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    Exclamation schedule or timetable; ride or drive a motorbike?

    Hello :)
    Can someone help me with these two sentences:

    Have a look at the train schedule/timetable to see when the next one is due.

    You mustn't ride/drive a motorbike without a crash helmet in the UK.

    Which word is the correct one and why?
    That would be really nice if someone answered on my questions :)

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    Re: schedule or timetable; ride or drive a motorbike?

    Quote Originally Posted by LostInGoogleLand View Post
    Hello :)
    Can someone help me with these two sentences:

    Have a look at the train schedule/timetable to see when the next one is due. Both are ok "timetable" is BrE.

    You mustn't ride/drive a motorbike without a crash helmet in the UK. Both are ok "ride a motorcycle" is BrE.

    Which word is the correct one and why?
    That would be really nice if someone answered on my questions :)
    .

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