What's the difference between a 'crossing' and a 'crossroads'? Do these exercises to help learn words for the things around your town and find out!

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Intermediate: B1

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The first thing that I see is a roundabout, than an acrossing and finally a square.
Where I live there aren't traffic lights, it's a very small town.
We have three or four bus stops.
All of ours streets have streetlights, signpost and pavement.

I see trees and roofs.
(⊂●⊃_⊂●⊃)

I can see traffic lights, square, crossing and pavement near my home.

I can see squares, traffic lights, streets, street lights, pavements, cross roads, corners, bus stops and crossings

I live in a quiet place and can see none of these things except corners around the house. |・_・)ノ

Hi every one
where i live you can see roads , street lights, traffic lights , crossing and threre is no signposts or roundabouts

I live in Beijing, the capital of China, that is crowed city. So I can see crossings, roundabouts, roads, traffic lights everywhere. When i go to work on foot, i need to cross several crossing by the traffic lights.

Where I live there are roads, traffic lights, street lights, pavement, crossing... Lol
I think all of then, fewer roundabouts because almost always they are in country roads.

Hello everyone!!
I live near a bus stop and I can see traffic light,a crossing and crossroads.

The sea, the tip of a peninsula, the sky, clouds, sunshine.... hopefully!
♪₍๐•ᴗ•๐₎

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