Humanities Languages Comprehension Quiz on DMV Reading How well did you understand the DMV reading? Share Pin Email Getting a License. Getty Images / Hero Images Languages English as a Second Language Reading Comprehension Basics Pronunciation & Conversation Vocabulary Writing Skills Grammar Business English Resources for Teachers Spanish French German Italian Japanese Mandarin English Grammar by Kenneth Beare Updated August 08, 2016 1. What type of document does Mr. Anderson need? An identification card A passport A driver's license Correct Wrong Mr. Anderson says that he'd like to apply for a driver's license. 2. Who helps Mr. Anderson fill out the form? The customer service representative He doesn't ask for help. His friend, Peter. Correct Wrong Mr. Anderson asks his friend Peter to help him with the form. Peter asks the questions and fills out the form while Mr. Anderson answers. 3. What's Mr. Anderson's marital status? Single Divorced Married Correct Wrong Peter asks Mr. Anderson if he is married to which he states that he isn't married but single. 'Marital status' is a term used to refer to whether a person is married or not. 4. Which statement is true? He isn't an American. He's got a license from a different state. He needs to renew his license. Correct Wrong Peter asks if Mr. Anderson currently has a driver's license. Mr. Anderson replies that he currently has a license from California. 5. What does Peter joke about? His age The fact that he is single The fact that he is from California Correct Wrong Peter jokes that Mr. Anderson looks older than his true age. 6. Does he need special equipment to drive a car? Yes, crutches Yes, glasses No Correct Wrong Glasses might be considered a type of 'equipment' that are required to drive a car. Mr. Anderson states that he needs glasses to drive. 7. Does he currently have a driver's license? Yes No Doesn't say Correct Wrong He currently has a driver's license from California. 8. How much does it cost to apply for a license? $50 $75 $100 Correct Wrong The customer service representative tells Mr. Anderson to take the completed form and $75 to the cashier. Comprehension Quiz on DMV Reading You got: % Correct. Great Job! You know your English!. Andrew Rich / Vetta / Getty Images You've understood the reading well. Have you ever been to the DMV to get a driver's license? If you have, did you have to wait long? Probably! Keep reading and watch your English improve! If you need to get a license at the DMV in an English speaking country, review this key driver education vocabulary to help you do well in English. Share Your Results Comprehension Quiz on DMV Reading You got: % Correct. Not Bad You've done well on your lessons. Anton Violin / Moment / Getty Images You've understood a good deal of the story, but not everything. That's OK, just read the short dialog on getting a driver's license at the DMV again to check your understand. Share Your Results Comprehension Quiz on DMV Reading You got: % Correct. Read Closely! Keep working on your studies.. Frank and Helena / Cultura / Getty Images It seems you haven't read the dialog that closely! That's OK, just read the short dialog on getting a driver's license at the DMV again to check your understand. Find a partner and practice the dialog to help practice your pronunciation. Share Your Results Show Full Article Up Next Up Next Article Practice Reading and Speaking English with These Dialouges Up Next Article Beginner Dialogue: Cooking Up Next Article Learn About Dealing With Customer Complaints Up Next Article Reported Speech Reading Comprehension - Guess Who I Bumped Into?