Listen to the recording on train tickets and read along with the conversation. Review the key vocabulary and the sample sentences.
Man: Uh, where am I? Tsk, hum . . .
Woman: Excuse me. Do you need any help?
Man: Nah, I . . . I’m just looking . . . well . . . [Okay . . .] Uh, well, actually . . . yeah. Um . . . I want to go to the science museum, but I’ve been lost for the past few hours, and I can’t make heads or tails of these ticket machines.
Woman: Ah, well, just press this button. [Oh, yeah] And from here, it’s a dollar fifty.
Woman: Then, get on the train at platform number 4.
Man: Alright. Oh, and how often do the trains come around this time of day?
Woman: Usually, they come about every six minutes.
Man: Okay. And where do I get off the train?
Woman: Get off at State Street Station, three stops from here.
Man: Okay. I got it. Thanks for your help.
Woman: No problem. Good luck.