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Rule "Collocation: arrive at/in"

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Description: Collocation: arrive at/in
Message: The usual collocation for "\1" is "in", not "\2". Use "in" for geographical regions and "at" for a specific point. For a town, province, state, country or continent, use "in". For a restaurant, business, park or car, use "at". Did you mean \1 in or '\1 at'?
Category: Collocations (ID: COLLOCATIONS)
Incorrect sentences
that this rule can detect:
  • They will arrive at the city at 9:00 am.
    Correction suggestion: arrive in
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Version: 6.5-SNAPSHOT (2024-06-12 22:33:07 +0200)