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Rule "'arrive' + proper noun ('arrive in' + proper noun)"

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Description: 'arrive' + proper noun ('arrive in' + proper noun)
Message: Consider inserting a preposition after 'arrive'.
Category: Grammar (ID: GRAMMAR)
Incorrect sentences
that this rule can detect:
  • When you arrive Monday can you let me know how long it will take you to have that sort working.
    Correction suggestion: arrive on
Correct sentences
for comparison:
  • However, she said that if food items arrive we'll deliver them to NAM or TEAM.
  • There's no competitor and before copycats arrive we would have strongly imposed ourselves as The Leader and the Reference, increasing chances that customers remain faithful to us.
  • A presentation of 45 minutes would be optimal, assuming you may arrive We shall get the projector for you.
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