私はスクールバスに乗って学校に行きますって英語でなんて言うの?

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2019/05/19 08:41
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  • I go to school by bus.

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I go to school by bus と言います。
busの代わりにschool busと言っても良いですが、アメリカでは普通、学校にはスクールバスで行くのであえて言う必要はないと思います。
Yoshi F 英語講師
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  • I take the bus to go to school.

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  • I ride the bus to get to school.

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  • bus (n), school bus (n)

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To say that the bus brings you to a place, we use the verbs 'to ride' or 'to take' the bus.

EX)
I take the bus to go to school.
I ride the bus to get to school.

In the case of going to school, you can use the noun 'school bus.' A school bus is a special bus used to transport children only to and from school.

EX)
I ride the school bus.
Quinn R DMM英会話講師
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  • I take the school bus to school every day?

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  • I go to school by bus every single day.

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If you would like to tell someone that you take the bus to school everyday, you can say something like "I take the school bus to school every day?" or "I go to school by bus every single day." These are some easy ways to express this to someone.
Kharina DMM英会話講師
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  • I travel to school by using the school bus.

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Examples:

When I travel to school, I ride on the school bus.

I go to school by using the school bus.

I use the school bus to get to school every day.

I ride on the school bus every day to get to school.
Logan M DMM英会話講師
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  • "I go to school by bus"

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  • "I travel to school by bus"

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  • "I ride the school bus to get to school"

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If you were asked how you get to school (which means of transportation) and you want to explain that you ride the school bus, you could say any of the following: "I go to school by bus", "I travel to school by bus" or "I ride the school bus to get to school".
Emmi B DMM英会話講師
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  • I use the school bus to get to school.

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  • The bus picks me up for school.

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To say that one uses the bus indicates that it is the means of transportation that is utilized for travel.

Being "picked up" by a vehicle means that it comes to a location to transport a person to his/her destination.
Laurel DMM英会話講師
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  • I go to school by bus.

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  • I take the bus to school.

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  • I ride the bus to school.

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‘Riding the bus’ is American-English, so it’s probably best to say that you take the bus to school. You could also say: I travel to school by bus or I get the bus to school.
Becky D DMM英会話講師
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  • I go to school by bus.

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  • I take the bus to school.

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Here are two ways that we can express how we get to school. Notice that we can either use the verbs, "to go," or, "to take," but please keep in mind the differences in structure that are required for these two different verbs.
Jonathan B DMM英会話講師
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  • I get to school by the school bus

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  • I always use the school bus

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  • The school bus is the best way for me!

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Someone asked you about how you travel to school and you want to describe that you use a school bus. The above examples show some diverse ways of getting that message across.
Ian W DMM英会話講師
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  • I take the bus to school.

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  • I go to school by bus.

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  • The bus takes me to school.

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I take the bus to school.
I go to school by bus.
The bus takes me to school.

When you want to explain to someone that you take the bus to school, then you can use one of these three sentences. All of them more or less say the same thing, so just try one out, see how it suits you and give another one a go.

I hope that helps.
Have a great day.
Will
Will Jay DMM英会話講師
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  • I go to school by bus.

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  • I go to school by (other means of transportation)

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In English, we use the preposition BY when referring to the means of transportation of getting from one spot to another. So we would need to say I go to school BY (school) bus. In this context, it isn't absolutely necessary to write school bus as in the United States, most buses that students use are school buses. The same BY rule refers to other means of transportation: I go to school by car, I go to school by bicycle, with the only exception when you use your own two feet where you would say I go to school ON foot.
Brayan DMM英会話講師
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  • I ride the bus to school

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  • I take the bus to school

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'I ride the bus to school' is common when speaking with American English, whereas ' I take the bus to school' is British spoken English. you can say it either way as both are understood in any English speaking country.
Adel A DMM英会話講師
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  • 1) I take the bus to school.

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  • 2) I ride the bus to school.

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  • 3) I go to school on the school bus.

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1) (Most Common) Often the verb 'to take' means to hold in one's hand and keep. In the context of riding the bus, it is a common phrase to say "take the bus", instead meaning to ride on the bus somewhere.

2) (Common) When using this sentence, it is not necessary to include the preposition 'on'. Simply, 'I ride the bus' is enough.

3) (Least Common) In this sentence the verb is describing where you go, not how you get there, so you must include 'the bus' in how you go to school. This is why the preposition 'on' is necessary.
Kelsey C DMM英会話講師
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  • I get the bus to school.

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  • I go to school by bus.

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To 'take the bus' and 'by bus' means that the bus brings you somewhere.
Example:
I take the bus to school.
I take the bus to town.
I take the bus to work.
I go to school by bus.
I go to town by bus every Monday.
Niabh DMM英語講師
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