Is it ducking possible?

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Well, it is! Of course, it had to be in Spain…; to be precise, in Almería (Andalucía). It seems they have plenty of money to spend in traffic signals… or perhaps it is another case of corruption, their kind of “national sport”.

2015-05-11_00-50-19And, what about this other snapshot? Click on it to see a larger image of an amazing road… that goes almost vertical! Do you think it is real? Or maybe it is a photoshopped pic?

As in our first task, this is a mix of a webquest and writing practice. First of all, you must find out if this image is a real one or a fake; and then, write ±50 words commenting about it. Apart from those words, you must include all the links you think necessary.

Of course, you are expected to use the vocabulary and grammar according to your level. The deadline: next Saturday 12 of May.

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Autor: QK

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18 comentarios en “Is it ducking possible?”

  1. This image is real and is considered the most inclined bridge in the world located in the coudy* of Eshima Ohashi (Japan). In addition to being the longest bridge in Japan and the third in the world with 1735 m in length, it is also the steepest and thanks to it ships and transatlantic can navigate Nakumi Lake without the bridge having to rise.

    https://www.google.es/amp/s/m.diariodelviajero.com/japon/este-es-el-puente-mas-inclinado-del-mundo-y-no-necesita-elevarse-para-que-pasen-los-barcos-por-debajo/amp

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    *county

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  2. I think this image is real, what happens is that the image, seen from another perspective, is interpreted or looks different to what reality is, looking online I have found that this road is real this road exists in Japan is the highest bridge in the world and doesn´t need to rise so that the ships pass.
    link: https://www.diariodelviajero.com/japon/este-es-el-puente-mas-inclinado-del-mundo-y-no-necesita-elevarse-para-que-pasen-los-barcos-por-debajo
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    I think this image is real, what happens is that the image, seen from another perspective, is interpreted or looks different to what it really is. Searching online, I have found that this road is real. This road exists in Japan and is the third highest bridge in the world and doesn’t need to be risen so that the ships can pass underneath it.

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  3. The image of this amazing road is real. This road is in Japón but actually it’s a bridge that joins Honshü with Awaji Island.
    It has got a length of 3911 meters and it’s 1991 meters wide. This suspensión bridge is one of the busiest bridges in the world. I got this information from some webs like Google, YouTube , and wikipedion
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    The image of this amazing road is real. This road is in Japan; but actually, it’s a bridge that joins Honshü with Awaji island.
    It has got a length of 3911 meters and it’s 1991 meters wide [Really? Nearly two kilometres wide??? :D] . This suspensión [?!?] bridge is one of the busiest bridges in the world.
    I got this information from some webs like Google, YouTube and Wikipedia. [but where are the links???]

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  4. This image is real. The bridge is located between Sakaiminato and Matsue (Japan), it is the most inclined bridge in the world and also the third longest. It’s 45 meters high so that ships can pass under it without cutting off traffic. The bridge was inaugurated on October 16, 2004. I don’t recommend going to that bridge if you are afraid of heights 😀

    https://www.diariodelviajero.com/japon/este-es-el-puente-mas-inclinado-del-mundo-y-no-necesita-elevarse-para-que-pasen-los-barcos-por-debajo
    https://g.co/kgs/FdjZ8g
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    This image is real. The bridge is located between Sakaiminato and Matsue (Japan). It is the most inclined bridge in the world and also the third longest. It’s 45 meters high so that ships can pass under it without cutting off traffic. The bridge was inaugurated on October 16, 2004. I don’t recommend going through that bridge if you are afraid of heights. 😀

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  5. This image is true, is the bridge of Eshima Ohashi that unites the cities of Matsue and Sakaiminato,this bridge was designed for cross the Nakaumi lake, this bridge has 44 meters high and 6.1% at the highest point, the engineers had build with this characteristics for what the boats can pass under the bridge. Is the third bridge biggest of the World.

    http://www.latribuna.hn/2018/04/20/puente-parece-una-montana-rusa/
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    This image is true, it is the bridge of Eshima Ohashi that links the cities of Matsue and Sakaiminato. This bridge was designed to cross the Nakaumi lake. This bridge is 44 meters high and 6.1% at the highest point. The engineers had built it with this characteristics so that the boats can pass under the bridge. It is the third longest bridge of the World.

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  6. It is de bridge of Eshima Ohashi. Anyone could think that this picture is fake, but it is real. This bridge is in Japan and lots of cars go across it. The slope is terrible although I think that the photographer has taken it from a strange perspective. However it exists. Anyway I wouldn’t dare drive on that road!
    Link: http://www.dangerousroads.org/asia/japan/4908-eshima-ohashi-bridge.html
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    It is the bridge of Eshima Ohashi… 😀

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  7. This photo is true, it is from Japan, called the Eshima Ohashi. It is the largest bridge in Japan and the third largest in the world. It is 44 meters high and has an impressive inclination. It is so steep that boats can go underneath. It’s so steep that it seems a roller-coaster.

    https://www.mibrujula.com/este-puente-japones-es-tan-empinado-que-parece-una-montana-rusa/
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    This photo is true. It is from Japan. It’s called the Eshima Ohashi bridge. It is the largest bridge in Japan and the third largest one in the world. It is 44 meters high and has an impressive inclination. It is so steep that boats can go underneath. It’s so steep that it seems a roller-coaster.

    •Pay attention to punctuation.
    •Take care of the structure; it seems a telegram or rather a fifth grade kid’s composition!
    😦

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  8. Eshima Ohashi is the bridge that connects the prefecture of Tottori and the prefecture of Shimane in Japan. The total length is 1.5 km (approximately 5,000 feet) and its slope is surprisingly 6.1% (approximately 3.5 degrees). It looks like a roller coaster from the foot of the bridge, so it was called “Roller Coaster Bridge” in English.
    It has an altitude of 45m.
    https://fastjapan.com/en/p110930

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  9. This image is real although it looks fake. It is akashi kaikyo bridge, it is in Japan, it connects honshu with awaji island, it is 3911 metres long and they took 20 years to build it, it is a hanging bridge fastened with two cables that are considered the most resistant and heavier in the world.
    https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gran_Puente_de_Akashi_Kaiky%C5%8D
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    This image is real although it looks fake. It is Akashi Kaikyo bridge [not true!]. It is in Japan. It connects Honshu with Awaji island. It is 3911 metres long and they took 20 years to build it. It is a hanging bridge fastened with two cables that are considered the most resistant and heavier in the world.

    •Pay attention to punctuation.
    •It’s the Eshima Ohashi bridge. You must search more carefully!
    😡

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  10. The picture is not fake. The bridge name is Eshima Ohashi and we could see it in Matsue, Japan. Is the third largest of its kind in the world. The concrete road bridge spans a mile across Lake Nakaumi, linking the cities of Matsue and Sakaiminato.
    But the bridge is not as steep as in the photo, was used for recording an announcement of Daihatsu Motor Co
    and you see from an angle that the slope is exaggerated.

    LINKS:
    https://destinoinfinito.com/el-puente-eshima-ohashi-bridge-en-matsue-japon/
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    The picture is not fake. The bridge’s name is Eshima Ohashi and we can see it in Matsue, Japan. Is the third largest bridge of its kind in the world. The concrete road bridge spans a mile across Lake Nakaumi, linking the cities of Matsue and Sakaiminato.
    But the bridge is not as steep as it seems in the photo. It was used for recording an announcement of Daihatsu Motor Co and you see it from an angle that the slope seems exaggerated.

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  11. When I saw this photo I thought that it was fake, but I searched information about this amazing road and it’s real!
    The road is in Eshima Ohashi and it is the scariest bridge of Japan.
    The bridge has a slope of 6,1% and it measures 1,7 km.
    This bridge is known as the roller-coaster bridge, and I would like* see it!
    I have found the information in these pages: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5qGQOntvzXo https://blogingenieria.com/ingenieria-civil/puente-inclinado-vertigo/ https://genial.guru/puente/no-es-una-montana-rusa-es-un-puente-en-japon-350/

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    *I would like to see it!

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  12. Sincerely, when I saw the pic I thought it was fake, but I remembered last year in class where we saw some of the most incredible structures and this was one of them.

    Then, I started searching on the Internet and I found it, that bridge is located between Matsue and Sakaiminato, both in Japan and it’s the largest and most inclining one, in fact, some people do a comparison with a roller-coaster. But this shape has a logical thought because it was made to allow boats for crossing below without having to raise any side of the bridge as it has enough heigh.

    I’ve found some of the information from these websites:
    https://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/05/06/eshima-ohashi-bridge_n_7213846.html
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eshima_Ohashi_Bridge
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    Sincerely, when I saw the pic I thought it was fake, but I remembered last year in class when we saw some of the most incredible structures, last year in class [word order! S+V+Object+…], and this was one of them.

    Then, I started searching on the Internet and I found it. That bridge is located between Matsue and Sakaiminato, both in Japan and it’s the largest and most inclining one; in fact, some people make a comparison with a roller-coaster. But this shape has a logical thought because it was made to allow boats for crossing below without having to raise any side of the bridge as it has enough height.

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  13. The road that appears at the photo is real. It is the Eshima Oshashi bridge in Japan. If you look at the bridge squarely it is seems fake, but if you look at on your side, you can see a dangerous road with a slope. The image is amazing, this road is considerate one of the most dangerous road in the world.
    https://www.google.es/search?q=carreteras+asombrosas+en+el+mundo&rlz=1C1CHBD_esES764ES764&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjf–r5i4HbAhUhQJoKHds-BToQ_AUICigB&biw=1280&bih=694#imgrc=WRtNJWIKBhFxJM:

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    The road that appears in the photo is real. It is the Eshima Oshashi bridge in Japan. If you look at the bridge squarely, it is seems fake, but if you look at it from its side, you can see a dangerous road with a slope. The image is amazing. This road is considered one of the most dangerous roads in the world.

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  14. I searched about this image and I could find out that it’s a real one! I have to admit I dindn’t expect it because it’s a strange bridge.
    It’s the Bridge of Akasy kakyo in Japan with a length of 3991 m and a road under it.
    The liks I used for the research:
    https://laughingsquid.com/eshima-ohashi-bridge-a-tall-bridge-in-western-japan-that-resembles-a-roller-coaster-for-cars/

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    I searched about this image and I could find out that it’s a real one! I have to admit I didn’t expect it because it’s a strange bridge.
    It’s the Bridge of Akashy Kaikyo [?!? not true] in Japan with a length of 3991 m and a road under it. [not really; that’s what happens when you do things in the last minute… 😡 ]

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  15. This imagen is real, it’s in Japan and it’s the Oshashi Brigde.
    This bridge was built so that the fishing boats went under it, but would not a draw bridge be better?
    The famous slope of the bridge ins’t as steep as it seems. This is an optical effect when you take the photo.

    Links: https://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/05/06/eshima-ohashi-bridge_n_7213846.html; https://www.express.co.uk/travel/articles/573728/Japan-Eshima-Ohashi-Bridge-Scary-world
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    OUT OF TIME

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  16. The photo isn’t false, but the angle of the photo if it is. [nonsense]
    This photo is of the Eshima Ohashi Bridge which is located in MATSUE (Japan).
    It is one of the largest bridges in the world, specifically the third largest one [adjectives can’t go alone!].
    It is also considered a roller coaster.
    LINK: https://www.huffingtonpost.es/2015/05/07/eshima-ohashi_n_7229816.html
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    OUT OF TIME
    (and too short)
    😡

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