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    ratóncolorao is offline Member
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    Default At / on the bus stop.

    Hello,

    Which of these two prepositions do you usually use when talking about a bus stop?

    At / On the bus stop.

    Thank you.

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    Default Re: At / on the bus stop.

    At.

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