They know you're coming here for me.
Would it change the meaning in any way if I wrote: They know you come here for me.
Which of these two is better in your opinion: come or coming?
The context is a repeated action. It's not that she is going to come here for me, but that she does it everyday. She keeps coming here for me.
I just wondered if both would be fine without changing the meaning much.
They know you're coming here for me. (everyday)
They know you come here for me. (everyday)
So, "coming" is out of the question?
It seems to me sometimes that eg. "coming" means that something lasts for some time such as "I'm not giving you the money" or "I'm not telling you where he lives"
In my opinion, the first sentence:it's key word is "you",and the second one is "come"."coming"is just a participle.
It doesn't have to be everyday, it may be "quite often"