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Help with phrasing 2015/1/3 21:05
Hi guys,

I'll be travelling to Japan in a couple of days time. The hotel I'm staying at provides free shuttle service to Toyocho station. How do I ask if there's a timetable available? I think I could get away with speaking basic English, but since I'm learning Japanese now, I might as well put it to practice.

Which of the following sentences sound more natural/correct?

Please do not hesitate to correct me as I'm still learning. :)




by dokidoki (guest)  

Re: Help with phrasing 2015/1/4 14:24
すいません。→Excuse me
Correct word of すいません is, すみません, is.
However, I think that it is often speak すいません.
To Cushion words is often to use the first word of this conversation.

by haro1210 rate this post as useful

Re: Help with phrasing 2015/1/4 15:15
ありがとう! That made more sense to include "shuttle bus".
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