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Communication activities. Task 23. Complete the dialogue and reproduce it with your partner
Task 23. Complete the dialogue and reproduce it with your partner.
C.O. - Will you show your belongings, please.
C.O. - How many pieces do you have?
C.O. - Do you have anything to declare?
C.O. - This quantity is not liable to duty and what do you have in your suitcase?
C.O. - Thank you. That’s all .
Task 24.Role-play. You are at the conference devoted to Customs areas. One student is the chairman and he holds the conference. Other students represent heads of different departments of customs service (according to text I, Unit 3). They should present the work of their department (2-3 min) and answer the questions of the chairman and other Customs representatives. (Questions should be prepared beforehand).
Task 25.Make up situations illustrating the following proverbs and sayings.
1. Actions speak louder than words.
2. One is never too old to learn.
3. East or West home is best.
4. Experience is the mother of wisdom.
5. One man, no man.
PRE-FLIGHT FORMALITIES AT THE AIRPORT
Task 1.Read and translate the text.
The passenger should arrive at the airport two hours before the take off time.First, he has to check-in for the flight at the check-in-counter. He shows his passport and ticketto the airline agent and puts his suitcases on the scales. If the passenger’s baggage exceeds Free Baggage Allowance, he has to pay for the excess. The passenger hands over his baggage and gets his baggage claim receipts and a boarding pass with the seat number written on it. The suitcases are labeled and sent off to be loaded into the hold of an airplane.
Next, the passenger goes through the security check where his carry-on luggage is screened.
Passing through the Customs control the passenger can choose between the Red and Green Channels. The passenger who goes through the Red Channel fills in the declaration form and states prohibited, restricted and dutiable articles that he is carrying. He presents his declaration form to the customs officer. The customs officer looks it through and asks questions about the contents of the passenger’s baggage. The passenger puts personal belongings into the X-ray machine and steps through metal-detector. The passenger must unpackand open his baggage and present any item for inspection, if necessary. If a personexceeds Duty and Tax Free Allowance (the fixed quota) he/she will have to pay the duty for the excess. If everything is alright, the customs officer stamps the declaration form and gives it back to the passenger.
After that, the passenger must pass through passport control and present his passportand visa to border guards.
Then he goes to the departure lounge to wait for his flight call. While waiting, the passenger can visit the Duty-Free Shop which sells spirits, tobacco, perfume and gifts.
Finally, the passenger goes through the flight gates and boardsthe plane.
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