Arrive in, at or to?
ISE I Trinity Subject Area: Travel
A typical mistake made by students is using the preposition “to” with the verb “arrive”.
What is the difference between “arrive to” and “arrive in“?
We use “at” when we get to a small place such as a station, airport or village.
We use “in” when we get to a large place such as a country or a city.
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