Question 69 What does the word disregard mean A Consider that transmission as

Question 69 what does the word disregard mean a

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Question 69: What does the word "disregard" mean ? A Consider that transmission as not sent. B Annul the previously transmitted clearance. C Wait and I will call you. D An error has been made in this transmission. Explanation: Disregard simply means, "ignore". Question 70: What phrase shall be used when asking for the readability of a transmission ? A How do you read ? B Read you loud and clear . C Read back . D Report readability . Explanation: The readability of a transmission is given according to a scale from 1 to 5. 1 means unreadable. 5 means perfectly readable. Question 71: What does the word "negative" mean ? A Permission not granted. B Consider that transmission as not sent. C Proposed action granted. D Disregard last instruction.
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Question 73: Must a "general call" be acknowledged"? A No. B Yes, from all stations in the sequence they have been adressed. C Yes, from all stations in a random sequence. D Yes, but only from the station first called. Explanation: A general call by ATC may be of interest to all stations on frequency but it does not need to be acknowledged. An example of a general call may be, "All stations, Le Bourget landing runway 07." Question 74: What does the word "acknowledge" mean ? A Let me know that you have received and understood this message. B Repeat all of this message back to me exactly as received. C Repeat all of your last transmission. D Pass me the following information. Explanation: For example, "Havoc 42P, RVRs 200, 300, 250. Acknowledge." Question 75: What does the word "approved" mean ? A Permission for proposed action granted. B That is correct. C I repeat for clarity or emphasis. D Authorized to proceed under the conditions specified.
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Explanation: For example, "Havoc 1901, engine run at idle power approved. Report complete." Question 76: Which word or phrase shall be used to indicate a separation between portions of a message ? A Break. B Over. C I say again. D Stop. Explanation: Note that this is different to the phrase BREAK BREAK which is used to indicate separation between between messages transmitted to different aircraft transmitted in a busy environment. Question 77: What does the word "cancel" mean ? A Annul the previously transmitted clearance. B A change has been made to your last clearance. C Consider that transmission as not sent.
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