Learning : Asking At Maglev/Train/Subway Station
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Abstract : Taking train is very common in China. Most city is accessible via train. In Shanghai, when you arrive at the airport, you can catch the Maglev (a form of rail transport that works using magnetic levitation) to the city center. Hold on to your seats as Maglev can travel up to 400km/h.

Dàjià hǎo, wǒ shì Benny. Jīntiān nǐmen hǎo ma? Do you know the words that you can use at the Maglev, train or subway station? If the answer is no, then you really should learn this experience. Ok, don't waste time. Let's look at the vocabularies first.

cíxuánfú

磁悬浮

maglev

chēpiào

车票

ticket

dìtiě

地铁

subway

zuò

take for transportation

huǒchē

火车

train

bān

measure word for transportation

kāi

to leave (for transportation)

 

 

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Simplified

Traditional

qiāo

extort/knock/to strike/to knock (at a door)/to hit

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