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12 Transport

airplane American English spelling
You travel to other countries in the sky in an airplane. *
You ride a bicycle to college. It has 2 wheels. *
We use our timetable to help us remember the lessons for the day. *
You can travel in a taxi. You pay the driver to take you places in the car. *
It is more healthy to walk than it is to drive. *
When you get to a place, we say you arrive. *
When you leave a place, we say you depart. *
When to get to an airport or a hotel you need to check-in to let them know you have arrived. *
It is quite dangerous to ride a motorbike. It is a bike with an engine. *
The train travels on rails. You need to go to the station and wait at the platform. *
You go from one place to another, this is called a journey. *
You need a ticket to travel by airplane, bus or train. *
The verb we use to talk about going from one place to another is travel. *
To travel by train or bus you need to go to the station. *
A single ticket will take you to a place but not back. *
A return ticket will take you to a place and back again. *

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