Driving or Taking a Train

In English, we use the verbs RIDE and TAKE with the noun train. The only person who can use the word DRIVE is the engineer who works for the train company and is at the steering wheel.

For example:
I took the train to Munich.
I would rather ride a train than drive a car.
Lots of people take the train to work every day.​


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