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It’s cheaper to travel by taxi than by bus. True or False?
Match the words and their meanings.
- To think very carefully about something before making a decision.
- A holiday where you spend very little money.
- Usual or traditional.
- To give someone money as a reward for their service.
- Arrange for something to be kept for the use of a particular person.
- To consider
- Budget holiday
- To tip
- To reserve
You must always tip your taxi driver. True or False?
Choose the best transport option for a traveller on a budget.
Match the words to their synonyms.
- trolley/streetcar (American English)
- tram (British English)
Use the following words to fill in the blanks below.
cheap faster(x2) slow expensive cheaper
Taxis are but more than trains.
Buses are but .
Trains are than buses, and than taxis.
You can’t pay for a taxi with cash. True or False?
I am at the airport and want to travel to the city centre by bus. I also want to use the bus to travel back to the airport at the end of my holiday. Which ticket should I buy?
I am at the airport and want to travel to the city centre by train, but come back using the bus. Which ticket should I buy at the airport?
Complete the question that a taxi driver is likely to ask you.
______ do you want to go?