There are many different means of transportation. The most common being: cars, trains, subway, planes, bicycle and walking.
Below you will learn some phrases that you can use to talk about transportation.
- I take the bus to ___ every day.
- I drive to ______ every day.
- I rarely ______ to work. It is too far away.
- I don’t take the ____. It does not have a reliable schedule.
- Commute- the act of going to and from work
- Traffic- when there are a lot of cars/vehicles on the road
- A ride- when someone else brings you somewhere in their car
- 1- I take the bus to work every day.
- 2- My commute takes two hours. There is always a lot of traffic.
- 3- I ride my bike to work.
- 4- We usually walk to stores. If we have to go far we drive in the car.
Questions to Ask about Transportation:
- How do you get to school?
- How do you get to work?
- Do you take public transportation?
- Do you have a long/short commute?
- Do you drive to work every day?
- Do you use public transportation?
- Where’s the closest bus stop to here?
- Does this bus/train go to _________?
- What time does the next ___ come? (bus, train, etc.)
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