Today, once again, we'll talk to our friends from Adelaide University. We ask them about travelling between their homes and the university.
How do you get to uni?
ALEX: Usually bus but sometimes by car.
How long does that take?
ALEX: By bus about 30 minutes, by car about 25 minutes.
SAM: I take a bus.
That takes about 30 minutes.
JASMINE: Usually I just walk, just twenty minutes walk so it's no problem.
SARAH: I usually bus into the city from home or I either ride my bike and occasionally I drive in.
On the bus it doesn't take very long to come to uni. It usually takes about 20 minutes, car ten minutes and riding my bike it takes about 25 minutes.
JUSTIN: I catch the bus or ride my bike.
Approximately 15 to 20 minutes.
MELITA: I catch the bus.
MELITA: Normally I drive to a bus interchange and then I catch the bus. It takes about ten minutes … travels on the O-bahn. And I catch it home as well.
SUSAN: Sometimes I drive to uni and sometimes I take the bus.
The journey takes about 30 minutes from my home to the university.
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Taking the bus
Here are some of the ways we say that we use the bus to travel.
You can also say that you catch the bus.
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