√ A. Go/come/travel (etc.) to
√ B. Been to
√ C. Get and arrive
√ D. Home
√ E. into
√ Get off/on a plain/a bus
Go/come/travel (etc.) to
A. We say go/come/travel (etc.) to a place or event. For example:
go to America, go to bed, take (somebody) to hospital, return to Italy, go to the bank, come to my house, drive to the airport, go to a concert, be sent to prison
— When are your friends returning to Italy? (not 'returning in Italy')
— After the accident three people were taken to hospital.
In the same way we say: on my way to./a journey to./a trip to. welcome to. etc.:
— Welcome to our country! (not 'welcome in')
Compare to (for movement) and in/at (for position):
— They are going to France. but They live in France.
— Can you come to the party? but I'll see you at the party.
B. Been to
We usually say 'I've been to a place':
— I've been to Italy four times but I've never been to Rome.
— Ann has never been to a football match in her life.
— Jack has got some money. He has just been to the bank.
C. Get and arrive
We say 'get to a place':
— What time did they get to London/get to work/get to the party?
But we say 'arrive in ...' or 'arrive at ...' (not 'arrive to').
We say 'arrive in a country or town/city':
— When did they arrive in Britain/arrive in London?
For other places (buildings etc.) or events, we say 'arrive at':
— What time did they arrive at the hotel/arrive at the party/arrive at work?
We do not say 'to home'. We say go home/come home/get home/arrive home/on the way home etc. (no preposition):
— I'm tired. Let's go home. (not 'go to home')
— I met Caroline on my way home.
But we say 'be at home', 'stay at home', 'do something at home'
'Go into ...', 'get into...' etc. = 'enter' (a room/a building/a car etc.):
— She got into the car and drove away.
— A bird flew into the kitchen through the window.
We sometimes use in (instead of into):
— Don't wait outside. Come in the house. (or Come into the house.)
Note that we say 'enter a building/enter a room' etc. (not 'enter into')
Into антоним out of:
— Mr Foggy and Mrs Foggy got out of the taxicab and went into a mall.
Get off/on a plain/a bus
Обычно говорят 'get off/on a plane/a train/a bus/':
—Mr Foggi and Mrs Foggy got on the plain and nobody met them again.