Should I give a signal (brake; turn; horn)?
How much space should I leave?
How fast should I go here?
Why is the speed limit what it is?
Why should I use mirrors?
What are the gears for?
Why change gear?
Why change gear NOW?
What does the clutch do?
What if I need the loo during my test?
What if a wasp gets in the car?
Why "handbrake first", once stopped?
Why "mirrors first", if moving?
What if the car in front stalls on the junction?
If it helps or warns people around you, but doesn't confuse them
Enough to be able to stop safely (so, making good use of brake signals)
Fast enough to not hold up others; slow enough to handle what might occur
Because of the level of risk, based on visibility and number of users nearby
To know if someone's close to you before you change speed or position
To keep the engine at a comfortably low speed while you go faster
Because the engine's giving too little power, or using too much fuel
Because, at that moment, there's no steering needed or risk from others
Allows the engine to keep turning if the wheels stop; it's a breakable link
Just say you need to stop, and why. (We're all human!)
Just pull in safely so it (or you) can get out, whether on test or on your own
To keep the car where you stopped it, if the driver behind hits you
To fine-tune HOW you go about what you want to do, to maximise safety
Leave enough space to get around, if it's still safe (even if lights are now red)