Conversation Topics for English Learners: Near Accident

Have you ever been in an accident or witnessed an accident? What did you do? What did others do? Today’s conversation topic for English Learners is “Near Accident”. Imagine you’re witnessing a near accident. What would you say? What would others say? Here are a few suggestions:
— A boy is riding his bicycle on the street in front of your home. He takes his hands off the handle, the bicycle loses control, and it almost hits a moving car on the street. You go see if the boy is ok and talk to him. What would you say? What would the boy say?
— You’re sitting at the bus stop, talking to a colleague, when you see a sportscar speeding and changing lanes often. Suddenly, a car pulls in front of the sports car, and you see the sportscar stop suddenly. What would you say to your colleague? What would your colleague say to you?
— You’re driving on the way to work, when all of a sudden, the car in front of you stops. You veer around the car, just in time, avoiding to hit it. You spilled your coffee all over your work shirt. What would you say to your boss? What would your boss tell you?
It is quite often that accidents happen, so whenever you witness a near accident instead of a real accident, that’s a sign of good luck.

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