move along, crowd around


Senior Member
"Before the arrival of a station you should start moving along the door or else people will start crowding the door of the metro and as a result you will find it difficult to move."

Passenger a and b are travelling by metro. Passenger b is new to the city and probably riding the metro for the first time. So passenger a said the aforementioned line to passenger b about the metro. Please tell me if the phrases 'move along' and 'crowd around' correct in this context.
  • Florentia52

    Modwoman in the attic
    English - United States
    No, I wouldn't understand what you meant by "moving along the door."

    The phrase "crowd around" doesn't appear in your sentence. If you have a question about a different phrase, you will need to start a new thread.
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