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  1. Lenka's Avatar

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    arrive in/to

    Does verb "arrive" collocate with the preposition "to" or "in"?

    The Scots arrived in/to Scotland from Ireland.

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    Re: arrive in/to

    Quote Originally Posted by Lenka View Post
    Does verb "arrive" collocate with the preposition "to" or "in"?

    The Scots arrived in/to Scotland from Ireland.
    The Scots arrived in Scotland from Ireland . But you can say "They arrived at the airport" "They arrived at the hotel late in the evening".

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    Re: arrive in/to

    arrived in/came to

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