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Why when I go by a propeller in an airplane on the game the crew it goes to the loading screen on Ps4?
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Asked in Parts of Speech, Verbs, Nouns
Is crew a noun verb adjective or a pronoun?
The word 'crew' is a noun (crew, crews) and a verb (crew, crews, crewing, crewed). The noun 'crew' is a word for the group of people who operate a ship, airplane, or train; a group of people who work together at a specified job; a word for a thing. The verb 'crew' is to work as a member of a group who operate a ship, airplane, or train, or as a member of a group who work together at a specified job.
Asked in Flight Attendants
Do cabin crew members travel in the plane?
The cabin crew of an airplane is the reason they are there. The flight attendants are aboard for a number of reasons including but not limited to helping people during flight with questions, serving food and beverage as well as guidance during an emergency. So yes the cabin crew of an airplane company travel in the plane during their scheduled shift.
Asked in Airplanes and Aircraft
What do you call the male employee that assists passengers in an airplane?
Asked in Cars & Vehicles, Grammar
Is it 'on the airplane' or 'in the airplane'?
This depends on what you're trying to say. "On the airplane" implies that something is literally on the outside of the airplane, such as the logo, paint, or something sitting on the wings. "In the airplane" usually means that something is inside, such as cargo and people. However, sometimes people do say "He is on the airplane" to mean that he is a passenger or crew member -- this is not technically correct, but it has come to be common usage.