ways of transport
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Everyday English for ESL kids

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There are lots of different types of transport. Buses, cars, trains, planes, boats or bikes are all kinds of transport.

Here are some examples.

Everyday expressions

I have wheels and many seats. I can carry lots of people.
I am a bus!

Everyday expressions: transport

I have an engine and four wheels. You have to wear a seat belt in me.
I am a car!

Everyday expressions: activities

I carry lots of people and things. My wheels roll only on rails.
I am a train!

Everyday expressions: exercises

I have no motor. I have two wheels. You can ride on me.
I am a bike!

Everyday expressions: fun activities

I am made of metal. I have wings and an engine. I transport people.
I am a plane!

Everyday expressions: fun exercises

I am quiet and I move slowly. You use oars to make me move.
I am a boat!

Everyday expressions: activities for kids

I do not have wings but I can fly. I go straight up or down.
I am a helicopter!

Everyday expressions: exercises for kids

I am tricky to ride. Do not forget your helmet and knee pads.
I am a motorbike!

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There are many ways to get from one place to another.

Here are some examples.

Everyday English lessons
Learn English through pictures

I come to school on foot.

English resources for teachers
English expressions in pictures

I come to school by bike.

English learning resources
English resources: expressions

I come to school by car.

ESL teaching resources
Resources for teaching English to kids

I come to school by bus.

Rhymes for learning English

Rhymes for learning English

Learn English by rhyming and have fun!

Everyday English: lessons for ESL kids

The little train,
Goes up the track.
It says, Toot, toot,
And comes right back.

English expressions: resources for teachers

Row, row, row your boat,
Gently down the stream.
Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily,
Life is but a dream.

Basic English for kids: learning resources

Who am I?
Red on top,
Green below,
Red means stop,
Green means go,
Yellow means wait,
Even if you're late.

ESL teaching materials

Engine, engine,
Number nine
Sliding down
Chicago line.
When she's polished
She will shine.
Engine, engine, number nine.


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