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    peter123 is offline Senior Member
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    Hi there
    Any difference amongst 'arrive at', 'reach' and 'get' a place?

    For example,

    I arrived at the park at 9.00 in the morning.

    peter

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    Quote Originally Posted by peter123 View Post
    Hi there
    Any difference amongst 'arrive at', 'reach' and 'get' a place?

    For example,

    I arrived at the park at 9.00 in the morning.

    peter
    No, Peter! No difference. Only you should remember "arrive at/in, get to and reach (no preposition is followed).
    Cheers!

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