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    Preposition Lesson "arrive on- in- at "

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    الاستاذة أمال
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    Preposition Lesson "arrive on- in- at "

    Post by الاستاذة أمال on 2013-01-28, 04:48


    We use arrive with several different prepositions. Let’s have a look at these today.

    We use arrive in + country, city, town, village, etc (geographic location)

    The train arrived in New York City at 4:00
    I arrived in Japan in October
    Jack and I arrived in Soho at the same time.

    We use arrive at + shop, room, site, building, event, etc

    The train arrived at Grand Central Station at 4:00
    I arrived at the party a half hour late.
    Jack and I arrived at the café at the same time.

    We use also use arrive at and arrive on/in + time

    The train arrived at 4:00.
    I arrived on Monday.
    Jack and I arrived in October.

    We use also use arrive by + train, bus, car, taxi, etc…(method of transportation)

    They arrived by train.
    I arrived by taxi.
    Jack and I arrived by bus.

    We use also use arrive with + person / thing

    I arrived with Jane.
    Jack arrived with presents for everyone.





    Can you think of another preposition that works with arrive? Leave a message here and let me know.


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