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Real Life: Transportation (2)
Mike decided to ride his bicycle so he went to the park by ..........
He took the ......... streets rather than the busy highway because he felt safer on the streets that go throughout the city. Highways and freeways are very busy and the cars drive at high speeds on those kinds of transportations systems.
Some cities allow big signs to be put on the side of the road for advertising purposes. These are called bill ..........
He briefly got lost but the street ......... helped him find his way again.
Pedestrians should walk on ......... whenever possible. This is better and safer than walking on the busy roadways.
Both America and Canada have extensive ......... systems that allow drivers to travel long distances at relatively high speeds.
In order to use some bridges, drivers must be willing to pay a .......... This is a fee that certain cities, counties etc. implement in order to collect funds for future construction and maintenance costs.
In order to save money on gasoline and to help the environment, workers will sometimes arrange a system where one man or women picks up other co-workers in his or her car and all go to work together in the same vehicle. This is called ..........
In the United States and in Canada, pedestrians always have the right-of-way. This means that if a pedestrian is crossing the road, a car must ......... to that person and let him or her pass before the driver is allowed to resume driving.
"Do I need to turn off of the highway soon to get to the supermarket?" Jane asked Steven. He replied, "Yes. You need to take the next ......... and then turn right once you get to the stop light."