Long-distance travel by train is not as common in the United Stated as it many other parts of the world. Most train travel is in the "Northeast Corridor" linking Boston， New York， Philadelphia， Baltimore and Washington， D.C. Special express trains called "Metroliners" travel between New York and Washington， D.C. All seats on these trains are reserved in both coach（2nd class） and club car（1st class）。 Long-distance trains also serve major cities such as Atlanta， Miami， New Orleans， Chicago， Los Angeles， San Francisco and Seattle. Sleeping compartments are available on most long-distance trains and must be reserved in advance. Most trains are operated by AMTRAK， the national railroad corporation.
1.A：What time does the train for Boston leave？
B：9：25 on Track 12.
A：When does it arrive？
B：It should be there at 11：45， but it may be a little late.
A：How much is a one-way ticket.
B：It's $32.00 coach and $50.00 club car.
2.A：Which train do I take to Philadelphia？
B：Track 4 at 9：30.
A：How long does it take？
B：It's due in at noon.
A：What's the round-trip fare？
B：It's $25.00 one way or $45.00 for a weekend excursion.
3.A：What track does the Metroliner leave from？
B：That's Track 1 at 9：45.
A：What time does it get in？
B：It gets in around 11：45.
A：What's the fare？
B：Coach is $32.00.
4.A：What time's the next train to Washington？
B：That's 9：26 on Track 16.
A：When does it get there？
B：It's scheduled to arrive at 11：50.
A：How much is it？
B：It's $30.00 one way or $55.00 round trip.