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A. Just before the next corner road on your left is fine.
B. If you could please pull over just before the next corner road on your left.
C. If you could please stop just before the next corner road on your left.
D. I'll get off just before the next corner road on your left.

1. Which of the above is correct to say when asking the taxi driver to stop because you're about to get off?
2. If sentence A is correct, is 'is fine' more appropriate than 'will be fine'? What's the difference?
3. Is saying 'corner road' correct? Or should I just say 'corner'? Or just 'road' alone?
4. Is saying 'on your left' correct? Or should I say 'on your left side'? Or 'to your left side'?

Sorry, I ask because I just migrated to an English-speaking country. Thank you in advance.
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A. Just before the next road on your left is fine.
B. If you could, please pull over just before the next road on your left.
C. If you could, please stop just before the next road on your left.
D. I'll get off just before the next road on your left.

1. Which of the above is correct to say when asking the taxi driver to stop because you're about to get off?-- All are very good.

2. If sentence A is correct, is 'is fine' more appropriate than 'will be fine'? What's the difference?-- No difference in intent. Both are good.
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Thank you, Mister Micawber, for your answers. It is very much appreciated!