board/enter (a vehicle)

07/03/2013 11:03

'Board'  as a verb means to get on or into a ship, aircraft, or other vehicle

Enter as a verb means to come or go into (a place): "she entered the kitchen"; "the door opened and Kenny entered".

It is wrong to say "I entered a bus to Oshodi" or I will enter a bus to the place.

Rather say, "I boarded a bus to Oshodi", or "I will board a bus to the place".


Always note: grammatically, you board a vehicle not enter!