Ayumi and Katya talk about transportation in their country.
Ayumi: Hello, I'm Ayumi from Brazil.
Katya: And I'm Katya from Bulgaria.
Auymi: Today's question is how is public transportation in your country? So how is it?
Katya: Oh, it's very complicated. It's mostly buses but then we have some trolley looking cars which are mostly like they travel but it's very hard to explain but they're very small and a lot of people run and it's really short time to actually enter them and one time I actually got stuck there. I don't really use public transportation because I live really close to the center of the city but it's mostly buses because our cities are very small. What about Brazil?
Ayumi: Well Brazil it's kind of similar. There are a lot of metros, buses, taxis but I personally don't use much of public transportation because it's really dangerous. Some time like you can get kidnapped or like disappear or like funny taxi drivers can take you around and around like no they're right now there's too much traffic so they say like they take another way so like they can charge more money to you. So I, it's kind of hard to take public transportation so a lot of people use cars.
Katya: You know, actually, we don't have a metro system yet.
Katya: No. We're building it right now but it's very hard and actually we're getting help from abroad but it's very hard. We don't have enough money basically.
Katya: Yeah, so we just have buses around.
Ayumi: I didn't know that. Interesting.
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