I think couch might be used depending on where you live but I would always use sofa instead.
Where i live, we would probably use Couch, Sofa or Setee, the last 2 more predominantly.
Couch can be used.
I think we're more likely to say sofa. For some reason my mum always said 'settee' I think she thought it was posher than couch. The social distinction goes over my head though.
I always thought that 'sofa' is more posh than 'settee'.
Thanks a bunch! I'll change it to sofa.
Is it true that in the UK you can't get your licence until you are 17?
And what is a common theory question, please and thank you!
Yep and it is very difficult to get insurance before you 21 (particulary if you're a boy).Originally Posted by BleedINink
Link to goverement website on theory tests.
Hope I helped.
ETA: They don't seem to have much on the type of questions, sorry.
ETA,A: Here's a link with a free mock test, scroll down.
Thank you for all your help! But the link wouldn't open. :/
Which link?Originally Posted by BleedINink
Hope they work or you can just copy/paste.
Is the theory test written or computerized? The first link worked, I had to register at the site to take a mock test. You have some odd questions! Thanks!
Edit: What is a bay? As in "You see and meter zone sign, during the times list on the sign you should:A. park in a bay and pay."
Edit, again: Hey I got 32 out of 47, I failed but I did a good job of it!