Q: parking garage とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It is a structure where you park your car.

It can be a separate building that has many levels of for parking cars. These buildings are commonly located at airports or in business areas.

Many apartment buildings and shopping centers have parking garages located below the buildings.
Q: corporate parking deck とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Parking deck that is exclusive, you must belong to the company or group
Q: Unfortunately, as I was parking the car, I hit the car behind me. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: they backed up into another car
Q: Hey - Saw the parking police roll up about to give your car a ticket. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It says "drove off", not "prove off"

"Saw the parking police roll up about to give your car a ticket." = I saw the parking police stop next to your car. They were about to give you a ticket.

"If you are reading this, pass on the karma." = If you are reading this, you must be the owner of this car. I did you a favor (so you have good karma). You should now do a favor for someone else (pass on the good karma to other people).

"She" means the policewoman who was about to give the ticket, apparently.

"These aren't the droids you're looking for" is just a funny allusion to Star Wars. When Luke and Obi-Wan Kenobi are stopped by Imperial storm troopers, he mind controls them and makes them go away, saying that particular phrase. So this is like mind-controlling the police to walk away.
Q: ​​The parking lot wasn't full. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: The parking lot still has some space you can park in.

When you say "the parking lot is full" it really means "the parking lot is full of parked cars. you can't park anymore."


Q: parking を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: “Park the car in the parking lot please.”
“I’m not very good at parted parking.”
“Parking is a basic skill needed for drivers.”
“My Grandparents have a camera on the back of their car to help their parking be straighter.”
“This parking spot is for handicap and pregnant women only.”
Q: parking lot を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: we stopped in the parking lot
Q: parking lot を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: There were no spaces available at the parking lot.


Q: parking ticket と parking card はどう違いますか?
A: Parking ticket is a fine you have to pay if you illegaly park(police gives you a ticket)
Parking card(or parking pass) is a card that lets you park in a specific place
Q: The parking is ON THE CORNER と The parking is AT THE CORNER はどう違いますか?
A: Usually, we'd say it's AT the corner of two streets. "It's at the corner of Highland and Montgomery."

For "on the corner" you might have already mentioned where the parking is, and therefore have a rough idea of which corner it's on.
"OK, I'm on School street. Where's the parking lot?"
"It's ON the corner near the big grey building."
Q: parking space と parking garage と subway stop と subway station はどう違いますか?
A: Parking space - a parking space is more exposed to rain and snow, so it can damage the car a bit because of the weathering, but its still commonly used to go to the grocery store
"Oh, I just parked in the parking lot thats just outside."

Parking garage - a parking garage is more protected, no rain can go on your car or snow unless it goes inbetween the spaces of parking.
"I don't want my car to get rain or snow on it so I parked it in the nearby parking garage."

Subway station and Subway stop - they are super similar, but a subway station is more protected and built
underground just like a subway stop. I actually do not know the difference, sorry ^^;;
"I used the subway station in Japan to get to Akihabara from Saitama."

hope this helped! 미안해..(if it didnt help)
Q: parking lot と parking area はどう違いますか?
A: This is kind of hard to explain because they are often used interchangeably.

Parking lot is more structured. Like a parking garage or an area designated for parking.

Parking area is a bit more vague. It can be structured or not so much. Like street parking can also be part of a parking area.

So parking area can be used more broadly than parking lot.

I hope that helps.
Q: parking lot と parking spot はどう違いますか?
A: In American English generally parking lot refers to the area in which many cars can park, but the actual space for the car itself is the parking spot.

So, for example, I learned to drive in a parking lot but there's no way I could do that in a parking spot.


Q: そのラーメン屋の駐車場は店から離れている

The parking lot is far side from the ramen shop. は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: The parking lot for that ramen shop is away from the shop itself.
Q: 当時、ラーメン屋の駐車場は満杯だった

The parking lot of ramen shop was full then. は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: The parking lot of the ramen shop was full at that time.
At that time the ramen shop parking lot was full.
Q: here is parking lot . what do you call this machine and bar ? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: The machine is a "ticket machine", and the arm is a "boom gate" (or just a "gate").

Tolls are the price you pay to enter a paid roadway.
Q: When parking is full, and I found someone standing by the car. Can I ask "Are you leaving?" or "Are you out?" は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: "are you leaving?" ですね。
"Are you out" は駐車場で使えません、ね。

"I am out" = 家・会社・などにいない。出かけ中。
Q: (While looking for a parking space) こんな遠くしか空いてない? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Are the only free spaces this far away?


Q: The parking fee is free the first hour then 100 yen for each hour after. この表現は自然ですか?
A: The parking fee is free the first hour then 100 yen for each hour after.
Q: We stopped at a temporary parking lot and waited for a bus, but already a queue was made.
(臨時の駐車場に停めバスを待ちましたが、すでに列ができていました。 この表現は自然ですか?
A: There was already a line formed when we stopped at a temporary parking lot and waited for a bus.

You can say queue, but it's more of a British term.
Q: which one is better?

parking tickets
parking passes
A: The police give out parking tickets when you park somewhere you're not allowed to. You have to pay the ticket, like if you get a speeding ticket for driving faster than the speed limit.
Q: In the parking, please refrain from using a smartphone while walking. この表現は自然ですか?
A: It sounds good, just specify that it's a parking lot not just parking. Otherwise, it could be confusing.
Q: Permit parking ってどんな意味ですか?
A: Some places require a permit or license for you to legally park there. This permit is usually in the form of sticker you place in your window. Without the permit you may get a ticket and possibly have your car towed. There are a few different situations.
1. In neighborhoods where there isn't much parking available, permits are issued only to the people who live there. The permit may be free with proof that you live in the area or you may have to pay a small processing fee.
2. Certain streets near a government building may have a few spots on the street reserved for government officials.
3. Some parking lots have certain parking spots close to the office building reserved for key employees. This is especially true of medical buildings reserving spots for doctors.
4. Some parking lots may sell permits to people for certain close-up spaces as way of generating more revenue.

Anyway, if the sign says Parking by Permit Only, don't park there unless you have appropriate permit displayed in your window.