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    Come into Europe

    Hello, is everything okay with the following sentence? "It's nice to hear that this guy will never be allowed to come into Europe"

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    Re: Come into Europe

    I'd use "enter," not "come into."

    "Come to" would be better, if you don't want to use "enter."

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    Re: Come into Europe

    Or just "... will never be allowed into Europe."
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: Come into Europe


    ***NOT A TEACHER***

    Or "... will never be allowed to set foot in Europe.
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