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Miss Grammar – Lesson 2: Simple Present

1. Complete the text with the verbs in the simple present:

Blue Skies is the newest airline company in the international aviation industry. This company is famous for the high top quality service provided. For example, there isn’t a division between first class and economic class. All passengers fly (fly) with the best comfort and service available in this industry. This factor ______ (help) to avoid those awkward moments when all the economic passengers pass through the first class and give those “jealous looks”. All seats are very comfortable and ________ (recline) 180 degrees. The cabin crew _______ (welcome) the passengers with especial attention and kindness and _______ (assist) them in case of any problem, always keeping in mind that in Blue Skies passengers are the most important part of the business. The crew _______ (serve) 4 different kinds of dishes on board, always with selected and fresh ingredients.

 

Of course that to have all these amenities it is necessary to pay a very high price, which varies according to the destination chosen.

1.2) Choose the right option for each sentence:
a) The man _______ help to stow away his bag.
I. ( ) calls
II. ( ) want
III. (X) wants

b) Airplane crashes barely _______.
I. ( ) happens
II. ( ) occurs
II. ( ) happen

c) Usually people ______ a lot about the economic class’ seats.
I. ( ) apologize
II. ( ) complain
III. ( ) request

d) A crying kid on board ______ many passengers.
I. ( ) hates
II. ( ) enjoy
III. ( ) annoys

e) That experienced pilot _____ how to fly very good airplanes.
I. ( ) know
II. ( ) learns
III. ( ) Knows

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