A common mistake is using the preposition “to” with the verb “arrive”.
For example: I arrived TO New York. The preposition “to” can never follow the verb “arrive”, because it is a preposition of movement and the verb is not. Instead of “to”, we use “at” or “in”, but, when should we use AT and IN?
We use “at” when we get to a small and fixed area, such as an airport, station or village. Ex.: I arrived at school quite early. We use “in” with cities, countries and big areas. Ex.: I arrived in Istanbul this morning. I hope you guys you enjoy it.. please share and like 🙂