There are lots of words that describe the way we move from place to place. We’ve sorted them into four groups.
Types of Transportation or Vehicles
Most people use some form of transportation everyday. Adults and kids alike use different forms of transportation to get to places they need to be. People who live in big cities may take a train or a bus. People who live near stores may ride their bikes to get things they need.
Let’s take a look at some of the core vocabulary words that describe types of transportation or vehicles.
Parts of & Fuel for Vehicles
There are lots of words to describe parts of a vehicle. Some of these parts can be found on other kinds of vehicles, while some parts can only be found on a specific kind of vehicle. But they all have one thing in common…they all help people get from place to place.
Let’s take a look at some of the core vocabulary words that describe parts of and fuel for vehicles.
Ways Vehicles Move & People Who Make Them Go
Words that describe the way vehicles move are very specific. For example, to sail a boat is not the same as to row a boat. But you can drive both a car and a boat.
Let’s take a look at some of the core vocabulary words that describe ways vehicles move and the people who make them go.
Where Vehicles Travel
There are lots of words that describe where vehicles can go. Some words are specific to the kind of vehicle. For example, only a train can go on railroads. Some words describe places that more than one kind of vehicle can go on. For example, bicycles and cars can both go on the street.
Let’s take a look at some of the core vocabulary words that describe where vehicles travel.
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