Learn new English words with Vocabulary Worksheets.
Today's word of the day: Commute.
Now we are going to grab our blank Vocabulary Worksheet and prepare to take notes. You can download your free copy. Just click on the link below the video.
Let's imagine, this is the very sentence where you've found this word. What position does the word "commute" take? It stands after “have to”, it makes it a verb. Am I right? So, “I had to do something to work by train. What can it be? To get to work, to travel?
Let's find it in the dictionary. And it is a verb. Very good. The word "commute" means to travel regularly to and from work. Yes, that’s what we thought it is.
“Commute” is intransitive. It means we should use "commute" with a preposition. For example, commute to the city. Here you go: one more new expression :)
Let's see what we can replace "commute" with: to travel, to go back and forth, and to shuttle.
Here is one more good expression, "to commute by train". Something like: “He commutes by train every day”. You can also put down your notes. I wrote its Russian translation, for example.
Now we are going to make some sentences with the word "commute". And, of course, you should write your own sentences.
We learn better when we do things ourselves. Right? That is why I included the link for you to download your own copy of Vocabulary Worksheets. Just click the link below the video, and have fun filling it out :)