Chatterbox #99 – Commuting

Most of us travel to work many times in one week. Some of us have a quick little trip and others spend hours on public transportation. This episode is all about that—travelling to and from work. Harp and Maura talk about what commuting is like in Canada, how people get to work, and how long it usually takes them. They also share their own experiences of getting to work every day. If you’re a commuter, listen to this episode on your way to work.

Expressions included in the Study Guide

  • To commute/a commute
  • A carpool/to carpool
  • To take turns
  • Hardcore
  • A traffic jam
  • Right off the bat
  • The metro
  • No problem
  • To hold back
  • To see where this is going
  • To jaywalk
  • I don’t blame you

Copyright: Audio/Study Guide: Culips

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