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Grammar detail: 〜行き(ゆき)

〜行き(ゆき) - bound for ~
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bound for ~
This expression is commonly encountered in train stations etc to refer to the destinations of individual trains:
とうきょうゆ
きの
でんしゃ
means 'Tokyo-bound train'.
く is generally read as いく, but it is equally correct to use the historical form of the verb, ゆく. In this expression, ゆき is more common than いき.
くうこう
でんしゃ
電車
さんじ
三時
さんじっぷん
三十分
ですまだ
じかん
時間
あります
"The train to the airport is at three thirty. We still have time."
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Kanji used in this grammar

コウ   ギョウ   アン   ゆ    い to go   おこな to take place   
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トウ   ひがし east   
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キョウ   ケイ    capital   
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デン    electricity   
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シャ   くるま car   
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サン   み    みっ three   
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ジ   とき time, occasion   
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ジュウ   ジッ   と    とお ten   
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ブン   ブ   フン   わける to divide, to distinguish   わかる to understand   わかれる to be divided   わかつ to share, distribute   
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カン   ケン   あいだ interval, between   ま space, room   
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