در مجموعه برنامه های ۶ دقیقه آموزش زبان  BBC  هر بار با یک موضوع روبرو می شویم ، این قسمت پیرامون سفر هوایی با جاکی و کالوم همراه خواهیم شد ، در ادامه با لغات این درس نیز آشنا خواهیم شد

London Heathrow is one of the world’s busiest airports and it’s still growing – much to the anger of some people, who are worried about the effects of more flights than ever. Join Jackie and Callum as they hear views for and against allowing more and more planes to fill the skies.

This week’s question: How many passengers travel through Heathrow airport annually?

a) 45 million

b) 67 million

c) 78 million

لغاتی که در این برنامه آموزشی پیرامون سفر هوایی با آن ها آشنا شدیم را در زیر میخوانیم

 

the impact
the effect
Example: Many people are worried about the impact of flying on the environment.

quality of life
how good or bad your life is (shown, for example, by how healthy, happy and wealthy you are)
Example: The quality of life in this part of the world is terrible.

carbon dioxide / CO2
a gas created when animals breath out, when carbon is burned in air or when animals and plants decay

carbon emissions / CO2 emissions
carbon dioxide released into the air (scientists believe the rise in CO2 emissions is harming the environment)

a carbon footprint
a measure of how much effect human activities have on the environment in terms of how much CO2 they produce.
Example: He must have a huge carbon footprint, he takes so many flights!

a boom
a big increase
Example: There’s been a boom in air travel.

a low-cost carrier / a budget airline
an airline that offers cheap tickets and doesn’t supply many of the traditional services (e.g. free meals) that other airlines offer

the expansion
the growth, increase in size
Example: He thinks the expansion of the airport is a good thing.