ninth stop was rejected. I believe it should be accepted.
Yes. Report! It also rejects it with "from", and I think it is correct either with or without this word. (Slightly better without.)
We don't generally use "from" in this case of de-boarding a mode of transportation.
-------- yes, we usually use off . from is considered slightly uneducated . . .
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Verb prefix detachment - is it because of "ninth" in this sentence?
I wondered about that too.
I wondered if it might be talking about an immediate future event. (Which stop do we get off at? --The ninth.) And this triggers some sort of pre-verb separation event.
Should "megállónál" work here also, instead of "megállóban"?