Around town

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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Submitted by Oli on Thu, 13/06/2019 - 12:40

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I am a French-speaking guy. In this lesson, there is a fearfull false friend: in French, a square is a kind of a little park with some bench and some trees. When I was a child, I played ball there because it was strictly forbidden playing football.

Submitted by ngangan on Mon, 03/06/2019 - 05:46

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1. My friend and I offen meet in the town square. 2. In the city, street lights offen are located on street corners 3. In some citis, riding a bicycle on the pavement is prohibited 4. I got lost because there was signpost at the crossroads

Submitted by Damaris on Fri, 03/05/2019 - 01:13

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I see traffic lights, crossing and pavement

Submitted by curlyhair on Sat, 27/04/2019 - 15:00

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İn uk, roundabout is usually shown by signs written on the pavement without using wall on the contrary to my country. Traffic lights is standard in All ower the World although signposts could vary.
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Submitted by Rafaela1 on Tue, 23/04/2019 - 12:55

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I see trees and roofs. (⊂●⊃_⊂●⊃)

Submitted by Samirah on Tue, 23/04/2019 - 08:34

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

Submitted by marcasti on Mon, 15/04/2019 - 19:56

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I can see squares, traffic lights, streets, street lights, pavements, cross roads, corners, bus stops and crossings
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Submitted by Rafaela1 on Tue, 02/04/2019 - 09:26

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