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Thread: Come in, Go in


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    Come in, Go in

    Hi!
    Another teacher and I have recently discussing two topics on which we disagree. I'd like you to express your opinions about them in order to clarify our conflict.

    COME IN
    GO IN
    What is the exact difference?
    When do you say one or the other?


    OTHER
    Can it be used in singular without an or the in front of it?
    If so, please give an example.
    :wink:


    Thank you all!
    :D

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    COME IN
    GO IN

    It depends on which side of the door you are on. If you are inside, use 'come' and 'go' for when you are outside the place.

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    #3
    Some other person did it.

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