Tess & Ravi

Tess and Ravi talk about one of the most emblematic forms of transport in London. You guessed it! The big, red double-decker buses! Jo and Adam join them in speaking about transport.

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Exercise

Leave a comment below!

  • What is your favourite transport?
  • How do you get to work or school or university?
  • Is there a special form of transport that tourists use in your country, like the Routemaster buses in London?
  • Have you ever ridden on the big red buses in London?

Leave a comment and we'll discuss some of your answers in the next podcast.

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Language level

Intermediate: B1
Pre-intermediate: A2

Comments

Thank you very much!

Hi everyone. There are buses, taxis, subway, cars and a lot of motorcycles in my Country. I have a car and I usually transport me in it. Here the gas service is very cheap, and very much people have cars. I generates a terrible traffic in some hours, but always is most confortable to transport you in your car.

My favorite transport is my car! I like driving my car very much
Edward

thanks

Hello to everyone, I'm from toyserkan a small town in Iran, in my city transporting is very easy because of tiny town. my transporting is bicycle and enjoy from this, I go to my work by bike. that is very nice and I'm grateful for this.

Hello everyone. I'm Hoa and I come from Vietnam. I live in Hanoi, is the capital in Vietnam. My favourite transport is motorbike because i can use it to go trekking. It's absolutely fascinating. Everyday, I go to British Council by motorbike because my house is so far from there. I hate using motorbike because the road in Hanoi is terrible. It's congested road, have many pot holes. I'm going to be late. I'm help up in traffic in the rush hour. I have to overtake or undertake the car, buses and other motorbike to pass the cowd. One of the most emblemtic forms of transport in Hanoi if cyclo. Tourists really like using it. It has only in Vietnam. It's so interesting.

I don't understand clearly this sentence "Its took me ages to get here this morning". Could you explain for me, please?

Hello khanhhoabg94,

If you look up 'ages' in the dictionary, you'll see it means 'a long time'. 'take' is often used to talk about the amount of time spent doing something. So 'it took me ages to get here' means I needed a long time to get here.

Best wishes,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

thank you so much

Hello everyone I'm from Egypt .i live in the capital(Cairo )it's very big big city and we have veirty kinds of transport ion s like buses taxis minibuses micro buses and recently toctocs.but I prefer to use the metro because the metro is very fast and I hate the traffic . My city is very very crawd .

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