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metaphor, "Get on board"

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How does the metaphor, "Get on board" or "Get on the bus" translate if implying that people should join in the effort and are literally riding on a bus? E.g.,

"The Road to College: Get on board tour"

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updated ABR 8, 2010
posted by cmurillo

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Welcome to to the forum!

"The Road to College: Get on board tour"

How about something like: "El Camino Universitario; ¡Súbete ya!" The direct translation is "University Road: Get on board now!"

Or maybe you would prefer "¡Súbete ya! El destino? ¡La universidad!" The direct translation is: "Get on board now! The destination? The university!"

Maybe one of those would work for you.

updated ABR 8, 2010
posted by mountaingirl123
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