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    Default any difference?

    Dear Teachers

    Is there a little difference between (1) and (2)?

    A: I'm going to watch the movie.
    B: (1);I'm going with you (2);I'm coming with you

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    Default Re: any difference?

    Not really- they both describe the same action.

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