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Pre-Flight Safety Briefings
As part of their pre-departure duties, the cabin crew give a safety briefing to passengers that includes the emergency evacuation of the aircraft.
This briefing will refer passengers to their safety briefing cards but will always include pointing out exit locations and floor path lighting for use in poor visibility.
- Pre-Departure DutiesDeveres Pré-Partida
- Present (verb)Apresentar
- Exit LocationsLocais de Saída
- Floor Path LightingLuzes de Emergência do Piso
- Poor VisibilityVisibilidade Ruim
The briefing will advise on the availability of evacuation slides at exits and may give instructions on how to open exits. passengers seated in emergency exit rows at overwing exits where no cabin crew are located may be individually briefed on how to open these in the event of an emergency.
- Evacuation SlideEscorregador de Evacuação
- Exit RowsFileiras de Saída
- OverwingSobre as Asas
If an airborne emergency occurs which makes an evacuation on landing likely, then the Cabin Crew will provide more detailed instructions if the time available permits.
- Aiborne EmergencyEmergência no Ar
Now watch the video, and then answer the questions
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Which airline was this video made for?
What is the purpose of a pre-flight safety briefing?
I think that this video is funny (engraçado). Why do you think that the airline chose to make this important safety video funny?
When you are a passenger, how often do you listen to the safety briefing?
To practice your listening skills. Try to transcribe (transcrever) the video. After you have transcribed it. Record yourself reading the script and compare your accent to the accent on the video. You can write your answers in the comments section below, or send them to firstname.lastname@example.org