verb is a kind of word (part of speech) that tells about an action or a state. The verb 'arrived' describes a past tense action of reaching a certain place or time.
'arrived' typically follows a subject, such as 'She' or 'I,' in order to form a complete sentence. For example, 'He arrived late.'
- She arrived home late.
- The train has arrived at the station.
- They arrived at dawn.
It is important to note that 'arrive' is always an intransitive verb, which means that it does not take a direct object. For example, you would say 'She arrived late' rather than 'She arrived the train late.'