698 – Arrive

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Prepositions can be tricky in English. I know that just as well as you do. And which preposition you choose can depend on a number of factors including the context of the conversation as well as the grammar rules. Well, today we’re going to have a look at the verb arrive and all of the different preposition combinations that exist based on these two points, grammar rules and context. As you know, context is king!
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  • The train arrived in New York City at 4:00.
  • I don’t know what time I’ll arrive at the hotel, but I’ll send you a text when I get there.
  • Once the the boss arrives with the CEO we can begin the meeting.

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