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The traffic is very violent today! A lot of cars passing [by] us (our car) in high speed...!
Last edited by jctgf; 08-Apr-2009 at 02:18.
thanks a lot.
I wonder if "racing down" would suggest that I was watching the traffic from the sidewalk.
I'd like to convey the idea that the cars are traveling at a speed higher than mine.
the cars at my rear sped up, passed by my car and got out of sight.
should I simply say "race down" or is it possible another collocation that makes clear that I'm also on the road and the cars are effectively "passing" my car?
The cars behind me raced up, sped by and flashed out of sight.
I'd like to convey the idea that the cars are traveling at a faster speed than mine.