Yesterday i posted about the verb 가 (ka) and 와 (wa) which means go and come respectively. Now this post is a simple follow through to this line of thought.
When you travel, taking a ride or getting on a vehicle the verb to remember is 태요. It means to ride or gets on <vehicle>. This verb takes a direct object marked by particles 을/를 (eul/reul). So, 기차를 태요 (Kichareul taeyo) means gets on a train or ride on a train.
A simple format can be made to structure sentence using this verb along with 가 and 와, see below:
[destination] vehicle을/를 타고 [destination] 가/와요.
This means that destination can either be place before the vehicle or after the verb form 타고. Vehicle should be marked with object particle 을 or 를. The verb ending can either be 가 or 와.
학교에 바스를 타고 가요. (Hakyoe basureul tago kayo) would mean the same as 바스를 타고 학교에 가요 (Basureul tago hakyoe kayo). That is, I go to school by bus. 가 can be replaced by 와요 (wayo) to mean Come to school by bus.
The same verb 타고 can be attached to a negated 가 or 와 like this: 택시를 타고 오지/가지 않아요 (Taekshireul tago waji/kaji anayo). This would mean ‘does not come/go by taxi’.