Which sounds more common and natural to native speakers?

1. He is a taxi drive.

2. He drives a taxi.

3. He is a school bus driver.

4. He drives a school bus.

5. He drives the school bus.

Thank you.






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Hi, Apple,

(1) is incorrect. It should be: (1') He is a taxi driver.

That said, I don't see much difference between saying He is a taxi/bus driver and He drives a taxi/bus.

- What's your job? / I'm a taxi driver.

- What do you do for a living? / I drive a taxi.

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