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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #55739: Means of transportation
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    Means of transportation

        On the road

    by bicycle (bike)by tandem

    by motorbike
    by scooter
    on footby horse

    by taxi, cab(US)by horse-drawn coach
    lorry, truck(US)by coach
    by carsports car
    by busby tramway
    underground, subway (US)van
     to drive a car, a bus, a lorry...
     I drive to work
     to catch the bus
     to get on the bus
     to get off the bus

      In the air
    by plane (airplane)by helicopter
    by gliderairship

    hot air balloon
    aircraft (pl. aircraft):a plane or other vehicle that can flyto board
    to pilot, to fly (plane, aircraft, balloon)on board
    to take offto land

     a small boat

       In the water
    by linerby ship
    a sailing boata submarine
    The captain pilots, sails (ship, yacht, ferry-boat...)A ship is larger than a boat
    The Titanic didn't have enough lifeboatssink (sank,sunk)

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    'To go by foot' is not considered to be correct, you'd better say 'to go foot'.

    How many reindeer help Santa Claus to his sleigh?

    I when I use my legs and feet.

    Last year I visited a camel farm. I asked the owner if I could a camel.
    He put a saddle on one of them and up I went.

    During rush hours there are so many people the bus that all of the seats are taken.

    The Titanic was a passenger , it sank during its first voyage.

    On Saturday mornings you can learn to a pedal rickshaw in central London.

    Mark has always wanted to a plane since he was very young. Now he is a pilot.

    When you a lorry carrying dangerous goods you must be very careful.

    The tank of the car is empty, how did you go to work this morning? taxi.

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