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Контрольные задания – Section 2

Ex. 5.

a) Complete the table with missing equivalents of code words and phrases.

Подтвердите ясность

Cancel

Проверьте

Не принимайте во внимание

Maintain

Конец связи

Request

Unable

b) Write the phrase you should use 1) if you request verification of your clearance or information; 2) when you ask the pilot to proceed with his / her message.

Ex. 6. Fill in the gaps using the code words below.

Cleared
Report
Correction
Monitor
Negative
Read back
Say again
Stand by
Wilco
Words twice

1. I told the pilot to listen out on frequency 124.15 MHz, he told me he would … that frequency.
2. I made an error in my transmission so I said ‘…’ .
3. Since communication was very difficult I had to repeat everything. I started the transmission by saying ‘…’ .
4. There was no conflicting traffic so the pilot was … for take off.
5. I asked the pilot to … the clearance.
6. Since I was very busy I told the pilot to … .
7. I told the pilot to … when passing OSKAR ECHO.
8. I instructed the pilot to expedite vacating the runway, he answered ‘…’, which I understood to mean he would do so.
9. Since I didn’t understand what the pilot said, I had to ask him to … .
10. The readback of the clearance was not correct so I said ‘…’ .

Ex. 7. Write the following digits.

heading 050
QFE 786 mm
height 600 m
FL 4800 m
speed 770 km/h
a 360-turn left
visibility 800 m
time 1407

QDM 035temperature -2°
cloud base 1200 m
traffic 10 o’clock
Mach 0,78
altitude 8000 ft
squawk 5136

Ex. 8.

a) Write out the odd-one.

1. Cumulonimbus, few, overcast, broken
2. Fog, mist, haze, snow
3. Icy patches, wind shear, snowdrifts, black ice
4. Rain, slush, hail, drizzle

b) Finish the phrases using the words from a).
isolated …
abrupt …
heavy …
blowing …
dispersing …
freezing …

Ex. 9. Read the paragraph. What was wrong about the controller’s instruction? Rearrange the construction of the sentence using standard phraseology: ‘Descend to FL 1800 m at KE’.

Pilot: Approach cleared us to ‘Descend to FL 1800 m at KE’. …Something didn’t sound right, so my response on read back was ‘I understand, flight cleared to descend to 1800 m’. Approach response was ‘Roger’. .About that same time an aircraft behind us was cleared ‘Cross KE at FL 2100 m, 250 knots, then descend to FL 1800 m’. We were at approximately 2100 m, when the co-pilot and I both decided that the Approach wanted us to be at 2100 m at KE. .

Controller: … .

Ex. 10. Fill in the gaps with the required preposition or adverb if necessary.

1. Expect start up … 26.
2. Taxi … holding point 05. Hold short … RWY 17.
3. Give way … DC-10 … your right.
4. Cleared … take-off. … departure continue … RWY heading.
5. Leave . control zone . G climbing.
6. Join … A8 … M … FL 3600 m … 44.
7. … MSA contact … Ladoga Control … 123,5. If no contact return … 133,7.
8. Maintain FL 7800 m … further advised.
9. Position 30 km left … track, 50 km inbound … ZY.
10. Reduce speed … 20 km/h.
11. Vectoring … ILS approach … RWY 10L.
12. Go around. Climb straight ahead … height 600 m.