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    #1

    Snowy roads?

    Hello,

    Do you use the term "snowy road" to talk about a road that is covered with snow?

    Be extra careful when you drive on a snowy road.

    or

    Be extra careful when you drive on snowy roads.

    Thank you.

    Nawee

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    #2

    Re: Snowy roads?

    You could. But "snow-covered" is better.

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