Trains – Mixed Up Paragraph

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Students will analyze the clues in these mixed up sentences and determine their correct order.

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The actual paragraph: A train is a set of attached vehicles that move along on a railway. Vehicles that carry freight are called cars in the United States. In the United Kingdom, they're known as wagons. Those that carry passengers are called coaches. Passengers get on and off of their coaches at railway stations. In addition to ticket booths, these stations often have restaurants and lounges where passengers can wait for their train. Some people come to the station just to watch the trains come and go.


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