In this lesson, we're going to focus on a real-life story.
Have you ever found it difficult to talk about an experience you had?
This example will help you improve your storytelling skills in English. You are also going to learn useful vocabulary related to cars and fuel.
"Last month, I was driving back home from work and I thought I had enough fuel in my car for that distance. When I was driving on the highway, I realised that I needed to fill up some fuel and I needed to get to the nearest petrol station. I didn't know where I could find an exit on the highway. The fuel gauge almost went down to empty. I pulled over in the emergency lane. I ran out of fuel so I had to call the police to help me. They called a tow truck for me which pulled me to the nearest petrol station. Finally, I filled up the tank, and was able to get back home."
Have you ever run out of petrol? What did you do?
Notice that we use PAST SIMPLE and PAST CONTINUOUS to tell stories about what happened to us.
It's really important to follow this rule so that you don't end up mixing tenses or, even worse, using Present Simple.
English Collocations with FUEL
VERB + FUEL
SWIM + NOUN
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