“Q: Where shall we go? A: To the railway.”
The Railway Children by E Nesbit
In French grammar we learn a present progressive form of the verb to be, describing an action you are doing, an action on-going: en train de.
I’m sitting on a Virgin Train rushing headlong in a northerly direction, bound for Kingston upon Hull – UK City of Culture 2017. I’m going to see my little East Yorkshire family. Continue reading En Train de