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Driver`s Manual
NOUN (PLURAL) [1]_______________________ VERB [13]_______________________
NOUN (PLURAL) [2]_______________________ NUMBER [14]_______________________
ADJECTIVE [3]_______________________ ADJECTIVE [15]_______________________
NOUN [4]_______________________ VERB ENDING IN "ING" [16]_______________________
NOUN [5]_______________________ NOUN [17]_______________________
NOUN [6]_______________________ NOUN [18]_______________________
ADVERB [7]_______________________ ADJECTIVE [19]_______________________
VERB [8]_______________________ ADVERB [20]_______________________
VERB [9]_______________________ NOUN (PLURAL) [21]_______________________
NOUN (PLURAL) [10]_______________________ VERB ENDING IN "S" [22]_______________________
ADJECTIVE [11]_______________________ SHAPE [23]_______________________
VERB ENDING IN "ING" [12]_______________________ NOUN [24]_______________________


NOTE: Some words may occur more than once.


Traffic           [1]          , signals, and pavement           [2]           do not always resolve traffic conflicts. A/An           [3]           light, for example, does not resolve the conflict between a/an           [4]           turning left at a/an           [5]           while an oncoming           [4]           is going straight through. The right-of-          [6]           rules help resolve these kinds of conflicts. They tell drivers who goes           [7]           and who must           [8]           in different situations.

- A driver approaching a/an           [5]           must           [9]           the right-of-          [7]           to           [10]           already lawfully using the           [5]          .

- If drivers approaching from           [11]           directions reach a/an           [5]           at about the same time, a driver           [12]           must           [13]           to approaching           [13]           going straight or           [17]          .

- At a/an           [5]           not controlled by           [1]           or signals, or where           [14]           or more drivers stop at STOP           [1]           at the same time and they are at           [15]           angles to one another, the driver on the left must           [11]           the right-of-          [7]           to the driver on the right.

- A vehicle           [16]           a/an           [17]           from a driveway,           [18]          ,           [19]           road, or any other place that is not a/an           [29]          , must stop and           [18]           the right-of-          [7]           to           [13]           on the           [29]          , and to pedestrians.

- Drivers must           [11]           to pedestrians           [20]           using marked or unmarked           [21]          .

- You may not enter a/an           [5]           if           [13]           are backed up on the other side and you cannot get all the way through the           [5]          . Wait until           [13]           ahead           [22]          , so you do not block the           [5]          .

- A driver entering a traffic           [23]          , sometimes called a/an           [24]          , must           [18]           the right-of-          [7]           to drivers already in the           [46]          .
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