A ____ is an official stamp on your travel documents that allows you to enter a country.
ID
IQ
passport
visa
A __________ __________ kit is a box or bag with bandages, dressings and basic medicine used in an emergency.
first aid
go aid
last aid
second aid
A __________ is a box with a handle which you carry your clothes in when you are travelling.
all is wrong
cabinet
drawer
suitcase
A __________ is a piece of paper or a card which allows you to travel on (for example) a plane, ship, or train.
nickel
pickle
ticket
tickle
A __________ is a small knife that folds up so that you can carry it in your pocket.
knife
pen
penile
penknife
A __________ is a small portable electric lamp.
cent
cons
pros
torch
A __________ is a soft bag for carrying clothes, etc, when travelling.
dental
holdall
holder
table
A passenger who cancels his reservation and asks for his money back will usually have to pay a __________ charge.
cancellation
comrade
conservation
conversation
At the airport, go to the check-in, show them your ticket, give them your baggage, and collect your_____, which will show your seat number, boarding time and gate number.
check_box boarding card
credit card
debit card
identity card
Choose the right answer that stands for the underlined abbreviation below: Passengers who check in late for their flight might be allowed through to the departure gate if they hurry, but most airlines try to discourage these HAG travelers.
hagfish
hardware action group
have-a-go
highest adjacent grade
Choose the right answer that stands for the underlined abbreviation below: I'm afraid the flight has been delayed. The new ETD is 21.30, and we hope to begin boarding at 20.45.
Ebx Transfer Data
Emergency Travel Document
Estimated Time of Departure
External Type Declaration
Choose the right answer that stands for the underlined abbreviation below: Passengers who experience long delays at airports are entitled to an LRV from their airline so that they can get something to eat and drink.
leaf roll virus
light recovery vehicles
light reflectivity value
light refreshment voucher
Choose the right answer that stands for the underlined abbreviation below: The tour operator isn't very well known. What it needs is a really good PRO.
Photographic Research Organization
Player Run Organization
Predictable Research Online
Public Relations Officer
Choose the right answer that stands for the underlined abbreviation below: This is an RTW air ticket, beginning and ending in London, and going via Dubai, Hong Kong, Sydney, San Francisco, and New York.
Ready To Wear
Real-Time Workshop
Release-To-Web
Round The World
Complete the conversation below between a travel agent and a customer with the expressions from the box. Customer: Hello. I'd like some information about (1) ______ in the Maldives. Please. Travel Agent: Certainly. They are owned and run by native Maldivian staff, who receive fair salaries. Customer: What about my carbon footprint? Travel Agent: Well, you might have heard that the Maldives is trying to become the first (2) ________ country in the world and the eco-resorts are contributing to that by using (3) _________such as wind, water, and sun. Customer: How does that affect the accommodation? Travel Agent: The luxury chalets are (4)_______ and extremely (5) _________Customer: Are there other ways in which the resorts promote ___________ (6)? Travel Agent: Yes, part of the money you spend on your holiday goes into (7) _______ like cleaning the local coral reef. Customer: What about cultural and educational projects? Travel Agent: There are plenty of opportunities to interact with the locals and learn about the wealth of _______ (8), which makes up these islands. There are also educational projects to (9)_______ of environmental threats to these islands from (10) _______ like tsunamis and hurricanes.  The right answer for gap (10) is:
check_box natural disasters
conservation projects
environmentally friendly
raise awareness
Complete the conversation below between a travel agent and a customer with the expressions from the box. Customer: Hello. I'd like some information about (1) ______ in the Maldives. Please. Travel Agent: Certainly. They are owned and run by native Maldivian staff, who receive fair salaries. Customer: What about my carbon footprint? Travel Agent: Well, you might have heard that the Maldives is trying to become the first (2) ________ country in the world and the eco-resorts are contributing to that by using (3) _________such as wind, water, and sun. Customer: How does that affect the accommodation? Travel Agent: The luxury chalets are (4)_______ and extremely (5) _________Customer: Are there other ways in which the resorts promote ___________ (6)? Travel Agent: Yes, part of the money you spend on your holiday goes into (7) _______ like cleaning the local coral reef. Customer: What about cultural and educational projects? Travel Agent: There are plenty of opportunities to interact with the locals and learn about the wealth of _______ (8), which makes up these islands. There are also educational projects to (9)_______ of environmental threats to these islands from (10) _______ like tsunamis and hurricanes.  The right answer for gap (3) is:
check_box renewable energy sources
carbon-neutral
eco-resorts
solar powered
Complete the conversation below between a travel agent and a customer with the expressions from the box. Customer: Hello. I'd like some information about (1) ______ in the Maldives. Please. Travel Agent: Certainly. They are owned and run by native Maldivian staff, who receive fair salaries. Customer: What about my carbon footprint? Travel Agent: Well, you might have heard that the Maldives is trying to become the first (2) ________ country in the world and the eco-resorts are contributing to that by using (3) _________such as wind, water, and sun. Customer: How does that affect the accommodation? Travel Agent: The luxury chalets are (4)_______ and extremely (5) _________Customer: Are there other ways in which the resorts promote ___________ (6)? Travel Agent: Yes, part of the money you spend on your holiday goes into (7) _______ like cleaning the local coral reef. Customer: What about cultural and educational projects? Travel Agent: There are plenty of opportunities to interact with the locals and learn about the wealth of _______ (8), which makes up these islands. There are also educational projects to (9)_______ of environmental threats to these islands from (10) _______ like tsunamis and hurricanes.  The right answer for gap (4) is:
check_box solar powered
carbon-neutral
eco-resorts
renewable energy sources
Complete the conversation below between a travel agent and a customer with the expressions from the box. Customer: Hello. I'd like some information about (1) ______ in the Maldives. Please. Travel Agent: Certainly. They are owned and run by native Maldivian staff, who receive fair salaries. Customer: What about my carbon footprint? Travel Agent: Well, you might have heard that the Maldives is trying to become the first (2) ________ country in the world and the eco-resorts are contributing to that by using (3) _________such as wind, water, and sun. Customer: How does that affect the accommodation? Travel Agent: The luxury chalets are (4)_______ and extremely (5) _________Customer: Are there other ways in which the resorts promote ___________ (6)? Travel Agent: Yes, part of the money you spend on your holiday goes into (7) _______ like cleaning the local coral reef. Customer: What about cultural and educational projects? Travel Agent: There are plenty of opportunities to interact with the locals and learn about the wealth of _______ (8), which makes up these islands. There are also educational projects to (9)_______ of environmental threats to these islands from (10) _______ like tsunamis and hurricanes.  The right answer for gap (5) is:
check_box environmentally friendly
conservation projects
natural disasters
raise awareness
Complete the conversation below between a travel agent and a customer with the expressions from the box. Customer: Hello. I'd like some information about (1) ______ in the Maldives. Please. Travel Agent: Certainly. They are owned and run by native Maldivian staff, who receive fair salaries. Customer: What about my carbon footprint? Travel Agent: Well, you might have heard that the Maldives is trying to become the first (2) ________ country in the world and the eco-resorts are contributing to that by using (3) _________such as wind, water, and sun. Customer: How does that affect the accommodation? Travel Agent: The luxury chalets are (4)_______ and extremely (5) _________Customer: Are there other ways in which the resorts promote ___________ (6)? Travel Agent: Yes, part of the money you spend on your holiday goes into (7) _______ like cleaning the local coral reef. Customer: What about cultural and educational projects? Travel Agent: There are plenty of opportunities to interact with the locals and learn about the wealth of _______ (8), which makes up these islands. There are also educational projects to (9)_______ of environmental threats to these islands from (10) _______ like tsunamis and hurricanes.  The right answer for gap (6) is:
check_box sustainability
cultural diversity
natural disasters
raise awareness
Complete the conversation below between a travel agent and a customer with the expressions from the box. Customer: Hello. I'd like some information about (1) ______ in the Maldives. Please. Travel Agent: Certainly. They are owned and run by native Maldivian staff, who receive fair salaries. Customer: What about my carbon footprint? Travel Agent: Well, you might have heard that the Maldives is trying to become the first (2) ________ country in the world and the eco-resorts are contributing to that by using (3) _________such as wind, water, and sun. Customer: How does that affect the accommodation? Travel Agent: The luxury chalets are (4)_______ and extremely (5) _________Customer: Are there other ways in which the resorts promote ___________ (6)? Travel Agent: Yes, part of the money you spend on your holiday goes into (7) _______ like cleaning the local coral reef. Customer: What about cultural and educational projects? Travel Agent: There are plenty of opportunities to interact with the locals and learn about the wealth of _______ (8), which makes up these islands. There are also educational projects to (9)_______ of environmental threats to these islands from (10) _______ like tsunamis and hurricanes.  The right answer for gap (7) is:
check_box conservation projects
cultural diversity
environmentally friendly
natural disasters
Complete the conversation below between a travel agent and a customer with the expressions from the box. Customer: Hello. I'd like some information about (1) ______ in the Maldives. Please. Travel Agent: Certainly. They are owned and run by native Maldivian staff, who receive fair salaries. Customer: What about my carbon footprint? Travel Agent: Well, you might have heard that the Maldives is trying to become the first (2) ________ country in the world and the eco-resorts are contributing to that by using (3) _________such as wind, water, and sun. Customer: How does that affect the accommodation? Travel Agent: The luxury chalets are (4)_______ and extremely (5) _________Customer: Are there other ways in which the resorts promote ___________ (6)? Travel Agent: Yes, part of the money you spend on your holiday goes into (7) _______ like cleaning the local coral reef. Customer: What about cultural and educational projects? Travel Agent: There are plenty of opportunities to interact with the locals and learn about the wealth of _______ (8), which makes up these islands. There are also educational projects to (9)_______ of environmental threats to these islands from (10) _______ like tsunamis and hurricanes.  The right answer for gap (8) is:
check_box cultural diversity
environmentally friendly
natural disasters
raise awareness
Complete the conversation below between a travel agent and a customer with the expressions from the box. Customer: Hello. I'd like some information about (1) ______ in the Maldives. Please. Travel Agent: Certainly. They are owned and run by native Maldivian staff, who receive fair salaries. Customer: What about my carbon footprint? Travel Agent: Well, you might have heard that the Maldives is trying to become the first (2) ________ country in the world and the eco-resorts are contributing to that by using (3) _________such as wind, water, and sun. Customer: How does that affect the accommodation? Travel Agent: The luxury chalets are (4)_______ and extremely (5) _________Customer: Are there other ways in which the resorts promote ___________ (6)? Travel Agent: Yes, part of the money you spend on your holiday goes into (7) _______ like cleaning the local coral reef. Customer: What about cultural and educational projects? Travel Agent: There are plenty of opportunities to interact with the locals and learn about the wealth of _______ (8), which makes up these islands. There are also educational projects to (9)_______ of environmental threats to these islands from (10) _______ like tsunamis and hurricanes.  The right answer for gap (9) is:
check_box raise awareness
conservation projects
environmentally friendly
natural disasters
EAD THE TEXT BELOW AND ANSWER THE QUESTIONS:Tourism is a multi-billion-dollar business with hundreds of millions of travelers arriving in destinations across the world every year, but there's a lot more to tourism than just the tourists. Before you even leave home you probably use a number of services. You book your trip through a tour operator if it's a package holiday, or a travel agent if you want to buy products and services like flights separately.These days, many people book directly online with companies that offer both organized and independent travel. You usually need to purchase airline, train, ferry, and coach tickets to your holiday resort in advance to reserve a seat and get a good price. If you're hiring a car, it's also a good idea to book in advance, but you can arrange local transport like taxis and buses when you're there. You also need to book accommodation to be sure to stay where you want, when you want.There is a wide range of options for different people and pockets: from luxury hotels to roadside motels, family-run guesthouses or B&Bs (Bed and Breakfasts), to self-catering apartments to youth hostels. You can decide about hospitality (catering and entertainment) during your holiday unless you book it with your accommodation. B&B means you get breakfast included in the price of your stay. Half board, usually only available at hotels, means breakfast and dinner are included. Full board means breakfast, lunch, and dinner are included. This option is common on package or cruise ship holidays to keep the cost down, as are all-inclusive leisure activities such as sports, shopping, and live shows.Most places have a Tourist Information Point where they give you free information about what to see and do and how to get around. Organized trips often have travel reps (representatives) on hand to help you, but you can also pay a local tour guide to take you sightseeing or show you tourist attractions. Where is this a common option?
at the end of the travel season
in places which do not belong to the government
on package or cruise ship holidays
on the islands surrounding villages
Fill the gap to complete the full name of this international organization EFTA = European Free ______ Association
Tent
Time
Trade
Travel
Fill the gap to complete the full name of this international organization OECD = Organisation for ______ Co-operation and Development
Amerce
Economic
E-learning
Ensurement
Fill the gap to complete the full name of this international organization UNESCO = United Nations Educational, Scientific and ______ Organization
Cancer
Celtic
Commence
Cultural
Fill the gap to complete the full name of this international organization WICE = World ______ Council on the Environment
Illustration
Implicitly
Industry
Introvert
FILL THE GAPThe Four Winds holiday resort in Hibiscus Bay is one of the island's biggest 1.________ with an excellent record of treating its 2.__________ fairly. It pays generous 3._____________ (which are above the government's set 4.__________ ) and offers other 5. __________ and fringe 6. _____________, such as free meals, free dental and medical care, and paid 7.__________ of up to 4 weeks a year. The resort is an 8.____________ employer, and makes a concerted effort to avoid any kind of 9._________ It will employ staff from other countries provided they have a valid 10. _____________. The right answer for gap (1) is:
employees
employers
minimum wage
salaries
FILL THE GAPThe Four Winds holiday resort in Hibiscus Bay is one of the island's biggest 1.________ with an excellent record of treating its 2.__________ fairly. It pays generous 3._____________ (which are above the government's set 4.__________ ) and offers other 5. __________ and fringe 6. _____________, such as free meals, free dental and medical care, and paid 7.__________ of up to 4 weeks a year. The resort is an 8.____________ employer, and makes a concerted effort to avoid any kind of 9._________ It will employ staff from other countries provided they have a valid 10. _____________. The right answer for gap (2) is:
check_box employees
employers
minimum wage
salaries
FILL THE GAPThe Four Winds holiday resort in Hibiscus Bay is one of the island's biggest 1.________ with an excellent record of treating its 2.__________ fairly. It pays generous 3._____________ (which are above the government's set 4.__________ ) and offers other 5. __________ and fringe 6. _____________, such as free meals, free dental and medical care, and paid 7.__________ of up to 4 weeks a year. The resort is an 8.____________ employer, and makes a concerted effort to avoid any kind of 9._________ It will employ staff from other countries provided they have a valid 10. _____________. The right answer for gap (3) is:
check_box salaries
employees
employers
minimum wage
FILL THE GAPThe Four Winds holiday resort in Hibiscus Bay is one of the island's biggest 1.________ with an excellent record of treating its 2.__________ fairly. It pays generous 3._____________ (which are above the government's set 4.__________ ) and offers other 5. __________ and fringe 6. _____________, such as free meals, free dental and medical care, and paid 7.__________ of up to 4 weeks a year. The resort is an 8.____________ employer, and makes a concerted effort to avoid any kind of 9._________ It will employ staff from other countries provided they have a valid 10. _____________. The right answer for gap (4) is:
check_box minimum wage
employees
employers
salaries
FILL THE GAPThe Four Winds holiday resort in Hibiscus Bay is one of the island's biggest 1.________ with an excellent record of treating its 2.__________ fairly. It pays generous 3._____________ (which are above the government's set 4.__________ ) and offers other 5. __________ and fringe 6. _____________, such as free meals, free dental and medical care, and paid 7.__________ of up to 4 weeks a year. The resort is an 8.____________ employer, and makes a concerted effort to avoid any kind of 9._________ It will employ staff from other countries provided they have a valid 10. _____________. The right answer for gap (5) is:
check_box rewards
benefits
equal opportunities
leave
FILL THE GAPThe Four Winds holiday resort in Hibiscus Bay is one of the island's biggest 1.________ with an excellent record of treating its 2.__________ fairly. It pays generous 3._____________ (which are above the government's set 4.__________ ) and offers other 5. __________ and fringe 6. _____________, such as free meals, free dental and medical care, and paid 7.__________ of up to 4 weeks a year. The resort is an 8.____________ employer, and makes a concerted effort to avoid any kind of 9._________ It will employ staff from other countries provided they have a valid 10. _____________. The right answer for gap (6) is:
check_box benefits
equal opportunities
leave
rewards
FILL THE GAPThe Four Winds holiday resort in Hibiscus Bay is one of the island's biggest 1.________ with an excellent record of treating its 2.__________ fairly. It pays generous 3._____________ (which are above the government's set 4.__________ ) and offers other 5. __________ and fringe 6. _____________, such as free meals, free dental and medical care, and paid 7.__________ of up to 4 weeks a year. The resort is an 8.____________ employer, and makes a concerted effort to avoid any kind of 9._________ It will employ staff from other countries provided they have a valid 10. _____________. The right answer for gap (7) is:
check_box leave
benefits
equal opportunities
rewards
FILL THE GAPThe Four Winds holiday resort in Hibiscus Bay is one of the island's biggest 1.________ with an excellent record of treating its 2.__________ fairly. It pays generous 3._____________ (which are above the government's set 4.__________ ) and offers other 5. __________ and fringe 6. _____________, such as free meals, free dental and medical care, and paid 7.__________ of up to 4 weeks a year. The resort is an 8.____________ employer, and makes a concerted effort to avoid any kind of 9._________ It will employ staff from other countries provided they have a valid 10. _____________. The right answer for gap (8) is:
check_box equal opportunities
contracts
leave
work permit
FILL THE GAPThe National Trust is a (1) ______ and a non- (2) _______ organisation, which (3) _______ British tourism to artistic, historical, and natural sites in a (4) _______ way. It has two (5) _______, one in London and another in Swindon, as well as hundreds of (6) _______ all over the UK. Places with the (7) _______, ‘National Trust’ (8) _______ themselves through the image of conservation and heritage. However, many of the thousands of visitors to National Trust sites hear about them by (9) _______ from friends, colleagues, or relatives. They provide great days out for the whole family as you can enter many sites for free and you can also hire venues for special events at extremely (10) _______ prices. The right answer for gap (10) is:
compensable
competitive
concerned
constructed
FILL THE GAPThe National Trust is a (1) ______ and a non- (2) _______ organisation, which (3) _______ British tourism to artistic, historical, and natural sites in a (4) _______ way. It has two (5) _______, one in London and another in Swindon, as well as hundreds of (6) _______ all over the UK. Places with the (7) _______, ‘National Trust’ (8) _______ themselves through the image of conservation and heritage. However, many of the thousands of visitors to National Trust sites hear about them by (9) _______ from friends, colleagues, or relatives. They provide great days out for the whole family as you can enter many sites for free and you can also hire venues for special events at extremely (10) _______ prices. The right answer for gap (3) is:
absorbs
corrupts
promotes
rewards
FILL THE GAPThe National Trust is a (1) ______ and a non- (2) _______ organisation, which (3) _______ British tourism to artistic, historical, and natural sites in a (4) _______ way. It has two (5) _______, one in London and another in Swindon, as well as hundreds of (6) _______ all over the UK. Places with the (7) _______, ‘National Trust’ (8) _______ themselves through the image of conservation and heritage. However, many of the thousands of visitors to National Trust sites hear about them by (9) _______ from friends, colleagues, or relatives. They provide great days out for the whole family as you can enter many sites for free and you can also hire venues for special events at extremely (10) _______ prices. The right answer for gap (4) is:
indefensible
insupportable
sustainable
unsustainable
FILL THE GAPThe National Trust is a (1) ______ and a non- (2) _______ organisation, which (3) _______ British tourism to artistic, historical, and natural sites in a (4) _______ way. It has two (5) _______, one in London and another in Swindon, as well as hundreds of (6) _______ all over the UK. Places with the (7) _______, ‘National Trust’ (8) _______ themselves through the image of conservation and heritage. However, many of the thousands of visitors to National Trust sites hear about them by (9) _______ from friends, colleagues, or relatives. They provide great days out for the whole family as you can enter many sites for free and you can also hire venues for special events at extremely (10) _______ prices. The right answer for gap (5) is:
gut offices
head offices
heart offices
lung offices
FILL THE GAPThe National Trust is a (1) ______ and a non- (2) _______ organisation, which (3) _______ British tourism to artistic, historical, and natural sites in a (4) _______ way. It has two (5) _______, one in London and another in Swindon, as well as hundreds of (6) _______ all over the UK. Places with the (7) _______, ‘National Trust’ (8) _______ themselves through the image of conservation and heritage. However, many of the thousands of visitors to National Trust sites hear about them by (9) _______ from friends, colleagues, or relatives. They provide great days out for the whole family as you can enter many sites for free and you can also hire venues for special events at extremely (10) _______ prices. The right answer for gap (6) is:
bandages
batches
branches
brands
FILL THE GAPThe National Trust is a (1) ______ and a non- (2) _______ organisation, which (3) _______ British tourism to artistic, historical, and natural sites in a (4) _______ way. It has two (5) _______, one in London and another in Swindon, as well as hundreds of (6) _______ all over the UK. Places with the (7) _______, ‘National Trust’ (8) _______ themselves through the image of conservation and heritage. However, many of the thousands of visitors to National Trust sites hear about them by (9) _______ from friends, colleagues, or relatives. They provide great days out for the whole family as you can enter many sites for free and you can also hire venues for special events at extremely (10) _______ prices. The right answer for gap (7) is:
family name
middle name
own name
trade name
FILL THE GAPThe National Trust is a (1) ______ and a non- (2) _______ organisation, which (3) _______ British tourism to artistic, historical, and natural sites in a (4) _______ way. It has two (5) _______, one in London and another in Swindon, as well as hundreds of (6) _______ all over the UK. Places with the (7) _______, ‘National Trust’ (8) _______ themselves through the image of conservation and heritage. However, many of the thousands of visitors to National Trust sites hear about them by (9) _______ from friends, colleagues, or relatives. They provide great days out for the whole family as you can enter many sites for free and you can also hire venues for special events at extremely (10) _______ prices. The right answer for gap (8) is:
marathon
market
match
money
FILL THE GAPThe National Trust is a (1) ______ and a non- (2) _______ organisation, which (3) _______ British tourism to artistic, historical, and natural sites in a (4) _______ way. It has two (5) _______, one in London and another in Swindon, as well as hundreds of (6) _______ all over the UK. Places with the (7) _______, ‘National Trust’ (8) _______ themselves through the image of conservation and heritage. However, many of the thousands of visitors to National Trust sites hear about them by (9) _______ from friends, colleagues, or relatives. They provide great days out for the whole family as you can enter many sites for free and you can also hire venues for special events at extremely (10) _______ prices. The right answer for gap (9) is:
black sheep of family
colour of sky
out of order
word of mouth
FILL THE GAPThe resort has both 11.________ staff (those who work all day for five or six days a week) and 12.____ staff (those who only work for three or four hours a day, or just two or three days a week). Everyone receives a 13._________ which lists his or her 14._________ and responsibilities. These are usually 15.________ for a period of 3, 6 or 12 months, although some are 16.________. The resort also has a number of 17.________ workers that it employs from time to time (usually when a specific job needs doing). It likes all its staff to be 18._________ twenty-four hours a day in case it suddenly needs them. All staff members 19.________ to a line manager (for example, head of housekeeping, head of catering, etc). and they in turn answer to the main hotel manager. Most of the work in the resort is 20._______ (usually during the peak holiday period from May through to October), although it does keep some permanent staff on the books all year.  The right answer for gap (11) is:
check_box full-time
contract
duties
part-time
FILL THE GAPThe resort has both 11.________ staff (those who work all day for five or six days a week) and 12.____ staff (those who only work for three or four hours a day, or just two or three days a week). Everyone receives a 13._________ which lists his or her 14._________ and responsibilities. These are usually 15.________ for a period of 3, 6 or 12 months, although some are 16.________. The resort also has a number of 17.________ workers that it employs from time to time (usually when a specific job needs doing). It likes all its staff to be 18._________ twenty-four hours a day in case it suddenly needs them. All staff members 19.________ to a line manager (for example, head of housekeeping, head of catering, etc). and they in turn answer to the main hotel manager. Most of the work in the resort is 20._______ (usually during the peak holiday period from May through to October), although it does keep some permanent staff on the books all year.  The right answer for gap (12) is:
check_box part-time
contract
duties
full-time
FILL THE GAPThe resort has both 11.________ staff (those who work all day for five or six days a week) and 12.____ staff (those who only work for three or four hours a day, or just two or three days a week). Everyone receives a 13._________ which lists his or her 14._________ and responsibilities. These are usually 15.________ for a period of 3, 6 or 12 months, although some are 16.________. The resort also has a number of 17.________ workers that it employs from time to time (usually when a specific job needs doing). It likes all its staff to be 18._________ twenty-four hours a day in case it suddenly needs them. All staff members 19.________ to a line manager (for example, head of housekeeping, head of catering, etc). and they in turn answer to the main hotel manager. Most of the work in the resort is 20._______ (usually during the peak holiday period from May through to October), although it does keep some permanent staff on the books all year.  The right answer for gap (13) is:
check_box contract
duties
full-time
part-time
FILL THE GAPThe resort has both 11.________ staff (those who work all day for five or six days a week) and 12.____ staff (those who only work for three or four hours a day, or just two or three days a week). Everyone receives a 13._________ which lists his or her 14._________ and responsibilities. These are usually 15.________ for a period of 3, 6 or 12 months, although some are 16.________. The resort also has a number of 17.________ workers that it employs from time to time (usually when a specific job needs doing). It likes all its staff to be 18._________ twenty-four hours a day in case it suddenly needs them. All staff members 19.________ to a line manager (for example, head of housekeeping, head of catering, etc). and they in turn answer to the main hotel manager. Most of the work in the resort is 20._______ (usually during the peak holiday period from May through to October), although it does keep some permanent staff on the books all year.  The right answer for gap (14) is:
contract
duties
full-time
part-time
FILL THE GAPThe resort has both 11.________ staff (those who work all day for five or six days a week) and 12.____ staff (those who only work for three or four hours a day, or just two or three days a week). Everyone receives a 13._________ which lists his or her 14._________ and responsibilities. These are usually 15.________ for a period of 3, 6 or 12 months, although some are 16.________. The resort also has a number of 17.________ workers that it employs from time to time (usually when a specific job needs doing). It likes all its staff to be 18._________ twenty-four hours a day in case it suddenly needs them. All staff members 19.________ to a line manager (for example, head of housekeeping, head of catering, etc). and they in turn answer to the main hotel manager. Most of the work in the resort is 20._______ (usually during the peak holiday period from May through to October), although it does keep some permanent staff on the books all year.  The right answer for gap (15) is:
check_box fixed
casual
on call
open-ended
FILL THE GAPThe resort has both 11.________ staff (those who work all day for five or six days a week) and 12.____ staff (those who only work for three or four hours a day, or just two or three days a week). Everyone receives a 13._________ which lists his or her 14._________ and responsibilities. These are usually 15.________ for a period of 3, 6 or 12 months, although some are 16.________. The resort also has a number of 17.________ workers that it employs from time to time (usually when a specific job needs doing). It likes all its staff to be 18._________ twenty-four hours a day in case it suddenly needs them. All staff members 19.________ to a line manager (for example, head of housekeeping, head of catering, etc). and they in turn answer to the main hotel manager. Most of the work in the resort is 20._______ (usually during the peak holiday period from May through to October), although it does keep some permanent staff on the books all year.  The right answer for gap (16) is:
check_box open-ended
casual
fixed
on call
FILL THE GAPThe resort has both 11.________ staff (those who work all day for five or six days a week) and 12.____ staff (those who only work for three or four hours a day, or just two or three days a week). Everyone receives a 13._________ which lists his or her 14._________ and responsibilities. These are usually 15.________ for a period of 3, 6 or 12 months, although some are 16.________. The resort also has a number of 17.________ workers that it employs from time to time (usually when a specific job needs doing). It likes all its staff to be 18._________ twenty-four hours a day in case it suddenly needs them. All staff members 19.________ to a line manager (for example, head of housekeeping, head of catering, etc). and they in turn answer to the main hotel manager. Most of the work in the resort is 20._______ (usually during the peak holiday period from May through to October), although it does keep some permanent staff on the books all year.  The right answer for gap (17) is:
check_box casual
fixed
on call
open-ended
FILL THE GAPThe resort has both 11.________ staff (those who work all day for five or six days a week) and 12.____ staff (those who only work for three or four hours a day, or just two or three days a week). Everyone receives a 13._________ which lists his or her 14._________ and responsibilities. These are usually 15.________ for a period of 3, 6 or 12 months, although some are 16.________. The resort also has a number of 17.________ workers that it employs from time to time (usually when a specific job needs doing). It likes all its staff to be 18._________ twenty-four hours a day in case it suddenly needs them. All staff members 19.________ to a line manager (for example, head of housekeeping, head of catering, etc). and they in turn answer to the main hotel manager. Most of the work in the resort is 20._______ (usually during the peak holiday period from May through to October), although it does keep some permanent staff on the books all year.  The right answer for gap (18) is:
check_box on call
casual
fixed
open-ended
If a passenger experience 7 across as a result of 10 down, he might be entitled to something called denied boarding __________ in the form of money or a travel voucher.
cancelation
commendation
compensation
conspiracy
I've broken my glasses and I need to find a/an _____ so that I can get them replaced.
dentist
optician
professor
vet
Ladies and gentlemen, we will shortly be arriving in Athens. Non-EU citizens will need to fill in a ______ before going through Immigration, and we will be handing these out now.
check_box landing card
credit card
debit card
identity card
Look at the picture and choose the correct noun to describe the activity: