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    Default The "bus's verb"!

    Hi,
    I would like to know which verb to be used when refering to the "using" of the bus. What shall I use:

    1. I drive the bus to the collage. (I am not the one who drive it, but I am a traveler).
    2. I use the but to go to the collage.
    3. I ride the bus to the collage.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Latoof
    Hi,
    I would like to know which verb to be used when refering to the "using" of the bus. What shall I use:

    1. I drive the bus to the collage. (I am not the one who drive it, but I am a traveler).
    2. I use the but to go to the collage.
    3. I ride the bus to the collage.

    Thanks in advance.
    I drive the bus to college...OK
    I use the bus to go to college...OK
    I ride the bus to college...OK

    or

    I take the bus to college.

    All of them sound good to me.

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    Default Re: The "bus's verb"!

    also: take a ride on the bus
    I hop on the bus to get to college. - informal
    I jump on the bus to get...- informal


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    Natalie27 Guest

    Default Re: The "bus's verb"!

    I get on the bus to school.

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    Default Re: The "bus's verb"!

    Thanks, I wish if we will have a bus that we may get on someday together in a trip; that we may know each other very well.

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    Default Re: The "bus's verb"!

    Quote Originally Posted by Latoof
    Thanks, I wish if we will have a bus that we may get on someday together in a trip; that we may know each other very well.
    Sounds good to me, Queen Latifah!
    Let's hop on the bus and meet halfway .
    Where would that be...????

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    Default Re: The "bus's verb"!

    I can think of no place.
    Thanks Using English for giving us the chance to know each other
    Do you have any place in mind.

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    Natalie27 Guest

    Default Re: The "bus's verb"!

    This forum will have to do for now!

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