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  1. B45
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    I flew from LA to Chicago to NY! I had to pick up grandma in/from Chicago, so that's

    I flew from LA to Chicago to NY! I had to pick up grandma in/from Chicago, so that's why I had the stopover in Chicago.

    Are both okay? What would a native say?

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    Re: I flew from LA to Chicago to NY! I had to pick up grandma in/from Chicago, so th

    I would use "in".

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    Re: I flew from LA to Chicago to NY! I had to pick up grandma in/from Chicago, so th

    Why 'in" instead of 'from'?

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    Re: I flew from LA to Chicago to NY! I had to pick up grandma in/from Chicago, so th

    Because you were "in" Chicago to pick her up.

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