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©2015 albert-learning.com Travelling By Train Saturday the 3rd of March. One-way or return?
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TRAVELLING BY TRAINOkay, when for?
One-way or return?
Travelling By Train
Okay, that will be £52. How would you like to pay, cash or credit
Thank you very much. Here is your one-way ticket to London on the
3rd of March at 11:15am.
Paul Ryefield : What time does the next train to London
Railway Station Clerk : At 16:35, from platform 8.
Paul Ryefield : Is it a direct train to London?
Railway Station Clerk : No, you have to change trains at
Paul Ryefield : I see. One ticket to London, please.
Railway Station Clerk : Single or return, sir?
Paul Ryefield : Single, please.
Railway Station Clerk : Here´s your ticket and change, sir.
Paul Ryefield : Thanks for your help.
Railway Station Clerk : My pleasure. Have a good day
Travelling By Train
Read through the dialogue and see if you can unscramble
the pink words, all of them are words related to train
stations and journeys.
Jenny: Hello, could you help me please. I need to get a train
to Barnham but I can't see it on the pratderues board.
Andrew: To get to Barnham you need to take the train to Bognor
Jenny: Ok, what time does that leave?
Andrew: It should leave at midday but I'm afraid it's ten
Jenny: Oh dear I'm already so elat!
Andrew: These things happen I'm afraid.
Jenny: I suppose so. Which fromptla does it leave
Andrew: Certainly. Would you like a sngile or a
Jenny: A day return please, I need to come back this
Andrew: No problems. That will be £10.50 please.
Jenny: Don't I get a sidcuont for the train being
Andrew: Sorry no.
Andrew: Thank you, here's 50p enchag.
Jenny: Thanks for your pleh.
1.'pratderues' is departures 2.'yedelda' is delayed
3.'elat' is late 4.'fromptla' is platform 5.'tcikte'
is ticket 6.'sngile' is single 7.'sidcuont'
8.'enchag' is change 9.'pleh' is help
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a) Ticket b) Train c) Change