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Vocabulary video lessons to get you speaking Spanish fast

“What’s that word in Spanish…?” How many times have you said that whilst speaking Spanish? It is so frustrating when the words don’t come instantly to your head, but rest assured it takes time and lots of practice to speak a foreign language fluently. Try to learn a few useful words in Spanish every day and try to use them regularly in real conversation or practice texts. Speaking Spanish well demands a solid understanding of grammar, good listening comprehension and lots and lots of vocabulary and expressions. It is impossible to know every word in Spanish, but I hope very much that this vocabulary course will help build your repertoire. This lesson is part of the Spanish Vocabulary Course and all of the lessons in this course are available completely FREE.

Spanish Vocabulary Lesson 63 Advanced Level Aeroplanes & Airports

Listen and repeat the following words:

La compañía aérea – airline
El reclamo de equipaje – baggage claim
El despegue – takeoff
El aterrizaje – landing
El autobús transbordador – shuttle
El vuelo directo – non-stop flight
En horario – on schedule
El compartimiento para equipaje – luggage compartment
El chaleco salvavidas – life vest, life jacket
La descompensación por la diferencia horaria – jet lag
El exceso de equipaje – excess baggage
Los altavoces – loudspeakers
Libre de impuestos – duty free
El carrito con productos libres de impuestos – duty free cart
La salida de emergencia – emergency exit
El aterrizaje de emergencia – emergency landing
La bandeja de comida – meal tray
La cabina – cockpit
La aduana – customs
La torre de control – control tower

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