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I've always thought that AT was a preposition used with static verbs, I mean, the main idea it conveys is NOT movement, for example: I' ll meet you at the train station indicates a POINT ,doesn't it?
But yesterday I heard I arrived at the station at six... Shouldn't it be TO the station???
What is the difference between using TO or AT in this case?
We "travel to" and "arrive at" a destination.
Thank you to both of you....though I think I need more practice...I would have never used AT in such case, what means that I cannot think as a native speaker....