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What is the difference between the two? Should we say: I arrived in Lisbon or I arrived at Lisbon?
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Hi, and in Canada we say Arrive TO

I arrived to Toronto yesterday.... and we can also say arrive in - in the same sentence.
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Hi,

Hmm, that's strange. I live in Canada too, and I don't hear people saying 'arrive to a place'.

It sounds very odd to me.

Clive
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Yes, you are right and also we can use 'at' before name of any contry for example i will arrive in uk at 3pm tomorrow
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AnonymousYes, you are right and also we can use 'at' before name of any contry for example i will arrive in uk at 3pm tomorrow
Did you mean to say "in" for countries?

Please pay attention to capitalization.
Hi everyone, I totally agree with Kuljc03.

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Cubanisimo
Hi Grammar Geek,

If a cargo is meant to be sent into a warehouse, would it be correct to say the cargo has arrived into the warehouse?

Thank you

Tinanam
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I'd go with "at the warehouse."
tinanam0102Hi Grammar Geek,

If a cargo is meant to be sent into a warehouse, would it be correct to say the cargo has arrived into the warehouse?

Thank you
Tinanam
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