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  • paying attention when they are in charge. And then we also

  • in charge of something when you're the leader and someone

  • where someone isn't paying attention to what they're

  • teacher. I would say they're a backseat driver. So when you're

  • not just when you're driving. Uh it can also be any situation

  • classroom when I was looking out the window. Um later the

  • driving. If someone is in charge of a company and things

  • Someone might say oh they were asleep at the wheel. If the

  • are asleep at the wheel it will cause an accident. But this

  • quite common in some of your countries. But in my area it

  • think it actually helps me. I don't I think I can I think I

  • traffic. You can kind of just keep going. You always in

  • to build what's called a roundabout. Roundabouts are

  • are stoplights at an intersection. Sometimes it's

  • roads cross we would call that an intersection. Usually there

  • little stop sign helping kids cross the road. An

  • go to town. There are crossing guards in different places in

  • road by themselves. But it's much safer when a crossing

  • you might see a crosswalk. Usually these are marked with

  • little light and usually there's a stoplight and the

  • out of the car and and stretch a little before I kept driving.

  • would then say the police pulled me over. You don't want

  • where you're going and you can drive forward. So just a quick

  • almost everywhere in the world. It's called double parking.

  • decide to pull over. That's when you're on the road and you

  • go on to the side of the road. This person decided to pull

  • to parallel park. Where I can just drive in and not have to

  • Sometimes when you back out of your driveway you have to look

  • then you back beside them. So when you start your cars are

  • parallel to each other. Um this is something that was very

  • parking spot. And you park I think it's called parallel

  • along and you see a pylon you know that you should be more

  • of your driveway it means you're driving out. Sometimes

  • driveway. But in this situation you can see this person has

  • out. Etcetera etcetera.

  • So if you are facing away from your house you can pull out of

  • decided to pull into their driveway. So they pull into

  • backwards. So this is the opposite then of to pull into.

  • house. So you pull into your driveway. If you're in your

  • you've decided to go into the driveway in front of your

  • your house and you are going in reverse. So if you are in a

  • you back out of the driveway it means that your car is facing

  • lose your license. You might even go to jail if you hurt

  • this and you get caught you will probably get a DUI which

  • do this. It is illegal in almost every country in the

  • run a red light. It means that you're driving along and you

  • you go through it we say that you are running a red light.

  • this you endanger the life of other people. If you do this it

  • little too quickly. Um this person it's not a good example.

  • leave very much space. Let me stop this video. It's going a

  • someone off if you watch the black truck right there. So

  • deal. So I couldn't find a good video of this. But when you cut

  • And if someone says did anyone get hurt? And you might say no

  • another car. But yes a fender bender. Um so often if you say

  • indeed. But definitely when you're out driving you want to

  • own fault though. I turned too sharp and I I kind of hit

  • along the front. The fender is the piece around the wheels on

  • to avoid getting into any kind of collision especially a head

  • a fender bender. If you look at the dent in this car the dent

  • head on collision or if you hit someone head on. It means the

  • happen and I could not find a video of this actually

  • kind of ran over the curb as well. You never want to have

  • car and then I ran over the pop bottle so past tense. So when

  • run over the other day? Someone threw a pop bottle out of the

  • he's going to run over the grass and he's going to run

  • can run over a pop can. You can accidentally run over animals

  • over the curb. In English when you say that someone runs over

  • an intersection is a place where maybe in the city roads

  • or streets run north south and east west. And wherever those

  • can go through that intersection faster now because

  • who's not the leader keeps telling you how to do your job

  • places where you don't have to stop if you don't see any

  • that says they're allowed to walk across a little person a

  • experience. Especially if you get hurt. Um so hopefully none

  • driving along and you see pylons you know that there's

  • have another phrase backseat driver. So if someone sits in

  • to beat the rush. They Want to leave before everyone else

  • sometimes call it a car crash or just a crash. A car accident

  • In Canada or at least in my part of Canada we have started

  • most likely to experience a traffic jam or to get stuck in

  • doing. So literal translation you fall asleep while driving.

  • people will cross the road. A crossing guard is someone who

  • teacher keeps telling me how to do it. And they're not the

  • these children want to cross the road. Kids can cross the

  • Canada move to the right and go around the roundabout and then

  • more traffic. So between seven and 9 AM is rush hour. It's

  • the back seat and tells you how to drive we call them a

  • people can walk across the road. Usually there's a light

  • was some Something new for some people. So some people weren't

  • town to help large groups of kids walk across the road so

  • behind you and you'll hear their siren and light. You'll

  • go wrong because they weren't running the company right.

  • there is a roundabout. So this is something you should never

  • something. So when it's when there's inaction you might say

  • just to pull over and to relax a bit. Have a cup of tea. Enjoy

  • they can get safely to school. I think it's probably a nice

  • see this crossing guard has a stop sign in their hand and

  • English phrase is actually used for times when you're not

  • situations. Let's say I'm teaching a class and another

  • principal could say were you asleep at the wheel? So it's

  • They had road rage. So not a good emotion to have. If you

  • Sometimes on the news you'll hear that someone drove their

  • oh they were asleep at the wheel. Um if students let's say

  • Also used as a phrase to describe when someone isn't

  • I wasn't paying attention and students snuck out of my

  • put your hazard lights on those are the little flashing lights

  • we sometimes refer to that person as a backseat driver.

  • everyone a while to get used to it. I know roundabouts are

  • intersection. By the way you can see the white lines which

  • you get off on the proper road. Um we just received or got a

  • helps school aged children cross the road safely. You can

  • government decides if the government doesn't do

  • as nice in the middle of the winter. Because they do this

  • couldn't find one. But when you parallel park you are in the

  • just a stop sign. Um but an intersection is a place where

  • is a place where two roads or maybe more than two roads cross

  • sure how to use it properly. But a roundabout I like them. I

  • everyday. Crossing guards are out there every day. But yes a

  • sometimes when you are driving you need to pull over.

  • nice thing to do. Double parking is illegal. Even if you

  • roundabout in our local town a few years ago. So it took

  • Sometimes the police will pull you over. So notice you can

  • But I usually look for a parking spot where I don't have

  • But I would say the black vehicle has cut off I think

  • construction ahead. You should slow down. In Canada they are

  • over. Sometimes when you're driving the police will be

  • to parallel park. So I did eventually learn how to do it.

  • that that are usually amber or orange on the corners of your

  • in your mirrors and it's a little trickier. But when you

  • This is something you do when you park beside someone. So

  • down so that you don't hit something or don't do something

  • parking because you start by pulling up beside someone and

  • bumper. So when you tailgate it means you're driving you're

  • know that you need to stop. You know or stop or at least slow

  • backseat driver. But we also use this phrase in other

  • have a video for this one. It was very hard to find one. I

  • something you should never do. This is extremely dangerous.

  • difficult for me to learn. It's very hard for me to learn how

  • you either go straight or you decide to turn left or right.

  • always orange. Or mostly they're orange. They are always

  • to someone oh I got in a small accident on the way to work.

  • do. You should never fall asleep while driving. If you

  • see their lights and then you need to pull over. And you

  • vehicle. So do not double park. Never a nice thing to do. Uh

  • of the verb. So when I park my car I will often back in. And

  • over. Do you understand the difference? If I was tired, I

  • that would endanger other people. So if you're driving

  • are the crosswalk at this intersection. An intersection

  • light. So I changed it to a red light. I put a red. on it. You

  • or you could say it's where four roads meet or streets. Uh

  • someone. So when you back out when you are in a driveway and

  • easier way to do it. Um I like parking this way because then I

  • pull out a your driveway or when you pull out you can see

  • guard helps them. So usually in the morning and at night when I

  • driveway and you decide to leave you back out of your

  • you're driving your car and you park. They're already parked on

  • job in this fall and spring. But I think it's probably not

  • would pull over and I would just rest for a bit, maybe get

  • the side of the road. And then you park beside them. So not a

  • a parking spot. So you have a car you back your car into a

  • think about it. And this is something that is illegal

  • Uh when you pull pull into your driveway you're on the road and

  • cautious with your driving. Parallel parking. So I don't

  • you're driving you don't want to run over anything. You want

  • Where no one's really injured but your car gets a dent in it.