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Exercise 6

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The History of the Automobile

Read the text about the history of the car and answer the questions on the text with keywords or short sentences.
The first car was produced in Mannheim in 1885 by Karl Benz. Since then cars have driven over all of the world. Clärenore Stinnes from Mülheim an der Ruhr was the first person to drive around the entire world in 1927. Carl-Alex Söderström drove with her and it took them 3 years.
Women have played an important role in the history of the car. The first person to ever drive the 1885 Benz Motorwagen on the street was Bertha Benz. Bertha was married to Karl Benz and helped him get the money to build the first car. So she did the first test drive. In 1886 she drove from Mannheim to Pforzheim and back, to show the world that cars were good for driving long distances.
But to make the car become popular all over the world, it took an American called Henry Ford. The Henry Ford Company based in Dearborn, Michigian, a town near Detroit, started building the “Ford Model T” in 1908. From then until 1927, 15 million cars were built in the US. Because so many were built, they were cheap. Making it the first car a regular worker could buy with the money he earned. The “Model T” could drive as fast as 72 km/h.
Today the fastest car in the world, the Bugatti Chiron, can drive up to 420 km/h. A challenge for all companies building cars is the switch from fuel powered engines1 to cars run on electricity. This is a very important task.
1.
Who produced the first car?
2.
When did the first person drive once around the globe?
c)
From where did Bertha Benz drive to Pforzheim?
d)
Where is Dearborn, Michigan?
e)
How many cars were built in the US between 1908 and 1927?
f)
How fast is the fastest car in the world?
Worterklärung:
1fuel powered engine = Verbrennungsmotor
#reading
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[1]
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/ thumb/9/94/First_Car_Replica_IAA_2007_1_crop. jpg/1280px-First_Car_Replica_IAA_2007_1_crop.jpg – Working replica, Marcin Cie?lak, CC BY 2.5.
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The History of the Automobile

Read the text about the history of the car and answer the questions on the text with keywords or short sentences.
The first car was produced in Mannheim in 1885 by Karl Benz. Since then cars have driven over all of the world. Clärenore Stinnes from Mülheim an der Ruhr was the first person to drive around the entire world in 1927. Carl-Alex Söderström drove with her and it took them 3 years.
Women have played an important role in the history of the car. The first person to ever drive the 1885 Benz Motorwagen on the street was Bertha Benz. Bertha was married to Karl Benz and helped him get the money to build the first car. So she did the first test drive. In 1886 she drove from Mannheim to Pforzheim and back, to show the world that cars were good for driving long distances.
But to make the car become popular all over the world, it took an American called Henry Ford. The Henry Ford Company based in Dearborn, Michigian, a town near Detroit, started building the “Ford Model T” in 1908. From then until 1927, 15 million cars were built in the US. Because so many were built, they were cheap. Making it the first car a regular worker could buy with the money he earned. The “Model T” could drive as fast as 72 km/h.
Today the fastest car in the world, the Bugatti Chiron, can drive up to 420 km/h. A challenge for all companies building cars is the switch from fuel powered engines1 to cars run on electricity. This is a very important task.
1.
Who produced the first car?
Karl Benz produced the first car in 1885.
1.
Who produced the first car?
Karl Benz produced the first car in 1885.
2.
When did the first person drive once around the globe?
Clärenore Stinnes drove around the world in 1927.
2.
When did the first person drive once around the globe?
Clärenore Stinnes drove around the world in 1927.
3.
From where did Bertha Benz drive to Pforzheim?
She drove from Mannheim to Pforzheim.
3.
From where did Bertha Benz drive to Pforzheim?
She drove from Mannheim to Pforzheim.
4.
Where is Dearborn, Michigan?
Dearborn is a town near Detroit.
4.
Where is Dearborn, Michigan?
Dearborn is a town near Detroit.
5.
How many cars were built in the US between 1908 and 1927?
15 million cars were built between 1908 and 1927.
5.
How many cars were built in the US between 1908 and 1927?
15 million cars were built between 1908 and 1927.
6.
How fast is the fastest car in the world?
The fastest car can drive up to 420 km/h.
6.
How fast is the fastest car in the world?
The fastest car can drive up to 420 km/h.
Worterklärung:
1fuel powered engine = Verbrennungsmotor
#skimming#scanning#reading
Bildnachweise [nach oben]
[1]
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/ thumb/9/94/First_Car_Replica_IAA_2007_1_crop. jpg/1280px-First_Car_Replica_IAA_2007_1_crop.jpg – Working replica, Marcin Cie?lak, CC BY 2.5.
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