えき vs. 停留所ていりゅうじょ: Which is Used For Buses?

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えき vs. 停留所ていりゅうじょ: Which is Used For Buses?

What is the difference between “えき and 停留所ていりゅうじょ“? Which is used for buses? After reading this, you would be answering this question. Let me introduce what their subtle differences are and how you correctly use them such as native speakers today!

[wp-svg-icons icon=”checkmark-circle” wrap=”i”] えき (eki)

[wp-svg-icons icon=”arrow-right-2″ wrap=”span”] Train Station / 车站 / 역 / Nhà ga

“えき” means “Train station” and which has been used as the meaning of “a building and the surrounding area where trains stop for people to get on or off”. The basic way to use it is “えきはどこですか?(Where is a station?)”, etc. For instance, ”一番近いちばんちかいえきはどこですか?(Where is the nearest station?)”, etc. Everybody could use this. The tips for using it is that “えき” is used for ONLY TRAIN STATIONS. Additionally, “the nearest station” is called “最寄もよりえき“, so “What is the nearest station from your house?” is “最寄もよりえきなんですか?”. Basically it is used from your house or company or even school.

Example
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すいません。えきはどこかってますか? (Excuse me, do you know where a station is?) (不好意思,你知道车站在哪里吗?) (죄송합니다. 역이 어디인지 아세요?) (Xin lỗi. Bạn có biết nhà ga ở đâu không?)
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むこうにえきがありますよ。 (There is a train station over there.) (对面有一个车站。) (저쪽에 역이 있어요.) (Có một nhà ga ở phía trước đó.)
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渋谷しぶやえきりてください。 (Please get off at Shibuya station.) (请在涩谷站下车。) (시부야 역에서 내려주세요.) (Vui lòng xuống xe tại ga Shibuya.)
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最寄もよりえき渋谷しぶやです。 (The nearest station is Shibuya.) (最近的车站是涩谷。) (제일 가까운 역은 시부야입니다.) (Ga gần nhất là Shibuya.)
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[wp-svg-icons icon=”checkmark-circle” wrap=”i”] 停留所ていりゅうじょ (teiryuujo)

[wp-svg-icons icon=”arrow-right-2″ wrap=”span”] Bus Station / 公交车站 / 정류장 / Trạm dừng

停留所ていりゅうじょ” means “Bus Station” and which has been used as the meaning of “a building and the surrounding area where buses stop for people to get on or off”. The basic way to use it is “バスていはどこですか?(Where is a bus station?)”, etc. For instance, ”一番近いちばんちかいバスていはどこですか?(Where is the nearest bus station?)”, etc. Everybody could use this. The tips for using it is that basically, native speakers use “バスてい” which stands for “バス停留所ていりゅうじょ“. And rather we don’t normally say use “停留所ていりゅうじょ” and “バス停留所ていりゅうじょ“, even in business situations as well. So, you would be able to use “バスてい” as casual and formal.

Example
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すいません。バスていはどこかってますか? (Excuse me, do you know where a station is?) (不好意思,你知道巴士站在哪里吗?) (죄송합니다. 버스 정류장이 어디인지 아세요?) (Xin lỗi. Bạn có biết trạm xe buýt ở đâu không?)
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むこうにバスていがありますよ。 (There is a train station over there.) (对面有一个巴士站。) (저쪽에 버스 정류장이 있어요.) (Có một trạm xe buýt ở phía trước đấy.)
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バスていはどこですか? (Where is the bus stop?) (巴士站在哪里?) (버스 정류장이 어디에요?) (Trạm xe buýt ở đâu vậy?)
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