Jumat, 27 Juli 2012
When you are riding your bicycle in the street and you came to a corner, you must watch the traffic policeman carefully. He will tell you what you can and cannot do.
When he is holding up his right arm, all traffic must stop. When he is holding his right arm out to his side, the traffic which is coming from in front of him must stop. When he is raising his arm up and letting it down again, the traffic from his right side may continue again. When he is holding his hand toward you, you must stop. In these and other ways, the traffic policeman help the traffic to move quickly.
1. All the traffic must stop when the police ...
A. is holding his right arm out to his side.
B. is holding his right arm up and letting it down again.
C. is holding his hand toward us.
D. is holding up his right arm.
E. is holding his wrist watch carefully.
2. Why must we watch the traffic policeman carefully?
A. Because he is holding up his right arm.
B. Because he is raising his arm.
C. Because he will tell us what we can and can't do.
D. Because he is holding his hand toward us.
E. Because all traffic must stop immediately.
3. When a policeman is holding his hand towards you, what would you do?
A. You can go on driving.
B. You have to stop your car immediately.
C. You turn your car to the right.
D. You turn your car to the left.
E. You park your car.
4. What is the function of the traffic policeman?
A. to bring people to court.
B. to catch a thief.
C. to help you get your driving license.
D. to help drives park their cars.
E. to help the traffic quickly.