4. Learning How to Drive (2)


A: Do you want to practice your driving right now?

B: No problem. We can do it right now.

A: Are you buckled up?

B: All right. Now what do I do?

A: Start the car.

B: Which way do you want me to go?

A: Take a left.

B: How far do you want me to go?

A: I'll tell you when to stop.

B: Just make sure to tell me beforehand.

A: We're back now, so why don't you try parking?

B: Well, that was fun. Let's do it again soon.


A: Let's go practice your driving.

B: If that's what you want to do, then we can.

A: Did you buckle your seatbelt?

B: I'm buckled up. What's next?

A: You need to start the car now.

B: What do you want me to do?

A: Go left.

B: How far should I go?

A: I'll let you know when I want you to stop.

B: Tell me before you want me to stop.

A: All right, try parking here.

B: Thanks. Let's go driving again tomorrow.


A: Do you think we can go driving right now?

B: Yeah, sure. Let's go.

A: Buckle up.

B: All right. Now what?

A: Now you put the key in the ignition and start the car.

B: Which direction should I take?

A: Make a left on this next street.

B: Tell me how far to go.

A: Keep going until I tell you to stop.

B: Okay, but let me know ahead of time.

A: That's all for today, so park right there.

B: That was great. Thanks for taking me driving.

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