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  1. #1
    Joe East Guest

    Smile 3 Doubts, Ladies and Gents!

    Hi,

    I will be so glad if you can solve below:
    1.
    * Please call us once you arrived there.
    * I will inform him once he is arrived.
    Here which form of the verb ie. arrive, should be used? past participle or past or base form?

    2. Here we go . what does it mean by using this?

    3. Ship arrived at the port at 9.00 am
    He arrived at airport at 10.00 am
    He arrived in the airport at 10.00 am

    what is the correct usage with preposition of ' at' ?

    4. Is there any difference when someone say
    '' having been defeated pomphy, Ceacer arrived in the street.

    ''Having defeated Pomphy, Caecar arrived in the street.

    5. Is there any one word to replace ' whatever come it may?

    Thanks a lot for you support and website.
    Joe

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    svartnik is offline Banned
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    Default Re: 3 Doubts, Ladies and Gents!

    * Please call us once you have arrived there.
    * I will inform him once he has is arrived.


    2. Here we go . what does it mean by using this?

    3. Ship arrived at the port at 9.00 am
    He arrived at airport at 10.00 am
    He arrived in the airport at 10.00 am

    compare:
    HE arrived at Kennedy Airport.
    HE arrived in New York.

    what is the correct usage with preposition of ' at' ?

    4. Is there any difference when someone say
    '' having been defeated by Pomphy, Ceacer arrived in the street.
    Or
    HAving defeated Pompy, ??

    ''Having defeated Pomphy, Caecar arrived in the street.

    "5. Is there any one word to replace ' whatever come it may?" -- I am not sure I get you.

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