For questions 41 – 55, read the text below and look carefully at each line. Some of the lines are correct, and some have a word which should not be there.
If a line is correct, write OK by the number . If a line has a word which should not be there, write the word next to it. There are two examples at the beginning (0 and 00).
o The idea of ticket less travel has been around us for a long time. us
00 Frequent flyers, especially those clever enough to be able to travel ,OK
41 with the hand-luggage only, have been looking forward to the era
42 of the E for Electronic ticket that it replaces messy pieces
43 bits of paper with a swipe of a credit card and a touch of a
44 screen. Now the time has come. Aberdeen airport was the only
45 first British Airways base to use of the new electronic ticketing
46 system, closely be followed by other UK airports. BA has
47 now been installed IBM developed electronic ticketing kiosks
48 across its entire domestic network. Already one traveller in ten
49 is using E-tickets to travel on BA domestic flights. Customers
50 with hand baggage who can book over the phone and check
51 in at a kiosk, using a BA Executive Club card for indentification.
52 The traveller may only needs to touch the screen to confirm or change
53 their seat before being issued a boarding card. On same-day
54 travellers can also check in for the return flight. It’s not
55 as totally hassle free yet, but it’s pretty close.