English for Tourism - Checking in at an airport | ESL Video

English for Tourism - Checking in at an airport

Quiz by: evicente    

Description: See transcript for role play dialogue.
Low Intermediate
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1. Good afternoon, where are you flying today?
2. (..) please?
3. (...) my boarding pass?
4. Unfortunately,
5. I'm (...)
6. Are you ...
7. Yes,
8. Have you left your bags unattended at any time?
9. Right now you have a middle seat, would you prefer a window seat or an aisle seat?
10. Here is ...
11. Go through security and (...)
12. A boarding pass is ...
13. An aisle is a walkway on a plane or a bus,
- Good afternoon where are you flying today.
- [Passenger] I'm flying to Stockholm.
- May I see your passport please.
- [Passenger] Yes. Here you are. Do you need to see my boarding pass?
- Uh, no I don't. Unfortunately your flight has been delayed. It's now scheduled to depart at six pm.
- [Passenger] Oh, well. That's not too bad.
- I'm sorry for any inconvenience.
- [Passenger] That's okay.
- Are you checking any bags today.
- [Passenger] Yes I have one bag to check and one bag to carry on.
- Have you left your bags unattended at any time.
- [Passenger] No, I've always had my bags with me.
- Okay, that's good. Right now you have a middle seat. Would you prefer a window seat or an aisle
seat?
- [Passenger] An aisle seat please.
- Okay, here's your new boarding pass and your baggage claim.
- [Passenger] Thanks.
- Go through security and your flight to Stockholm will depart from gate B 25. The flight boards at
five thirty.
- [Passenger] Gate B 25. Okay. Thank you.
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English for Tourism - Checking in at an Airport: A Practical Guide for ESL Learners

Welcome to the world of airport check-ins! In this video, you'll learn essential phrases and vocabulary for navigating the airport check-in process. Whether you're a seasoned traveler or a first-time flyer, this video will help you feel more confident during your next trip.

This video features a role play dialogue between a passenger and an airport staff member. You'll learn key phrases for presenting your passport, checking baggage, and receiving your boarding pass. Perfect for ESL learners looking to improve their travel-related English skills.

This video is ideal for students who want to enhance their airport vocabulary in real-life scenarios. Use this video in the classroom for speaking practice or as a pre-travel lesson.
Category

Travel

Grammar

Present Simple

Keywords

airport check-in

travel English

role play dialogue

English for tourism

Discussion Questions

1.) Have you ever experienced a flight delay? How did you handle it?
2.) What are some essential items you always carry in your carry-on bag when traveling?
3.) Do you prefer window seats or aisle seats when flying? Why?

Vocabulary

passport

boarding pass

delayed

baggage claim

security

depart

gate

aisle seat

inconvenience

unattended