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Unit 17 :
Describing British and American Vehicles
To be able to identify and use adjectives correctly.
Do you think adjectives are important?
Repeat the following words and phrases with your teacher and use them in a sentence.
- boot (n)
- bonnet (n)
- intersection (n)
- fire truck (n)
- sidewalk (n)
- subway (n)
- petrol (n)
In today’s lesson, we will be talking about different transportation terms used by Brits and Americans.
United States of America (US)
- Road trip
- Parking area
- Driver’s license
- Fire truck
- freeway/ highway
- License plate
- Turn signals
United Kingdom (UK)
- Car journey
- Car park
- Driving license
- Fire engine
- Number plate
Describing vehicles in the boxes.You will find many adjectives you can use to describe the different vehicles.
- dark green
- flat crooked
Read the dialogue aloud with your teacher.
Should we take a taxi or a bus to the mall?
Isn’t that a bus stop over there?
Yes…Oh! There’s a bus now. We’ll have to run to catch it.
Oh, no! We just missed it.
No problem. There’ll be another one in 10 minutes.
Arrange the letters to know the word and its meaning.
- A period of the day when traffic are at a peak —————— .(shahrour)
- A large motor vehicle to carry passengers ———————.(sub)
- A place where a bus regularly stops —————————-.(sub pots)
Share your ideas with your teacher.
- What kind of transportation do you use most often?
- What do you usually do when riding a train?
- What is your favorite color of a car?