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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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I live in a small town, when I go out, I can see multiple traffic lights , corners that lead to crossing lines, and normally, lots of traffic.

Near my home there are roads, pavements, traffic lights, crossroads, corners, street lights, crossing and sing posts.

I live in an area near the city center; therefore I can see a crossroad, the pedestrian crossing and the pavements, but there are neither traffic lights nor bus stop.

near to my home i can see street lights, trafic lights, roundabout, crossing, crossroad and signepost. I leave in the city center

I can see the road,crossroad,pavement and traffic lights from my window. Here is no square,signposts and roundabouts near my home. But it is crossroad and bus stop not far from my home.

I can see the corner and pavements from our balcony. the traffic lights are 5min away from our home. the bus stop is within walking distance from home.
there isn't crossing and roundabout near my home. there are street lights in front of my home to help people can see clearly.

I can see some corners and street pavements. ;)

We have new signposts around my community

Wow, it took me some time to consider "pavement." I almost forgot it's the BrE version for the AmE "sidewalk."

In my village, there are many traffic lights on the street. At night, they turn on the street lighs to help people can see the road clearly.

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