So it is Saturday evening, anyone up for a little #EngPic session? :)
Has anyone heard of the train network in London such as the Underground? Or the red bus? The routemaster?
I could not agree more “@septiaanrml: I knew! They said train network in London is so confusing”
Well all of the transports in London is called Transport for London or abbreviated to TfL.
These are the many tube/train lines that existed in London also description on some symbols:
This is what the map looks like https://www.tfl.gov.uk/cdn/static/cms/documents/standard-tube-map.pdf and it is quite complicated as @septiaanrml said before. Here is a preview:
So in this map, you can see the different lines’ colours being used to show which train line passes where.
In a station you would find one of these, can you guess what it is?
“@pitrooy: that should be station too :))” yes it is :) this would the symbol for an Overground Station..
“@wibybiw: Underground!!!! ” not quite! It is for the overground, a red circle would be for the underground :)
Yep, this is the complete right answer :D “@sofyanlich: The sign of no smoking, the sign of way out and the name of its station”
“@IsJustYoga1: i want it!!” You want the map? :)
In every station you would find one of these to make sure you get off on the right station :)
You will always find one of these too, what do you think it is?
In London we travel using a card named Oyster so this is a reminder to how to use it :)
So there you go our #EngPic session for today! I hope you had fun! Sorry for the delay that occurred
Compiled and written by @daedonghae at @EnglishTips4U on February 22, 2014