Lesson #40 | Simple Present| Scheduled Events
Carl and Vera are waiting for a bus. They discuss the bus schedule using the simple present.
Carl: Hey Vera. Do you know what time this bus is? We've been waiting for ages. We should have checked before coming out.
Vera: Yeah, it's so cold too. It says here that the bus comes at 7:15, so we have another half hour to wait. We shouldn’t have gotten here so early.
Carl: Yeah, very true. And what time does it get us there?
Vera: Hold on. I'll have a look. It gets in at 9:15. Not too bad.
Carl: Yeah, It’s a little late though. How do we get to the hotel when we arrive?
Vera: We get a taxi. No more messing around with buses in this weather.
Carl: Yeah, I agree with you there Sis.
- When does the bus arrive? It arrives at ten.
- The flight departs at 11:25.
- When is the party? It’s at nine on Tuesday.
- When does Rita return? She gets back sometime in May.
- When you get to Bangkok, go through immigration and then get a taxi.
- When I get to the station, where do I pay?