Aviacijos konspektas. Introduction. Unit 1 aviation history.Present Simple - Present Continuous. Accept/except. Unit 2 early history of flight (1). Past Simple -Past Continuous. Besides/beside. Unit 3 early history of flight (2). Relative Pronouns. Present Perfect - Past Simple. Wait/expect. Unit 4 The HISTORY OF THE AIRPLANE(1). Relative Pronouns. Determiners and quantifiers. Commonly misused words reach/achieve. Unit 5 The HISTORY OF THE AIRPLANE (2). Comparatives and Superlatives. Decent/descent. Unit 6 aircraft structures (1). Present Perfect Continuous. Farther/further. Unit 7 aircraft structures (2). Past Perfect and Past Perfect Continuous. Loose/lose. Unit 8 aircraft structures (3). The Infinitive and the – ing form. Passed/past. Unit 9 aircraft structures (4). Participles. Expressing Preferences. Precede/proceed. Unit 10 flight control surfaces (1). Will - Be Going – Present Continuous. Convenient/comfortable. Unit 11 flight control surfaces (20). Conditional Sentences – Type. Alone/lonely. Unit 12 helicopter structures. Reported Statements. Bring/take. Unit 13 The THEORY OF FLIGHT. Reported questions. Fall/drop. Unit 14 thrust and drag. Reported commands/requests/orders. Last/latest. Unit 15 assembly and rigging. Future Continuous-Future Perfect. Rise/raise. Unit 16 aircraft instrument systems. Passive Voice. Avoid/prevent. Unit 17 communications and navigation systems(Prepositions. Erupt/explode. Unit 18 communications and navigation systems(Conditional Sentences – Type. Offer/suggest. Unit 19 HOT – AIR BALLOONS. Clauses of Reason and Result. Strike/beat. Unit 20 FLYING MACHINES(1). Conditional Sentences – Type. Cause/reason. Unit 21 FLYING MACHINES(2). Modal Verbs. Casualty/survivor. Unit 22 supersonic transport. Causative Form. Slip/skid. Spelling British English – American English. Irregular Verbs. Supplementary Material. Glossary of Terms and Abbreviations. Commonly used Abbreviations. References.
This course book will be found particularly suitable for aviation students who want to improve and extend their language skills.
The basic aims of the course are to train the students in the skills of understanding, speaking, reading and writing; to provide the students with a course that will enable them to use the language; and to enable the students to work entirely from a single volume without the need for additional practice books. The texts are used as a basis for natural comprehension, oral practise, reading, oral composition and written grammar exercises in recall.