If it is the same as "get to", do you think when I say "I got to Canada" it definitely means that I'm not in Canada yet? Am I still outside Canada? Well, I don't think so.Originally Posted by Casiopea
As I said, I think it depends on how you see the point of arrival.
Originally Posted by Casiopea
Don't worry. The hoaxster has nothing to with my students--it just caught my attention when I was reading an article on the internet. Leaving the hoaxster problem aside for the moment, now I'm curious about the definition of "reach" itself, because not only my students but also I use "reach" quite often.
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