Travelling by train

Do you like travelling by train?


mariosanfelix

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I like traveling by train. I used to take the high speed train between Valencia and Madrid and it is faster than the plain. You have to be in the airport one hour (in domestic flights) before the departure and when you arrive to your destination, you are not in the city and you have to take another transportation to there. The train departs and arrives from and to the city centre. While you are traveling, you can read, watch a film, and even work. And if you are hungry, you can go to take something in the dinning carriage.

edguoglitigin

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I like travelling by train. I used to take the high speed trains between Valencia and Madrid (Dont you travel by that anymore?) and it is faster than a plane. You have to be in the airport one hour (in domestic flights) before the departure and when you arrive at your destination, since you are not in the city and you have to take another transportation to there. The train departs from and arrives at the city centre. While you are travelling, you can read, watch a film, and even work. And if you are hungry, you can go to take something in the dinning carriage.

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I still use the high speed train.

I should have written "I usually travel by the high speed train..."   Shouldn't I?

 

Thank you for your comments

 

edguoglitigin

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"Pronoun + used to" pattern is to express old habits or acts. If you still take those trains you can say "I am used to taking the high speed trains"

De nada! ;)