You wait “at” a bus stand or bus stop (NOT “in” or “on”)

wait at bus-stop

Today’s English Tip: you wait “at” a bus stand or bus stop (NOT “in” or “on”).
Examples: “How long did you wait AT the bus stand this morning?” “Only two people are standing AT the bus stop right now.”

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