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In this lesson, we are going to look at different ways you can use to talk about transport and how you get from one place to another.
In English, you can ask transport related questions such as:
You can use:
Let's analyse how you can use "commute" as a verb and also as a noun.
"Commute" as a verb means to travel a long distance to get to and from work and it is something you do on a regular basis.
"Commute" as a noun is the journey that a person makes to and from work every day.
Can you ask:
What other modes of commute do you have available to travel to your place of work?
In this case, you cannot use "commute" because there isn't such a collocation "modes of commute".
You can say:
within travelling/commuting/driving distance of something - near enough to make travel to or from a place possible
long-distance travel/journey/flight/commuting, etc.
Business English lessons:
Business English: Working in an office
Business English: Phrasal Verbs for Work
Business English: Prepositions with WORK
Business English: How to Talk about Money
Business English: Collocations with Business
Business English: How to Talk about Your Job Responsibilities
IELTS related lessons:
IELTS Speaking Test: Home and Living in the City
IELTS Speaking Test: How to Concentrate at Work
Causes and Effects of Migration from Rural Areas to Cities
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