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    On a bus/train/etc. - Are you getting off/etc.


    When you ride a bus or any other means of transportation fulled with people, what is a casual question you ask when you want to get to the exit? Or do you just say, 'Excuse me' - I've heard that a lot.

    - Are you getting off?
    - May I pass?

    Or anything else? I heard a woman saying, 'Out. I am out. That way'
    I would especially prefer to hear AmE options.

    P.S. I have lived in Chicago for exactly one month. I've come to love this place!

    I would be grateful if you would correct any mistakes I might have made in this message.

    Thank you!
    Last edited by AlexAD; 25-Dec-2012 at 14:05. Reason: Corrections. Thanks Rover.

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