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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #128277: British or American English : public transport
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    1. The experience of the crowded Paris metro during rush hours made me understand why people were sulking!

    2. How many tramways are there in this city?

    3. The streetcar experience was quite epic with all the baggage and our poor Gerard who got stuck in the door!

    4. Our train tickets indicated that our three sleepers were in the railroad car at the far end of the train. Traveling at night will save us time.

    5. Let's take the subway to cross under the railway line, instead of making a long detour.

    6. The Paris metro was closed due to torrential rains.

    7. The luggage is too heavy to be carried easily in winter.

    8. We could rent a house with our best friends, to feel free to explore the area! They love traveling!

    9. Soon the long-awaited holidays: where could we go?

    10. We will leave by train to go to this city. Transport is well served.

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