Friday, 29 May 2015

ARRIVE vs GET

DIFFERENCES BETWEEN GET AND ARRIVE + PLACE

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Both "arrive" and "get" mean the same when referring to a place: "llegar a un lugar".

"Arrive is more formal than "get" that is colloquial and more used.

The main difference is that get is followed by the name of a place.

Ex. : They should have arrived an hour ago.

They shoud have got an hour ago.

They shoud have got THERE an hour ago.

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