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  1. aleaner

    GO and Come

    coul you tell me how to use 'go' and 'come'

    and the differences between 'go ' and 'come'

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    Re: GO and Come

    (1) He is going to the shop.
    (2) He is coming from the shop.

    The difference is that 'go' refers to moving away from a particular location and 'come' means moving towards a specific area. Sometimes 'come is used in way that blurs the difference between it and 'go': I will come to your house tomorrow'. This is because I'm speaking to you and seeing things from your angle, but when speaking to a third party I will say 'I will go to Lamin's house tomorrow'.


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