Emirate Airlines Manager

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For this exercise about an Emirate Airlines manager, you have to read the text and choose the correct answer to each of the five questions. This provides practice for Part 3 of the A2 Key examination.

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Emirate Airlines manager: A2 Key Reading Part 3

Read the article about an Emirate Airlines manager and then answer the questions.

Emma Ross left school at eighteen when to college and then worked at a local airport. After a year, she went to work for Easyjet and then she joined Emirate Airlines as a flight attendant. Five years later, she got her present job as a manager.

Here is what she told us about her job:

'My office is at Gatwick Airport, but I spend 60% of my time in the air. I teach flight attendants and help with any problems. I also go to lots of meetings.

My working hours are using from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., but sometimes I work from 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. At work, the first thing I do is check plane times on my computer, and then I speak with some of the flight attendants.

Sometimes, I go on long flights to check how the flight attendants are doing. That's my favourite part of the job, but I like office work, too. Travelling can be hard work. When I get back from a long journey, all I can do is eat something and then go to bed! I earn a good salary, and I love working for Emirate Airlines. I plan to work there for a long if I can and continue to travel.'

1. Emma's first job was

2. Emma does most of her work

3. At the beginning of each day, Emma

4. What does Emma like best?

5. Emma would like to


 

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