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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Near my home, there is a crossroad. After a few meters, There are crossing, signposts, bus stops, traffic, etc. The pavements in the city I live arent wide enough.

I'm living in a village,so,no traffic lights there or roundabouts,there is just crossroads and crossings.

when I get out of my house the first thing I see is the pavement, after few meters I reached crossroads which have traffic lights and signposts.

I'm leaving in a busy city which has a terrible traffic. Although there are traffic lights at corner, people here don't follow. Some people always try to drive as fast as they can when the traffic lights turning yellow, even though when it turns red. It seems more terrible than at crossroads with not clearly signposts. Especially, It's truly a chaotic traffic at the rush hour. On pavements, citizens use for their personal purpose such as parking, selling food, no where for walking. Almost people have to walk on the roads. I wish the government finds out efficiently solutions to solve this problem soon.

I have seen many of these things near my home such as signposts, traffic lights, crossings, streetlights, pavements and a roundabout.

There are all of them near my home.

I see near my home a lot of them like crossing,traffic lights ,cross roads and ...

Near my home, there are roads, crossroads, crossings, traffic lights, street lights, pavements, and a square.

Hello. Near my house has a road and a corner. The children like to drive on a bicycle on the corner.

while driving from my home to outside, I used to to take one of two roads.
Both of them I have to go through a roundabout inside the community for exit to the gate to another roundabout in the main road.After that I can take the first exit to take the first road or drive like 7KM then take the exit to be in the second one.

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