Spoken English Phrases - Traffic & Commuting | English speaking practice Lesson

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Spoken English Phrases - Traffic & Commuting | English speaking practice Lesson
Welcome to our English speaking course from Mumbai. This is an English speaking practice lesson to improve your spoken English and learn key English phrases to talk about traffic and commuting. Watch the video as Niharika talks about 'transportation woes' and learn some useful English expressions and phrasal verbs that people use when they are talking about traffic and their daily commute into work. You can also learn how to answer some of the most common conversation questions on this subject. You could also join our English speaking course in Mumbai, Thane & Navi Mumbai to improve your English speaking skills. -
Listen for the following expressions in the video. Can you work out what they mean?
• Stuck in traffic
• Traffic congestion
• Transportation woes
• Gridlock
Traffic Expressions
Traffic jam -- a long line of vehicles on a road that cannot move or can only move very slowly.
Bumper to bumper traffic -- when cars are traveling so close together that their bumper bars are almost touching
Hold ups - a situation that stops something from happening or making progress
Road rage -- violence and angry behavior by car drivers towards other car drivers
Rush hour / Peak hour -- the time of day when the roads, buses, trains etc are most full, because people are travelling to or from work
Phrasal Verbs
Run out of (gas /petrol) -- "I ran out of petrol on the highway and had to wait for 1 hour until help arrived"
Pull over -- "I was driving too fast and the police signalled for me to pull over"
Pull out -- "the car pulled out right in front of me and I almost hit it"
Run over -- "I am so upset because this morning I ran over a cat on my way to work"
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शिक्षा - Education

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