Modellprüfung zum Nachweis von Sprachkenntnissen der Stufe 4
Teil Hörverständnis - Stufe 4
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O a) carry all their luggage to the plane.
O b) give their luggage to the ground staff.
O c) proceed to the security checks at Gate 19.
O a) After the incident the flight continued to its planned destination.
O b) The cabin crew instructed the passengers to keep their seat belts fastened.
O c) There was a doctor on board to assist the crew.
The flight student
O a) was directed to a suitable airfield.
O b) decided to land on an unknown airfield.
O c) turned back.
The first officer
O a) caused a 30 minutes delay of the flight.
O b) called the bell boy at Waterfield Airport.
O c) managed to get his documents still in time.
O a) felt uneasy because of the lack of coordination between cockpit and cabin.
O b) could rely on the professionalism of his cabin crew.
O c) was completing his plan while the cabin crew was shouting “brace for impact”.
((Richtige Antworten: a, b, a, c, b))
Teil Sprechfertigkeiten- Stufe 4
Could you introduce yourself and tell me something about where you come from?
When and where did you do your training?
Have you any other hobbies apart from flying?
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Q1 Could you describe what kind of flying you do?
How long have you been flying?
What do you like most about flying?
Could you tell me about the most unusual flight you ever had?
Q2 Are you a member of a flying club?
Can you give me some details about the club?
How large is the club? How long has the club been in existence?
Why are you not a member?
Why do you think many pilots do belong to a club?
Q3 I would like you to look at the photograph and tell me what you can see.
(Imagine, you have to inform someone else about the situation !)
What do you think might have caused this problem?
Do you know of similar accidents or incidents?
Where? What happened?
Q4 How do you think the pilot of that plane felt afterwards?
What must a pilot do after an accident like this? What advice would you give to the pilot?
What might be the consequences for the pilot?
Imagine you are the owner of the aircraft. What would you say to the pilot?
Q5 There are still people who think flying is very dangerous. Why do you think they
What would you say to such people? How would you try to help them to overcome their
What could we do to help them feel safer?
The picture was taken during an air show. Do you think air shows are risky? Why?
Q6 Do you think the testing of pilots' language proficiency will improve aviation
Do you think only pilots of the same nationality should fly together as a crew?
Language proficiency is only a problem within commercial aviation?
What do you think about this statement?
English language proficiency is only important for international flights. Do you agree?
Why?/ Why not?
Q7 Airline managers say that pilot training has to be reduced for economic reasons.
Do you agree?
What do you think about reductions in pilot training?
With the help of modern simulators you can reduce training significantly. Do you agree?
Special training for engine failure could be reduced because this only rarely occurs.
What‘s your opinion?
Q8 With enough training anybody can become a pilot. Do you agree? Why/ Why not?
There are certain skills which cannot be trained. What do you think?
There should not be an age limit for starting a professional career as a pilot. Do you
Well-trained pilots can handle any emergency situation. What‘s your opinion?