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Directions: 1.Read or listen to the sentences about each vehicle. 2.Click on the picture that tells about that vehicle. Click to listen
I come in many colors and sizes. I move on land. I have four wheels. Who am I? Click to listen
Good try, please try again. BACK
I move on the water. I can carry people to different places. I need wind to move. Who am I? Click to listen
I move in the air. I carry many people at one time. I can move very fast. Who am I? Click to listen
I move on land. I carry cargo or people. I do not need a road to move, I use tracks. Who am I? Click to listen
I move in the water. I carry cargo in big crates. I do not need wind to move, I have an engine. Who am I? Click to listen
I move in the air. I can carry some people, but not many. I can land on top of buildings. Who am I? Click to listen
I move on land. I have two wheels. I do not have an engine. Who am I? Click to listen
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