It's a ten-minute ride from here to the train station.
I'm tired. I just want to go on the teacup ride and take it easy.
The bus ride made her feel so sick that she began to vomit.
For your own safety, never ride in a car with a drunk driver.
Thanks to his bold decision, he was able to ride out the crisis.
The new coalition government is trying to ride out the storm.
Why don't you get rid of your motorcycle? You never ride it any more.
Hre rides bicycle.
Well then I'll allow two on a bike, but you pedal, because I'll ride on the rack.
Each opportunity to hate the French and to let them know is good to seize. If additionally you can take one for a ride, it's even better!
That shan't happen again, Fortunatus said to himself, and they started to ride at each other again. This time, Fortunatus's spear met his foe so powerfully that he flew from his horse like a ball and lay dead on the earth.
I'm back from a two-month-long trip to the States, away from my girlfriend, so she's going to get a ride tonight.
People sharing a ride should refrain from conversation with other passengers.
This Sunday let's take a joy ride and see where we end up.
They said something to the effect of ‘I’m going in the same direction so, I’ll call a taxi and then why don’t you ride with me?’
English word "važiuoti"(ride) occurs in sets:2 knyga. 6 unit