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  • A one way ticket.

  • A round trip ticket.

  • About 300 kilometers.

  • Are you going to help her?

  • At what time?

  • Can I make an appointment for next Wednesday?

  • Can you repeat that please?

  • Do you have enough money?

  • Do you know how to cook?

  • Do you know what this says?

  • Do you want me to come and pick you up?

  • Does this road go to New York?

  • Follow me.

  • From here to there.

  • Go straight ahead.

  • Have you arrived?

  • Have you been to Boston?

  • How do I get there?

  • How do I get to Daniel Street?

  • How do I get to the American Embassy?

  • How long does it take by car?

  • How long does it take to get to Georgia?

  • How long is the flight?

  • How was the movie?

  • I have a question I want to ask you./ I want to ask you a question.

  • I wish I had one.

  • I'd like to make a phone call.

  • I'd like to make a reservation.

  • I'll take that one also.

  • I'm coming right now.

  • I'm going home in four days.

  • I'm leaving Tomorrow.

  • I'm looking for the post office.

  • Is this pen yours?

  • One ticket to New York please.

  • One way or round trip?

  • Please speak slower.

  • Please take me to the airport.

  • That way.

  • The plane departs at 5:30P.

  • They arrived yesterday.

  • Turn around.

  • Turn left.

  • Turn right.

  • What time are you going to the bus station?

  • When did this happen?

  • When did you arrive in Boston?

  • When do we arrive?

  • When do we leave?

  • When does he arrive?

  • When does it arrive?

  • When does the bank open?

  • When does the bus leave?

  • Where can I mail this?

  • Where is she from?

  • Where is the bathroom?

  • Why not?

  • Will you remind me?

A one way ticket.

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