Prepositions | Arrive in | Arrive at | Arrive on | English Grammar Lesson

Prepositions | Arrive in | Arrive at | Arrive on | English Grammar Lesson


hello and welcome everyone
in this lesson we will discuss when to use arrive in arrive at and arrive on
so let’s begin when we talk about places we use arrive in for towns cities and countries
he arrived in London London is a city so we used arrived in my father arrived in France
yesterday France is a country so we used arrive in we use arrive at when we talk about places
like buildings and parts of buildings
like stations airports let’s take examples I arrived at the station just before the
train left so the station here is a building so I used arrive at We arrived at the museum but found it was closed all day. so the museum is a building so I used arrived at when we talk about time we use arrived in when we refer to a month, year or season
examples my friends arrived in June June is a month the first immigrants arrived in 1947 1947 is a year the first migrating birds arrive in early spring spring is a season so we used arrive in we use arrive on when we’re talking about time when we
refer to a day my parents arrived on Monday Monday is a day so I used arrive on my friend arrives on Friday friday is a day so I use arrive on be careful we use arrive without a preposition in the following cases : I say I arrived home at seven o’clock I don’t say arrive at home arrive tomorrow or arrive yesterday I arrived yesterday
arrive early or arrive late
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4 Comments

  • ali alali

    February 19, 2014

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  • Waleed waleed

    March 14, 2018

    Thank you very much it was very useful.

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  • yeezy breezy

    June 12, 2018

    thank glod bless you broo

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  • Vikasraj Kumar

    September 30, 2018

    Very useful knowledge, Respected Sir. I am from India. Sir, I have a confusion in the first sentence. I think the correct sentence is: I had arrived at the station just before the train left.
    Please clear my doubt, Sir.

    Reply

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