Due in?

sedo posted:

When does your plane (come - arrive - get - due ) in?

Hello, Sedo: Both "get" ("When does your plane get in?") and  "come" ("When does your plane come in?") are correct answers, the question with "get" being the more idiomatic of the two. "Arrive" doesn't work, because of "in." If you want to use arrive, then you need to delete "in" ("When does your plane arrive?"). "Due" doesn't work, because of "does." "Due" is an adjective and takes the collocation "due in." But you must change "does" to "is" ("When is your plane due in?").

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