1. What is the man's destination?
A. Salt Lake City, USA
B. New York City, USA
C. Helsinki, Finland
D. Stockholm, Sweden
2. When is the man's departure date?
A. the twenty-first
B. the twenty-second
C. the twenty-third
D. the twenty-fourth
3. What is the flight number for the second half of his journey?
4. How long is the man's layover between flights?
A. less than an hour
B. less than two hours
C. less than three hours
D. more than three hours
5. What request did the man make regarding his flight?
A. He asked for a specially-prepared dinner.
B. He wanted an aisle seat.
C. He requested a bassinet for his baby.
D. He asked for a seat near the front of the plane.
1. Helsinki, Finland
2. the twenty-second
4. less than two hours
5. He asked for a specially-prepared dinner.
Travel Agent: Freedom Travel. How may I help you?
Caller: Yes, I'd like to make a flight reservation for the twenty-third of this month.
Travel Agent: Okay. What is your destination?
Caller: Well. I'm flying to Helsinki, Finland.
Travel Agent: Okay. Let me check what flights are available?. [Okay] And when will you be returning?
Caller: Uh, well, I'd like to catch a return flight on the twenty-ninth. Oh, and I'd like the cheapest flight available.
Travel Agent: Okay. Let me see. Um, hmm . . .
Travel Agent: Well, the price for the flight is almost double the price you would pay if you leave the daybefore.
Caller: Whoo. Let's go with the cheaper flight. By the way, how much is it?
Travel Agent: It's only $980.
Caller: Alright. Well, let's go with that.
Travel Agent: Okay. That's flight 1070 from Salt Lake City to New York, Kennedy Airport, transferring toflight 90 from Kennedy to Helsinki.
Caller: And what are the departure and arrival times for each of those flights?
Travel Agent: It leaves Salt Lake City at 10:00 AM, arriving in New York at 4:35 PM, then transferring to flight 90 at 5:55 PM, and arriving in Helsinki at 8:30 AM the next day.
Caller: Alright. And, uh, I'd like to request a vegetarian meal.
Travel Agent: Sure, no problem. And could I have you name please?
destination (noun): the place a trip ends
We'll reach our destination by 3:00 PM.
available (adjective): not busy, ready for use
Are there any seats available on the next train?
catch (verb): get
You can catch a taxi outside of the hotel lobby.
go with (phrasal verb): choose something
I think I'll go with the budget tour to Hawaii on this trip.
transfer (verb): change to a different transportation line
You'll need to transfer to a city bus when you arrive at the train station.
departure (noun): the act of leaving
Passengers should check in two hours before their departure time.
vegetarian (noun): one who eats little or no meat, fish, or animal products
Although Charles considers himself a vegetarian, he sometimes eats chicken.