26 – disease, 27 – eardrum, 28 – cast, 29 – seizures, 30 – cardiac arrest;

DOWN: 1 – miscarriage, 2 – clot, 3 – stroke, 4 – crutches, 5 – drugs, 7 – incubator, 8 – band aid, 9 – breathe, 10 – wheelchair, 12 – pregnant, 15 – overdose, 17 – stretcher, 19 – swollen, 22 – paramedics, 24 – fever, 28 – cpr.

 

The typo: 5 down, medicine is spelt with two I’s.

 

3 – listening comprehension

1 – declaring an emergency; 2 – nature, 3 – stepped on; 4 – services; 5 – ambulances; 6 – manage; 7 – shaken up; 8 – head injuries; 9 – loss of blood; 10 – knocked unconscious; 11 – recovered consciousness; 12 – meet you; 13 – gate; 14 – folks.

15 – you guys; 16 – favor; 17 – hold; 18 – medics; 19 – on board; 20 – attending position.

 

4 – reading comprehension

– A Revenue Passenger Kilometer is flown when a revenue passenger is carried one kilometer. A revenue passenger is a passenger who paid for his/her airline ticket.

– To avoid decompression sickness in case some residual nitrogen remains in the diver’s system.

– By staying hydrated and practising simple leg exercises to improve blood circulation