Aviation English Online www.icaeo.com: ICAO LEVEL Operational Level 4

Air Traffic Controller Candidate 1338
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4 Responses to Aviation English Online www.icaeo.com: ICAO LEVEL Operational Level 4

  1. mixedcrush says:

    i’ll be taking my 1st ELP exam soon hehehe. so nervous.

  2. icaoenglish says:

    Please go to practiceICAOenglish for a free aviation English lesson and help on how you can pass your ICAO English test.

  3. TeacherPhilEnglish says:

    @paulistrate “Wind farm produces cheaper electricity.” or “Wind farms produce cheaper electricity”

  4. paulistrate says:

    produces, not… produce!

    Rusty, am I wrong?

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