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Reach and arrive at #1 (permalink) Wed Dec 29, 2004 19:06 pm   Reach and arrive at
 

Test No. incompl/advan-5 "Learning tips and instructions", question 1

Start reading the story from page 4 and then go on until you ......... the end of the chapter.

(a) arrive
(b) reach
(c) touch
(d) achieve

Test No. incompl/advan-5 "Learning tips and instructions", answer 1

Start reading the story from page 4 and then go on until you reach the end of the chapter.

Correct answer: (b) reach

Your answer was: incorrect
Start reading the story from page 4 and then go on until you arrive the end of the chapter.
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hi , alan why you use reach in this sentence? what is the meaning?
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Reach #2 (permalink) Wed Dec 29, 2004 19:37 pm   Reach
 

It must be reach because it means get to. Arrive needs a preposition: arrive at.
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