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Transportation (Part 2) | Pre-intermediate Vocabulary

transportation part 2 English vocabulary lesson cover

More ways to talk about transportation in English

The type of transportation you use and the way you use it is essential to how your life functions. Do you have good public transportation options where you live? Does it help you or hurt you complete daily activities?

Learn 15 words to describe transportation

Use these flashcards to learn the meaning of the terms for this unit. You can also practice the pronunciation by listening to the audio on each card.

Practice Exercises for Transportation Vocabulary

Exercise 1 – Play this game to review the vocabulary

Exercise 2 – Practice using the vocabulary in context

Exercise 3 – Listening activity

Exercise 4 – Flashcards

Exercise 1

Exercise 2

Exercise 3

Exercise 4

Vocabulary Quiz

Let us review 15 vocabulary terms to describe transportation

TermPart of speechDefinition
casenounsuitcase; a bag to put travel items in
delaynouna situation in which something happens later than it should
drivernouna person who drives a car, truck, etc.
faradverbat or to a great distance in space or time
nearadverbclose to someone or something in distance
repairverbto put (something that is broken or damaged) back into good condition
returnverbto come or go to a place again
rideverbto sit on and control the movements of (a horse, motorcycle, bicycle, etc.)
roundaboutnouna circular area where two or more roads meet and on which all vehicles must go in the same direction
seatnouna place for sitting
signalnounequipment with colored lights that is used to tell people when to go, slow down, or to stop
ticketnouna piece of paper that officially tells you that you will have to pay a fine for illegal driving
tramnouna vehicle that runs on a track or on rails and that is usually used to carry groups of people
visitornounsomeone who visits a person or place
waynounthe series of roads used to go from one place to another