13 Dec 2019
Question about English (US)
Hello, I was taught that "arrive" cannot take the preposition "to" and "at/in" should be used instead. However, i found "How early should I arrive TO the airport prior to my flights departure?" on the official TSA website and it got me thinking if it's one of those grammar rules that you can find in books but that are often disregarded in everyday speech?
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