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    Come/go 'and' + simple form

    I know that after the verbs come and go we often use AND + simple form of the verb in the imperative sentences.I would like to know if this rule is also applied to the interrogative questions and if there are other exceptions to the rule .( as the verb 'see' which is used with the preposition to instead of and: Come to see me or Go to see the doctor).

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    Re: Come/go 'and' + simple form

    Why don't you come and see me some time?

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