✖I arrived to Rome.
✔I arrived in Rome.
✖I arrived to the office.
✔I arrived at the office.
✖I went to home
✔I went home
✖I went to abroad
✔I went abroad
▪Arrive IN cities, towns, provinces, countries… etc
▪Arrive AT small places such as buildings.
❌ Incorrect : My father was angry ~against~ me.
✔ Correct : My father was angry with me.
❌ Incorrect : He was angry ~with~/for the Weather.
✔ Correct : He was angry at the weather.
💡 Note : We become angry ‘with’ a person, but ‘at’ a thing.
Like ‘angry’, Some other adjectives also take ‘with’ and ‘at’ after them.
She was annoyed with me.
She was annoyed at the rain.
I was vexed with her.
I was vexed at her rudeness.
He was indignant with the beggar.
He was indignant at my delay.
💡 In each case, ‘with’ is followed by a person and ‘at’ is followed by a thing.
From the desk of English speakers group