Translation:At what time does the train arrive?
Why isn't it correct to say "At what time does the train come?" In English I would use "come" in this context just as often as "arrive."
I don't even use "arrive" - I would always say "come" in this context. I'll report it :)
It's the separable verb "aankomen" here, which means "to arrive."
That doesn't mean that "is coming" is not equivalent to "is arriving" in English, it is.
I wasn't aware of "separable verbs." Thank you for the explanation.
For a practical example on separable compound verbs, check out this page.
Thank you for the link, Sebastian. It's very helpful!
Been a year, still not accepted. Reported it. It's the same sentence in English. I'd even say 'come' is used more than 'arrive' in some places.
"What time does the train come" is identical in context and meaning to the supposedly correct answer. Come, Arrive. Same thing.
What time is the train coming, isnalso correct.