Taxi or bus? (Oral expression)
James does not know how to reach the park, so he asks the receptionist of the hotel.
James: Good morning.
Receptionist: Good morning, sir. Can I help you?
J: Is there a bus stop?
R: There is one at the end of the street. Where do you want to go?
J: I would like to go to the park.
R: You can take the taxi. It is only two minutes far away and it is faster.
J: Okay. Do you know where I could find a taxi?
R: There is a taxi rank around the corner.
J: Okay, thanks.
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