Going by car

Explain in your own words what you have to do, or what each of these markings or signs indicates.


Albina.nickf

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1 I need to limit the speed to 50.
2 I need to things with an illuminated light on a traffic light.
3 I need see this sign i should slow down and give way to pedestrians.

mktbin

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1.I need to go with speed of under 50 km/hour.

2. first i will to see the traffic light it is green and allow to go for me or stay for some time if light is red.

3. i need to see indication by way of sign and take a decesion accordingly

thanks

Owen Morgan

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1 I need to limit my speed to 50.

2 I need to obey the illuminated light on a traffic light.

3 If I see this sign I should slow down and give way to pedestrians.

Great!

godofcows

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The only thing i dont under stand and it might just be me... I need two thing. Is the correct way of saying it... You see there is really three types of to's. here: Two, to, too. The first to is. Two this is a number and a cant explain it unless i have a pichture. th second one is to. this is used in a sentince like: "I'm going to U.S. The lest one is too. This means to be the same like lets say a friend got her hair cut and you got one too. See i used too. Well use it like this: "I got my hair done too!"

Hoop this was use full.

Owen Morgan

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Hey man, I don't think that second sentence is right at all, thats why people have tried to adjust the whole sentence instead of just the odd word, if you change to to two you still get

I need two things with an illuminated light on a traffic light.

Which still makes no real sense in this context! But you are right of course for the sentence 'I need two things' thats the only form of two that works.