HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE THIS PIECE OF LUGGAGE? (1B2)

HAS AN AIRLINE EVER LOST A PIECE OF YOUR LUGGAGE? WHAT HAPPENED?

Wanna smile? Read these two amusing stories my colleague CRISTINA CABAL found on the Internet

♥Describing your Suitcase.I was flying into Boston last week and when I went to find my luggage, it seemed to be missing. So I went to the airlines customer service center to find out how to locate it. So the clerk asks me “Sir, can you describe your suitcase?” So I tell her, “it’s a hot pink suitcase shaped like a star”. She looks up and asks “Okay, and is there anything distinctive about your bag?”:)

Now , let’s learn how to claim your baggage if you unfortunately lose it .

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THANKS CRISTINA FOR YOUR USEFUL POST.

WHAT DOES THIS PIECE OF LUGGAGE LOOK LIKE?

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REMEMBER THE USEFUL LANGUAGE BOX YOU HAVE ON PAGE 12.

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Posted on November 8, 2016, in WORDS, DON´T COME EASY! (VOCABULARY) and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. It’s a suitcase greyish blue. It’s medium size and it´s made of synthetic material. It has three zippers and two wheels. It has also a logo on the front. See you tomorrow!!!

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  2. Adjectives before nouns…. It also has… (WO) at the front.
    THANKS, FERNANDO!!!

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