ship /ʃɪp/ (noun) a large boat that carries people or goods by sea Example: Eva shipped the package carefully, since she knew the contents were made of glass
motorbike /ˈməʊtərbaɪk/ (noun) a road vehicle with two wheels, driven by an engine, with one seat for the driver and often a seat for a passenger behind the driver Example: My mother goes to work by motorbike.
plane /pleɪn/ (noun) a flying vehicle with wings and one or more engines Example: They boarded the plane and flew to Chicago.
car /kɑːr/ (noun) a road vehicle with an engine and four wheels that can carry a small number of passengers Example: You might want to rent a car when you go on vacation.
boat /bəʊt/ (noun) a vehicle (smaller than a ship) that travels on water, moved by oars , sails or a motor Example: Have you ever piloted a boat?
transportation /ˌtrænspərˈteɪʃn/ (noun) a system for carrying people or goods from one place to another using vehicles, roads, etc. Example: the transportation industry
train /treɪn/ (noun) a number of connected coaches or trucks, pulled by an engine or powered by a motor in each one, taking people and goods from one place to another Example: I like riding on trains. It's a very relaxing way to travel.
bike /baɪk/ (noun) a bicycle Example: I usually go to work by bike.
taxi /ˈtæksi/ (noun) a car with a driver that you pay to take you somewhere. Taxis usually have meters that show how much money you have to pay. Example: I got in a taxi and went to the train station.
bus /bʌs/ (noun) a large road vehicle that carries passengers, especially one that travels along a fixed route and stops regularly to let people get on and off Example: You can catch a bus for Seattle at the bus station.
scooter /ˈskuːtər/ (noun) a light motorcycle, usually with small wheels and a curved metal cover at the front to protect the rider’s legs Example: