Sunteți pe pagina 1din 5

A A A A VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT

Cars
Lesson code: 1ZSI-L7CA-XGCD INTERMEDIATE
American English

1 Car parts

Label the car parts with the words below:

bumper door handle headlight hood


license plate roof side mirror tail light
tire trunk windshield windshield wiper

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
LE

1/4
AB

You can review this worksheet online at www.linguahouse.com/ex


Review your flashcards at least 3-5 times a week for 20 minutes to keep the material fresh in your memory.
PI

O
c
Linguahouse.com OC
P H OT
Cars
A A A A VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT

Now complete the sentences below:

1. Remember to check your before passing the car in front of you.


2. I can't open the door. I think the is broken.
3. It's raining now. You should turn on your .
4. There's no space for your bags in the car. You'll have to put them in the .
5. I can't see anything. The is very dirty.
6. I need to open the to check the engine.
7. The police stopped me because my was broken.
8. Did you manage to read the of the thief's car before he drove away?

If you drive a car, answer any of the questions below:

1. When should you check your side mirrors?


2. How often do you open the hood of your car? What for?
3. Do you have a spare tire in your trunk?
4. Have you ever been stopped by the police because of a broken tail light?

2 Driving phrasal verbs


Maria is having a driving lesson. Read what her instructor says to her and match the underlined
phrasal verbs to their definitions.

1. You can't drive forward, so you'll need to back up a little in order to get out.
2. Okay, I'm going to drive now, so please pull over.
3. There's a 40 mph speed limit. Please slow down.
4. Look carefully before you cross the intersection. You don't want to crash into another car!
5. Make sure the door is locked after you get out of the car.
6. You're driving too slow. You can speed up a little.

a. drive faster
b. drive slower
c. exit (a vehicle)
d. reverse
e. stop at the side of the road
f. suddenly hit something and damage the car
LE

2/4
AB

You can review this worksheet online at www.linguahouse.com/ex


Review your flashcards at least 3-5 times a week for 20 minutes to keep the material fresh in your memory.
PI

O
c
Linguahouse.com OC
P H OT
Cars
A A A A VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT

3 Interior car parts

Label the car parts with the words below:

brake clutch dashboard


gas pedal gear shift glove box
rear-view mirror steering wheel stereo

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

Now complete the sentences below:

1. Remember to check your before braking.


2. Use the and to change into second gear.
3. I can't slow down! The isn't working!
4. I can't listen to any music while I drive. A thief stole my .
5. I'm pressing the but the car isn't going any faster. Something's wrong.
6. There must be some snacks somewhere. Can you check in the ?
7. The shows how much gas you have in your tank and how fast you are driving.
8. It's a very sharp corner, so turn the all the way to the left.
LE

3/4
AB

You can review this worksheet online at www.linguahouse.com/ex


Review your flashcards at least 3-5 times a week for 20 minutes to keep the material fresh in your memory.
PI

O
c
Linguahouse.com OC
P H OT
Cars
A A A A VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT

If you drive a car, answer any of the questions below:

1. When/why do you check your dashboard?


2. When should you check your rear-view mirror?
3. What do you keep in your glove box?
4. Has your stereo ever been stolen?
5. Do you drive a manual or automatic car? Why?

4 Describing cars
Match the underlined adjectives to their definitions:

1. I've had this car for 10 years without any problems. It's very reliable.
2. This car is extremely economical. I don't need to spend too much money on gas.
3. The Koenigsegg CCR does 0 to 60 in 3.2 seconds and has a top speed of close to 250 mph. It is
the world's most powerful car.
4. Smart cars are very eco-friendly they do not generate any harmful gas emissions.
5. The new Honda Civic is a very affordable car. It's much cheaper than similar cars in its class.

a. able to continue to work properly


b. having great strength
c. inexpensive, reasonably priced
d. not harmful to the environment
e. not wasting fuel

5 Talking point
Discuss any of the questions below:

1. Do you enjoy driving? Why/why not?


2. Is it easy to drive in your home country?
3. Do you have a favorite car make?
4. What car do you drive? Why?
5. What car would you like to own?
6. What features of a car are important to you?
LE

4/4
AB

You can review this worksheet online at www.linguahouse.com/ex


Review your flashcards at least 3-5 times a week for 20 minutes to keep the material fresh in your memory.
PI

O
c
Linguahouse.com OC
P H OT
Cars - Key
A A A A VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT

1- Car parts

1. headlight 2. hood 3. windshield wiper 4. windshield


5. roof 6. side mirror 7. trunk 8. tail light
9. door handle 10. tire 11. bumper 12. license plate

1. side mirror 2. door handle 3. windshield wipers 4. boot


5. windshield 6. hood 7. tail light 8. license plate

2- Driving phrasal verbs

1. d 2. e 3. b 4. f 5. c 6. a

3- Interior car parts

1. steering wheel 2. dashboard 3. rear-view mirror


4. stereo 5. glove box 6. gear shift
7. gas pedal 8. brake 9. clutch

1. rear-view mirror 2. clutch and gear shift 3. brake


4. stereo 5. gas pedal 6. glove box
7. dashboard 8. steering wheel

4- Describing cars

1. a 2. e 3. b 4. d 5. c

LE

i
AB

You can review this worksheet online at www.linguahouse.com/ex


Review your flashcards at least 3-5 times a week for 20 minutes to keep the material fresh in your memory.
PI

O
c
Linguahouse.com OC
P H OT