This week’s Czenglish mistake concerns an error with just one letter – but it is a significant mistake. In English, a line is a queue of people – or in fact, cars waiting for something. In terms of motoring, a line is also more confusingly, a mark of paint drawn on the road. What it is not, however, is the space between two of these marked lines. That is called a lane. So when you are driving, you drive in a lane, you need to get into the correct lane, you need to change lanes etc. Confused? Here are both ‘lane’ and ‘line’ used together: A: Your driving is terrible. You’re in the wrong lane! B: The wrong lane? I thought there was only one lane. I can barely see the lines on the road!