Streets and roads

Do you know what a 'kerb' is? Do these exercises and learn what it and other words related to streets and roads mean.

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Average: 4.4 (19 votes)

Submitted by Samqaid on Tue, 11/05/2021 - 23:41

There are many beautiful streets in my town such as Al-Tarrar Street, Jamal Street, Airport Street, I love beside the Fifth road we can cross the roundabout safely and enjoy by driving on it. it is the nicer road and safeier

Submitted by Abrarhussain on Mon, 12/04/2021 - 12:38

In my area there are two main roads, one leads to the motorway. There are few beautiful streets near my house.

Submitted by Nayo on Fri, 12/02/2021 - 13:29

Where I live, roads are really narrow. I live in campaign so you don't have much visibility and you have to be carefull and drive slowly because you can easily cross tractor or animals. Furthermore, the roads don't always have cement so sometimes, there are hollows in them.

Submitted by Ramadan Zayed on Tue, 09/02/2021 - 21:43

Recently, my city is changed completely, the roads improve and lots of bridges were built, but still have a problem with people crossing because cars are driven on speedily and there is no places for people crossing. also in my city , there are roundabout like El Tahrier Square and it is easy to get lost because the street have poor signpost .

Submitted by Ancamar on Mon, 01/02/2021 - 21:43

The road where my house is situated, is a closed road , so there are not many cars driving on, only those of my neighbours. Along the street there is the pavement where you can walk and there’s no crossing or traffic lights. Before entering the street there is a signpost on the left side of the road, indicating that there is a closed street. It’s a very safe place therefore no police officer is needed in place.

Submitted by BlaiChan on Sun, 06/12/2020 - 02:29

I live on the corner of a junction with no traffic lights and cycle lane. So if you'd like to ride a bike, you get to ride among busy cars. It is quite not safe. And also, there is no police officer to control the traffic. You have to be careful, when you cross the road. The more the road is clear, the more chance you will be in danger cause most of the drivers never drive in limited speed.

Submitted by Asni on Wed, 23/09/2020 - 21:37

There are no roundabouts where I live. The streets are not very large, and there are lots of junctions with traffic lights and crossings. Police officers are always driving cars or motorbikes, if you see them standing on the street, it is because something is happening, but that's very rare. It is really easy to get lost in this city, because streets are very similar, fortunately, there are signposts everywhere that help you to find your way.

Submitted by Pola on Tue, 22/09/2020 - 18:30

I'm living in the small village so we've roads and streets very well are completely empty so much that it isn't have traffic lights in the city, and we've few junctions, signposts and crossing, and the police officers are in everywhere in the city.

Submitted by Issamu Abe on Tue, 15/09/2020 - 19:10

I live in a small town in the countryside called Sumaré. It's really hard to get around because of the bad traffic signs. Crossings are fading, for example. Most drivers are very disrespectful. It doesn't matter if you are walking or driving, you have to be very patient.

Submitted by Julián Pillajo on Wed, 02/09/2020 - 16:34

Hy, my name is Julián, i'm from Paute, Ecuador. where live my streets is bad, not is paved, apart is very dusty and the state not make nothing.