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"I went to school by bus and train" = "Me fue para la escuela con autobus y tren" ?

 

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Question "I went to school by bus and train" = "Me fue para la escuela con autobus y tren" ?

Hey everyone. I'm new here and would really appreciate some help.

If I want to translate "I went to school by bus and train" into spanish would it be: "Me fue para la escuela con autobus y tren" ?
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