"I get on the train."
Is the verb really the same? Is there no way to say I got on the train, but then did not ride it?
But this really can mean walk up the little steps onto the train, rather than only be on it while it is in motion?
Yes but according to my Japanese teacher (who was from Tokyo) this is how you would say it in practice.
Two verbs in one sentence? You're a madman! Duolingo still hasnt taught a sentence as simple as "I like to eat rice." Hopefully soon, though I've been doing some outside research and it doesn't seem too bad. Gotta learn to conjugate at some point...
One way to pass that mission is to jump into the train, leave Smoke behind, and shoot them yourself xD
Yes. 乗る is the verb for to take, board, ride (transportation), get on, and about fifty other things. It's kind of like "take" in English, honestly, which also has a huge number of uses.