A Word for Wednesday

As it’s May Day, today’s word is one related to world of work, more specifically, related to the world of getting to work.

Yes, our word for today is the noun and verb commute, meaning to travel some distance regularly between one’s home and one’s place of work (or, in the case of the noun, the journey itself).


Getting a parking spot was almost impossible in that part of town, but as the train connection was bad there was simply no other way for Chloe to commute.

If you are in a country where today is a holiday, we hope you are enjoying your day off (perhaps doing something lavish or luxurious?)

If not, to take your mind off the fact that some of us are on holiday while you are working, and of course, to practise your English, why not tell us about your commute, or perhaps share a funny story that happened while you were commuting.

(Note: if you don’t commute, but want to join in the fun, feel free to share any story you like).

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