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  1. In the evening, the train will be very crowded and even we won't get place to stand properly.
  2. Now the train is very crowded but in the following stations more people will get down than getting on people.
  3. In this train in every stationsome  people is getting off and some is getting on so it seems very crowded throughout the destination.
  4. The train will be so crowded that you have to push them so that you can get a way to enter into train while getting on. Similarly at the time of getting off, you must push the people to give you way to get off.
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1. and we won't even get a proper place to stand.

2. but in the stations that are coming up, more people will get off than will get on.

3. On this train, about the same numbers of people get on and off at every station, so it remains crowded throughout the entire trip.

4. The train will be so crowded that we'll have to push our way into the car in order to get on board. Similarly, when its time to get off, we'll have to push people aside to reach the exit.

- A.
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Thank you Avangi.

I have some doubts in the 3rd and 4th sentence.

3rd) Actually this happens when I go to my office for a job in the morning and it's not a trip. So how to finish it? Shall I still stick to "throughout the entire trip"?

4th) What you mean by car in the fourth sentence? 
I'd be comfortable about calling a two-mile ride on the subway or trolley or a bus, a trip. If you prefer, you may say, "so it remains crowded until we reach our final stop."

If this is a train, or tram, or trolley, or subway, it's most likely made up of several cars coupled together. When you board the train, you enter one of the cars. - A.
I'd be comfortable about calling a two-mile ride on the subway or trolley or a bus, a trip. If you prefer, you may say, "so it remains crowded until we reach our final stop."

If this is a train, or tram, or trolley, or subway, it's most likely made up of several cars coupled together. When you board the train, you enter one of the cars. - A.
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