The following sentences are related to the word ofuku (往復), which usually means “going and returning.” We hope you’ll remember the following expressions after listening to them repeatedly, which will expand your English conversation skills.
A return ticket, please.
How much is the round-trip fare to Tokorozawa?
I made a quick round-trip between Tokyo and Morioka because of urgent business.
It takes five hours to visit my parents’ home and come back.
I just go back and forth between my workplace and home these days.
I idly watched boats going up and down the river.
I used Shinkansen bullet trains on both legs of my trip.
Please use a reply-paid postcard to apply.
There is a free shuttle bus service between the two hotels.
After years of shuttle diplomacy by the United States, the relationships between the two countries began to thaw.