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Twitter Mini-Lesson Recap – Public Transportation

In this series of mini-lesson tweets on Twitter, we help you perfect your public transportation vocabulary to become a subway master in France.  Here is the recap of last week’s phrases for your reference:


Because you don’t want to ride the subway without a ticket, “Un ticket, s’il vous plait”, “One ticket please”.


When you stopped paying attention: “Quel est cet arret?”, “What is this station?”


One thing you want to avoid in the subway is “l’heure de pointe”, rush hour.

If someone tells you “Prenez le 58” when you’re asking your way, understand “Take the 58 bus”.


If you couldn’t avoid rush hour, stepped on someone’s foot and want to stay out of trouble: “Excusez-moi”, “I am sorry.”


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