The difference in the meaning of a long whistle.
We certainly heard a good whistle while driving on the highway or when we watch a football game fields. When we’re driving a car or motorcycle on the road and meet with traffic signs then we will always take the cue given by traffic police whistle. When the police blew the long whistle, it means that we as riders are able to go ahead.
However, unlike the case when we we watched a football game on TV or watch directly on the ground. We both listened to the long whistle when the game was over. However, the meaning of the long whistle that was a sign of the end of a game, does not mean the game goes on.
Using a long whistle apparently still a problem. Because the traffic cop sounds like it means “go” or maybe “stop”. As for the soccer referee whistle-term means “game over”, and a chief scout or guide group means “together”.
This is certainly a linguistic phenomenon that occurs when using the long whistle, and will confuse people who do not understand about traffic laws or regulations in the football game. Will aka tone later agreement between the traffic police and football referees on questions long whistle?