Student or Learner
I found this on the internet:
We can meet you when you arrive at the airport, and take you back when you leave.
Do you agree on the structue? It's from the internet page of a language school in England.
Thanks a lot.
It's fine. What did you think it should say?
I thought that the time should be at the beginning or the end (even of a half-sentence?). It just doesn't sound good for me.
We can meet you at the airport when you arrive, and take you back when you leave.
When you arrive we can meet you at the airport, and take you back when you leave.
I would have expected it that way.
We can meet you at the airport when you arrive. Subject, aux. verb, verb, ind. object, direct object, time?
I will tell you the story tomorrow. Subject, verb, indirect object, direct object, time. ---> out of a grammar book.
Both are OK- same place and same time.