- eliminate /ih-LIM-uh-neyt/
- transition /tran-ZISH-uhn/
- executive /ig-ZEK-yuh-tiv/
- framework /FREYM-wurk/
- evaluate /ih-VAL-yoo-eyt/
[verb] – to remove or take away someone or something
He was eliminated from the police investigation.
[noun] – a change from one form or type to another, or the process by which this happens
The healthcare system is currently undergoing transition.
[noun] – relating to making decisions and managing businesses, or suitable for people with important jobs in business
His executive skills will be extremely beneficial to the organization.
[noun] – a system of rules, ideas, or beliefs that are used to plan or decide something
The Constitution of the United States created a wide framework of government.
[verb] – to judge or calculate the quality, importance, amount, or value of something
The drug’s effects on patients’ behavior are extremely difficult to evaluate.
This year, Luton Airport will open a brand new Direct Air-Rail Transit (DART) system that will connect the airport terminal to the Luton Airport Parkway railway station, reducing the airport’s carbon footprint, according to the airport. The airport’s owner, Luton Rising, is planning to raise passenger counts to 32 million per year in the long run. Based on Graham Olver, chief executive officer of Luton Rising, green-controlled growth is the new framework for ensuring that promises made to the environment in the development of the airport are kept. Four legally binding criteria will be used to evaluate the plans: aircraft noise, air quality, greenhouse gas emissions, and public transportation use.
- How often do you travel by plane? Could you tell me something about it?
- Do you have hydrogen-powered machines in your country? Could you tell me about them?
- If you had money, would you invest in green air travel? Why or why not?
- Do you think hydrogen-powered planes will be available in ten years?
- Why do you think air travel could be cheaper in the future?