Phrasal Verbs: Travel

Phrasal Verbs: Travel

Phrasal Verbs: Travel

Duration8-10 minutes

Level: int +

Language Focus: phrasal verbs

Objective: phrasal verbs: vocabulary

 

Read the following dialog. Use the context to understand the definition of the phrasal verbs.

All the phrasal verbs are related to TRAVEL.

Hi Jim!

-Hey Rachel! How was your trip?

It was pretty good. Thanks for asking. I really needed to get away.

-Australia is so far away, though. Did you have to stop over anywhere on your way?

We did, yes. We stopped over in Singapore for an hour. I was happy that the first flight got in on time.

-That’s really lucky! The last time I travelled, my flight was delayed. It took off 3 hours later than the scheduled time!

Oh no! I bet you were happy to get off that flight!

-I was, yeah. And how was your hotel?

It was beautiful. We checked in right on time and the service was lovely.

-I’m glad!

So, what do you think the definitions of the phrasal verbs are?

Look at the definitions and examples to see if you were correct!

To get away: To escape or leave. In this case, Rachel says that her holiday was “getting away” (ie: from work, stress, etc).

To stop over: In travel (usually flights), to stop in a city/country that is NOT the final destination. In this case, Rachel “stopped over” in Singapore on the way to Australia.

To get in: To arrive (a person, plane, train, bus, etc) In this case, Rachel was happy because she “got in” or “arrived” on time.

To get off: To exit or leave a vehicle. In this case, Jim was happy to “get off” or leave the airplane after such a bad flight.

To take off: When talking about travel, “to take off” is when the airplane leaves the ground.

To check in: To enter a hotel for the first time. Rachel “checked in” or entered the hotel at the scheduled time.

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