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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #8087: Dialogue : To book a flight
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    Dialogue : To book a flight


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    -Hi! I’m calling (                    ) a (2 words - Space) (                                   ) to London. (2 words - Space)

    -Good morning sir, when do you want (                       ) ? (2 words - Space) -I’d like to leave (                       ) May 10 th and 12 th, do you have seats (                             ) ?

    -Yes sir, it’s possible, do you want a (                          ) (2 words - Space) or a (                       ) one?

    -A full fare one. Do you have a morning (                    ) ?

    -Yes (                          ) one at 6 o’clock on May 10 th. (2 words - Space)

    -What time is the (                          ) please? (        ) 5.30 sir.

    - It’s OK, I (              ) it now.







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