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daigaku (no) mae - 01-18-2017, 02:28 PM

Why isn't there a の in this sentence?

16ばんのバス に のって、大学 (?) 前 で おります. (16 ban no basu ni notte, daigaku (no?) mae de orimasu - Take bus No.16 and get off in front of the university.)

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01-19-2017, 01:49 PM

"大学前:DAIGAKU-MAE;in front of the colledge" can be or must be the name of the bus stop. "大学の前AIGAKU NO MAE;In front of colledge" is usual Japanese phrase.


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01-23-2017, 02:30 PM

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"大学前:DAIGAKU-MAE;in front of the colledge" can be or must be the name of the bus stop. "大学の前AIGAKU NO MAE;In front of colledge" is usual Japanese phrase.
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