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To speak about city objects, you need the appropriate vocabulary. Part 2
  
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University - a place where people people study for an undergraduate (= first) or postgraduate (= higher level) degree;

Institute - an organization where people do a particular type of scientific, educational, or social work, or the buildings that it uses;

School - a place where children go to be educated;

Kindergarten - the first year of school, for children aged five;

Shop - a place where you can buy goods or services;

Fair - a large public event where goods are bought and sold, usually from tables that have been specially arranged for the event, and where there is often entertainment;

Avenue - a wide road with trees or tall buildings on both sides, or a wide country path or road with trees on both sides;

Street - a road in a city or town that has buildings that are usually close together along one or both side; 

Lane - a narrow road in the countryside or in a town;

Square - an area of approximately square-shaped land in a city or a town, often including the buildings that surround it;

Pavement - a path with a hard surface on one or both sides of a road, that people walk on;

Pedestrian - a person who is walking, especially in an area where vehicles go;

Traffic lights - one of a set of red, yellow, and green lights that control the movement of vehicles, usually at a point where two or more roads join;

Roadway - the part of the road on which vehicles drive; 

Bumpy road - not smooth road;

Crossing - a place where something such as a road, river, etc. can be crossed safely, or a place where a road and a railway meet and cross each other. 
 
Examples:

She was rejected the first time she applied to the university, but when she reapplied the following year she was accepted.

The institute derives all its money from foreign investments.

I bought a wooden salad bowl at the local craft fair.

He drives so fast along those narrow country lanes.

We drove along a narrow, bumpy road.
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