An American man flew one million miles in 2012. Tom Stuker, 59, passed the million mark on a flight from London to Chicago on December 6. Mr Stuker works as a car sales consultant and has to fly all over the world. He frequently flies to Asia and Australia, and has taken about 400 flights so far this year. He always uses the U.S. airline United. He joined the company's frequent flyer program in 1983 and has since flown 11 million miles with United, on over 6,000 flights. A United Airlines spokesperson said that in 2012, Mr Stuker had flown the same distance as 40 times around the Earth. It added that if all of Mr Stuker's miles were put together, he would be in the air for 73 days non-stop.
Mr Stuker told reporters that 2012 was a record year for him and that he was "tired". He said: "I know I'll never fly this much again in a year." He said he is looking forward to flying a lot less next year perhaps around half-a-million miles. Stuker said he likes flying but is sad that passengers are becoming less patient. He said: "When you're on a plane, remember certain common courtesies. Don't talk so loud on a phone that 18 rows can hear you. And when you take off your shoes, understand that maybe your feet don't exactly smell like roses." Mr Stuker always flies first class these days. He said he didn't think he could spend so long in economy class. He enjoys special services from United other passengers do not get.
1.sales consultant 销售顾问
例句：Our sales consultant had arranged it so that we could share the moment alone.
2.frequent flyer 飞行常客
例句：Add to that the extra baggage allowance permitted with frequent flyer points and the margins on transportation are further decreased.
3.economy class 经济舱位
例句：I want to go economy class, and I prefer the afternoon.
我想要经济舱的票。 另外我喜欢乘坐下午的班机 。
4.first class 头等舱
例句：This preferential ticket entitles you to travel first class.
1)An American man _____ one million miles in 2012.
2)Tom Stuker, 59, ______ on a flight from London to Chicago on December 6.
a. passed the million marks
b. passed a million mark
c. past the million mark
d. passed the million mark
3)Mr Stuker works as a car sales consultant and has ______ world.
a. to fly all over a
b. to fly all over the
c. to fly whole over the
d. to flight all over the
4)He joined the company's frequent flyer program in 1983
a. frequented flyer program
b. frequency flyer program
c. frequently flyer program
d. frequent flyer program
5)if all of Mr Stuker's miles were put together, he ______ 73 days non-stop
a. would be in the air for
b. would be up the air for
c. would the air be in for
d. would be in the year four
6)Mr Stuker told reporters that 2012 ______ and that he was "tired".
a. was a recorded year for him
b. is a record year for him
c. was a record year for him
d. was a record years for him
7)He said he is ______ a lot less next year
a. look in for ways to flying
b. looking forward to flying
c. looking forward too fly in
d. looking forward to flying in
8)Stuker said he likes flying but is sad that passengers ______.
a. are be come in less pay shunt
b. are becoming less patients
c. are becoming less patient
d. are becoming less patience
9)Don't ______ 18 rows can hear you.
a. talk so loud on a phone that
b. talk so loudly on a phone that
c. talk so loud on a cell phone that
d. talk so loud on a phone so that
10)He enjoys special services from United ______.
a. other passengers don't get
b. other passenger do not get
c. others passengers do not get
d. other passengers do not get