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    idiotmike is offline Member
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    Default come in/coming in

    Dear all,

    Please correct my grammar.

    We have a new person coming in today or

    we have a new person come in today

    which sentence is correct?

    thank you

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    kfredson is offline Senior Member
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    Default Re: come in/coming in

    Quote Originally Posted by idiotmike View Post
    Dear all,

    Please correct my grammar.

    We have a new person coming in today or

    we have a new person come in today

    which sentence is correct?

    thank you
    The first sentence is correct.

    The second sentence is not correct. You can correct it by adding "who will":
    "We have a new person who will come in today."

    I prefer the first sentence, though.

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