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Phrasal verbs are difficult for many English learners because it's difficult to see what the words mean just by looking at them. Aviation English Asia courses combine both Technical English, R/T Phraseology and General English to give you a solid foundation in English. Phrasal verbs are included in every unit.

Do you know what the following phrasal verbs mean?

  1. It is important to keep up with the latest developments in aircraft technology.
  2. Keep away from that flock of Canada Geese!
  3. Airline pilots have to take on a lot of responsibility.
  4. This mechanical part has worn out. It will need replacing.
  5. I need to go over my notes for the Meteorology exam.

Phrasal verbs are difficult for many English learners because it's difficult to see what the words mean just by looking at them. Aviation English Asia courses combine both Technical English, R/T Phraseology and General English to give you a solid foundation in English. Phrasal verbs are included in every unit.

Do you know what the following phrasal verbs mean?

  • Please bear with me while I check the passenger list.
  • Keep up the good work!
  • That passenger is getting worked up about his seating.
  • The hotel fell short of my expectations.
  • The cabin crew went out of their way to ensure we had a pleasant flight.

Phrasal verbs are difficult for many English learners because it's difficult to see what the words mean just by looking at them. Aviation English Asia courses combine both Technical English, R/T Phraseology and General English to give you a solid foundation in English. Phrasal verbs are included in every unit.

Do you know what the following phrasal verbs mean?

  • Don't give up learning English. It's worth the effort.
  • The NTSB are looking into the cause of the accident.
  • None of the crew can stand working with her.
  • There is a hold up at the baggage carousel. The plane has only just been unloaded.
  • She put off preparing for the ICAO test until a week before the test so she failed.

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