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ir en autobús
An intransitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and does not require a direct object (e.g. Everybody please stand up.).
intransitive verb phrase
1. (to go somewhere by bus)
a. to go by bus
Podemos ir al centro en autobús o en metro, como prefieras.We can go downtown by bus or by metro, as you prefer.
b. to go by coach (long-distance) (United Kingdom)
Fuimos a Madrid en autobús y, una vez allí, tomamos un taxi hasta el hotel.We went to Madrid by coach, and once there, we took a taxi to the hotel.
2. (to be in a bus)
a. to travel by bus
No me gusta ir en autobús porque me mareo.I don't like to travel by bus because I get sick.
b. to travel by coach (long-distance) (United Kingdom)
Me gusta ir en autobús y escuchar música mientras contemplo el paisaje.I like to travel by coach and listen to music while I contemplate the landscape.
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