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  1. AlexAD's Avatar
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    ride on a train.


    It was a very long journey. I was very tired after travelling/being on a train for 36 hours.

    I answered riding and I'm trying to see if it was correct or not.
    I googled it over the Internet and found some pharases including ride on a train, so it seems to be correct, doesn't it?

    What of the choices is considered as more formal/informal?

    I would be grateful if you would correct the grammatical errors in the post (if any).

    Thanks, Alex.
    Last edited by AlexAD; 07-Jun-2011 at 18:02. Reason: Mistake correction according to the Gillnetter's message

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    Re: ride on a train.

    I would be grateful. . .

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