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    Really?

    I just read this sentence , I think it is wrong....
    My parents and I arrived in the US at age of three and my parents knew that we needed to ...
    Well ,so according this sentence everybody was three years old,the parents and also the son...am I right?.And this is impossible,isn't it'..also at is better than in, in this case....I think.....so the correct sentence should say something like this:
    When my parents and I arrived at the US I was three ....
    Could anyone help here ,please?thanks...


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    Re: Really?

    I would say: "My parents and I arrived in (not "at") the US when I was three, and they knew that we needed to ..."

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