Aunque go by + medio de transporte existe en inglés tal cual lo decimos en español (ir en + transporte) no es la forma más normal de decirlo. Es mucho más usual utilizar el verbo específico de cada uno.
|go by car||→||drive|
|go by plane||→||fly|
|go by boat||→||sail|
|go by bike||→||cycle|
|go on foot||→||walk|
|She usually goes to school by car||She usually drives to school|
|I always go to Majorca by boat||I always sail to Majorca|
|They travelled to Japan by plane||They flew to Japan|
|We go to work on foot||We walk to work|
|delivery van||furgoneta de reparto|
|truck / lorry||camión|
There are many vehicles that travel on rails. The first one we invented was the train, almost 200 years ago. Modern trains can travel so fast we call them high speed trains. They can reach over 300 kph.
When a train travels underground we call it subway. The first subway was created in London.
Only a few cities in the world have trams like Lisbon or San Francisco. Some locals use them every day but they are more popular among tourists.
|high speed train||tren de alta velocidad|
|driving licence||carnet de conducir|
|car gear||palanca de cambios|
|rearview mirror||espejo retrovisor|
Flying has always been a dream for mankind. Finally, in the beginning of the 20th century, it became true.
The first planes couldn’t fly very far but engineers all over the world worked very hard and soon commercial flights started. Later, helicopters appeared.
A few decades later, rockets were launched into space and we even landed on the moon. In the future, we will create spaceships that will take us into deeper space.
Some people sail as a hobby and if they have enough money they can buy a yacht.
Submarines are a
|ship / boat||barco|