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'When you have arrived at...' vs 'When you arrive at...'



 
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'When you have arrived at...' vs 'When you arrive at...' #1 (permalink) Tue Jan 15, 2008 11:37 am   'When you have arrived at...' vs 'When you arrive at...'
 

English Error, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #6 "Stop making plans", question 9

When you are arriving at the station, give me a ring and then I'll come and fetch you in my car.

(a) you are arriving
(b) give me a ring
(c) I'll come

English Error, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #6 "Stop making plans", answer 9

When you arrive at the station, give me a ring and then I'll come and fetch you in my car.

Correct entry: you arrive
The error was: (a) you are arriving

Your answer was: ?
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Couldn't it be here: "When you have arrived at..."?

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'When you have arrived at...' vs 'When you arrive at...' #2 (permalink) Wed Jan 16, 2008 14:09 pm   'When you have arrived at...' vs 'When you arrive at...'
 

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