Lesson 13: Driving

EY! for Teens

EY! for Teens Year 2 Lesson 13 Quizlet

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EY! for Teens Year 2 Lesson 13: Driving


Please prepare for your next lesson by writing down your answers to the questions below. Please use the same notebook every time to make it easier for you to review in the future.



  1. Name three rules you have to obey while driving in Japan. Are these rules for driving in the city, in the countryside, on the highway or general driving rules?
  2. Which of these rules do you think is the most important? Why?
  3. How many people in your family can drive a car? Does anyone have a special license to drive any other vehicles?
  4. How often do you use a car? Do you prefer driving or using public transportation?
  5. Are the drivers in the area where you live good drivers or not? Why do you think so?
  6. Are you looking forward to getting your driver’s license? Why or why not?

If there is time, please ask your teacher Question 4 and Question 5.


Model Answers: Let’s Ask Risa

  1. Stop your vehicle when the traffic light turns red, obey the speed limits and don’t drink alcohol if you are driving. I think these are all general driving rules, although there are different speed limits depending on where you’re driving.
  2. I think stopping at red lights is the most important rule to follow. If people ignored the traffic lights, it would be very easy to become involved in an accident.
  3. Two, my mother and my father. My mother has an ordinary driver’s license but my father has a heavy vehicles license as he has to drive trucks for work sometimes.
  4. I use the car every time we go somewhere as a family, like out to dinner. I also get a ride to the train station sometimes when it’s raining. I prefer driving as it’s more private and you don’t have to deal with strange people.
  5. I think so. There are very few car accidents in my area. There are some young boys on scooters that ride around sometimes – they’re not good drivers at all, though I’m sure they think they are.
  6. Yes, I am. I think it will be good to independent and be able to go for a drive whenever I feel like it. Of course, I’ll need my own car first!