Accessed on Thursday, June 22, 2017 at 07:23:33 AM [GMT +0900]
   
       

 

Grammar Check: Using imperatives to give directions

Turn left at the bank.
Walk straight ahead.

Look at the sentences. Follow the directions. Write the building numbers. (7 points)

 

1. Go straight on King Drive to 3rd Street. Turn left and go straight 2 blocks. Cross the street. It'll be right in front of you.

2. Go up 2nd Street to Davis Street and turn right. Go two blocks and turn left at 4th Street. You'll see it on your right in the middle of the block.

3. Go straight to Davis, then turn right. Then go one more block. Cross the street. It's the first building on your left.

4. Go down King drive two blocks. Take a left on 4th. Then go one more block. It's on the southeast corner.

5. Go to 3rd Street and turn left. It's the second building on the right, across from the park.

6. Take 2nd Street to Davis Street and turn right. After you cross 3rd Street, it's the third building on the right.

7. Just go straight on King Drive. It's in the middle of the next block, on the left. It's between 3rd and 4th.

8. Take 2nd Street to Davis Street and turn right. After you cross 3rd Street, it's the third building on the right.


Vocabulary Check: Places around town

Read the sentences. Write a definition for each one. (8 points)

 1. a place where you can eat dinner

2. a place where you can buy a stereo

3. you can plan a trip here

4. a place to keep your money

5. you can watch a movie here

6. you buy stamps here

7. this store sells many different things: clothes, toys, tools...

8. you can sleep here

9. you buy food here