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I'm going to talk about the buses in Sydney
Today I went to Bronte (Tasmania and Bondi beaches) by bus.
I had a good dinner with Chinese friends, but I will write about it later.

You usually have to signal the driver by raising your hand.
If you don't have a ticket, you can buy one from the driver.
If the bus or bus station says that it's prepay, you can't buy one on the bus.
Thus, you need to buy one at some place somewhere, like Seven Eleven, in advance.

There are two main types.
①One is Single. It is for a one-way trip.
If you change buses, you have to buy another one.
②The other is Travel Ten. You can literally use it 10 times.
 You can buy the special one at news agencies or transit shops at main stops.
 Compared to a single ticket, you get a 20% discount.

Here are the bus fares:
MyBus 1 $2.00 (Travel 10 - $16.00)
MyBus 2 $3.30 (Travel 10 - $26.40)

Here are some new phrase(s) that I have come across in daily life.
1. sluggish (on TV)
= slow-moving or inactive
2. tick off (on TV)
= to make sb angry or annoyed
3. preemie (on TV)
= a premature baby

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