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    Cool comes and eats

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    Is this sentence correct?:

    -He usually comes and has lunch with me every Tuesday.

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    Re: comes and eats

    Sure.

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    Re: comes and eats

    Quote Originally Posted by Will17 View Post
    Hello!

    Is this sentence correct?:

    -He usually comes and has lunch with me every Tuesday.

    Thank you
    W
    Whyever should you think not? You can string verbs together with 'and', and they must all agree with the subject. This would change if you used 'to' in place of 'and':

    'He comes and eats' means almost the same as 'He comes to eat', but in the first case, the eating is bound to happen every time he comes; the second could be followed by something like '...but if there's no food, he goes away hungry'.

    b

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