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    joham is offline Key Member
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    Default arrive at a farm=arrive on a farm?

    Do both the sentences below mean the same thing?

    1. He arrived on the farm at noon.
    2. He arrived at the farm at noon.

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    Anglika is offline No Longer With Us
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    Default Re: arrive at a farm=arrive on a farm?

    Pretty much, with the subtle difference that arriving at the farm, he may only be at its gate, while arriving on the farm means he has come through the gate and is on its land.

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    Default Re: arrive at a farm=arrive on a farm?

    Quote Originally Posted by joham View Post
    Do both the sentences below mean the same thing?

    1. He arrived on the farm at noon.
    2. He arrived at the farm at noon.
    The result is the same.

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