Listen to the audio, and try to identify when prepositions of place and adverbs of place were used.
Questions: Where is the customer service desk? What should you do before returning the vehicle? Where should you drive the car to return it?
up (from phrasal verb pick up – adverb), from (preposition), in (check in – prepositional verb – preposition) inside (preposition), at the end (preposition) to the vehicle (preposition), for you (preposition), around (preposition), out (preposition), before (preposition), fill up (phrasal verb – adverb), into (preposition), wait for (prepositional verb – preposition) outside (adverb) after (preposition)
Answers: The customer service desk is at the end of the terminal. You should fill up the tank before returning the vehicle. You should drive the vehicle into the rental car return lot.
When picking up a rental car from our airport location, we require all customers to check in inside the customer service desk at the end of the terminal. Once the customer service representative takes your information, and confirms your reservation, he or she will walk you to the vehicle that is reserved for you. Together, you will walk around the vehicle and document any previous damage. Be careful when driving out of the lot and watch for pedestrians crossing the street. Before returning the vehicle, be sure to fill up the tank. Drive the vehicle into the rental car return lot and wait for a service representative to meet you outside. After a final walk-around and examination, you can return the keys and your booking is complete.
to require – need for a particular purpose, cause to be necessary
a/the vehicle – a thing used for transporting people or goods, especially on land, such as a car, truck, or cart
a/the pedestrian – a person walking along a road or in a developed area