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A. Is this train going to pass X station?
B. Is this train going to pass by X station?
C. Is this train going to get passed X station?
D. Is this train going to go passed X station?
E. Is this train going to take me to X station?

1. Which of the sentences above is/are natural?
2. Is there any difference in meaning among the answers in #1?

3. Do pass (by) and get/go passed mean the train is stopping at X station? If not, should I say "stop by X station" or "stop by at X station" or "stop at X station"?
4. I wonder if it should be get/go past instead of get/go passed. Which one is correct?

Please advise. Thank you in advance.
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A. Is this train going to pass X station? correct and natural
B. Is this train going to pass by X station? correct and natural, has the same meaning as 1 but a little more formal.
C. Is this train going to get passed X station? to get past rather than passed. This is only natural if there is some reason that the train should not get past for example a blockage on the line. The trian is not intending to stop at that station.
D. Is this train going to go passed X station? to go past rather than passed, This is natural if the train is not stopping at that station,
E. Is this train going to take me to X station? correct . It would be more natural to say "Does this train stop at X station?"

To pass a station or to go past a station does not mean that the train is going to stop at the station.
AnonymousIf not, should I say "stop by X station" or "stop by at X station" or "stop at X station"?
to stop at a station - is correct.
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Thank you very much, Louise, for your detailed and clear explanations. You've covered everything I needed to know. Cheers. Emotion: smile