Roads are dangerous places for people on foot. Watch this video to find out how to stay safe when crossing roads in the UK.

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Do the Preparation task first. Then watch the video or listen to the audio. Next go to Task and do the activity. If you need help, you can read the Transcript at any time.

Task 1

Put the topics in the order you hear them.

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Task 2

Can you find the spelling mistakes in these sentences?

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In my country there are laws about crossing the roads, but frequently drivers do not respect to pedestrians. I live in México.

there is no rule of traffic just have a go situation very tough to drive with traffic rules

hi,

As a pedestrian we have to safe by ourselves, otherwise we may face accident. In some countries  pedestrians think they have a right to use any time any where to cross the road .They cross road like a snail without thinking about the waiting vehicles for them.

In my country,Turkey has lots of traffic laws. For example when a red light is opened,people must stop,cars move across. Moreover when a green light is opened,cars wait for people and people move across. Although there are lots of traffic laws in Turkey,many traffic accident occur. On the one hand some drivers are very fast and careless. Briefly,As long as people want to live a good world,initially they have to obey the traffic rules.

In Japan,there are different type of traffic lights .these pedestrian traffic lights act on green light to ring melody or birds song.It's useful for people who have bad eyesight.
I think that we're almost keep the traffic laws in Japan.we have been instructed that the green traffic light means "You are allowed to go if it is safe."in the driving school.Pedestrians safety is the top of priority!!
we have to learn about the traffic laws and driving technics or something and have to pass the driving license test which we have to get more 90 points.it's so hard.
Probably  I will stop my car and wait on crossing at red traffic light ,even if nobody there at midnight.
Am I too honest ? 

I don't know if you to honest or not, but in Russia we must stop at the red light even there is nobody crossing the road. If you don't you will have penalty.

 In my country,it is turkey,we have  a lot of traffic accidents in roads.Despite of  huge traffic fine,there is no decrease in accidents.It is no crucial whether you walk in pavement or not,every time the car exaggrating speed limits can be find pedestrians in the pavement. this scheme have  reiterated in every town.government hamper or diminish like this situations,ı consider,in primary school, traffic lectures have been taken substantially.that is one of  the way that can be restrained traffic terror

In my country evrybody breaks the rules OMG

 traffic here is terrible, sometimes pedestrians walking on a pavement  suffer serious accident because of bad guys controlling vehicles. when it comes to rush hour, many vehicles can move even on pavements, they seems not to be able to wait longer. Finally, pedestrians have to walk on roadway. Oh my god!

hi; i lessning it:s good  .sory my writing is bad

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