Hello Frenchies !

I’m back with a new disambiguation for you.
Do you know the difference between a car and a bus in French ?

Le car is usually bigger that a bus, and covers long distances, will drive you from one town to another for example, whereas the bus takes the passengers from one stop to the other, usually in a smaller area.

Do you also differenciate those two in your language ?
Hope this illustration will help you to integrate this slight difference !

See you next week :star_struck:


We have lots of different ways to say “bus” in Peru: micro, combi, bus. And the bigger ones are called “bus interprovincial”, for example, as they take you from one province to another :slight_smile:.