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  1. Newbie
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    #1

    Using going vs coming

    I used the following sentence and was corrected, which is correct?

    When I am coming home

    When I am going home

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    Re: Using going vs coming

    Quote Originally Posted by dsbaleybland View Post
    I used the following sentence and was corrected, which is correct?

    When I am coming home

    When I am going home
    Neither is a sentence. This is a sentence:

    When I am coming/going home, I often think about my day's work.

    You give your native language as English. Surely you know the difference in meaning between come and go?

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