Do the exercises to improve your vocabulary for air travel.




Hi...friends am just enjoying the lesson and your comments blessed.

Please someone help me by correcting these sentences and point out the right one or if none of them is right you may just write the correct sentence.
I wanna get on the plane/flight
I wanna board the plane/flight
I wanna get in the plane.

Hello Aisha,

Glad to hear you're enjoying the lesson! Both of the first sentences are correct, though we usually speak about getting on (or boarding) a plane rather than a flight. You might want to look up 'board' and 'get on' in the dictionary (follow the links) to see more examples of how they are used.

All the best,
The LearnEnglish Team

Hi.... Kirk thanks much for your comments.....! I appreciate.....!

I have travelled by plane from Blagoveshchensk to Moscow for eight hours aproximately.

I has been once go to the Vienna with plane and taking thirdty hours maybe, it so exciting and tiring.

Yes, I have traveled by flight. I still remember, my first travel was from Delhi (The capital city of India) to Kochi ( A city which is located in the southern side of India). It was part of my study tour. I flew along with my teachers and friends. Since it was the first flight for many of us, we were very excited about the flight and of course it was a joyful experience. The longest distance I flew is from Kochi to Kuwait.

Yes, I have. I use air travel almost regularly. twice a month for my job. it takes 1:15 hour. but my longest travel by air was about 5 when I went to turkey from Shiraz.

I traveled by air two times, the first flight had a duration of three hours and the second two hours.

I travelled by plane only three times. This was from Riga to Brussels, from Brussels to Barcelona and from Munich to Saint Petersburg (not in USA). All the fligts took about two hours so I didn't felt tired but speaking to stewardress in english was simply terrible.

Yes, it's. the longest flight was taken about 7 hours when I travelled to Malaysia.