Saturday, 18 January 2014

Which variant is correct?

'To arrive in London' or 'to arrive at London'?
'To pay somebody' or 'to pay to somebody'?
'To go by train' or 'to go on a train'?
'To influence somebody' or 'to influence on somebody'?
(See the answers below.)

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ANSWERS to the questions above: to arrive in London, to pay somebody, to go by train and to go on a train (both are correct), to influence somebody. (The explanations and examples for these words are in the app.)

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