Where did you reach or reached?

Where did you reach or reached?

If we tell something which happened in the past, this question is correct. In case, if you ask and guide the person at present to reach your place, you need to ask, WHERE HAVE YOU REACHED.

How do you ask where are you now in different ways?

In this kind of situation, you could use these alternatives:

  • What are you up to (right now)?
  • Are you doing anything (right now)?
  • Are you busy (right now)?
  • Are you free (right now)?
  • Do you have any spare time (right now)?
  • Do you happen to have any spare time (right now)?

Has reached or reached?

Present perfect. I, have reached. you, have reached. he/she/it, has reached.

Where to use arrive and reach?

Reach: to arrive at a place, especially after spending a long time or a lot of effort travelling. Arrive: to reach a place, especially at the end of a journey.

Did you reach or have you reached?

Both are correct. Have you reached – Present perfect tense – positive interrogative sentence. Did you reach – Simple Past tense – Positive interrogative sentence.

Where have you reached is correct sentence?

Both of the sentences are correct. Have you reached the target for today? or Have you reached today’s target? All that has been done is the word today was used as an adjective modifying target instead the noun it is in the prepositional phrase.

Where is it at grammatically correct?

Yes, your statement was perfectly grammatical. Your customer is correct that you don’t have to say ‘at’: “where it is” is every bit as acceptable as—and in some circumstances more acceptable than—“where it’s at”, but “where it’s at” is not ungrammatical as such.

What can I use instead of where are you from?

If you really want to know “where I am from,” why don’t you try asking these more specific questions instead:

  • Where were you born.
  • Where did you grow up.
  • What culture do you identify with.
  • What is your nationality.

    Is had reached correct?

    It is in the past perfect but could equally well be in the past tense: reached. By the time makes the sequence of the events clear and thus there is no grammatical reason for the past perfect. The original sentence is correct, though. Both tenses are right.

    Is reached out correct?

    The only stipulation is that the subject of “reach out” is the one who initiates the relationship. If you ask someone for help, then it is correct to say that you reached out for help from them; but if they offered help without you asking, then they reached out to help you.

    What difference between arrived and reached?

    “Arrive” means to come at a destination without any difficulties, tribulations or trials…. e.g I arrived my office at time… “Reach” means to come at a destination by facing difficulties, tribulations or trials …. e.g The tyre of my car got punctured, but I reached my office….

    What is difference between Reach and get?

    As verbs the difference between get and reach is that get is to obtain; to acquire while reach is to extend; to stretch; to thrust out; to put forth, as a limb, a member, something held, or the like.

    Did you get home safe or safely?

    Did you make it home safely is correct. Safely is an adverb and you’re describing ‘make it home,’ which is an action. Safe is an adjective which would describe a noun.

    How far have you reached meaning?

    Here you could cross check by Paraphrasing (Changing the set of words, without changing it’s meaning) the above statement & ask, “So! how far have you reached?” MEANING: How much of the task have you completed?) REASON: To ensure, the person is completing the task within the Stipulated time.

    Where have you reached so far meaning?

    SITUATION: A person is currently travelling & you are aware off the entire route including the origin & destination point. So you could make a phone call to the person & ask, “Where have you reached so far?” MEANING: How how of the journey is complete, in terms of the distance covered.

    Is look it proper English?

    If you say it quickly, the “a” in “at” sounds like the “i” in “it.” This is also the likely source for the slang word “looky,” as in “Looky here.” Of course, pointing at something and saying, “Look it!” is grammatically wrong.

    What can I say instead of but?

    synonyms for but

    • although.
    • however.
    • nevertheless.
    • on the other hand.
    • still.
    • though.
    • yet.

      Had been reached meaning?

      “Had been reached” seems to stand for Past Perfect; yet since, to my taste, implies an ongoing process and hence seems to call for Present Perfect Continuous (as in “The reactor has been in operation since 2005” or “I’ve been trying to understand English grammar since God knows when”).

      Where you have reached meaning?

      “I have reached” means the reaching action is completed, just a few seconds or moments, before the time of speaking. E.g. I have reached the station just now.

      Where are you grammatically correct?

      “Where are you at?” is slang, at least in America, whereas “Where are you?” is the proper way to ask where one is. “Where are you at?” is incorrect, ending a sentence with a preposition is a most grievous sin!

      What is the meaning of reached home?

      “To reach home” meaning to arrive at one’s destination (in this case, home) seems to be perfectly understandable.

      How do you respond to reached safely?

      Here are a few alternatives to ‘I’m glad you arrived safely’ … “Glad you made it safe and sound.” “Good to see you got here unscathed.” “I see you arrived all in one piece.”

      What to say when someone reached home?

      Is where are we at proper English?

      Is where’re correct?

      That is correct, “where’re” is not proper English. You must always write out the words “where are” separately.

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