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    #1

    Through train

    Hello teachers,

    I have a question related to travelling.

    1. What does through train mean? A train that does not call at any stations during the journey, or that there is no need to change trains, or both?

    2. What do I call the opposite of such a train?

    Thanks.
    Bye-bye.


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    Re: Through train

    Quote Originally Posted by henryh View Post
    Hello teachers,

    I have a question related to travelling.

    1. What does through train mean? A train that does not call at any stations during the journey, or that there is no need to change trains, or both?

    2. What do I call the opposite of such a train?

    Thanks.
    Bye-bye.
    Hi

    1. It means the train runs the whole length of the track and you do not have to transfer.
    2. 'Tranfer train'? is the opposite idea.

    Which part of Hun are you from?

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