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Bus in Japanese 🇯🇵

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bus バス
How to say “bus” in Japanese? “バス”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “バス” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on bus in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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バス info.

バス (basu)

Tips to Remember:
– Imagine a bus with a sign that says "Bus" but written in Katakana (バス).
– The pronunciation "basu" sounds quite similar to the English "bus," making it easier to recall.

– バス is a Katakana word, often used for foreign loan words. It directly translates to "bus" in English.

Other Words that Mean the Same Thing:
– バスケット (basuketto) – This specifically means "basket", but as an abbreviation, can imply a basketball bus or a bus used for sports events.
– 乗り物 (norimono) – General term for "vehicle," but contextually can mean bus if specified.

Alternate Meanings (including slang):
– In some contexts, バス can refer to bath (shortened from バスタブ "bathtub"), especially in informal conversation, although this is less common.

Examples of Sentences:
– コンサートに行くためのバスを予約しました。
(Konsāto ni iku tame no basu o yoyaku shimaa.)
– "I booked a bus to go to the concert."

– 毎日、学校までバスで行きます。
(Mainichi, gakkō made basu de ikimasu.)
– "I take the bus to school every day."

– そのバスは5分後に到着します。
(Sono basu wa go-fun-go ni tōchaku shimasu.)
– "That bus arrives in five minutes."

– 駅までバスを使うのは便利です。
(Eki made basu o tu no wa benri desu.)
– "It's convenient to use the bus to get to the station."

– 彼は大きなバスに乗って来た。
(Kare wa ōkina basu ni notte kita.)
– "He came on a big bus."

Use these tips, explanations, and sentences to get a better understanding of the word バス and to use it fluently in various contexts.

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