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Topic: Driving 2


Choose the word that best fits the sentence.
  1. Your ________ look a little flat. Maybe you should check the pressure.
    a. tires
    b. wheels


  2. In Germany it's possible to drive very fast on ________.
    a. pay roads
    b. highways


  3. P1: How long have you had your ________? P2: Since I was 19.
    a. driver's license
    b. driver's permission


  4. You have to turn right at the next ________.
    a. intersection
    b. intercross


  5. I couldn't see the other car in my ________ mirror.
    a. back view
    b. rear view


  6. Most people know that wearing a ________ is a good idea.
    a. car belt
    b. seat belt


  7. Don't ________. There's always a police car behind that tree.
    a. speed on
    b. speed up


  8. P1: Do you know how to drive ________? P2: No, I only know how to drive automatic.
    a. gears
    b. standard


  9. During ________, roads are normally very congested.
    a. rush hour
    b. hours of peak


  10. The front lights of a car are called ________.
    a. headlights
    b. taillights



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