Do you like to drive? Do these exercises to learn words related to cars. Exercise Task 1 Exercise Task 2 Exercise Task 3 Exercise Task 4 Exercise Task 5 Exercise Discussion Do you know how to drive? What do you like or dislike about driving? Try another vocabulary lesson Language level B1 - Intermediate Select ratingGive it 1/5Give it 2/5Give it 3/5Give it 4/5Give it 5/5 Average: 3.7 (3 votes) Rate Yes. I know. What I like about driving is that its helps in exercising ones brain leading to physical and logical development. Log in or register to post comments I just know how to drive motorbike and bicycle. I think it is really difficult to drive a car. In my country where has a lots vehicles and transports, drivers of taxies and cars find some difficulties to move in. Some is so polite and always obeys the rules, others is rude and impolite. As for me, driving skills are so so important in daily life every person. When attending to drive, I just hope everyone always obeys the rules in transportation to protect your safety and for community Log in or register to post comments Driving is very essential in our life. We gain lots of opportunities to learn from own mistakes and others. At the same time It teach us how to be patient while facing difficulties. you can see individual differences . some are very polite and follows driving rules, in other hand some are not following rules. It is all about common sense, if you have a good sense of humour you will be a good driver, We can avoid accidents. in order to gain confidence we need to drive regularly. Do not afraid to drive, it is an essential life skill. Log in or register to post comments I do not know driving completely. But i like safe driving. as it is necessary in day to day life. Driving helps in making us dependent. if you know driving, you can go anywhere . it saves our time and we can help our family member and others also. the disadvantage of the driving is we can see more vehicle on roads. which causes environmental issue, noise pollution and heavy traffic on roads. Log in or register to post comments Driving is a must have skill to survive in Western countries. I am driving car since 2009 and I have mix kind of experience. I must say it is life saver especially during bad weather such as in winter or scorching summer. However, one should also consider its drawback such as high maintenance, high cost petrol ( we say "gas" in USA and Canada), and of course not eco-friendly. The most irritating situation is when I have flat tyre in the middle of storm or heady snow flow. Besides all these, I still love driving car. To admin, Please make some comments. what is right spelling of wheel: tyre or tier ? Thanks Log in or register to post comments Hello piyush_bpin, In the UK we write tyre, while in the US the standard spelling is tire. Tier is not correct. Peter The LearnEnglish Team Log in or register to post comments Thank you. Which one should I use during IELTS exam? Log in or register to post comments Hello again piyush_bpin Both British and American English (as well as other varieties) are accepted on the IELTS exam, though as much as you can, you should be consistent about using one variety. All the best Kirk The LearnEnglish Team Log in or register to post comments Log in or register to post comments I have got my driving license since 20 years ago. Hence, I am a skilled driver. I like to drive when the weather is good and cooling. I had a bad experience of driving during a summer in Australia when temperature hit 40 degree celsius. The condition on the road was very dry and hot making it very dangerous for the driver. Log in or register to post comments Pagination First page first Previous page previous Page 1 Page 2 Current page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Next page next Last page last Are you ready to take your vocabulary to the next level? Join thousands of learners from around the world who are making great progress with their English vocabulary with our online courses. Find out more
In the UK we write tyre, while in the US the standard spelling is tire.
Tier is not correct.
The LearnEnglish Team
Hello again piyush_bpin
Both British and American English (as well as other varieties) are accepted on the IELTS exam, though as much as you can, you should be consistent about using one variety.
All the best
The LearnEnglish Team