Thứ Sáu, 10 tháng 5, 2024

Talking about Vehicles



Bicycle (n) /ˈbaɪsɪkəl/ : 

EX: I love riding my bicycle in the park.

Car (n) /kɑːr/ : 

EX: My family owns a blue car.

Train (n) /treɪn/ : 

EX: We took a train to visit our grandparents.

Airplane (n) /ˈeəpleɪn/ : 

EX: The airplane soared through the clouds.

Boat (n) /boʊt/ :

EX: We took a boat trip on the lake.

Bus (n) /bʌs/ : 

EX: I take the bus to school every day.

Motorcycle (n) /ˈmoʊtərsaɪkəl/ : 

EX: My uncle rides a motorcycle to work.

Helicopter (n) /ˈhelɪkɒptə/ : 

EX: The helicopter landed on the roof of the hospital.

Truck (n) /trʌk/ : 

EX: The truck delivered the new furniture to our house.

Scooter (n) /ˈskuːtə/ : 

EX: My friend rides a scooter to the store.

Double-decker bus (n) /ˈdʌbəl ˈdekər bʌs/ : 

EX: The double-decker bus offered a great view of the city.

Electric car (n) /ɪˈlektrɪk kɑːr/ : 

EX: Electric cars are becoming more popular as people become concerned about the environment.

Self-driving car (n) /ˌself ˈdraɪvɪŋ kɑːr/ :

 EX: Self-driving cars could revolutionize the way we travel.


Pilot (n) /ˈpaɪlət/ :

 EX: The pilot skillfully landed the plane.

Driver (n) /ˈdraɪvər/ : 

EX: My dad is a careful driver

Captain (n) /ˈkæptɪn/ : 

EX: The captain steered the ship through the storm.

Mechanic (n) /məˈkænɪk/ : 

EX: The mechanic fixed the flat tire.

Engineer (n) /ˌendʒɪˈnɪr/ : 

EX: The engineers designed a new high-speed train.

Flight attendant (n) /ˈflaɪt əˌtendənt/ :

 EX: The flight attendant offered drinks and snacks.

Sailor (n) /ˈseɪlər/ : 

EX: The sailors raised the sails and set off to sea.

Truck driver (n) /ˈtrʌk ˈdraɪvər/ : 

EX: The truck driver delivered goods to the store.

Bus driver (n) /ˈbʌs ˈdraɪvər/ : 

EX: The bus driver waited patiently for the passengers to board.

Traffic controller (n) /ˈtræfɪk kənˌtroʊlər/ : 

EX: The traffic controller guided the airplanes safely to their gates.


Fast (adj) /fæst/ : 

EX: The sports car was very fast.

Slow (adj) /sloʊ/ : 

EX: The old bus was slow

Reliable (adj) /rɪˈlaɪəbəl/ : 

EX: My car is very reliable; it never breaks down.

Comfortable (adj) /ˈkʌmfərtəbəl/ : 

EX: The seats in the new train were very comfortable.

Safe (adj) /seɪf/ : 

EX: Safety is the most important thing when driving a car.

Modern (adj) /ˈmɒdən/ : 

EX: The airport has a modern design with lots of glass and steel.

Old (adj) /oʊld/ : 

EX: The old steam engine chugged slowly along the tracks.

Expensive (adj) /ɪkˈspensɪv/ : 

EX: Sports cars are often very expensive.


Drive (v) /draɪv/ :

 EX: I learned to drive when I was 16.

Ride (v) /raɪd/ : 

EX: My brother rides his bike to work every day.

Fly (v) /flaɪ/ :

 EX: Birds fly south for the winter.

Sail (v) /seɪl/ : 

EX: We sailed across the ocean to another continent.

Park (v) /pɑːrk/ 

EX: I parked my car in the garage.

Stop (v) /stɒp/ :

 EX: The train stopped at the station.

Structure : There is/ There are

Explanation: We use "there is" for singular nouns and "there are" for plural nouns to indicate the existence of something.

Example: There is a bicycle in the garage. There are many cars on the road.


What is your favorite type of transportation?

Can you ride a bike?

How do you usually get to school?

Have you ever been on an airplane?

What kind of car does your family have? 

Would you like to be a pilot someday?

Is there a bus stop near your house?

What is the difference between a car and a truck?

Have you ever been on a sailboat?

Would you like to be a flight attendant when you grow up?

What is the most common type of transportation in your city?

Do you think cars will fly in the future?

What is the best way to travel if you want to see the scenery?

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