"How do I get to the train station?" Is it correct?

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matheusandrade

Member
Portuguese(Brazil)
Hi there, I have a question, is it gramatically correct to ask "How do I get to the train station?"
For example: I'm trying to find the train station and I ask someone this. Does it sound natural?
What about "Could you tell me how I get to the train station?" Is it okay?
Please, feel free to correct any mistakes :)
Thanks
 
  • dojibear

    Senior Member
    English - Northeast US
    In American English (AE):

    "How do I get to the train station?":)
    "Could you tell me how I get to the train station?:confused:
    "Could you tell me how I would get to the train station?:)
    "Could you tell me how to get to the train station?:)

    All of these have "from here" implied. So it is okay to say them to a person on the street. If you are asking someone on the telephone, you mayu have to add "from" and your location.
     
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