95 - Public Transport

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This week your English teacher hosts Jennifer from the US and Dan from England are chatting all about public transport; buses, trains, trams and the metro / subway / underground. What’s the public transport system like in your country? Do you ever use it? Chances are that when you’re in an English speaking country you’ll be taking a ride on public transport at some point and so this week’s language focus, by focusing on relevant words and phrases, will help you navigate the process successfully. We hope you enjoy the journey!

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