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jikan
means "time" generally
ji
means "time" when used in a compound/sentence
yoji - the yo is a shortened form of what???
means "four o'clock"
nan ji desu ka?
what time is it?
tokei
clock
han
means "half past"
fun
added to five minute intervals
pun
added to ten minute intervals
goji gofun
means "five past five"
goji juppun
means "ten past five"
basu
buss
tsugi no busu
next bus
ponsha
electric train
ferii
ferry
shinkansen
shinkansen (japanese bullet train)
ressha
train
tsugi
next
tsuku
(verb) to arrive
deru
(verb) to leave
tsukimasu
arrive
tsukimasen
not arrive
tsukimashita
arrived
tsukimasen deshita
did not arrive
demasu
leave
demasen
not leave
demashita
left
ato
later
ato jugofun
in 15 minutes
shashoo
train conducter
nan ji ni tsukimasu ka
what time (does it) arrive?
nan ji ni demasu ka
at what time does it depart?
SUBJECT wa TIME ni DESTINATION ni tsukimasu
SUBJECT arives at DESTINATION at TIME
SUBJECT wa TIME ni START wo demasu
SUBJECT leaves START at TIME
sen
line
yon ban sen
number four line (repeat pattern for other numbered lines at densha stations)
yuki
going to
PLACE yuki
going to PLACE
osaka yuki no densha
the bus going to osaka
ekiin
station attendant
nan ji kara desu ka (note - no ni required)
what time does it start
nan ji made desu ka
what time does it end