For example which one is more correct?
Which version is the proper, textbook style Japanese? Which one is the more common, everyday Japanese?
Please explain why! Thanks !
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Based on the following article cited in this chiebukuro answer.
The following sentences are more natural with を.
The following sentences are more natural with から.
The difference is:
In line with this difference, 車から降りる is used when you mean just getting off a car as a physical object where as 車を降りる is more natural when getting off the car as a transportation, after arriving the destination ('completing the purpose of using a car').
Because the word 'car' is often meant as a transportation, to some extent 車を降りる is more common although 車から降りる is perfectly correct.