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Transport & Travelling: Vocabulary Quiz

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A person whose job is to serve and take care of passengers on an aircraft:



A comfortable bus for carrying passengers over long distances:

A place where taxis park while they are waiting for passengers:



rank1

a. taxi ring

b. taxi lane

c. taxi rank

coach2

a. couch

b. carriage

c. coach


a. flight assistant

b. flight attendant

c. flight sergeant

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A sum of money that must be paid as punishment for parking illegally:

A small vehicle at the airport that can be pushed and is used for carrying the luggage:

A person walking in the street and not travelling in a vehicle:



fine2

a. parking bill

b. parking fine

c. parking receipt

pedestrian1

a. pedestrian

b. pedometer

c. pedant


trolley2

a. pedalo

b. trolley

c. pram








A stamp or mark put in your passport by officials of a foreign country, which permits you to enter their country:

A place where roads meet, forming a circle that all traffic must go around in the same direction:

A hat made of very strong material worn when riding a motorcycle to protect your head:





a. vice

b. visa

c. vista


visa1

roundabout2

a. merry-go-round

b. roundabout

c. rounders


helmet

a. armour

b. helmet

c. beaver hat




A vehicle driven by electricity that runs on rails along the streets and carries passengers:



The flat area at a train station where you get on or off the train:

The part of a train where you can buy something to eat and drink:



a. canteen car

b. buffet car

c. gorging car

buffet2

tram1

platform1

a. runway

b. platform

c. deck

a. tramp

b. tram

c. trap







The passage between rows of seats in a plane:

A part of a road that only bicycles are allowed to use:

A long line of vehicles on a road that cannot move or can only move very slowly:



aisle1

lane2

a. cycle path

b. cycle line

c. cycle lane

a. corridor

b. island

c. aisle


jam1

a. traffic marmalade

b. traffic soup

c. traffic jam





A vehicle, usually smaller than a lorry, used for carrying goods or people:

arrying goods or people:

A kind of machine used to fill in the bicycle tyres with air:

A journey by sea, visiting different places, especially as a holiday:





van2

a. van

b. truck

c. trunk

pump1

a. bicycle filler

b. bicycle pump

c. bicycle saddle

cruise1

a. crusade

b. cruise

c. cruiser








What’s the name of the jacket without sleeves, that can be filled with air designed to help you float if you fall in water?



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What’s the name of the safety device in a car that fills with air if there is an accident, to protect the people in the car?

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How do you call the area of road marked with broad black and white lines where vehicles must stop for people to walk across?

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How do you call the small hole in a bicycle or car tyre, made by a sharp point?

What’s the verb which means “to go past a moving vehicle ahead of you because you are going faster than they are”?

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How do you call the time, usually twice a day, when the roads are full of traffic because people are travelling to or from work?

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What’s the name of the space at the back of a car where you put bags, cases, etc., in?

How do you call the small room on a ship in which you live or sleep?

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What’s the verb which means “to leave the ground and begin to fly” (of e.g. an airplane)?











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ANSWERS


  1. A person whose job is to serve and take care of passengers on an aircraft: FLIGHT ATTENDANT

  2. A comfortable bus for carrying passengers over long distances: COACH

  3. A place where taxis park while they are waiting for passengers: TAXI RANK

  4. A small vehicle at the airport that can be pushed and is used for carrying the luggage: TROLLEY

  5. A person walking in the street and not travelling in a vehicle: PEDESTRIAN

  6. A sum of money that must be paid as punishment for parking illegally: PARKING FINE

  7. A hat made of very strong material worn when riding a motorcycle to protect your head: HELMET

  8. A place where roads meet, forming a circle that all traffic must go around in the same direction: ROUNDABOUT

  9. A stamp or mark put in your passport by officials of a foreign country, which permits you to enter their country: VISA

  10. The flat area at a train station where you get on or off the train: PLATFORM

  11. A vehicle driven by electricity that runs on rails along the streets and carries passengers: TRAM

  12. The part of a train where you can buy something to eat and drink: BUFFET CAR

  13. A part of a road that only bicycles are allowed to use: BICYCLE LANE

  14. A long line of vehicles on a road that cannot move or can only move very slowly: TRAFFIC JAM

  15. The passage between rows of seats in a plane: AISLE

  16. A journey by sea, visiting different places, especially as a holiday: CRUISE

  17. A kind of machine used to fill in the bicycle tyres with air: BICYCLE PUMP

  18. A vehicle, usually smaller than a lorry, used for carrying goods or people: VAN

  19. What’s the name of the safety device in a car that fills with air if there is an accident, to protect the people in the car?: AIRBAG

  20. How do you call the area of road marked with broad black and white lines where vehicles must stop for people to walk across?: ZEBRA CROSSING

  21. What’s the name of the jacket without sleeves, that can be filled with air designed to help you float if you fall in water?: LIFE JACKET

  22. How do you call the time, usually twice a day, when the roads are full of traffic because people are travelling to or from work?: RUSH HOUR

  23. What’s the verb which means “to go past a moving vehicle ahead of you because you are going faster than they are”?: OVERTAKE

  24. How do you call the small hole in a bicycle or car tyre, made by a sharp point?: PUNCTURE

  25. What’s the name of the space at the back of a car where you put bags, cases, etc., in?: BOOT

  26. What’s the verb which means “to leave the ground and begin to fly” (of e.g. an airplane)?: TAKE OFF

  27. How do you call the small room on a ship in which you live or sleep?: CABIN















































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