Monday, January 02, 2017

Life Pre-Intermediate 3C Last Days of the Rickshaw p. 38-39

(Supplemental Materials for Specific Textbooks--Life Pre-Intermediate)

Lead-in (docs, pub) --lead-in questions taken from here
Vocabulary Matching cards (drive, docs, pub)--I combined the transport vocabulary from this lesson with reviewing the transport vocabulary from lesson 3A.
Doraemon Backs to the Board: drive, slides, pub (the same vocabulary as on the cards--i.e. also a combination of the transport vocabulary from lesson 3A and 3C).

At what age does the average person obtain a driver's license in your country?

Can you ride a motorcycle?

Do you drive a car often?

Have you ever gotten a parking ticket?

Are there speed limits in your country? If so, what is the average speed limit?

Do you have a bicycle? If so, when did you get it? How much did it cost? How often do you ride it? What color is it?

Do you have a car? If not, does your family have a car?

Do you have a driver's license? If so, when did you get it?

Do you often ride public transportation during rush hour?

Do you often use public transportation?

Do you ride a bicycle more than once a week?

Do you always wear a seat belt when you are riding in a car?

Does your mother have a driver's license?

Have you ever been in a traffic accident?

Have you ever been stopped for speeding? (Have you ever gotten a speeding ticket?)

Have you ever missed your last train or bus home? If so, how did you get home that night?

Have you ever ridden a horse?

Have you every carpooled?

How do you get to school?  How long does it take?

How much is the bus fare in your city?

How do you think countries can reduce congestion on the roads?

How many times have you traveled by airplane?

How much does gasoline cost is your country?

Is parking a problem in your city? (shopping malls, etc)
Taken from:

machines with engine for transporting people, e.g. car or bus
people who travel to work every day
rush hour
period in a day when lots of people travel to and from work
traffic jam
long line of vehicles on the road
road work
construction or maintenance on part of a road
petrol station
place to fill your car with petrol
speed limit
the maximum speed you can legally drive
people on foot in a town or city
pick up
to collect someone who is waiting for you
drop off
to take someone or something to a place, usually by car as you travel somewhere else
get off
to leave a bus, train, aircraft, or boat
to get on a bus, train, etc in order to travel somewhere
to arrive too late to get on a bus, train, or aircraft
to travel somewhere by using a bus, train, car, etc, or by using a particular road:

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