1 – vocabularyThe « Incidents » chapter in L’Anglais pour voler has 13 sections. Review the vocabulary on engine and systems emergencies with this extract from the book.
2 – crosswordThirty words that spell trouble
3 – reading comprehensionRead this « In English, please » article- published in Info-pilote in October 2010 – on in-flight medical emergencies, then answer the questions below: 1 – How many in-flight medical emergencies are likely to happen? 2 – What is an rpk? 3 – What are the contributing factors to the occurrence of unexpected medical problems? 4 – What problems can arise because of low pressure in the cabin? 5 – What is a pinch hitter course?
4 – listening comprehension
We worked on the first half of the video in the PP #5. Let’s tackle the second half now.Go back to this AOPA’s Air Safety Institute video: Engine Out! From Trouble to Touchdown. Listen to the second half, starting 5 mn and 20s into the video, and find the missing words in the transcript here . As a bonus, there are also a few questions to answer at the end of the article to check your reading comprehension.