Flight attendants in Canada are required to make announcements in French on every flight. Here are three mispronounced French words we often hear in flight attendant announcements.
Module 6: Airline French tests for working flight attendants
What you'll learn:
Talk about your job as a flight attendant.
Talk about your travels during your free time on your flight passes.
Talk about the likes and dislikes of your job.
Talk about how you would handle hypothetical flight attendant scenarios.
Talk about your experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Includes 4 Bonus Lessons, containing mock airline oral French tests for you to practice.
Includes important tips and tricks to help you pass your airline French test and maintain your French qualification during retests.
And much, much more!
Module 1 (Lessons 1-20): Introductory French
Module 2 (Lessons 21-40): Airline French tests for aspiring flight attendants
Module 3 (Lessons 41-60): French for flight attendants on the job-Basics
Module 4 (Lessons 61-80): French for flight attendants on the job-Extended
Module 5 (Lessons 81-100): French for flight attendants on the job-Advanced
Module 6 (Lessons 101-120 and bonus lessons): Airline French tests for working flight attendants
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