Learn vocabulary about CARS in Englishby amombi florence wp admin
What's this? Car vocabulary. Little pink car there, picture of a car, and camera. I guess I'm teaching you guys car vocabulary today. I actually know this car, this is my daughter's car. I don't know what it's doing here, but it could be used to teach you guys some English today. So, that's what we're going to do. All right, let's do this. There's even a marker. So, hi. I'm Alex. Thanks for clicking, and welcome to this lesson on car vocabulary. Now, today, we're just going to look at the different parts of a car and their names in English. And when you're done, you can actually go, do the quiz, test your understanding of this material. So, I'm going to look at this car. We'll start from the front. Okay? Here we have these two lights. Now, these aren't just called "lights" in English. You could say, you know: "My lights are broken." Or: "The lights are too bright." Specifically, because they're at the front or at the head of the car, these are called "headlights". Okay? So I'm just going to write that here, "headlights". Okay. I'm sorry for the writing there. Now, specifically, you know, when your lights are normal, we call them, you know, your headlights. When you are driving on a dark country road and you need your headlights to be very bright, and you need to, you know, click them one further so it's very bright and you can see further, those are actually called your "high beams". So you can turn your high beams onor off. So, we have headlights and we also have high beams. So, you know, if you're driving with a friend and they say: "It's too dark. Turn on the high beams." And if you see another car coming, you might say: "Whoa, whoa. Did you know? STAG-300 Premium controllers guaranty quality, prestige, and reliability. Love Tarot
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