Mr. Smith : Oh. I know I'm ready. I've been practicing in my driveway all week.
Driving Officer : Okay. Mr. Smith. As I'm sure you are aware, you will not only be tested on your knowledge of the rules of the road, but on your behavior toward other motorists .
Mr. Smith : Okey-dokey .
Driving Officer : Okay. Now you can start your car.
Mr. Smith : Yeah, right. Here we go!
Driving Officer : Whoa! Take it easy. The speed limit in this business district is only 25 miles an hour. [Oh]. All right. Now, turn right at the next corner . . . [ This corner? ] Na, not here! Wow! You forgot to signal too!
Mr. Smith : Gosh. I didn't see that one, and . . . Ah, Could you grab my cell phone under my seat. [ Huh? ] Nah, I'll get it.
Driving Officer : Oh, Mr. Smith. Keep your eyes on the road!
Mr. Smith : Oh yeah.
Driving Officer : Okay. Now, pull over here and show me that you can parallel park.
Mr. Smith : Sure. Wait. Hey bud . Move your car. I was here first!
Driving Officer : Ah. Forget it. Just keep driving.
Mr. Smith : So, how am I doing? Can I just take a peek at your notes?
Driving Officer : No! And, uh, watch out. Mr. Smith. Now you're tailgating the vehicle in front of us.
Mr. Smith : Oh, yeah. I'm just so excited about getting my license today. [ Right. ].
Driving Officer : Okay. Now carefully, CAREFULLY turn right here, and wait, wait, WAIT . . .STOP!! You almost hit that pedestrian . How in the world did you pass the written test anyway? [ Well . . . ]You have to give way to any pedestrians crossing the street. Jeez !
Mr. Smith : Oh. sorry about that. It won't happen again.
[ Car screeching to a stop . . . ]
Driving Officer : Whoa! Get out! [ What? ] Get out! I'm driving back to the office.
Mr. Smith : Does this mean I didn't pass the test?
Driving Officer : Look, Mr. Smith. Could you do me a favor? When you come back to take the test again, plan on coming on Friday.
Mr. Smith : Again? Why? Is it less crowded that day?
Driving Officer : No. It's my day off.
Now, do these exercises to review the vocabulary. Then, return back to the Post-Listening Exercise to use the vocabulary in real conversations.