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: 3.8 (9 votes) Rate 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 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 I've just got my driving license for cars a week ago (I've already been having one for motorbikes for around 5 years) and it's a really amazing, but at the same time, sometimes really frightening experience to drive so far. Sometimes I feel like I'm not really prepared for unexpected situations yet, but in normal traffic conditions, I think it goes quite well. I'm a woman and I really enjoy being able to drive a car. In this fast-paced modern world, I think it's a really huge advantage, and it gives lots of freedom knowing that I can drive anywhere, anytime and that I don't need to depend on other people if I need to do a big shopping and so on... :) Although I still need to practice a lot as a beginner car driver, I'm sure that being able to drive is a wonderful thing, which gives us much more freedom and flixibility as we don't need to depend on public transport schedules and change buses several times to get from one point to another. We can save lots of time as we don't need to stand in the bus stop waiting for the bus to come, thus we can fill our days with more useful activities. Log in or register to post comments The world has been changed and the way we move have been changed too , the new generation does not interresting in learning how to drive a car , they don´t need anymore , they call for Uber now , it is more practical , easy and cheaper than own a car, and in the future they will share a AI car´s without a driver . It´s very different from formerly where the dream of every lad were to own a car Log in or register to post comments I don't like very much driving but it is necessary to be independant in moden life. Log in or register to post comments Hello Actually driving is very amazing experience, every one should to learn how to drive car, go fast across the street seeing trees mountains seaside and people. When you want to arrive to your an appointment at time you have to drive car to reach to your place as soon as possible. Log in or register to post comments It is good for us that we should know how we can call them in English Log in or register to post comments Log in or register to post comments Hey, How can I look for a speaker for practice English? Log in or register to post comments Pagination First page first Previous page previous Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Current page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Next page next Last page last
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