How do you say get back home safely?

We do say I am safely back to mean I have safely returned, and I am safely back home is entirely normal. You might also say, in BE, I got back home safely, or I have got back home safely.

How do you say get back home safely?

We do say I am safely back to mean I have safely returned, and I am safely back home is entirely normal. You might also say, in BE, I got back home safely, or I have got back home safely.

Is it come home safe or safely?

“Get home safely” would be telling someone to get home in a safe manner, while “get home safe” would be telling them to arrive home in a state of safety.

Is it arrived safe or safely?

Most students learn that “safely” is an adverb and “safe” is an adjective. Safe as an adjective: This is a safe car.

What does safely home mean?

1 affording security or protection from harm.

Did you arrive safely meaning?

It means ”Did you have arrived alive and safe”.

How do you ask someone if they reached your house?

“Are you home yet?” is used to ask if someone has arrived at home. Some examples from the web: Jan 2, 2008 To me, it’s either “Are you home yet?” or “Did you make it home safely?” It seems odd to combine “safely” and “yet”.

How do you say reached safely?

The verb “reached” requires an object, usually a noun. So “reached safety” is correct. “safe” is an adjective, “safely” is an adverb. So, “We reached a safe destination” is OK and “We reached the destination safely” is also correct.

Is safe home a saying?

Meaning: Goodbye. The latter literally means “Safe home.”

How do you ask someone if she arrives safely?

You can even just say “He arrived safe.” “Safe” is an adjective describing his condition when he arrived. He could also have arrived exhausted, dirty or excited. (Another example: “The package was delivered unbroken/mangled/wet.” The adjectives describe the condition of the package when it was delivered.)

Have you reached or are you reached?

“Have you reached home.” is correct. Have you reached home correct. are you reached is wrong sentence because we use “are” in present continues tense the question was about present perfect.

Have you reached safely or not?

“Reached” is a verb. Verbs are modified by adverbs, not adjectives. “Safely” is the adverb form, whereas “safe” is an adjective (in this context).

Why do we say safe as houses?

It is commonly accepted that the Victorian expression ‘as safe as houses’ means ‘secure; with no risk of failure’. It shares that meaning with ‘as safe as the Bank of England’ – the origin of this latter phrase slightly pre-dating the ‘houses’ version, being known in print from at least 1818.

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