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    Question arrive with smth.

    Hello everyone.

    Please help me with a phrase:

    to arrive with smth.

    I have arrived with a morning flight.

    Can we use it that way? Is sounds natural, still I havent found any examples on the web.

    Thank you.

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    Re: arrive with smth.

    arrive on a morning flight.

    not a teacher

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    #3

    Re: arrive with smth.

    Welcome to the forum, Just_Arwen.

    'I arrived on a morning flight' is more natural.

    It's certainly possible to collocate 'arrive' and 'with'. Click here to read examples.

    Please take the trouble to write 'something' in full in future posts.

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