Do’s and Don’t’s on an Airplane
Do you always remember to mind 1 ___ manners and etiquette on a plane? Behaving in a 2 ___ fashion is no longer tolerated by airport personnel or flight crews most of 3 ___ learn how to take over handling irate passengers.
Taking your shoes and socks off and propping your feet on the armrest of the person sitting in front of you because you want it 4 ___ more comfortable makes a person in front of you 5 ___ their personal space 6 ___ , which is not acceptable airplane etiquette. After they 7 ___ over the shock of strange toes 8 ___behind them , they may just want to let their seat backs very 9 ___.
Airplane lavatories are small and uncomfortable and none of us 10 ___ to touch anything in there, so wiping up the water you splash over the counter and floor with the hand towels the nice airline supply will make anyone who comes after you not feel 11 ___: flight attendants are not janitors, they are there 12 ___ to save your life... 13 ___ the need arise. Whistling, waving at, or snapping your fingers at them will probably only get you 14 ___ . Try to use the call bell sparingly. Remember, you do not have a personal butler, but a safety professional 15 ___ you in enjoying your flight.
|1||observation||being observed||to observe||observing|
|2||most disorderly||disorderly||disorder||more disorderly|
|4||to being||being||be||to be|
|6||invaded||to be invaded||invasion||invading|
|7||have been got||got||get||will get|
|10||is wanted||shall want||wanted||wants|
|11||disgusted||disgusting||to be disgusted||being disgusting|
|15||assistance||to be assisted||assisting||to assist|
1.d; 2.b; 3.d; 4.d; 5.b; 6.a; 7.c; 8.a; 9.c; 10.d; 11.a; 12.b; 13.c; 14.d; 15.d