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    Metro

    Please tell me such a thing.
    I go to work by metro.
    'I get INTO THE metro at 7o'clock' or 'I get INTO metro (without any article)' or 'I get ON the metro at 7o'clock'.

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    Re: Metro

    I would say "the Metro."

    "Into the Metro" would be when you enter the station. "On the Metro" would be when you get on the train.

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