JLPT N5 Vocabulary


to get off

JLPT N5 vocabulary list

Learn Japanese vocabulary: 【おりる】(oriru). Meaning: to alight (e.g. from bus); to get off; to disembark.

Type: Verb, Ichidan verb, Intransitive verb

Level: JLPT N5 Vocabulary

- Example Sentences

Each example sentence includes a Japanese furigana reading, the romaji reading, and the English translation.

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Example #1

koko de densha o oriru no desu ka?
Where do you get off the train?
Example #2

watashi wa tsugi no eki de oriru tsumori desu.
I'm getting off at the next station
Example #3

basu ga tomaru made oriru na.
Don't get off the bus till it stops.
Example #4

watashi ga densha o orite kara ame ga furi hajimeta.
It started to rain after I got off the train.
Example #5

watashi wa takushii o oriru mae ni, okane o harau noga wasure mashita.
I forgot to pay the money before getting off the taxi.

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