Unit 4 Cosmic B 1+ Transformations

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Terms in this set (...)

Arrival
coming to a destination.
cable car
A vehicle pulled along a track by a cable, used for taking people up and down mountains
Departure
an act or instance of departing
destination
A target place to which a person travels.
Excursion
A brief pleasure outing
Ferry
a boat that carries people and goods and makes short regular journeys between two or more places
Hot air ballon
A large bag filled with hot air or gas to make it rise in the air, with a basket for passengers hanging from it.
Jet ski
A fun water boat, it can go fast.
Landmark
A building or natural feature that is easy to see and can be used as a guide.
Sledge
a vehicle mounted on runners and pulled by horses or dogs
Snowmobile
a small vehicle used for travelling over snow and ice
Spacecraft
a craft capable of traveling in outer space
Speedboat
a boat with a powerful motor that can go very fast
Van
A covered vehicle, usually a large truck or trailer, used for moving goods or animals.
District
A division of territory
Guarantee
a written assurance that some products or services are provided
Immigrant
a person who comes to a country where they were not born in order to settle there
Itinerary
a route of travel; a record of travel; a guidebook
To notify
to tell someone officially or formally about something.
To Book
booking
to complete
completion
To correct
correction
To enquire
Enquiry
To experience
Experience
To give
gift
To refuse
refusal
To see
sight
Common
belonging equally to, or shared alike by
Essential
absolutely necessary
Optional
left to one's own choice; not required
Unforgettable
impossible to forget
Cabin
A small cottage, usually simply designed and built
The enclosed space for the pilot, cargo, or passengers in an airplane or space vehicle.
Deck
Floor. Horizontal divisions of a ship into layers
Harbour
a place of refuge and comfort and security
Platform
A raised surface where people can stand or sit
To break down
to stop working
To get in
To enter
To hold someone up
to rob someone.
To pick someone up
to collect someone from somewhere
To put someone up
let someone stay at your house for the night
To queue up
to stand in a queue
To see someone off
to say good-bye to someone at an airport, a train station etc,
To set off
to begin a journey
Apartment USA
flat UK
Parking USA
car park UK
Closet USA
cupboard UK
Elevator USA
lift UK
Freeway USA
motorway UK
Gas USA
Petrol UK
Traffic circle USA
around about UK
Subway USA
underground UK
Budget hotel
cheap hotel
Campsite
a site where people on holiday can pitch a tent
Ensuite bathroom
bathroom attached
Hostel
an inexpensive, supervised place for young travellers to stay overnight
Luxury hotel
a very expensive hotel and of the highest quality
Self catering
accommodation with kitchen
Shared bathroom
Use the bathroom with someone else
Single/double room
room with one/ two beds
Twin room
room for two people in single beds