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Thank you. Here are a few sentences I wrote on travelling by train. I don't know the correspondent English terms. I hope you can help me.

1) Check the train times and the fare. Then buy your ticket at the ticket office. You can buy a single or a return ticket.
2) In Italy you can buy a single first class ticket or a single standard class ticket. If you travel nighttime you may have to reserve a berth or a sleeping car (I’m not sure about the terms) You can have a snack in at(?) the dining car.
3) Then punch your ticket and go on the platform. If you have reserved a seat, make sure you get in the right carriage of the train.
4) I think she...... (get married) soon.
I think she'll get married soon.

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    1) Check the train times and the fare. Then buy your ticket at the ticket office. You can buy a one-way or a round-trip ticket.

    2) In Italy you can buy a one-way first class ticket or a one-way standard class ticket. If you travel at night, you may have to reserve a berth in a sleeping car. You can have a snack in the dining car.

    3) Buy your ticket and go on the platform. If you have reserved a seat, make sure you get in the right car.

    4) I think she...... (get married) soon.
    I think she'll get married soon.
    [CORRECT]

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