Station (train)

January 10, 2007 at 8:00 am | Posted in Nouns | 1 Comment

Station = Eki (noun)

Sounds like – A Key (not “AH” key but “AY” key)

Story – Your walking to the train station. You get to the door, you pull, but its been locked! The sign says, you need A KEY to get into the station. “What is this!” you scream toward the sky. “Why do I need A KEY just to get into the train station!

A key = Eki = Train Station (Just remember its AY not AH)

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  1. Hello Kim,

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