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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #100583: Young drivers - Adjectives and Adverbs
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    Young drivers - Adjectives and Adverbs

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    1. I whether young drivers are better drivers than the old ones.

    2. Some people say, statistically speaking, younger drivers higher accident rates than the older ones.

    3. If old drivers were better drivers, car manufacturers try to hire young race car drivers, would they?

    4. I do not think that all young drivers are bad drivers. Some of them at least drive .

    5. Some people believe that no matter how carefully young people drive they have enough experience.

    6. On the contrary, older drivers get tired .

    7. My elder brother who finding fault with his sons says that the younger the drivers, the faster they drive.

    8. I have got to admit I was a fast and inexperienced driver when I was young and I still drive but more experienced.

    9. I think those who their best to improve their driving skills will be good drivers.

    10. I tried to improve my driving skills by reading articles about driving under different conditions and by asking experienced drivers.

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