In this picture,* there are many people riding on a bus. Some of the people arestanding and some are sitting. The bus driver is talking to a young man who is just getting on the bus. An old woman is standing in the aisle and is leaning against a post. She looks very tired. Next to her, there is a shopping cart full of groceries. Two men are standing near the old woman. They are arguing about something. On the right side of the bus, there is a bald man looking out the window, and sitting behind him is a young man listening to the radio. On the left side of the bus, there are some girls chatting happily while someone is smoking in the seat behind them. I think this looks like a typical day on the bus in Taiwan.
|Present Progressive Tense||He is standing.
They are sitting.
|There is Prepositions||There are to show movement and position||in, on, by, near, over, under, next to, in front of, on the right (side)|
|Opinions||I think . . It looks like . . They look tired. They appear to be tired.|
See also :
Grammar : Present Progressive Tense
Speaking : Talking about Here and Now
Speaking : Describing a Picture
*See : Look Again Pictures, Riding on a Bus, page 27.