Here we go! Some phrasal verbs you can understand and use IMMEDIATELY! Traveling, especially for my Thais, is tough because of the language barriers. To take that further, I remember when I met a Japanese girl on a bus in Hawaii and she couldn’t speak ANY ENGLISH! Imagine traveling the world without knowing English! Well, do not fear! I’ve got a pocket book for you today.
a. start a journey
b. enter/leave (a train, bus, boat, plane)
c. go somewhere different to have a rest or holiday.
e. show your ticket/give your bags to someone
f. stop working (any form of transportation)
g. enter/leave (a car)
h. start flying.
Last week my sister and I decided to get ___________ for the weekend because of the long holidays. We decided to go to Kanchanaburi. We set __________ early, at around 8am. We got _____________ my friend’s car, which is a Ford Focus because it’s the most fuel-efficient vehicle in the market today. The only problem was that her car had a tendency of breaking _________. 10 minutes later, it did. We got __________ the car, grabbed our belongings, and went to a nearby minivan station. After 30 minutes, a van pulled up and we got ________ and sat down. The van arrived at Kanchanaburi on time — we got ___________ around 5pm. We took our luggage and got ________ the minivan. The only problem we had with everything that entire weekend was a broken Ford Focus!